Take a walk around Chemainus for Christmas

Chemainus’s Ninth Annual Walking Tour is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 6. Starting at 10 a.m. and running till 4 p.m., shoppers can visit 32 participating merchants and community organizations, enjoying Mural Town’s quaint holiday ambience.

Locations marked with a snowman offer the chance to enjoy treats, demos, hourly specials, crafts, instore specials, draws, seasonal music and more.

Maps showing all the participants are available at the Chemainus Visitors Centre and at the tent in the Chemainus Foods parking lot.

History buffs can get a sneak preview of the expansion at the Chemainus Museum while music lovers can catch live entertainment at Twisted Sisters Tea Room in Old Town.

There is even carolling in the Chemainus United Church on Willow Street starting at 2 p.m. Bring your camera, too, and look for photo opportunities with Santa Claus and Frosty the Snowman.

And there are always Chemainus’s world-famous murals to enjoy.

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