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FRI. SEPT. 22

Erin Farmer’s Market, 3 to 7pm, McMillan Park. Local food, music, community. See online for details.

Fergus contra dance with live music. No partner or experience required. Dances taught and prompted by the caller. Doors open 7:30pm. St. James Church, 171 Queen St. E. Newcomers welcome. Admission $12 (students $8) Info: 519-843-9971.

Elora Legion Branch 229 and Fergus Legion Branch 275, Vimy Oaks Dedication at the Wellington County Museum, 10am. All welcome.

Fergus Legion Branch 275, Vimy Oaks Dedication at the Fergus Cenotaph, 11am. All welcome.

SAT. SEPT. 23

Fergus Legion Br. 275 Karaoke Contest Round 2, 9:30 to 11:30 pm. Come vie for $1,500 in Cash Prizes. Open karaoke before and after, starting at 8:30 pm. Everyone Welcome.

The Door is having a Pig Roast, 3pm, the Bible Barn, Mount Forest. Adults $15, kids 6 to 12 $7, families $50. Silent auction. Tickets call: 519-848-5900.

Talk and Discussion "An introduction to the Baha'i Faith," sponsored by the Baha'is of Centre Wellington, 7:30pm at The Carriage House, behind 210 St. Andrew St., E., Fergus.

Victorian Tea and House Tour, 1pm and 3pm. Tour the home of Elora's first physician, Dr. William Savage, followed by tea. Tickets $20. Seating limited. Call 519-846-0680 for tickets.

Coin Show, Col. John McCrae Legion 57, Watson Pkwy. S., Guelph. 9am to 3pm. Hosted by South Wellington Coin Society. 519-823-2646.

Chicken Barbecue, Fergus Legion Branch 275, 5 to 7pm, $15 for ½ chicken, salads & dessert, advanced tickets only, call 519-843-2345 for details. All welcome.

Homecoming Concert, 7pm, Knox Presbyterian Church, Elora. Featuring the No Name Band, John Solberg & friends, and the Hayes Sisters. Freewill offering, fellowship following.

SUN. SEPT. 24

Canada 150 Community Sing a Long, hosted by Erin Legion, 3pm, 12 Dundas St., E. EWCS Foodbank donations will be gratefully accepted.

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Gordonville 139th Anniversary, 11am. Speaker Rev. Ed Charlton St. Andrew’s Gordonville. Special Music. Lunch served following the service. All welcome.

Monck Baptist Church 121st Anniversary Service, 11am. Guest Speaker, Rev. George Bell, special music by Martin Family. Lunch and fellowship following service. All welcome.

Speedside United Church 172nd Anniversary, 10am. Guest speaker Alex Henderson from Mission Aviation Fellowship.

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Gordonville, 139th Anniversary. 11am, speaker: Rev. Ed Charlton. Special Music. Lunch following, all welcome.

Homecoming Worship service, 11am, Knox Elora with lunch following. Come and catch up with old friends.

Arthur Legion Jam Session, 2 to 5pm.

Goldstone United Church is having a service of Thanksgiving at 10:00am. All are welcome.

Celebrating Canada in song with a tribute to Canadian music legend Mr. Kent Tocher. 3 to 5pm, Erin Legion. Refreshments to follow. Donations to Homeless Vets and EWCS Foodbank gratefully accepted.

Erin Rotary Feast of Hops, 2 to 5pm, Erin Ag Society Hall. Seven local restaurants paired with seven craft brewers. Tickets at Budsons, Friendly Chef or Farmer’s Market.

Palmerston Legion Jamboree, 1 pm. Roast Beef Dinner, 5 pm. Take outs available. 519-343-3749

Service of Thanksgiving, 10:30am. Goldstone United Church.

MON. SEPT. 25

Free Introduction to Modern Square Dancing. St. Mary School, 251 Irvine St., Elora, 7 to 8:30pm. Refreshments included. Casual dress. No dancing experience required.

Drayton Blood Donor Clinic, 3:30 to 7:30pm, Community Christian School, 35 High St., Drayton. Book appointments at 1-888-236-6283.

