This Fraser Heights home, located at 16468 104th Ave., is once again lit up for the holiday season. Flavio Marquez is also collection donations for the Surrey Food Bank.

This Fraser Heights home, located at 16468 104th Ave., is once again lit up for the holiday season. Flavio Marquez is also collection donations for the Surrey Food Bank.

MAP: Christmas light displays in Surrey and beyond

Send us pictures of your National Lampoon-style lit-up homes, nativity scenes or North Pole playlands

If you’ve got a spectacular light display at your home this winter, we want to see it.

Send us pictures of your National Lampoon-style lit-up homes, nativity scenes or North Pole playlands for a chance to be featured in an online gallery, and be added to this list.

Email the address and at least one photo (bonus points for video) to lauren.collins@surreynowleader.com with “Christmas lights” in the subject line.

We’ve had a few submissions, but we want to see them all! Here’s what you’ve told us about so far:

(Click on each pin for details and photos. Or scroll down for a written list.)

Surrey:

• A Fraser Heights home, located at 16468 104th Ave., is once again lit up for the holiday season. Flavio Marquez is also collecting donations for the Surrey Food Bank.

• The Barden’s Christmas Wonderland is now up and running at 13167 Inverness Pl.

• This display, located at 11082 Jay Cres., is set to music, which runs every 30 mins from 5 to 10 p.m. on weeknights and 5 to 11 p.m. on weekends. People can tune their car radios to 90.3 FM.

• The Wish Upon a Star home, located at 19367 62A Ave., is back this year. The display includes a “COVID-friendly Santa” ready for pictures with kids and adults. He’s “wearing a mask of course.” The display will be set up until Jan. 1, 2021, with the lights on from 4 to 11 p.m. They are also accepting donations for BC Children’s Hospital at bcchf.ca/wishuponastar.

• Ken and Bonnie Fletcher have decorated their house, located at 15499 22nd Ave., once again (albeit a scaled-down version this year. They’re also accepting donations for Sources South Surrey & White Rock Food Bank.

• This row of homes in the Sullivan neighbourhood (15175 62A Ave.) seem to get into the spirit every year.

• James Walker’s display, located at 15967 19A Ave. will be live from 5:30 to 9 p.m., with donations going to support nearby Jessie Lee Elementary.

• A reader submitted this home, which is at the corner of 149th Street and 99A Ave., saying it’s getting more popular to visit it.

• A house at 15349 85A Ave. is all decked out for the holiday season.

• The Bonneteaus, located at 16951 Jersey Dr., are back once again this year with more than 90 figurines and thousands of lights. They are accepting donations for the Surrey Memorial Hospital NICU, and have already had hundreds of visitors.

• This Cloverdale house, located at 7311 194th St., is all lit up for the Christmas season.

• This couple, located at 8483 152A St., is hoping to spread “a little joy in this difficult time” with their Christmas light display.

• This couple, who live in a townhouse at #35-18181 68th Ave., don’t have a lot of lawn space but have a display of 50 to 60 handmade wooden characters that they made.

• This cul-de-sac, located at 151A Street and Spenser Place, has several homes all lit up.

• This townhouse unit, near 148th Street and 58th Avenue, is all lit up for Christmas.

• This house, at 192A Street and 66th Avenue, is one of the most decked-out homes we’ve seen.

• This couple, located at 17022 62nd Ave., has decorated their house with lights and music.

• This house, at 14781 57A Ave., could light up the entire cul-de-sac.

• This couple decorates their house, at 7245 140A St., every year, and “the inside of the house is just as decorated as the outside.”

• This family, at 6528 187A St., likes to brighten up the neighbourhood at this time of year.

• The Arsenault family, at 18459 66th Ave., has gone all out with their Christmas decorations – including decorating the van!

• This house, located at 12871 Carluke Cres., has a fun display of inflatable Christmas characters.

• This house, at 19106 70A Ave., is decorated with “lots of colour and twinkling lights.” The owner added there are lots of other homes decorated in the area.

Delta:

• A house, located at 7849 Bremridge Dr., has a display set to music. It will run from Dec. 6 to January.

• The Bihal Residence, located at 11423 Heath Cres..

• The Chang Family, located at 11804 91st Ave., is back with their annual Christmas lights display. It’s on daily from 4 to 11 p.m. The Changs’ display was the winner of 107.7 Pulse FM’s 2017 and 2018 Christmas light challenge and was featured on City TV in 2018.

