A list of Christmas lights in Surrey and Delta: A guide to what glitters

’Tis the season for Christmas lights – and we want to see your best. We’ve had quite a few submissions, but we want to see them all! We asked you to send us photos of your decorated home – along with your address, so others may enjoy them as well – and here they are:

*Every night from 6 to 10 p.m. until Jan. 1 you may walk through or just drive past to enjoy the sights at 15097 90A Ave. There are over 10,000 lights as well as the North Pole and nativity scene. On Dec. 20 from 6 to 9 p.m. Santa and Frosty will be on site to visit with candy canes for the kids and coffee, hot chocolate for the grownups.

*Thousands of bulbs and dozens of ornaments go into an annual display at the Kinna family’s home in Cloverdale at 16956 60A Ave. From reindeer on the rooftop to penguins wearing bow ties, they’ve pretty much got it all. Now in its seventh year, the family is collecting donations for incubators for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Surrey Memorial Hospital. See the lights for yourself, Sunday to Thursday from 5 to 10 p.m. and extended hours until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, through to Jan. 4. And ask Jay for a candy cane – he likes handing them out.

*”Journey of Christmas” guided outdoor display. Take a walk through the woods to discover the story of the first Christmas as told in a multi-media presentation. Each of the nine outdoor theatres has mannequins, a mural, theatre props, lighting and an audio description. The path is lit up with hundreds of metres of lights. After your guided walk, you are welcome to stay for hot chocolate, cookies and on most evenings, live entertainment to brighten your Christmas season. Admission by donation. Open: Dec. 14 to 23 from 6 to 9 p.m., Dec. 24 from 3:30 to 9 p.m. at St. Mark’s Anglican Church, 12953-20 Ave., South Surrey. 

*Check out the Gaucher display at 11084 153A St., Surrey. There are many Disney characters along with Santa and his reindeer, snowmen and more.

*The Watkins house, at 15837 95A Ave., is coming together. The uniform colour scheme makes a statement.

*The Emery House cul-de-sac is a favorite. Drop by to see the candy canes, snowflakes and snowmen at 14920 83A Ave., Surrey.

*The neighbours in the cul-de-sac on 85A Avenue and 154th Street would like to their our Christmas spirit. All together they have over 40,000 lights.

*Stop by the second annual Winter Wonderland Christmas display at 16951 Jersey Dr., Surrey, with even more lights than last year. Lights are turned on nightly from 5 to 11 p.m. through to Jan. 2. “We have dancing lights, a Santa that is motion activated and dances and sings to music, a large nativity scene, the lights on the roof are called waterfall lights and they have motion. We also have lights that are synchronized to music.” Donations are accepted for Variety the Children’s Charity.

*At 15837 95A Ave., Surrey, is a display to see, complete with a “Mr. Christmas” unit with four transformers and four different zones where lights will “act accordingly” depending on the music being played.

*We’re told there’s a lovely displayat 10757 Burbank Dr., Delta.

*A birdie told us there are lots of great lights on 125th Street between 100th and 104th avenues, especially on 10130 Helen Drive.

*We’ve been told there’s a wonderful four-house display on 148th Street between Fraser Highway and 94th Avenue.

*One of our readers let us know Terry and Wilma Deane put on an amazing display of lights and blow-ups with a giant snowman singing Christmas songs at 7777 Stamford Pl. in North Delta.

*Check out the display at 6369 165A St., Surrey. Gheorghe and Rodica Grigore put up another Christmas lights spectacular with over 60,000 lights, including 200 icicles on top of the house plus an eight-foot Santa, 12-foot Santa and snowman. There is also a musical Christmas lights show with 20 different songs. We invite you all to come to see us between 5 and 11 p.m. from Monday to Thursday and weekends 5 p.m. to midnight. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s all night.

Have a display you’d like to share? Email us at edit@thenownewspaper.com with the subject line Christmas Lights.

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