One of the first stops Santa will make in South Delta this holiday season will be at the heritage Cammidge House in Boundary Bay Regional Park.
He will make his annual visit this Sunday, Dec. 1, between 1 and 3 p.m.
Santa has made his annual stop at Cammidge for many years now and the old house has been decorated in festive finery by the volunteers of the Boundary Bay Park Association.
The ambience is reminiscent of a good old fashioned Christmas when times were slower and kinder and Santa hopes the kiddies will have their lists all prepared as he is ready to listen.
Each child will be given a small goody bag and light refreshments will be available for all. Additionally, names may be placed in a draw for some beautiful prizes.
It is a complimentary community event and Santa is happy to pose for photos with the children, although parents are reminded to bring their own camera to record the occasion.
Event co-ordinator Lauris Wiliams, a volunteer with the host Boundary Bay Park Association, says the event provides much pleasure for adults observing the anticipation and excitement from each child as the festive season begins.
For more information, call Frank at 778-996-4039.