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The Christmas spirit is alive and well in Kitchener Krista Gould It's a wonderful event and my Christmas spirit doesn't begin until I attend your festival. Nicole, Toronto My mom has taken my brother and I to the Christkindl Market ever since it first opened. We felt surrounded by love and happiness and enjoyed being around the German community - especially because we could not be with our family in Germany at Christmas.

I still remember and still feel the warm feelings I first felt when I visit the Christkindl Market. I always make sure I attend each year with my Mom and now take my daughter along as well. I hope she too will be able to attend for years to come and in the future, bring her children as well.

Lisa, Ich war nur mal zu einem Christkindl Markt. Das war circa in Pforzheim im Schwarzen Wald. Ich kann mich noch nach all diesen Jahren an die wunderbaren Lichter und Aromas, so wie all die schoene Musik und die Weihnachts Stimmung, ganz gut erinnern, als wenn es gestern war.

Vielen Dank dass Sie diese herrliche Tradition aus Deutschland herueber gebracht haben. Ich wuenschte wir koennten jaehrlich kommen um den Christkindl Markt zu besuchen.

Christine, Toronto Love it-part of my yearly Christmas tradition! Heidi, Cambridge Nice! I just moved back from living in Europe for 9 years, this was so nice!

They even have real, hot mulled wine, a staple at every German Weihnachtsmarkt. For us, visiting the market in Kitchener was a few hours back home away from home. Very nice! Henning, London Love it. Traditional December event we all look forward to at our house. Joyce, Kitchener Beautiful. Love the nativity and ornaments. Everything ist wunderbar Sonja, Kitchener We absolutely love it!

It's been a family tradition to go to the German Christmas market at the Toronto International Centre since I was a small child back in the 70's and 80's. Now I have children of my own and we have been coming to the Kitchener Christkindl Market for the past 10 years. We stay at a nearby bed and breakfast go to the farmers market and then the Chirstkindl.

It's a beautiful weekend that we look forward to all year long. I love the whole German feel.

My mother was German from Darmstadt. We grew up speaking German with all the German customs and festivities. Christmas and Nikolaus Tag were our favourites. The smell of the the roasted beer nuts, bratwurst, goulash soup, saurkraut, potato pancakes and blacksmith fire in the crisp, cold winter air creates a feeling in me that I cannot explain.

It really makes me and my family feel wonderful and happy. With all the craziness in today's world, it's so good to know we can disappear for a weekend in the warmth and nostalgia of the Christkindl.

What a wonderful way to spend a lunch hour!

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I go every year on Thursday and Friday. I LOVE it! It just lifts the spirits and is so "magical"! Thank you for such a wonderful experience, every year! Louanne As we entered the building, we saw so many beautiful Angels, and so many beautiful ornaments, so unique to this event that you couldn't download them anywhere else. What a memory.

My daughter and I attend this event each and every year. It's like our own tradition, just for the 2 of us. It's a night out together to bond, celebrate the holidays and of course to look for that very special Christmas ornament for this year. Karen McComish I will be there again to enjoy my childhood memories all over again, not to forget the food and smells of this special time.

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Ursula As the rest of the world gallops forward, there is a tradition that keeps people in Waterloo Region firmly rooted in the past, at least during Christmas. The annual four-day Christkindl Market opens Thursday in front of Kitchener City Hall, recreating a Bavarian tradition first officially recorded in The original market, called Nikolausdult, was designed as a temporary affair constructed from wood and canvas and erected in front of a church.

Visitors from far and wide would arrive to both sell and download items, some from other countries, giving the market an international flavour. Then in a few days, it would all disappear.

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Christkindl Market takes over much of city hall, both inside and out, with gift vendors indoors and food outdoors on Civic Square, where they will pander to anyone with a hankering for Germanic food, including schnitzel, marinated herring and Schinken on a bun as well as the regular crowd pleasers such as sausage, potato pancakes, stollen and waffles. This is no time to go on a diet. Meanwhile,these samples will be checked foraccuracy and any tweaks will bemade as applicable. MR Missing page Got a newsUnfortunately, due to a mix-up at the printers last issue, story or newpage 61 of Paul A.

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