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Eat and Get Out and Enjoy Your Community

Cynthia Burk
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Eat and Get Out and Enjoy Your Community
There is no shortage of events that you can attend at this time of year. It's nice to get out into the community and get treated with the vocals of choirs at local churches and orchestras offering Christmas magic. Plays on the stage, Elf having special showings at the theatre and lights, sparkling whether you drive or walk your neighbourhood, explore another or visit spots like the Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg.
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Stoney Point - December 8, 2014 - There is no shortage of events that you can attend at this time of year. It's nice to get out into the community and get treated with the vocals of choirs at local churches and orchestras offering Christmas magic. Plays on the stage, Elf having special showings at the theatre and lights, sparkling whether you drive or walk your neighbourhood, explore another or visit spots like the Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg.

And food, cookie exchanges with friends, co-workers, and neighbours. I'm amazed at how creative people are with food at this time of year. I was just with a group of gals talking about trying to be healthy over the holidays -- moderation and we laughed because it's tough. Again, so many healthy and creative ideas being shared so don't be afraid to try something new. Enjoy gang, one bite at a time.









Cooking in the Kitchen


Cornwall -
The Mindful Cookery & Food Market are baking up a storm! Almond peanut butter muffins, Rachel's chocolate zucchini bread and coming out soon, Blueberry lemon loaf! They are on a roll and don't forget to grab a coffee.





Mulled Cider & Salted Caramel Cheesecake


Chatham -
At Eat What's Good check out their Mulled Cider & Salted Caramel Cheesecake. It is part of the Christmas dessert ordering menu so if you like it (and you will) you can order a whole cheesecake all for yourself -- er, for you and your holiday guests, friends and family. Here's the full menu:

- Cashew & Sweet Potato Curry - Kale Super Hero - Black Bean & Edamame Salad - Herb & Olive White Beans - Sweet & Crunchy Broccoli Salad

- Thai Peanut Soup

- Mulled Cider & Salted Caramel Cheesecake - Orange Fudge (your favourite black bean fudge with a twist of orange, also on the holiday dessert menu!) - Black Bean Fudge - Good2Go Bars

Plenty of organic cold pressed juices, organic hot tea, and they will be serving ginger hot chocolate.





"The Greatest Price"


Windsor-Essex -
Friday, December 12th to Sunday, December 14th at 7 pm each evening -- Parkwood Gospel Temple invites the community to three free presentations of “Greatest Price” by the choir, band and drama department. The performances are all free and childcare will be provided up to age 8.

Free admission, Parkwood Gospel Temple, 3005 Temple Drive, Windsor (Central Ave. @ EC Row)





Remembering Local Heroes:Black Involvement in the First World War


Amherstburg -
Until Sunday December 14th, Remembering Local Heroes: Black Involvement in the First World War. On the hundredth anniversary of the start of the First World War, the Black Museum will present this temporary exhibit featuring ongoing research.

Included with regular museum admission. Phone 519.736.5433 North American Black Historical Museum – 277 King St., Amherstburg





The most wonderful time of the year!


Cornwall -
A time for family traditions; celebrations with friends; creating memories; remembering heart-warming times of the past; images of angels, gifts, a tiny King; the scents and tastes of Christmas preparations; the sounds of carols, bells; and the warmth of well-wishers. These are the promises of Christmas. We hope to rekindle the spirit of the season.

The Centennial Choir of Cornwall happily invites everyone to its highly anticipated Christmas Concerts. The concerts will be held on Friday, Dec. 12th at 8 pm and on Sunday, Dec.14th at 2 pm at St. John's Presbyterian Church, 28 Second St. E., Cornwall.

Tickets ($15 Adults, $7 children under 12) are available for purchase at the St. John's Church office, The Lottery Kiosk at Cornwall Square, Home Hardware at Pitt and 13th, from choir members or by calling (613) 936-1131.

Come share this wondrous time of peace, hope, joy and good news!




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Cynthia Burk is a General Manager by profession and a first time Momma. She now has no extra money to collect wine and lives vicariously through her friends that actually get sleep. She loves experimenting in the kitchen ... with food. If you have questions or wish to contact Cynthia, you can email her at cburk@ourhometown.ca







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