For members with 1 child

$10

For non-members with 1 child

$15

For members with 2+ children

$12

For non-members with 2+ children

$20

About this Event

Younger children are encouraged to let their imaginations run wild while decorating cookies and attending a captivating French story time, while older children will make delicious holiday treats in our cooking workshops. Everyone (parents included!) have the opportunity to get creative with holiday-themed arts and crafts activities. Plus, what kind of holiday party would it be without hot chocolate and some festive treats!

We can't say for certain, but there may even be a visit from someone very special—so be sure to practice your best greeting. Can you say "Bonjour Papa Noël" ?



Schedule of Activities

9:30 AM – 10:15 AM Cookie Decoration Atelier in the Ballroom (ages 3 - 7)
OR Cooking Workshop in the Kitchen (ages 7 - 10)
10:15 AM – 10:45 PM Arts & Crafts
10:45 AM – 11:15 AM Story Time in the Ballroom (ages 3 - 7)
OR Cooking Workshop in the Kitchen (ages 7 - 10)
11:15 AM – 12:30 PM Papa Noël

Our Sponsors

Un grand merci to Jacadi and PAUL Bakery for their generous support of this event.

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