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Drummond House hosts outdoor tree lighting Nov. 21
The Drummond House outdoor tree lighting ceremony takes place Fri., Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. The festivities will include cider and cookies, and guests can sing along to their favourite carols.
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Christmas Connection initiative returns to boost Flamborough seniors
The Flamborough Review is once again teaming up with Flamborough Information and Community Services to make Christmas brighter for many local seniors – and residents are invited to come on board to help make a difference.
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Waterdown BIA tree lighting Nov. 22 ushers in festive season
The Waterdown Business Improvement Area is planning a full slate of Christmas events to get the community in the festive spirit.
Show us your 'stache Facebook photo contest
Show us your 'stache, Flamborough
Growing a moustache for the cause? Flamborough residents, ages 13 and up, are encouraged to take part in our Show us your ‘stache Facebook photo contest.
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WHAT'S COOKING: Last call for Christmas cookie recipes
The Review is calling on all Flamborough residents to submit their favourite Christmas cookie or square recipes for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to Flamborough Sobeys. To participate, email your recipe to recipe@flamboroughreview.com by 5 p.m. Nov. 21.
CHRISTMAS LIGHT TOUR: Submit addresses of FLamborough's best dressed homes
CHRISTMAS LIGHT TOUR: Submit addresses of Flamborough's best dressed homes
Let us know about amazing and beautiful homes decorated for the festive season and we’ll plot a route for you to enjoy the magical lights of Christmas.
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Waterdown author brings holiday tale to life
A reindeer sighting is all it took to pique one young boy’s sense of adventure. What happens next is revealed in A Christmas Chase, David Filax’s latest book.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Jitterbug Café supports Movember campaign
Things are about to get hairy at Waterdown's Jitterbug Café.
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Rockin' holiday sounds at Carlisle United Church
Music lovers will be taken back to the golden age of rock ‘n roll at Carlisle United Church’s “A Very ‘50s Christmas” concert Nov. 22. Featuring Frankie and the Fairlanes, the event promises an evening of holiday favourites guaranteed to transport listeners back to Christmases past.
Lindsey Ryder • Special
Planning ahead for parade night
The Santa Claus Parade, which takes place on Nov. 29, and is enjoyed by so many, can be a bit of a logistical nightmare for the community.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Flamborough's purple scarf initiative boosts Interval House
With the mercury expected to drop below zero this weekend, consider bundling up – for the cause.
Brenda Jefferies, Review
Kilbride students boost Flamborough Food Bank
Small but mighty – that’s the best way to describe the Kilbride Public school community after a successful food drive that garnered about 700 items for those in need.
Peller Estates event boosts Sheffield pony rescue
Wine lovers can celebrate the bounty of the Niagara region while supporting animal welfare at Peller for Ponies.
Shauna Deathe, Special
Waterdown students grow Remembrance Day tribute
In Flanders Fields the poppies grow, but in the halls of Waterdown District High School they do so much more than that.
Lindsey Ryder • Special
Save the date for Flamborough Santa Claus Parade
Halloween is over, the costumes are put away, and the Christmas ads are on TV.
Heritage book fair in Waterdown November 15
The 24th Annual Heritage Book Fair, slated to run from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 15, at St James United Church in Waterdown, promises to offer something for bibliophiles of all ages
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Baha'i community marks UN day in Greensville
Forty-five years ago, Aghdas Javid hosted her first public commemoration of United Nations Day and has rarely missed a year since then.
James Hoggett, Special
Courtcliffe Park committee honours memory of Jim Aitkin
Passionate. That is the word that comes up often when friends and family remember Jim Aitkin, and much of that passion was directed into projects that aimed to improve local natural areas.
 
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