Port Alberni gets lit with Christmas displays

Port Alberni is lit up with some amazing Christmas light displays this year. The Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce put on a Christmas Light-Up tour for 2018. DARRAN CHAISSON PHOTO
This house on Kitsuksis Road, just up from AW Neill Elementary School, has its light display timed to music that viewers can hear via their car radios. DARRAN CHAISSON PHOTO
The Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Centre got into the spirit of the holiday with its own Christmas lights display. DARRAN CHAISSON PHOTO
Port Alberni is lit up with some amazing Christmas light displays this year. The Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce put on a Christmas Light-Up tour for 2018. DARRAN CHAISSON PHOTO
Port Alberni is lit up with some amazing Christmas light displays this year. The Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce put on a Christmas Light-Up tour for 2018. DARRAN CHAISSON PHOTO
Port Alberni is lit up with some amazing Christmas light displays this year. The Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce put on a Christmas Light-Up tour for 2018. DARRAN CHAISSON PHOTO

The Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce put together Light Up Alberni, a Christmas lights tour again for 2018.

There are 22 homes on the tour, and a map can be found on the chamber’s website at www.albernichamber.ca/light-up-alberni-contest.

You can still vote for your favourite light display on the chamber’s website. Darran Chaisson of Darran Chaisson Photography has taken photos of each of the displays that are registered.

There is still one more evening to take the bus tour of “Light Up” locations, on Sunday, Dec. 23. Three different shuttles will leave from Naesgaard’s Farm Market, 5681 River Rd. at 6 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. Cost is $6 per person, and you can book online.

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