Office Hours in final two nights

The Studio Theatre production of Office Hours is getting lots of laughs.

The Studio Theatre production of Office Hours is getting lots of laughs but there are only two nights left to see the live production — tonight and tomorrow night.

Directed by Mary-Jo Hilyer and Micheal Hodgson Office Hours is a series of one-act plays written by Canadian playwright Norm Foster and offers lots of predicaments, and reason for having a good chuckle.  The cast includes Dexter Giesbrecht, Harry Jennings, Merla Monroe, Terra McGuire, Therisa Peimer, Tony Savile, and Shane Tollefson.

Tickets are available at About Face Photography.

 

 

 

St. Andrew’s

cookie walk

 

 

 

The annual  St. Andrew’s United Church Cookie Walk is coming up this Saturday, Nov. 26 in the church hall. The event runs from 10  to 11:30 a.m. Visitors receive a box when they arrive and walk around the room selecting from tables piled with a wide variety of homemade cookies for the holiday season and pay by weight as they leave the hall.

The cookie walk is a great way for the church to raise funds and helpful for those who don’t have time to make sweet treats for the holidays. The cookies sell out quickly so people are advised to arrive early.

 

 

 

Made in

the Cariboo

 

 

 

The annual Made in the Cariboo Craft Sale is coming up this Saturday, Nov. 26 at the Tourism Discovery Centre from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. featuring work by local artists and crafts people.

Operation

Christmas  Child

 

 

 

Today, Friday, Nov. 25 is the final day for collection of the Operation Christmas Child boxes at Cariboo Bethel Church. Shoe boxes filled with small items to make the season a little brighter for children in distress around the world can be dropped off at the church by 5 p.m. today. Boxes are available at the church along with brochures explaining the program and details on the types of items that can be placed in the boxes.

 

 

 

Wednesday, Dec. 14

TubaJohn’s concert

with friends

 

 

 

TubaJohn’s sixth annual Christmas Concert with Friends is happening on Dec. 14 at St. Andrew’s United Church starting at 7:30 p.m. Admission is by donation with proceeds going to the Williams Lake Salvation Army Christmas Cheer Fund.

In addition to TubaJohn’s brass band and friends there will be performances by the Cariboo Men’s Choir and Quintet Plus.

 

 

 

RE/MAX toy

train rolling

 

 

 

The fifth annual RE/MAX Community Christmas Toy Train is now rolling down the tracks picking up toys for children in need. Bring a new, unwrapped toy and place it under the upside-down Christmas tree at RE/MAX Williams Lake Realty and RE/MAX will donate $5 for each toy brought in.

The deadline for donations is Dec. 9 at which time all donations will be prepared for delivery.

All toys, food and funds will be donated to local charities.

 

 

 

Memory Tree

celebration set

 

 

 

The Memory Tree celebration is set for Sunday, Dec. 4 with a service, carols, and refreshments from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in the city hall council chambers and tree lighting beside city hall at 4:30 p.m. Names for the Memory Book and donations for the Central Cariboo Hospice Palliative Care Society will be collected from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Save On Foods, Monday to Friday, Nov. 28-29 and Dec. 1-2.

Booths will also be in Boitanio Mall Nov. 26 and Dec. 3  from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

 

 

Community

Policing AGM

 

The Williams Lake Community Policing Society will hold its annual general meeting Thursday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. in the Community Policing Board Room at 327 Oliver Street.

 

 

 

Clothing

collection

The Boys and Girls Club after school program’s Torch Club Youth Leadership members are collecting clothing for babies, kids and teens until Dec. 5. Drop off any clothing in good condition at NOOPA in the after school program office.

The clothing will be available to teens and families in need during a couple of free store days to take place Dec. 7 and 14 between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. at NOOPA.

For information call Chelsea Hamblin, program co-ordinator, at 250-392-5730.

 

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