AutismBC Goes to Quiet Time with Santa at North Pole Picture Co. (Park Royal S West Vancouver)
December 4 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Join us at Park Royal Mall for the 7th annual AutismBC Goes to Quite Time with Santa!
This event is FREE to AutismBC members.
Christmas is a busy time of the year. The malls are crowded with people taking pictures with Santa, buying gifts and running around. The sights, sounds and smells of malls can be overwhelming for many. Park Royal and North Pole Picture Co. understands that this can be hard for autistic children and their families and wants our community to also join in on the holiday festivities.
We have partnered with North Pole Picture Co. this holiday season to bring our members this event.
This exclusive event is on Sunday, Dec 4th from 9am to 11:00am at Park Royal South on the mainfloor in the west hallway by Simons.
This event will provide a comfortable, sensory-friendly environment for families to enjoy their time with Santa in a quieter setting. The mall music will be turned off during this time.
REGISTRATION & RSVP FOR THIS EVENT OPENS ON November 17th at 1 pm.
You must login to your AutismBC membership account to register for this event.
Please login and RSVP as space is very limited and every year fills up fast and each registrant will only have five minutes with Santa.
You can RSVP HERE.
We will contact families to let them know what time to arrive.
Your visit with Santa will include one photo. Additional photos may be purchased.
Click Here for a Park Royal + North Pole Co. Santa Social Story on visiting Santa at Park Royal Mall.
Park Royal South is located at:
Park Royal South, 1st floor by Simons, 2002 Park Royal S, West Vacnouver BC,V&T 2W4
Google Maps: https://g.page/westshoretowncentre?share
We hope to see you and your family on Dec 4th
If you have any questions about the event, please contact Brock at [email protected]
Registration will close when the event is full. We set up a waitlist each year in case we get cancelations.
AutismBC provides free, safe, and supportive community events where everyone can be themselves. These events are an opportunity for our members to come together, talk and, have fun with others who understand and share similar life experiences. Our goal is to reduce financial barriers to recreation and promote inclusion for people on the autism spectrum and their families.