Christmas at the Glacier

Christmas at the Glacier has become a much anticipated event, not just for the City of Mount Pearl but for Newfoundland and beyond! Exhibitors and visitors alike mark their calendar, ensuring they won't miss this traditional kick off to the shopping season. From its beginnings in 1993 when the Glacier arena itself was barely completed, Christmas at the Glacier continues to be the largest and highest attended event of its type in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Please join us for the 30th annual 5 day Festival of Craft and Art as it will once again be an extravaganza of gift giving and personal shopping, featuring over 100 Craft producers, Artists and Gift-ware merchants from across Canada. Don't forget to check out the 3rd floor Gallery and Elves Workshop for more space to shop, and lots more exhibitors.
 
Wed, Oct 19 - 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Thu, Oct 20 - 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Fri, Oct 21 -10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sat, Oct 22 -10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sun, Oct 23 - 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
 
Check out more information at: https://cgientertainment.ca
The background is a solid brown on each side of the picture, in the middle it is a lighter brown almost beige. Across the top it says Christmas at the Glacier in large red lettering, under this is October 19-23rd, 2022 in smaller black font. There the is a light green line separating this section from the next. The next section has on the upper left side in red lettering CELEBRATING OUR 30TH ANNIVERSARY and to the right of that is a large red gift box with green shiny ribbon with the top off it and there is a white rocking horse toy just above the gift to the right, a brown reindeer toy jumping out of the box  and there is a green wreath with golden bells and a red bow on the spot closes to the toppled box cover. in front of the gift in large red and white stripped letters it says SALE and there is snow on the top of each letter.  Below this across the bottom it says www.christmasattheglacier.com in small red letting.

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