This year, Loyalist Township looked to its heritage for inspiration and is returning Light Up the Season to its roots. The afternoon will include hayrides, cookies and hot chocolate, caroling, a theater performance from the Not So Amateur Amateurs, ornament making to decorate the Community Holiday tree, and a visit from some special Holiday helpers. Trees will be adorned with lights, which will be turned on for the first time on November 26 at Light up the Season and will be lit nightly until February 10.
Guests are encouraged to park at the W.J. Henderson Recreation Centre and catch the shuttle which will begin at 2:45pm. Parking at Fairfield Park is limited and will be reserved for accessibility.
In addition to Light up the Season, Loyalist Township has set up Community Holiday Trees at four additional Heritage locations throughout Loyalist Township. Schools, families, and organizations are invited to make decorations and add them to the trees. Trees are on the front steps of the Bath Museum, the Fairfield-Gutzeit House, the Babcock Mill and the Neilson Store Museum and Cultural Centre. We hope residents enjoy visiting these sites throughout December.
Please check Event Organizers Website and Social Platforms for ongoing details and updates. Subject to Covid-19 Protocol.
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