Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors’ Centre for Dec. 14 – 20

Bev and Andrew will be here with their fiddles and their beautiful voices, so get ready for a sing-a-long.

Cribbage Monday 1st-John  & Mary A, 2nd Ron C & Lynne, 3rd-Ed & Marion; Thurs 1st-Ed & Marion, 2nd-Sharron & Paul, 3rd-Lynne & Bea.

Tuesday, Dec. 20: Christmas Potluck at noonish.

Bev and Andrew will be here with their fiddles and their beautiful voices, so get ready for a sing-a-long.

This is open to all of our members and guests.  We have four or five of Mona Izumi’s dessert cookbooks left. We’ll be selling them and our 2017 memberships at the potluck.

Holiday Closure:  We will be closed Monday, Dec. 26, Tuesday, Dec. 27 and Monday, Jan. 2.  There is no January pancake breakfast.

Bingo is cancelled for Friday, Dec. 30.

Every Monday at 11 a.m. Ron Ciccone shows some of his travel videos.

This week was the Easter Caribbean and some West African places.

It only takes 30 to 45 minutes of your time and everyone who has viewed them loves them… everyone welcome!

 

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