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    New events expand festival route

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    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.

    Dinosaur Adventure Golf March 2011 update

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    First off, let’s start with the old Dinosaur Park Miniature Golf that was right beside the Comfort Inn Clifton Hill. It has been slowly dismantled over the last few months. Since I was last there, the booth is now gone.

    They have also dug up a lot of the holes.

    The booth for the new courses is taking shape. A nice pterodactyl is sitting on top of it.

    There is a new T-Rex out on the course that looks awesome!

    The storage area also has a couple of other new dinosaurs out. A woolly mammoth has been put together, as well as a stegosaurus.

    It looks like it is going to be a great course!

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