Christmas Lights in Cumming GA

Every year the Ashebrooke Community in Cumming, Georgia lights up their homes to bring joy to the area and raise funds for a local cause.

2018 Night of Lights was on
December 16th

If you visit during the rest of December, please be mindful of residents getting to their homes – put on your flashers and visit after 7pm.
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JOY, LIGHTS, & A GIFT

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The Ashebrooke community nominates an individual(s) within the community who could use a little extra holiday magic due to trying circumstances. We’ve been known to select organizations as recipients as well.

Our goal is to help those in need within the local community.

For 2018, the Ashebrooke Night of Lights event is raising money for
Family Promise of Forsyth.

Family Promise is a local organization whose mission is to empower and assist families who are experiencing homelessness and gain sustainable independence. Please make a donation on their website, fpforsyth.org

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We raise funds two different ways:

(1) Residents make direct donations.

(2) Donations from you! Head to Family Promise of Forsyth to make a donation today!

2017 Nights of Lights

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VISIT

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In December our homes are lit to showcase the joy and wonder of the season.

On 1 BIG night – December 16, 2018 – the spirit of the season bursts throughout the neighborhood as our entire Ashebrooke community creates a spectacle. In prior years we’ve been known to see Santa, falling snow, hot cocoa, cider, reindeer, bag pipers, our famous live nativity scene populated by Ashebrooke kids and so, so much more.

It truly is a can’t miss event.

Check out our map filled with neighborhood attractions!

Use the interactive map below to navigate through December 16th’s Night of Lights. Turn layers of the map on and off by clicking on the door symbol (upper left corner) to learn where to find treats, drinks, and lots of lights.

Address

Ashebrooke Subdivision
Cumming, GA 30040

Nearest major intersection:
Kelly Mill Road & Bethleview

Come visit on Sunday,
December 16, 2018

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HISTORY

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Prior recipients who have benefitted from the Night of Lights include:

2006
2006
A child resident of Ashebrooke had a rare childhood eye cancer and our community drew together to raise funds for her out-of-state care and expenses. The child still lives in the neighborhood and recently celebrated their 14th birthday!
2007
2007
Funds raised went to the West Forsyth High School Arts Department for band equipment.
2008
2008
Funds went to assist a young child of Ashebrooke who underwent a kidney transplant along with Soliris (Eculizimab) therapy. The child still lives in the neighborhood and is doing amazingly well.
2009
2009
Donations were sent to the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
2010
2010
We honored Forsyth county firefighter Mark Aycock and Sheriff Deputy Norman Woodward through donations to Humble Heroes.
2011
2011
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Forsyth Ambulance Fund to raise money for a dedicated transport ambulance at the CHOA Forsyth location in The Collections.
2012
2012
Funds went to assist a child of Ashebrooke who had Neuroblastoma Cancer. The child is now cancer free.
2013
2013
Donations went to a child of the community with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome. Now almost 5 years old, the child just went through what is hoped to be his last surgery in early 2016.
2014
2014
CASA of Forsyth County. CASA provides advocacy to court- involved children who have suffered abuse/neglect.
2015
2015
CASA of Forsyth County. CASA volunteers fight for each child’s right to be safe, to be treated with dignity and respect and to grow in the secure embrace of a permanent family.
2016
2016
Funds benefited 2 Ashebrooke residents: a child with Transverse Myelitis who has made awesome progress in 2017 and a woman diagnosed with Stage 4 Colon Cancer.
2017
2017
Funds raised went to help a Ashebrooke resident diagnosed in 2016 with Diffused Large B Cell Lymphoma who recently went through a Autologous Stem Cell Transplant.

Fun Facts

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Who creates the light displays in Ashebrooke?

We’re all homeowners who have a passion and desire to bring joy, community spirit, lots of lights, and give a little extra to the electric company every year. 😉

Are you professionals?

Don’t let the bucket lifts and giant ladders fool you, our display aren’t professional but we really try our best to wow you so we hope you enjoy.

Is there a "light show"?

Contrary to what you may read online, there is no “light show” – just 300+ homes lit up to varying degrees for the holiday season. However, yes there are a few homes with music to accompany their lights.

Who helps with the Night of Lights?

Residents, local businesses like A1 Heritage Landscape Supply, Southern Way Insurance Agency, and since the event has grown so popular in recent years, the Forsyth County Police Department generously donates their time to provide traffic assistance.

How many homes within Ashebrooke typically participate?

Out of the 310+ properties in Ashebrooke, generally 90% participate.

How many times has the Night of Lights event happened?

The Annual Night of Lights has happened 12 times starting in 2006 – the light displays and attendance grows every year. 

How long does it take to drive the neighborhood?

On week nights in December it can take 30 minutes to an hour. 

On weekends between 45 minutes to an hour and a half. 

How do Ashebrooke residents get in and out of their houses with all that traffic?

Please know that as residents, we try and be patient with the giant line of cars throughout our streets in December. It is stressful time, so forgive us if we grow anxious to get in and out of our homes.

Help us out by putting on your flashers if viewing lights so we might move around your vehicle if on-coming traffic is clear. Thank you and enjoy the lights!

*The website Ashebrooke Night of Lights is not an expert on traffic laws and is therefore not liable for any incidents – please drive with caution and obey the laws of the road. 

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ADDRESS

ADDRESS

Enter @ 3905 Northridge Drive, Cumming, GA 30040
OR
5010 Luke Drive, Cumming, GA 30040

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This site is in no way responsible or liable for the event or any incident that occurs at the event or in the Ashebrooke subdivision in Cumming, GA. This site is owned and run by a homeowner in Ashebrooke who loves Christmas, loves lights, and especially loves the spirit of giving. This site is NOT run by the Ashebrooke HOA or its affiliated representatives as the Ashebrooke Night of Lights is a community effort, not a Ashebrooke HOA effort. If you have questions, comments, or recommendation – please complete the contact us form. Merry Christmas!