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December 8, 2012

On tap tonight

Live Oak — Village Church in Dowling Park - Christmas Cantata


The Village Church in Dowling Park will present its annual Christmas Cantata - God Speaks “Word of the Father now in flesh appearing.”


For more than 35 years, this musical has drawn people from North Florida and South Georgia. This is an intergenerational event, with a cast and production crew of over 75 children, teens and adults, combining in drama and singing to capture the Christmas story in a fresh new way each year. A three-octave handbell choir is also featured along with trumpets, guitar, percussion, piano and organ. If you want to begin your Christmas season with an inspirational music and worship experience, please join us. All are welcome.

Saturday, Dec. 8 at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 9 at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Tickets for this year’s program can be obtained at no cost for the Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon performances at the Village Church office (386-658-5344) or at The Music Center in Live Oak. Tickets are not required for the Sunday morning performance.

Branford’s Christmas Festivities 


The Branford Area Inter-Church Ministries is hosting the 2012 Annual Branford Christmas Festival and evening parade.

BAICM is comprised of nine local churches and through this joint-effort, are putting on the festival and parade. Everyone is invited to the festivities.

There will be vendors

Floats which keep to the theme of "Keeping Christ in Christmas" will be judged for prizes. All floats may enter, but only those keeping with the theme will be judged.

The parade route

Line up is at 5 p.m. at the Branford High School football field and the parade begins at 6 p.m. The parade will travel west on Governor Street, (Don Odom Drive) to Drane Street. It will turn North on Drane and go up to Scaff's market where it will then turn back west to Suwannee Avenue (US 129). From there, it will proceed south on Suwannee Avenue to Murray's Cove Restaurant (Formerly Nell's) and it turns east and will end at Hatch Park.

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