Nothing brings family and friends together like a good meal! The Dryden Native Friendship Centre is doing just that – by inviting all residents of Dryden and the surrounding area to a Community Christmas Feast at the Dryden Native Friendship Centre, 74 Queen Street, on Thursday, December 13th.
You will be treated to a big, traditional Christmas dinner, including turkey, stuffing, perogies, cabbage rolls, meatballs, and desserts all made by DNFC staff and volunteers. All you need to bring is an appetite and a smile!
Along with the feast, area families are invited to bring their cameras along to take pictures with Santa.
The doors will open at 4pm, dinner will begin to be served at 5, and pictures with Santa will begin after the meal. There is no cost to take part in this joyous celebration of family, friends, and community. Everyone is welcome.
For more information on the Dryden Native Friendship Centre’s Community Christmas Feast, Thursday, December 13th on the 2nd floor of 74 Queen Street, contact Margaret Meehan or Angel Orobko at (807) 223-4180.