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Cumberland Community Schools Society presents Santa’s Break Room

This year, the Cumberland Community Schools Society (CCSS) has moved its seasonal fundraiser outside for three fun-filled evenings in Cumberland Village Square.

Santa’s Break Room is a behind-the-scenes look at Santa’s place. Santa is away preparing for Christmas, but his elves are throwing a party and everyone is invited!

Complete an I-Spy scavenger hunt and receive a prize, help elves paint a holiday picture, or get busy in Santa’s workshop making a craft. Indulge in a sweet treat from the North Pole Test Kitchen and take a family picture in front of a holiday backdrop.

With rotating activities and intermittent entertainment, this event can be visited a little or a lot. Entry is by donation and funds raised from this event will go towards CCSS after school and community programs, the Healthy Food Program (a breakfast, lunch, and snack program within the school), operating the youth centre, and the Cumberland Food Share (the village’s food bank).

The event takes place 4:30 to 8:30, Dec. 9, 10 and 11.

ALSO: Comox Valley Santa’s Workshop in need of bicycles and volunteers

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