NICC is offering a Cozy Christmas Crafts class held at the New Hampton Community Center starting at 5:30 to 8:00pm. Enjoy the chance to be creative, have a "night out" with friends or make new friends, all while knocking a couple of gifts off your list. See the attached release for registration information
The Young Professional of New Hampton group will hold a holiday meeting starting at 6:30pm at The Pub at the Pinicon.
New Hampton Public Library will offer a holiday movie and library bingo at 2:30pm. All ages are welcome.
Santa Claus is coming to town!!! Santa Saturday will be held from 10am-noon at the Carnegie Cultural Center. Santa will have treats for kids, and kids will have the opportunity to give Santa their Christmas wish lists. Keep your eyes open for flyers around town soon!
After visiting Santa on Saturday, December 6, take the Christmas Carriage to the New Hampton Community Center so your kids can pick up Christmas gifts for Mom and Dad and all those on their lists. All gifts are $3 and under and can be gift wrapped. This event is a fund raiser for Great Plays Daycare.
Ladies' Night Out is now known as "Warm Up the Holidays!" We have lots of additional activities planned, plus the friendly and unique shopping experience our local small businesses have to offer.
New Hampton Public Library will hold Duffy Hudson presents A Christmas Carol at the New Hampton Community Center. This timeless story of Ebenezer Scrooge, will be brought to life by actor Duffy Hudson in his acclaimed one-man show. All ages are welcome, children under 8 should be accompanied by an adult.
Because We Care...
November is the month of giving thanks. I’ve taken a personal challenge to write down each day something I’m thankful for. This list contains things like my faith, family, and health. But there are so many blessings that we receive daily that we may not take into consideration. How about the gift of a memory? The gift of feeling grief? While this may not seem like a gift it reminds us of the love that we shared with someone special who is now absent from our lives. Rather than avoiding grief during the Holiday season, lean on it, as grief is what leads us through the pain that we’re feeling. Ways to help you through this time may include saying a special prayer before a meal, sharing stories or lighting a candle in their memory. However you choose to move through the grief, remember that you don’t have to do it alone. I would like to extend a special blessing from our family to yours this Holiday season.