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Displays light up the season

Here are a few suggestions on where to go for holiday light displays in Cloverdale and nearby.

We’ve added to our annual list of holiday light displays in Cloverdale and nearby.

http://webpapersadmin.bcnewsgroup.com/portals/uploads/cloverdale/.DIR288/wChristmasLights.jpgGheorghe and Ridoca Grigore of 6369 165A Street have strung up thousands of lights outside their Cloverdale home (pictured), making for a truly impressive display. It lights up the block – and seems to have inspired the neighbours, making this well worth finding.

The Kinna family has once again added to holiday cheer by decorating their house with millions of lights in support of babies at Surrey Memorial Hospital. This is the fifth year their display at at 16956 60A Avenue has helped collect donations.

Cloverdale’s Karen Wagner and her family once again have their home decked out for the season and will be collecting donations for the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay For Life. The lights will be officially switched on Dec. 1 – the day Wagner lost her dad to cancer more than 35 years ago – and will stay lit from 6-10 p.m. through Dec. 31 at 19056 63B Ave. Hot chocolate, coffee and candy canes will be  available Friday to Sunday.

Their neighbours have beautiful displays, too.

The Bonneteau family’s second-annual Winter Wonderland display is raising money for Variety – the Children’s Charity. The home, with dancing, musical lights, singing Santa and a large nativity scene, is located at 16951 Jersey Drive and lights are on from 5-11 p.m. daily to Jan. 2.

The Gingerbread House at 6598 192A Street features interactive singing Santas, the North Pole, lots of lights, a countdown and M&Ms.

We also nominate a northeast corner unit at 5772 177B Street, a ground floor apartment that shines with holiday spirit, day and night.

Wish Upon A Star at 19368 62A Avenue, Surrey. From Nov. 22 to Jan. 3, running from 5 p.m. to midnight nightly. The display features 28,000 lights with Santa and his sleigh flying overhead, an interactive musical snowman, light show, animated characters, and a photo op with Rudolph, Bumble and his pals. Donations accepted for B.C. Children’s Hospital. Visit www.Facebook.com/wishuponastarchristmas.

Walnut Grove Dancing Lights at 20997 86A Avenue, Langley. Completely computerized and synchronized to music – just tune your radio to 99.7 FM as you drive up. The computer-controlled show has more than 25,000 lights on 144 separate Light-o-rama channels.

The display runs until Jan. 4, from 5-11 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and from 5 p.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays – and on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

If you’d like to add your home to the roster, email newsroom@cloverdalereporter.com and we’ll share it with readers.

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