The Christmas season unofficially kicks off with Moonlight Madness on Friday, November 25, and continues for the next month.
Here’s brief lineup of what’s on offer for locals and visitors:
Saturday, November 26
Annual United Church Christmas Tea and Bazaar — 12 pm – 3 pm
Trackside Children’s Christmas Party at the Railway Museum — 12:30 pm – 3 pm. Click for details.
Souper de Noel — Potluck! — Pour francophones et francophiles at the Community Centre — 5 pm – 11:59 pm
Sunday, November 27
Crime Stoppers’ No Host Bazaar at the Community Centre — 11 am – 4 pm — There’s something for everyone — even a food concession and a silent auction! Click here for details.
Friday, December 2 – 17
The Christmas Shop at the Visual Arts Centre opens on December 2 at 6 pm with a public reception and remains open every day from 12 until 4 pm until December 17 — Own a piece of original art! Click here for details.
Saturday, December 3
Breakfast with Santa at the United Church — There are three seatings: 8:30, 9:30, and 10:30. A photographer will be on hand to take pictures of your little ones with Santa. Tickets are available at the Community Centre and at the church office. Call 250-837-3198 for more information.
Monday, December 12
Columbia Park Elementary School Christmas Celebration — 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm — Admission with a donation to the Food Bank
Tuesday, December 13
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train — 6 pm arrival at the CPR Yard on Victoria Road.Please bring a donation for the Community Connections Food Bank!
Wednesday, December 14
Begbie View Elementary School Christmas Celebration — 6:30 pm – 8 pm — Admission with a donation to the Food Bank
Thursday, December 15
Arrow Heights Elementary School Christmas Celebration – 6 pm – 9 pm — Admission with a donation to the Food Bank
Sunday, December 25
Community Christmas Dinner – Details TBA