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On Monday, the daytime temperatures rose to about 60 degrees and Cheshire residents could be seen walking around in light sweaters and even a few tee-shirts. Now, winter has finally arrived. Temperatures this weekend are suppose to remain in the 40s and, at night, go down into the 20s. So much for the warmer-than-normal temperatures.
However, a chill in the air isn't usually enough to force people to stay home, and considering the time of year, it might even add to the festive feel of the season. If you're looking for something to do this weekend, you might want to check out these events:
*Saturday, Dec. 10
Cheshire Community Chorus Holiday Concert
Dodd Middle School
100 Park Place
Music is a staple this time of year, and no one does the holidays better than Cheshire Community Chorus. Come out and here some of your favorite classic tunes and get yourself in the mood for the season.
*Saturday, Dec. 10, Sunday, Dec. 11
Holiday Photos For Animals
The Cheshire Cat & Dog, Too
1320 Waterbury Road
10 a.m to 4 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday
Have a favorite little holiday outfit for your favorite furry friend? Want to get a couple of shots taken for posterity? Go to Cheshire Cat & Dog, Too this weekend and get your photo taken with your pet. Photos will be done by GreenGirlz.
*Sunday, Dec. 11
Road To Bethlehem Live Drive Thru
The Cheshire United Methodist Church
205 Academy Road
5 to 8 p.m.
In what has become an annual tradition, Cheshire United Methodist Church will once again be sponsoring its "Road To Bethlehem" live drive thru event. The story of the birth of Jesus, as recounted in the Bible, will be told by live actors performing different scenes from the tale. Those attending the event can drive through with their vehicles.