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Misty River Community Arts Council Christmas Fair: G reat place for some Christmas Shopping Dec. 15, 6-9pm & Dec 16,10-3pm @ the Meeting Place N H. Tables $20/members & $25/non-members 250-842 2228 to re- serve a table. Roy Vickers will be in attendance Friday from 6-8pm to sign calendars. Mark Tworow has donated an oil painting for the silent auction Candlelight Christmas Eve Service December 24 7:00pm @ Mountainview United Church in Hazelton. All are invited to this service of readings & carols Food for Fines at the Library Our annual holiday food drive is back! Any- time through the month of December, bring in a non-perishable item for the local food bank & have your overdue fines forgiven. 250-842-5961 Mark the date for Thursday January 18 th for the Local Food to School Mid- winter Fundraising Gala @ Hazelton Secondary6-9pm! Join us for a deli- cious meal to celebrate local foods prepared by NWCC Professional Cook program, a student art show, local musical entertainment & silent auction. Proceeds are to support students to participate in food growing & learning projects. We need volunteers & donations in cash & kind. Info: Anissa @ the Learning Shop 250-842-6500 or Angelique: Check the Midwinter Gala Fundraiser FB event for updates. Tix $40 availa- ble soon @ Storytellers', Zelda's & Dancing Bee Farm After School Teen Aerial Yoga Classes. Fun & playful yoga in aerial silks. Great way to connect with body & mind while getting a work out. No yoga experience needed. Mondays @ 4pm, registration req’d. Book online or 250-842-4114. Yoga Shack BC Yoga for Guys. Tuesdays at 6pm. Join the class to relieve tension from tight bodies & increase mobility. Enjoy some calm in your life. Drop in, register online or 250-842-4114 Yoga Shack BC 4358 11th Ave, N Haz. HandZup Puppet Team: looking for new members. If you’re 13+ & want to do something special & unique, come try this out. Info Nancy 250-842-0199 Upper Skeena Dry Flies- Addictions &Recovery support group Tuesdays @7:30pm New Hazelton Meeting Place 3226 Bowser St. Chris 778-202-0700 Hazelton Free Range Writers' Group is taking a break for the holidays. Next meeting is scheduled for Jan. 15 at 7:30pm in the activity room of Roche View Lodge. New writers are always welcome. There’s no fee. Chair Yoga for Seniors by Donation. At Yoga Shack BC. Be wise & well. Great for anyone recovering from injuries or wanting a gentle stretch. Tues- days 2:30pm. 4358 11th Ave, 250-842-4114 The Hazelton Community Concert Band rehearsals are every Sunday evening at 7PM. We use the upstairs of the Mtn View United Church next to Wrinch Hospital. If you’ve played an instrument Trumpet/clarinet/saxophone/ flute/tuba/trombone/horn etc. Dust it off & join us. New members welcome. Israeli Folk Dancing every Saturday at 6 Skeena Place. No experience necessary. Come out & have some fun. Call Nancy 250-842-0199 Yoga Shack BC . Open for classes . Check website & FB page for schedule & updates. Everybody welcome. NEW location 4358 11th Ave New Hazelton 250-842-4114 Meals on Wheels for seniors & disabled persons for a nominal fee. Hot lunch to your door 12-1pm Monday & Thursdays 250-842-5217 for delivery. Pre- pared by a Food Safe cook in an inspected facility. AA meeting Gitsegukla Every Friday 7:30pm Gitsegukla Health Station. New Members Welcome! Seniors crib (cards) 1:30 p.m. till 3:30 @ Activity Rm @ Roche View Lodge, 4942-11th Ave. New Hazelton. All seniors welcome To book the St. Peter's Church Army Hall phone the church to lve a msg 842-5222 or Janet 250-842-6323/ Grace 842-7133 /Gwen 842-6875 Literacy is Life: Did you know that just talking with your children increases literacy skills in both you & your child? Talk with them! At the table, bedtime, while waiting in line....anytime is good to build literacy skills. Questions/ideas about literacy? Anissa 250-842-6500 or T.O.P.S Taking Off Pounds Sensibly meets Tuesdays 5:30-6:15pm for weigh- in, meeting 6:15-7pm.New Hazelton Meeting Place 3226 Bowser St. See what a fun, friendly Weight Loss Support group can do for you! Pat 842-5857 Overeaters Anonymous is currently meeting on free telephone conference call Mondays at 7pm. Call Barb 250-842-5325, voicemail after 4 rings, for info on joining the tele-meeting or to obtain OA 12 Step literature. The Violence in Relationships Committee is a group of community mem- bers & organizations that raise awareness & provide support & education to stop family & intimate partner violence. To learn more about the goals & work of the VIR or have ideas/concerns to share. Anissa Watson Storytellers' Foundation 250-842-6500 Join the Maniac Group all fitness levels in Allen Park Mondays & Thursdays 1-2pm. Learn to use the hydraulic fitness machines. No matter what the weather we gather to work out, laugh, play & feel better And it's FREE Harriet 250-842-6031

Food for Fines —our annual holiday food drive is back! Anytime from now until the end of 2017, bring in a non-perishable item for the local food bank and have your overdue fines forgiven. Saturday ‘Crafternoon’ —Kids and grown -ups alike are invited to join in Christmas crafting fun on Sat. Dec. 16, 2-4pm. All materials provided. Free. NEW! Book vs. Movie Kids’ Book Club —This newly formed book club for kids still has room for more members! Our first meeting takes place Dec 12; we will read, watch and discuss both the book and film Mr. Popper’s Penguins . If you’d like to join us for The Golden Compass in January, call or visit the library to register. For kids 6+. Free. Museum Renovation - it is nearly complete! Stay tuned for details of the museum’s official re=opening in 2018. Adult Book Club —will kick off 2018 with Paula McLain’s Circling the Sun . Join us in February for The Right to be Cold . We meet the first Wednesday of every month, 7:30pm. New members always welcome! Holiday Closures: Closed Dec. 23-26. open 11-6pm Dec. 27 Regular hours Dec 28 & 29. Closed Dec. 30-Jan 1. Regular hours resume Tuesday, Jan 2. Happy Holidays, everyone.

Many thumbs down to the local bartender for being rude & drunk

Thumbs up to Mr Alexander at HSS – thank you for your help with our raffle item

Two big thumbs up to Gene Austin for keeping elders safe by plowing & sanding their driveways.

Thumbs up & many many thanks to Ken & Lucy Tolbeck for all their help & guidance over the years. There’s a special place in heaven for all y’all. Much love.

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Specials Monday—Movie Night 2D‐$5.00  3D‐$7.00 Thursday‐Student Night Medium popcorn,  candy bar and pop  for $7  If you have a movie  pass for $6  an extra  $3 must be paid for  movies shown in 3D  PH: 250‐842‐5442  Doors open 6:20pm movie starts 6:50pm

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