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Harbour Air Seaplane Terminal
Nanaimo, British Columbia
Saturday, November 29, 2014
Santa Claus has made his list, checked it twice and has decided that the children of Nanaimo have been oh, so nice! Now, Santa has decided to make a special visit, all the way from the North Pole to Nanaimo. On Saturday, November 30th at the harbourfront in downtown, children from all over will come to welcome Santa and his entourage of singing dancing Elves, who will be arriving in Nanaimo aboard a Harbour Air sea plane. Santa's arrival in Nanaimo is to officially open his namesake workshop in downtown Nanaimo and to star in the Lion's Club Santa Parade at 5pm. The DNBIA invites children and families to kick off the holiday this season and celebrate Santa's official arrival in Downtown Nanaimo!
Whistler Conference Centre
Whistler, British Columbia
Daily from November 29, 2014 to November 30, 2014
Whistler's Original Artisan Market has built a reputation of presenting unique, quality, handmade art & crafts for Whistler residents & visitors looking for one-of-a-kind treasures. Featuring hundreds of artisans at a time, vendors travel from from all over BC to sell their handmade goods & original artwork. The 24th annual holiday craft fair will feature paper goods, food, housewares, ceramics, bath products, jewelry, craft kits, accessories, clothing, knits, artwork, Christmas decorations & so much more! Bizarre Bazaar is juried from hundreds of applications to purposefully feature an array of original & handmade goods in a wide variety of media. Entrance by donation.
Whistler, British Columbia
Daily from December 3, 2014 to December 7, 2014
The Whistler Film Festival features innovative and original films from around the world and opportunities to connect with the people who made them.
Downtown Prince Rupert
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
Daily from December 5, 2014 to December 6, 2014
This annual event kicks off with the Lighting of the Christmas Trees at the Court House on Friday evening.
Local choirs & musicians sing carols while everyone munches on cookies & candy canes, washed down with hot chocolate, all supplied free by local sponsors.
Saturday's a special day for the children, starting with a traditional pancake breakfast with Santa & followed by the downtown Santa Parade.
Saturday evening's Sailpast sees festively decorated commercial & pleasure boats parading their vessels up & down the harbour playing Christmas music.
Hot chocolate, apple cider & cookies are free in keeping with the spirit of the season.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Daily from December 5, 2014 to December 23, 2014
This annual Christmas tradition began more than 50 years ago in Coal Harbour with one boat decorated with Christmas lights. Today, more than 50 boats festooned with 100,000-plus twinkling lights can be seen gliding through Vancouver's waterways on peak evenings. The spectacle viewed from shore is free, but the best experience is aboard the carol ships themselves, which carry more than 30,000 guests every season. Tickets for different ships range in price & offerings.
Check our website to see the list of participating ships; be sure to check the sailing schedule online as it changes nightly.
Noth On Main St At White Ave
Penticton, British Columbia
Saturday, December 06, 2014
Parade starts at 4:30pm
North on Main Street at White Avenue to Front Street
Barkerville, British Columbia
Daily from December 6, 2014 to December 8, 2014
Don't miss Barkerville's Old-Fashioned Victorian Christmas, featuring decorated displays, delicious home baking in the Wendle House, carol singing at St Saviour's Church and a variety of other festive activities.
Stay overnight in one of our popular B&Bs and discover what it was like to spend the holidays in Barkerville during times gone by.
Come savour this exciting yuletide treat!
9077 Dallas Dr
Kamloops, British Columbia
Daily from December 12, 2014 to January 4, 2015
17th Annual Wildlights Celebration. The tradition continues!
Come out for this classic family event. Your whole family will enjoy an eye-popping showcase of 380 shimmering, rope-light sculptures and over 600,000 twinkling lights, alongside wagon rides, a Wildlife Miniature Train, a Giant Maze and a spectacular nightly Laser Light Show.
23433 Mavis Ave
Fort Langley, British Columbia
Daily from December 19, 2014 to January 3, 2015
Make memories with family or out-of-town guests in the traditional holiday atmosphere of the Fort! At 11 am, start with a guided introduction of the site where British Columbia was born, then at 1 pm warm up with some heritage hot chocolate at the Heritage Hot Chocolate Program and decorate a cookie. At 3 pm roast chestnuts on an open fire while swapping stories with our costumed guides.
Note: closed Dec. 25, 26, and Jan 1.
Whistler, British Columbia
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Say goodbye to the old and welcome the new at this alcohol-free evening of family entertainment and celebration in Whistler Village. Wristbands are required for entry, and will grant you access to a range of venues offering indoor and outdoor entertainment for the young and old.
Keep it cozy and head to one of several indoor parties for a Youth Dance or New Year's Eve Kids' Countdown or go out and enjoy the snow and twinkling lights with ice skating at Whistler Olympic Plaza. Top it all off with a special Fire & Ice Show and a dazzling midnight fireworks display. No need to drive - take advantage of the free extended Whistler Transit Service on New Year's Eve from 6:00 pm until 4:00 am.