Glacier Centennial Night of Lights– Tonight!

December 4, 2009
Centennial Night of Lights

Come join us this evening in Columbia Falls for the Glacier Centennial Night of Lights. The evening will begin with a parade at 6:30 PM on Nucleus Avenue in Columbia Falls. Circa 1900 attire is a must– and Park Rangers, among other Glacier themed floats, will stroll down the street. In addition to the parade, Santa Claus and several informational booths will be set up in Discovery Square for attendees to enjoy. The Glacier Association will be selling an array of Glacier Centennial Gifts (including our new 100 Years, 100 Stories: A View Inside Glacier National Park book).

This is a night not to be missed!

If you can’t join in tonight, be sure to check out our pictures in the online centennial photo gallery!

On behalf of the Glacier Centennial Program, we would like to thank the town of Columbia Falls for their efforts in making this centennial event possible.

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About Kass Hardy

Hi! I am the Centennial Coordinator for Glacier National Park! As the 10th national park to be designated, we are commemorating our 100th anniversary this year. Come join us as we celebrate the rich history of preservation, while inspiring personal connections and engaging future stewards. For more information on Glacier's Centennial, please visit:

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