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Fundraiser For Plymouth Trinity UCW


The Fixer-Upper at The Piggery Theatre on Friday, July 28th at 8 p.m. Written by Lorne Elliott, come see this comedy in 7 phone calls about summer in the Maritimes, cottage renovations and family manipulation. Tickets are $20 and available by contacting Janet McBurney at 819-565-9716 after 6 p.m. Proceeds to benefit Plymouth-Trinity’s UCW.
Performances At The Piggery Theatre And House & Garden Tour Fundraiser
On Saturday July 22 we will be holding our annual fundraiser the HOUSE and GARDEN TOUR. This is our biggest fundraiser and helps us keep this theatre going.

Starting at 9:30 till 4:30 we will have 6 homes and gardens and 3 additional gardens in and around North Hatley for you to visit. All very different from modern to century old and the 3 gardens show exceptional landscaping and are absolutely magnificent . Many have views of the mountains and lake.

The ticket price is $50 pp and includes a box lunch that will be available at the theatre starting at 11:30 till 1:30
Please reserve your tickets by calling 819-842-2431 or piggerymedia@gmail.com


On July 28 and 29th we feature a comedy play The Fixer Upper written by Lorne Elliott. Two evening performances starting at 8 pm and tickets are $25 pp.
This comedy in 7 phone calls is about summer in the Maritimes, cottage renovations and family manipulation.


SUNDAY JULY 30 we welcome back THE NEXT GENERATION LEAHY
This family is amazing and the children steal the show with their musical talent, dancing, singing and playing the fiddles, accordian and other instruments.
this show sells out quickly so call 819-842-2431 or piggerymedia@gmail.com
Benefit Card Party For Eustis Church

A fund raising 500 card party to be held at the Eustis Church Hall on Wednesday, August 9th and August 23rd at 1:30. Lunch served and everyone is welcome. This event is to raise funds for putting a much needed new roof on the Hall.
Community Aid

Vegetables or Fruits in your garden???
This summer you could plant an extra row for our Meals on Wheels program!
Throughout the summer if you find yourself with too many vegetables or fruits and don t know what to do with them, give us a call, we will gladly take them and make something delicious!
Lennoxville & District Community Aid loves to provide our clients with local fresh fruits and vegetables when the season permits! Call us at 819-821-4779"
Richmond County Historical Museum Exhibits


The Richmond County Historical Society is celebrating Canada s 150th birthday with pictures, mobiles, stories and a quilt about what life was like 150 years ago made by students in our local elementary schools and are enhanced with artifacts that go along with the exhibits. We invite you to come and experience what life was like through the eyes of our children, learn about our local history, and celebrate Canada. A special exhibit featuring Local Women in History in Richmond County and Vicinity is also shown. The museum is located at 1161 Rte. 243, Melbourne Township and is open from June 28 to August 6 from Wed. - Sun. (1:00 - 5:00). For further information or to reserve for groups, contact 819-826-1332
New Art Exhibit At Uplands
July 13th to September 3rd , 2017 - Margot Graham Heyerhoff

This summer, Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre will be hosting the
inspiring works of Margot Graham Heyerhoff in its art gallery. You are
cordially invited to come meet the artist at the vernissage to be held
Thursday July 13th from 4 - 7 p.m. at 9 Speid Street in Sherbrooke (Borough
of Lennoxville). The exhibit will continue until September 3rd, 2017.
Fundraiser For Frontier Animal Society
Our annual benefit for the Frontier Animal Society will be held at The Piggery, Sat., July 29 @8PM
"The Fixer-Upper": a comedy in 7 phone calls.
Written by Lorne Elliot (Madly Off in All Directions) and starring
Karen Cromer. A story about summer in the Maritimes, cottage
renovations and family manipulations.
You must reserve and buy your tickets through Mary (819-838-1421) for
us to benefit.
Events In Dreamland Park In North Hatley
The Municipality of the Village of North Hatley (with the financial aid of the MRC Memphrémagog) is presenting free concerts at the bandstand of its Dreamland Park (corner of Capelton and Main) all summer long. Starting now and going on until Labour Day, every Saturday at 7:30 pm there will be a pop music concert and every Sunday at 1:00 pm there will be a concert band, big band or jazz concert. In case of bad weather, the events will take place in the municipal beach building on the Saturdays (2070 Lake Road) and at the community centre on the Sundays (3127 Capelton Road).

Shows Coming To The Piggery Theatre

THE NEXT GENERATION LEAHY
featuring Doug and Jennifer and their multi talented children

www.thenextgenerationleahy.com
Three generations of Leahy musicianship, Doug and Jennifer and their family are keeping those traditions alive. The joy of music is meant for all and the Next Generation Leahy are set on sharing that joy with each and every audience.
Tickets are $35 pp Tel: 819-842-2431 or piggerymedia@gmail.com
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History Exhibition
Exhibit: June 4 to December 17, 2017

1867-2017: 150 Years in Lennoxville and Ascot

History exhibition



This year Canada observes 150 years of its history since Confederation and 100 years since Vimy Ridge. Lennoxville-Ascot Historical and Museum Society (LAHMS) has chosen to celebrate with an exhibit showing ways in which those 150 years have affected life in Lennoxville and Ascot. Starting June 4, 2017 LAHMS will be hosting this exhibit entitled 1867-2017: 150 Years in Lennoxville and Ascot. The exhibition includes a display of historical objects and photographs. Please join us Sunday, June 4, 2017 from 2:00-4:00 PM for the exhibit opening, on the second floor of Uplands, 9 Speid Street, Borough of Lennoxville (Sherbrooke). Please find attached our press release and photographs.

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