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. Page 30 THE QUODDY TIDES 25 December, 2015 SATURDAY- DECEMBER 26 FRIDAY - JANUARY 1 MEMORIAL HOCKEY GAME, in remembrance of Dwayne Williams, W.C. O'Neill Arena, St. Andrews, 2 p.m. THURSDAY- DECEMBER 31 TACKY SWEATER FUN RUN, through downtown Machias, starts at UMM Fitness Center, 1 p.m. GIFT OF ART, Eastport Gallery, 6 p.m. to 12 midnight. PLAY, Jest Desserts, Stage East, Eastport Arts Center, performances at 7 and 9 p.m. COOKIE BAKING CONTEST, Tides Institute, Eastport, entries ac- cepted, 7 to 9 p.m.; judging, 10 p.m. MAPLE LEAF DROP, celebrating the new year in New Brunswick, Tides Institute, Eastport, i 1 p.m. SARDINE DROP, celebrating the new year in Maine, Tides Institute, Eastport, 12 midnight. DOWNEAST LOBSTAH DROP with music, story-telling, shows and fireworks, Pat's Pizza, Machias, 12 midnight. NEW YEAR'S DAY. NEW YEAR'S LEVEE, Grand Man- an Community Centre, 12 noon. POTLUCK, Charlotte Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department, Charlotte Fire Station, 4 p.m. SUNDAY - JANUARY 3 FILM, The Theory of Everything, W.C. O'Neill Arena theatre, St. An- drews, 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY - JANUARY 2 PUBLIC BREAKFAST, Dennys- ville-Edmunds Congregational Church parish hall, Dennysville, 7 to 9 a.m. FRIDAY-JANUARY 8 SPECIAL MEETING of Anchor Lodge, Knights of Pythias, Eastport Youth Center, 6:30 p.m. SUNDAY - JANUARY 10 MEETING of Sunrise County Foqd Alliance at Growing Concern, Man- ning St., Calais, 1 p.m. VIOLIN RECITAL featuring Sam Schuth, Eastport Arts Center, 3 p.m. For additional listings, see the website . Festival of lessons and carols presented In a sanctuary adorned with seasonal greenery and red candles, the Dennysville- Edmunds Congregational Church present- ed its annual Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols candlelight service on Sunday evening, December 20. Over 100 people in attendance heard the Dennysville Festi- val Choir, under the direction of choir- master Colin Windhorst, sing 14 carols either arranged or composed by the late Sir David Willcocks, choirmaster at Kings College, Cambridge, England from 1957 to 1974, and under whom Windhorst had studied. The choir, standing in the back of the church, opened the service by singing Boris Ord's "Adam Lay YBounden," a 15th century carol. The first congregation- al carol was "O Come, All ye Faithful." Pastor Ron Windhorst gave a bidding prayer before the choir sang "Sussex Car- ol," a traditional English carol. The first lesson was read by Bill Attick. The traditional English carol "The Lord at First Did Adam Make" was followed by the second lesson, read by Mary McFad- den. The choir sang "A Child is Born in Bethlehem" by Samuel Scheidt before the congregation sang "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear." "O Come, O Come Em- manuel," preceded the third lesson, which was read by Roy Kilby. The choir sang the traditional French carol "I1 est ne le Divin Enfant" in French before Avis Whorley read the fourth lesson. "Birthday Carol" with words adapted from Luke 2 and "Silent Night" were followed by the choir's rendition of the traditional English carol "Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day" and the fifth lesson, read by Colin Wmdhorst. The choir presented the Basque carol "Gabriel's Message," Ruth Chaffey read the sixth lesson and the choir sang "The Infant King," with words by S. Baring Gould. The congregation sang "O Little Town of Bethlehem," the choir sang the Polish carol "Infant Holy, Infant Lowly" and the French traditional carol "Hush! My Dear, Lie Still and Slumber" and Scott Jones read the seventh lesson. The choir sang a second carol in French, "Quelle est Cette Odeur Agreable?" after Chris Paprocki read the eighth lesson. "The First Noel" was followed by the choir's singing "Mas- ters in this Hall," with words by William Morris, the ninth lesson read by Dave Gale and the final piece by the choir, "Lord of the Dance," with a melody adapted by Sydney Carter from a traditional Shaker song and arranged by David Willcocks. The congregation and the choir sang "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" as the choir recessed. This year marks the 30th year that the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols has been presented by this church. BED & BREAKFAST LODGING OPEN YEAR-ROUND Todd's Head - Eastport Tel. (207) 853-2328 aint Kateri Tekakwitha ari h Christmas Mass Schedule 0 Come All Ye Faithful, Let Us Adore Him, Christ the Lord! DECEMBER 24 4:00 p.m. -- Children's Mass -- Immaculate Conception, Calais 6:00 p.m. -- Evening Mass -- St. James, Baileyville DECEMBER 25 12:00 a.m. -- Mass at Midnight -- Immaculate Conception, Calais 9:00 a.m. -- Mass of the Day -- St. Joseph, Eastport 11:00 a.m. -- Mass of the Day -- Elderly Center, Pleasant Point WISHING YOU AND YOURS HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON FROM OUR FAMILY AT . Washington County Community College MAY YOU HAVE A HEALTHY & HAPPY A FESTIVAL of Nine Lessons and Carols was performed at the Dennysville/Edmunds Congregational Church by the Dennysville Festival Choir. JOHN P. FOSTER ATTORNEY AT LAW Persotial Injury Real Estate Family Law Probate 71 Water Street, Eastport Tel. 853-4611 Fax 853-4666 john@fosterlaw.org Best Wishes I, for this Hohday Season FROM THE STAFF OF E A. PEABODY 254 Main Street, Calais (207) 454-2556