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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".
Bring your friends and family out for a fun evening of entertainment, treats, and lots of community spirit! "Ignition" is held in Georgetown, the site of the original "Tree of Hope" and is the start of an entire month of sparkling trees and lighting displays depicting the winter season. Come out early to take advantage of this opportunity to be part of something spectacular!
At 7:00PM all the lights will be turned on! Not only will the trees light up but so will the eyes of children and adults alike - it's truly wonderful! Walk around the park with a hot chocolate and other treats and take in all the spectacular displays. Santa Claus joins us to see the lights go on, too! Join us on December 1 and help us "Light Up The Hills"!
NEW for 2018! Gerry & Lori's What's Cookin' Christmas Cookbook. Only $5.00 gets you some of Gerry and Lori's favourite Christmas recipes in a beautiful little booklet, and these ladies sure know how to cook, bake, roast, saute and everything in between. All proceeds from the sale of these cookbooks go towards Light Up The Hills. A great stocking stuffer! Get your signed copy at these local retailers, as well:
Halton Hills Public Library, Georgetown Branch, 9 Church St, Georgetown
Halton Hills Public Library, Acton Branch, School Lane, Hwy 7, Acton
Foodstuffs – 80 Main Street, Georgetown
Dini & Co – 56 Main Street, Georgetown
The Independent Free Press Office – 280 Guelph St, Georgetown
Georgetown Lotto – 280 Guelph Street, Georgetown Marketplace Mall, Guelph Street
For 2017 we have Three Trees of Hope. Come and join us for ignition night in Georgetown, Acton or Glen Williams. Or all three!