Find Your Voice. Sing with The Over Tones Women's 4 part A Cappella. Ignatius Centre, 5420 Highway 6, Guelph. Mondays at 7pm. Singing since 1966.

SafeTALK Workshop at Gale Presbyterian Church, 7 to 10pm. Seating is limited. Free will offering. Call the church to reserve your seat, 519-669-2852.

Looking for a job? New career? Immediate hiring? Direct interview? Jobs Canada Fair 1 to 3pm. Free Admission. Delta Hotel Guelph, 50 Stone Rd W.

The 7th Annual Walk for Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT) Disease, 9:30am,Victoria Park, Fergus. Refreshments provided. Family event. Kids activities.

Euchre, Fergus Legion Branch 275, 7:30pm, New Players Welcome.

TUES. SEPT. 26

Guelph Horticultural Society General Meeting and Mini Show, 7:30pm, Dublin Street United Church. Speaker: Marion Jarvie - Beauty of Late Summer and Fall Gardens. New members welcome.

Community Senior’s Homemade Soup and Sandwich Lunch, 12pm. Followed by cards and games at Ebenezer United Church. Willy at 519-763-7707 or 905-854-2423.

Wellington County Archives Reading Room, 6:45 to 9pm. 0536 Wellington County road #18, Fergus. Ruth Blair will be speaking about "Researching your Irish Family History from this side of the pond." All welcome. See online for more info.

Mapleton Buds & Blooms meeting, 7:30pm, Moorefield Optimist Hall. Guest speaker: Lucy Kalyniak, certified judge of flower shows. Everyone welcome.

Crib, Fergus Legion Branch 275, 7pm, New Players Welcome.

WED. SEPT. 27

Community Of Christ Fish Fry, 4:30 to 7pm. Adults $15, 12 and under $6, preschool free. 15 Mill Street E., Grand Valley.

The Elora and Salem Horticultural Society present Dan Cooper, co-author of “Gardening from a Hammock.” 7:30pm, Knox Presbyterian Church, 55 Church St., Elora.

If you or someone in your family has a problem with gambling help is available. Gamblers Anonymous can provide help and hope. Call our 24 hour help line: 1-855-222-5542.

THURS. SEPT. 28

Be a Foster Parent with Satori. Ever considered becoming a foster parent? Not sure where to start? Come to our info session, 7pm. Rsvp: stephanie@satorifoster.com.

Speedside United Church Turkey Supper. Adults/$18, kids 6 to 12/$9, preschool/free. 4:45pm 519-824-0055, 6pm 519-822-1731, 7pm 519-836-1213, takeout 519-821-0018.

Arthur Lions Club Drive Thru Maple Lodge Chicken Barbecue Dinner, Tickets $ 15. ½ chicken, potato, salad, roll and dessert. 519-827-6670. Proceeds to Community Betterment and the new Groves Hospital. 4 to 7pm. Pick up at St. Johns Parish Centre.

Weekly Bingo, 7pm, hosted by the Fergus Legion Branch 275 Ladies Auxiliary. All welcome.

FRI. SEPT. 29

Last Market - Erin Farmer’s Market, come out and celebrate our local harvest, 3 to 7pm, McMillan Park. Local food, music, community. See online for details.

Huge Indoor Fall Garage Sale, Trinity United Church, Guelph. Sept 29, 3 to 8pm, Sept 30, 7am to noon. Books, toys, games, sports equipment, garden utensils, giftware, and more.

The Alma Optimist Beef Barbecue, 5 to 7pm, Alma Community Centre. Come enjoy. Adults $15, kids $5, under school age free.

SAT. SEPT. 30

Marsville Lions Community Breakfast. Last Saturday of every month. Marsville Community Centre. Lions serve an all you can eat hearty breakfast. $5/plate. 7:30 to 10am.

Pumpkinfest: A Community Harvest Celebration with all things pumpkin. 4pm, pot-luck supper and music. St. Paul's United Church. 8276 SR 25 near the 3rd Line, Wellington North.

