Making Spirits Bright at HighPoint

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At HighPoint we enjoy holiday festivities as much as anyone and we would love to invite our neighbors to join in on some of the events planned with merry hearts just for you!
Grab & Go Holiday Decor
Stop by the Friendship Centre and grab some festive holiday decor for your home and spread some cheer!
Holiday Decor Contest
Light up your patios & porches, deck your halls & trim your trees: it’s time to celebrate the season! Share your photos on our facebook or instagram pages with #HolidaysatHighPoint to be entered to win fabulous weekly prizes!
The deadline to post is December 26.
Speaking of decor, check out these fun Christmas craft projects to enjoy with your kids and add a personal touch to your holiday decor!
How to make glitter ornaments:
DIY Gnomes
Mini Christmas trees
Holiday Party
Join us December 17th for this very special event featuring a catered dinner, an exciting visit from Santa and so much more! We also ask the you please share the spirit of the season by bringing one new unwrapped toy, per person, for our donation to Toys for Tots! The event will be from 6:30-8:00 pm in the Friendship Centre and we can’t wait to see you there!

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