There’s more to a Calgary church going this holiday season than just being in a good mood.
Despite the challenges posed by the ongoing pandemic, the Community of Legacy has continued to develop this year’s light indicator.
A publication by the Legacy Residents Association, which has been putting up the display in partnership with WestCreek Developments since 2015, says that the 2020 display will run from November 16 to January 10 and over a million Christmas lights can be placed across the community from convenience (and the safety) of a vehicle or during a physically distant walk.
Parks, playgrounds, trees, the Legacy Bell Tower and model houses are illuminated with carefully curated colors to create a stunning presentation.
The 2020 version also adds tunnels of light, a giant Christmas tree and two public ice rinks for this picturesque winter skate.
The Legacy Community Association is hosting a fundraiser in early December that encourages those who want to enjoy the light display to donate and enjoy a special Light Up The Pond display hosted by residents of the Legacy Ponds.
Legacy is Calgary’s southernmost community and is located on the Macleod Trail.