Lewis Maclean December 2017

23008 Fraser Highway Langley, BC V2Z 2V1 604-532-9625 www.lewismaclean.com


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Revitalizing Your Home’s Air This Winter

Thai Spaghetti Squash With Peanut Sauce


2 Things to Do This December

Vancouver Make it a date night or go with the whole family. The Peak of Christmas opened on Nov. 24 and concludes on Jan. 7. Bundle up and hit the mountain for a festive good time. See grousemountain.com/peak-of-christmas for complete information.

As winter officially sets in, there is more to do than ever. It can be hard to choose exactly which events to participate in. So this month, we wanted to include a couple of ideas that are a little closer to home and perfect for the weekend. Take a look! Hastings Park Winter Farmers Market kicked off on Nov. 5 and runs through April 2018. Every Sunday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Hastings Park at the PNE Fairgrounds is a bustle of activity. Dozens of vendors gather to offer the freshest winter produce, ethically-raised meats and fish, as well as a number of dairy products. You’ll also find a diverse selection of handmade goods, from woodcraft to jewellery. Or if you want to sample some of Vancouver’s food trucks, you definitely have that option. There is no shortage of fun to be had at the Winter Farmers Market. Free parking is available by Gate 2 on Renfrew Street. You can find more information about the market at eatlocal.org/markets/hastings-park. The Peak of Christmas at Grouse Mountain is one of the area’s holiday staples. Take in the incredible light displays, go ice skating on the top of the mountain, and immerse yourself in the holiday spirit. From the sleigh rides to the gingerbread village and Santa’s workshop, there is something for everyone. CELEBRATE THE SEASON IN

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