The city of Penticton has turned Gyro Park into a dazzling festival of lights this winter. One of the highlights is a 170-foot light tunnel that has become a major attraction for both locals and visitors. The tunnel, adorned with more than 30,000 LED lights, will remain open throughout the month of January, even after the city’s first-ever winter festival, Frost Fest, which takes place on January 20.
The light tunnel was introduced as part of the city’s Magic on Main Street event, which included a Santa Parade and a festive light-up ceremony. The addition of the tunnel, along with the beautifully lit skating rink, has given downtown Penticton a magical and festive atmosphere. Thousands of people have already walked through the tunnel and it has been a tremendous hit.
The city has announced that the light tunnel will become an annual holiday feature, thanks to its popularity. So, if you haven’t had a chance to experience the enchantment of the light tunnel, make sure to visit Gyro Park in downtown Penticton before the end of January.
[Original Source: Western News]
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