Downtown Duncan’s Christmas Kick Off draws delighted crowd

The small town Christmas scene was idyllic at Christmas Kick off in Duncan on Friday, Nov. 30. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Chestnuts on a carefully guarded fire at Christmas Kick off on Friday, Nov. 30. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Santa was a hit with the kids at Duncan’s Christmas Kick off on Friday, Nov. 30 as the lineup to see him stretched the length of City Square. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Ellis Young, Clodagh Young, Caoimhe Young with former North Cowichan councillor Maeve Maguire and MP Alistair MacGregor at Christmas Kick off on Friday, Nov. 30. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
The DDT Drumline attracted a large audience at Christmas Kick off on Friday, Nov. 30. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
The Adage Studio snowmen were back at Christmas Kick off on Friday, Nov. 30. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Liam Henderson, 16 months old, enjoyed Santa’s Helper’s band during Christmas Kick off on Friday, Nov. 30. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Santa’s Helper’s band was a hit during Christmas Kick off on Friday, Nov. 30. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)

The weather could not have been better — alright, maybe a little warmer perhaps, for the annual celebration of the season at the Downtown Duncan Christmas Kick Off in City Square and throughout the city.

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