Vancouver Christmas Market 2013 Ticket Giveaway

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The Vancouver Christmas Market, located in the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, is open until December 24 and is one of the more affordable holiday activities for families. 

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Filled with the old-world charm of traditional German Christmas markets, the Vancouver Christmas Market offers unique gifts, handcrafted ornaments, live music, sweet and savoury snacks, and over 45 exhibitors in wooden huts decorated in thousands of twinkling lights.  For more information about hours and tickets, visit the website.

I am delighted to be giving away 2 tickets to the Vancouver Christmas Market! To enter, leave a comment describing your favourite family holiday activities. Contest closes Sunday, December 15 at 8 pm.

Congratulations to Andrea who has won this contest!

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17 thoughts on “Vancouver Christmas Market 2013 Ticket Giveaway

  1. I love going to the Bright Nights Train in Stanley Park, it was our daughter’s first time this year and she loved it! Can’t wait to go again next year with her.

  2. As a family we’ve decided to take a new tradition to do every year-celebrating Advent with short stories, reflection and taking quiet time to be truly thankful for all the blessings we are so fortunate to have.

  3. I love driving around and looking at the Christmas decorations, decorating the christmas tree, baking cookies and cooking the turkey.

  4. My favorite tradition with my (under 3) kids, sending baby formula to the food bank. We have a minor celebration that we don’t need these baby things any more 😉

    My favorite tradition with my parents… oh would have to be a tie between putting out tiny Darth Vader with the Peanuts ornaments or having reigndeer poop with my brother (funny what weirdness creeps into the holidays).

    Looking forward to new traditions!!!

  5. Christmas craft fairs, Stanley park Christmas train, the gingerbread house display at the Hyatt, the Christmas tree display at the four seasons, peak of Christmas at too of Grouse mountain and I could keep going….

  6. When ivwas little my favorite tradition was to sing Christmas songs very early in the morning in different houses where we were invite

  7. Hmm… my favorite holiday activities are really just the simple things. Setting up the tree, baking Christmas cookies and watching Christmas movies with my loved ones 🙂

  8. I live far away from my children who are all studying here in Canada. This year will be one of our favorite Christmases as we are celebrating it together as a family. We’ll be able to enjoy the traditional meals together, decorate our place with Christmas lights, go to mass, prepare gifts for one another. Being in Canada, we will surely explore new things to do.

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