Cambridge preparing its holiday plans

September 2, 2018 by  

Cambridge has planned a series of events to celebrate the winter holiday season, and the public is welcome to come out and enjoy them all.

This assortment of activities will begin at the end of November, and the fun will keep on going until December 31. They have been chosen to appeal to all ages, and will be held at various locations throughout the community

The first activity will set the area aglow with music and lights in Hespler Village, and the CP Holiday Train is scheduled to make at stop at Malcolm Street Train Station. The whole family can pay a visit to Candyland in Central Park in Preston, and there will also be a holiday market, a New Year’s Eve party, and Phil Kline’s Unsilent Night to enjoy as well.

To help make sure that these events will be a success, the organizers have put out a request for volunteers from the local community. A printing services provider can supply posters, flyers, and many other promotional products that can be used to keep residents abreast of the latest plans for activities like this that will be held in their own home area.

The dates, times and locations for this holiday fun can be found on the Cambridge website, and everyone is invited to join in the fun. Anyone who would like more information or would like to volunteer to lend a hand can do so by contacting the organizers.