It's hump day with the added bonus that you have already HAD one day off already,so it's practically the weekend !
This Week in Chester
Light My Fire Candle Studio
at 59 Duke Street is tapering off over the next month. Bill and Judy
invite you to join them for their "Family and Friends" extravaganza
starting tomorrow, Thursday, running through until this Sunday. They are
open until 8pm Friday evening and I hear refreshments are being served
from 12-3pm on Saturday. This is your opportunity to do some early
Christmas shopping at rock bottom prices before they put their feet up.
Friday at 1 pm Forest Heights Community School
presents a lecture by Gwynn Dyer on "The Trump Era: Surviving the
Populist Wave" at 1 pm. Nationalism is back, and it's very angry. Get
your pink ears on and head over there. For more info call the school @
Stop by the Chester Art Centre
this Friday from 6-8pm for an opening reception with wine and cheese.
"Vignettes" is an exhibition of ceramic works by Claire Olwen Stewart,
Artist in Residence at the Centre. The work is informed by a
portrait-making tradition of vignettes and cameos in the western world
during the 19th century. The works in this series take a modern approach
to these outdated traditions, applying the female gaze upon the female
We don't get many wine and cheese opportunities at this time of year - don't miss out.
Saturday hit the early, and I mean early, Kohl Kannon Supper at the
Baptist Church at 84 King Street, from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. Kohl Kannon,
ham, beans and pie.
Adults $12, Short ones (7-12) $6. Really short ones are free.
Looking ahead to next weekend, the Chester Playhouse
is excited to present award-winning Blues artists Garrett Mason and
Earle & Coffin for a double bill performance on Saturday, November
24 at 8:00 pm.
Scotia-born Garrett Mason is a true bluesman at heart. This performance
features Garrett's talent for strong original songs, a voice that is
reminiscent of a veteran performer and his extraordinary aptitude for
playing electric guitar.
and Labrador's acoustic Blues/Roots duo Earle & Coffin are soulful
vocalists, brilliant guitar players and blessed with engaging
personalities, experienced beyond their years. These 18-year-old
bluesmen have been getting around touring festivals and showcases
throughout Canada and the US and have racked up a slew of awards.
you happen to be rummaging through the attic and find Christmas tree
decorations you no longer use, please bring them to Amicus Gallery on
Pleasant Street and we will use them for our tree decorating contest at
our Chester Village Christmas weekend November 30th- December 2nd. Stay
tuned to this channel because it is an action packed event filled
weekend with something for everyone. Did someone say beer tastings?