As we ring in the New Year, all of us at Community Connections are wishing you the best for a 2019 filled with happiness and prosperity!
Today (December 21st) is the Winter Solstice, which is officially the “shortest” day of the year!
While today marks the least amount of daylight we see for the year here in the Northern Hemisphere, it also means that the nighttime is the longest of the year. Close to the North Pole, there is darkness 24 hours a day! Here is a picture that shows how that works: https://goo.gl/images/1paZiy
The opposite of the Winter Solstice is the Summer Solstice, which will be on June 21st. When it is time for the Summer Solstice at the North Pole, there is daylight for 24 hours a day!
If you want to learn more about how the Winter and Summer Solstices work, you can check out this YouTube video:
Thanks to COPCS for sharing these great photos from their Christmas Party last weekend!
Hello Cool Arts friends, family, and supporters:Please find the Cool Arts Winter Newsletter and an invitation to our Holiday Party & Art Sale attached.If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me via return email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give me a call in studio.Hope to see you at the Holiday Party – if we miss you, have a wonderful holiday and we’ll see you in the new year!With warmest regards,Elana Bizovie
Cool Arts Society
With the holiday season nearly upon us, many turn to shopping for presents and checking out what is new in stores.
While this can get stressful, Denise, Dave, Doreen and Samantha took a break from the frenzy to have a spot of fun – check out their video!
Thanks for sharing with us, guys!
The Central Okanagan Professional Caregivers Society is having their Christmas party on December 8th this year – check it out!
Planning to go? Send us a picture!
COPCS is having their annual Christmas party on December 8th – check it out!