Lacombe’s annual Light Up the night began yesterday Nov. 26. The festival has moved mainly online this year but there are still many light displays to be enjoyed all over town.
After the Provincial Government announced the public state of emergency on Tuesday, some in-person events had to be cancelled.
This included the Under $100 Art Market, Skate with Buddy the Elf as well as the free movies and swimming.
Many retail businesses have extended their Moonlight Madness sales to accommodate the new restrictions.
The Reverse Santa Claus Parade has been created in place of the traditional parade that would normally take place. This will now be a drive-by display for residents to view from the safety of their vehicles.
The light display has 22 participants this year including five businesses and 17 residental homes. The participating businesses are Blindman Brewery, Breath Massage and Wellness, Vesta Energy, Joe Social Media and Burman University.
A full list and map is available on the Lacombe Regional Tourism website.