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LANGLEY LIGHTS UP: Send in details of the community’s best displays

Santa has his naughty and nice list, and the local community newspaper has its holiday display list

The Langley Advance Times and Aldergrove Star want to know about the best and brightest homes throughout the community and so do readers.

People can send over photos, addresses, or all the details including any charity aspects at a particular display. The displays must be in a place where the public can view them.

The Langley Advance Times and Aldergrove Star will be featuring as many decked out dwellings in the newspaper and online to keep readers up to date on where to go for the best sparkling sights all season long.

Email everything Christmas display-related to for the Advance Times and for the Star, or submit the news tip form on our websites.

The local community newspapers will be creating an interactive online map that allows people to tour the best and brightest of the season.

• Beneath the Wreath: From 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. daily through Christmas, 26965 26th Ave. has its festive display all lit up.

• Holiday Lights: Stop by Pacific Bolt, 5250 272nd St., for its display that includes lights, inflatables, sound, and projections. The display is accepting donations for the Aldergrove Community Station House, home of Langley Meals on Wheels. The lights are on from dusk to midnight until the end of December. Info:

• 20932 96th Ave. has a display from Dec. 1 to Jan. 1.

• Berry House of Lights: Colourful display set to music is at 9562 215A St.

• Santa Claus Lane: Multiple families have created a sparkly wonderland on 209A Street and 84th Avenue. Lights, decorations, and music. Info: @santaclaslane209ehst on Facebook and Instagram.

• Willoughby Whoville: The Whos, Santa, and Rudolph are part of the display at 8156 211th St. Enjoy the music and more than 4,000 lights between 5 and 9 p.m. Friday through Sunday.

• Jingle House: Thousands of twinkling lights are at 7385 201B St. which is fundraising for the BC Cancer Foundation. The lights are on 6 to 10 p.m. daily until Dec. 31. Learn more at

• Penguins Celebrate the Joy of Christmas: From 4:30 to 11:30 p.m. nightly, enjoy the penguins playing hockey, building snowmen, tobagganing and more at 6474 197th St.

• Stained Glass in 3D: The lights at 5003 209th St. are on from 4:30 to 11 p.m. daily until Jan. 10. Stop by to learn about the fundraiser for cancer support and research.

• 19646 49th Ave: Lights are on evenings throughout the holidays.

• Santa’s Mailbox: Walk through display open daily until New Year’s at 20886 45A Ave.

• 5164 209A St.

• 5148 209th St.

• 20294 50th Ave.

• Whoville and the Grinch: Light display at 20504 43rd Ave. is open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day. Visitors invited to walk through.

• Brookswood Light Show: More than 10,000 synchronized lights, music, a 15 foot tree, and more are available to view 4:30 to 10 p.m. until Jan. 8 at 3624 197th St. Cash donations accepted for the Langley Food Bank. More at Brookswood Light Show on Facebook.

• Downtown Langley City: Douglas Crescent from city hall to Douglas Park, Douglas Park Spirit Square, Fraser Highway one-way section, and Innis Corners.


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Heather Colpitts

About the Author: Heather Colpitts

Since starting in the news industry in 1992, my passion for sharing stories has taken me around Western Canada.
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