From the Queens Chronicle:
Glenn Cohn says he does it for the kids, but the Fresh Meadows homeowner seems to get as much from his holiday decorations as the youngsters who visit.
But don’t expect to see candy canes, Santa Clauses or even snowmen at 69-29 172 St. Cohn is Jewish and his displays run to flashing dreidels and inflatable menorahs. “I’ve been doing it for five years and kids love it,” he said. “Cars are always stopping.”
Although outdoor Hanukkah decorations are fairly unusual, Cohn said there are specialty stores that have what he needs. This year, he has eight inflatables, including a snow globe, a dreidel with a gift box, a six-foot and an 11-foot teddy bear with dreidels and three menorahs.
At the Fresh Meadows house, there are flashing lights spelling out “Happy Hanukkah,” a flashing dreidel and menorahs in the windows. Cohn said he does not put up the display to compete with Christian holiday decorations, but rather “I’m just doing my own thing and publicizing the miracle of Hanukkah,” he added.
The Daily News also found one in Brooklyn.