Christmas light displays, including this festive collection at Stanley Park in Vancouver, will be lighting up across the Lower Mainland soon. If you live in or near Langley and have a display you'd like the community to know about, send your info to the Langley Times and we'll spread the word.

Lights? Fantastic!

Holiday light displays will soon be shining all over town. Let us know about yours, and we'll tell everybody else

Is your yard so decked out with decorations that you can no longer see the lawn?

Is your house visible from space?

Or maybe you’ve just taken a little extra effort to put up a nice holiday display this year and would like people to come on by and have a look.

Why not drop us a line with your name, address, hours and dates the display will be lit and any other pertinent information.

Email to or drop the information off at our office, 20258 Fraser Hwy. No phone calls please.

Lists will be published throughout December as space permits and will be kept up to date on our website at

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