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Heritage parade of lights Show

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Heritage parade of lights Show

Time: November 14, 2015 to November 15, 2015
Location: Country Heritage Park
City/Town: Milton
Event Type: show
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: Nov 5, 2015

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Event Description

Country Heritage Park volunteers and guests present their annual Parade of Lights event on Saturday and Sunday 14th & 15th of November. Join a parade of vintage farm tractors and machinery decorated with festive lights. Parade visitors have the opportunity be shuttled around the park on beautifully lit wagons and are able to admire the lights show on several of the parks heritage buildings. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be on hand along with some of their helpers along refreshments in the Gambrel Barn. No charge admission – Donations to the Parks Event fund would be sincerely appreciated.

Guests can register their decorated vintage tractor or vehicle by contacting Helen Kennedy: phone 905 878 8151 Ext 10 or helen@countryheritagepark.com or register on-line www.countryheritagepark.com.

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