Edmonton’s iconic “Candy Cane Lane” to host a car-free night
For over 50 years, Candy Cane Lane has been delighting Edmontonians with dazzling light displays for a good cause. Run by both volunteers and residents, the event is an opportunity to see just how far Christmas decorating can go.
And, instead of paying admission, guests are expected to donate to the Edmonton Food Bank. So a quick recap- you get to see the best lights in the city, and you get to support a good cause.
YEG Candy Cane Lane just got a whole lot sweeter! Thanks @pathsforppl for helping us make this a reality! Opening night 2019..get on your boots, bikes, skis..and let’s set a record a record for @yegfoodbank
— YEG Candy Cane Lane (@YEGCCL) November 2, 2019
And now, you can stroll along without worrying about cars for the first time ever. That’s right, the organizers have announced one extra car-free night, and they’re pulling out all the stops for it.
Guests can expect games, activities and warming stations as they stroll along. They’re invited to check it out on foot, on a bike… heck, even skis if they’d like!
Candy Cane Lane’s car-free night also happens to be their opening night, so expect a ton of cheer if you head down.
When: November 12
Where: Crestwood Community