The Lagerstrom family home at 15466 91A Ave. features a computerized Christmas display synchronized to music.

The Lagerstrom family home at 15466 91A Ave. features a computerized Christmas display synchronized to music.

2012 holiday light list

Plan your tour of Surrey and Delta homes all done up for Christmas.

It’s that time of year again – time to enjoy the bright lights of Surrey and Delta holiday homes.

There are some new ones on The Leader list this year, but many are perennial favorites from previous years, so if anything has changed – or you’d like to add your home to the list – email the details to newsroom@surreyleader.com

Enjoy the 2012 Christmas displays:

• 15097 90A Ave.

Until Jan. 1 every night from 6-10 p.m., you may walk through or just drive past Art and Lou’s Chistmas lights to enjoy the sights. There are more than 10,000 lights to see and the North Pole. Also take in the nativity scene. On Dec. 22 from 6-9:30 p.m., Santa and Frosty will be on-site. There will be candy canes for the kids and coffee for the grown-ups.

• 16951 Jersey Dr.

The Bonneteau family house and front yard are full of thousands of lights and numerous characters.

•  13675 Grosvenor Rd.

Come see the Grinch stealing Santa’s sleigh. This is Watson Smillie’s third year hosting a computerized light show. The lights are on nightly from 5-11 p.m. and run until Dec. 31. Donations accepted for the Surrey Hospice Society.

• 7022 140A St.

Amy Nichols says her father-in-law Frank Nichols spends countless hours decorating his house with lights and decorations in the spirit of Christmas. He strives to make the season merry and bright for others.

• 18279 Claytonwood Cres.

The Flathen family starts decorating “The Christmas House” in October, and every year they add something new.

• 16956 60A Ave.

The Kinna family in Cloverdale collects donations for the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation. Lights are onSunday to Thursday from 5-10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5-11 p.m.

• 15466 91A Ave.

The 11th annual Lagerstrom light show is now on. To those not familiar with the display, it has tens of thousands of lights, run by computer, and is synchronized to music. The Lagerstroms  – Dan, Cindy and Kyle – collect donations for the Canadian Cancer Society’s Camp Goodtimes. They’ve raised more than $25,000 to date. More information can be found at www.lightup.ca

• 12880 and 12881 104A Ave.

The light fight continues at the duelling Griswolds.

• 15659 93A Ave.

The Haggarty Christmas House has almost 15,000 lights, including toy soldiers, candlesticks, lit trees, and Santa and his nine reindeer in a life-size sleigh. The display is on from 6-11 p.m. until Jan. 1. Donations are accepted for B.C. Children’s Hospital.

• 15630 111 Ave.

The Cousins family display has lights, ornaments, inflatable Santas and other decorations. The lights are turned on each weeknight from 5-9:30 p.m.

•  11458 86 Ave.

Bob and Maureen Mussato have a Christmas display with thousands of lights and ornaments which are on nightly from 5-11 p.m.

• 11084 153A St.

The Gaucher family home is all lit up.

• 16681 20 Ave.

Donations are collected for B.C. Children’s Hospital.

• 2204 152A St.

Nightly at 5 p.m. until Jan. 1

• 2649 King George Blvd.

Display lit weeknights from 5-10 p.m., weekends until 10:30-11 p.m., until Jan. 2

• 15499 22 Ave.

Lit nightly from 5-10 p.m. Donations collected for Sources White Rock-South Surrey Food Bank.

• 2968 Northcrest Dr.

Nightly from 4-10 p.m. until Jan. 1.

• 2958 147A St.

Lights on nightly from 4 p.m.

• 19158 48 Ave.

Potters Christmas Store display up until Christmas from 5-9 p.m.

Also check out:

• 6369 165A St.

• 13130 65B Ave.

• 11422 75 Ave.

• 11084 153A St.

• 11082 Jay Cr.

• 6585 193 St.

• 19158 48 Ave.

newsroom@surreyleader.com

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