Breakfast with SANTA

Taking place in the fabulous Arbutus Ballroom at the Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe

Gather your family and join the Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort and Spa for the First Annual Breakfast with Santa Victoria, in support of BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.

A one-of-a-kind event that promises to be the highlight of your holiday season! Taking place in the fabulous Arbutus Ballroom at the Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe, kids of all ages will be treated to Trent Arterberry and his Think Bigg Show that includes mime, storytelling and interactive fun; make holiday crafts, gingerbread people, decorate ornaments or help create a Christmas card for BCCHF; holiday elves will provide balloon animal creations and the guest of honour will make a grand appearance, host Story Time on the main stage, then each kid can visit in the Four Frames Photo Booth with Santa! It all happens Dec. 6, 9am-noon.

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