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The Forest of Miracles has expanded to cover the West Vancouver waterfront this season.
From its original site at Dundarave Beach, the display of over 100 trees has been extended eastward to Millennium Park and the Grosvenor Ambleside Galleria.
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While many usual events cannot go ahead this year due to the pandemic, families and household bubbles are encouraged to take a stroll through the stunning “Forest of Miracles.”
There are more over 130 BC- grown grand firs and live trees to see at the festival.
The Festival’s Christmas trees have been sponsored and decorated by families, community groups and businesses who sponsored a tree and made a donation.
The display has raised more than $400,000 since 2008 for the Lookout Society’s North Shore Shelter.
The Lookout Housing + Health Society has used the money it has raised to support housing and essential services for the city’s homeless, as well as support services for adults with low or no income.
The event was officially opened for the season on December 1 at Dundarave Beach, at the bottom of 25th Street.
So get out for a festive walk, and support a good cause this holiday season!
Where: Dundarave Beach, Millennium Park, Grosvenor Ambleside Galleria — West Vancouver