Holiday Cheer Across Canada
Enjoy this winter with some festive activities in your area. Here are just a few of the events happening in Canada.
British Columbia: Enjoy a sleigh ride through the mystical alpine forest to Santa’s workshop and skate on the 8,000 sq ft mountaintop Ice Skating Pond during Peak of Christmas on Grouse Mountain.
Alberta: Groves Christmas Lights in Lethbridge Alberta are planning 14,000 mini-lights and 500 regular Christmas lights in their 3rd largest display. The event starts Friday, December 2 at 7pm.
Saskatchewan: Take the Enchanted Forest Holiday Light Tour in support of the Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation. This attraction is open from November 18 – January 8, 2012.
Manitoba: Festival of Trees & Lights is happening at the Manitoba Hydro Gallery in Winnipeg. Between November 25 and December 11, visitors will be able to enjoy the spectacular lights for free.
Ontario: From December 1st until January 7, 2012, 300,000 LED Christmas lights glow at over 60 sites in downtown Ottawa. Parliament Hill is a must-see.
Quebec: Revel in Quebec City’s unique winter charms as the city comes alive with holiday spirit between December 22 and January 4, 2012. This year, during QuebecAdabra, you can live the enchantment of the holiday season.
New Brunswick: Visit the small town of St. Andrews By-The-Sea to experience an old-fashioned Christmas.
Nova Scotia: Stop by Danny Hopkins’ place in Halifax to watch his annual light show. His show is timed to the music of the local radio station 106.9.
Newfoundland & Labrador: Bay Roberts Festival of Lights is a collection of community events that celebrate all things Christmas. The festival boasts two Santa parades, one during the day and one at night.
Prince Edward Island: North Rustico transforms into a Christmas village during the last week of November and all its residents are encouraged to create the biggest displays of Christmas lights possible.
Wishing you and your loved ones a safe and happy holiday season!
Adrian King - Century 21 United Realty Inc. Norwood Branch