Of course we know that the Berkshires' holiday season of 2020 will, like everything else this year, be like nothing we've seen before. Perhaps you'll have to make necessary adjustments when celebrating for the holidays. For example, you may not be able to have the traditional family gathering in order to ensure the safety of your relatives. But one thing that doesn't have to change is Berkshire County's holiday spirit.

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, people are putting up their lights and looking toward brighter times ahead, literally. And why not? We all can show our spirit of the season with holiday light displays. This year, they are more important than ever because they can be safely viewed from the street keeping you safely socially distanced.

We've been receiving photo submission for our "Light Up The Berkshires" contest from towns all throughout Berkshire County but we want to see more and we want to see yours.

You have until 5pm on Friday, Dec. 18 to get your photo entry to us for inclusion in the contest and a shot at $1,000 thanks to us and our co-sponsors including Greylock Federal Credit UnionJ Smegal Roofing and GuttersAnimal Inn of the Berkshires and Berkshire Meadows. The winner will be announced on-air Monday morning, Dec. 21.

Take a look at some of Berkshire County's best holiday light displays below.

'Light Up The Berkshires Holiday Lights' Photo Entries

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