Just about a week left to check out the “Dulak Festival of Lights” in the Town of Erin. For the last 18 years Danny and Wendy Dulak have decorated their house for Christmas with over 150,000 bulbs raising money to benefit the American Cancer Society via the Hartford/Slinger Relay for Life.
The display, which lines 2481 Hall Road in the Town of Erin, “dances” to the music and skits broadcast on the low-power radio station 91.5FM. Thousands of families have driven past and the Dulak’s and their three children have raised over $105,000 to for the Hartford/Slinger Relay for Life.
The Dulak Festival of Lights display is nightly until January 3. Operating hours are Sunday – Thursday from 4 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Hours are extended on Christmas and New Year’s Eve. A secure donation box is available at the end of the Dulak driveway.
The Festival of Lights features a 65-foot Christmas tree, a 20-foot NOEL, a Christmas carousel, flying reindeer and candy canes lining the street.
This year’s display has been further enhanced with a life-size nativity scene as well as two new musical numbers performed by the Dulak’s and their children.
Danny Dulak, a colon and bile duct cancer survivor, looks forward to raising money for ACS each year and bringing the joy of the holidays to families all over Southeastern Wisconsin.
Danny Dulak and Gage.