The 31st Annual Downtown Christmas Walk helped get thousands of people from North Bay and across the district get into the holiday spirit.
The annual tree lighting ceremony at the parkette on Main Street kicked off the event .
Dignitaries representing all three levels of government thanked everyone for attending, offering their best wishes for the season before flipping the switch to light up the Christmas tree.
The tree was donated by the Cluff family in memory of their daughter who was just 16 years old when she passed away from cancer around the holidays 26 years ago.
The tree was planted in her honour at the front of the family home, where it grew from five feet to an estimated 45 feet.
There was plenty to see and do up and down Main Street as people made holiday memories.
An outdoor movie by Hideway Pictures played as people roasted marshmallows.
Vendors were set up offering treats to eat and coffee and hot chocolate for people to stay warm.
Baytoday has assembled a photo gallery capturing some of the highlights.