Have you ever thought about the possibility of volunteering at the YMCA – There are a number of opportunities from which to choose….including The Jingle Bell Run which is coming up Saturday, December 6 – you can assemble packets or work the packet pickup day, – on race day, be a greeter or a course marshall – call the Y today at 987-6400.
Quota Club of Port Huron will hold its annual Shatter Silence Charity Bowl-a-Thon fundraising event on November 2, 2014 at Port Huron Lanes at 1:00 PM. Sponsors and bowlers are needed to have a great time while raising funds for the deaf, speech impaired and disadvantaged families in St. Clair County. Funds raised will fund hearing aids and services for disadvantaged families in our community. For more info or to make a tax deductible donation please call Shelley Warwick @ 810 385 5850.
Celebrate Recovery Family Fun Fest Friday, is coming up October 31st 6:00pm – 8:00pm at Ross Bible Church at 2865 Maywood Drive in Port Huron. Kids, put on your costumes and come out for a night of fun- filled events with your parents. There will be a treasure hay hunt, hay rides, pumpkin bowling, crafts, games, candy and prizes. Bring a carved pumpkin to be judged in the Pumpkin Carving Contest and bring your best Chilly recipe for the Chili Cook-Off contest! Chili tasting starts at 6:30 and the pumpkins must be submitted Friday Night by 7:00pm to win! The evening wouldn’t be complete without cider and doughnuts!!! “Great Fun for the Entire Family”
The First Presbyterian Church Of Port Huron will sponsor the sixth annual Miracle Marketplace from 10 am to 3 pm Saturday November 1 at the church at 811 Wall St in Port Huron. There is no admission charge, however attendees are asked to bring a nonperishable food item or personal hygiene item to be donated to local food banks and homeless missions.
The Washington Life Center is having a Mitten and Scarf Tree. Please donate mittens and scarves to decorate our tree. If you knit or crochet, you can come to the center on Thursdays from 10am until 2pm when the “Needlers” group is here and work together knitting. The items will be donated to help keep local children warm this winter.
Start your Christmas shopping early! Unique gift ideas – something for everyone. Food and refreshments available. Door prize & Draws available Oil Heritage District Community Centre 360 Tank STREET Petrolia, Time: 9:00 AM- 3 PM, Saturday November 1 9:00 AM-3:00 PM, Sunday Nov 2nd there is no admittance fee.
‘Alpaca Christmas on the Farm’! at the Brier Run Alpaca Farm 4336 Edy’s Mills Line, Oil Springs Visit with our Alpacas, tour our fibre processing mill where we make roving, batting, felt and spun yarn. Browse in our store where you will find unique one-of-a-kind hand made items all from our own alpaca and specialty blends.All Canadian raised, Canadian made! Enjoy a cup of cider and some goodies! Free to attend. See you then! NO PETS PLEASE. 10 AM-4 PM, Saturday November 1.