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Light Up the Hills

Light Up the Hills

September 23, 2017


Westhills Community, Langford
Belmont Secondary School (3041 Langford Lake Rd, Victoria, BC V9B 0L9)

Free and open to the public!

Phone: 250-478-2286

The Hills are alive with art, light, and music!

Join us on September 23, 2017 from 7:30-9:30pm in the Westhills community for the second Light Up the Hills festival. Light Up the Hills is a family-friendly outdoor festival of light presented by the West Shore Arts Council and Westhills. Held after dark, featured illuminated artworks will create a spectacular glowing effect throughout the community. Event participants will walk along a designated path, passing by various performances and artworks, and using hand-made lanterns to guide their way. This community-focused event aims to showcase the creativity of local artists, musicians, and performers.


There will be three lantern-making workshops in the lead up to the event.

  • September 16, 2017 - Centennial Hall - 2805 Carlow Road. Drop-in from 3-6pm. Register here.
  • September 19, 2017 - Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91 - 761 Station Ave. Drop-in from 3-6pm. Register here.
  • September 20, 2017 - Coast Collective - 318 Wale Rd. This intermediate to advanced lantern-making workshop has limited registration and will take place from 4:30-7:30pm. Register here.

Follow our event page on Facebook for the latest updates.

See photos and video from Light Up the Hills 2016.

Parking will be available at Belmont Secondary School and at the Westhills YMCA. For those with small children or mobility issues, a trolley service will be circulating from Belmont, to the YMCA, and past Westhills Park.


Volunteer participation is essential to the success of this event. There are many roles that need to be filled, including tasks leading up to and during the event, and roles suitable for both individuals and groups.

Click here for the Volunteer Package!


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