Leduc Country Lights
2021 

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December 1st through January 1st 
(Closed Christmas Day December 25)

Hours:
Lights are on from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm


Please dress children appropriately for winter weather


Feel free to bring strollers and sleds for children


Dogs are welcome (must be on a leash)


Washrooms are available on site

Santa Visits

Come see Santa from 4:00pm to 9:00pm

and warm up with free hot chocolate on;


December 1, 2, 3,

December 8, 9, 10,

December 15, 16, 17, 

December 21, 22, 23


NOTICE: Santa will not be visiting when temperatures are below -20C

Directions

From Leduc;

Head West on Highway 39, at Range Road 260 turn south, drive to Township Road 492 (parking lot entrance will be on the left)

Or take Highway 39 at Range Road 255 turn south and drive to Township Road 492 turn right towards Range Road 260 (Parking access is on the right)


Glen Park Road Access:

Take Highway 2 south of Leduc to Glen Park Road Exit 508, head west (right) 3.9 km to Range Road 260 turn north (right). Head north for 3.7 km to Township Road 492 (Parking access in just passed 492 on the right)


Look for signs on highway 39 and Glen Park Road

We enjoy having everyone visit our lights there are a few guidelines that we ask you to follow when visiting Leduc Country Lights
- Stay on Designated Walkways
- Please Do not touch lights
- Respect all Christmas characters and volunteers
- Anyone not following the rules will be asked to leave

Donations

Donations of food accepted for the Leduc Food Bank.

https://www.ldfb.ca/


Monetary Donations are being accepted for the Leduc Boys & Girls Club.

https://www.bgcleduc.com/



Leduc Boys & Girls Club

I HAVE NEVER SEEN SO MUCH CHRISTMAS!!

Sponsors

Leduc Country Lights would like to thank the following Sponsors for their generosity in supporting this event;

The LDFB is a community driven and supported organization that relies on community donations and volunteer support in order to provide short term assistance to an approximate population of 85,000 people. We were created so that those in the community/region in need had relief of food insecurity. We are here to work alongside with other helping agencies and to help fill a gap when needed.

Our founding member, Charles Klass started the food bank in his garage in the spring of 1981 when he saw a need during the recession of the early 80’s. The community rallied around Charles and the food bank grew as the demand on its services was recognized. The LDFB was incorporated in February of 1984 as a registered society with charitable status.

The LDFB had moved 4 times before it negotiated a rent-to-own purchase agreement July 1, 2001 and settled into its 49th Ave location. Full ownership was achieved on August 20th 2007. In 2018, this building was sold, and the food bank purchased a larger warehouse and office space.


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Kinsmen Club of Leduc - the Leduc Kinsmen are a group of male volunteers who use their experience from every walk of life to assist the organization in various fundraising efforts, in order to reinvest the funding back into the community. We currently have 25 active members.

The Kinsmen are a branch from Kin Canada. Kin Clubs are the country’s largest all Canadian service groups made up of active community volunteers. We work together to serve the communities' greatest needs by promoting service, fellowship, family values, and national pride.

A very large thank you to all the volunteers, sponsors, helpers and everyone who has come out to enjoy the lights. We love putting this on every year and hope to keep doing it as long as we can. Thank You!

~ the Ruel Family