B.C. Wildlife Park lights up Friday with the 16th annual Wildlights celebration.
The highlight of the display will be the Symphony of Lights show at the amphitheatre.
In addition, there will be nightly wolf and elk feedings and a look at the owls in the birds of prey exhibit.
Visitors can try the giant maze, take a trip on the Wildlife Express miniature train and enjoy the family farm. Uncle Chris the Clown, of course, will be there to entertain.
New this is year is a rope display of Charlie Brown's Christmas and a 3D life-size horse and stagecoach display.
Displays include more than 600,000 lights and 380 life-size sculptures.
The festival runs nightly from Friday to Jan. 5 — except Christmas Day — from 5 to 9 p.m. Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, $8 for children 3-17, and free for children under two.