MAP AND PHOTO GALLERY: Castlegar’s 2017 holiday displays

Lynwood Crescent. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
Windsor Place, off Southridge Drive. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
The corner of 32nd Street and 5th Avenue. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
The 3000 block of 5th Avenue. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
The corner of 27th Street and 4th Avenue. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
The 2500 block of 6th Avenue. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
The 2600 block of Columbia Avenue. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
The 2700 block of 10th Avenue. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
The 2600 block of 9th Avenue. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
The 700 block of Tamarack Street. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
The corner of 5th Street and 8th Avenue. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
Lynnwood Crescent. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)
Lynwood Crescent. (Chelsea Novak/Castlegar News)

If you haven’t yet gone out looking at Christmas lights, Castlegar News would like to suggest you check out the following holiday displays.

Our photos hardly do these bright, festive displays justice, and many of the blocks we’ve highlighted on our map have more than one amazing display.

A thank you to everyone who gave us suggestions for this feature on our Facebook page, and happy holidays to all our readers.

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