The lights at 921 Cadogan St. are among the best in Nanaimo, according to judges from the chamber of commerce. (The News Bulletin)

Chamber chooses its favourite Christmas light displays

Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce announces top picks

The Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce announced its choices for the best Christmas light displays in the city.

Sixteen homes made the list this year. The top three, in no particular order, were judged to be 3726 Victoria Ave., 4316 Ashbury Pl. and 921 Cadogan St.

The top business light display this year is Woodgrove Pines Clinic at 6135 Metral Dr.

The 17 light displays to make the chamber’s list for 2017:

6369 Icarus Dr.

6285 Groveland Dr.

6148 Somerside Pl.

6135 Metral Dr.

4316 Ashbury Pl.

3361 Bournemouth Rd.

3341 Bournemouth Rd.

3726 Victoria Ave.

3319 Savannah Pl.

2631 Beaver Creek Cres.

1040 Nelson St.

921 Cadogan St.

520 Churchill Ave.

143 Pryde Ave.

435 Fourth St.

544 Weber St.

1481 Extension Rd.

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