Christmas in Pitt Meadows

Dec. 4, people can welcome Santa to Pitt Meadows and join in the countdown to light the city’s Christmas tree

The annual Pitt Meadows Christmas happens each year on the first Friday of December.

This year’s even will happen Dec. 4 from 6-8 p.m., offering free family fun including music, entertainment, crafts, activities, and lots of holiday cheer.

The public can welcome Santa to Pitt Meadows and join in the countdown to light the city’s Christmas Tree for the holiday season.

Those attending are invited to bring their cameras for photos with Santa, and check out the snow sculpture.

A Pitt Meadows Christmas had humble beginnings in 2008, attracting about 400 people to the event. This year thousands of people are expected to take part in the annual community holiday celebration.

If you are interested in volunteering at this event or joining the planning committee, please email

If you area local business or non-profit organization serving Pitt Meadows and have a family fun activity and would like to display a table, please email


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