Small Christmas grows in McTavish Market

The display is 14 feet with seven tiers, more moving parts and a vintage train set

Conan Chee, third-generation owner of McTavish Market, said the display, which features lights and a moving train set this year, is a hit with the community. (Conan Chee photo)

McTavish Market’s third annual Christmas Village is on display.

It’s bigger than ever at 14 feet with seven tiers, more moving parts and a “fairly large” vintage train set, says shop owner Conan Chee.

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“Once again we are doing the Find Santa Holding a Gift contest as a way to give back to the community in a fun way,” Chee said. The shop is at the interesection of McTavish and East Saanich roads.

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