The Hallmark Christmas movie Love Finds Its Way is set to film on Cloverdale’s iconic main street between March 19 and 21.

Christmas comes early to Cloverwood

Love Finds Its Way on 176 Street as filming season kicks off in downtown Cloverdale

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cloverdale.

The Hallmark Christmas movie Love Finds Its Way is set to film on Cloverdale’s iconic main street between March 19 and 21.

Film crew put up Christmas decorations on Sunday, March 19, and on Monday morning they worked their movie magic to create a winter wonderland, lining the the sidewalk with snow in front of the Clova cinema on 176 Street.

Despite it being the first day of spring, it could well have been mid-winter.

The film features Catherine Bell, best known for her role in Good Witch, as well as Nicole Anthony and Canadian-actress Matreya Fedor.

The film will return to Cloverdale for additional filming in October.

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