Kids excitedly watched the Christmas train in Curiosity Clothing’s window display. (Chelsea Novak/Rossland News)

Rossland celebrates 23rd annual Rekindle

Rossland celebrated its 23rd annual Rekindle the Spirit of Christmas on Saturday.

Rossland celebrated its 23rd annual Rekindle the Spirit of Christmas on Saturday.

There were activities for Rosslanders of all ages, including a seniors’ luncheon at the Legion, the Reindeer Prance down Columbia Ave. with Santa for the kids, all-ages performances at the Legion and the Christmas tree lighting in Harry Lefevre Square.

There were also a number of organizations fundraising on Columbia Ave. and many local businesses served treats, had special displays or did demos.

 

Over 100 Rosslanders came out to watch the Christmas tree lighting in Harry Lefevre Square. (Chelsea Novak/Rossland News)

Adam Howse and Sandra Balentine from the Rossland Public Library board were outside selling bake goods and books during Rekindle to raise money for the library. (Chelsea Novak/Rossland News)

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