MAP: Christmas lights and displays around Langley

Our interactive map will show homes with holiday decor through out the holidays

Bright lights and Christmas displays illuminate Langley for the holiday season, and the Langley Advance Times doesn’t want anyone to miss out on a single bulb.

Submissions of pictures, tips, and display addresses will be accepted all season long, so that residents know where the best and brightest views are.

Whether the lights are strung for fun or for charity, locations will be shared through an interactive map, and there will be a chance to be featured in the Langley Advance Times light listings below;

Light Map Listings:

■ Sherwood/Baerg: 20556/20660 62A Ave, Langley.

■ Jen Mussato: 26887 24A Ave., Aldergrove.

■ Dan Warkentin:9211 211B St., Langley.

■ Candy Cane Lane: 20388 43rd Ave, Langley.

■ Beier Family: 2403 Wayburn Cres., Langley.

■ Penguins Christmas: 6474 197th St., Langley

■ Wish Upon a Star: 19367 62A Ave., Surrey

■ Lance Farrell: 9241 213th St., Langley

■ TWU Spirit of Christmas: 7600 Glover Rd., Langley

■ Williams Park: 6595 238th St., Langley

■ Kirlik House: 4448 216th St., Langley

■ Waylen Aylen’s Candy Cane Lane: 2632 202nd St., Langley

■ Carrie Swartz: 19646 49th Ave., Langley

■ 3rd Cloverdale Scouts: 6319 181A St., SUrrey

People can email everything Christmas display related to entertainment@langleyadvancetimes.com or as a direct message through Facebook.

Visitors are asked to respect residents’ properties if they do take in a display.

Plan ahead to see if displays are open to the public or a view to enjoy from the sidewalk.

Many displays do accept charitable donations, so arriving with cash or appropriate items in hand is recommended.

Read More: MAP: Christmas is coming to Langley

Watch for updates online at www.langleyadvancetimes.com, on the interactive map, and in the newspaper.

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