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The Forgetful Elf Christmas Drive-Thru

Albion Hills Conservation Park 16500 Regional Road 50, Caledon

Tour the grounds and discover the illuminated beauty of Albion Hills Conservation Park while looking for Santa’s lost items along the way, all from the comfort of your car. With 5.6 kms of your favorite festive stations from last year, plus brand new stations to enjoy, even more lights and the chance to see Santa,…

$40
Recurring

The Forgetful Elf Christmas Drive-Thru

Albion Hills Conservation Park 16500 Regional Road 50, Caledon

Tour the grounds and discover the illuminated beauty of Albion Hills Conservation Park while looking for Santa’s lost items along the way, all from the comfort of your car. With 5.6 kms of your favorite festive stations from last year, plus brand new stations to enjoy, even more lights and the chance to see Santa,…

$40
Recurring

The Forgetful Elf Christmas Drive-Thru

Albion Hills Conservation Park 16500 Regional Road 50, Caledon

Tour the grounds and discover the illuminated beauty of Albion Hills Conservation Park while looking for Santa’s lost items along the way, all from the comfort of your car. With 5.6 kms of your favorite festive stations from last year, plus brand new stations to enjoy, even more lights and the chance to see Santa,…

$40

Celebrate Caledon

Albion Hills Conservation Park 16500 Regional Road 50, Caledon

This year’s event offers live entertainment, fireworks, local vendors including Caledon Hills Brewery, and family fun with activities for the kids. Headlining this year’s Husky Main Stage will be the Juno-nominated band Wide Mouth Mason, and feature local Caledon opening acts Itchy and Scratchy, Showband and Vilivant. Like previous years Caledon Community Services will be…

Free

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