Upcoming Events for Dec. 5-8, 2019

Here are upcoming events in the Chewelah area for the upcoming week…




UPCOMING EVENTS
Cancer Support Group starting in Chewelah
A Cancer Support Group is forming in Chewelah on Tuesdays and is now having meetings at 1 p.m. at the United Church of Christ, (10 E Webster, corner of 395 and Webster Ave). The diagnosis of “cancer” is a life changer not only for the patient but also for their family and friends. Starting down this road one is full of questions, confusion and most of all – fear. This support group is to give all people involved a meeting where we can discuss freely our individual
journeys. There are many kinds of types of treatment and even more types of cancer so our discussions will not focus on particular types of cancer or treatments, but on our fears, our methods of coping and how we can help support each other on our personal paths. There is life with cancer. Let’s talk about it. For more information please call Cheri Freeman, 935-6681 or 509-675-1350.

Church will offer free oil changes
The Chewelah Evangelical Free Church is sponsoring a community outreach project to help single mothers, elderly persons and others in financial need.
Free oil change and filter up to $40 will be provided for a limited time. A normal maintenance inspection will also be provided at this time. This service will be provided between Dec. 15 to Dec. 30, 2019. For appointments, please call 935-6406 or 935-7003.

DECEMBER 4, 11, 18: COME LET US ADORE HIM
The Chewelah United Church of Christ, St. Paul Lutheran Church and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints invite you to a series of Advent Devotionals. Each will be held at 7 p.m. On Dec. 4 it will be at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, On Dec. 11 it will be at St. Paul Lutheran Church and Dec. 18 at Chewelah United Church of Christ.

-DECEMBER 5: Belt testing at Bradley’s TaekwonDo
-DECEMBER 5: First Thursday Art Walk in Downtown Chewelah

DECEMBER 5: First Thursday Art Walk Featured Artist: You!
Come by the New Creators’ Workshop in Chewelah for Featured Artist: You! to paint, decoupage, or otherwise create a heart tile for our community heART mural. Will go on from 5:30-8 p.m. Look for the orange door on 3rd between Main and Clay.

DECEMBER 5-6: Providence St. Joseph’s Guild 2019 Christmas Fundraising Extravaganza
Providence St. Joseph’s Hospital will be hosting their Christmas Fundraising Extravaganza on Dec. 5-6. Enjoy the Annual Craft and Bake Sale, the Banner Bank and “Day of Sale” Silent Auction, Artificial Wreath Decorating and a Christmas Decoration Rummage Sale. On Dec. 5, the event goes from 1-4 p.m. and on Dec. 6 it goes from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

DECEMBER 6-7: A Homecoming Christmas at the Keller House and Museum
You’re invited to the Stevens County Historical Society’s 2019 Christmas Tour of the Keller House and Museum. There will be The Mitten Tree where you can bring mittens and hats for area children. There will be live music in the Keller House music room. The house is open Dec. 6 from 4-7 p.m., Dec. 7 from 2-7 p.m. and Dec. 8 from 2-6 p.m. at 700 N. Wynne Street, Colville WA 99114. For more info call 509-684-5968.

DECEMBER 6 and 7: Old Fashioned Christmas Craft Sale and Santa at the Valley Grange
Check out Valley’s vintage and handmade items from local vendors. Visit with Santa on Friday in a one of a kind setting and get your stocking. Bring your camera. Come see Valley’s miniature Donkey and take photos with her. Dinner is available on Friday, Cinnamon rolls will be available Saturday morning along with lunch that afternoon. There will be a coloring contest for kids and a craft table. Times are Friday 4-8 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.




DECEMBER 7: Stevens County Cattlemen’s Annual Meeting in Kettle Falls
The Stevens County Cattlemen’s Association will be holding their annual meeting on Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Kettle Falls Gun Club located at 1269 HWY 25, just outside Kettle Falls. The business meeting will begin at noon, followed by a presentation by guest speaker Dr. Angus McIntosh at 2 p.m. Dr. McIntosh is a foremost expert on Private Property Rights on Federal Land. The Range Allotment Owners – National Grazing Lands Education Association (RAO), is a national level association of livestock producers
who are Allotment Owners in the contiguous Western States. The RAO was formed for the purpose of educating, informing, and assisting Allotment Owners in protecting their property rights and promoting the interests of livestock organizations, businesses, and communities dependent on the Western livestock industry.

