Santa visits to Cammidge House this afternoon

Santa will make a stop at the heritage Cammidge House in Boundary Bay Regional Park this afternoon.

He will make his annual visit between 1 and 3 p.m.

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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.

Each child in attendance 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.

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