Winter weather pushes Coleridge Holiday event back a week
COLERIDGE — Old Man Winter tried to play the Grinch last Saturday night in Coleridge.
Freezing cold winds in excess of 40 miles per hour and blowing snow forced organizers to postpone the annual Christmas in Coleridge event until this Saturday, Dec. 7.
The evening’s festivities will begin at 5:30 p.m. lasting until 8 p.m. All events will again be held at the Community Building.
Youngsters will be able to visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus. After whispering in Santa’s ear what they are hoping for this Christmas, Mrs. Claus will have a special treat to share with the children.
The Community Club has supper covered for the evening. Hot beef sandwiches, hot dogs, and chips are on the menu.
Throughout the evening, bingo will be going on, with prizes for those who are able to get five in a row on their bingo cards.
The wildly exciting wind machine will be making an appearance again this year. Throughout the evening names will be drawn for a chance to stick your hand in the machine and grab for cash, maybe you can be one of the lucky people to grab a fist full of cash.