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Abbotsford restaurant holds pizza-making party on Christmas Eve

Pizza Garden invites kids ages five to nine to make pizza; free slices for kids up to age 15

An Abbotsford business is swapping hot chocolate and candy canes for a different kind of treat on Christmas Eve.

Pizza Garden (2653 Trethewey St.) is holding a free pizza-making party on Dec. 24 as their gift to kids in the community.

Kids from the ages of five to nine can make pizza from noon to 5 p.m. Free pizza slices are available for kids up to the age of 15 from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“We believe that Christmas is about to give and make our loved ones happy. At Pizza Garden, our gift is pizza for them. We want to make all children happy and spend enjoyable hours with us on this Christmas Eve,” organizers say.

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