PHOTOS: Christmas on the Peninsula celebrated in White Rock

Event featured market, crafts, parade

City of White Rock residents gathered Saturday to celebrate Christmas on the Peninsula.

The 10th anniversary of the event featured – among many other mini-events – crafts, Christmas tree lighting celebration and a parade, which took a new route this year.

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Families gathered to celebrate Christmas on the Peninsula Saturday. (Becky McCaffrey photos)

Families gathered to celebrate Christmas on the Peninsula Saturday. (Becky McCaffrey photos)

Families gathered to celebrate Christmas on the Peninsula Saturday. (Becky McCaffrey photos)

Families gathered to celebrate Christmas on the Peninsula Saturday. (Becky McCaffrey photos)

Families gathered to celebrate Christmas on the Peninsula Saturday. (Becky McCaffrey photos)

Families gathered to celebrate Christmas on the Peninsula Saturday. (Becky McCaffrey photos)

Families gathered to celebrate Christmas on the Peninsula Saturday. (Becky McCaffrey photos)

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