Celebration of Lights
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"Must see if you're in Sarnia for Christmas"
December 2011 — "I have been going to the COL since before I can remember. The lights are so beautiful on the lake, and it just adds to the cheeriness of the festival. There are fireworks, a visit from Santa Claus (who always arrives in a fire truck) and horse drawn carriages. There are a few draw backs, though. It is easy to trip on the wires while walking on the pathway, there are basically the same lights every year and some things, like the carriage rides, cost money, though admission for looking at the lights is free. Overall, it is a great place to bring your kids near Christmas, because there is a giant Christmas tree made purely of lights, a little village of houses that kids can go into and explore and Santa. Also, before the lights turn on, there is a cute little Xmas themed recital on the stage. So much to do, and a classic Sarnia event. :D"
Visitors are invited to drive by or stroll through Sarnia's Centennial Park and view the over 180 displays featuring tens of thousands of coloured lights. Continue the tour through the Village of Point Edward south past the Sarnia Riverfront along the beautiful shoreline of the St. Clair River to Sombra.
- Sarnia Centennial Park Address: Front Street Sarnia ON