Hallowe’en party coming in Vavenby

A Hallowe'en party will be held sat Vavenby Community Hall on Saturday, Oct. 31

The Vavenby crib and darts clubs made a $50 donation towards the purchase of the fireworks for a Hallowe’en party to be held sat Vavenby Community Hall on Saturday, Oct. 31. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m.

The party is being organized by Kathy Cederholm and Val Bellows.

At 6:00 there will be free hot dogs and hot chocolate for everyone.

Everyone is encouraged to dress up and there will be a costume parade. After the parade the firemen will set off fireworks. There will be a bonfire for people to stand around while watching the colourful display.

There has been a jar at the general store for the community to make donations to go towards the costs of the party.


Christmas is coming

There will be a community Christmas potluck supper at the hall on Saturday, Dec. 6. The doors will open at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6. Santa Claus will be present and pictures taken.

The following day, Sunday, Dec. 7, there will be a Christmas craft bazaar at the hall from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Table rentals are $10 each.

There will be a concession available.

For more information, phone Barb Pennell, organizer of the supper and the bazaar, at 250-676-9485.


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