Breakfast with Santa 2016
Event Date: 2016-12-03
Event Time: 8:00 am to 11:00 am
We hope you can join us for the Annual LBA Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 3rd at the Ladner Community Center.
The Ladner Business Association invites all community members to join us for our Annual Santa’s Breakfast on Saturday, December 3rd from 8am to 11am at the Ladner Community center (next to the outdoor swimming pool at 4734 51st St.).
For more than 35 years, this event has been the must-attend tradition in Ladner with now three generations of families celebrating the holiday season together with Santa.
This volunteer prepared breakfast will feature incredible pancakes and the option of ham along with hot coffee and juice. VIP's from the community will be serving the breakfasts and you might see members of Council, your MP, Your MLA, and many local business owners working in the kitchen.
Santa usually arrives at 8:30am in a police cruiser, with its lights flashing and sirens blaring! Then you can join Santa for a festive photo up on the main stage. While waiting for your visit and photo with Santa, entertainment will be provided by a singer/storyteller, face painters and clowns.
This event is put on with the tremendous support of local volunteers from the business community who share their time in organizing the event, decorating the hall, preparing the breakfast and our course clean-up.
We also are extremely grateful to our sponsors who help to offset the costs of this event.
Pancake Breakfast without ham - $5.00
Pancake Breakfast with ham - $7.00
Tickets are available at the door.
Presenting Sponsor: Port of Vancouver
Sugar Plum Sponsors:
Candy Cane Sponsors:
Ladner Business Association
PO Box 15 STN Main
Delta, BC V4K 3N5
For information please contact the
Ladner Business Association at
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-- Diane Askin, NetClimber Web Design Inc.