With his reindeer and sleigh being prepped for Dec. 24, Santa Claus came to Nanaimo on a Harbour Air sea plane Nov. 25 to visit with the Harbour City’s children. (KARL YU/News Bulletin)

PHOTOS: Santa Claus comes to Nanaimo

You better watch out, you better not cry, as Santa Claus came to Nanaimo Saturday, Nov. 25.

The Harbour City got a visit from Jolly Old St. Nicholas Saturday, Nov. 25 as Santa Claus came to town via a Harbour Air sea plane.

Santa led a procession up the sea wall and to Vancouver Island Conference Centre where the B. Gallant Homes Gingerbread Village was.

The Gingerbread Village will also be at the centre Dec. 2, 9 and 16 from noon to 4 p.m with gingerbread decorating, photos and refreshments.


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