Swiss in Wales Christmas Events 2017

SOUTH WALES

SWANSEA

1st Advent social event for the family

Sunday 3 Dec 2017 (1st Advent) at 2pm till ca 5pm 

Ty Tawe Welsh Centre, Christina Street, Swansea        SA1 4EW

Contact Ruth

Like last year, please bring something sweet or savoury for our 1st Advent buffet table.

Soft drinks wine and beer are available to purchase from the bar in Ty Tawe.

On the day, our treasurer Rolf will ask for a small contribution per family to help us pay for the hire costs of the Centre.

Father Christmas (Samichlaus) will make an appearance and parents of children are asked to bring a small wrapped present for the Samichlaus bag.  

CARDIFF

Samichlaus Raclette chez Mosers  

Friday 8 Oct 2017 7pm - ca 9.30pm

To book contact Therese Jost-Moser or Ruth

The Moser family have over the last couple of years had an open house for the Swiss in Cardiff and nearby to celebrate Samichlaus day with a Raclette.

Request to all guests: bring their own Raclette cheese (Emmi Raclette is available at Waitrose) if you want, some sausages to grill, own drink, as well as something for the sweet table to share. The Mosers provide hospitality, the table setting (Raclette ovens)  potatoes and coffee.

NORTH WALES

BANGOR

Cheese melt and Samichlaus

Saturday 9 Dec 2017  1pm - 4pm 

Penrallt Church, Holyhead Rd, Upper Bangor LL57 2EU

Book by 29 Oct 2017 or asap contact  eiretrix [at] hotmail [dot] com">Beatrice

As usual, bring everything you eat, drink and all cheese melting equipment with you on the day, and possibly a starter/salad or dessert to share.

If anybody would like to volunteer as father xmas,that would be fab but it would mean bringing a present for your child, labelled, with you for Samichlaus to hand out.

There will also be a little swiss-themed raffle, with prizes specially imported from Switzerland, this year-to raise the funds to pay for the hall next year again!

I hope to see you all on the day but could you please let me know by the 29th October whether, and how many, will be able to make it? Thanks!

 

 
 
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