Share with us your North Delta Christmas dispays

Send us pictures of your nativity scenes, Santa's workshops and winter wonderlands to be featured in an upcoming issue and online.

The McLean family's 'Wish Upon a Star' Christmas light display at 20681 44th Ave.

Do you have a holiday display to put Clark Griswold to shame? We want to see it!

Send us pictures of your light displays, nativity scenes, Santa’s workshops and winter wonderlands for a chance to be featured in an upcoming issue of the North Delta Reporter and in an online gallery.

Be sure to tell us your address, the name of the family/individual hosting the display, and a brief description of what it includes.

Also include the dates and times it will be lit, and whether any money is being collected for charity.

Email us at editor@northdetlareporter.com.

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