Christmas on Baker Street is a fun

Christmas returns to Baker Street

A live nativity scene, Christmas music, warm drinks and food will be on offer as a gift to the community from the local churches of Nelson.

A Nelson tradition returns to Baker Street on Friday, December 13th.

Christmas on Baker is a fun event for all ages.

A live nativity scene, Christmas music, warm drinks and food will be on offer as a gift to the community from the local churches of Nelson.

Children will have the opportunity to meet the farm animals in the manger scene.

Performances will be given by the Nelson Community Band and Choir, Nelson Christian Community School and St. Joe’s school choirs, The Catholic Youth Band, and The Kootenay Christian Fellowship Band.

There will be a community Christmas carol sing-a-long as well.

Free hot chocolate and hot dogs will be served to keep spirits high and fingers warm.

The festivities will run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the 600 block of Baker Street. Everyone is welcome to celebrate the season.

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