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Christmas displays to check out in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows

Submit impressive local holiday decorations to be included in annual list

With the first major snowfall of the season out of the way, it’s the perfect time to check out some of the biggest and brightest Christmas displays in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

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Maple Ridge:

• Spirit on Stoney Ave, 20812 Stoney Ave.

Known for its popular haunted Halloween tunnel each year, this Maple Ridge home also puts on an impressive Christmas display that is far less spooky.

• 12664 235 St.

• 10869 248 St.

• 12068 201 St.

This large collection of dinosaur holiday inflatables has been comically dubbed Jurassic Christmas.

• 21382 Thornton Ave.

• 12267 Laity St.

• 11718 208 St.

Pitt Meadows:

• 19588 114B Ave.

• 11548 196B St.

• 11782 Wildwood Crescent N

Featuring 12-foot-tall inflatables, dozens of illuminated candy canes, and thousands of lights, this Pitt Meadows home is definitely worth a visit.

• 19528 117 Ave.

• 11776 Albertan St.

• 11619 Cobblestone Lane

This home injects music into the display viewing experience by having a playlist of Christmas music that spectators can hear from the warmth of their vehicle by tuning to 88.3 FM.

• 19051 117A Ave.

• 19640 Alouette Blvd.

• 11087 Barnston View Rd.

• 11733 193 St.

If there are other displays not included on this list, then The News wants to hear about them!

Email details and pictures of everything Christmas display-related to or as a direct message to the Maple Ridge News on Facebook.

In order to be included in our list of local light displays, the decorations must be in a public place where members of the public can easily view them.

Residents of Pitt Meadows also have the opportunity to vote for their favourite Christmas display by visiting Voting will remain open until Jan. 2, with the winner being announced Jan. 5, 2023.

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Brandon Tucker

About the Author: Brandon Tucker

I have been a journalist since 2013, with much of my career spent covering sports and entertainment stories in Alberta.
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