Christmas Cheer at the Sylvan library

Bells are ringing and all is jolly and bright! We are celebrating the holiday season at Sylvan Lake Library

by Heather Parker

Bells are ringing and all is jolly and bright! We are celebrating the holiday season at Sylvan Lake Library with our annual Christmas Cheer event.

Taking place Wednesday, Dec. 5th from 6:30-7:30 p.m., we will laud the holiday season at this family friendly event. There will be seasonal music provided by June Pearson, delicious candy tree decorating, crafts, and wonderful stories.

We can’t wait to see everyone this holiday season. Space is limited, so please register your family early to be assured of securing a space for this free Christmas Cheer event.

Sylvan Lake Municipal Library provides free programs for children, teens and adults, as well as free computer and wifi access. Further information may be found on the Library’s website, www.sylvanlibrary.prl.ab.ca or by calling 403.887.2130.

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