Lights decorate the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre’s Museum of Nature at last year’s Magical Nights of Light. The event returns for a second year starting this Friday

Magical Nights of Light back for a second year in Errington

The event runs every Friday and Saturday night up to, and including, Dec. 18 nd then again Dec. 20-21

The North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre (1240 Leffler Rd., Errington) is hosting its second annual Magical Nights of Light starting Nov. 25.

The event runs every Friday and Saturday night up to, and including, Dec. 18 and then again Dec. 20-21. The display is from 6-8 p.m.

There will be free hot chocolate and pictures with Santa, so don’t forget to bring a camera.

Keep an eye out for all kinds of special characters roaming the grounds.

Since last year, more displays have been added to the learning centre.

NIWRA’s Magical Nights of Light is a gift to the community, thanking them for their support throughout the year.

Admission is by donation with all funds going directly to the care of the animals that enter the centre and to its educational programs.

For more information, visit their website or call 250-248-8534.

— Submitted by NIWRA

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