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UPDATED MAP: Christmas lights in and around Penticton for your viewing pleasure

PENTICTON - Taking in the Christmas light displays around town is a great way to spend an evening, and we've put together a map to help you do just that.

We did our best to find some of the best areas of the city for Christmas lights and compiled them into this handy map. So fill up the gas tank, grab your hot cocoa, turn up the holiday tunes as you enjoy a jaunt around Penticton.

If we missed any displays you think should be included please let us know in the comments section below, and send in any pictures you have so we can help spread the holiday cheer. We will update the map and the address list below as we receive them.

Driving tour starting at the waterfront (addresses with * have been confirmed by

SS Sicamous
Front Street
Main Street
Orchard Avenue
Eckhardt Avenue and Martin Street
Granby Avenue
Huth Avenue
Atkinson Street
McGraw Street
2747 Paris St.
Blairmore Crescent
505 Pineview Rd.
Wiltse Flats area
Maccleave Avenue
Carmi Avenue at Columbia Street
Dewdney Crescent
Duncan Avenue
1588 Hatfield Ave.
1165 Kilwinning St.
1458 Penticton Ave.
501 Edna Ave.

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