There's everything from a miniature popcorn popper, popping corn to a man cutting a log for ice skaters on a frozen pond.

Henry Richards and his wife Phyllis of White Pine Road have been collecting and erecting the village for several years, for the enjoyment of their neighbors and family members.

"It's been a lot of work," Henry said, "but we've really enjoyed doing it."

"The best time to view it is after dark. The kids really love it," Richards said, including the electric train.

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