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5 Ways to Make Holiday Memories at Park Royal This Season
Christmas shopping at Park Royal just got a whole lot better thanks to these family-friendly festivities.
December 7, 2016
1. Holiday lights
The Village at Park Royal’s 30-foot outdoor Christmas tree and charming holiday lights make evenings merry and bright, while Park Royal South’s modern exterior holiday lighting illuminates the way to such desirable retailers as Anthropologie, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Artizia, and more.
2. Santa’s new home
Santa is back! He has a stunning new Urban Barn designed home and he’ll be giving every child who visits a Lindt chocolate truffle to celebrate the opening of The Village’s new Lindt store.
3. Unique retailers
Park Royal’s 200 shops and services have something for everyone, from gorgeous accessories and stationery at Zing Paperie, to adorable apparel for kids at Hatley, to jewellery for a special someone at Lugaro, and so much more. Short on time? Simons is a one-stop shopping mecca that has been outfitting Canadians and their homes since 1840.
4. Festive cheer
It’s been a festive season of fantastic performances at Park Royal so far, and more fun is set to come:
- December 8th & 9th: School Choirs
- December 10th, from 1 – 3 p.m: Ballet Russe BC
- December 10th, from 3:15 – 5:15 p.m.: Karla Sax’s Jazz stylings
- December 17th, from noon – 2:30 p.m.: Sweet Scarlet in acapella
- December 18th, from 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.: East Van Horns
- Early afternoon on weekends: Noel Carolers
Festivities take place in various locations, click here for the Park Royal holiday calendar.
5. Some of Vancouver’s best eateries complete the experience
After a hard day’s shopping, relax at one of Park Royal’s full-service restaurants: unwind over a pint at Village Taphouse, savour with something hearty from Trattoria/ Italian Kitchen, sample the global fare at Cactus Club Café, and more. The food court, Five Guys, or Nandos are just some of the fast, great options for last-minute shoppers. Still too busy? Just grab a coffee from one of Park Royal’s many cafés, such as Faubourg Paris.