Home front — December 15

This Christmas Eve, a group of Lacombe churches are organizing a contemporary Christmas presentation. The title of the production is Coming Home, and will use drama, music and storytelling to bring the Christmas story to life.

This Christmas Eve, a group of Lacombe churches are organizing a contemporary Christmas presentation. The title of the production is Coming Home, and will use drama, music and storytelling to bring the Christmas story to life. The event is held at the Lacombe Memorial Centre and the presentation will start at 7 p.m. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. For more information, call Peter DeWit at 403-318-6271.


Central Alberta a cappella singers will perform a Home for Christmas concert on Sunday. Red Deer Wildrose Harmonizers Barbershop Chorus will sing starting at 2 p.m. at Davenport Church of Christ at 68 Donlevy Cres. Special guests include Hearts of Harmony chorus and the students of Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School Chorus. Tickets are $10 at the door and children under 12 get in for free. Refreshments will follow. Proceeds of the show will go to Red Deer Christmas Bureau. Items will also be accepted for Red Deer Food Bank. For information, call David at 403-342-1318 or Marvin at 403-343-0223 or go online at www.harmonizers.ca.


Celebrate New Year’s in the great Russian tradition at the library. On Dec. 22 at the Snell Auditorium at the main branch of the Red Deer Public Library, at 4818 49th St., starting at noon, people are invited to come and join in an interactive New Year play about a quest to save the Grandfather Frost present for children. In some Slavic cultures, Grandfather Frost is comparable to Santa Claus, however the gifts are delivered in person at New Year’s celebrations. For more information, call 403-755-1146.


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