Can one nice old man with whiskers change the lives of a world-weary mother, her little girl and all of New York City? This holiday classic is as relevant and meaningful as ever; its story of triumph of faith over greed and goodwill over commercialism has enchanted us for over 65 years. Full of “joy and love and all the other intangibles” this show is what we want Christmas to really mean. Santa Claus is coming to town... but this year, he has to prove it. A family show- suitable for children ages 9 and up. Buy tickets online or call the box office.
Upcoming Special Events
NOV 2014Miracle on 34th Street- Sudbury Theatre Centre.
NOV 2014Santa Watch Party.
The Santa Watch Party will be Saturday, November 22nd from 2pm-5:30pm on Larch st.(between Durham and Elgin) The party is a fun way to spend your time before the Parade, and gives plenty of entertainment for the kids. The event is in partnership and in support of the United Way Centraide. Festivities will include Free Sleigh Rides(2pm – 5pm), Balloon Animals, games, Crafts, live music, festival foods and much more.
NOV 2014Dinner & Santa Claus Parade - Aboriginal Best Start Hub (R).
We have been invited by St. Andrew's United Church on 111 Larch Street to attend dinner and to watch the Santa Claus Parade. Event will start at 3:30pm, we will meet there, children will be able to do crafts and you will be able to decorate strollers and hats for the parade. If you would like to register for this event please contact us at the hub @ 705-688-1941 by November 17, 2014
NOV 20142014 Santa Claus Parade - Greater Sudbury (Downtown).
This years parade will be held on Saturday November 22nd, 2014 at 5:30 P.M. Saturday November 22nd is much more than the parade, activities include "Santa Watch Party" TD Canada Trust Parking Lot ( Corner of Durham/Cedar Street) 2:00pm to 5:30pm.
NOV 2014Falconbridge Legion Hall - Annual Family Christmas Party.
Santa will be coming to visit. Bring the children for a fun day including Games, Bouncy Castle, Pizza and shopping booths for the parents. Admission is $5.00. All proceeds will be donated to the MCTV Christmas Telethon on December 6, 2014.
NOV 2014"Transition to School" Parent Education Session for Entry into Kindergarten for Children with Special Needs.
Come join us to discuss “Education and children with special needs.” This is an opportunity for parents to learn more about the local educational programs for children with special needs and the transition planning that occurs. Sometimes the planning and entry process to the first year of school can be a very challenging time and we want to ensure that families receive the information needed to make an informed decision about their child’s education. It is also an opportunity to meet other parents who are preparing for this very important transition in their child’s life.
NOV 2014Fasciner un jour, façonner pour toujours ! Conférence interactive pour parents et éducateurs.
Conférence interactive par Stéphane Paradis
Estimer nos enfants et les aider à façonner leur identité
Inspirer nos jeunes à développer leur potentiel
?Faire la différence en tant qu'Adulte Signifiant
S'adresse aux parents, éducateurs, enseignants et tuteurs. 5$, un léger goûter sera servi http://www.santesudbury.ca
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