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Elfishness is afoot at Taghum Hall’s Winter Celebration

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November 21st, 2022

There is merriment and even elfishness afoot at Taghum Community Hall, where plans are underway for the annual Winter Celebration on Saturday, December 3 from 2-7 p.m.

“Oh, the fun we’ll have,” chortled Taghum Hall’s resident Elf.

“The children have been learning their parts for this year’s play, ‘Santa Claus and the Naughty Gnomes’, and the musicians have been tuning up to play for us in the gazebo. It’s going to be a wonderful time for all ages.”

The gnomes will be confined to the stage, the Elf reported, so everything will be hunky dory, from the wonderful wares of local artisans to all sorts of bountiful baking and general deliciousness.

Once again, the event features a “Kids Only” market, where young folks can shop for friends and family and stretch their weekly allowances thanks to bargain prices.

“Best of all, the Jolly Old Elf himself—my distant cousin Nick—is coming all the way from the North Pole,” said the local Elf. “It’s been a whole year since we’ve seen him!”

Admission is by donation.

Smiling is required, and twinkling strongly encouraged.

For all things Taghum Hall, please visit taghumhall.ca.

 

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