Enjoy An Old Fashioned Christmas with TV Players in Barriere

An Old Fashioned Christmas, by the Thompson Valley Players will be happening at the Fall Fair Hall in Barriere

Hear ye,  hear ye!  An Old Fashioned Christmas, brought to you by the Thompson Valley Players will be happening at the Fall Fair Hall in Barriere this Saturday, Dec. 14.  The doors open at 6 p.m.,  and the Grade Seven Fundraisers will be offering a concession until show time at 6:30 p.m.,  and then again at intermission.

The show will be approximately two hours long and is  jam-packed with lots of local entertainment.  Some of the featured entertainers include;  Brittany Waite, Seanna Armstrong, Jessica Kennedy, Gordie West, Gary Pfeifer, Leah Pepper Jones with some of the Community Chorus, the Red Hat Ladies,  and of course skits from the Thompson Valley Players.  There will also be special guest appearances by Santa Claus, Mrs. Clause, and it is rumoured  that the grumpy old Grinch may stop by and try to crash the party (but we are told Santa and the elves promise they’ll make him behave).

Dan Sweetnam has been working with the junior TV Players and will be hosting the evenings event, and Dan promises the audience that they won’t be disappointed!

Admission to An Old Fashioned Christmas is only a toonie, with no charge for children under six. The group is also collecting items for the food bank if anyone would like to donate.

So bring the whole family and join the TV Players in a festive night of carols, reflection and good old traditional Christmas fun.

And don’t forget Breakfast With Santa earlier in the day on Dec. 14, at the Barriere Lions Hall from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m..  Santa is the special guest of Success By Six at this event, and afterwards he’ll have a good afternoon nap and a run with the reindeers before he pops in to the Old Fashioned Christmas variety show.

Join Santa in Barriere on Dec. 14, at these two great events!

 

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