Paper snowflakes, a dog show and lunch at King Tin, last week on 365 things to do in Kitchener Waterloo

smiling dogLast week on 365 things to do in Kitchener Waterloo, we started out the week making paper snowflakes at the Kitchener Market. We learned that the first paper snowflake was made in 1345.

Well, how ‘bout that?

After celebrating Christmas Day with the family and Boxing Day with dropping by friends, we wanted to be around dogs for a while. The Elora Gorge Kennel Club put on a three-day dog show at Bingemans. There, we found big dogs, little dogs, fluffy dogs, running dogs… every dog had its day.

We followed that up, with a trip to Centre in the Square to see Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Prince with a Canadian twist.

And then, because it wouldn’t be a great week if we didn’t go out for lunch at least once, with our friend Dave we picked and pecked at the King Tin restaurant in Waterloo. It has authentic food and service. I hadn’t been to the King Tin for a long time and hasn’t changed a bit.

Around the offices of 365 things to do in Kitchener Waterloo, we were showing off our new sweaters and wool socks, basking in the warm glow of the holiday season. We experienced a happy and contented feeling, likely brought on through general sloth and turkey gravy.

And now, we are ready to go again, kicking off the new year with 365 more things to do in Kitchener Waterloo. Hang on, it’s going to be a busy year.

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