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Annual Christmas Comes to IB Saturday, December 1st hosted by IB Chamber of Commerce

Nov 25, 2018 11:36AM ● By Paul Spear
Annual Christmas Comes to IB Saturday, December 1st hosted by IB Chamber of Commerce  

ANNUAL TREE LIGHTING AND CHRISTMAS COMES TO IB 2018

 
This year the Imperial Beach Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the IB Farmer’s Market and on Friday, November 30th, we will have the annual Christmas Tree lighting.  Come visit our IB Farmer’s Market, enjoy Christmas carols and at 6:00 p.m. we will light the community Christmas tree.
 
Then on Saturday, December 1st - Get Excited!  Here comes Santa and the Mrs.  There goes the Grinch!!  Our very own community event – CHRISTMAS COMES TO IB – is here again.  It is a wonderful event for families and their children.  It is schedule for:

Saturday, December 1, 2018 – Noon to 4 p.m.

THIS EVENT at Pier Plaza is FREE to the public

 

There will be entertainment provided by choirs, bands, and children’s groups.  There will also be arts and crafts, free refreshments, photos with Santa and a special gift for each child from Santa.  Most importantly, Santa will be arriving on a big, red fire engine to light the Community Christmas tree and spend some time with the boys and girls of Imperial Beach.

 

The Imperial Beach Chamber of Commerce sponsors this event each year. 

 

If you can help in any way, please call the Chamber office at (619) 424-3151.   If you prefer to email – please email the chamber office at

info@ib-chamber.com  

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Paul Spear, Publisher, and Editor of Dig Imperial Beach 

 

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