The 8th Annual Community Christmas

More than 300 participants enjoyed Columbia Power’s eighth Annual Community Christmas on Sunday, November 30 at the Castlegar Complex

More than 300 participants enjoyed Columbia Power’s eighth Annual Community Christmas on Sunday

 

More than 300 participants enjoyed Columbia Power’s eighth Annual Community Christmas on Sunday, November 30 at the Castlegar Complex. The four hour, free family event included crafts, games, prizes, live entertainment courtesy of the Robson Community Choir and Castlegar Highland Dancers, and a free public swim from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is organized each year by Joanne Baker of the Castlegar Lions and Columbia Power and is facilitated by volunteers from Columbia Power, the Castlegar Lions and the Castlegar Queen’s Committee along with other community volunteers.

 

 

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