A taste of Christmases past can be enjoyed at Langley Centennial Museum during Pioneer Christmas on Saturday

Christmas past comes to life

The Langley Centennial Museum’s Pioneer Christmas returns this year.

Families can enjoy some old fashioned Christmas fun when the Langley Centennial Museum hosts its annual Pioneer Christmas next month.

Two sessions will be held at the museum, located at 9135 King St. in Fort Langley, on Saturday, Dec. 5. A morning session will run from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. and an afternoon session will go from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The cost is $10 for a family of four with a $2 fee for each additional child or adult.

“There are so many fun and festive activities for the whole family to enjoy,” said Township of Langley arts and culture programmer Maggie Lukban.

“Kids will go on an exciting journey, moving from station to station, visiting the museum’s general store, writing a letter to Santa, and mailing it at the post office.”

Stations include a Christmas crafts corner, cookie decorating, grandma’s kitchen, and a sing along in the gallery. Children will be given a passport and will get their tickets punched at each of the stations.

There will also be a visit from Old Saint Nick, who will be giving out a special elf-made gift and taking a photo with the whole family.

To register for Pioneer Christmas, visit RecExpress.ca, drop in to any Township community recreation facility, or call the museum at 604-532-3536.

 

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