Mill Bay Centre is set to welcome Christmas on Saturday, Nov. 25. (Citizen file)

Mill Bay Centre lights up this Saturday

With music and Santa Claus arriving at 5 p.m., Mill Bay Centre is starting to look a lot like Xmas

Ready for some pre-Christmas fun?

Bring the family to the Mill Bay Centre Light-Up this Saturday, Nov. 25 to enjoy entertainment, hot chocolate, and watch Santa come down from the top of the Thrifty’s building at 5 p.m.

There’ll be lots to enjoy in the way of entertainment, including, at 4 p.m., Shelley Smiley & Phil Newns; 4:15, Scott McGill & Groove Social; 4:35, KC & Ginja Lion; 4:40, Beth Marie Anderson; and at 4:55, Shelley Smiles helps everyone welcome Santa. At 5:15 Brenda’s Brats perform, followed at 5:35 with Shelley Smiley & Phil Newns returning to the stage.

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