Candy canes were used to mark a path to a home on Nixon Road in Trout Creek. Numerous homes in the Summerland neighbourhood have holiday lights displays set up. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

Candy canes were used to mark a path to a home on Nixon Road in Trout Creek. Numerous homes in the Summerland neighbourhood have holiday lights displays set up. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

Trout Creek holds holiday lights quest

Summerland neighbourhood organizes search with riddles to solve

The Trout Creek neighbourhood in Summerland will show off its holiday lights through the Great Trout Creek Christmas Light Quest.

The event begins on Friday, Dec. 18.

Participants can visit the Great Trout Creek Christmas Light Quest page on Facebook beginning Dec. 18. There, they can find riddles to solve, in order to find the decorated homes int he Summerland neighbourhood.

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Heather Pescada, organizer of the event, has organized holiday lights contests in the past. This year, however, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, she chose the lights quest with riddles.

“Since we are supposed to be staying safe and away from others, I thought this would be some thing fun and cheerful for people to do with their family,” she said.

She added that the quest is a way to discover some of the displays that might otherwise go unnoticed in the neighbourhood.

“Trout Creek has so many beautiful light displays and some are hidden gems at dead end streets that most people miss. This way people can have fun figuring out the riddles and all great homes will be seen.”

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