Local Shopping All Day
Downtown merchants will be open for all of your holiday shopping needs.
Joel Steele Community Centre / Arena
Vendor & Trade Fair
9 am to 4 pm
Photos with Santa
by Margaret Link Photography
Joel Steele Community Centre (upstairs at the arena)
10 am–1 pm & 1:30–4 pm
$12 for a 4×6 print to take home in a folio
Now accepting Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Cash and Cheques
For more information, please contact Margaret Link at 343-264-0443 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winchester Hawks vs Westport
3 pm • Junior B Hockey
7–8 pm • Free admission
Old Town Hall — 478 Main St.
Dundas County Players Presents: Aladdin
2–4 pm • Tickets $20 for adults; $10 for kids
United Church – 519 St. Lawrence Street
Sergeant Sax (Frank Malatesta)
Pianist Kate Link-Horvath
2–2:50 pm • Contemporary, Classical and Christmas music
NDDHS High School Choir
NDDHS High School Band
Winchester Legion Branch #108 — 482 Main St. E.
Registration: Noon–12:30 pm
Tournament: 12:30–4 pm • $20 per team
Parade After Party
8 pm to Midnight • Free admission
Parade of Lights
Parade begins at 7 pm at the North Dundas Township Office.
Brrrr! Where to warm up during the parade:
- Our Fire Pit at Sweet Corner Park — Corner of Main and St. Lawrence Streets
- Hulse, Playfair & McGarry Funeral Home — 472 Main St. (they will also be serving hot chocolate at their door)
When you gotta go… Where to find bathrooms during the parade:
- Port-a-potties will be located near Sweet Corner Park
- Hulse, Playfair & McGarry Funeral Home — 472 Main St.
Free parking during the parade:
- Winchester District Memorial Hospital
Breakfast with Santa
Presented by the Rotary Club of Chesterville
8–11:00 am • Chesterville Legion — 167 Queen St.
$6 for adults; $3 for kids 7–12, kids 6 & under eat free
Santa visits from 9–10:30 am
Christmas craft table, free hot chocolate, Christ United Church bake sale
Concession Stand at the Vendor & Trade Show
By Community Living Dundas County
9 am–4 pm • Joel Steele Community Centre (upstairs at the arena)
Lions Club Supper
Lions Club — 515 Albert St.
Supper is from 4–7 pm: Ham, Scallop Potatoes, Baked Beans, Coleslaw, Coffee, Tea, and Hot Chocolate.
Hot dogs also available for the kids.
$5 Kids aged 6 and under; $10 Adults
Sweet Corner Park — Corner of Main and St. Lawrence Streets
Snacks and Refreshments Canteen
Presented by the Therien Jiu Jitsu and Kickboxing Special Events Committee. Proceeds will help send students to martial arts conventions and competitions.
Fries for Charity
Proceeds benefit The Winchester Hawks and the Downtown Revitalization Committee.
Food Bank Donations
Drop-off bins for food and unwrapped children’s toys will be available at the Vendor Fair. Volunteers wearing vests and ID tags will also be walking the parade route collecting monetary donations to be shared with the North Dundas Christmas Fund, which organizes the Christmas baskets.
Toy Mountain Donations
Royal LePage Gale Real Estate be collecting unwrapped, new toys at their office, located at 530 Main St. in Winchester. Drop in for some hot chocolate and cookies. Toys will be donated to Naomi’s House and to the Lion’s Club Christmas baskets.