It’s certainly the season for Christmas activities in the area.
Wednesday of this week, the 6th, will be the Festival of lights. It is a parade of farm equipment decorated with hundreds of lights going from Enniskillen, John Avery’s farm, to Tyrone Hall, beginning at 6 p.m. This is an event not to be missed.
The Port Perry Santa Claus parade on Saturday evening, was a true delight. Congratulations to the organizers.
Also on Saturday evening, a large group of folk from the area, enjoyed the 36th annual Living Christmas Tree at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Lindsay, when the cantata The Heart of Christmas: God’s Greatest Gift, Our Greatest Choice was presented.
Then on Sunday the Blackstock co-op Nursery School presented their annual pancake Breakfast, with Santa and His Friends at the Rec. Centre, with a large crowd in attendance.
Next Sunday, the 10th, will be White Gift Sunday, while the following, the 17th, will be the presentation of the choir’s cantata, “Come, the First Born Light”, at the regular time of 9:45. The U.C.W. will host a Souper Sundae, following church, when soup, buns or biscuits, along with sweets, will be served. Donations will be gratefully received.
His many friends wish Dale VanCamp improved health, while he remains under doctors care.
Winners at the Blackstock Euchre Club's party on Tuesday evening were: 1st George Wind, 2nd Harold Crawford, 3rd Audrey Mahaffy, 4th Ellen Gibson. Most lone hands: Audrey Mahaffy and George Winds. Mid Score: Keith VanCamp and Don Trunks. Specials were won by Diane Slute, Audrey Mahaffy, Pat Allemang, and Peter Booth.
If you enjoy an evening of playing euchre, these are held at the United Church each Tuesday, to begin at 7:30 sharp. You are very welcome to come and enjoy the evening.
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