Let us known about great Christmas displays throughout Comox Valley

How bright are your Christmas lights?
Bright enough to guide Santa's sled to a safe landing on your rooftop?

How bright are your Christmas lights?Bright enough to guide Santa’s sled to a safe landing on your rooftop? Bright enough to share with your fellow Comox Valleyians?For the third straight year, Eric Lange and Karin Clark have prepared a Christmas light show in Union Bay synchronized to 16 Christmas tunes.The show started Dec. 5 and will run until Jan. 2 from 5 to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday and up to 11 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. To watch the whole sequence would take about 30 minutes and the public is welcome to park in the Union Bay Credit parking lot.Tune to FM 88.3 or step out of the car and listen to the sound from speakers operated by Clark and Lange.Heading south into Union Bay, turn right on McLeod, go a block, tune your radio to FM 88.3 and enjoy the show.• • •Glacier View Lodge residents, families, staff and guests will gather this Friday to decorate their indoor Christmas tree and turn on the outdoor lights that will shine over the Comox Valley for the holiday season.Community members are also welcome to donate to the Book of Lights and purchase a light for $5 in memory of a loved one. To make a donation to the Book of Lights, visit the Glacier View Lodge reception office at 2450 Back Rd. weekdays from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. or call 250-338-1451.• • •How about you? If you have a Christmas light display that you want others to see, e-mail features@comoxvalleyrecord.com. We’ll share your information with our readers in print, on our website (www.comoxvalleyrecord.com) and on Facebook.

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