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Gallery: Richmond dog memorial, city displays lights up for winter holidays

Houses, trees, Light Up Richmond event brightens neighbourhood despite COVID-19.

With so many Christmas events cancelled, many people are going all out with their Christmas displays to bring about some seasonal cheer. But it’s not just trees and houses that are getting an extra sparkle, Steveston’s dog memorial garden has also been illuminated for the holidays.

Steveston’s “Dog Gone” rock, a small memorial garden for dogs that has passed on, was recently decorated with sparkling light displays by Richmond resident Doug Mitchell.

A snowman, reindeer and sled display light up the dark corner of the South Dyke Trail and No. 2 Road. Several trees around the garden are also lit up.

Steveston’s “Dog Gone” rock, a small memorial garden for dogs that have passed on, was recently decorated with sparkling light displays by Richmond resident Doug Mitchell.

The garden can be found on the corner of the South Dyke Trail and No. 2 Road.

Decorative light displays have also taken over Steveston village, City Hall Plaza, Britannia Heritage Shipyards and other parts of the city.

Meanwhile, St. Joseph the Worker Parish is hosting an ongoing Light Up Richmond Christmas event where many residents are showcasing their decorated homes.

Submit photos of you or your family with the various light displays in Richmond by emailing editor@richmond-news.com and tagging us on Instagram @richmond_news.

 

 

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