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December 17, 2018
  • Gary’s Christmas Sequenced Lights and Music Show December 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018   19 Campbell Rd, Johnstons River, PE C1B 0V6, Canada

    Come be a part of the 6th season of Gary’s Christmas Sequenced Lights and Music Show. Bigger and better than ever, new songs, new lights and even singing trees. Sit back in your car, tune in to the posted FM radio station and listen and watch the show from the comfort of your vehicle. Running nightly from Dec 1-31, Sun to Thurs 5:00 – 10pm. Fri and Sat 5:00 – 11pm. Bring the family and enjoy the show free of charge but donations in aid of Santa’s Angels are gratefully accepted. Santa’s Angels – a 100% volunteer-based group that provides a surprise Christmas morning to families in the Charlottetown area that are not able, for one reason or another, to provide Christmas gifts and food for their children. For more info, contact Gary Woodhouse at 902-314-5130 or at www.facebook.com/Garyslightshow.

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  • Parker Street's Annual Christmas Hamper Program December 16, 2018 - December 21, 2018   Halifax Forum, Maritime Hall, 2901 Windsor St, Halifax, NS B3K 5E5, Canada

    You are invited to participate to the Annual Christmas Hamper Program from Dec 16 to 21 at the Halifax's Forum Maritime Hall 2901 Windsor St, Halifax, Nova Scotia from 9am to 4pm. On Dec 19, volunteers will deliver over 200 hampers to those with mobility issues and on Dec 20, over 800 hampers will be picked up at the Maritime Hall. For more info, contact Cynthia Louis at 902 425 2125 ext. 207 or email clouis@parkerstreet.org or visit their website at www.parkerstreet.org.

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December 18, 2018
  • Gary’s Christmas Sequenced Lights and Music Show December 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018   19 Campbell Rd, Johnstons River, PE C1B 0V6, Canada

    Come be a part of the 6th season of Gary’s Christmas Sequenced Lights and Music Show. Bigger and better than ever, new songs, new lights and even singing trees. Sit back in your car, tune in to the posted FM radio station and listen and watch the show from the comfort of your vehicle. Running nightly from Dec 1-31, Sun to Thurs 5:00 – 10pm. Fri and Sat 5:00 – 11pm. Bring the family and enjoy the show free of charge but donations in aid of Santa’s Angels are gratefully accepted. Santa’s Angels – a 100% volunteer-based group that provides a surprise Christmas morning to families in the Charlottetown area that are not able, for one reason or another, to provide Christmas gifts and food for their children. For more info, contact Gary Woodhouse at 902-314-5130 or at www.facebook.com/Garyslightshow.

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  • Parker Street's Annual Christmas Hamper Program December 16, 2018 - December 21, 2018   Halifax Forum, Maritime Hall, 2901 Windsor St, Halifax, NS B3K 5E5, Canada

    You are invited to participate to the Annual Christmas Hamper Program from Dec 16 to 21 at the Halifax's Forum Maritime Hall 2901 Windsor St, Halifax, Nova Scotia from 9am to 4pm. On Dec 19, volunteers will deliver over 200 hampers to those with mobility issues and on Dec 20, over 800 hampers will be picked up at the Maritime Hall. For more info, contact Cynthia Louis at 902 425 2125 ext. 207 or email clouis@parkerstreet.org or visit their website at www.parkerstreet.org.

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  • Dartmouth Christian Men's Prayer Fellowship Breakfast December 18, 2018 Dartmouth Seniors Service Centre, 45 Ochterloney St, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 4M7, Canada

    You are invited to Dartmouth Christian Men's Prayer Fellowship Breakfast at The Dartmouth Senior's Service Center on December 18, Tuesday, 7am at 45 Ochterloney Street. Cosit is $10 per person. Please register interest at the DCMFPB website at www.dcmfpb.ca. For Further Information, contact: Bob Lindsay at 902-434-3438 or email at rhlindsay@accesswave.ca.

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