Introduction to Bridge, 10am to 4pm, $40/person, $75/couple, lunch and snacks. Includes instruction both in bidding the contract and in playing the hand.

Highway 24 Veterinary Clinic Client Appreciation and Open House, 1:30 to 3:30pm. Clinic tours, demonstrations, barbecue, kids activities, raffles and more. More info: 519-822-1805.

Fergus Legion Br. 275 Youth Karaoke Contest, round 3, 7 to 9pm, pre-register online. Adults round 3, 9:30 to 11:30pm. Come vie for $2,000 in cash prizes. All welcome.

Taste Real presents: Fall Rural Romp, 10am to 4pm. A self-guided tour to Guelph and Southern Wellington County Farms and Markets. Meet local farmers, learn about food and experience our own agricultural bounty. See online for details.

Rockwood and Stone choirs present “Common Vision”: A concert by Ron Klusmeier, Rockwood United Church, 119 Harris St, 7pm. A free will donation will support the Canadian Food Grains Bank. Info: 519-856-4160.

Dufferin Town & Country Farm Tour, 9am to 4pm. Rain or Sun. See working Farms in north Dufferin, talk to farmers and learn how food is grown. Tour Info: 519-939-7486.

Barrie Hill United Church Harvest Home Tour, 9:30am to 4:30pm. Lunch available, $10. Tickets $25, available at Swanstons Farm Equipment, Ennotville Garage and Sharpe Farm Supply or call 226-343-0367.

Books, Boots and Bulbs Sale, 9:30 to 1pm, Eden Mills Community Hall, 104 York St., Eden Mills.

Eclectic Vinyl Orchestra, 8pm, Eden Mills Community Hall, 104 York St., Eden Mills. Adults $20, students $10. 905-518-1940.

Sunrise Hoofbeat Challenge: Ride Your Horse / Walk Your Dog / Hike in support of therapeutic riding. 200+ acres of trails, lunch, prizes and more. See online for details or call 519-837-0558 x35.

Fergus Lioness Club Garage Sale, 148 St. George St. W., 8am to 1pm. Gently used or new items. Proceeds donated to local charities. Begin your Christmas shopping at the Fergus Lioness Garage Sale.

Arthur Legion Karaoke, 8:30pm.

Masonic Lodge Breakfast, 8 to 10am. Adults $8, children $4, Edward St. Arthur.

Legion Saturday Night Dance , 8pm. Elora Legion Branch 229, Maple Leaf Room. Tickets $12/person. Music by Bill Beattie.

Third Annual Belwood Lake Shoreline Cleanup, 9:30am to 12:30pm. Meet at 7 George St. Belwood.

Harvest Home Tour. 7 homes in the Guelph Eramosa area featuring a variety of home styles including heritage homes Barrie Hill United Church, Guelph Eramosa Township.

Karaoke, Fergus Legion Branch 275, Youth Division 7:30 to 9pm, Adult Division 9:30 to 11:30pm. Registration: 519-843-2345

SUN. OCT. 1

Guided free kids hike, 1pm. This is a special downtown trail hike during Ontario Hike Week. Refreshments provided. For details and registration call 519-224-0672.

Genesis Matters Fellowship, 12:30pm at the STUDIO, 275 Gordon St. Fergus. Pot luck lunch then examining the archeological evidence from the discovery of Noah’s Ark in Turkey. All welcome.

St Francis Day Blessing of the Animals, 10:30am. Service with your pet, leashed or in a carrier. St James Anglican Church, 171 Queen St E, Fergus.

5K Run & Walk, 1pm Walk/1:30pm Run. Victoria Park Fergus. $10/adult, $5/children. Fundraiser for Highland Rugby Club.

Annual Pet Service/Pet Blessing, 10am. All Saints Church, 81 Main Street, Erin. All Pets Welcome. Special Guests 'Dog Guides Canada' and 'Young at Heart Singers'. Free refreshments.

MON. OCT. 2

Erin Community Blood Donor Clinic, 2:30-7:30pm. Erin Legion Hall, 12 Dundas St E, Erin.

