Hundreds of Red Deerians and Central Albertans came out to take part in Red Deer’s Lights the Night event in 2018. Photo by Mamta Lulla/Advocate staff

Celebrate Red Deer Lights the Night Nov. 16

Red Deerians are invited downtown to celebrate the holiday season and see the annual light up of City Hall Park on Nov. 16.

The annual Red Deer Lights the Nightwill offer live entertainment by local musicians Jamie Woodfin and the Red Deer Royals Marching Show Band.

Participants can cosy up in the warming tent and shop in the winter market.

There will be plenty of activities for the kids and, of course, a visit from Santa at the free 4 to 7 p.m. event.

Free parking is available in the Sorenson Station Parkade until 8 p.m. Smoking and pets are not permitted within the event site.



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