• The Chow’s home, at 11279 86A Ave. in Delta, is lit up nightly from 4:30 until 11 p.m. If you are lucky you might even catch a glimpse of Santa or an Elf in one of the windows.

Langley/Aldergrove

• The Mussato family, located at 26887 24A Ave., has decorated their Aldergrove home with lots of lights and lawn ornaments. They will be accepting non-perishable items to donate to the food bank.

• From Dec. 1 to Jan. 3, a house located at 20660 44A Ave. will be lit up. Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 4 to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 4 to 10 p.m. Enjoy more than 40,000 lights and holiday music. Non-perishable food donations accepted for Langley Food Bank.

• The Walnut Grove Light Show, located at 9211 211B St., runs from 4:30 to 10 p.m. daily. The lights are synced to nine Christmas songs, and people can listen along by tuning their radios to 89.9 FM.

• This house, located at 2328 Wakefield Dr., could probably light up the whole street.

• This family has been slowly adding to the display, located at 6474 197th St., every year. Next year, they want to add “Penguins building a snowman and another sitting at a picnic bench, havin’ hot chocolate together.” The daughters also wanted to make everyone smile with all of the COVID-19 restrictions, so they sang a parody song of Christmas for Two.

• This house, near 200th Street and 46th Avenue, is all decorated with lights and music, and the owners says that there are several homes along the street also done up. “One has LOTS of blow ups featuring a 16 ft abominable snowman, the other lots of randomness, ha! And one even has the infamous leg lamp from A Christmas Story shining bright in their front window. Great street to drive down with the family”

Burnaby:

• The DuPlessis Family Christmas display is back up at 8222 Burnlake Dr. this year. The display is synchronized to music for a 12-minute show. People can watch it from the comfort of their car by tuning their radios to 92.3 FM. The show runs daily from 4:30 p.m. to midnight until Jan. 10, 2021. The family is also collecting donations for BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Abbotsford:

• This house, at 28192 McTavish Rd., is collecting donations for the Archway Food Band in Abbotsford. There is a donation bin at the end of the driveway for non-perishable foods.

Mission:

• This display, located at 32228 Buffalo Dr., features 40,000 lights, with a nativity scene, flying reindeer, a penguin scene and “much, much more.” It will be on Dec. 1 to 30, from 5 to 10:30 p.m. They are also collecting cash and non-perishable donations for a local Christmas bureau.

Coquitlam:

This house, located at 1422 Smith Ave., has more than 20,000 lights that took about 200 hours to set up. The lights are synced to 21 different songs. People can tune their radios to 98.7 FM to listen. The music loops from 5 to 9 p.m., with the lights on until 11 p.m. It runs every night in December, with “some special bonuses for New Year’s Eve.”

Maple Ridge:

• Lisa Foster sent in these photos of their decorated home, at 20843 117th Ave.



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The Bonneteau’s Cloverdale home, located at 16951 Jersey Drive, is all ready for the Christmas season, with more than 90 figurines and thousands of lights. They are accepting donations for Surrey Memorial Hospital’s NICU (Photo: Lauren Collins)

The Bonneteau’s Cloverdale home, located at 16951 Jersey Drive, is all ready for the Christmas season, with more than 90 figurines and thousands of lights. They are accepting donations for Surrey Memorial Hospital’s NICU (Photo: Lauren Collins)

This Fraser Heights home, located at 16468 104th Ave., is all lit up this year. The family is also collecting donations for the Surrey Food Bank. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

This Fraser Heights home, located at 16468 104th Ave., is all lit up this year. The family is also collecting donations for the Surrey Food Bank. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

This Fraser Heights home, located at 16468 104th Ave., is all lit up this year. The family is also collecting donations for the Surrey Food Bank. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

This Fraser Heights home, located at 16468 104th Ave., is all lit up this year. The family is also collecting donations for the Surrey Food Bank. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

The Wish Upon A Star House, located at 19367 62A Ave., is decorated once again with “COVID-friendly” displays for taking pictures. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

The Wish Upon A Star House, located at 19367 62A Ave., is decorated once again with “COVID-friendly” displays for taking pictures. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

The Wish Upon A Star House, located at 19367 62A Ave., is decorated once again with “COVID-friendly” displays for taking pictures. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

The Wish Upon A Star House, located at 19367 62A Ave., is decorated once again with “COVID-friendly” displays for taking pictures. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

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