Christmas films on tap outdoors on Victoria waterfront

Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe screening holiday favourites

If your idea of fun is getting bundled up, packing a container full of hot chocolate and watching some favourite holiday films outdoors, the Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort and Spa has the answer.

Starlight Cinema returned to the Inner Harbour hotel last night with a screening of Miracle on 34th Street and continues tonight (Dec. 5) with White Christmas. Every Tuesday and Wednesday before Christmas Day, movies will be projected onto a screen on the waterfront side of the hotel. Visitors are asked to bring a lawn chair.

Admission is free, but donations can be made to Santa’s Anonymous. Subsequent films are The Grinch, with Jim Carrey (Dec. 11), Home Alone (Dec. 12), A Christmas Carol (Dec. 18) and It’s a Wonderful Life (Dec. 19).

All start times are 6 p.m. and screenings are moved inside in the event of rain or high winds. For more information, call 250-360-2999 or visit deltavictoria.com.

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