Mayor Terry Rysz

Fireworks finale to Christmas light-up

District kicks off the Christmas season with the annual parade and Christmas tree light-up on the evening of Saturday. Dec. 5.

  • Dec. 9, 2015 5:00 p.m.



 

The District of Sicamous kicked off the Christmas season with the annual parade and Christmas tree light-up on the evening of Saturday. Dec. 5. The Main Street parade, which included local emergency service personnel, businesses and others, ended at the Main Street Landing, where it was followed by the tree light up hosted by Mayor Terry Rysz, “Huggy” Shirley Holcomb and the Moose Mouse. Following the light-up, attendees were pleasantly surprised by a fireworks display also arranged by the district. Photos by Lachlan Labere

 

 

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