Mairi Boguzki and her son Brixton Koyanagi, 4, feed the rabbits at Timberline Country Christmas. (Colleen Flanagan-THE NEWS)

Celebrate a traditional Christmas in Maple Ridge

Three days left for Timberline Country Christmas

A traditional country Christmas was celebrated by young and old on Sunday at Timberline Ranch.

Timberline Country Christmas included a Christmas tree display and contest, displays explaining the meaning of some of the popular Christmas traditions like mistletoe, Christmas trees and Santa Claus, a bakery where children could decorate Christmas cookies, a wagon ride, petting zoo, a hay maze, pony rides, an ornament making workshop and other activities.

RELATED: Timberline offers a traditional country Christmas

Participants have to register online to attend the event.

Next weekend is the final weekend.

For more information go to timberlinechristmas.ca.


 

cflanagan@mapleridgenews.com

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Adrianna Duncan, 6, at the petting zoo at Timberline Country Christmas. (Colleen Flanagan-THE NEWS)

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