Port Angeles: Chamber seeking bright holiday lights

LOS ANGELES — Planning a stunning light display for the holidays?

The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce wants your address for a map that will be published in the Peninsula Daily News on Dec. 2 and Dec. 9 showing the city’s decorated homes.

There is also a contest, sponsored by the PDN and Coldwell Banker Uptown Realty, with prizes for best use of lights, most creative use of lights and best overall.

To nominate a home –yours or someone else’s — send the address, including the nearest cross street), a description of the display and the name and phone number of the decorator(s) to NorthWest Harbor Holiday Lights, Port Angles Chamber of Commerce, 121 E. Railroad Ave., Port Angeles WA 98362.

Alternately, phone the information to 360-452-2363, e-mail it to [email protected], or fax it to 457-5380.

Also, let the chamber know if the neighborhood is working together on a theme.

The deadline is Monday, Nov. 26.

Your lights might not be up by then, but tell the chamber if you have big plans.

More in News

The Port Angeles School District is expected to sell its former administrative services building to Olympic Medical Center in February. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)
Olympic Medical Center buying school’s site

Building across from courthouse

Kathy Ryan checks on salad greens at the Quimper Grange food-bank garden, one of 10 plots that provided thousands of pounds to local food banks last year. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Food bank gardens in a growth spurt

Expansion in works for Food Bank Farm Gardens

One place where COVID-19 testing is available in Port Angeles is the Olympic Medical Center drive-up testing facility at the former Wells Fargo Bank at Front and Race streets. Intake forms must be filed out before testing is done. The form can be found at www.olympicmedical.org/services/covid-19-services. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
Peninsula COVID-19 cases grow by 407 over weekend

Peak expected in about two weeks

Navy plans security exercise

Naval Magazine Indian Island will conduct security training exercises… Continue reading

Vacancy opens on board formerly known as SARC

The Clallam County Park & Recreation District No. 1 has… Continue reading

Sequim’s Kiwanis Club disbands, joins Port Angeles group

Last grants support local organizations

DOT cancels overnight Hood Canal Bridge closures for fourth time

New closures set for next week; if those are canceled, disruption will be scheduled for following week

Mark Willis enjoys a day at the beach with granddaughter Bryn in 2020. (Willis/Harrington family)
Former Sequim schools administrator recovering after strokes

The family of a fixture of Sequim schools is raising… Continue reading

Port Townsend City Manager John Mauro.
Work plan for Port Townsend lacks workers

Staffing, bidding a challenge

Most Read