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PHOTOS: West Coast Christmas Show going strong in Abbotsford

The three-day event kicked off Friday and runs until Sunday

With Christmas shopping season upon us, so has the 11th annual West Coast Christmas Show & Marketplace kicked off for the weekend.

The show brings together holiday gifts, fancy foods, personal services, decor ideas, festive live florals and culinary presentations all under one roof at the Tradex Convention Centre.

The event began on Friday and runs until Sunday, including the Home for the Holidays Stage, Santa’s Workshop, Festival of Decorated Christmas Trees, Sounds of the Holidays Stage and the model train display.

Tickets to the event run for $10 for general admission, $9 for seniors 65-plus, free for youth and children 16 and under and with special group rates available by contacting the event co-ordinators.

The show closes its doors at 6 p.m. Saturday and opens again at 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Sunday.

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