Come to Alex House for dinner, carolling

Seniors Christmas Dinner and carol sing to be held Wednesday, Dec. 14 from noon until 2 p.m.

Our traditional Seniors Christmas Dinner and carol sing – now in its 29th year – will be held Wednesday, Dec. 14 from noon until 2 p.m.

Special elf guests will visit and, as usual, we will serve a traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings.

If you’d like to join us, please register before Dec. 9 by calling 604-535-0015 – or drop by the office.

Members: adults $12, children 6-12, $8. Non-members: adults $15, children 6-12, $10.

And, you can support the Community Lunches by buying a raffle ticket for great prizes – $2 each. Prize draw will be held at the Dec. 14 dinner.

Families with children up to age six are invited to join us for our third annual winter family pancake breakfast and jingle-bell walk, Thursday, Dec. 15, 9-11 a.m.

Breakfast will be served from 9-10:30, followed by a jingle-bell walk and sing-song time for families.

Be sure to bring auntie, uncle, grandma and grandpa and any other special people, and dress warmly for the walk.

Tickets must be purchased from the Camp A office in advance; adults $5, children $3.

A group of creative older adults meets at Camp A on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month – 3-4:30 p.m. –  to share ideas for upcoming projects and initiatives and to explore how older adults can support their community and have meaningful opportunities to engage, learn and contribute.

Contact Jenn at communityprograms@alexhouse.net or call 604-535-0015, ext: 236. The next meeting is on Dec. 13.

Are you looking for a great place for your Christmas party or special event?

How about Alexandra Neighbourhood House, one block from the ocean in Crescent Beach?

A choice of three rooms will accommodate from 45 to 100 people and catering is provided.

Space is available for December 2011 and January 2012.

Call 604-535-0015, ext: 231 to book.

Donni Klassen is program and communications director at Alexandra Neighbourhood House. For information on programs/services at Camp Alexandra, call 604-535-0015 or go to www.campalex.com

 

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