Time to decorate for holiday season

The Downtown Maple Ridge Business Improvement Association is holding a Christmas window decorating contest.

Get your windows in the spirit, and attract attention to your business.

The Downtown Maple Ridge Business Improvement Association presents a window-decorating contest, open to all members decorating their store windows for the Christmas season.

Paint, lights, seasonal stock, signs, let your imagination run wild.

Need a window painter? Call 604-467-2420, The BIA has a list of folks who can help out.

Judging of window displays will take place during the week of Dec. 5-9. Prizes will be awarded in mid-December.

Win a $50 gift certificate for a downtown store.

Also, the third annual Winter Christmas Market takes place Dec. 3rd, from  4-8 p.m., to coincide with the Christmas festival and Santa Parade.

The market takes place in the covered parking adjacent to Memorial Peace Park. “Fantastic opportunity, thousands of people attending the annual Christmas Festival and Parade.”

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