Adam Kveton Photo Milner House is lit up as people head down for some storytelling, refreshments and music on Dec. 7 during Milner’s Christmas Magic, running, Dec. 8, 9, and Dec. 14-19 from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

VIDEO: Milner Gardens Christmas Magic 2018

Lights, Santa and more in Qualicum Beach’s Milner Gardens and Woodlands

There’s lights, gingerbread houses, singers, Santa and more to check out at Milner Gardens and Woodland during Milner Christmas Magic.

Kids, parents and families of all ages were out on Friday night, Dec. 7 to take in the magic. The event runs Dec. 8 and 9 and Dec. 14-19 from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., with the last entry at 8 p.m. Entry is by donation.

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