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Light Up The Hills Halton Region

December 1

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

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Date:
December 1
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
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Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map

Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community. Enjoy a walk through the parks as they are illuminated by Christmas light displays.

Date & Time: Dec 1st – Dec 31st, 2022

Price: This walk through experience is FREE.

Venue: Georgetown: Located in the beautiful Dominion Gardens Park (135 Maple Avenue, Halton Hills, ON, Canada) , this is the site of the first Tree of Hope in 2008. The park comes alive with thousands of lights decorating both trees and lighting displays.

While your in Georgetown, check out Lambert’s Lights. Checkout our Full Guide to Christmas Light House Displays.

Lambert’s home, located at 14 Johnson Crescent in Georgetown, 20 minutes west of Toronto, features more than 45,000 lights intricately choreographed to festive music with a techno beat. The display uses nearly 1,000 meters of extension cord, 230 dimmer channels, 26,000 LEDs and more than 10,000 mini lights. Visitors are able to tune their car radios to an FM radio signal to hear the synchronized music. Music is broadcast via FM radio at 104.9 FM. Money Raised is donated to Georgetown Hospital Foundation. 

Details

Date:
December 1
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Downtown Georgetown
8 James Street
Georgetown, ON Canada
+ Google Map
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