It’s a big week at St. Dominic Catholic Secondary School in Bracebridge. Teacher Marty Scarlett tells the Moose that tomorrow the public is invited to a Santa’s workshop at the school between 4 and 6pm to get a free toy, a candy cane and a visit with Santa. Throughout the day children from area feeder schools will be dropping by to enjoy the same. Scarlett says 350 student at St. Dom’s have been busy building the toys and that tomorrow’s event will be the school’s 4th annual. The only request they make is that you bring a non-perishable food item along with you which will go towards the Bracebridge Manna Foodbank.  On Wednesday, the school also hopes to drop off 1,000 toys at the Bracebridge Salvation Army to be included in the hamper baskets that are going out. On Thursday, the school will be presenting the Interval House women’s shelter with a $500 cheque raised through proceeds from the sale of toys made by students out of horseshoes. It’s an initiative by the welding classes at the school called ‘Welding for Women.’