Show us your lights and win and go on your own Light Tour this weekend

Show us your lights and win and go on your own Light Tour this weekend

Show us your lights and win!

Penticton Western News has prizes to give away to bring some holiday cheer

Let’s bring some holiday cheer to Penticton. The Western News is looking for readers to share the best, most cheerfully decorated homes and yards.

Want to play along?

Take a picture of your house or your neighbour’s house and share the address and photo in the Facebook comments of this story.

Once we’ve gathered the best decorated homes we will select one winner in a random draw.

The house with the most likes will win a $100 gift certificate from Canadian Tire, by Dec. 23rd.

The first prize is 4 bags of Medium Popcorn from Landmark Cinema! Take popcorn on your Christmas Lights tour. Landmark will be open for concession carry out on Fridays and Saturdays from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m. -7 p.m., Tuesday 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Come by and grab some popcorn.

TAKE A LIGHT TOUR

Must see Christmas lights:

Huth Ave., off Fairview

Penticton Ave.

Killarney, Kilwinning and King streets

Moosejaw, off Duncan

Granby Ave. to Atkinson, close to Cherry Lane

123 Grandby Ave. (with the Grinch and Cat and the Hat)

Coleman St. between Green Ave. and Blairmore Cres.

Pineview Rd., Abbott and Hansen St.

Dewdney Cresc.

434 Hansen St.

Hatfield Ave. across from Columbia Elementary school

Sendero Canyon (Lawrence Ave.)

2747 Paris St.

Heritage house tree lights at Martin St. and Eckhardt

SS Sicamous

TIME Winery on Martin

SEE HERE: Photos of Penticton’s best and brightest

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