We had a blast over the weekend being in a few community Santa Claus Parades – we put in a good word for our hall hosts and festival attendees when we were chatting with the jolly old elf himself.
Since then, we have had a few people ask to see what we were handing out. Candy canes, of course, but also some fun festive postcard greetings wishing everyone Happy Hall-idays! Have a look here.
You’ll see that our Deck the Small Halls schedule is featured on the back, which includes beloved halls in Seeley’s Bay, Balderson, Winchester, Almonte, Dacre, Lombardy and the NAC’s Southam Hall later this month. Watch for us in a few more upcoming small town parades! We love getting uber local.
Our Almonte show is officially sold out! Royal Wood at the Almonte Old Town Hall sold out about a week ago – but there are still tickets left to see this Juno-nominated artist at the Winchester United Church on Friday, Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Don’t hesitate – those are going quickly. Get your tickets here!
Speaking of tickets, did you know we have people purchasing tickets as part of their office Christmas party, others taking their parents out for a night of festive fun, while others are gathering with a group of friends for a unique Friday or Saturday night sans kids. However you come to join us – we’re looking forward to welcoming you and enjoying a night of fantastic music together.
Did you know that the hall-iday shows mark the first time that Small Halls has welcomed a comedian? Jimmy the Janitor is ready to make us laugh until our sides ache at the Lombardy Agricultural Hall and the DACA Community Centre. Be there to say you were at our first-ever comedy shows!
Don’t forget that Seeley’s Bay has a community tree lighting planned for before the show on Friday, Nov. 30! Come enjoy some hot chocolate starting at 5:30 p.m. with the lights going on at 6 p.m. Then, mosey on down the street to the Seeley’s Bay Community Hall for a festive musical treat with David Myles. Doors open there at 7 p.m. Tickets here! What a superb evening of community to the core.
Fun fact: there are two churches and four community halls on the hall-iday schedule this year – and one BIG hall! One thing they all have in common is the ability to bring people together to share in music and comedy – and leave uplifted with the cozy community fuzzy feeling.
We’re looking forward to Decking the Small Halls with you – starting next week!