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CFUW Meeting & Presentation


The next meeting of the Canadian Federation of University Women Sherbrooke & District (CFUW) will be held on October 12 at the Amédée-Beaudoin Community Centre, 10 Samuel-Gratham St. in Lennoxville. The general meeting will be held at 7 PM followed at 8 PM by a presentation entitled: Women and Finance.

The topics are 1. The economy today and its impact on our investments, 2. Concepts in Financial Planning, and 3. The advantages of Charitable Donations.

During this session there will be an opportunity to register for more free workshops and obtain a Personal Records Organizer to help you get your financial house in order. Q & A session will follow.

The public is invited to attend this free presentation. Reservations are not necessary. The Centre is wheelchair accessible.
October Activities At The Hut

There will be 500 cards played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, October 5th
at 1:30 p.m.. Everyone welcome.

Mililtary Whist will be played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, October 12th
at 1:30 p.m.. To reserve a place for yourself or a table for 4,
please contact Judy Williams at 837-2973.

There will be 500 cards played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, October 19th
at 1:30 p.m.. Everyone welcome.

Mililtary Whist will be played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, October 26th
at 1:30 p.m.. To reserve a place for yourself or a table for 4,
please contact Cheryl Bradley at 819-569-2067.

Ladies Auxiliary meeting at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, October 12th
at 7:00 pm. Meetings now held downstairs.

Flea market and bake sale to be held on October 29th
at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318, 300 St. Francis Street,
Lennoxville, from 9:00 to 2:00. The canteen will be open. To
reserve a table call Wanda Evans 565-7099.
Open House At Beaulne Museum

Coaticook, the 19th of September 2016. Throughout “Cultural Days” the local and regional community are invited to the « Open House » organised by the Beaulne Museum on the 2nd of October from 1 to 4:30pm.

This day of celebration of culture will allow the public to visit all the exhibitions in progress and maybe talk to their families and friends and encourage them to do the same. The event will be punctuated by the performance of two groups: first, the Circle of Poets of Montérégie (CPM) whose members will have a projection of images and recite poems. On the other hand, the group of artists from Coatic Art accompanied by the Connecticut River Artists Group (CRAG) will be outside with activities where they will give demonstrations and answer questions from visitors.

Cultural Days were established in 1997 to promote and strengthen the culture of democratization efforts in Quebec. They are the result of a combination with the cultural environment, public and private, and with the Ministry of Culture and Communications of Quebec, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Regions, TD Canada Trust, Hydro-Québec and many media companies collaborating to deploy the campaign across Quebec.


Everyone is invited to attend.


Fundraiser For Lennoxville Scouts
Jordan McIntosh concert at Centennial Theatre on Oct. 28th organized by Firehouse Productions. Show starts at 8 pm. Some pf the profits will be used to send scouts and leaders from Lennoxville scouts to a jamboree in Halifax, Nova Scotia in July 2017. Contact Centennial Theatre for tickets at 819-822-9692.
Pet Connection Fundraiser
A country rock band concert and dance will be held at The Hut ANAF located at 300 St. Francis Street in Lennoxville. Tickets are on sale at Blue Seal Animal Nutrition Centre in Lennoxville. Proceeds to go to The Pet Connection.
Garage Sale At Plymouth Trinity In Cookshire
Gigantic Garage Sale -
Saturday, Oct. 1st - 8AM to 4PM

Trinity United Church, 190 Principale, Ouest, Cookshire, QC.

Household items, small furniture & lighting, dishes, jewellery,

books, movies & music recordings, toys, linens, and much more.

Canteen on premises.



Next week would you then advertise the following:



Gigantic Garage Sale (continued from last week) - Saturday, Oct. 1st - 8AM to 4PM

Household items, small furniture & lighting, dishes, jewellery,

books, movies & music recordings, toys, linens, and much more.

Canteen on premises.



Bag Sale - Sunday, Oct. 2nd 11:00 AM to 2:00PM - Fill a bag with items of your choice - $5

Trinity United Church, 190 Principale, Ouest, Cookshire, QC.

Colby Curtis Fall & Winter Hours


Fall & Winter hours:



Colby-Curtis Museum hours: Monday to Saturday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.



Archives hours: Tuesday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and to 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.



The Colby-Curtis Museum will be closed for 3 months this winter starting December 17 2016 to April 3, 2017



The Tea Room is closed until June 2017

Lecture At Colby Curtis Museum
Lecture/luncheon
at Colby-Curtis Museum
535, Dufferin Rd.
Stanstead, QC.
Saturday September 24th, 2016 at 10:30 a.m.


Lecturer: Richard Morris (in English):
Title: “Backyard Birding in Stanstead and the surrounding area”


Richard Morris will present a talk and slide show on the local bird population as recorded in the annual Audubon bird count in Stanstead, Odgen and Georgeville. It will be illustrated by photographic sightings. He will discuss what birds can be expected to be sighted in the area from one season to another; and how some locations differ from others.


Richard is a long time bird watching enthusiast who has lived in the area for a number of years. He has a particularly fine eye for sighting, photographing and describing birds. He records sightings of birds wherever his world travels take him. Currently Richard is president of the Georgeville Nature Ski group, which organizes walks in the Spring and Fall and actively participates in the annual Christmas Audubon Bird count.


