7th Annual Christmas In Mulhurst Bay

Pipestone Flyer

On December 6th and 7th, 2014 Mulhurst Bay will be holding the 7th year of ‘Christmas in Mulhurst Bay’. This event involves five homes on the Christmas tour and a Christmas craft sale. The craft sale is held at the Mulhurst Bay Community Centre – 3802- 50th Ave., Mulhurst Bay.

The homes on the tour are scattered throughout the community and are beautifully decorated for the holidays. Many of the homes are done in different themes. The past six years have shown attendees a wide variety of ideas for holiday decorating. There have been homes with a different storybook theme in every room, one with Victorian lace and angels, some filled with antique decorations from the past, some with a very country style, a moose room, a poinsettia room, lots of bears, snowmen, jesters, some unbelievable decorations that have come from many different parts of the world. Every year different and amazing ideas are shown.

The craft sale has 55 tables of wares. There are soaps, hand work, needle work, woodworking items, Christmas decorations, jams, jellies, baking, glassware, jewelry, and many other unusual ideas for your gift list.

This event also has a concession to keep everyone very satisfied when the hunger set in and with all the wonderful smells coming from the kitchen it is very difficult to not get a craving. This year we will be serving a perogie plate, breakfast buns, taco salad, cinnamon buns, etc.

There is no fee for the craft sale but it is hoped people attending will drop off items for the food bank. Also, a portion of the money from the proceeds raised from the sale of HOUSE TOUR tickets and concession is donated to the Santa’s Elves, who do a great job of making sure all families who are in need have a Christmas dinner and gifts for the children.

We hope to see everyone there.

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