We can’t wait to get together to share food, crafts and love this week. It will be chilly, but there will be hot cocoa and plenty of hot tea. Bring a lunch dish and something sweet to share at our potluck that starts at 11:30-1pm.
Families will be bringing crafts to share. One family will share a bit about Chanukah, and another about Kwanza. I will read a story of St. Lucia, a part of the Scandinavian (mostly Swedish) Festival of St. Lucia where Light overcomes the dark. And we will pick a night to go visit Bethlehem this weekend and Candy Cane lane this week. We will sing Christmas & Chanukah carols together while we craft. I hope to see you there.
Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, Merry Kwanza, Happy Solstice, and more.
Okay, families – bring something crafty for the kids to work on. Do you have beads and string, a holiday craft, like clothespin reindeer? Bring a Holiday craft for the kids, or something you think would be a great craft option. Maybe they can hang it on a tree or a window.
I will bring paper and scissors to make snowflakes.
Maybe they can gift it to someone during the holidays. Sky is the limit. We are a crafty bunch.
I can’t wait to see what you bring.
Deltacs will be bringing paints and glitter for kids to help us paint salt dough ornaments that we annually hand out to residents of retirement homes on Monday Dec 15th! We will be singing carols to the residents and you are welcome to join us. Click on the link above to make your own at home.
And don’t forget our Holiday Party & Potluck is December 18th. A potluck for lunch 11:30-1pm and then a celebration of Hanukkah, Kwanza, Christmas, St. Lucia and more.