From a Niagara Parks Commission press release seen on Niagara at Large:
This July 28th, The Niagara Parks Commission officially launched its Life on Display exhibit at the Floral Showhouse, a key component of Niagara Parks’ Begin Here campaign to commemorate the sesquicentennial of Canada and the province of Ontario.
From Niagara Falls Review:
There’ll be a prehistoric addition to this year’s Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights.
Among the new additions to the 34th edition of the festival will be a 10-foot-tall 3D woolly mammoth as part of the Canadian wildlife displays at Dufferin Islands…
The expanded eight-kilometre illumination route runs along the Niagara Parkway as well as the surrounding districts of Fallsview Boulevard, Victoria Centre, Clifton Hill and Lundy’s Lane.
“For over three decades now, countless local residents and businesses have come together to support and promote what we feel is the best winter festival celebration anywhere,” Niagara Parks Commission chairwoman Janice Thomson said Thursday at a press conference at the Floral Showhouse.
The provincial agency this year invested $300,000 on lighting, programming and infrastructure improvements within Queen Victoria Park.
From the Welland Tribune:
The Christmas spirit has arrived at the Niagara Parks Floral Showhouse.
A Festival of Winter Colours includes traditional red, white and pink poinsettias as well as many unusual varieties and forms. Cyclamen, azaleas, Christmas cactus and paperwhite narcissus add to the display.
The Floral Showhouse is also adorned with lights, garland, ribbon, a Nativity scene and many other holiday surprises. Free flying tropical birds throughout the showhouse add to the Christmas theme.