Richmond Christmas Events 2010

Dec 19 2017, 4:43 am

Richmond, probably the cleanest and safest city in the lower mainland, is celebrating Christmas with a variety of events in the community. Check them out below…

Christmas in Steveston (Nov 28)
“Share the magic of the holiday season in Steveston Village with businesses decked in holiday style, the arrival of Santa, horse-drawn carriage rides, and the festive lighting of the tree in Fisherman’s Park (in front of the Gulf of Georgia Cannery)!”
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Santa @ Lansdowne (Dec 1-31)
“Santa has arrived at Lansdowne Mall! Have your picture taken with Santa! Also, Santa’s bringing the Polar Bear Circus to Lansdowne Centre! Hop aboard the Holiday Train, ride the Winter Carousel!”
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Song of Mary @ Richmond Pentecostal Church (Dec 12)
“The Richmond Chorus offers a selection of Mary-music from the Baroque period to the present day. This traditional concert always presens a variety of carols and audience singing.”
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Christmas with the Queens @ River Rock (Dec 23)
“Artistic Director Kevin Kreisz takes us on a ride through the holiday season in his magical production debut with choreography by Shawna Parry and Trevor Kozlow, includes dazzling costumes created by Chris Sinosich of Sebastian and Co. These 90 minutes of holiday frivolity in French revue format sizzles like the Lido Paris or the Bal du Moulin Rouge. With dynamic comedic performances, breathtaking dance production numbers, gorgeous costumes and astounding scenes, Christmas With The Queens: A Holiday Spectacular captivates audiences as the new holiday celebration!”
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Steveston Santa Claus Parade (Dec 23)
“Start at Hunt Street, First Ave – Third Ave, down to Moncton, then to Steveston Community Centre Held by Steveston Rotary, December 23, 7:00pm – 7:30pm

Special guest “Santa” and a variety of floats, marching band, community organizations as well as festive entertainment. Rotarians collected non-perishable food donations that are put into hampers and delivered to seniors within the community. All other food is delivered to the Richmond Food Bank for regular distribution. As always, any cash donations received during the parade is donated to the Richmond schools breakfast program.”
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