Challenge Euchre, 7:30 pm, Palmerston Legion Upstairs Hall, $5/person, MUST BRING YOUR PARTNER. Light lunch provided. ALL Welcome

Euchre, Fergus Legion Branch 275, 7:30pm. New Players Welcome.

TUES. OCT. 3

St John's Lutheran Church Turkey Supper, 4:30 to 7pm, Clifford Community Hall. Adults $15, kids 5 to 12 $5 and under 5 free. Tickets call 519-327-8135.

Blood donor clinic at the Mount Forest and District Rec Complex from 2 to 8pm. Appointments: 1-888-2-DONATE.

Crib, Fergus Legion Branch 275, 7pm. New Players Welcome.

THURS. OCT. 5

Drayton United Church Turkey Supper, 5 to 7pm. P.M.D. Community Centre, 68 Main St., W., Drayton. Tickets at door. Adults $15, kids 5 to 12 $5, preschoolers free.

FRI. OCT. 6

New: Youth Drop-in at Ebenezer United Church, 12274 Guelph Line, 7 to 9pm. Come for an evening of fun, food, meet new friends and just hang out. Grade 7 and up. 519-763-7707.

Wellington North Farmer's Market season is ending.Come enjoy a free bowl of soup and say goodbye and Happy Thanksgiving to all of our vendors.

SAT. OCT. 7

Community Men’s Breakfast, 8am, Ebenezer United Church. Come for a great breakfast and meet the other men in our community. MaryLou at 519-853-4399.

Fergus Legion Br. 275 Youth Karaoke Contest, round 4, 7 to 9pm, pre-register online. Adults round 4, 9:30 to 11:30pm. Come vie for $2,000 in cash prizes. All welcome.

Community Men’s Breakfast, 8am. Come for a great breakfast and meet the men in our community. MaryLou at 519-853-4399.

Come and join the fun as Guelph participates for the first time in the Global Cardboard Challenge. 1 to 4pm, 20 Shelldale Cres.

SUN. OCT. 8

Thanksgiving Sunday at Ebenezer United Church, 12274 Guelph Line, 10am.

Thanksgiving Sunday at Ebenezer United Church, 12274 Guelph Line, 10am.

MON. OCT. 9

Find Your Voice. Sing with The Over Tones Women's 4 part A Cappella. Ignatius Centre, 5420 Highway 6, Guelph. Mondays at 7pm. Singing since 1966.

TUES. OCT. 10

Peace Of Minds Walk: Schizophrenia Society's biggest awareness and fundraiser. Royal City Church, 50 Quebec St., Guelph, 3:30pm. Registration online.

WED. OCT. 11

A Night of Euchre, Rockmosa Community Centre, 7pm, $5/person. Prizes and lunch to follow. Proceeds towards supplies for the AIC machine at Guelph General Hospital.

THURS. OCT. 12

7:30pm. Arthur Agricultural Society - Downstairs hall, Arthur Community Centre. All welcome.

Third Annual Belwood Lake Shoreline Cleanup, 9:30am to 12:30pm. Meet at 7 George St. Belwood.

FRI. OCT. 13

The Gondoliers, Guelph Little Theatre, October 13 to 27, 176 Morris St. Wonderful music, great comedy, bizarre plot twists and a happy ending. More info: 519-821-0270.

Pulled Pork 'N Mac Dinner, Trinity United Church, Guelph, 5:15pm. Eat-in or take out. Entertainment at 7pm. $14/adult, $7/child under 10, free under 4 yrs. Tickets: 519-824-4800 ext 1.

Kareoke, 7pm. Elora Legion Branch 229, Clubroom. Everyone Welcome.

St. Martin of Tours' CWL, Drayton Annual Euchre, 12 Union St., Doors open 7pm. Euchre 8pm. Admission $5. Prizes and lunch. Everyone welcome.

SAT. OCT. 14

Art Classes, 10am to 1pm, Oct. 14, Nov. 18, and Dec. 9. Teacher: Connie Melnik, 519-824-7628. Bring lunch, 2 dollar store canvasses, (1 med., 1 small), subject and brushes. $25 p.p. per session. Ebenezer United Church.

