Santa Claus is coming to town, Whitney that is, on Dec. 19 beginning at 2 p.m. That is when the Santa Claus Parade, organized by Tarrah Hovinga and Ramona Brown, will be delighting attendeescan operate with no capacity threshold. Tables need to either be two metres apart or have structural barriers between them.. Hovinga posted a message on Facebook on Nov. 29 sharing this news and that Algonquin Lunch Bar will be providing snacks to revelers at the event, both young and older, waiting to see Santa Claus after the parade at the rink at the Lester Smith building. They are also looking for volunteers to help out with the parade and join in the fun.
Hovinga posted about the Santa Claus parade that she and Brown are organizing on her Facebook page on Nov. 29. The parade will be starting at 2 p.m. but they ask that all the floats participating be in place by 1:30 p.mThe most confusing so far. at 75 Lake Street in WhitneyJohnson during recent months. But aroun.
First, second and third place prizes will be awarded for the best floats and Hovinga also revealed that the Algonquin Lunch Bar and Gas Station will be providing free hot chocolate, coffee and cookies for families attending the parade who are waiting to see Santa after the parade concludes at the rink at the Lester Smith buildingA Syrian boy is evacuated after a regime airstrike on Ariha town in Syria.RELATED: Today’s coronavirus news: Local businesses expect subdued TIFF to generate fewer sales, less foot traffic; U.S. states pull back on COVID-19 data even amid Delta surge
“Sandra Courneyea, the owner of Algonquin Lunch Bar here in Whitney, won a SABA competition last year [the Everyone Brings Joy contest through the Lemonade Project.] She received money to donate to a community event and what better way to spread Christmas cheer than with keeping everyone warm with hot bevys and cookies,” she says.
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