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Fernie Library celebrates Christmas

The kids had fun decorating gingerbread cookies and colouring. - Submitted photo
The kids had fun decorating gingerbread cookies and colouring.
— image credit: Submitted photo

The Fernie Heritage Library held their Annual Community Christmas Celebration on Sunday, December 18.

There were children’s stories, activities including sewing and gingerbread decorating, and songs in the basement then an international dessert potluck along with stories and songs from some very special guests. It all finished up with a community carol sing.

 

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