Fergus Legion Br. 275 Youth Karaoke Contest, round 5, 7 to 9pm, pre-register online. Adults round 5, 9:30 to 11:30pm. Come vie for $2,000 in cash prizes. All welcome.

The Children’s Foundation of Guelph and Wellington’s 2017 Around the World Gala. Live entertainment, Canadian cuisine, live auction and more. Tickets available online.

Talk and Discussion "From strife and division to a united world," sponsored by the Baha'is of Centre Wellington, 7:30pm at The Carriage House, behind 210 St. Andrew Street E., Fergus.

The Barrel Boys, 8pm, Eden Mills Community Hall, 104 York St. Adults $20, students $10. 905-518-1940 for more info.

Fergus’ Biggest 5k Family Run/Walk for the Children of Haiti. 9:30am start. Free brunch - great prizes. Registration forms at St. Andrew’s Church Office, 325 St. George St. W. 519-843-3565.

Creative Club, 10am to 12pm. Canadian Reformed Church of Fergus North, 6534 First Line, Fergus. Free for children in grades SK to 3. Bible story, craft, game, singing, and snacks.

SAT. OCT. 15

Stone United Church 156th Anniversary Worship Service, 9:45am. Guest Speaker Darryl Weber. Lunch to follow. 5370 Guelph Eramosa Fourth Line, Rockwood.

MON. OCT. 16

Roast Beef Dinner, 4:30 to 7pm, Monticello United Church. Adults $15, students $5, preschool free. Tickets at door.

Stone United Church Roast Beef dinner. 5 to 7pm, Rockmosa Community Centre, Rockwood. 5pm meals: Earl 519-856-4052, 6pm Eileen 519-856-9648, 7pm Jack 519-856-4765.

TUES. OCT. 17

Luncheon at Gale Presbyterian Church, 11:30am to 1pm. Harvest roast, mashed potatoes with gravy, roll, vegetable, coleslaw, pumpkin dessert, beverage $12.

WED. OCT. 18

Food For Thought, Mimosa United Church dinner and lecture. Dinner seating for 50 only. The Churches of Georgia - The Rock-Hewn Churches of Ethiopia, call 519-855-4201 for details.

Fergus Horticulture Society meeting, 7:30pm, Victoria Park Senior Centre, Albert St, Fergus. Speaker: Darren Heinbecker from Whistling Gardens - Trees and Shrubs for Small Gardens.

THURS. OCT. 19

Arthur United Church Coffee Hour, 9:30am. Speaker Cindy Krul on the programs at the library. Music, Helena Rooyakkers on guitar. Feature, Mary Townsend with different craft and sewing items. Coffee & muffins provided, all welcome.

FRI. OCT. 20

11th Annual Giant Book Sale, Guelph Public Library, Oct 20 to Sun Oct 22. Early bird admission, Friday, 1 to 4pm, $10. Free admission Fri 6 to 9pm, Sat and Sun 10 to 4pm. Cash only. Loonie Sunday. See online for details.

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New: Youth Drop-in at Ebenezer United Church, 12274 Guelph Line, 7 to 9pm. Come for an evening of fun, food, meet new friends and just hang out. Grade 7 and up. 519-763-7707.

Palmerston Legion 13 hole 3D/Glow in the Dark Mini Putt, 7-10 pm. $5/person. Info 519-343-3749

SAT. OCT. 21

Fall Festival, 10am to 3pm, Melville United Church, Fergus. Coffee and dessert or lunch (soups, chili, pulled pork, hot dogs), vendors, books, silent auction and more. Info: 519-787-0570.

Fergus Legion Br. 275 Youth Karaoke Semi-Finals, 7 to 9pm. Adult semi-finals, 9:30 to 11:30pm. Contestants vying for $2,000 in cash prizes. All welcome.

Duff's Fireside Bazaar, Duff's Presbyterian Church, 10am to 1pm. Tables include Baking, Country Store, Deli, Stitchery, Grandma's Closet, Kid's, Candy & more. Lunch available.

