Christmas is almost here… My favourite part about Christmastime are the lights.  I love driving down a street at night and seeing the houses all lit up. There’s something really magical about it! So when I heard about the Uxbridge Fantasy of Lights, I  knew it’s something I would love to attend, and I knew I had to spread the word to anyone else out there who loves to see the lights during Christmas.

What Is the Uxbridge Fantasy of Lights?

The Uxbridge Fantasy of Lights is in its 8th year and is hosted by the Optimist Club of Uxbridge. Local businesses, organizations, schools, churches, groups etc., create a LED light display for everyone to enjoy. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, residents and visitors will drive or walk through Elgin Park in the evening to enjoy the displays.

Anyone is welcome to create a LED display. Participants wishing to do so must register and provide contact information. There is no fee for setting up a LED display but donations from everyone are welcome.

What’s the Purpose?

  • To offer a family oriented celebration of the Holiday Season in Uxbridge
  • Increase public awareness of your business or community group
  • Optimists will collect donations from the public to support their work with the youth of Uxbridge

Key Dates and Times

Display Setup: Saturday, Nov 28 — 10am to 4pm; Sunday, Nov 29 — 10am to 4pm; Saturday, Dec 5 — 10am to 4pm; Sunday, Dec 6 — 10am to 4pm

Opening Night: Saturday, Dec 12 –at 6pm

Event Duration: Dec 12 to Jan 3 — 6pm to 9:30pm

Tear Down: Jan 9 to 10 — 10am to 4pm

If you are interested in setting up a LED display or attending the event, check out  for registration and other important information.

About the Author

Wendy Chiavalon is the Editor-in-Chief of The Local Biz Magazine. She lives in Ajax with her family. She loves watching Pixar movies, salsa dancing, road trips and of course, baking and eating cakes (who wouldn’t)?! In her spare time, she doubles as a cake decorator, baking and decorating cakes and other goodies for special occasions. You can check out some of her work at and follow her on Facebook at