Stayner Tree Lighting presented by Clearview Township

December 2, 2021 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Location Name: 
Station Park/Tourism Information Centre

The Stayner Tree Lighting presented by Clearview Township is on Thursday December 2, from 5pm-7pm at the Station Park & Tourism Information and Heritage Centre will be open!

A wonderful night for family and friends! Enjoy a slice of Wheelhouse Pizza, cookies from Bakery by the Bay and the Clearview Youth Centre, hot chocolate from Tim Horton's and coffee from Jamie's on Main. Free, while supplies last. 

Bring your letters for Santa and take your pictures with him and his elves. Special thanks to the Stayner Kinsmen Club. The Clearview Library will be handing out activities for kids to take home! Be entertained by the Dance Room (5pm-5:40pm) and Ladies Night Out, singing traditional Christmas carols. Visiting from the North Pole, there will be reindeer and sleigh for you take your own family photos. And of course, enjoy the twinkling lights from the large snowflakes! Rock around the Christmas tree to music provided by DJ Nation. 

New! There will be four lucky children joining Santa and Mayor Measures to "Flip the Switch" and turn on the Clearview Christmas Tree! The Tree Lighting will be at approximately 6:15pm. Special thanks to the volunteers from the Edenvale Classic Aircrafts, the Clearview Public Library and the Clearview Youth Centre. Click here to find out how your child can be selected!

Stop at the Discover Clearview table to pick up a very special "Gift to you from Clearview" and continue to support shopping local all season long!

A Chance to Win! The Clearview Chamber of Commerce "Stop & Shop" reciept draw will take place at 6:30pm. Live from the Station Park gazebo, there will be 2 lucky winners announced, so be sure to bring your reciepts from shopping local between November 24-December 2. Learn more:

The Tourism Information & Heritage Centre will be open and volunteers will be serving hot cider. Learn about the history of Stayner from the Stayner Heritage Society, warm up and access public washrooms. 

The Simcoe County Paramedic Services annual Toy Drive will be collecting new, unwrapped toys, non-perishable food items and gift cards with the value denoted will also be accepted and can be dropped off.

Please note: Huron St. will be closed from 3pm-9pm at Highway 26 & Gideon St. 

COVID19 protocols are in place. Please stay home if feeling sick & wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible.

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