Bruce Power presents Home for the Holidays, a family-friendly virtual holiday party

As part of the $1 million Be a Light: Beating COVID-19 Together campaign, Bruce Power will provide families with an hour-long virtual holiday party that will feature music, magic, dancing and fun for the whole family!

Home for the Holidays, a Ross Petty production, will stream online from Dec. 10-13. The holiday party will be available to anyone around the world at this link, with hopes families will gather as a small group – or virtually with other family members – to enjoy the hour-long variety show.

“This will be a holiday season like no other, with few opportunities for youngsters to whisper their wishlist into Santa’s ear,” said Dwight Irwin, Bruce Power’s Acting Manager of Community Relations. “Local municipalities are doing a great job of adapting their regular holiday celebrations to be COVID-friendly, and we hope our Home for the Holidays virtual holiday party will be another way families can safely celebrate the season.”

Home for the Holidays is a fun, interactive show that features singing and dancing for all ages, so we encourage you to share your family photos on social media using the hashtag #BeALight, and tag and follow Bruce Power on Instagram @brucepowerngs and Facebook.

Bruce Power’s Be a Light: Beating COVID-19 Together campaign will provide $1 million to work with public health, county and municipal governments, chambers of commerce, hospitals, local MPs and MPPs, and community organizations to redouble efforts to battle the pandemic. This will be achieved through support for public health communications, additional community protections, supporting buying local, mental and physical initiatives, and lending a helping hand by working with school breakfast programs, long-term care facilities, and community organizations. Learn more about Be a Light here.