Declan Foufoulas was among the many who hung decorations on a massive Christmas tree at the first Brookswood Night of Lights Dec. 2.

Langley neighbourhood welcomes many to first Christmas event

The Brookswood Night of Lights on Dec. 2 brought out many families.

PHOTO: Baeli Scouten and Hemi attended the Brookswood Night of Lights. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)

A crisp breeze and drizzle couldn’t keep many people from attending the first Brookswood Night of Lights on Friday evening.

The Brookswood Merchants Association hosted a family gathering that included food collections for the food bank, photos with mascots, tree decorating, treats, live music by the Langley Ukulele Ensemble, and more.

PHOTO: Many people brought their pets to the Night of Lights to have photos with Santa Pawz. (Peggy O’Brien/Langley Advance)



People took photos with the two mascots at the event and gathered for the tree lighting. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)

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