BIA president elf Angie Delainey with one of the amazing cakes that will go to some lucky winner in the Winter Lights Festival's Old Fashioned Christmas Cakewalk Commercials (entry is just a Loonie) Saturday

BIA president elf Angie Delainey with one of the amazing cakes that will go to some lucky winner in the Winter Lights Festival's Old Fashioned Christmas Cakewalk Commercials (entry is just a Loonie) Saturday

Amazing cakes donated for Winter Lights Festival cakewalks

An amazing array of 56 cakes in all sorts of fanciful configurations were donated for the Winter Lights Festival Cakewalk Commercials.

An amazing array of 56 cakes in all sorts of fanciful configurations were donated for the Cakewalk Commercials taking place tonight and tomorrow at the Winter Lights Festival in downtown Williams Lake.

A total of 31 of the cakes will be up for grabs in the cakewalks taking place Saturday, Dec. 5 from 2 to 6 p.m. (just a Loonie entry) in the Family Community Centre at 370 Proctor Street Adjacent to Red Tomato Pies.

Over at the Kids Activity Centre at 41 First Ave. South next to Realm of Toys they are making Christmas ornaments out of all kinds of materials, colouring Christmas pages, and stamping newsprint paper to make homemade wrapping paper in keeping with the BIA’s Country Christmas theme.

At the Festival Family Centre at 180 Yorston Street (former Eloquence Spa) children and adults are making lanterns for the Santa Claus Parade coming up Saturday evening from 6 to 7 p.m.

People are coming in their pjs tonight at the Santa Centre (Potato House) to take pictures in an old fashioned setting.

Storytelling sessions are taking place at the Potato House, library, and Open Book Saturday.

For the full list of Winter Lights activities, including storytelling sessions for children, selfie and professional photo opportunities, do it yourself workshops with local businesses, and more pick up a Winter Lights Festival booklet at the Festival Information Hub, at the BIA office corner of Third Avenue and Oliver Streets.

And don’t forget to drop by Spirit Square Spirit Square between 3 and 5:30 p.m. Saturday for a visit with the Timber Kings who will be “burning the brand” souvenirs on wood rounds.

The festival activities are getting rave reviews tonight from families.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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