Some weekends in Weyburn are more busy than others, but the kick-off to the holiday season has begun in the area, with plenty of events and activities to choose from all around us.
The Weyburn Youth Centre will be open this evening. Find the details HERE.
Those heading to Walmart and Wholesale Club today and tomorrow will likely see volunteers ringing some jingle bells beside a Salvation Army Christmas Kettle. Read more HERE if you'd like to help out by volunteering at a kettle.
There's nothing like that first Saturday in December to ensure there are plenty of options for bake sales and photo ops with Santa Claus.
The Santa Day & Craft Show is being held in Griffin, which kicks off with a pancake breakfast. Read more HERE.
Grace United Church will be hosting a bake sale in conjunction with a Christmas decor sale. Read more HERE.
The Young Fellows Club of Weyburn will have a special photo opportunity event at their Tree Lot this Saturday. Read more HERE.
A craft and baking sale will also be held at the Knox Hall this Saturday. Read more HERE.
A fundraiser for the Bengough School is being held in the Town of Bengough this Saturday night, featuring a concert by Weyburn's own country singer/songwriter Karissa Hoffart. Read more HERE.
A true kick-off to the Christmas season will take place on Sunday at Grace United Church. The 70th annual Carol Festival will be held at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. with two programs. Read more HERE.
Businesses and organizations are encouraged to sign up for the Weyburn Chamber of Commerce's annual Parade of Lights, being held December 7th. Find signup information HERE.
Artists have just two weeks to get registered for the James Weir Peoples' Choice Exhibition. Find the details HERE.
Those who want to begin checking off their holiday shopping list for their youths may want to grab a Winter Wellness Pass from the City. Read more HERE.
Parents who need to register their kids for Spark Camps over the holiday break from school can find those details HERE.
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