Festival of Lights work party coming up Nov. 2

Volunteers are needed Nov. 2 in Ladysmith to help hang lights to get the town ready for Light Up.

The Festival of Lights Society is hosting a community work party Sunday, Nov. 2.

The society is asking all Ladysmith businesses to make sure they have all their Christmas lights up and turned on for the work party.

Firefighters, bucket trucks and volunteers will be available to help with bulb replacement if contacted on time. If you need help with bulb replacement, call 250-245-5888 by Oct. 27.

Volunteers are needed Sunday, Nov. 2, starting at 9 a.m., to hang, tie, hold, carry and plug in lights and get the town ready for Light Up.

If you can help, please call 250-245-5888 or 250-245-2263 or meet at the 49th Parallel Grocery upper parking lot at 9 a.m.

If you know someone with a bucket truck or ladder truck, please invite them too.

This year, Light Up will be taking place Thursday, Nov. 27.


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