female seeks male companionship. I'm a very good girl who loves to
play. I love long walks in the woods, riding in your pickup truck,
hunting, camping and fishing trips, cozy winter nights lying by the
fire. Candlelight dinners will have me eating out of your hand. I'll be
at the front door when you get home from work, wearing only what nature
gave me.... Call and ask for Annie, I'll be waiting...."
See Annie at bottom...
This Week in Chester
yourselves, Malcolm Callaway is back in the writer/director's chair.
Next weekend is the opening - and closing - run of "Downton Abbey meets
Agatha Christie" at the Chester Playhouse from Thursday - Saturday evenings at 8pm. A
festive romp through Malcolm's warped mind. Get your tickets now
because they will sell out and you don't want to miss this. Do not bring
your children as they will begin to question your state of mind.
275-3933 for tickets.
Paula still has a few spaces left for the Gingerbread Ornament Painting workshop. On December 7th there will be two workshops: morning: 10am-1pm / afternoon 2-5 pm. You
will decorate bisque fired, glazed pieces: three pieces are included
for the workshop fee of $25; extra pieces may be purchased. Finished
work to be picked up on Dec 14th. Class size 6-8. Pre-registration is required. The studio space is not suitable for children. To register, call Amicus Gallery 275-2496 or email email@example.com.
Light My Fire Studio at 59 Duke Street will be hosting workshops to decorate your own wax Gingerbread/Christmas tree ornaments next weekend Saturday, December 7th. Workshops begin @ 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm. Ornaments are $10.00 each. For more info dial up the luminous Bill @ 275-5800.
night Chester Playhouse offers up three of the country's most giving
performers as they combine their talents to create a night of original
music with a dash of Christmas jingle thrown in for good measure. Mixing
the sounds of soul, pop, folk and jazz with some of the most timeless
holiday classics, Erin Costelo, Coco Love Alcorn and Ian Sherwood form a
band that will get your mistletoe tapping!
Also on Friday evening the Fo'c'sle Pub
has the band FOG on stage. No, not the July fog we know, but a 70's
cover tune band that will bring a smile to your face. Grab the missus
and head on over there. Shane might even give you a preview of his
Downton Abbey role.
Saturday is the opening bash of the Gingerbread Festival. All those delectable houses will be on display at the Chester Arts Centre's
"Enchanted Forest" @ 60 Queen Street. While they will have all been
judged by that time, you may vote for the "People's Choice" award and be
eligible for a prize draw. The Arts Centre will be open for house
viewing this weekend and next, and on weekdays by appointment. There are
16 entries so please stop by and see these fabulous creations.
Saturday evening is the Gingerbread Festival tree lighting at the Chester Train Station. An action packed event kicking off at 6 pm
sharp with the arrival of Santa on a ruby red fire truck, hot chocolate
and cookies, a giant gingerbread man, carol singing and kazoos. Yes.
Kazoos. You'll have to show up to see what that's all about. Our friends
from NSPC will be there to exchange your present power - sucking tree
lights for some LED gently drawing gems. Bring 2 strings and they will
give you 1 in return. Bring your recent power bill. Maybe they can cut
that in half too.
The Gingerbreads also have a Lincoln toy train
magical Christmas window display at the Mecklenburgh Inn at 80 Queen
Street. A lot of drinks went into this, so come by and take a look. Designed and built by Rhubarb Home Design. If you want your home decorated for the holidays or are looking for some home improvement design ideas, look no further.
Why not roll into the Fo'c'sle for Sunday Brunch from 11- 3pm. A bit of hair of the dog. $1.50 off Absolute caesars. Absolutely !
Monday the Blood Donor Clinic is back in the village at the Chester Legion from 1- 3 pm and again from 5-8pm. For more info call 1-888-236-6283. Roll up your sleeve.
Monday night the Chester Brass Band hits the stage @ 7:30
at the Bonny Lea School. They are presenting "Christmas at Home"
featuring Kathleen Hamm, Ernie Rafuse and Joyce Semone. $15 (cider,
cookies and Santa too!). Door prize from Pete's Frootique ... Bananas
for all! There will be a raffle on a gift basket from Taste of Nova
Scotia. For tickets/info call 275-5622 Ext 221. The bass trombone player
is excellent !
Annie's keepers at the SPCA received hundreds of calls
Air Canada telephone customer: "I'd like to book a flight to Toronto." AC Rep: "Fine. Where are you now?" AC customer: "In my kitchen."