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Shubie Legion Ladies - Christmas Wreath Decorating Event

Sat Dec 09, 7:48 AM

We just heard about an exciting event being hosted by the Shubie Ladies Legion Auxillary.  They are taking on a wonderful project of "Re-Purposing" the Rememberance Day wreaths into Christmas Wreaths for families that might not have one.  What a GREAT IDEA ladies.

They are inviting crafters of all talent levels to come and enjoy a mornign with friends and neighbours to create this Christmas masterpieces.

  • Saturday December 16th at 9:30am

You don't have to be an experienced crafter - just come and bring your glue gun and some creative ideas and you can be part of this.  Our friends and the Shumilacke Food Bank are gonig to distribute them for the group.

Cathy & Sandy Flemming (902-758-3939) are taking the lead on this if you have any questions.

Way to go SHUBIE another way to suport those a little less fortunate at this wonderful time of the year.



Shubie Christmas Tree Lighting Ceromony (DATE CHANGE)

Fri Dec 01, 11:17 AM

​CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY 

​The Village of Shubenacadie is hosting its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Cereomony

Day Change ​- Because of the forecasted rain for Friday 

  • Sunday December 3rd at 6:30pm 

Come and join the fun.  Bundle up the whole family and enjoy Carol Sing / Hot Chocolate - and yes the Turning on of the Lights - Blessing of the Tree

AND wait for it Fireworks at the End - celebrating Shubie Fires 55th Anniversary

​Thank You's 

  • Mill Village Church - for leading the Carol Sing
  • Milford Foodland for supplying the Hot Chocolate
  • Betty MacPhee and VON bringing a Cake Celebrating 120 years of service
  • RBC for providing the power to light the tree
  • Shubenacadie Fire  Department for organizing the whole evening and especially the Fired Works
  • Councillor Pam MacInnis - Natalie Brown and Corrine Giles for organizting it all

See you at the little park next to the RBC - corner of Main St. & Mill Village.