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Community Community Gatherings like fundraisers, dances, fesivals
Sandra will speak about her research and writing process and will read from her novel, The Game of Hope.
Door Prizes, Books for Sale, Display of a few pieces of Sandra's art.
Dinner and a Movie
Sun. Oct. 27 - Spaghetti, salad, garlic bread, dessert - $5 suggested donation
Movie - Poms
Sat. Nov. 16 - Christmas Craft Show & Sale
Killaloe Lions Hall
Jennifer Coxworthy - email@example.com or call 416-570-8671
Starting Wednesday Jan 9
at Lions' DART NIGHT
Killaloe Lions Hall
This fine wild wordsmith, beauty wrangler, grey-haired adorned by time lover of life, caller to mystery, will be reading her own work, honed over her years of craft.
Music, raffles, vendors, photos and much more
Many gift ideas - door prizes - Cafe
All proceeds directly benefit the students in our school.
Tables - $15
This event replaces the Christmas Bazaar this year
Open House Party!
DJ Kitty Lonestar
BBQ & Snacks
“The Station Agent,”
at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 22nd at the old Train Station at 19503 Opeongo Line in Barry’s Bay.
Station Keepers Culture & Heritage Film Club. plans to present free showings of relevant feature and documentary films.
The Station Agent stars Peter Dinklage (The Game of Thrones) - a comedy about a loner with a passion for trains who inherits an abandoned train station in the middle of nowhere. Winner of several Sundance Film Festival awards:
- War of the Worlds: The Battle of Brudenell- details TBD
- Ray Chapeskie & Friends - Sunday, Nov. 3 - 7 pm
- The Sinking of the Mayflower - Tues. Nov. 12 - 7 pm
Make Sure Customers Find YOUR Business Online!
Speaker - Bernard Charlebois
1 FREE ticket for a Township of Madawaska Valley Business
All Businesses Welcome - Tickets $15 each
Hot Breakfast catered by the Ash Grove Inn
RSVP REQUIRED before Oct. 17
David Shulist will read from his recently published book Discovering Kashubia Europe: the fatherland of my Kashubian ancestors.
Book Launch with Katie Baklinski Saturday, October 26, - 10:00 am
Launch of My Little Book of Patrons, a new picture book about patron saints who show up to help in everyday situations.
Cookies, colouring pages, and a small read aloud.
Researchers from Carleton University and the Free Range exchange program want to hear from people living in our communities about the challenges we face in regards to our health and well-being. With this Workshop, they're giving us the opportunity to be heard and to contribute to the research.
The goal is to "provide a space to discuss some of the major challenges in the region with respect to health and well-being". At the Workshop, there will be researchers not only from Canada, but also from Austria, Australia and Sweden, talking about similar experiences in the rural communities in their countries.
Coffee and lunch will be provided.
Participants will be asked for their stories and feedback in break-out "round table" sessions. From those discussions, main issues will be identified for health and well-being in our region and we'll work together in identifying paths forward.
At the end of the event, a summary and report will be developed. This will be made available to everyone who attended. It will also be circulated to relevant agencies or organizations.
If you're interested in participating, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 21st.
Please come and have your say!
Kids Halloween Party
Doughnut decorating, pumpkin carving & Movie
Andrea's doughnuts available for sale
Children mus be accompanied by an adult
Take a stroll along the Haunted Trail
Dare to be scared Trail
- Little Spooks Trail
Prizes for Costumes
Games, goodies & Monster Mash Dance inside
Rain or Shine
Costume judging, pumpkin carving contest, kids games,
snacks and food
Donations of snack foods would be appreciated
Family Fun Halloween Party
Wear your costumes!
Costume contest, music, games
Proceeds to Summer Day Camp
Potluck snacks, games and spooky fun
Proceeds to the Killaloe Craft Fair
Stop at the Railway Station before heading out with your spooks
Creepy touch and feel table
Free Hot Dog/Drink & Trick or Treat Bags (while supplies last)
Enter your name for a free draw!
