AROUND TOWN photos: Surrey Tree Lighting Festival at city hall plaza

Sights and sounds of Christmas filled the area on Saturday

Neezar the Elf jumps high in the air while wearing mini stilts (with spring devices in them) during Surrey's Tree Lighting Festival Saturday (Nov. 19) at Surrey City Hall Plaza.

SURREY — Sights and sounds of the Christmas season filled Surrey City Hall Plaza on Saturday (Nov. 19) during the annual Surrey Tree Lighting Festival.

A highlight of the day-long event was the lighting of a 55-foot tree in the middle of the plaza.

Musician Tyler Shaw was the headliner at the festival, which featured a wide variety of attractions.

CLICK HERE to see Gord Goble’s many photos of the festival posted to the Now’s Facebook page.

 

 

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