On Tuesday, December 1st the St. Petersburg (Russia) Men’s Ensemble will perform a cappella at the Sullivan Congregational Church at 7pm. They will present excerpts from Sergei Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil and a selection of Russian Folk Songs. The four male singers hope the program will allow you to become more familiar with Russian Spiritual music, as well as get acquainted with the unforgettable diversity of Russian folk songs in a variety of genres and periods. The performance is free and open to all. A free-will offering will be taken to offset their costs.
Santa is visiting Sullivan on Saturday, December 5*, 2015 from 1 to 3 pm in the Sullivan Town Hall, Centre Street. Visit with Sullivan’s own Santa Claus, here on a special trip just to see you! You can have your picture taken with Santa - free. Do your holiday shopping – gifts only 25¢ each! There will be lots of gift items for you to choose from for family and friends. Select gifts and have the elves wrap them, or wrap your own at the gift wrap table. Come and join the holiday fun!! Sponsored by the Friends of the Sullivan Library.
Saturday, Dec 12 at 6:00 PM, in the Town Hall Parking lot. The Sullivan Congregational Church and the Friends of the Sullivan Public Library will be sponsoring our first Sullivan Christmas Carol Sing! The parking lot will be surrounded by luminaries. Our sing will be directed by Matt Burke and song sheets will be provided. Please bring a flashlight and bundle up! After the sing, refreshments will be provided in the fellowship hall of the church. A fun evening is planned. Please join us.
The Sullivan Recreation Committee will be hosting their annual Christmas Dinner on December 19th at the town hall. The dinner will be from 6 pm - 7 pm, followed by a visit from Santa from 7 pm - 8 pm.
The Sullivan Sew and Sews will resume their weekly get-togethers on Monday, Sept. 29th from 6:30 pm to 8 pm in the basement of the Sullivan Congregational Church. Entrance is at ground level at the rear of the building. It’s a great chance to learn to quilt, work on whatever project you may have (knitting, crocheting, clothing repair, etc.) and meet new people. There are always extra sewing machines and people there who can help, if need be. Questions? Speak to Mary Hull at the town hall or call her at home at 847-9718.