November 9, 2017

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2 – November 9, 2017 The Review-Mirror •Continued from page 1 meal concluding with a turkey dinner on Decem- ber 17th. (Reservations are required for the meals on December 16th and can be made by contacting Pat at 613-928-2712 or email Takeouts will be available each evening. There is an admission of $5 to the park for those 12 and over. Children under 12 are free. Admis- sion bracelets will be sold at the fairgrounds as peo- ple board the wagon and at the boat launch entrance to the park for those people walking through the park. Tours of the Old Stone Mill National Historic Site will be available from 5:00 to 8:30 p.m. The mill will be lit up with festive can- dles, a long time tradition of the society. Public washrooms and a Christ- mas Gift Shop will be available in the Old Town Hall. Some special events include the Delta Country Christmas evening Nov. 25. The event is now a 23 year-old tradition and fea- tures the Deltones Com- munity Choir. The event starts at the Baptist Church at 6:30 p.m. followed by a short walk to St. Paul's Church before returning to the Mill Drive Shed. There will be choir anthems and carol singing amidst the Christmas story narrative with children dressed in biblical costumes repre- senting the key people in the Christmas story. On Sat., Dec. 2 there is a Kids' Gingerbread Craft Fair hosted by the Delta Mill Society at the Old Town Hall from 3 to 5 p.m. Children accompa- nied by their parents are welcome to come and do some gift shopping and have fun decorating gin- gerbread cookies - sup- plies provided at no charge and hot dogs and pop for the kids will be available for sale. While the kids are having fun, parents can enjoy a complimentary hot drink and take a browse in our Christmas Gift Shop. For more info contact cathy.livingston@sympa- The Old Town Hall is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Dec. 9 for a Christ- mas Market. There is free admission and refresh- ments will be for sale as well as homemade chili sponsored by the Delta Mill Society. Vendors interested in selling at the Christmas Market can email or call 613-928-2584 before Nov. 30 to rent a table. A Christmas tradition in Lyndhurst continues Sat., Nov. 18 when the commu- nity welcomes Santa Claus in a parade beginning at 2 p.m. The parade began over 40 years ago as an initia- tive of the Conservation Club, a long-gone social club in the village which owned the Conservation Hall. The event continues thanks to a group of volun- teers who fundraise for the $3,000 to pay for insur- ance, bands, prizes, refreshments, candy and other expenses associated with hosting the event. Cash prizes will be awarded in six categories including: business, out- of-town business, private, organization, out-of-town organization, horses. Line up for parade entrants is at the old school grounds on Oakel Street beginning at 12:30 p.m. No pre-registration is required. Special events planned of light festival The Legion was presented with a ceramic Poppy at Saturday's Veterans and Com- munity Dinner. John Tait presented it in honour of his grandfather John Tait and his brother, Robert, who were both killed Oct. 10, 1916 in the Battle of Regina Trenches, near Courcelette, France. Both were part of the 1st Canadian Division, 13th Battal- ion-Black Watch. His grandfather and brother, have their names inscribed on the Vimy Memorial. In 2004 John visited Courcelette and the Vimy Memorial. He said it was a very moving experience that made him proud to be a Canadian. His wife Carol read the poem inscription Blood Swept Lands and seas of red. MAYOR'S BREAKFAST November 15 8:00 a.m. @ The Cove "Business Owner Planning: Do it now to Increase Your Options and Chances of Success" Guest Speaker: Kathy Litalien, MBA, Commercial Account Manager, Royal Bank of Canada Please join Mayor Robin Jones and her Guest Speaker to discuss Business Owner Planning and learn crucial options and advice for the success of your business. Please RSVP by Monday, Nov. 13, 2017 to Santa in Lyndhurst Nov. 18 Part of the light display in Lower Beverlay Lake Park last year.

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