Here’s a list of the best Christmas light displays in Penticton

The famous stolen and returned Grinch sits proudly atop his tractor at 123 Granby Ave.The famous stolen and returned Grinch sits proudly atop his tractor at 123 Granby Ave.
The Jones’ have been putting together a Christmas display for more than two decades at their home on Huth Avenue, off Farview. (Monique Tamminga Western News)The Jones’ have been putting together a Christmas display for more than two decades at their home on Huth Avenue, off Farview. (Monique Tamminga Western News)
Check out Lawrence St. in Sendero Canyon for a street of lights.(Ashley Dawn photo)Check out Lawrence St. in Sendero Canyon for a street of lights.(Ashley Dawn photo)
Hatfield Ave. is a street of lights. (Delanna Eutler photo)Hatfield Ave. is a street of lights. (Delanna Eutler photo)

Why not make some hot chocolate to go, get in the car and take in the Christmas light displays all over Penticton. Here is a list of some of the best and brightest light displays:

Come see the Jones’ house on Huth Ave., off Fairview. They are collecting non-perishable food items for the Oasis United Church food cupboard and the Salvation Army food bank.

Check out their winter wonderland backyard Thursday, Fridays, Saturdays to Sundays, 6 to 8 p.m.

Make sure to check out 123 Granby Ave. where the Grinch was stolen on Wednesday. The thief’s heart grew sizes and like a Christmas miracle, the Grinch is now back on the tractor where he belongs.

There are lots of great displays to see around town.

The Western News will continue to add to the light list so you can take your own self-guided Christmas light tours.

Must see Christmas lights:

Huth Ave., off Fairview

Penticton Ave.

Killarney, Kilwinning and King streets

Moosejaw, off Duncan

Atkinson close to Cherry Lane

Coleman St. between Green Ave. and Blairmore Cres.

Pineview Rd., Abbott and Hansen St.

Dewdney Cresc.

Hatfield Ave. across from Columbia Elementary school

Sendero Canyon (Lawrence Ave.)

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