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Get a pic with Santa at Kelowna Fire Museum

Picture this: There’s Santa, a vintage fire truck and children. Add Fine Photography by Dwight and what develops is photos with Santa at the Kelowna Fire Museum and Education Centre.

It all takes place Saturday, Dec. 3, when Santa visits the museum beside the historic Water Street Fire Hall.

You and your family can capture the moment by having a photo taken with Santa on an antique 1928 Graham Ladder Truck. Photos will be taken inside the fire museum, 1630 Water St., from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Each photo costs $10 and you may choose either a print copy or a digital version. Proceeds from all photos taken, T-shirt and craft sales will be donated to the Kelowna Fire Museum and Education Centre.

The museum will house displays of fire equipment and memorabilia highlighting the more than a century of service to the citizens of Kelowna. Also planned is an education centre to help children across the Central Okanagan learn about making safe choices, especially when it comes to fire.

 

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