Aldergrove Star

A Very Merry Christmas Arrives in Aldergrove

Santa and Mrs. Claus were the guests of honour aboard the Aldergrove Elks float in the Light Up Aldergrove Parade on Saturday, Dec. 8.

The royal couple entertained many youngsters at the hugely popular Elks Children’s Christmas Party earlier that afternoon, before riding through town to the delight of many hundreds of onlookers.

Several Christmas events in the community were also well-attended, including the Langley Community Chorus concert at St. Dunstan’s on Sunday afternoon, which was a well-received sell-out and resulted in the first overflowing parking lot in the church’s history.

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