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Photos + Video: Dazzling holiday light displays around the Tri-Cities for 2023

The Tri-City News will be adding to the list in the days and weeks ahead as homes and business get into the festive spirit.

Is there a holiday light display you think deserves a visit from Tri-City residents? Is your home decorated for the holidays?

We want to add them to our 2023 list below. πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŽ„

Send a photo, address and other relevant information to


This Coquitlam household is decked out in red and green just in time for the holiday season.

The display offers something for every visitor to the cul-de-sac, including Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Santa Claus, carollers and the Nativity scene.

The home will be lit up nightly from 6 to 9:30 p.m. until Jan. 3, 2024.

The Pacheco's have their house decorated with thousands of lights programmed to music with signing bulbs singing fun Christmas songs.

Visitors can listen on their radio on 100.1 FM or they can press Rudolph's nose to here the song.

Shows take place at 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. every day until Jan. 4, 2024.

Happy Holidays from Forestridge Christmas Yard hosted by the Bileskys. Lights are on nightly 6 to 10 p.m. They will be on until Jan. 15.

Special note: this is the home's last Christmas display after 23 years of collecting donations for Variety - The Children's Charity.

Come by and enjoy the festive display. Take time to take a photo with Santa either in his house, or with Santa singing and dancing. Enjoy gazing at the elves workshop where they are busy helping Santa get the children's toys ready for Christmas. Look to the rooftop to see Santa's sleigh arrive. Then watch him wave to you from the chimney as he disappears down it. Enjoy listening to the carols playing.

You can check out the Forestridge Christmas Yard on Facebook. A lot of the pieces will be available after Jan. 15 on Marketplace.

John and Trudy Wolff, for the 40th year, invite you to come and enjoy their home made Christmas display.

More than 100 hand-painted display pieces on the house and in the yard.

Two themes: traditional Christmas with manger scene, shepherds, wise men and angels, as well as contemporary Christmas with Santa, reindeer, toy trains, nutcrackers and singing snowmen.

Lit up daily with over 6,000 lights from 4 p.m. to midnight.

This Coquitlam household is draped with thousands of multi-coloured lights, while also making up holiday shapes on the lawn next to decorated trees, several inflatables and lighted deer.

The display will be up until mid-to-late January. 

Classic Christmas lights all over the house, trees, and surrounding garden area!

The Comin household has 20,000 lights with a CanCan dancer on the garage door.

From Renai Hill: Welcome to our first year! We hope you enjoy all the lights and story behind our frozen pond, tree farm and busyness behind the North Pole. Our Christmas lights are sure to make you smile. 

Serenity in the North Pole will be running until Jan. 10, 2024, from 5 to 10:30 p.m.

Any monetary donations are welcome in the donation box and will be donated to BC Cancer Foundation.

The Canta family's lights are part of a heritage collection — some more than 65 years old.

Lights are on daily now until Jan. 7, 2024, from 5 p.m. to midnight.

For safety, daily donations can be left in the home's outdoor mailbox for Eagle Ridge Respite Care, a long-term care facility in Port Moody.

Coquitlam city crews have placed installed more than 100,000 lights and holiday features around Lafarge Lake in Town Centre Park for the annual show.

Presented by Coquitlam Centre, the free display runs until the end of February.

Port Coquitlam

Gabriel Hyvarinen, 17, and his grandfather, Digby Bentzen, have been decorating their house for the holidays since he was eight years old, bringing more and more for the community to enjoy.

There are roughly 15,000 lights, ranging from a custom LED Walkway and Merry Christmas sign and Santa's Sled, to several inflatable blow up characters.

Lights are on daily from 5 to 11 p.m., extended until 1 a.m. on Christmas Eve and Day, Dec. 24 and 25, as well as New Year's Eve, Dec. 31.

Hot chocolate and candy canes will be available by donation on Dec. 23 and 31 from 6 to 9 p.m. with 100 per cent of the proceeds going to Hazel Trembath Elementary.

As well, on Dec. 23, Santa will be on hand for photo-ops and selfies from 6 to 9 p.m.

A donation box for the school, which was destroyed in a fire in October, will also be on the front porch.

Over 10,000 lights at the front, side and rear of this Port Coquitlam house, including a lodge, a colourful backyard display with eight reindeer, polar bears, gnomes, snowmen, penguins, and a Christmas train!  

Lights on 5 to 9 p.m. weekdays and Sundays, as well as 5 to 11 p.m. on Saturdays. 

Take a stroll through Winter Wonderland, a new addition this year for Miracle and Rae Street by the Brindleys.

A truly magical experience of over 200,000 lights synced to music, ground displays, a village scene and a fully lit 90-foot tree.

It's display hours are as follows:

  • Now until Jan. 7, 2024
    • Sunday to Thursday, 5 to 10 p.m.
    • Friday and Saturday, 5 to 11 p.m.

Cash donations to Share Food Bank gratefully accepted.

Rae Street is one way only. Please enter off Prairie Avenue.

Port Moody

Chris and Fran Topp have worked many hours to put together a fantastic holiday light show set to music. It is Chris' third year creating this and it keeps getting better.

The show runs nightly dusk to 10 p.m. Different theme nights include Christmas (Monday to Thursday), dance party (Friday), Disney movies (Saturday) and spiritual Christmas (Sunday).

There is also a sign with a QR code you can scan, or use this link to pick a song, and scroll to the bottom to donate to Hope for Korah and BC Cancer Foundation donation options.