The Ecole Mountainview choir under the direction of Fiona Robertson provided musical entertainment Dec. 7 at the Festival of Lights held at George Little Park.

Festival of Lights brightens George Little Park

Crisp, cold and clear night helped set the atmosphere for family entertainment

A CRISP, cold and still night set the stage Dec. 7 for family enjoyment at the Festival of Lights held at George Little Park.

Hot chocolate, supplied by the Salvation Army mobile kitchen, kept people warm while Bonhomme, the RCMP safety bear and the fire department mascot circulated among the crowd.

Fire department and other emergency vehicles were lit up for the occasion as well and a bonfire kept people warm.

For those intent on creating a craft, there was gingerbread decorating in the library.

Even Santa paid a visit, stopping frequently for photographs.

And there was musical entertainment thanks to the Ecole Mountainview school choir.

 

 

 

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