The cost: $15 for members and $20 for non-members

A light lunch will be served following the lecture.


Please make your reservation before September 21st at (819-876-7322)
Supper At The Hut
A pre-Thanksgiving supper will be held on October 1st at 6:00 p.m.
at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318, 300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville.
Reservations required by September 29th. To reserve, please contact
Doreen Morissette at 819-821-2967.
Free Mother Goose Program
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The Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® is a FREE group experience for parents and their babies and young children. The program introduces adults and children to the pleasure and power of using rhymes, songs, and stories together. The free, 10 week session begins on Friday, September 23, 9:30am at RRHS (375 rue Armstrong). Refreshments are included in each session. A babysitter is available for families with 4 and 5 year olds upon request and assistance with transportation is available. To register for this FREE program please email: richmondclc@etsb.qc.ca or call 819-826-3702 ext. 24026
Art Exhibit At Eaton Corner Museum

Denis Palmer is a well-known local artist who was commissioned by the Eaton Corner Museum to illustrate the exhibit A Tale of the Townships. The exhibit gives visitors to the Museum a fascinating tour of the history of the early settlement of the Eastern Townships and the subsequent development of villages like Eaton Corner. Denis s illustrations (in ink and watercolour) were brought together digitally to create beautiful translucent screens which are installed in the exhibit at the Museum’s church building. His original paintings will be on display and for sale during the month of September in the Museum s recently refurbished Foss House.On October 15 and 16 the public is invited to attend a “closing reception” where they can view the artwork and meet the artist.

Activities At The Hut
increase in fees this year.

There will be 500 cards played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, September21st
at 1:30 p.m.. Everyone welcome.

Mililtary Whist will be played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, September 28th
at 1:30 p.m.. To reserve a place for yourself or a table for 4,
please contact Cheryl Bradley at 819-569-2067.



Caregivers Presentation
Mental Health Estrie in partnership with Bishop’s University, Université de Sherbrooke and Townshippers’ Association, invites the community to join them for a Mental Health Information Session Friday, October 21st, at 7 p.m. at the Amédée Beaudoin Community Centre in Lennoxville located at 10 Samuel-Gratham Street. Registered Social Worker and Certified Compassion Fatigue Specialist, Amanda Rocheleau, will discuss “Who Cares for Caregivers.” Designed for professional helpers as well as all natural caregivers, you will learn the signs of burnout, gain a better understanding of your professional and personal needs, and discover practical strategies for self-care and prevention of burnout. Admission is free, and all are welcome. For more information, call 819-565-3777.

Meals On Wheels Program Accepting Fresh Produce
You had a successful season for your garden? You are now left with too many fruits and vegetables and are afraid it will go to waste? At Lennoxville and District Community Aid; we are accepting food donation for the meals-on-wheels program. Just give us a call at 819-821-4779. The meals on wheels program is in Lennoxville, North Hatley,and Waterville.
Roast Beef Supper At IOOF Unity 8
Three Link Fraternity IOOF #8 will hold their roast beef supper, all you can eat with all the fixings on Sunday, Sept 25 from 4:30 pm to 6 pm at the Odd Fellows Hall located at 4150 Route 147 in Waterville (Huntingville). Money raised goes to purchase Christmas presents for patients on the 8th floor of the CHUS Bowen Site.
Benefit Dance For Memphremagog Community Learning Center
Dance for the Benefit of
Memphremagog Community Learning Center
Saturday October 1st 7:00pm-11:00pm
Princess Elizabeth Elementary School
120 Bellevue
Magog

Live traditional Country Music / 50s-60s Retro Classics
Featuring, "The Country Stranger" Ray Seguin
check out Ray on Youtube "countrystranger"

We will have a Silent Auction, door prizes
Snacks and beverages for sale.
Cost: $12.00 per person 18 yrs and over

For tickets call
Christine at 819-847:2769
or
Patsy at 819-843-7687
Card Parties At Eustis Hall





500 card party to be held at the Eustis Hall on Friday, Sept. 23rd at 1:30. Lunch to be served and everyone is welcome.



500 card party to be held on Friday Oct. 14th at the Eustis Hall at 1:30. Lunch to be served and everyone is welcome.


500 card party to be held on Friday, Oct. 28th at the Eustis Hall at 1:30. Lunch to be served and everyone is welcome.
Activities For Children At Lennoxville Library
Saturday morning children s activities are back at the Lennoxville Library!!! Stories, crafts, and games. It is every Saturday morning from 10:30 am to noon. The library is located on the corner of Queen and College Streets in Lennoxville.
Lennoxville & Ascot Historical Museum Exhibit
How did Lennoxville get its name? Why is this street named after that person? Where are the bridges in Lennoxville? Find the answers to these questions and more at the Names and Places exhibition presented by the Lennoxville-Ascot Historical and Museum Society until May 22, 2016. The exhibit is located on the second floor of Uplands, 9 Speid Street, Sherbrooke (Borough of Lennoxville).
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