Yes! The lights are coming on for our 14th annual winter lighting festival from December 1 to January 3 from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. every day!

This year, once again, we will not be holding our large December 1st Ignition Opening Ceremony so that everyone remains safe and we can look forward to gathering together again in 2022. The lights WILL still be lit for you and your family and friends to enjoy at Dominion Gardens Park in Georgetown, Shelagh Law Parkette in Glen Williams and Acton Sports Park in Acton. There is no charge to visit any of the parks and you do not need to make a reservation. 


We appreciate your support of this community initiative by purchasing draw tickets (check out the awesome prizes to be won!) , ordering or renewing a Memory Ball to remember a loved one or by making a donation. Light Up The Hills is a registered non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers. 


Keep safe, happy and healthy, 


From the Light Up The Hills Volunteers

Communities

We have Three Trees of Hope. Come and join us for ignition night in Georgetown, Acton or Glen Williams.​ Or all three! ​
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Our Sponsors

Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! Our sponsors are important to us and have helped make a difference in our communities. 
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Memory Balls

​​Remember a loved one with a beautiful glass ball placed on a Memory Tree in Dominion Gardens Park. 


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A Winter Festival in Halton Hills!



​​​​​Embracing the essence of Joy, the spirit of Giving & the season of Hope, by contributing to HALTON HILLS’ reputation as a friendly, family community.




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We really can't do this without you.

Your donations and sponsorships are sincerely appreciated. 


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Volunteers are the cornerstone of this event. Make your time count! Adults and youth are welcome.


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About Light Up The Hills 

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Volunteer

Light Up the Hills Chair, Gerry Kentner, envisioned a tree covered in sparkling lights to be shared with the whole community. A "Tree of Hope". 
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