DECEMBER 7: Valley School Winter Craft Fair
Check out blown glass ornaments, Sarah Scates Pottery, wood crafts, hats, jewelry and so much more at the Valley School Craft Fair on Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be Breakfast with Santa from 10-11 a.m. Lunch by the Family Engagement Committee and Communities In Progress groups. Sponsored by the Valley Pep Club.

DECEMBER 7: Chewelah City Sidewalks
Chewelah’s Chamber of Commerce City Sidewalks event this year is Saturday, December 7, 2019. There will be the traditional 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. shopping flurry for the Screamin’ Great Deal! Also, the Chewelah Chamber will be “showcasing” our pubs and eateries, and what they have to offer during the event.

DECEMBER 7: DIY CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS
The New Creators’ Workshop will be hosting a DIY Christmas Ornament class at the New Creators’ Workshop in Chewelah. There will be supplies to make at least four different ornaments during Chewelah’s City Sidewalks on Dec. 7. Cost is $5 per ornament or $20 for five ornaments.

DECEMBER 7: Chewelah Farmers Market Christmas Craft Faire
The Chewelah Farmers Market is hosting an annual Christmas Craft Fair with live music, Christmas trees, fun shopping, carolers, apple cider, crafts, holiday foods, and free drawings at the Aaron Huff Memorial Cultural Center at 214 E. Main St. in Chewelah. For more info go to chewelahfarmersmarket.com.

DECEMBER 7: Breakfast with Santa at the Valley School
Enjoy Breakfast with Santa at the Valley School during the Annual Winter Craft Fair from 10-11:30 a.m. There wil be biscuits and gravy or pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs and drink. Kids plates for those 0-16 eat free, adults get a plate for $6. Breakfast and gifts sponsored by Dawson Trucking/DTI, Lane Mountain Co., Valley Community Families, Communities in Progress, along with volunteers from the Valley School Family Engagement Committee. Bring your camera to take a photo with Santa.

DECEMBER 7: Breakfast with Santa at Addy Grange
Enjoy Breakfast with Santa at the Addy Grange from 8-10:30 a.m on Dec. 7. There will also be a Christmas Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

DECEMBER 7: Dinner at Dan and Jo’s
Enjoy Chicken Alfredo, salad, a roll and dessert as part of a fundraiser for the Valley Warriors Against Cancer. There will be a silent auction so you can get your Christmas gifts from us and help Support Steven’s County Cancer Patients and their families. Dinner begings at 7:30 p.m. in Valley. The recommended donation is $9. Purchase your tickets for a chance to win an 8×10 he/she shed for $5.

DECEMBER 7: Pet Photos with Santa
Enjoy pet photos with Santa at Sety’s Ace Hardware beginning at 11 a.m.

DECEMBER 8: Joy to the World Concert
Joyful holiday music comes to Chewelah on Sunday, December 8, as Chewelah Arts Guild presents its fourth “Joy to the World” concert, at 2 p.m. at Abundant Life Fellowship. The performers, all making their first appearances here, will be Lake City String Quartet from Coeur d’Alene, Spokane soprano Hannah Kimball-Fuller, and Lirico Chamber Singers, the elite vocal ensemble at University High School, Spokane Valley. Kimball-Fuller will open the concert with a set of popular and Broadway songs of the season, backed by Riley Gray on piano; and Ash Madison, bass. The Lake City String Quartet’s members are violinists April Martin and Karen Hoatson, violist Sandy Daniel, and cellist Kristina Phillips. Besides playing with the Coeur ‘Alene, Spokane, Helena and Sandpoint orchestras, all four musicians teach private lessons. The quartet will open the concert’s second half, then be joined by Hannah Kimball-Fuller for a program of sacred Christmas music.