Downtown Vernon will get lit up this weekend.
The 25th Annual Light Up will take place along 30th Avenue Saturday from 5-8 pm
The Downtown Vernon Association, which is the event organizer, says over 50 vendors will be participating in Light Up with activities, food, entertainment and more.
“This is Vernon’s kick-off to the winter,” says Events and Promotions Coordinator, Dudley Coulter. “It’s a great way to fend off the cold and come together as a community while enjoying downtown’s unique character.”
This year, each block has one main attraction with other vendors and booths in between:
2900 Block: Colouring Contest by Wayside
3000 Block: Plasma Cars by Vernon Teach and Learn
3100 Block: Visits with Santa by iNFOnews.ca
3200 Block: Bonfire and marshmallow roast by Santa’s Anonymous
3300 Block: Food Truck Alley by Valley First
3400 Block: Ornament Decorating by Nature’s Fare
Vernon’s official Legacy Tree will light up at 5 pm at the corner of 30th Avenue and 35th Street.
You can view all participating vendors and an event map here: https://downtownvernon.com/things-to-do/holiday-light-up