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The annual Harvest Thanksgiving Dinner will be held at St Paul's Church in Charlottetown on Thursday, Nov. 15, 4:30-6 p.m.
American Islanders will recognize that this is a week before their traditionally important day.
Roast turkey is the central feature, of course, with the full range of fixings such as home-made stuffing, autumn vegetables, cranberry, pickles, biscuits, spice-cake dessert and beverage.
It is all served up in the fall colour-filled St. Paul’s parish hall, at the corner of Prince and Richmond streets. People love the fellowship-spirit of the traditional church supper. Take-out is also available.
The price is $15 with money raised for food hampers and simple gifts of St. Paul’s Christmastime outreach support for disadvantaged households.
To buy tickets or place a take-out order, contact the St. Paul’s office, 902-892-1691 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The number of tickets is strictly limited, and the tradition of ample servings and festive atmosphere means that they sell-out quickly. It is not usually possible to buy at the door.