CHRIS BUSH/THE NEWS BULLETIN Woodgrove Pines Wellness Clinic office assistants Lori Forzley, left, and Sabrina Wong, owner Dr. Stacey Scott and manager Karre Larson work at one of Nanaimo’s most festively decorated businesses. The Metral Drive clinic again made the Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce’s list of must-see light displays in this year’s Spirit of Christmas Holiday Light Up contest.

Nanaimo’s Christmas light contest winners chosen

Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce announces winners in holiday light-up contest

Santa Claus, when he’s arriving in his sleigh, won’t have any trouble spotting Nanaimo. Impressive Christmas light displays can be found in all areas of the city.

The Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce has selected its winners and runners-up in the Spirit of Christmas Light Up contest.

There were four winners in the residential category – 921 Cadogan St., 925 Cadogan St., 520 Churchill Ave., and 4311 Jingle Pot Rd. The two business winners were Ricky’s All-Day Grill at 6550 Island Highway N., and Woodgrove Pines Wellness Clinic at 6135 Metral Dr.

The News Bulletin held a contest in partnership with the chamber of commerce, and the people’s choice winner was 3361 Bournemouth Rd.

Here are the winners and runners-up in the Spirit of Christmas Light Up contest, listed in approximate north-to-south order:

  • 6369 Icarus Dr.
  • 6285 Groveland Dr.
  • 6148 Somerside Pl.
  • 6028 Waldbank Rd.
  • 6550 Island Highway N.
  • 6135 Metral Dr.
  • 5124 Broughton Pl.
  • 5152 Sam’s Way
  • 4316 Ashbury Pl.
  • 3361 Bournemouth Rd.
  • 107 Shammy’s Pl.
  • 3726 Victoria Ave.
  • 4311 Jingle Pot Rd.
  • 3319 Savannah Pl.
  • 3420 Galveston Pl.
  • 3429 Galveston Pl.
  • 2631 Beaver Creek Cres.
  • 2320 Whitney Rd.
  • 921 Cadogan St.
  • 925 Cadogan St.
  • 520 Churchill Ave.
  • 143 Pryde Ave.
  • 346 Warbler Pl.
  • 444 Bruce Ave.
  • 272 Applegreen Ave.
  • 1755 Harvest Pl.


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