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Tis the Christmas Season, and what better way to get into the spirit than taking the family out to a Christmas Concert. Some great Christmas fare with a bonus that your donations will go to great causes.

A Christmas Concert, Friday, December 15, 7 pm @ Brucefield Community United Church   Presenting a play entitle ‘Velma’s Diner’.

Free Will offering in support of Room to Grow.

HURONSONG Christmas Concerts

Goderich                                                   Seaforth

Sunday, Dec. 17, 2:30 pm                     Monday, Dec. 18, 7:30 pm
Lakeshore United                                Northside United
with Glister Children’s Chorus            with Meghan De Jager & friends

Benefit for Huron Women’s Shelter

Admission: Freewill Donation

It's Beginning to Sound A Lot Like Christmas

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It's beginning to sound a lot like Christmas with all the concerts happening around our countryside. Come out and experience any one or even all of them, and get into the Christmas spirit. Here are a few of the events happening soon.

Harmonies and Harp for Hospice, Friday, November 24th at 7 PM
Heartland Community Church   Featuring The MacKay Choristers
With Special Guests: Vocalist, John De Jager  and Harpist Mary Ross        
All Donations will go to “Huron Hospice Volunteer Services”

 

NORTHSIDE UNITED CHURCH    Presents  RANT MAGGIE RANT's
9th Annual  FROST & FIRE    A Celtic Christmas Celebration
Saturday Nov. 25th, 2017  Doors: 7:00 pm - Show: 7:30 pm
54 Goderich St W Seaforth   Tickets: $20 advanced,  $25 door
Tickets available by email: connietrotter41@gmail.com
Also Napa UAP, and Rooms N Bloom in Seaforth    Call: 519-955-6263
Or purchase online at:       WWW.RANTMAGGIERANT.COM

 

Blyth Festival Singers Home is a Special Kind of Feeling
Sunday, December 3, 3 pm @ St. George’s Anglican Church, 
North Street, Goderich     Adults $15.00 Children $6.00
With a Special Reading of “Dave Cooks the Turkey” 
by Gil Garrett, Artistic Director, Blyth Festival of the Arts

 

Coming Events in Our Area

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It's the time of year when nature takes a rest to recharge for spring, but that doesn't mean things are slowing down in our community. In fact, there are so many church bazaars and benefit concerts happening they are almost too numerous to mention. Here's an attempt to capture some of the things going on in our area:

November 21 - 1:00 pm, Clinton United Church
Canada Food Grains Bank Coffee & Information Session
Fall Information meeting 'Room at the Table.' Guest speaker John Longhurst discusses marketing, communications, fundraising and public engagement for Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
Contact and RSVP 519-482-7979 or email paul.seebach@vbsca.ca 

Brucefield Community United Church Turkey and Ham Supper, Sunday, November 12th 4:30-6:30 pm.  Advance tickets only, $17, Child 5-12 $6. 

Take out available. Call 519-263-2683 or 519-263-2823 for tickets.

Upcoming Bazaars 

Londesborough United Church Fall Bazaar, Saturday November 18th 10 – 2pm.  

Holly Berry Bazaar at St. Andrew’s United in Bayfield – Friday, November 17, 4 - 8 pm and Sat Nov 18, 10 - 3 pm. 

Egmondville United Church is hosting their Sugarplum Bazaar on Saturday, November 18, 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.  

Saturday, Nov 18th, 10 am to 2 pm for the Global Giving Mall at Lakeshore United Church. Visit an array of non-profit organizations offering unique and meaningful gifts. Your purchases will delight those you give to and support worthy humanitarian projects at home and around the world. At the same time, take in the Lakeshore UCW luncheon and book sale.

Harmonies and Harp for Hospice, Friday, November 24th at 7 PM 

Heartland Community Church   Featuring The MacKay Choristers

With Special Guests: Vocalist, John De Jager  and Harpist Mary Ross        

All Donations will go to “Huron Hospice Volunteer Services”

Clinton United Festive Fall Bazaar

The results are in, and it was another successful year for the Clinton United Church Bazaar. Thanks to all the hard work done by our dedicated church women, there was lots on display to tempt us into opening our wallets and joyfully purchasing  fantastic baking and beautiful craft work. There was also a delicious luncheon and a silent auction. Indeed there was something for everyone.