Believe it or not, the Consecon Santa Claus Parade is just around the corner, Sunday November 16th, @ 1:00 pm. VOLUNTEERS TO HELP DECORATE THE CARA FLOAT CARA is looking for volunteers to help decorated the CARA float to be entered in the parade. Anyone interested in being part of the team, is requested to come to a meeting at Geraldine Demierre’s garage 221 Mill Street (County Road 29) on Saturday, November 1st at 10:00 a.m. If you have any questions or sug- gestions, please call Toby at 613 392-4410 or e-mail her.
Local resident Janice Maynard has won a second term on County Council, but unfortunately Nick Nowitski has been defeated by pre-amalgamation Ameliasburgh Ward Councillor Roy Pennel.
The Firelight Lantern Festival is returning to Prince Edward County Saturday
November 15th, the night before the Consecon Santa Claus Parade. Using
watercolour paints, rice paper, and a 1950s printing press, they will teach
you how to monoprint like a pro. This is a beginner course so everyone is
welcome. The first lantern-making workshop is this Saturday, October 4, at
the Consecon library. In this hands-on workshop participants will create
one-of-a-kind printed paper which will then be used to create beautiful
lanterns for The Firelight Lantern Festival. Space is limited - register by
emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. $10 per lantern, all supplies & instruction
provided. Trust me, you will have FUN! — with Jenn Bryant. For more
information about The Firelight Lantern Festival check