Hemet Valley Holiday Lights and Nativity Map

Photo by Daniel Partida / The Valley Chronicle
We understand Santa skipped this house because he decided they already have everything they need!

■ By Daniel Partida / Reporter

Christmas lights and nativity scenes are a great way to express the holiday spirit. We traveled the Hemet Valley to select the most impressive lighting displays. Please see the below map for noteworthy Christmas light displays. Also listed are addresses.

Photo by Daniel Partida / The Valley Chronicle
These penguins give this yard a jolly mood.
Photo by Daniel Partida / The Valley Chronicle
We’re not sure how this family climbed all the way up this tree to hang these. It’s a mystery!
Photo by Daniel Partida / The Valley Chronicle
Here’s a family that went all out. They may be paying their utility bill into next summer!
Photo by Daniel Partida / The Valley Chronicle
This display is a cross between Santa, Cinderella, the three little pigs, and Winnie-the Pooh. Go figure.
Photo by Daniel Partida / The Valley Chronicle
An angel watches over this nativity scene that even appears to have a live cow. How realistic is that!
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Among the many we found include the following: #1- 657 Lauresa Ln; #2-608 W Central Ave.; #3-201 W Whittier Ave.; #4- 4857 Mayberry Ave.; #5-487 W Whittier Ave.;
#6-3726 Tecumseh Ct.; #7-1719 Stoneside Dr.; #8-1590 Stoneside Dr.; #9-1620 Bluejay way; #10-4425 Rainbow View Way; #11-1500 Rexford Dr.; #12-1451 Nolette Ave.

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