Everyone welcome to upcoming homecoming

On Friday, July 22, visit the Christina Living Arts Centre and hear the “Not Yet” duo Laura Jean and Gary perform as part of the Christina Lake Homecoming.

On Friday, July 22 visit the Christina Living Arts Centre and hear the “Not Yet” duo Laura Jean and Gary perform.

Check out the new Chamber of Commerce gift shop (cool T-shirts) and bid on some art at the silent auction.

This event starts at 7 p.m.

Enter a draw to win a golf package for two at the Christina Lake Golf Club, a stay at the New Horizon Motel and dinner at Cascade House Restaurant. Children can enter a draw for an iPod Nano. Go to the Community Futures “Welcome Tent” to enter.

On Saturday, July 23 head over to the Christina Lake Community Hall for the pancake breakfast (eggs and sausage too) starting at 9 a.m., by donation.

A flea market, book sale and live demonstrations by local artisans will make the hall so              colourful, alongside the children’s art exhibit.

You can see people making glass beads, wood carvings, rope, masks, fish flies and more between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. while snacking on Rotary Club’s kettle corn. Lunch and ice cream are available too.

The highlight of the day, White Star Lady (3 to 4:15 p.m.) is a one-woman musical about the life and adventures Ms. Violet Jessop.

She was aboard all three of the ill-fated sister ships: RMS Olympic, RMS Titanic and HMHS Britannic.

The personal stories of these incidents are all documented in this unique and engaging musical production.

Get your seat for Les Folles Jambettes at 5 p.m. sharp.

The fire department will serve barbecue burgers.

The Community Hall Association will serve drinks at the bar.

You can support this community picnic by arriving with your best tray of cupcakes or a delicious salad.

Enjoy the Hip Sisters Middle Eastern dance, tunes by Steve and Doreen, dance music by Dave Jackson and see the light display by the Illuminosity Fire Spinners to end the evening!

Events are free so come out and celebrate our community.

Visit christinalakehomecoming.blogspot.com for more information.

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