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Mempremagog Community School
The Mempremagog Community School is holding registration for their fall session on Wed. Sept 25 at 6pm at Princess Elizabeth Elementary School in Magog. Classes start Oct. 2. A wide range of classes for adults. Check out the website at magogclc.ca for more information. Enjoy coffee or tea with cookies after each class. Make new friends and explore some interests.
Everything Starts With A Dream Fundraiser
The event happens on Saturday, September 28th, at Princess Elizabeth Elementary School in Magog. There will be a BBQ, live music, games for children, prizes and a dance in the evening as well as much more. The event is being held in memory of Pervana Mladenof. Pervana was the coordinator of the community learning centre in Magog for many years. She passed away in June. Pervana s dream was to raise enough money to build an out door classroom, a gazebo, which would be used by students, teachers, and members of the community. The event is from 2pm to 9pm. Tickets are $20. for adults, $15. for students, and $5. for children under 12 years old. Each ticket is for the event, BBQ, and a chance to win a prize. For tickets, go to the website magogclc.ca
Supper At The Hut
A pre-Thanksgiving supper will be held at "The Hut", unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Saturday, October 5th at
5:30 PM. This will be a turkey supper with all the trimmings .
To reserve, please call Doreen Morisette at 819-821-2967
no later than October 2nd.

Presentation At Bowen Site Hospital
Discussion with the new Director General of the CIUSSE de L Estrie CHUS Stephane Tremblay. What changes could we expect for the CHUS Emergency rooms Mental Health Services Challenges at CHUS Fleurimont. On September 25th at 7pm at Hotel Dieu de Sherbrooke located at 380 Bowen St. S Door 60 Room 3500. Information 819 829 3288 Free Parking for the event. The discussion with Dr. Tremblay will be preceded by a short Annual General Assembly of the CHUS Users Committee.
St Francis Valley Naturalist Club Presentation
Invasive alien species of Plants in the eastern townships:

regional actions to prevent and fight invaders

by Geneviève Pomerleau, Biologiste, M. Env., B.Sc biologist, Conseil régional de l environnement de l Estrie, Adjointe à la biodiversité et aux changements climatiques



7 pm Wednesday, September 25, 2019




Centre Communautaire Amédée Beaudoin,

10 rue Samuel Gratham, (Lennoxville), Sherbrooke, QC.



Invasive alien species have many impacts on the environment, the economy and health. Eastern Townships are no exception. This presentation aims to introduce you to some terrestrial species, their main invasive strategies, the main current methods of control and some inspiring regional initiatives.Everyone welcome to attend.

Benefit Spaghetti Dinner And 50 s Dance
The Sherbrooke Mass Choir will be hosting a spaghetti dinner and 50 s dance at The Hut on Saturday October 19th. Doors open at 5pm and super will be served at 5h45pm. Tickets are $25 each. There will be a dj, games and door prizes. Come dressed in your favourite 50 s wear for a chance to win even more prizes. For Tickets please call Sylvie at 819-446-1138 All profits will go toward helping the choir purchase instruments and Robes for their future concerts.

Community Aid Event
Do you provide support to an aging spouse, parent, family member, friend, or neighbour? Do you ever feel overwhelmed by your caregiving responsibilities, or do you feel unprepared for what lies ahead? Lennoxville and District Community Aid is inviting you to a discussion of some of the basics of caregiving, to provide you with tools to help you along your caregiving journey, and to help you face challenges that lie ahead. Join us on September 24 from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m., or on September 25 from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. at the Community Aid office, 164 rue Queen, suite 104, Borough of Lennoxville. Free admission, refreshments provided. To register: 819-821-4779.

Wales Home Candlelight Fundraiser
Once again this year, we will be holding our Candlelight Evening of Memories to benefit the Wales Home Foundation. Our goal for this year is to sell 1200 candles. The event will take place on the evening of November 15th in the Wales Home s main living room. This year the funds raised will be used to provide complementary therapies such as additional music therapy and zootherapy to our residents. The cost per candle is $10 and for every 5 candles purchased, the buyer receives one free. To purchase candles, I can be contacted at 819-826-3266 or by e-mail at rtaylor@waleshome.ca.

Event At Eaton Corner Museum
On Saturday September 21st, at 3 p.m. in the Eaton Corner Museum s Foss House in the town of Eaton Corner, storyteller Ann Rothfels will tell three personal stories born of the Townships, along with musical accompaniment by France Thibault and Laurent St. Hubert. Rothfels, who grew up in the city of Toronto and who arrived in the Townships in the 1970 s, weaves her three stories (each with a special twist) always with an eye on where she came from and always with a sense of celebration the she found "home" here in the Townships. Refreshments will be served and all donations go to the support of the Eaton Corner Museum. To reserve a place please phone Elaine at 819-563-8700. For more information please contact Ann Rothfels at 819-875-5428.

Flea Market & Bake Sale At Hut
A flea market and bake sale will be held at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Saturday, September 21st
from 9:00 to 2:00. To reserve a table please contact Wanda
Evans at 819-565-7099, no later than Wednesday, September 17th.
Music Awards At Hut
The 18th annual music awards at the Hut will be held on September 28th from 3pm to 9pm. Recipients this year are Willie Fisk and Bubba Lacroix. The entry fee is $10. and the kitchen will be open. For information call 819 563 9550.
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