Christmas in Nanaimo: North Town Centre busy over holidays

Nanaimo North Town Centre is celebrating the holiday season with festive music and fun for the entire family.

Nanaimo North Town Centre is celebrating the holiday season with festive music and fun for the entire family.

Children and the young at heart can visit Santa, get their photo taken with him and enjoy some homemade cookies throughout the Christmas holidays.

Fridays in December mean festive music at the mall with a number of performances including the VanIsle Fiddlers, Camerata Singers and Merville Mennonite Choir. Please go to www.nanaimonorth.com for times and dates.

Dec. 11 is the Winter Wonderland Kids Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with photos with Frosty the Snowman, face painting, art projects and more.

All proceeds from the day go the Nanaimo Child Development Centre.

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