Winter Memories await you on December 15
The Lennoxville Business Association is inviting people into the heart of the community on December 15 for a new event they are calling “Winter Memories.” Building off of the association’s mission to promote the economic and commercial development of the Borough of Lennoxville, this new fun-filled day aims to bring a little bit of holiday cheer to the cold days of winter.
Although the organizers are saving some surprises for the day itself, “Winter Memories” already promises a schedule of unprecedented activity.
In the morning the Lennoxville Library will be hosting an event that invites visitors to get into the Danish tradition of Hygge (pronounced "hugah"); the creation of a warm and cosy atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life. Visitors of all ages are invited to share stories, treats, and Christmas cheer from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.,
After Lunch the Les 3 Fées store at 139 Queen Street will be hosting a giant Christmas card workshop. To avoid confusion, this is a workshop devoted to the creation of giant Christmas cards, which will be taking place from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
As the evening rolls around, the Lennoxville Youth Centre will be holding a tree ornament workshop. Unlike the Christmas card event, this activity lasts only 45 minutes, from 4 p.m. to 4:45, so those who are interested would be better to show up at 168-B Queen Street earlier rather than later. Once that workshop comes to a close, however, the LYC will host a festive tree lighting to bring the day’s events to a close on a high note.
Throughout the day visitors are invited to branch out from the organized activities to explore Lennoxville’s other local businesses and take advantage of the opportunity to do a little last-minute shopping.
The Lennoxville Business Association invites you to a day where you will create new memories as you reminisce about your wintery favorites. Together, let us create new memories in our community.
About the organization:
The Lennoxville Business Association was created by local merchants in 2016 with support from Commerce Sherbrooke. Rallying around the cause of the borough’s annual summer street festival, the organization has gradually built support and momentum while working on growing its membership. Earlier this year the association partnered with The Record to create the Purple Project: an initiative aimed at connecting more Bishop’s and Champlain students students with local businesses
More information about the Lennoxville Business Association, its projects, and its history is available on the association’s website: explorelennox.com. The association can also be reached by phone at 819 820-6082 or by email via [email protected]plorelennox.com. The group also maintains a Facebook Page under the Explore Lennox brand, where news and updates about local businesses and special deals are shared on a regular basis.