Holiday season lights up the community

Christmas lights from all over the area are on display for a few more weeks, we found some good ones to see 

VANCOUVER — Christmas and the new year are right around the corner, and there are only a few more weeks of those beautiful holiday lights that warm the streets of our community with their glow. 

The 200 Block of West 42nd St. Photo by Mike Schultz
The 200 Block of West 42nd St. Photo by Mike Schultz

We toured around the length and breadth of Clark County to bring you visuals of some of our favorite spots to check out the seasonal mastery of homeowners’ Christmas light displays. 

From Woodland neighbors, to Ridgefield houses, to cozy east Vancouver homes, to the famous, historic holiday decorated abodes of the downtown Couve, take a virtual tour and find the one you and your family would love to visit this holiday season. 

Whether it’s been your tradition for years, or you’re considering starting for the first time, the Christmas light drives will always be memorable.

From all of us at ClarkCountyToday.com, have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We’ll see you all soon in 2020!  

453 Washington St. in Woodland. Photo by Mike Schultz
453 Washington St. in Woodland. Photo by Mike Schultz
511 North Main Ave. in Ridgefield. Photo by Mike Schultz
511 North Main Ave. in Ridgefield. Photo by Mike Schultz
1514 East 33rd St. in Vancouver. Photo by Mike Schultz
1514 East 33rd St. in Vancouver. Photo by Mike Schultz
The famous 11806 SE Riverridge Dr. in Vancouver. Photo by Mike Schultz
The famous 11806 SE Riverridge Dr. in Vancouver. Photo by Mike Schultz
The famous 11806 SE Riverridge Dr. in Vancouver. Photo by Mike Schultz
The famous 11806 SE Riverridge Dr. in Vancouver. Photo by Mike Schultz
Columbia and West 41st St. in Vancouver. Photo by Mike Schultz
Columbia and West 41st St. in Vancouver. Photo by Mike Schultz
Columbia and West 41st St. in Vancouver. Photo by Mike Schultz
Columbia and West 41st St. in Vancouver. Photo by Mike Schultz


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About The Author

Jacob Granneman is a filmmaker and writer from Clark County. He is a graduate of WSU Pullman’s Edward R. Murrow College where he studied journalism and media production. He has produced documentary stories all over the Pacific Northwest and abroad in Argentina. He has won a regional Emmy and Mark of Excellence award from the Society of Professional Journalists for his film work. His passions range from sharing the love of Jesus, to cinematography, to going on adventures in the most beautiful place on earth, i.e. his backyard. He lives with his wife and son in Vancouver, WA. Proverbs 16:3

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