Événement communautaire - Magog - Exposition d'artisanat

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 01/21/2019 - 13:41
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Une exposition d'artisanat et arts visuels se tiendra à Magog en mars.  Si vous êtes artiste ou artisan et désirez exposer vos oeuvres, n'hésitez pas à nous joindre via le courriel retraitemagog@gmail.com.  Les frais de location de table sont de 40$. La date limite d'inscription est le 15 février.
95 Merry N,
95 Merry N,
J1X 2E7

Public Notices/Announcements - Milton/Halton Hills - Choral Music Concert

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 01/21/2019 - 11:37
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Titled "Play It Again Sam", reminiscing to the famous line by Humphrey Bogart in the 1942 film Casablanca, the concert features well-known songs from films like The Wizard of Oz,Shrek,Mary Poppins,Les Misérables,West Side Story. and The Sound of Music. 

Public Notices/Announcements - Burlington/Oakville - Halton Pathways Information Evening

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 01/21/2019 - 09:55
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Tomorrow, (Tues., Jan. 22), a Halton Pathways Info Evening being held at MM Robinson High School (2425 Upper Middle Rd, Burlington). It starts at 6 pm. Grade 7-12 students, families can explore program opportunities offered at Halton high schools. Registration is not required. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2QFFbNr) bit.ly/2QFFbNr.

Public Notices/Announcements - Windsor/Leamington - EWI Provides Scholarship to Local ASIST

Submitted by rscussolin on Mon, 01/21/2019 - 09:28
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The Detroit-Windsor Chapter of Executive Women International (EWI), announced its 2019 scholarship program, ASIST (Adult Students in Scholastic Transition). The program provides financial support and guidance to adult residents in the tri-county area who are in a variety of transitional situations.  Scholarships range from $2,000 -$5,000.  Online applications are available at ewidetroitwindsor.org and will be accepted through March 22, 2019.         Selection criteria include financial need, socially, physically, and economically disadvantaged adults, displaced homemakers and heads of household with small children.        EWI hopes this award will enable each recipient to achieve self-esteem and positively impact an individual's personal life, employment, family and community.

Public Notices/Announcements - Windsor/Leamington - Town of Essex Seeking Youth Council Members

Submitted by rscussolin on Mon, 01/21/2019 - 09:22
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The Town of Essex is putting the call out to local students interested in serving as Youth Council Members. The new term of Council will appoint two Youth Council Members to serve terms of up to two years. One Youth Council Member will be appointed to represent Wards 1 and 2 (Colchester North/Essex Centre) and Wards 3 and 4 (Colchester South/Harrow, McGregor, Colchester). Youth Council Members attend, participate and report in regular meetings of Town Council for the purpose of bringing a youth perspective to the Council table. “Serving as a Youth Council Member is a great opportunity for students to get involved and develop their knowledge of local government,” said Robert Auger, Town Clerk and Manager of Legislative Services. “While they do not vote on Council motions, they are free to advocate for their community and bring relevant issues to the table for debate.” To be eligible for this volunteer role, the youth must be a resident of the Town of Essex and under the age of eighteen years old. They must also be currently enrolled as a full-time student in school. Hours dedicated to Youth Council work may also go towards high school diploma volunteer requirements. Students interested in being appointed as a Youth Member of Essex Town Council are encouraged to submit their names in writing, along with a brief outline of their experience and why they are interested in serving as a Youth Member to the Town Clerk no later than Friday, February 8. Students can also submit their name and expression of interest online at www.essex.ca/YouthCouncilApp

Public Notices/Announcements - Windsor/Leamington - Another WORLD Premiere for WSO

Submitted by rscussolin on Mon, 01/21/2019 - 09:11
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Upcoming performance of Scylla by Jordan Pal marks WSO’s 5th premiere in three years; speaks volume of commitment to great music making. For 71 years the Windsor Symphony Orchestra has been dedicated to the performance of music in its highest quality - from Bach, to Beethoven, and beyond.  This dedication includes featuring new works by talented composers and performances by the best soloists in the orchestral field.  Continuing its commitment to excellence, the Windsor Symphony Orchestra features another World Premiere, the fifth in three years, in its next concert on January 26th, 2019. The world premiere of Toronto-based composer Jordan Pal’s work Scylla: Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra features Gordon Wolfe (Toronto Symphony Orchestra Principal Trombonist) illustrates the WSO’s continuous relationship with great music and musicians.  This is the third work by Pal that the WSO has performed and the 2nd work the WSO premiered (Fallen by Pal was premiered in the 2017/2018 season). French Connections Saturday, January 26th, 8pm Pre-Concert Talk with Robert Franz, 7:00PM Capitol Theatre Tickets can be purchased online at www.windsorsymphony.com, in person at the box office (121 University Ave. W), or on the phone by calling (519) 973 – 1238 ext. 2.

Community Event - Muskoka - Flying Fathers Triple H Charity Hockey Challenge

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sun, 01/20/2019 - 15:09
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This charity event features the Flying Fathers who are a group of fun-loving priests who accept challenges from local teams to raise money for local charities. They were recently featured in the Globe and Mail¹ and were aptly compared to the Harlem Globetrotters. The charities supported are Hospice West Parry Sound, Hope Pregnancy Support Centre and Habitat for Humanity. The game is fun for both hockey lovers and the general public. Wild game and pizza are available during the game and there is a reception after with The Mark Macfie band. It will be a fun event for the whole family.
Bobby Orr Community Centre
7-17 Mary St
P2A 1C8
Parry Sound