weekend was a corker ! Malcolm's play did not disappoint the crowds.
Congratulations to all the cast and crew for their hard work and a super
The Gingerbread Festival wraps up this weekend with prize
giving @ 7:25pm Saturday evening at the Chester Playhouse. Please note
the Arts Centre @ 60 Queen Street is open to view the gingerbread houses
from 12- 5pm Saturday and from 12- 4 pm Sunday.
This Week in Chester
Sandy's cookie contest will be judged at the Playhouse Saturday afternoon at 4 pm. Entry guidelines Each single entry must include: * Entrants name, address and phone number * Name of cookie * A
copy of the recipe including the ingredients and step - by- step
instructions for preparing the cookie. Do not submit a recipe that had
been photocopied from a cookbook. *1 cookie (for judging) and 1 dozen cookies packaged for auctioning (in a bag, plate or box). *
Contest is open to all ages. There is a $5.00 entrance fee per cookie
type. All contestants may enter more than 1 type of cookie. You must
register before December 12th at email@example.com or by
calling 275-4441. Registration fee may be paid December 14 at the time
of drop off. Winners will be announced at 6pm December 14th at the
Chester Playhouse. Cookies will be auctioned off throughout the show.
Proceeds to the Food Bank 'Birthday in a Basket' Program.
Heights Community School presents a "Celebration of the Arts" Friday
evening from 7-9:30pm and Saturday from 10am -1pm. Art gallery and sale
of student's artwork, music, food, and drink!!! Admission by donation
to FHCS Arts Program.
It's "Murphy's Law" Friday at the Fo'c'sle Pub.
Discounts on Murphy's draught to accompany the sounds of the upbeat
rockabilly band "Memphis Knights" on stage at 9pm. Get Shane's
There are a gazillion silent auction items to bid on at the Chester Playhouse.
This wraps up Saturday evening at their closing Christmas party so get
down there and place your bid. All your Christmas shopping taken care of
in the flourish of a pen stroke.
Next Wednesday is the annual
Christmas "Sing Choirs!" at the Baptist Church on King Street. Do not
miss this. Get your Christmas bonnet on and march over there. It will
remind you how lucky we are to live in such a special community.