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Holiday PJ party in Port Robinson

Annual event draws crowd of kids in PJs

Clad in colourful PJs, kids clamoured to sit on Santa’s knee Friday night.

The Jolly Old Elf and Mrs. Claus listened to kids’ whispered wishes and handed out candy canes at the Port Robinson Community Centre, following a free holiday presentation from the Heartland Forest Puppets.

Singing elves, mice, and other fun puppet characters—obsessed with getting cheeseballs for Christmas—were all part of the humourous Port Robinson-themed show.

Volunteers—also decked out in their finest festive sleepwear—served milk and cookies, and helped kids make crafts to hang on the Christmas tree at the annual free event.


Cathy Pelletier

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