A Tour of Lights house on Alpine Crescent in Chilliwack was a sparkling display for Christmas in 2017. (CADREB)

Lights Tour 2019 takes everyone on a sparkly ride across Chilliwack

The annual list of addresses compiled by CADREB for the 2019 Tour of Homes is almost ready

It’s a time-honoured Christmas tradition in Chilliwack.

The annual list of addresses for Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board’s (CADREB) 2019 Christmas Light Tour is being compiled as the festive season gets underway.

Taking a self-guided tour of decorated homes is a popular Christmas activity in Chilliwack.

However, an update indicates the addresses of homes with light displays will be published in the Friday, Dec. 20 edition of the Real Estate Review, inside The Chilliwack Progress.

The list and the tour maps are on the CADREB website under the News & Statistics tab, and the addresses in red lettering signify the locations that already have a beautiful light display in place for 2019.

“We’re happy to put new and returning addresses on the list,” said CADREB’s executive officer Steve Lerigny.

There are a few ways to get an address on the list. Call or email the Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board. Send an email to eo@CADREB.com, or call 604-792-0912.

Ideally the addresses being suggested have “more than one string of lights” and make for the “wow” factor, Lerigny added. Anyone with a suggestion of an attractive address to be added to the list is welcome, whether it’s their own home, or their neighbour’s. Maps for the old tour are up online currently, but after Dec. 20, the new maps will be place.

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