Winter solstice - the shortest day of the year in the northern
hemisphere - is on Saturday. But that's no reason to be gloomy: light
a fire, trim a tree, raise a glass of cheer. Because the darkest day
arrives on the edge of the biggest holiday week of the year.
You'll notice the wintry look and feel as we travel around town
taking photos. But we're also starting to produce some seasonal
treats that we recorded earlier. Today, for instance, you'll find the
FHS Jazz Band's rendition of Let it Snow. We have lots more to come,
including some retrospectives of 2007.
Free public skating in three indoor locations, and plenty of
opportunity to share with others by wrapping gifts, donating to the
needy...and much more.
justFRED's Book & Music Contest
We've had a few entries in the forums, and another couple of emails,
answering the question: If I was in charge of justFRED, I would...
We really do value your suggestions. Winners will be announced
We've picked up several more local musical contributions and will
start uploading them as soon as we get a minute. Meantime, we're
slowly but surely adding everything we have to the playlist.
Enjoy the preparations for the week-long Christmas holiday. Because
next week, the days finally start getting a little bit longer.