Sit down for pancakes and sausages with Santa

Jolly Old St. Nick will be at Langley's Backyard Vineyards on Dec. 14

Tickets are available to sit down and have breakfast with Santa this Saturday (Dec. 14) in support of the Langley Food Bank.

The event will be held at Backyard Vineyards (3033 232 St.) from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and the cost is $8 per child and $10 per adult.

The morning will be filled with food, crafts, story time and a visit from Santa Claus.

Pancakes and sausages will be on the menu with juice for the children and adults getting their choice of orange juice, mulled wine or a mimosa.

Each child will also receive a gift from Santa.

Non-perishable food items will also be accepted for the Food Bank.

Reservations are required and tickets are limited. Call 604-539-9463 to reserve.

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