Carol Ships

Event Details

Various waterfront locations

For the 50th launching of the City’s carol fleet, roughly 50 ships will be floating by shores this month and broadcasting live carols across the waves.
December 3 to 23.

North Vancouver Annual Carol Ship Celebrations 2010

Visit the shores of beautiful Deep Cove this holiday season, where we’ll be gathering in Panorama Park on Saturday December 11, 2010 at 8:00pm to watch the Carol Ships sail by. Sing and dance as Clive’s Christmas performs; enjoy a warm and festive evening filled with carolling, roving performers, free craft workshops (while supplies last), a blazing bonfire, and beautiful lights. Santa himself may even stop by!

Please bring donations of non-perishable foods or toys in support of the Family Services of the North Shore Christmas Bureau and the North Shore Harvest Project. For more information, please call 987-PLAY (7529).

CONTACT: Amanda Dickson & Susan Mont
Community Events, North Vancouver Recreation Commission
Tel: (604) 983-6575

Festival of Lights 2010

The Lower Lonsdale Business Association in conjunction with the City of North Vancouver invites you to celebrate the Annual Festival of Lights on Saturday, December 4, 2010 at the NEW Shipbuilders Square at the foot of Lonsdale Avenue in North Vancouver from 5:00pm – 8:00pm.

This year’s festival celebrates the grand opening of the NEW Shipbuilders Square and outdoor stage featuring an evening filled with great family entertainment, complimentary coffee, hot chocolate & Christmas cookies.

Santa will be hard at work in his workshop and welcomes children to visit between 7:00-8:00pm

CONTACT: Wendy Sears
Community Events, North Vancouver Recreation Commission
Tel: (250) 228-4452

West Vancouver

Carol Ships
December 9th and December 20th
Dundarave Park

Carol Ships & Bonfire
December 20th
Dundarave Park
Gather around the bonfire to keep warm while singing carols and watching the stream of decorated boats go by.

For more info call 604-925-7194



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