Fowler upcoming events.
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Fowler PD annual coat and toy drive is now happening. Bring a new, unwrapped toy for a child in need. New or gently used coats are also being accepted. Bring your donations to Fowler Town Hall by noon on Thursday, Dec. 24. Don’t forget to donate canned or nonperishable items for the Ministerial Alliance food bank by Friday, Dec. 18. Items can be dropped off at Fowler Town Hall, 317 S. Main St., Fowler.
Small Business Saturday is Nov. 28 and all are encouraged to shop small. Holiday Shopping Spectacular at the Fowler Junior High Gym on Saturday, Nov. 28, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Some independent distributors lined up include: Perfectly Posh, Silpada Jewelry, Advocare, Jamberry, YoungLiving, 31, Pampered Chef, Younique, RealLLc, Scentsy, Blue Cedar Boutique and several more.
Fowler Library After School Program from approximately 3:45-5 p.m. The theme will be Christmas, and Rachel Johnson and Kris Gonzalez will discuss how people around the world celebrate this holiday and what customs they do to prepare.
Santa is coming to Fowler and handing out stocking to the kids. He will be at Flowers by Jeanne at 10 a.m. Everyone is encouraged to attend. The Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the annual event.
The Christmas Tea is back at Fowler West Assembly of God on Saturday, Dec. 5, at 11 a.m. Cost is $10 per person and reservations are required by Saturday, Nov. 28. Call (719) 263-4372 to reserve a spot.
The White Rock Community annual Christmas party on Saturday, Dec. 5, starting at 5:30 p.m. There will be a potluck dinner. Bring a gift for each child attending valued at $5-$10 with their name on it from Santa. The White Rock Committee will provide stockings for the kids, so please let Jeanette or Laura know how many kids are attending. Adults need to bring a gift, valued at $15-$20 to join in a White Rock gift exchange. Bring your instruments so we can have some music after the exchange. If you have any questions, call Jeanette at (719) 468-9126.
The Fowler Progress Club's annual cookie plates for the homebound will be at The Bunkhouse at 9 a.m. to assemble the plates of cookies. They will also be collecting for the food pantry and there will be a memory tree at The Bunkhouse for anyone who would like to honor a loved one.