Gananoque residents had something fun to do before the winter season officially comes to and end in a few weeks time.
Taking place yesterday, January 16, 2010, was the yearly Winter Warm-Up, an event produced by the Gananoque & District Humane Society. The event started at 10 in the morning, and ended at around 2 in the afternoon. The TLTI Community Centre, which is located at Jessie Street, Landsdowne, played host to the annual festivities.
Participants were in for a lot of treats and surprises, as organizers put together a special library for bookworms, as well as treasure tables that were popular in previous years.
Furthermore, those who took part in the event had for themselves a sumptuous array of food that included coleslaw, chili, and a simple yet delicious selection of buns – coupled with tea, coffee, or dessert. In addition, Sigg’s baking took center stage, providing a wide range of pastries and breads.
Staff from the Gananoque & District Humane Society commented that the event was a big success thanks to community members who set aside money to donate.
Indeed, it’s a great way to make the most of the winter season that’s coming to a close.