Foresta Lumina brings its magic to downtown Coaticook

By Staff Writer

By Ocean Francoeur

For its fifth year of enchantment, Foresta Lumina has decided to expand its course and plunge visitors of Coaticook Gorge deeper into the mysterious story of Margaret and the Devil in order to become “the Walt-Disney of nature”.
Last Thursday, June 21, the director general of La Gorge de Coaticook, Caroline Sage, announced new additions to one of the region’s most famous tourist attractions, which in 2018, cost around 1.3 million dollars. Foresta Lumina’s otherworldly magic now extends to the downtown square, Place Tillotson, thanks to a new projection mural. See full story in the Tuesday, June 26 edition of The Record.

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