Looking for some holiday fun this winter in Lethbridge? The pandemic makes things difficult, but not impossible. There are a few outdoor and indoor activities you can enjoy if you can brave the cold. Some go on clear into January, and others arrive just in time for each Holiday, so there is more to do than you might think. Continue reading for some suggestions we found that we think you might like.
Winter Light Festival Open Night
Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden
Mayor Magrath Dr. S & 9Ave S
Most Weeknight and Weekday Evenings December 2020 – January 20th 2021
Reserve tickets are required, as well as face masks and social distancing, but you can enjoy the winter lights, ice sculptures, and beautiful landscaping all while learning about Japanese culture and traditions related to the winter months. For more information visit https://nikkayuko.com/index.asp
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Winter Season at the Fort
200 Indian Battle Park Road Lethbridge AB
Dec. 05–06 11:00–4:00 PM, Dec. 12–13 11:00–4:00 PM, Dec. 19–23 11:00–4:00 PM
Come have some true winter fun with sleigh and wagon rides (weather permitting), an outdoor fire, traditional gifts, crafts, and more. To keep everyone safe, masks will be required and tickets will be limited to 10 per hour. Book times at fort.galtmuseum.com/visit
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Lethbridge Handmade Market *Holi-Yay Edition*
3401 Parkside Dr. S, Lethbridge, AB T1J 4R3
December 12, 2020 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
The title explains it all, and there isn’t much else to say. If you want to buy and sell handmade crafts, this is the ultimate destination this December in Lethbridge.
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Virtual Christmas Events
Looking for more? Consider trying some virtual Christmas events. There are ways to do virtual visits with Santa, take virtual holiday light tours, watch classic holiday theatrical performances, and so much more. It might take a bit of digging, but there has never been a better year to look for virtual fun for the holidays.