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PD Shimmers 2015

A Twin Cities Best

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Shining One Light for Each of the 58,000 Americans Diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2015


Plymouth Display
58,000 Lights
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Click for map and street address
Shorewood Display
5,000 Lights
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Click for map and street address

Lights are now off. Thanks for a great season!

See you in 2016!

Shimmer Highlights

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Thank You Struthers Parkinson’s Center Staff! They braved the coldest night of the season to help manage what was the busiest night of the season.
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Introducing “The Shimmer Brigade”

This group of Parkinson’s patients “shake off” their symptoms to help assemble the display on a bright October Saturday.
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Thank You Shimmer Brigade.The show looks amazing!

PD Shimmers- A light display for the Parkinson’s Community.

Christmas Lights Tour Bus for Parkinson’s

If you attended this year’s light tour, please take a moment to complete a survey snow can improve the tour!


Thank You Mayor Kelli for another great startup!
Click here to see the news story coverage of Mayor’s Night.


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Heavy snow did not deter the neighbors of Kingsview Heights Subdivision from greeting Mayor Slavic as she prepares to kick start season VI.

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You will BE AMAZED!

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Mike Justak Foundation for Parkinson's Disease

PD Shimmers is more than "just" a light show. It is 58,000 lights that shimmer their message of inspiration, optimism and hope for the 1.25 million Americans and in particular the 25,000 Minnesotans that suffer with Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's is a movement disorder commonly characterized by uncontrollable shaking or tremor. The disease is progressive and has no cure.

Platinum Sponsor

4 Year Sponsor
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Platinum Sponsor

3 Year Sponsor
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Mangold Horticulture

First Year Sponsor
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Matt Saxe Chevrolet

New Sponsor
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Christmas Lights Tour

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Official video of 2015 58,000 lights sequence.