Business throughout Barriere will soon be making their preparations to participate in the 3rd annual Late Night Shopping Scheduled for Friday

Mark your calendar for Barriere 3rd annual Late Night Shopping

Barriere and District Chamber of Commerce has set the date for this year’s Late Night Shopping

The Barriere and District Chamber of Commerce (BDCOC) has set the date for this year’s Late Night Shopping.  It will be on Friday, Dec. 12.  They are also arranging for the 3rd Annual Passport to Shopping program.  Stamp cards will be ready by Nov. 27, so shoppers will be able to start getting them stamped as of Dec. 1.  Over the next several weeks, local businesses can expect a call from the Chamber asking if they will be participating in this program.

The Chamber is in the process of confirming the date and time for the Christmas Parade and Christmas Tree Light Up, as well as the Success By Six Breakfast With Santa.  As soon as the information on these events is confirmed, they will be added to the Community Calendar  that prints in the Star/Journal on page 16 of every issue.

For more information about the Late Night Shopping and Passport to Shopping program, contact  Marie Downing, BDCOC Manager, at 250-672-9221.

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