Mr. and Mrs. Claus visit Glenda’s Christmas Cottage

Mr. and Mrs. Claus are making an early appearance this weekend at Glenda’s Christmas Cottage.

Mr. and Mrs. Claus are making an early appearance this weekend at Glenda’s Christmas Cottage.

Every year, Glenda Cox transforms her cottage into a magical Christmas world, with the event becoming a tradition for some families. Mrs. Claus will help children create masterful cookies and crafts on Saturday. Attendees will enjoy free popcorn and hot chocolate, while sitting next to a warm bonfire.

Santa will be there, available for pictures and special requests. Hours for Saturday, Nov. 19 are 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. All are invited to visit the site to admire thousands of Christmas lights on display at the cottage, at 4557 Mt. Lehman Rd.

For more information call 604-856-4743 or email glendacox@shaw.ca

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