Beach Christmas

Free family holiday event set for Sunday in White Rock

The White Rock Business Improvement Association and the merchants of West Beach are preparing for Christmas at the Beach, a free holiday event that includes horse-drawn carriage rides and carollers.

From noon to 4 p.m. Dec. 18, visitors can also trade a donation to Sources’ White Rock/South Surrey Food Bank for hot chocolate and a treat; make a Christmas craft; and enter to win $1,000 White Rock dollars.

Photos with Santa and White Rock’s original fire truck will also be offered. Cost is $10, with all proceeds to benefit the White Rock Museum & Archives.

 

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