The public is invited to the centennial version of A Pitt Meadows Christmas on Friday, Dec. 5, for a free family event which will include music, costumes, entertainment, crafts, activities and lots of holiday cheer.
This year’s event will be extra special, as Pitt Meadows celebrates the community’s 100th anniversary.
Past Christmas traditions will be highlighted, as the city wraps up its 100th anniversary celebrations.
That night Pitt Meadows will welcome Santa to the community, and join in the countdown to light the city’s Christmas Tree for the holiday season.
There will also be snow sculptures.
Parents can bring their cameras for photos with Santa.
The 2014 celebration will begin at 6 p.m. at Spirit Square Park and run until 8 p.m.
The Pitt Meadows Foundation runs A Pitt Meadows Christmas, with the support of community volunteers and donations.
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