This photo was taken from the window of the Steveston Museum on the last night of Songs in the Snow. If you didn’t make it, we hope this gives you an idea of what Town Square Park looked like all lit up; if you did make it, we hope it brings back fond memories. This year, we had our highest attendance yet with over 1400 people coming through the park over three nights.

We had wonderful musicians, lovely hot drinks, a selfie station, crafts, and more. We hope you and your family were able to join us for at least one of the evenings. We are grateful to our partners, the City of Richmond (Steveston Museum), and Richmond Arts Coalition; and to our sponsors: G&F Financial West Richmond, Telus, and the Province of British Columbia. We also have to thank the weather, for giving us three incredible rain-free events. It truly takes a village to put on this event, and a village to enjoy it!

We can’t wait to do it all again next year, and we hope you’re just as excited. 

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