2019 Mission: Al Capone's Hideout
Get out before he returns
Enjoy puzzles, logic, mystery and treasure hunts?
Recommended group size is 4 to 6
Suggested age of 12 or older. Under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Although we will be closing down our online booking tool from now until we launch the 2020 Escape Room, because of the success of the room this summer, we will be accepting arranged bookings for the 2019 Al Capone's Hideout escape room until March 2020.
To arrange an appointment, please email email@example.com or contact us through our Facebook page. Please give us as much notice as possible so we have time to arrange volunteer game masters.
Online booking and more information at eganvillecurling.ca./escaperoom.
Too Many Veggies from your Garden?
Share your harvest with the MV Food Bank
Harvest can be dropped off at 188 Paugh Lake Rd on the Mondays prior to the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of any month.
Come in, have lunch and enjoy our Vendors Market
Wreaths, Dream Catchers, cards, knitting, herb and spice blends, Tupperware, Christmas ornaments, flowers, frozen foods, pickles, garden ornaments, Scentsy, wooden stars, paintings, baking, home decorations, jewelry, hot pepper jelly, One of a Kind Crafts and Many Unique Items.
Lunch available: chili, homemade buns, coffee & Tea - $5
Open to all Veterans.
This is followed by the General Meeting at 7 pm.
Students will serve homemade soup lunch and desserts.
Contact Holly Hayes - 613-334-5923
Come out and get a start on your Christmas Shopping!
Snacks & amazing prizes
Maximum 6 people per team.
Doors open 6:30 pm
Can't make a full team - no problem. Let us know and we'll match you with other players.
Refreshments will be available
Morning - muffins
Lunch - soup and Sandwiches
To reserve space call the township office before Nov. 1
Tables $10 each or 3 for $25
Calling all Ladies...the annual Bonnechere Babes Ladies Night Out is back.
Christmas Shopping Event
Bring your BFF and attend on Friday November 15 from 5 pm to 10:30 pm at the Eganville Legion.
Donations of food for the food bank gratefully accepted.
Christmas is Coming!
Local food & craft vendors from the Ottawa Valley offering Maple Syrup, Honey, Homemade prepared meals, frozen meats: beef, pork, lamb, chicken, duck, goat.
Many organic products, baked treats, woodworking artists, soap & body products, herb and spice blends, kombucha and more!
Hot lunch on the spot or take home available.
Price of a table is still $20!
Upcoming sales - February 1st March 21st.
NOW ACCEPTING EXHIBITOR APPLICATIONS**Book your space before Oct 16 and SAVE $15. OFF Exhibitor's Fee**
Book a table
Contact Marilyn Musclow at 613-758-2421
Refreshments and light lunch available
Soup, sandwich & dessert - $5
Prepare to be amazed at the talent of your
neighbours and friends!
Soup & sandwich - $5
Vendor tables - $10
Contact Brendia - 613-637-2029
DETAILS TO FOLLOW
Cocktails at 5:30.
Dinner at 6:30 pm
Advance tickets only - at township office
For tickets or more info 613-756-2747
Round 2 of Catch the Ace
Draws at 4:30 Thursdays
at the Ash Grove Inn.
Round Lake Centre Food Market
AJ’s Convenience, Killaloe Hardware
Wilno Building Supply
Charlie D’s, Barry’s Bay Esso, Barry’s Bay Shell, Lorraine’s Pharmasave, St Francis Valley Healthcare Foundation, Valley Manor (Tuesday 11-2)
CO Country Market
Algonquin Bound Outfitters
Golden Lake / Pikwakanagan
Kokomish Café, The Cottage Cup
Zumba and Boot Camp
Wed ~ 4:30 - 6:30 pm
Activities Plus provides:
• Personal computer training
• Online training & webinars
• Wi-Fi connections
Call for more information
The Eganville & District Seniors is looking for lightly used or new re-gifted items, crafts and baked good donations for the Sale Sat. Nov. 2. Please drop off items by Nov.1, 6 pm.
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