It was a festive morning at the Westbank Lions Community Centre on Dec. 3 for the Polar Pancake Pajama Party.
Dozens of families signed up for a pancake breakfast, crafts, and activities from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Senior Program and Event Coordinator for West Kelowna, Christy Staunton, said the city tries to add something new to their light up weekend each year and the pancake breakfast was new last year.
“A lot of these events used to happen before COVID, and after COVID a lot of them didn’t come back,” Staunton said. “The community wants these things, they want to be able to bring their kids to these activities, so each year we are trying to add one of those back in.”
The morning included temporary tattoos, cookie decorating, and colouring on top of breakfast.
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