Update: Due to weather forecasters calling for inclement weather, the event was postponed to Dec. 7.
There are more than 25,000 Christmas lights and roughly 600 figurines on the front lawn of an East Northport home, all in the spirit of charity.
James Tomeo, a board trustee for Elwood school district, has decked out his Mansfield Lane South residence — and dubbed it the East Northport Christmas House — to host his 4th annual Oh What Fun It Is fundraiser for Cohen Children’s Medical Center.
Tomeo invites the community Dec. 1, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. to join him for a holiday celebration. He said Santa, Mrs. Claus and Rudolph will visit and take photos with children in his temporary workshop. Letters to Santa with a pre-addressed envelope will be sent to the North Pole.
There will be a raffle featuring baskets and gift certificates in Tomeo’s driveway, including a day in the life of various local politicians, with hot cocoa and food donated by local businesses.
Those attending are asked to make a goodwill donation, as all proceeds will be given to the children’s hospital.