Seniors’ Christmas Party

by · November 29, 2011

All are welcome to this event that will offer music, readings, and refreshments.

Christmas BellsBy Catherine Sword
Co-ordinator of Public Services
Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library

I can’t believe I’m reading Christmas stories already, but it’s almost the time for the library’s annual Senior’s Christmas Party. This is one of our most successful programs involving some social time, coffee, tea, or juice and a variety of treats. As part of this tradition the Spartan Sound choir joins us from the high school and they give a short performance, a teaser so to speak of their own upcoming show. For the library party we have the added bonus of the choir leading the group in a good old fashioned Christmas sing-along.

As well, this year I’ve been asked to read a short story and I love this particular duty, even though it has me reading about Christmas in November! It’s tough. I may repeat one of my favourites or try something new. I don’t know, but here’s the list I’m considering. Maybe you’ll enjoy these, or drop in Wednesday, December 7, 10:00 am for the Seniors Christmas party and find out what I’ve chosen. Stay for the morning and enjoy the party.

Donn Kushner. A Thief Among Statues
Will Ferguson. Coal Dust Kisses
Berkeley Breathed. A Wish for Wings That Work
The Worst Noel: Hellish Holiday Tales

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