Feeling festive at annual Midway Christmas party

KATHLEEN SAYLORS

Grand Forks Gazette

The party featured a visit from Santa

: It was a fun and festive Saturday in Midway for the Midway Community Association’s annual Community Christmas Party. Kids and their families wee invited for snacks and pizza, plenty of crafts, a show performed by the West Boundary School of Dance and a visit from Santa himself!
Families filled the hall from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Kids worked on Christmas crafts!
There were a variety of crafts to do, from painting pine cones to making clothespin reindeer!
(Right) Kids were in their Christmas finery for the party, which included a visit with Santa!
The tables were packed with kids doing Christmas crafts.
Sophia Malina and Oliver Stewart performed in “The Swan,” an interpretation of Swan Lake.
An ensemble of dancers performed in “The Swan.”
The dancers of “The Swan,” a shortened performance of Swan Lake.
Dancers were presented with flowers following their performance.
Denise Herdmann did a Christmas sing-a-long.
(Above) Santa arrived via the Midway fire department truck!
(Left) Kids got to say hi to Santa, tell him their Christmas wishes, and pose for a picture.
Sophia Malina, Oliver Stewart and Ariana McCaughran perform in “The Swan.”

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