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The City of Charlottetown’s 23rd annual Jingle Bell Walk and Christmas tree-lighting will take place Friday, Dec. 7.
Hosted by the city’s parks and recreation department, the Jingle Bell Walk will begin at 6 p.m. at the Beach Grove Routes for Nature and Health Trail.
Participants are to meet in the parking lot behind the Beach Grove Nursing Home.
Everyone is encouraged to bring a flashlight to light the trail and a bell for some holiday jingle.
Look for the decorated parks and recreation truck and be ready for some carolling.
After the walk, activities for the whole family will be held at the West Royalty Community Centre (1 Kirkdale Dr.), 6:30-7:30 p.m., including wagon rides, live entertainment by Bobby Doyle, inflatable activity centres and the Christmas tree-lighting.
Light refreshments will be provided, and there will be a station to decorate cookies. All activities are free and open to all ages.
For more information, contact the parks and recreation department at 902-368-1025.