It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in YEG. To get in the Christmas spirit, we went for a stroll down Candy Cane Lane. This Edmonton neighborhood has become a family-favorite tradition over the years in our community. These lights and decoration display are located on the west end of the city (148th street between 100 Ave and 92 Ave.) You have until January 3rd to pack up the whole fam and check out this festive neighborhood. You can drive, walk or even book a horse drawn carriage ride to make your way down the lane. Bundle up, and get out there to make the most out of your white Christmas.
We’ve made a list of a couple other family-fun events happening in our city:
- Christmas Reflections – Fort Edmonton Park
- Edmonton Singing Christmas Tree – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
- Frostival in McCauley – McCauley Community
You could also grab some skates and head to the neighborhood outdoor rink or pick up a cup of hot chocolate from your favorite coffee shop around the corner. Spread the cheer, celebrate with neighbors and support local businesses and communities this holiday season.