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Topic: A Gardening Trivia Night
by Baxter Topham-Pitt, Temperate Gardens, Eganville
7 pm for a Social Time
No need to form your team; just show up with your plant knowledge/experiences or good sense of humour.
We will have lots of fun!! Bring your dry footwear.
"The Local" - Balmoral Glory Days
2 pm Sunday Jan. 19 at the train station
A new Opeongo Line podcast format to record Sean Conway and guests as they discuss cherished people and places that have made the Madawaska Valley what it is today. Open-ended conversation.
"The Grey Fox"
7 pm Tuesday, Jan. 21 at the train station
Canadian award-winning movie about Bill Miner a stage coach robber who became a train robber.
"Ailments & Ointments"
2 pm Sunday, Jan. 26 at the train station
The Opeongo Readers Theatre will present a unique collection of letters written by Dr. Codd who practiced in the Upper Ottwa Valley in the 1840's.
Pancakes, Scrambled eggs, Sausages, Home baked Beans, Maple Syrup, Coffee, Tea, Juice
Usually the third Sunday of each month.
Eganville & Area
"The Gardener". Bring your own water or juice, popcorn will be served. Movie runtime 88 minutes, starts right after the short business meeting at 7 pm.
For children ages 0 to 6
Story time, crafts and a healthy bedtime snack
Come in your PJ's!!
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