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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The lights of one house on Ammonite Court begin to illuminate as the sun sets. This house is one of the easier ones to take lights off once the holiday season ends.

Un-Deck the Halls: Ammonite Court Begins Teardown of Holiday Lights

Jacob Dougherty, Staff Reporter Jan 4, 2023

Throughout the holiday season, twinkling lights adorn the homes in many neighborhoods throughout Carlsbad. However, as the holiday season comes to a close, the festive decorations must come down. Ammonite...

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Ammonite Place displays one of its only moving decorations. A moving train circles around a small town, crossing a bridge along the way.

Holiday Lights are in Full Swing at Ammonite Place’s Holiday Light Show

Holden Kopman, Staff Reporter Dec 16, 2022

Ammonite Place has brought a Christmas delight to family and friends who have attended in the past or are now trying it out for the first time. Though The Sage has covered this festive neighborhood in...

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6997 Ammonite Place in Carlsbad shines bright amidst a Saturday sunset. Decorations are synched to a radio station playing various holiday-themed songs.

Deck the Halls: Ammonite Court Sets Up Holiday Light Show

Georgia Scherrer, Staff Reporter Dec 6, 2022

With the winter season comes the unwinding of strands of holiday lights and the blow-up of inflatable snowmen. The day after Thanksgiving is typically when holiday lights are put up, and holiday festivities...

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