The Singleton's Christmas Festival of Lights
The Singleton family has run the Stonehouse of Campbellville for the past 35 years,
but they're passionate about more than antique stained glass windows. The Singletons love Christmas
and every year they put on a huge Christmas display with lights, music, animated boxes, and much more.
It's year-round endeavor that reaches a frenzied pace in the fall trying to decorate and light up the
property that covers over an acre. Every year, the family works to make the display even better or bigger
than the year before.
The Singleton Family Christmas Festival of Lights is open to the public free of charge from mid-November to the end of December. Everyone is welcome. Donations are gratefully accepted and all money raised goes to Halton Women's Place for its children's programs.
Parking is free and on-site; it will take at least a half hour to walk around to see all the decorations. We are located just south of Highway 401 (exit 312) in Campbellville at 8565 Guelph Line. If you're lucky, you may see one of the family elves hard at work or even Papa Singleton who with his hearty laugh and snow white beard bears a striking resemblance to Santa Claus.
From our family to yours,