The Levins family from Nanaimo is bathed in laser light during the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre’s third annual Magical Nights of Light on Dec. 8. The event featured several impressive laser displays, including some which drew and animated animals projected over the facility’s pond. The event continues Dec. 15, 16, 22 and 23 from 6-8 p.m. — Adam Kveton Photo

Lasers make for wild nightscape at NIWRA

Event continues on various evenings until Dec. 23

ADAM KVETON/PQ News

People take a stroll through rainbow light in Errington during North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre’s third annual Magical Nights of Light on Dec. 8. The event featured several impressive laser displays, including some which drew and animated animals projected over the facility’s pond. The event continues Dec. 15, 16, 22 and 23 from 6-8 p.m.Some light up the centre in ways you’ve probably never seen before, and others project moving animal images over the top of the facility’s pond. Admission is by free-will donation.

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