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Winter Wonderland lights up tonight

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Red River Exhibition’s Canad Inns Winter Wonderland, promoted as the province’s largest seasonal light display, opens tonight for its seasonal run, 6-10 pm nightly until Jan. 2.

The display on the Ex grounds includes over one million lights and over 29 different theme areas in a 2.5 kilometre drive in the comfort of your own car.

Pricing for family vehicles up to 7 passengers is $15 but $10 tickets can be purchased at Co-Op, Mac’s and Canad Inns.

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Updated on Monday, December 6, 2010 at 12:06 PM CST: A previous version of this story indicated activities taking place Dec. 8 were available to the general public. In fact, they are offered only by invitation.

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