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Celebrate Christmas at North Pole BC #YVR #FraserValley

For the second year in a row, the Lower Mainland’s premier family Christmas attraction has returned to the Fraser Valley! The Festival of Christmas at North Pole BC has become a treasured family tradition for us, and my girls can’t wait to see Santa, Mrs. Claus, and all the elves again! You can get an idea of what to expect by reading about our trip to last year’s North Pole celebration.

Visit with Santa at NorthPole BC

Expect to see old favourites like the North Pole Post Office, the Puppet Theatre, the Gingerbread Bakery where you can decorate your own cookie, Professor Nutt the Toy Inventor, and the Toy Workshop, as well as NEW interactive scenes and attractions like the Riddle Room, Creation Station, Prancer’s Pantomime, and Club Eggnog for Fun, Frolics & Games.

It’s sure to be a fun and magical time for the whole family!

The North Pole BC Festival of Christmas operates on select days from December 4th to December 23rd, 2015. Tickets are on sale now through North Pole BC. Time slots can sell out quickly so pre-book your visit online to avoid disappointment.

Win a Family Pass to North Pole BC!

I’m pleased to offer my local readers a chance to win a family pass for up to 5 people to this year’s North Pole BC event! Pass is valid for pre-booked visits from December 5-23 for any available time slot, subject to availability. Pass does not include Toy Workshop, Santa photos, attractions outside of the North Pole (midway or dining hall), or parking.

Enter in the giveaway widget below. This giveaway is open to anyone who can attend North Pole BC on the dates indicated. Travel is not included. All entries will be verified.

While you’re here, check out my other open giveaways on my Giveaway Page!

Disclosure: I will receive media tickets to this event in exchange for sharing this information.

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  • Our favourite family tradition is the day we set pall our Christmas decorations. We make a whole day of it; decorating the house, baking cookies etc and then we go out to look at Christmas lights or watch a Christmas movie to end the day.