5 Things to Do . . .

A 'Holiday Edition' as we get ready to bring in 2018 with style

It’s that traditional “time of the year”—the not quite New Year but the afterglow of Christmas cheer.

Throughout Sarnia and area, we have a few choices you’ll want to take advantage of, starting as early as Friday, Dec. 29.

Holiday Leftovers at Theatre Forty Two

Yes, it’s being called “Holiday Leftovers,” an invitation to watch the critically acclaimed (their words not ours) classic “Jingle All the Way,” which stars Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The event takes place on Friday, Dec. 29 at 7 p.m. and Theatre Forty Two is located at 900 Devine Street (corner of Indian Road).

General admission is $10 (all ages) and along with the film, there will be a “re-gifting” extravaganza, done according to “Traditional Yankee Swap” rules (we’re not sure either).

New Year’s Eve Party at Wyoming Legion

The Wyoming Legion, at 493 Erie St, Wyoming. is hosting a New Year’s Eve Party, with festivities starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 each and include a light lunch. DJ Leonard Westcott is the featured entertainer.

New Year’s Dance at Courtright Community Hall

This event begins at 8 p.m. and is sponsored by the Courtright Minor Athletic Association. Featured are Scott Manery and the Barnburners. Tickets are $25.

Sarnia Roadrunners 7 k New Year’s Day event

Runners will begin from the Canatara Park Animal Farm at 1 p.m. on New Year’s Day for their traditional 7 km run. Cost is $10 and all runners (and walkers) are welcome.

Free Skate in Point Edward

On January 2, there’s a free skate held at the Point Edward Arena, thanks to Forever Furniture. The fun begins at 12:30 p.m. The event includes kids games, a prize chest and more. Everyone is welcome.

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