I’m excited for winter in Centennial! The festivities in our community kicked off with the Highland Creek tree lighting supported by the Highland Creek Community Association and local businesses on Friday, November 25. It won’t be long until we are tobogganing in Adams Park and on Big Jake behind Charlottetown Junior Public School. CCRA is pleased to co-sponsor the St. Dunstan of Canterbury Annual Carol Sing on December 11, at 7:30 pm, 56 Lawson Rd. There will be Christmas songs and stories followed by refreshments in the parish hall. We hope you will sing carols with us and partake in holiday cheer.
Our 2016 Annual General Meeting in late October had a great turnout. We are delighted to welcome three new members to our executive, Wanda Wierzbicki, Rob Elbertsen and Lakshmi Anandaraj. I am delighted to serve for another year as President of CCRA. Here’s our great team for 2017: More
Glendys Riveron Alvarez
I came to Canada from Cuba eight years ago. When I landed in Toronto, the panoramic view and the architecture of the place amazed me. I felt like I was in a movie. From that moment on I knew my life would change drastically.More
This family-friendly show is performed by the music and drama departments of Mowat. Opening Dec. 8 through Dec. 10. Advance tickets $10 for children (aged 10 and under), $12 for high school students and seniors, and $17 for adults.
The annual Community Christmas Carol Sing will take take place on Sunday, Dec. 11th at 7:30 pm at St. Dunstan of Canterbury Anglican Church, 56 Lawson Rd. It is not a religious service, just an evening for people to sing carols and listen to entertaining Christmas stories, including the rector’s rant. The CCRA provides funding for refreshments
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