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Christmas @ Canada Place

Nov 30, 2015





Don’t miss the 28th annual Christmas at Canada Place celebrations, presented by Port Metro Vancouver.

  • Dates: December 12 to 30, 2015 (Closed December 24 & 25)
  • Times: 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily
  • Admission: FREE
  • Location: Canada Place on The Canadian Trail (west promenade)

This year’s highlights include:

Woodward’s Windows*
The historic Woodward’s Windows are a treasured part of Vancouver’s history. Originally displayed in the popular Woodward’s department store, the windows featured classic holiday scenes with animated characters and elaborate decor. Handcrafted in the 1960s, the displays included The Candlestick Factory, Santa’s Workshop and The Lamplighter. Following the closure of the Woodward’s department store, Canada Place purchased the displays in 1993 and has continued to incorporate them into the Christmas at Canada Place experience.  The Woodward’s Windows offer nostalgia for those who remember seeing them displayed in the store and excitement for those seeing them for the first time. Learn more about the Woodward’s Windows.

 Capture your Christmas memories in a 15ft snow globe
The spirit of the holidays is brought to life in our port city. Join us for festive photos by donation, with all proceeds supporting Strathcona Community Centre’s Food Security for Children program. Learn how many of your holiday gifts, Christmas dinner favourites, and seasonal décor come through the port. We’re bringing goods to you in a good way. Follow us at #myportcity.

Rudolph’s Theatre
Stroll through Rudolph’s Theatre and catch a glimpse of classic Christmas movies Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman for all to enjoy.

Avenue of Christmas trees
Come see the beautifully decorated trees, sponsored by great community supporters.

Arts and crafts
Come in, sit down and write your letter to Santa, make an array of festive crafts, and more!

Information
Visit www.canadaplace.ca for more information.

 

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