Date to be decided
Turkduckhen Dinner
Hosted by Lynden/Troy Women’s Institute, WI Hall, (Old Troy School) 2295 Old Troy Rd., Troy Doors open at 5:00 p.m. buffet meal at 6:00 p.m. Tickets paid in advance – seating limited. troyspr@gmail.com or519 647 2233
Friday, November 3rd- 18th
Pride & Prejudice
Presented by Village Theatre Waterdown at Memorial Hall, 317 Dundas St. E., Waterdown.. Check the website for exact dates and times of the 10 performances as well as where tickets will be sold.
Saturday, November 4th
Annual Christmas Market
9 am – 2 pm Hosted by Grace Anglican Church 157 Mill St. N. Waterdown with parking at rear off of Main St. Come out and enjoy our cafe, live music, silent auction, artwork by local artists, knitted items, handicrafts, trinkets and treasures, baked goods, meat pies, wine raffle, and 50/50 draw.
Saturday, November 4th
Holiday Gift Shoppe and Tea Room
10 am-2pm Christ Church, Flamborough, 92 # 8 Hwy Greensville. Come and buy unique gifts and stay for a great lunch. For further information call Rosemary Horsewood 905-627-4498
Saturday, November 4th
27th Annual Book Fair
9:30 am-2:30 pm Hosted by The Waterdown-East Flamborough Heritage Society & Archives at St James United Church, 306 Parkside Dr. See the website for more information wefhs@hpl.ca
Saturday, November 11th
Carlisle Country Bazaar
10 am-2 pm, Carlisle United Church, 1432 Centre Rd., Carlsile
Saturday, November 18th
Craft/Bake/Book Sale
9 am-1 pm. St James United Church, 306 Parkside Dr. Waterdown, Christmas items, hand-made quilts, blankets, crafts, home-baked cookies, squares, loaves & pies, used books & more..
Saturday, November 18th
Country Christmas Bazaar
Strabane United Church, 1565 Brock Road, just north of Concession 8 West in Heritage Hall. Watch the Review for more details.
Saturday, November 18th
Tree Lighting Festival
Join the Waterdown BIA as we start the seasons festivities with our annual Tree Lighting Ceremony held at Memorial Park 266 Main St. N. Waterdown. Time to be decided. Watch the Flamborough Review for more information.
Saturday, November 18th
Annual Turkey Roll
Free admission, hosted by the Copetown Lions at the Copetown Community Centre. Contact Bill Shewfelt for more details 905-627-7825
Saturday, November 18th
Bazaar
9am – 2 pm Providence Christian School, 542 Ofield Rd. N. Dundas  We open our doors for a  unique day of shopping and fun.  We have many rooms to choose from: Christmas, produce, deli, baking, Pinterest items, garage sale, silent auction, candy corner, games and fun for the whole family.  Stay for lunch with a wide variety of treats from around the world. For more Information contact  office@providencecs.ca or 905-627-1411
Saturday, November 18th
Bazaar Dinner Celebration and Live Auction
Dinner 5 pm – 6:30 pm,  Auction starts at 6:30 pm Providence Christian School, 542 Ofield Rd. N. Dundas  Enjoy the fun and excitement of our dinner and live auction.  Come for dinner or just arrive for the auction.  Choices start when you walk through the door.  For reservation details check www.providencecs.ca    For more Information contact  office@providencecs.ca or 905-627-1411
Saturday, November 18th
Trivia Night
Hosted by Rotary Club of Waterdown at the Waterdown Legion. Watch the Review for more details.
Friday, November 24th
Kids Day Out (PD day) & Community Lunch
West Flamboro Presbyterian Church, 262 Middletown Rd (combined event).  Info when available:  www.wfpconline.com
Saturday, November 25th
Cookie Walk
10 am-till all cookies are sold. Purchase your holiday baking. Wonderful selection of home baked cookies or squares. Christ Church, Flamborough, 92 # 8 Hwy Greensville. For further information call Rosemary Horsewood 905-627-4498
Saturday, November 25th
Vendor Sale
10 am -3 pm Carlisle United Church. 1432 Centre Rd. Carlisle for more information call 905-689-8630
Saturday, November 25th
Craft Show and Sale
10 am-3 pm Hosted by Lynden/ Troy Women’s Institute, WI Hall, (Old Troy School) 2295 Old Troy Rd., Call for more information 519 647 2233 troyspr@gmail.com
Saturday, November 25th
Annual Turkey Roll
Free admission, hosted by the Rockton Lions at the Rockton Fairgrounds 8 pm-12 am. Games of chance, lunch, penny sale, refreshments. For draw tickets and more information, call 519 647-0174
Saturday, November 25th
Flamborough Santa Claus Parade
The parade starts at 6:30 pm but most reserve their spot by 10 am!! The parade travels through the downtown core of Waterdown with the grand finale of SANTA himself. Kids of all ages enjoy a night time parade. Having all the floats light up at night really does make for an exciting show! We will have our Loonie Bins travel along the parade route again this year, so don’t forget to help start next year’s parade off on the right foot! www.flamboroughsantaclausparade.com

 

 

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