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Christmas tree lighting in Dryden and other good stuff

From a great publication called "Mom's Guide to Christmas 2011" put out by the Dryden MOPS (Mothers of PreSchoolers) Steering Team and one mom in particular—she knows who she is smiley :

Dryden Village Tree Lighting

Annual Christmas Tree Lighting at 5:00pm. Enjoy the ear pleasing sounds of Dryden School’s Band and Beyond Measure’s singing group on the Village Green. Santa arrives at 5:30pm to light the tree! Refreshments following at the Methodist Church. At the Dryden Café, enjoy $1 hot chocolate, free cookies, and wonderful local music.

Admission: Free

Where: Village Green, Dryden

When: Saturday, 12/03 at 5:00 p.m.

 

Breakfast with Santa at the Dryden Hotel

Kids east free at this special breakfast with Santa. Bring in a toy for Cops, Kids, & Toys and receive a $5 gift certificate.

Admission: Free for kids

Where: Dryden Hotel, West Main Street, Dryden

When: Saturday, 12/10 at 8:00 a.m. - Noon

 

Southworth Library Family Story Time: Holiday Tales

Enjoy exploring holiday tales with the whole family at this special story time.

Admission: Free

Where: Southworth Library, Dryden

When: Saturday, 12/17 at 12:30 p.m.

 

Those are just the Dryden-centric items.  There's much, much more in the "Mom's Guide"—and not just for moms or little ones. Enjoy!

 

 

 

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