SHAWVILLE March 17, 2019
St. Patrick’s Day provided the Pontiac with no shortage of events celebrating the Irish holiday last weekend, leaving pubs and recreation centres packed to capacity, from across the region.
Tea Party in Quyon
On Saturday at 11 a.m., around 100 grown-ups with their children covered in green and gold from heel to toe, convened in the Quyon United Church Basement for the ninth annual St. Paddy’s Day Irish tea party.
Organized by the young women of the Quyon Pastoral Charge, the event provided guests with all sorts of sweet treats like brownies and rice krispy-squares, as well as tea, coffee and Irish-themed music and decorations, making St. Patrick’s Day feel as close to Ireland as it could.
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