Hundreds celebrate holidays with free activities
The Dec. 10 event that was open to residents, —CHRISTMAS began at the community centre with a children’s Christmas show. That was followed by a visit with Santa, who gifted up to 200 children with books in a variety of age groups. The books were given courtesy of the town. Meanwhile, the Optimist Club hosted free sleigh rides and handed out grilled cheese sandwiches and hot chocolate on the cold but clear morning. Sabrina Addison-Thibault, Saint-Lazare Culture and Events coordinator said more than 300 residents took advantage of the free activities.
The town of Saint-Lazare and the local Optimist Club hosted a holiday morning for kids that was a big hit last weekend.
Saint Lazare Optimist Club members Jacques Lalonde, Claude Thauvette and André Laberge wit hS aint Lazare Cultur ea nd Events Coordinator
Sabrin aA ddison-Thibault. The group welcomed close to 300 guests on Dec. 10 during a Christmas event sm orning.
Free sleigh rides throug ht own were a hit on the cold but clear day.