A Heritage Christmas brings good old fashioned festive fun

On Nov. 27, the annual Heritage Christmas was held at the Historic Park.

  • Nov. 30, 2016 4:00 p.m.

A visit from Santa...

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

On Nov. 27, the annual Heritage Christmas was held at the Historic Park.

The event, presented by the Friends of the Fort St. James National Historic Site, brought in a good crowd as a bonfire warmed many who gathered around eating homemade ice cream as hot dogs were being roasted on a snowy day.

Children took part in craft making and they watched in awe as a festive train set made its way around a brilliantly designed track complete with Santa and all. .

Community members gathered to watch a nativity play as everyone joined in song to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.

And of course, the day would not have been complete without a visit from jolly old St. Nick who made his rounds delivering candy canes as everyone celebrated a true old fashioned Christmas.


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