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Christmas events around the South Peace

November 30, 2023

By: Austin Payeur, Community Reporter

The Hoku Sei Kan Judo Club sold some Christmas treats at the Wembley Winter Market, held on Nov. 25 and 26. Hosted in the Wembley Elementary School, the market was sponsored by the Wembley Community Society (WCS) to raise funds for a new playground at the school. While visiting the vendors, residents could also decorate cookies by donation and snag a photo with Santa Claus. (Photo by Austin Payeur)
Janet Enfield sold off some pottery in Wembley as well. (Photo by Austin Payeur)
Theresa of Tea Knits got some needlework done at the Wembley market. (Photo by Austin Payeur)
On Nov. 24 and 25, the first annual Hythe Christmas Festival was hosted at the Hythe Community Centre. In addition to a craft market, the day saw Christmas crafts and activities for children, and closed off with a light up on the evening of Nov. 25. Jared Wilson snagged a Christmas tree just in time for the holidays at the Hythe market. (Photo by Austin Payeur)
Hope Vye, 6, dropped off a letter for Santa at the Hythe Christmas Festival. (Photo by Austin Payeur)
Tyra Dolemo checked out some of the wares available at the Hythe market. (Photo by Austin Payeur)
Volunteers, including the Beaverlodge Beef 4-H Club, Beaverlodge Fire Department and Alliance Church lent a helping hand to the annual food drive in Beaverlodge on Nov. 27. (Photo by Austin Payeur)
Organizing donations at the Beaverlodge food drive. (Photo by Austin Payeur)