After over a month, the second-annual Valley of Lights is coming to a close, as Saturday will be the last day the public will be able to view the beautifully lit Winter Wonderland Wakamow Valley.
Saturday might be the best day to go and walk the display, as the forecasted temperature is expected to be zero degrees.
The Winter Wonderland exhibit features over 80 decorated Christmas trees and over 100,000 lights.
Henry, the 17-foot illuminated moose that was revealed at this year’s Grey Cup, is also on display.
People can check out the Valley of Lights from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., on both Friday and Saturday.
Admission is a small donation of only $10 per car or truck. Limos, buses, and other large vehicles will be a modest admission donation of $50.00. The WVA asks that limos and paratransit buses book their vehicle prior to arrival. The paratransit buses will be a donation of $5.00 per person too.
The WVA also asks that the public either prepay to receive a ticket or pay with cash on arrival. Prepayments can be made at the Wakamow Valley Office.
For more information on the Valley of Lights, click here.