2011 Bright Nights in Stanley Park – December 2, 2011 to January 2, 2012


2011 Bright Nights in Stanley Park - December 2, 2011 to January 2, 2012

14th Annual Bright Nights in Stanley Park
December 2, 2011 to January 2, 2012
(Closed Christmas Day)
Sunday to Thursday, 3:00pm – 10:00pm; Friday and Saturday, 3:00pm – 11:00pm
The Vancouver Park Board and British Columbia Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund invite everyone to nights of magic and illumination for the 14th annual Bright Nights in Stanley Park.

Get in the spirit of the Holidays – take a train ride through our forest transformed with two million twinkling lights, see the animated displays and listen to holiday sounds as you enjoy hot chocolate, fresh popcorn and roasted chestnuts.

Mortal Coil’s fabulous creations bring laughter and artistry to the Park. Christmas tunes serenade you as you ride the train. Professional and community choirs and bands will also be in the Plaza on special nights.

New this year!
Don’t forget to visit our North Pole! Featuring Santa and the parade of trees.

Student volunteers act as festival ambassadors. Individuals, companies and foundations donate goods and funds to ensure that the over 200,000 annual visitors to Bright Nights enjoy the event called “the most spectacular lighting display in Canada”.

Admission
Admission to the Plaza is by donation to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. Tickets are required to ride the Bright Nights Train.

Train tickets are sold in half hour time slots.
Trains run Sunday to Thursday, 3:00pm – 10:00pm (the last train leaves at 10:00pm)
Trains run Friday & Saturdays, 3:00pm – 11:00pm (the last train leaves at 11:00pm)
Free Event Parking after 3:00pm

Tickets
On-site Ticket Prices (Miniature Railway Ticket Booth)
(Prices include HST)
Adult $9.00
Discount $6.00

BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund
All donations collected at the event, and partial proceeds from the sale of tickets for the train, go to the Burn Fund to help burn survivors and their families. As Bright Nights is one of its major fundraisers, the Burn Fund accepts donations at the front gate and suggests a minimum donation of $4.

Bright Nights has raised over $1.5 million for the Burn Fund. This achievement is supported by more than 500 off-duty professional fire fighters from the Lower Mainland and around BC who donate their time to set up, operate and take down the annual display.

The BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund is a registered charity established in 1978 by the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Association. Over 3,800 professional fire fighters throughout British Columbia dedicate their time and skills to help burn survivors in the province.

To make a donation or for more information please visit www.burnfund.org or call 604-436-5617.


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