The Xmas light list


• 927 Lillian St.: Thousands of twinkling red and clear lights, horse and carriage, polar bear, penguins, igloo, snowmen, Santa, reindeer, candy canes, snowflakes, Santa train, etc. Open daily through Jan. 3, 4:30 p.m. to midnight.

• 806 Seymour, Dr.: The Grinch house is back for the 15th year, featuring animated characters, including Frosty, Charlie Brown and all his friends. Donations accepted for Coquitlam Firefighters Charitable Society.

• 818 Porter St.: Approximately 10,000 lights, twinkling and racing and glowing from afar; blow-ups, animated displays and dancing Santa (sometimes the real one, too). Lights are on from 5 to 11 p.m., weekends until 1 a.m.

• 678 Folsom St.: The 50,000 plus lights programmed (some take 15 minutes to go completely through programs) twinkling and dancing moving in patterns controlled hundreds of microprocessors and computers; 36 panel displays, rope lights, herd of moving reindeer and a 16 foot-long Santa train.

• 853 Kinsac St. (near Blue Mountain/Como Lake): This year’s Christmas display theme is entitled “Rhapsody in Blue,” with a wintry forest of 11,000 blue and white lights beyond the lit, decora-

tive border fence, which captures the many reindeer grazing prior to the big day. Donations accepted for BC Children’s Hospital.


• 1538 Eastern Dr.: Featured are about 20,000 lights and a winter wonderland. The special feature every year is the manger scene, and a village has been added this year with 30 porcelain houses and many accessories.

Donations accepted for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

• 793 Pinemont Ave.: About 50,000 lights along with many inflatables, characters and interactive items; also, the annual free Santa Picture and Hot Chocolate Night is Saturday, Dec. 15 from 7 to 10 p.m. Lights on 5-10 p.m. nightly; Donations accepted for BC Children’s Hospital.


• 340 Seaview Dr.: With more than 20,000 white lights, the elegant themed Christmas display features castle-like structures with soldiers and  mini arches in the front yard, and nativity scene with angels, comet and stars in the side yard; giant inflatable and plastic moulded snowmen adorn the garage rooftop and deck at the back.

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