Santa's coming to Cammidge House

Children of South Delta have already commenced compiling their wish lists in anticipation of Santa’s arrival at the Cammidge House.

He is scheduled to make his annual visit on Sunday, Dec. 2 between 1 and 3 p.m.

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The much awaited magic celebration at the century-old heritage house in Boundary Bay Regional Park will showcase decorations the elves have been busy displaying. Each child will have the opportunity to chat with Santa in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Parents are reminded to bring their own camera to record personal memories.

There will be goodie bags for the children as well as door prizes and light refreshments for the parents. There is no charge for this event but a donation box is available for anyone who wishes to make a contribution towards next year’s stopover.

Santa’s visit is hosted by the Boundary Bay Park Association.

“We all can learn from the great man as he reminds children that love and kindness to others is the greatest gift of all,” said association president Frank Rogers, who added the event provides volunteers at Cammidge House with much pleasure.

For more information, visit boundarybayparkassociation.wordpress.com or call Elizabeth at 604-948-2601.

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