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Christmas on the Farm draws large crowds to Canatara Park

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By Lou Sprenger, Special to The Journal

Hundreds of people were coming and going as Sarnia’s Christmas on the Farm returned to Canatara Park, Friday evening.

Lineups for the horse and buggy rides, train rides, and seeing Mrs. Claus were busy, with kids up until at least 8 p.m.

Crowds lined up for horse and carriage rides at Friday’s Christmas on the Farm event. (Lou Parry Photography)

It was nice enough that the ice sculpture was dripping pretty good, but that didn’t stop anyone from having lots of hot chocolate or hot apple cider.

Hot dogs and popcorn were on hand, as well as Christmas cookies to decorate. Kids crafts and a walk-throughs of the animal farm were also available.

The event, held in cooperation with the Seaway Kiwanis Club, returned in-person for the first time since 2019, and continued Saturday.

Crowds lined up for train rides at Canatara Park Friday night for the return of Christmas on the Farm. (Lou Parry Photography)

 

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