PHOTOS: Winter Night Lights makes Agassiz merry and bright

Santa visited with dozens of children throughout the first weekend events of Winter Night Lights on Saturday, Dec. 3. (Adam Louis/Observer)Santa visited with dozens of children throughout the first weekend events of Winter Night Lights on Saturday, Dec. 3. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Even The Observer was all decked out in its holiday best. (Adam Louis/The Observer)Even The Observer was all decked out in its holiday best. (Adam Louis/The Observer)
Pioneer Park was all lit up in holiday colours. (Adam Louis/The Observer)Pioneer Park was all lit up in holiday colours. (Adam Louis/The Observer)
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(Adam Louis/The Observer)(Adam Louis/The Observer)
The Prospera Holiday Train was full during Winter Night Lights on Saturday, Dec. 3. (Adam Louis/The Observer)The Prospera Holiday Train was full during Winter Night Lights on Saturday, Dec. 3. (Adam Louis/The Observer)
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The Agassiz-Harrison Museum was packed with families visiting Santa’s workshop and speaking to Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick himself. (Adam Louis/The Observer)The Agassiz-Harrison Museum was packed with families visiting Santa’s workshop and speaking to Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick himself. (Adam Louis/The Observer)
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(Adam Louis/The Observer)(Adam Louis/The Observer)
A table at the Agassiz-Harrison Museum is decorated in the style of a traditional Christmas dinner. (Adam Louis/The Observer)A table at the Agassiz-Harrison Museum is decorated in the style of a traditional Christmas dinner. (Adam Louis/The Observer)
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(Adam Louis/The Observer)(Adam Louis/The Observer)
The Grinch was making his way around Agassiz, visiting with kids and taking pictures. (Adam Louis/The Observer)The Grinch was making his way around Agassiz, visiting with kids and taking pictures. (Adam Louis/The Observer)

Blustery, frigid weather did nothing to extinguish the bright holiday spirit in Agassiz on Saturday (Dec.3) night. Winter Night Lights was in full swing this past weekend.

Local families enjoyed lights displays all along Pioneer Avenue and in Pioneer Park, leading up to the Agassiz-Harrison Museum, where Santa Claus himself visited with dozens of children. The cheeky Grinch was seen stalking around and causing a bit of silly trouble for the kids.

Other events included the Prospera Mini Passenger Train, airbrush tattoos and live music from Richard Tichleman and Mercer Munn.

For those who might have missed out on last weekend’s fun, worry not. Winter Night Lights’ special events continue this Saturday, Dec. 10, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., and the light displays will be up until the end of the month.


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