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11/20/2016 00:00:00 Christmas In The Village Northwest

Christmas comes to Black Creek Pioneer Village! Come and see the Village in its finest holiday attire and celebrate Christmas with old and new traditions. - Explore Holiday Customs on the Tour of Traditions - Marvel at Old-Fashioned Christmas Feasts & Taste Flaming Puddings of Yesteryear - Make a Decoration to Trim your Tree - Tap your Toes and Try Victorian Dancing - Savour Chestnuts Roasted on an Open Fire - Laugh Along with Black Creek's History Actors - Mincemeat Tarts & Apple Cider for Purchase - Visit with Santa Claus and View the Village from a horse-drawn wagon on December weekends - Relax, wander, and visit our many homes and workshops, decorated to celebrate the season
by via City of Toronto All Events

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