Thursday, November 24, 2011

Movember, Holiday Festival on Ice, & other Fun Activities in KW

Next week marks the end of MOVEMBER.  To celebrate there is a Movember Ball happening at THEMUSEUM (Formelly the Children's Museum) on Dec 1st & GUESS WHAT???? I have a DISCOUNT CODE for you to save 20% on your ticket!!!!!!!!!
Just head to & put in the CODE those2girls
Then watch the magic happen :)
There will be fun & games to be had, all with a MOUSTACHE theme!

Your ticket price includes admission, hot hors d'oeuvres, dancing & entertainment, as well as the chance at some free drink tickets.
Make sure to bring some extra cash to ensure you can participate in the raffles & draws and who knows perhaps you'll be crowned Mr/Miss Movember!
This is a 19+ event
Ready for a fun parents night out TOMORROW? (Friday Nov 25th)
We'll be attending again this year after all the fun we had last time.  HILARIOUS doesn't even cover how much we laughed!
Family Event Discount CODE
Save $10 off Holiday FESTIVAL on Ice tickets. See Kurt Browning, Joannie Rochette, Sale & Pelletier, and Jeffrey Buttle perform to your favourite seasonal classics

Use code AUDCLUB
Here's the details for the December 4th event
Christmas in Belmont Village

Saturday, November 26, 2011
10am – 4pm
Location: Belmont Village
Belmont Avenue, West
Kitchener, ON
(between Glasgow and Union)
Summary: Bring your family to Belmont Village and join us for some Christmas fun! Horse-drawn carriage rides from 11am-3pm, pictures with Santa, specials/prize draws at each place of business and more! Silent auction for 24 beautifully decorated wreaths-all proceeds to support Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Kick start your holiday season n Belmont Village!

Tavistock's Annual Santa Claus Parade

Saturday, November 26, 2011
1 – 2pm
Location: Tavistock
Santa Claus Parade
At 1: p.m.
Theme: “ Toys”
Pick up of non-perishable food items on parade route
Floats to register by calling Steve Cahill 519-655-2647

Elora Lions Santa Claus Parade

Saturday, November 26, 2011
Location: Elora, ON Summary: Theme is "Light Up The Night". Starts at South Street, winding downtown Elora and ending at Bissell Park.
Phone number: 519-240-0065

Old Tyme Children's Christmas

Sunday, November 27, 2011
1 – 4pm
Location: Castle Kilbride
60 Snyder's Road, West
Summary: Step back in time and re-live the magic of an old tyme Christmas. Tour the grand home fully decorated in Victorian Christmas splendour, see what toys the Livingston children played with long ago, pay a visit with Santa, tour the newest exhibit Given by a Livngston, meet author Nan Forler and renowned artist, Peter Etril Snyder for a booking signing! Meet woodcarver Peter Findlay and take home a unique craft. Enjoy carols performed by the Laurier Singers, apple cider and cookies for all...and come face to face with real reindeer!
Cost: $7 per person, $25 per family

Open House & Free Public Skate

Sunday, November 27, 2011
3:30 – 5:30pm
Location: RIM Park
Waterloo, On
Open House & Free Public Skate
Sunday, November 27, 2011 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Enjoy a free public skate, hot beverages, cookies, and a chance to share your memories of ten active years at RIM Park and Manulife Financial Sportsplex and Healthy Living Centre!
Meet and greet the Mayor and Council.
Trivia quizzes, photo displays and more!
Phone number: 519-884-5363

Cambridge Christmas Train Wed Nov 30th

Christmas Fantasty in Victoria Park Kitchener begins Dec 1

Christkindl Market

Thursday, December 1 – Sunday, December 4, 2011
Location: Kitchener City Hall
200 King Street, West
Summary: Willkommen! Welcome! We invite you to the sights, sounds and tastes of Christmas. Visit Canada's original Christkindl Market and relive a centuries-old tradition. Our festival of German Christmas is a 4-day festival, with over 70 vendors and free entertainment! December 1-10am to 9pm; December 2-10am to 9pm; December 3-9am to 9pm; December 4-10am to 5pm.
Phone number: 519-741-2387

Bethany Church LIVE Nativity Scene Dec 2-4
Christmas Pagent with live stable animals

Rick Hansen 25th Anniversary Relay Comes to Waterloo!

Saturday, December 3, 2011
10am – 12pm
Location: Waterloo Public Square
King St. & Willis Way
Waterloo, ON
Summary: This time one man in motion will be represented and celebrated by many in motion; engaging 7,000 participants from across Canada who have made their own difference in the lives of others. At 11am the tour stops for a celebration in your own Waterloo Public Square! Join us with your friends and family for Winter fun featuring skating (weather permitting), music and refreshments (while supplies last) and in celebration of a man who made a difference around the world.
Phone number: 519-886-1177

& make sure to bring your LCBO & BEER empties with you to the relay & come to SEVEN SHORES cafe on REGINA ST to trade them in for a free COFFEE/TEA/HOT CHOCOLATE (Dec 3rd only)

Candyland in Cambridge Dec 3rd
(Night carousel continues until Dec 11)

Wonders of Winter in Waterloo Park starts Dec 3

Waterloo Region Children's Safety Village Presents "Christmas in the Village"
On Wednesday, December 07 and Thursday, December 08, between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m., the Waterloo Region Children’s Safety Village will be hosting their “Annual Christmas in the Village”.

Open to the public, the Village will be decorated for the festive season. Hot drinks and cookies will warm you as you walk through this winter wonderland. Carols will be sung by local children’s choirs. Santa Claus will be there to hear all the children’s wishes, but keep an eye out for the Grinch!
Do some Christmas shopping early at our Silent Auction. All proceeds will support the Children’s Safety Village.
All are welcome and admission is just $1, however, donations to support the Children’s Safety Village are always welcome and appreciated.
For more information:
Lisa Hummel
Coordinator - Children's Safety Village
Phone: 519-650-8545

I'm also compiling a list of TOY DRIVES in this area. If you know of one please send me a message

Now remember to scroll back up & use those discount codes before they EXPIRE or SELL OUT!

Keep Smiling!

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