Thursday, December 9, 2010

Busy times in Waxhaw

I've been bogged down with work (at the office and at home), but there's plenty going on in Waxhaw assuming you can squeeze it into your otherwise busy schedule of entertaining family and baking Christmas cookies.

An art show on Saturday and the parade on Sunday. After the parade, I hear Waxhaw UMC is having a coat drive from 4-6pm if you've got any extra coats to contribute.

Waxhaw UMC is doing a live nativity display this year as well. From the town's Facebook page:
The Nativity Story will be presented in front of the Waxhaw United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall (200 McDonald Street) on December 10, 11, 17, 18 ~ Friday and Saturday nights. Each night, the story of Jesus’ birth will be presented 4 times beginning at 6:30 and allowing a few minutes after each presentation to pet the live nativity animals. The last presentation will begin at 8:00 pm. The appropriate Christmas carols will be sung during the telling of the story, and we encourage everyone to join in the singing of some of our most favorite Christmas songs! Please join us for the outdoor fun and a cup of hot chocolate!
Joyce Blythe is doing another walking tour on the December 18th at 7pm for those interested. I'm going to try to make this one; my fingers are crossed.

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