A Christmas setting at Filberg Heritage Lodge.

Christmas season starts this weekend at Filberg Lodge

Filberg’s Christmas at the Lodge & Holiday Market is back for its fourth year.

‘Tis the season, and what better place to prepare yourself for the holidays than at the beautiful Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park. Come down and enjoy the festivities the weekend of Nov. 26 and 27 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. for a classic Christmas in the Park. Get your seasonal shopping done at the same time with more than 25 exhibitors, including artisans from around the Comox Valley and Vancouver Island. There will be a host of one-of-a-kind and gourmet gift ideas to capture the imagination of all.

Entrance is free so come as often as you like. Drop in for a power shop or bring the whole family and also enjoy festive treats, baking, music and Christmas tree decorating. And yes, Santa will be stopping by. Fun for all. Kids’ activities will be available from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. each day. Custom Gourmet Catering will be busy in the Filberg Summer Kitchen preparing light lunch options and seasonal specialties to delight.

Stay late and see the park all lit-up as part of Light Up the Filberg, taking place every evening from Nov. 25 through to Jan. 1. Some might say it’s the most wonderful time of the year at the Filberg. Not to be missed. All proceeds for these events go to the Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park Association. You can support the association with the purchase of a raffle ticket giving chances to win one of five fantastic prizes including a return flight for two from Comox to Vancouver with Pacific Coastal Airlines. For all event details, visit www.filberg.com.

 

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