The house at 19646 49th Ave. is lit up every night with more than 20

Light Up Langley!

Homes around the community are lit up for the season.

19646 49th Ave. Christmas Display

A Langley City home where the displays come with music and flashing lights. There are over 20,000 lights on the home.

Ron Farmer Family

Located at 23924 68th Ave. near Williams Park, the Farmer Family’s display includes 30,000 lights and more than 100 lawn figures. It has been running for over 20 years. The lights go on at 5 p.m. and off at 11 p.m. every night until Jan. 1.

206 St. and 91A Ave.

Several houses are lit up every night from Dec. 1 creating a street full of lights.

The Langley Advance will be sharing locations of decorated houses with readers through our December 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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