Candy Cane Lane
Holiday Light Festival
The Festival returns for its 7th Year!
New displays throughout the Community. Check out the 380+ Participating Homes shown on our website map, located at the very bottom of this page. These homes are available for vehicle viewing. Please stay off Private Property.
The main site on Champ Crescent will be revamped this year with New Displays and the New Entrance Gate, in addition to the Concession Elf Hut providing Hot Beverages and Snacks. At this location ONLY, you can walk through Holiday Displays.
Limited Accessible Parking available on Weeknights. Parking for Tour Buses by Appointment Only during week nights. No Buses will be allowed stopping privileges in the middle of the street at any time.
This Year’s Beneficiaries are:
Souls Harbour Rescue Mission
NRG Community Grant Program
The CCLHLF Committee welcomes volunteers of all ages to participate as site Elves. Book your dates early by contacting Kris at firstname.lastname@example.org
The main site on Champ Crescent can be accessed using the East Entrance off 7th Avenue North. The mandatory counter-clockwise, One Way Traffic is to make the procession less congested while ensuring fast access by Emergency Vehicles for the benefit of visitors and residents alike. Please adhere to this requirement, supported by the City of Regina, Traffic Division.
2019 Main Site Open 6:30 to 9:00 pm Nightly
Walk through Displays
December 6th to 23rd.
The main site will be closed after the 23rd. Individual participant homes may have their light displays active beyond indicated dates and hours of operation. Weather conditions colder than -25 will require the main site to close or close early.
While there is no cost to tour the homes on the route, there is a Required Admission for entry into the main site on Champ Crescent that features the the “North Pole Village” Display as well as the back yard “Winter Wonderland” Display.
Free for Pets & Children under 2 years of Age
$1 for Children 2 – 14
$2 for Teens 14 – 17
$3 for Adults 60+
$4 for Adults 18 -59
Hot Chocolate, Coffee, Tea and Hot Apple Cider Available for $2 each, Courtesy of Ambassador Coffee.
Christmas Cookies 2 for $3, Courtesy of Tom’s Independent Grocer & Our Community Baking Team Headed by Roxanne Gallagher
For your convenience, we now accept Interac, Debit Flash, Apple Pay, Visa & Mastercard for payment of Admission, Concession Sales & Additional Voluntary Donations
We can no longer accept food donations at the main site and will be directing those wishing to donate such items for The Regina & District Food Bank to our community partner Tom’s Independent Grocer at Normanview Crossing.
Justin LaBrash, our favourite Country Recording Artist and occasional Volunteer Elf, will be returning this year for a special live performance at the main site. Sunday December 22rd.
NRG is pleased to announce that after costs, the 2018 net gate proceeds generated $11,000 distributed to the Festival Beneficiaries:
Souls Harbour Rescue Mission
The Casey Foundation for Autism Support Inc.
NRG Community Grant Program
We thank the Regina and area residents that have supported this community initiative with their patronage and participation.
Winners of the 2018 Best Decorated Festival Displays Announced! – See Winner & Runner up in each Category for 2018 on Right Side Column. Come out and see the homes in the community and see if you can guess which ones they are.
Please adhere to the mandatory one way traffic, during operational hours.
Hot beverages available at the gate, will help get you in the Spirit of the Season!
Country recording artist, Justin LaBrash, will be back this year at the main site of Candy Cane Lane on Sunday December 22nd. Last Season, he performed some of his 12 days of Christmas and previewed his new release single. Check out his facebook page (Justin LaBrash singer/songwriter) as well as his website https://www.labrash.net/ . Justin has been a long time volunteer elf at CCLHLF.
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
See Tour Map.
6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Dec. 6th to 23rd
Depending on the weather and availability of volunteers, it may be extended in duration on busy nights or closed if colder than -25.
Hot Chocolate, Coffee, Tea & Hot Apple Cider for $2
Courtesy of Ambassador Coffee Service
Courtesy of Tom’s Independent Grocer & NRG Community Baking Team
2 for $3
Santa may be present for photos on Sundays (TBA)
between 7:00 & 8:00 pm
For All Well Behaved Chidren & Pets
The Main Site location has over 10,000 lights and an impressive collection of over 50 inflatable components. Unfortunately due to the early onset of winter weather with heavy snow in October and remainaing cold in November, the main site may not be as impressive as past years. This should not disuade visitors from coming out to see this and other resident displays that serve to bring joy and the spirit of Christmas that Regina and Southern Saskatchewan residents have come to enjoy as an annual must see and do event. Many residents in the community continue to enhance their impressive displays each year.
NRG has a program to allow participation by Normanview residents with restricted finances, offering free lights to those that display them each year at their location. This not only encourages inclusiveness and community building, it rejoices the Holiday Spirit between neighbours representing a diverse mosaic of cultures and religious beliefs.
- We can no longer accept Non-Perishable Food Items for the Regina & District Food Bank. If you wish to still do so, the items can be dropped off at the collection bin in Tom’s Independent Grocer, Normanview Crossing.
Hot chocolate (with or without Marshmallows, courtesy of Tom’s Independent Grocer) as well as Coffee, Tea or Hot Apple Cider for $2, courtesy of Ambassador Coffee Service.
Delicious Christmas Cookies, courtesy of Tom’s Independent Grocer & NRG Community Baking Team, headed by Roxanne Gallagher, available for 2 for $3.
This festival is run by volunteers not only from the Normanview area but citywide, serves as a crucial fund raiser for our non-profit community association. High school students from all areas of the city have stepped up to participate in this worthy cause that addresses Food Security in our community. Aside from Creation and Set-Up of Displays, the Festival has commitment of over 500 volunteer hours to adequately serve the anticipated 14,000 visitors this year.
We are working to establish different “Greet & Meet” local celebrity nights as well attracting local choir groups for carolling.
The New Entrance Gate Hut, separate from the previous Elf Hut, has already proven to reduce waiting time for Admission.
A Promotional Floats are regularly entered in the annual Queen City Pride and Queen City Ex Parades!
Festival Main Site
“North Pole Village” Display
“Candy Cane Arcade” Display
“Winter Wonderland” Display
The “Elf Hut” – Hot Chocolate & Pinwheel Shortbread Cookies (3 Pack) Available