2008-11-27 / Top Stories

It's Begining To Look (And Feel) A Lot Like...

Clockwise from top left:Holiday house host Frank Seddio carries part of a just-unpacked display piece; two workers carefully place wooden soldier in his traditional spot; volunteers tote another decoration; Seddio supervises young volunteers on where to set up one of the many display pieces, and house lights are put in place on exterior of the house.                            Photos by Theodore SimpsonClockwise from top left:Holiday house host Frank Seddio carries part of a just-unpacked display piece; two workers carefully place wooden soldier in his traditional spot; volunteers tote another decoration; Seddio supervises young volunteers on where to set up one of the many display pieces, and house lights are put in place on exterior of the house. Photos by Theodore Simpson Fughedaboud holiday sales in all the stores; fughedaboud radio stations playing popular Christmas songs and television shows with holiday and seasonal themes.

You really know Christmas is only a few weeks away in Canarsie when you see busy workers setting up decorations for the annual holiday lighting display, hosted by local native Frank Seddio for 21 of the last 45 years, at his large house on the southeast corner of Flatlands Avenue and East 93rd Street.

Work got started a few weeks ago, but was decidedly more hectic this past weekend in preparation for the official unveiling ceremony at 5 p.m. on Sunday, December 7. By Neil S. Friedman


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