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Saturday, November 30, 2019
We are sorry to have to announce that, while the lights will still "ignite" at 7:00PM on Sunday, December 1, the rest of the Light Up The Hills festivities are cancelled for this year.
Due to a major winter storm being forecast for tomorrow night, December 1, with freezing rain, ice pellets, snow and high winds, the organizers have had to make a hard decision to cancel the festivities.
Canadians are a hardy bunch, but our volunteers put in hours of work on December 1 and to do so much of it in horrible weather, is asking a lot. Although they're so awesome they probably would...and even smile while doing it! We don't want to risk anyone's safety, including you and your family, our volunteers, the performers, and our wonderful sponsors. Stay home, stay warm, stay safe.
The lights will still go on at 7:00PM in Georgetown, Acton and Glen Williams so if you want to brave the elements, they'll be shining through the snow and sleet and may even sparkle more brilliantly because of it!
Our apologies for any inconvenience and we thank you for your understanding.
THE LIGHT UP THE HILLS TEAM
We have Three Trees of Hope. Come and join us for ignition night in Georgetown, Acton or Glen Williams. Or all three!
Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! Our sponsors are important to us and have helped make a difference in our communities.
Thank you to the following businesses and individuals for their awesome images of Light Up the Hills events!
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".
If you have a photo of Light Up The Hills that you'd like us to feature, please get in touch!