On Thursday evening, April 15th, our speaker is Hakim Belhadjhamida on the topic “Islam the religion of peace”. He was recommended by a member of our Club who heard him speak last year and thought the topic would be of interest to members providing much needed insight about Islam. It will begin about 7:45/50 after our business meeting, which is expected to take more time month. We encourage you to invite friends and neighbours who want to learn about Islam.
A number of interesting opportunities have recently been posted on the Local Interests and Issues page. Be sure to check them out.
Friday, Barb Durnford and Jane Anderson visited 11 wineries in the County. They received wine donations from Casa Dea, Norman Hardie, Chadsey’s Cairns and Hinterland and a VIP Tour for 10 people from the Grange. They left material with 6 others and have already received a reply from Huff’s indicating they will donate.
Thanks Barb and Jane for your continued effort!
Tickets are now available on the Online Payments page. There are two tickets listed. One is for the chicken dinner; the other is for the halibut dinner. Be sure to select the correct one for your preference.
March Break started on a high note for children, parents and grandparents who attended the Family Concert on Saturday, March 10th. They were treated to a delightful presentation highlighting the music of Mozart played on the piano, violin and clarinet.
Many thanks to Elizabeth Ewashkiw and Pat McLaughlin for the many hours put in to ensure the successful day.
There’s still time to get your tickets for the Family Concert.
Come to the Belleville Public Library’s John M. Parrott Gallery on Saturday, March 10th to see the live musical presentation of “Mozart’s Flights of Fancy”.
Performances take place at 11:00 AM for 3-5 year-olds and at 1:30 PM for 6-12 year-olds, on Saturday March 10.
Tickets are $5.00 each, with children under 2 free
Mozart poster – 2018 Open to see full poster
The Friday Night Brights team consisting of Carolyn, Jess, Sandi, Jane and family members tied for second place in the Kiwanis Trivia Night last Friday.
The team has donated the $75 prize to the Scholarship Fund.