A picture, above, taken near the entrace to Upper Canada Village on Saturday evening show’s the rear of Cook’s Tavern at Upper Canada Village and the brightly lit village church. Below left, a picket fence is adorned with hundreds of lights in this photo of the main street in the village. Below right, the brightly lit church stand out in the evening sky next to other buildings. Bottom right, passengers line up for a ride on the villages replica toy engine just outside the village.
By Greg Kielec Visitors flocked to Upper Canada Village for the final night of Alight at Night Sat- urday. The 11th annual event at the historic village near Morrisburg featured more than half a million adorning buildings, trees and fences of Upper Canada Village. New this year was the the dramatic state- of-the-art Wall Washer lighting, showcas- ing each of the Village’s buildings in its own “best light”. There were also rides through Crysler Park on the village’s replica toy steam engine and the popular music and light display. Also featured was a new out- door festival food court, featuring warm cin- namon rolls fresh from the Village Bakery. Attendance figures were not yet available by press time. Check our website at www.editionap.ca for more photos. Serene beauty at historic village
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