Get your Christmas Groove on in Cache Creek

Concerts, movies and Zumba to celebrate Christmas and get a start on the new year.

Celebrate the Christmas season on Dec. 18 at 7pm at the third annual Winter Lights Appreciation and Christmas Singalong, hosted by the Cache Creek Beautification Society. Doors open at the Cache Creek Community Hall at 6:30. Listen to the beautiful sounds of the Desert Bells Handbell Choir and guests that include a musical performance by Wendy Coomber and Carmen Ranta on wooden recorders.

This year we’ll have a special prize draw for an outdoor yard ornament valued at $100 to be drawn from the names of the Winter Lights nominees attending the event. Bring the family to this free event and enjoy the community and Christmas spirit as we celebrate the holiday season.  Refreshments will be served.

On Dec. 19 enjoy some Canadian Culture with the Shortest Day film festival.  This 90 minute presentation features family oriented short films by Canadian film makers and is a free event. CCES PAC will have a concession. Watch some great films, and enter to win a door prize.  Doors open at 6pm and film starts at 6:30pm.

Come and have fun with Zumba with Krystal Kettle and then enjoy the movie Frozen! Admission is free. Concession by CCES PAC. Let’s celebrate the end of 2014 at the Pre-New Year’s Party on Dec. 30, at the Cache Creek Community Hall. Doors open at 6pm! This is a family event and you are welcome to wear your pjs and bring your favorite stuffie! The movie Frozen will be given away at the end of the night.

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Marcie Down

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