NONA Lights for Kids

NONA Lights for Kids with the John Christmas Light Tour!​

Welcome back to the 3rd annual NONA Lights for Kids with the John Christmas Light Tour 2023.

This year you can tour the homes in Vernon, Coldstream, and Armstrong from December 1st – December 31st. Don’t miss all the wonderful homes in the valley!

The tour maps will be available by the end of November on

Local artist Nancy Wilde is behind the impressive design.

***NEW*** Online silent auction

Opens at 9 am on November 28th to 8 pm on Friday, December 8th.
Sign up for our newsletter here to receive the link to the online silent auction on November 27th.

Join us on Saturday, December 16th.

Visit NONA with your family between 5 pm and 7 pm to view the Christmas light installation, and say hi to Santa and his helpers.

There will be many prizes and giveaways including 2 Village Green Shopping Centre gift cards worth $200 each that will be given to 2 random cars and a $25 gift certificate to Match Eatery and Public House for the first 50 cars!


There are a variety of ways to support NONA Child Development Centre and this event.

  • Donate
    Donate today and support our children with special needs
  • Silent Auction Items
    We are looking for silent auction items. Items with a value of $50 or more can be donated to NONA. Please contact to arrange pick-up or drop-off.
  • Sponsorship
    There are many children in our community with special needs who can use a little extra help and guidance from trained professionals and a dedicated staff. Everyday NONA’s staff works with children and their families to provide just that.

or contact Helen Armstrong, Executive Director NONA, at or Gina Watson, Event Manager, at

Thank you to our sponsors.

Title Sponsor

The Coldstream and Armstrong Tour Sponsor

Lights for Kids 2023 Sponsors


  • Jeremy Schaffner
  • Pam Cormier
  • Helen Armstrong

Connect with us.

2802 34 Street, Vernon, BC V1T 5X1

Phone: 250-549-1281
Fax: 250-549-3771

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Our Mission:

To strengthen the abilities of children with special needs and to enhance opportunities for them to participate in their community.