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Holiday glow: A guide to Christmas lights in Burnaby

The holiday season is a time to marvel at twinkling lights and displays.
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B.C.'s oldest park is turned into a festive space.

The holiday season is here and Burnaby streets are already glowing with fairly lights and cheer. 

Burnaby residents love their holiday light displays — case in point, Halloween — and Christmas only ought to be brighter and merrier. 

The City of Burnaby has put together a map of holiday lights in Burnaby, including city parks and public spaces decked out in a joyous celebration of light, colour and festive spirit.

Did we miss your fave? We're also compiling this ongoing list of holiday displays in Burnaby, whether it is in your front yard or in a public space — we're inviting you to send in your submissions.

If you have, or have seen, a holiday display that Burnaby folks should know about, email reporter Abhinaya Natesh. 

Tour of light displays you can go with your friends and family to marvel at, put together by the city of Burnaby. 

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You can access the map here.

Here are our picks from the map:

Central Park

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The popular eco-sculpture, dragster, at B.C.'s oldest park, Central Park, transforms into a merry sight with winter greenery, leaves, branches, pinecones and lights — dreamed up by a team of local artists. 

A stroll across the trail will send you towards a more festive sight with brightly lit trees.

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Willingdon Linear Park 

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The same popular eco-sculpture, carriage, at Willingdon Linear Park gets the Christmas treatment from local artists. 

Beach at Deer Lake

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Five trees adorned with lights bringing a gentle magical glow to Deer Lake. 

Tommy Douglas Library

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For the festive season, the library is illuminated with snowy white globes of light and fairy lights, cascading into a waterfall from the roof.

Heritage Village Museum 

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Burnaby Village Museum is about to turn into a 10-acre Christmas town — with all the bells and whistles — from Nov. 26 to Jan. 2. 

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