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Christmas In Vancouver Is The Time For Festive Flowers, Christmas Lights, And Goodwill
by Staff Writer

 

Christmas Planter

Christmas Planter

This post is proudly sponsored by FloristVancouver.com.

If you are looking to surprise someone for Christmas or for any occasion, or if you need to decorate your home for holiday guests, Florist Vancouver is your one-stop place for flowers and beautiful arrangements. You can find intricately arranged flowers, such as the Candy Cane Christmas Arrangement, Candy Cane Floral Basket Premium, or the Christmas planter featuring the seasonal favourite –poinsettia. If you have no time to buy chocolates to give as gifts, Florist Vancouver also has a selection of premium goodies, such as the delicious 64-piece Belgium chocolates gift box. Florist Vancouver has a great selection of flowers, too. So if you are looking for roses, chrysanthemums, lilies, gerberas, tulips, check out the website for more details. http://www.floristvancouver.com. If you have no time to shop in the malls, then go to Florist Vancouver and order your arrangement today. Delivery available in the Greater Vancouver area. Inquire today about their complimentary swiss chocolate.

Flowers on 1st-Kitsilano -location 1855 West 1st Ave, Vancouver. Phone: 604-558-0303 Visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpDpck8yf4s

 

This Month In Vancouver

Explore The Festival Of Lights -VanDusan Botanical Garden

Take a stroll to the annual the Festival of Lights, an unforgettable  winter  display showing over one million lights decorating VanDusen Garden, on until December  31. There’s more to see since there is an additional 5 new acres to Vancouver’s grandest holiday event!
Your family and friends will love watching the  interactive themed areas and enjoy the Dancing Lights show on Livingstone Lake, the gnome performance and the Vancouver Public Library’s Tales for a Winter’s Night.
You can have your photos taken with the man, himself, Santa, enjoy holiday treats, and discover so much more.

Winter Solstice Sun Yat-Sen Garden December 21

The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden and the Secret Lantern Society are proud to present the Winter Solstice Festival. Find the light on the longest, darkest night of the year!

Cultures around the world have celebrated the Winter Solstice –it’s a time to notice that winter has changed, and now the  days begin to grow longer as nature heralds the spring. In China, the Winter Solstice celebration (dong zhi) is a time of excitement — family and friends come together to eat, drink and be merry.

(Winter Solstice is more important than Lunar New Year).

Warm up with the  signature Dragon Spice holiday tea and a delicious hot bun, and enjoy the  breathtaking landscape. Lantern artists reimagine the beauty of the Garden with whimsical and spectacular pieces, while talented performers to to the stage.

Check Out the 6th Annual Vancouver Christmas Market

Get into the Christmas spirit and head on down to the 6th Annual Vancouver Christmas Market.  You’ll be amazed at the authentic German-inspired Christmas Market which offers a  perfect atmosphere to get together with friends, and family and enjoy in a wide variety of cultural activities and entertainment. Don’t forget to try the cider and take photos.
As you explore the  Vancouver Christmas Market, you’ll check out a mix of  traditional food and beverage, and there’s plenty of unique gift items, such as authentic wood carvings and toys, knitted goods, nutcrackers, pottery and other unique gifts. There’s a kids activities area and you can act like a kid again by riding Vancouver’s only Christmas Carousel.

 

Photos of German dancers at the Vancouver Christmas Market, file photos. Below, people ride the carousel at the Christmas market.

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Kids line up to visit Santa at Brentwood Mall.

Kids line up to visit Santa at Brentwood Mall.

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