Christmas Festival set for Nov. 26

Organizers of White Rock’s Christmas on the Peninsula Festival are inviting citizens to welcome the season with neighbours

Organizers of White Rock’s Christmas on the Peninsula Festival are inviting citizens to welcome the season with neighbours at a day-long soiree Nov. 26.

Set to take place at the White Rock Community Centre and 10 uptown locations, highlights are to include a Christmas market, crafts and Christmas entertainment, and the lighting of the White Rock Christmas tree in Miramar Plaza.

Venues include Coffee With Attitude, Star of the Sea Hall, Laura’s Fashion Fabrics, Fellowship Baptist Church, First United Church, St. John’s Presbyterian Church, White Rock Community Church, World Serve thrift store, 4Cats Arts Studio and Coast Capital Playhouse.

For more information, call 604-542-3776 or visit www.christmasonthepeninsula.com

 

 

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