Light Up the Square

Light Up the Square

Presented by Rabba Fine Foods

Light Up the Square from 5pm to 9pm
Holiday Street Market from noon to 11pm

Join us as Celebration Square is transformed into a wintry wonderland at Light Up the Square. There will be skating, carousel rides, a pop up Holiday Street Market and plenty of cheer to go around.

Grab a bite from one of our tasty food trucks, and sing along with rising Canadian star Stella Rio, as she raises holiday spirits with her poppy mix of Christmas classics and new music to celebrate the season. Join Mayor Crombie and members of council as we light the tree for the first time this year.

Event Schedule

5 pm - Skate Party with DJ Adverb
6 pm - Culture Dance Pak
6:15 pm - Stella Rio
6:45 pm - The official Lighting of the Christmas Tree with Mayor Crombie, Members of Council and Santa
7 pm - The Fritz of Art
7:25 pm - Skate Party with DJ Adverb

Winter Wonderland Family Activities

Kids of all ages can meet Santa's reindeer at our reindeer pit stop or grab a photo with the big man in the red suit. Other activities include a Letters to Santa station, Crafts, Face Painting, roaming entertainers, an elves agility course and more.

Winter Wonderland Sponsors:
* Aerosports Trampoline Park
* Enersource
* Monkeynastix
* Panago Pizza
* Power Cheer
* RBC
* Skyzone
* Health and Healing Family Chiropractic

Saturday, November 19, 2016 - 7:00pm
Free Event

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