Disneyland opened on this day in 1955, bringing fun figures and dazzling lights to southern California. Today, almost 50 years later, new low-voltage LED bulbs and solar technology are giving America's yards and flower beds a bit of the Disney touch, too. The brand new ?holiday heads? collection uses both LED and solar technology to light up a series of inter-changeable ?heads? designed for various holidays and seasons. Each seven-inch head or symbol mounts on a post with an adjustable height. LED lights, charged by the sun during the day, automatically illuminate them from dawn to dusk at night! And the best part? They're affordably priced! Posts (with lights) only cost fifteen dollars, and individual tops cost as little as six, with ?holiday? heads for Halloween and Christmas and 'tops? for Fourth of July and Valentine's Day, to name but a few. Want to give Disneyland a run for the money? Visit SolarCelebrations.com. They offer solar powered LED flowers, too!