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Event Archive - Christmas Kick Off: The Smiley Family Band, Santa Clause

Fri. November 24th 2017 @  Downtown Duncan Duncan BC (All Ages)
5:30 - 8:30
Free
Presented by: Downtown Duncan BIA
At Christmas Kick-Off, we welcome Santa as he arrives by fire truck and visit him in his Santa Station under the red tent. Carols will be sung and played by community choirs and bands, and the Smiley Family Band will be back to entertain the crowd. Chestnuts will be roasting and lights will be sparkling from the community Christmas trees, decorated by local businesses and service groups. Spread Christmas cheer as you hitch a ride on a horse-drawn wagon! Warm up with a hot beverage and bite to eat from one of our fabulous downtown restaurants or concessions set up for the evening by various local non-profits. At 8:00pm the evening's finale begins as fireworks light up the sky from the roof of City Hall.

Schedule of Events - City Square

5:30 Welcome

5:40 Smiley Family Band

6:00 Tree lighting & Santa

6:15 Smiley Family Band

8:00 Fireworks Finale!

Community Christmas Tree Forest

The Downtown Duncan BIA is once again sponsoring the Annual Community Christmas Tree Forest in City Square. All community groups, organizations, and businesses are invited to take part in this unique opportunity to tell the community a little about your organization while at the same time helping to beautify our city during the festive season. Live trees, ordered through the DDBIA, are brought to City Square for you to decorate with your holiday theme.

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The Smiley Family Band (party songs)

We play the songs that make every event , well, eventful! Lots of costumes and shananigans( Sorry Shannon,lol) .All upbeat songs from all eras and genres. Four out of 6 of us are siblings and yes our last name really is Smiley, We have been entertaining in the music industry all of our lives and love our audiences. more info
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