Update Your Calendars…

TEAManster, Anstruther’s merchant association, is working on the following upcoming events to raise money towards this year’s Christmas events and activities, so add them to your calendar/schedule so you make time to come along and participate:

Saturday, Sept. 14 — Pyjama Party Around Anstruther — wear your PJ’s, dressing gowns or bathrobes when visiting identified Anster shops to do some shopping, catch up with friends, or start early Christmas-gift browsing….you won’t be the only one in nightclothes as merchants will also be wearing their jammies!  Discounts will be offered, with money raised going towards Christmas events.

Saturday, Oct. 27 — Halloween Disco Family Party, 6-9:30, Cellardyke Town Hall; £5 per family (2 adults, kids); bar, music, dancing, games for all ages — everybody is invited — and costumes should be funny, bright, unusual but not gory or scary (think of the little ones!).

Saturday, Nov. 17 — Family Quiz Night (kids aged 7+), 6-9 pm, location to be announced; BYOB and snacks, a Reindeer Raffle will have tickets available at the Sweetie Shop in Anstruther’s Rodger Street (availability dates, price, and prize info forthcoming).

Sunday, Nov. 18 — Indoor Car Boot Sale at Erskine Hall, 11am-2pm, details to follow.

late Nov/early Dec. — “Deck Your Doors” competition for best holiday-decorated doors; £2 per house to enter competition, with judging done and “bragging rights” awarded to most creative, best looking holiday doors in Anstruther, Cellardyke and Kilrenny. Details to be released shortly.

Dec. 7-8-9, Friday/Saturday/Sunday — Christmas comes to Anstruther!  More information is forthcoming, but for starters: Friday night tree lighting, Santa Grotto visit at the Sweetie Shop, carol singing, and SPECIAL GUESTS hoofing their way to town!  Saturday afternoon Kids Christmas Party — an annual favourite of dancing, bouncy castle, Santa, snacks, and more. Sunday afternoon — we’re working on SEVERAL activities/events. All together, this weekend is aimed at the young ones in the area, and will even bring the child out in adults!

 

 

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