Displays like this one from 2014 brighten many Langley neighbourhoods.

Brighten the nights

Tell us about the coolest light displays put up by you or your neighbours.

It’s not all eggnog and shopping sprees at this time of year. With December almost here, it’s time to start putting up, and viewing, some of the brightest, biggest, and most creative Christmas light displays around the community.

The Langley Advance will be sharing them with readers through our Lighting Up Langley feature. Here’s how to share cool display locations with our readers:

Send us details about the display. Please note that the list is for publicly visible outdoor displays only.

Send us information including the address, times when the lights will be turned on, and any other pertinent details such as charity connections, to mclaxton@langleyadvance.com.

High resolution photos are also welcome and the Advance will publish as many as possible.

 

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