VIDEO: Lights by the Lake officially kicks off Harrison holiday season

Lights by the Lake opened Saturday evening along the shores of Harrison Lake. (Adam Louis/Observer)Lights by the Lake opened Saturday evening along the shores of Harrison Lake. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Sasquatch made an apperance on the weekend, posing for photos and offering his own rendition of some Christmas carols. (Adam Louis/Observer)Sasquatch made an apperance on the weekend, posing for photos and offering his own rendition of some Christmas carols. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Before heading back up to the North Pole, Santa Claus himself visited Harrison Hot Springs to watch the lights and greet some of his friends. (Adam Louis/Observer)Before heading back up to the North Pole, Santa Claus himself visited Harrison Hot Springs to watch the lights and greet some of his friends. (Adam Louis/Observer)
The lights came on after a brief countdown, to the amazement of a packed crowd at Civic Plaza. (Adam Louis/Observer)The lights came on after a brief countdown, to the amazement of a packed crowd at Civic Plaza. (Adam Louis/Observer)
(Adam Louis/Observer)(Adam Louis/Observer)
As is tradition, Sasquatch was a major part of this year’s lights display. (Adam Louis/Observer)As is tradition, Sasquatch was a major part of this year’s lights display. (Adam Louis/Observer)
(Adam Louis/Observer)(Adam Louis/Observer)
(Adam Louis/Observer)(Adam Louis/Observer)
(Adam Louis/Observer)(Adam Louis/Observer)
A family of yetis poses with a life-size light-up moose on the shores of Harrison Lake. (Adam Louis/Observer)A family of yetis poses with a life-size light-up moose on the shores of Harrison Lake. (Adam Louis/Observer)

Hundreds of people were huddled into Civic Plaza in Harrison Hot Springs as an a-capella caroler quartet sings holiday songs and a bright LED clock counts down the final seconds.

In a flash, the holiday lights flare to life, signifying the official grand opening of Lights by the Lake, a merry and bright series of nights lighting up Harrison Lake in its holiday best.


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