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Peachland getting into Christmas spirit

With the reminder that Christmas is only six weeks away, Peachland public works staff are now busy putting up Christmas lights in preparation for the festive season.

Another popular local Christmas tradition is the 19th annual Christmas Craft Fair, taking place Nov. 24, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Peachland Community Centre.

More than 55 crafters will display wares such as baked goods, knitting and fabric art; woodwork, soaps, jewelry, puzzles, crafts, skincare and so much more.

General admission is $1 at the door.

For the kids, Breakfast with Santa reservations are now being accepted. The event features a pancake breakfast, entertainment and a special visit with Santa.

It takes place Saturday, Dec.1, at the Peachland Community Centre. For more information, all 250-767-2133.

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