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Best deal around: Leduc Country Lights a Christmas tradition for young and old

A lovely light display close to home.
Volunteer run for over 15 years, the Leduc Country Lights are a highlight of the season.

The Leduc Country Lights has been a household tradition in that community for over 15 years. Started by Doug and Yvonne Ruel, a small light display had transformed into one of the largest winter attractions that Leduc has to offer. 

In 2019, the Leduc Kinsmen partnered with the Leduc West Antique Society to carry on the tradition and today, the holiday spirit shines with 100 per cent volunteer management of the event.

As the lights display run outdoors, visitors are not required to wear masks or show proof of vaccination to attend the event. Social distancing is encouraged for the walk-through event.

Country Lights runs nightly from 5-10 pm through January 2. Closed Dec. 25.  Admission is $2.00 per person.

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