Learning Disabilities Association of Wellington County free annual conference, 8:30am to 4:30pm. See online for details.

Les Willis Memorial Mixed Cribbage Tournament, Fergus Legion, $20 per two person team, registration opens at 11:30am, play begins at 1pm sharp, info call 519-843-2345.

Fall Festival, 9:30am to 3pm. A one day vendor/artisan sale at Knox Presbyterian Church, 20 Quebec St. Guelph. Over 20 vendors, raffle table and more.

Best & Friends Band appears at the Guelph Legion, 57 Watson Pkwy., 2:30 to 5pm. All welcome. Free admission.

Belwood Lions Craft Sale and Bazaar, 9am to 2pm. 20 plus Vendors. Belwood Hall.

Palmerston Legion 13 hole 3D/Glow in the Dark Mini Putt, 2-4pm & 7-10pm. $5/person. Info 519-343-3749

Annual Harvest Roast Beef Dinner, Social 5:30pm, dinner 6pm. St. Mary of the Purification (Mount Forest). Admission $15. Tickets: 519-323-0489/519-323-2316 or at door.

SUN. OCT. 22

Mimosa United Church 153rd Anniversary Service, 7pm, 5980 Wellington Rd. 26. Father Mark Curtis will present a musical sermon: ThanksLiving - More Than a Day, It's a Way of Life. Free will offering.

TUES. OCT. 24

Guelph Horticultural Society General Meeting and Mini Show, 7:30pm, Dublin Street United Church. Guest speaker: Rob Howard - Nine Things I learned from Other People's Gardens.

Blood Donation Clinic, Centre Wellington Community Sportsplex, 550 Belsyde Ave., Fergus, 2 to 8pm.

Community Senior’s Homemade Soup and Sandwich Lunch, 12pm. Followed by cards and games at Ebenezer United Church. Willy at 519-763-7707 or 905-854-2423.

Community Senior’s Homemade Soup and Sandwich Lunch followed by cards and games at Ebenezer United Church, 12274 Guelph Line, 12pm. Willy at 519-763-7707 or 905-854-2423.

Harvest Supper, 5 to 7pm. St. John Parish Centre, 160 Georgina St, Arthur. $14 /adult, $6/children 6-12 , Free/5 yrs & under. Take out available. Roast Beef & homemade desserts. Tickets: 519-848-2108

WED. OCT. 25

The Elora and Salem Horticultural Society meet at the Elora Public Library, 7:30pm, 144 Geddes St., Elora. Thelma Beaubien, author of “Gardening for Butterflies: attracting, rescuing and raising butterflies” will present. All welcome.

Food For Thought, Mimosa United Church dinner and lecture. Dinner seating for 50 only. Chartres Cathedral - Winchester Cathedral, call 519-855-4201 for details.

FRI. OCT. 27

GWSA +55 Halloween Howl Dance with DJ Ted Lavoie, 1 to 3:30pm, Evergreen Seniors Centre. Advance tickets $8 at the front desk, 519-823-1291.

SAT. OCT. 28

Marsville Lions Community Breakfast. Last Saturday of every month. Marsville Community Centre. Lions serve an all you can eat hearty breakfast. $5/plate. 7:30 to 10am.

Art Classes at Ebenezer United Church, 12274 Guelph Line, 10am to 1pm. Teacher: Jean Tovell. Bring a bag lunch, 2 dollar store canvasses, (1 med. 1 sm.), subject and brushes. $25 p.p. per session. Call 519-763-7707.

Halloween Party, 7pm. Victoria Park Fieldhouse, Fergus. $10 advance/ $15 door. Proze for best costume. Fundraiser for Highland Rugby Club.

Tree Planting Ceremony, 6:30pm, Brisbane Public School.

Annual Beef BBQ Supper from 5 to 7pm. Fergus Legion, 500 Blair St., Adults $15, kids (6 to 12) $7, 5 and under free, for tickets call 519-843-2345. All Welcome.

SUN. OCT. 29

Caregiver's Support, 9:30 to 10:30am, Victoria Park Senior Centre. Join other caregivers, care partners and stroke survivors and learn how to navigate this new role.

