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Monday January 9th, 2023, 9:12pm

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Bright Lights Windsor 2022 wrapped up for the season after its final evening on Sunday, January 8th, 2023, and now the city wants to hear your feedback.

The City of Windsor invited visitors to “take it all in” at this year’s bigger and brighter event, and thousands came to Jackson Park to joyfully do just that. It is estimated that over 100,000 people enjoyed the lights, displays and holiday cheer offered through December and early January. 

Following this year’s theme, “Take it All In,” this year’s pathway guided visitors through a series of exciting zones: Wish Upon a Star; Winter Wonderland; the new Royal Promenade in honour of Her Majesty, the late Queen Elizabeth II; Santa’s Workshop; Peace & Love Around the World; W.E. the North, and our new Children’s Enchanted Village, where kids could write letters to Santa from the comfort of our inflatable igloo, or ride the Holiday Train and enjoy the new scavenger hunt

The WE Made It: Holiday Market returned, as did Sensory-friendly “Silent Nights” on Tuesday evenings. As in previous years, the lights were on, but the sound was muted, and strobe elements paused so the display could be enjoyed in a peaceful environment accommodating to sensory sensitivities.

The focus now shifts to the removal of the event displays and equipment, which organizers say will be progressive and weather permitting.

As the takedown gets underway, the city is already planning for the next version and wants to hear your feedback on the 2022 edition. A survey can be found here.

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