Foresta Lumina gets big award in California
On April 2nd, at the 22nd edition of the Thea Awards in Anaheim, California, members of the Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook team received a Thea Award for Foresta Lumina in the category “Interactive attraction of the year, limited budget”.
Recognized as the highest honor from the amuse- ment industry, Thea Awards are given out to recognize exceptional projects. Surrounded by people of influence in the industry, the Parc’s general director, Caroline Sage, and director Marie Belzile, of Moment Factory, accepted the international recognition. “This is an unforgettable moment that will give us wings for the years to come. My motto was and still is that creativity is accepting to change and, even more, to have the courage to dare more than others,” commented Ms. Sage.
Since its creation in 2014, the Foresta Lumina phenomenon has attracted more than 225,000 visitors to the Coaticook park. A press conference will be held in May to announce what’s new for the 2016 season.
Coaticook’s Parc de la Gorge general director Caroline Sage and Jean Yves Caron, a member of the Parc’s Board, in California with the Thea Award that they received for the Foresta Lumina installation.