Candy Cane Lane

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    Milwaukee Neighborhood Lights up the Holiday Season

    Nearly everyone who lives in the Milwaukee area has heard of Candy Cane Lane, an area of several city blocks just north of Oklahoma Avenue in West Allis where residents bring the tradition of stringing Christmas lights to a whole new level. More than 300 homes participate in event, and Santa even makes an appearance on Candy Cane Lane on most nights.

    Visitors can drive or stroll through the neighborhood from 6-9 p.m. weekdays and from 5-10 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. There is no charge to visit Candy Cane Lane, but those that wish to can give neighbors a donation that will benefit the MACC Fund.

    Candy Cane Lane is bound by Oklahoma Avenue on the south, Montana Avenue to the north, and 96th and 92nd Streets to the west and east, respectively. Map it!

    Visitors are greeted by a sign welcoming them to Candy Cane Lane.

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    Visitors to Candy Cane Lane are encouraged to give donations to The MACC Fund.