Kinsmen Club plan to hold community Christmas party

Rimbey Kinsmen Club is getting into the holiday season with a community Christmas party.

Rimbey Kinsmen Club is getting into the holiday season with a community Christmas party.

The party, to be held Dec. 14 at Rimbey Community Centre will feature the Jesse Lewis Hypnosis Show. Lewis is a well-known hypnotist who promises a family show of great, clean entertainment for all ages.

The party is to include cocktails at 5:30 p.m. followed by supper at 7 p.m. The show starts at 8 p.m. and a cabaret will follow.

Allen Adam, project manager for the event said tickets are going well and the event should be a fun time for all as well as a great fundraiser to help raise dollars for projects such as playground equipment for the Kinsmen Park.

The Kinsmen Club is also in the process of completing calendars which include the dates of birthdays and anniversaries.

“We’ve got lots on the go right now,” said Adam.


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