Waterloo Region Record - - NIGHT LIFE - Record staff

WATER­LOO RE­GION — Hol­i­day festivities in the re­gion are in full swing, mean­ing there’s plenty to do in the re­gion this week­end. Here’s a short list: Kitch­ener’s an­nual Christkindl Mar­ket starts Thurs­day and runs through the week­end. Ex­pect more than 100 ven­dors, 30 live bands, choir and dance per­for­mances, a live na­tiv­ity, horse-drawn car­riage rides, a model rail­way, a pup­pet show, skat­ing in Carl Zehr Square and more. For a de­tailed sched­ule visit: christkindl.ca.

Make your own hol­i­day or­na­ments at Stu­dio Cen­tral in the Kitch­ener Pub­lic Li­brary. Learn how to cre­ate a sim­ple LED light cir­cuit and use a 3D printer to make a cus­tom or­na­ment. All ages are wel­come and no reg­is­tra­tion is re­quired.

Cam­bridge City Hall and Mar­ket Square will trans­form this week­end into a hol­i­day mar­ket with a num­ber of ven­dors, ac­tiv­i­ties for the fam­ily, horse drawn trol­ley rides, and live per­for­mances by the Chartwell Bell Ringers, the Sal­va­tion Army, Ad­di­son Women’s Choir, and Penny and Pound Theatre. And on Sun­day, bring your pets — on a leash for pet pho­tos. For the sched­ule of events visit: cam­bridge.ca.

If you need an es­cape from hol­i­day festivities this week­end, join The Dog Haus at Bech­tel Park in Water­loo for a med­i­ta­tion walk with your ca­nine pal. It’s a free event for dog-lovers who want to take a stroll to­gether. Dogs must be on lashes — no re­tractable leashes — and no treats are al­lowed.

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