The Hub December 2016/January 2017 - Page 24

December2016 Friday 9 Saturday 10 Sunday 11 Tuesday 13 Wednesday 14 Thursday 15 A Rock n’ Roll Christmas Chrysler Theatre 7:30 p.m. A St. Clair Christmas is always a feast for the eyes and ears. Spectacular dance numbers and special effects are fused with traditional carols, rock and roll music, and huge choral numbers to create a Christmas story that resonates with family members young and old. See website for details. Also December 10 & 15 to 17 Shepherds and Kings Parkwood Gospel Temple 7 p.m. Prepare to experience the power of love. A dramatic musical for Christmas. Free. See website for details. Runs through December 11 The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter Sho Art, Spirit and Performance 8 p.m. A one-act play based one Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, The Dumb Waiter is a dark comedy which focuses on two hit men waiting in a basement for their assignment. See website for details. Also December 10 Festival of Christmas Heritage Room, Assumption Hall Come hear the U Windsor Chamber Choir and University Singers perform seasonal favourites and new choral works for the Holiday Season including a new choral work by Canadian composer Larry Nickel. See website for details. Also December 11 Concert for Kids Capitol Theatre 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Join the Windsor Symphony Orchestra for music & performance suitable for pre-school kids. See website for details. A Christmas Carol Capitol Theatre A Christmas Carol told entirely through dance by Windsor Dance eXperience and will feature 75 local youth ages 6 to 30. See website for details. Also December 11 Eve of St. Nicholas John R. Park Homestead Noon to 4 p.m. See the Homestead in its holiday splendour. Warm up with mulled cider and roasted chestnuts. Meet St. Nicholas’ historic counterparts, Ruprecht and Belsnickel. Check the ‘list’ to see if you have been naughty or nice this year. Make a gingerbread cookie and traditional ornament to take home. See website for details. Children’s Holiday Party Olde Walkerville Theatre 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Join the Olde Walkerville Theatre for a day of family fun! See website for details. Candlelight Christmas John R. Park Homestead 7 p.m. See the 1842 house decorated with natural materials from forest and farm, craft a traditional ornament, bake on the hearth, and ring the sleigh bells. Costumed guides will take visitors through the house and farm after sundown. Pre-registration required. See website for details. The Christmas Spirit: Canadian Club Whisky, String and Flute Canadian Club Heritage Center 7 p.m. Join us for an intimate evening of drinks, food, and music. Admission includes the Canadian Club Whisky bar with a combination of old favourites, new blends and specialty Christmas-inspired cocktails and food service by Mimmo of Koolini Italian Eatery. See website for details. Christmas at the Freedom Museum Amherstburg Freedom Museum 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Special musical guests are the Jazzus Ensemble, a jazz trio that includes local musicians Jules Carreira, Jeffrey Sims and Gregory Moore. The hour and a half program will be sprinkled with traditional songs of the season and heart warming holiday classics that beautifully capture Ford City Christmas Market Heimat Windsor Banquet Centre 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Handcrafted everything, local art & crafters, vintage collectors, silk screeners, seasonal produce & plants, beirgarten, authentic German cuisine, locally roasted coffee & more! We encourage families to introduce their children to new and creative hobbies through our workshops that are created for all ages. See website for details. 24 The HUB -December 2016/January 2017 the spirit of the season. A dessert buffet will be served following the concert. See website for details.