Sterling Senior Center Events

Sterling Senior Center

34453 Sterling Highway

Sterling, Alaska 99672

The Sterling Senior Center proudly presents two great programs in November for your pleasure and benefit:

Annual Christmas Bazaar and Bake Sale

Upcoming — Christmas Bazaar

November 13-14 (Friday & Saturday)

10am to 3pm

Seeking vendors for the Christmas Bazaar scheduled for Friday November 13th and Saturday November 14th from 10am to 4pm. If you are a crafter and wish to participate, reserve your table early. Cost will be $25 per table for both days. Reserve your table by calling Sandy Bailey at 260-3725 or Michelle at the center at 262-6808. Sandy will be out of state for 3 weeks, so don’t panic if you can’t get her as Michelle will be happy to put your name on the list. Get busy crafting so that we might have a great Christmas craft and bake sale.

Handcrafted items, baked goods, and food served by the Elderberry Café

Tables available for $25 per table

For further information, call the Center at 262-6808. Call early to reserve your space.

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

November 21 (Saturday)

9am to 1pm

$10 for Adults

$5 for Children 12 and under

Pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage and more

All proceeds to benefit the kenai peninsula food bank

HELLO STERLING SENIORS! HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

DON’T FORGET TO SET YOUR CLOCKS BACK 1 HOUR ON NOVEMBER 1ST!

NOVEMBER WILL BE A BUSY MONTH AT THE CENTER. WE WILL NEED LOTS OF VOLUNTEERS.

IF YOU HAVE SOME SPARE TIME TO SHARE, PLEASE SIGN UP IN THE VOLUNTEER BOOK AT THE

FRONT DESK. ANY TIME YOU CAN SPARE WILL BE APPRECIATED!

WE ARE HAVING OUR CHRISTMAS BAZAAR ON NOVEMBER 13TH & 14TH. SIGNUP SHEET IS AT THE

FRONT DESK.

NOV. 21ST THERE WILL BE A BREAKFAST AT 9AM TO 1PM. IT IS OUR FUND RAISER FOR THE FOOD BANK.

THANKSGIVING BOXES WILL BE GIVEN OUT ON NOVEMBER 23RD & 24TH FOR FAMILIES IN NEED.

CARVING CLUB IS ON NOV. 7TH & 21ST FROM 10AM TO 3PM . ANYONE WHO CARVES OR WANTS TO LEARN

TO CARVE IS WELCOME TO COME. WE ASK YOU TO BRING SOMETHING TO SHARE AT LUNCH TIME.

THE CENTER WILL BE CLOSED ON NOVEMBER 26TH THOUGH NOVEMBER 29TH FOR THE THANKSGIVING

HOLIDAY.

! Friday Night at the Movies ! This season’s movies continues with two great movies: November 6 feature is “The Imitation Game” the story of Alan Turing, the British mathematician most responsible for breaking the German military code in World War II, Snack is Chili Dogs, chips, dessert, popcorn and coffee.

November 20 movie is the magical, inspiring and fun Disney production — “Tomorrowland” actors George Clooney, Raffey Cassidy are great. Snacks? Sloppy Joes, dessert, popcorn and coffee.

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