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1. Santa Claus Parades!
a) Elmira: Saturday 25th annual starts at 10AM from Main & Arthur St. downtown Elmira. http://bit.ly/2AHPRD8
b) Hespeler: Saturday 12 noon from Groh Avenue. http://bit.ly/2i2bh2c
c) Fergus: Saturday at 1:30PM http://bit.ly/2ByTeJq
d) Stoney Creek: Saturday 2PM from King St East, downtown Stoney Creek http://bit.ly/2fvA9AJ
e) Grimsby: Saturday from 5:15 pm – the 60th annual from Livingston Ave/Main St West http://bit.ly/1XFdtgT
f) Dunnville Saturday 5:30PM starting from Tamarac St http://bit.ly/2AHRDnM
f) Burlington: Sunday at 2:PM from Prospect & Guelph Line http://bit.ly/212xw8r
2. Brantford: Christmas in the City. The Brantford Symphony Orchestra with special guest Juan Chioran, one of the Stratford Festival’s leading performers. Come out and enjoy all your favourite Christmas music, with the Maestro and his fabulous orchestra taking you down memory lane! Saturday Sanderson Centre 7:30PM http://bit.ly/2i0yNwB
3. Burlington: Festival of Lights. Come on out and enjoy Burlington’s longest running festival, lighting up the waterfront from dusk to dawn over the holiday season. Over 60 festive displays light up Burlington’s Spencer Smith Park. It’s a magical sight for the whole family, especially the young at heart. Runs now through January 8th. http://bit.ly/1PktBx1
4. Guelph: Holiday Celebration Join Mayor Cam Guthrie as he lights the Christmas tree in Market Square!. Enjoy a festive night out with live entertainment, a holiday sing-along, and complimentary cocoa and cider. Please bring a cash donation in support of Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis. Saturday 6:30PM http://bit.ly/2i3y265
5. Milton: The Messiah. Director Rachel Cleland guides the Milton Choristers through this challenging oratorio. Accompanist Susan Edmonds and soloists Kirsten Pelchat, Cassandra Warner, Paul Williamson and Todd Wieczorek complete the musical company required to give this work the treatment it deserves. Come, celebrate the music with us! Saturday Milton Centre for the Performing Arts 7:30PM http://bit.ly/2AJcJ5a