WED. NOV. 1

Food For Thought, Mimosa United Church dinner and lecture. Dinner seating for 50 only. The Cathedral of Siena - St. Peter's Basilica, call 519-855-4201 for details.

FRI. NOV. 3

3 day Giant Garage and Bake Sale. Friday Nov. 3, Saturday Nov. 4, and Monday Nov. 6, 8am to 4pm. Melville United Church, Tower and St. Andrew St. Fergus. 519-787-0570.

SAT. NOV. 4

Fergus Legion Br. 275 Youth Karaoke Finals, 7 to 9pm. Adult finals, 9:30 to 11:30pm. Contestants vying for $2,000 in cash prizes. All welcome.

WED. NOV. 8

A Night of Euchre, Rockmosa Community Centre, 7pm, $5/person. Prizes and lunch to follow. Proceeds towards supplies for the AIC machine at Guelph General Hospital.

Food For Thought, Mimosa United Church dinner and lecture. Dinner seating for 50. The Wieskirche in Bavaria - Guadalupe and the Cathedral of Mexico City, call 519-855-4201 for details.

THURS. NOV. 9

7:30pm. Arthur Agricultural Society - Downstairs hall, Arthur Community Centre. All welcome.

SAT. NOV. 18

Art Classes, 10am to 1pm, Nov. 18, and Dec. 9. Teacher: Connie Melnik, 519-824-7628. Bring lunch, 2 dollar store canvasses, (1 med., 1 small), subject and brushes. $25 p.p. per session. Ebenezer United Church.

Talk and Discussion "One planet, everyone's home," sponsored by the Baha'is of Centre Wellington, 7:30pm at The Carriage House, behind 210 St. Andrew Street E., Fergus.

TUES. NOV. 21

Blood Donation Clinic, Centre Wellington Community Sportsplex, 550 Belsyde Ave., Fergus, 2 to 8pm.

WED. NOV. 22

The Elora and Salem Horticultural Society meet at the Elora Public Library, 7:30pm, 144 Geddes St., Elora. Barry Vanderveer, from Grand River Nursery will present “The Aging Garden(er).” All welcome, light refreshments provided.

FRI. NOV 24

Saving Sleeping Beauty, Guelph Little Theatre, November 24 to December 10, 176 Morris St. A fun, new family musical. More info: 519-821-0270.

Stroke is Treatable - Social Interaction and Recreation, 9:30 to 10:30am, Victoria Park Seniors Centre, Fergus. Join the stroke recovery Fergus/Elora group in learning about community activities that survivors and care partners can enjoy.

SAT. NOV. 25

Marsville Lions Community Breakfast. Last Saturday of every month. Marsville Community Centre. Lions serve an all you can eat hearty breakfast. $5/plate. 7:30 to 10am.

The Waterloo Region Stamp Club's Annual Stamp Show, Royal Canadian Legion, 316 Marsland Dr., Waterloo, 10am to 4pm. Free admission and parking. Lunch counter at Legion.

TUES. NOV. 28

Guelph Horticultural Society General Meeting/Annual Holiday Penny Table, 7pm, Dublin Street United Church. Guest speaker: Patricia Patrick- Christmas Traditions, New and Old. New members welcome, info at www.guelphhort.org.

THURS. DEC. 7

7:30pm. Arthur Agricultural Society - Downstairs hall, Arthur Community Centre. All welcome.

FRI. DEC. 8

GWSA +55 Snowball Dance with DJ Ted Lavoie, 1 to 3:30pm, Evergreen Seniors Centre. Advance tickets $8 at the front desk, 519-823-1291.

SAT. DEC. 9

Art Class, 10am to 1pm. Teacher: Connie Melnik, 519-824-7628. Bring lunch, 2 dollar store canvasses, (1 med., 1 small), subject and brushes. $25 p.p. per session. Ebenezer United Church.

SUN. DEC. 24

Blood Donation Clinic, Centre Wellington Community Sportsplex, 550 Belsyde Ave., Fergus, 2 to 8pm.

 

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