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Tree Lighting Ceremony Paterson Park


THUNDER BAY,ON -----   November 19, 2012  -----   The Fort William Business District, Tbaytel Putting up treetogether with Victoriaville Centre, invite you to help ring in the Holiday season with their 18th Annual TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY taking place on Friday, November 23 in Paterson Park (corner of Miles & May Street). Everyone is invited to sip apple cider provided by First Wesley United Church as they join in the singing of Christmas Carols led by St. PaTrick’s Cathedral Choir at 6:00 pm, followed by the lighting of the giant tree at 6:30 pm.

Join us for free Dell Farm hayrides throughout Downtown Fort William [6:30 to 8:30] then warm up with hot cocoa and Robin’s eggs while listening to the sounds of Jim ‘n I in the “Green” in Victoriaville Centre. 

In keeping with the spirit of giving, the B.I.A. and Victoriaville Centre are requesting donations of non-perishable food items to support Shelter House and/or clothing donations ~ new born to size 16 for Precious Bundles Clothing Assistance Program.

Special thanks to The Lakehead Region Conservation for donating our tree and to Tbaytel for cutting, transporting and securing the tree. 

Gingerbead HouseOn Saturday, Nov 24th Fort William Business District open house,  with 13 business taking part 
Come to the Lake Superior Art Gallery and make a children's Gingerbread House 1 to 3 p.m. with Carly Robillard, for only $5.00 you or your child could make a Gingerbread House.

Merchants in Victoriaville Centre, Centennial Square and the Fort William Area that have BIG RED BOWS outside their store will be participating in the open house. Some will have draws, apple cider and in store specials

Children and Parent have fun after the Tree Lighting in Victoriaville Centre


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