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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.

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, Thursdays, 8pm, Mt. Forest United Church (rear entrance). 175 Queen St. E. We can help.

Mount Forest Al-Anon Group for families and friends of alcoholics, Wednesdays, 10am at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, side door.

PTSD Peer Support Group in Guelph for corrections workers, emergency dispatchers, first responders, military and veterans. For info see our Project Trauma Support website.

Free exercise and falls prevention classes (55+) every Monday and Thursday, 9:15 to 11:30am, Ebenezer United Church, Campbellville.

Living with Loss, peer-led support group for adults (18+) grieving the death of a loved one. First Wednesday of every month, 7 to 9pm, Birmingham Retirement Community, Mount Forest. Free to attend. 519-603-0196 for more information.

Spiritual youth, family and marriage counseling every Tuesday, 10am to 3pm, Knox Presbyterian Church Palmerston. Scheduled appointments necessary. Nick Pavel, 519-343- 3201.

Al-Anon Courage to Grow, for family and friends of alcoholics, St. James Anglican Church, Fergus. Upstairs meeting room, every Thursday evening 7:30pm.

THURS. NOV. 8

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

The Ballinafad Hall Board hosts euchre at the Ballinafad Community Centre, Erin, 7:30pm, bi-weekly. $3 per player. Coffee and tea served. All welcome. 905-866-7702 for info.

The Philosopher Kings will bring their signature high energy performance style to the 6th annual Inspiration Guelph fundraiser, 7pm, River Run Centre. Proceeds to The Children’s Foundation of Guelph and Wellington Free to Play Program.

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

Palmerston blood donor clinic, 5 to 8pm, Palmerston Community Centre. Book your appointment online or call 1-888-2DONATE. Walk ins welcome as well.

Euchre, Victoria Park Seniors Centre Fergus, every Thursday, 7:30pm, all welcome.

Euchre, St. Mary RC Church in the Father Murray Farwell Family Centre, Mount Forest. 7:30pm, doors open at 7pm. $3 includes prizes and a light lunch.

FRI. NOV. 9

"The Day Before" ceremony honouring our military veterans, active members and families. 2pm, Evergreen Seniors Community Centre, Guelph. Sponsored by the Guelph Wellington Seniors Association. Free admission.

SAT. NOV. 10

Alma Optimist dance, 8pm to midnight, Alma Community Centre, all welcome. 519-846-5413 for more information.

Guelph Horticultural Society pruning workshop with Martin Ford, 1 to 4pm, 39 Emslie Street, Guelph. $20 per person, limited spots. Contact 519-826-0310 to reserve, or for more information.

Duff's Harvest ham supper, Puslinch Community Centre. Dinner 5 and 7pm, entertainment and seating 4:30 and 6:30pm. Adults $18, couples $35, youth 6 to 10 $10, under 6 free. Tickets contact Brenda Law 519-767-2462 or Duff's 519-763-1163.

Mount Carmel-Zion United Church presents harvest and holly bazaar and lunch, 10:30am to 1pm, Puslinch Community Centre. Free admission and parking. Nonperishable food donation to Chalmers Community Services is appreciated.

Arthur Legion Remembrance dinner/dance, 7pm. Tickets $15 each, available at the legion or call 519-848-2622.

Know Grand Valley Christmas bazaar, 9am to 1:30pm. Silent auction, bake table, vendors, luncheon, crafts. 519-928-5400.

Song of the Grand featuring: Robert Brownlie, Brahm Goldhamer, George Hall and Iris Rodrigues, 2pm, Knox Presbyterian Church Elora Tickets $20, call 519-846-0680.

Women's community lunch. Every Wednesday at noon in the Butterfly Hall at St. James Church, Fergus. Free. All welcome.

Listowel and District Right to Life annual dinner and silent auction fundraiser, 6pm, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Listowel. Dinner 6:30pm, speaker 7:45pm. Tickets $30, $15 for high-school aged teens. More information 519-343-3384.

Fall farmers breakfast, Speedside United Church, 8 to 10am. Back bacon, eggs, homefries, beans, apple cider and apple butter. Free will offering.

We Remember, St. Paul's United Church, Metz, 7:30 to 10pm. An evening of music and stories devoted to our soldiers.

Art class, Ebenezer United Church, Campbellville, 10am to 2pm. Taught by Ruth Krankendonk. Bring a bag lunch, two dollar store canvases, paints and brushes. $25 per class.

Palmerston and District Hospital auxiliary bazaar, 10am to 2pm, Palmerston Community Centre.

SUN. NOV. 11

Catholic Women’s League annual Christmas bazaar and tea, 10am to 2pm, Holy Rosary Parish hall, Guelph. Bake table, silent auction, raffle prizes, children’s corner and more. Proceeds benefitting those in need in our community.

Remembrance Day, Harriston Legion, parade 10:45am, Cenotaph service 11am, auditorium service to follow. Remembrance Day banquet, 6pm featuring guest Neil Aitchison. Tickets $25. Call 519-338-2843.

The Arthur Historical Society are holding a book sale after the Memorial Service at the Cenotaph. Included will be the Veterans Book and Memories of Arthur & Area, Vol 1, 2 and 3 by John Walsh.

Remembrance Day service, Grand Valley Cenotaph, 10:30am, refreshments to follow at the Community Centre.

MON. NOV. 12

Large used book sale, cash only, Nov. 12 to 17, ends at 2pm, Grand Valley Public Library. 519-928-5622. Check out our silent auction as well. View and bid during regular library hours.

TUES. NOV. 13

Join us for the fall cycle of Guelph Connections concerts, enjoy Madawaska Quartet as they perform Quartets by Haydn and Shostakovich. Concert is free/freewill offering, 4:30pm, St. George's Church, Guelph.

Royal City Quilters' Guild monthly meeting, 7 to 9pm, Three Willows Church, Guelph. Come and explore the world of Martha's Minis with Martha Schillingerhoud.

Four Corners Quilters’ Guild meeting, 7pm, Leisure Hall, Mount Forest Sports Complex. Trunk Show by Diane Carson. New members welcome.

WED. NOV. 14

Euchre, Rockmosa Community Centre, 7pm, $5, prizes and lunch to follow. Proceeds towards Guelph General Hospital. Sponsored by Rockwood and District Lioness Club.

Neighbourhood fellowship drop-in, 10:30am to 1pm. Free coffee, tea, soup lunch and fellowship. Faith Lutheran Church, 290 Belsyde Ave. Fergus. 519-843-5030.

Woolwich seniors monthly book club. This month's selection is "The Clockmaker's Daughter" by Kate Morton. 9:30am, Woolwich Rec Centre, 24 Snyder St. S., Elmira. 519-669-5044.

Turkey dinner, Trinity United Church, Grand Valley. Continuous buffet served from 4:30 to 7pm. Adults $15, kids 5 to 12 $6. Advance tickets only, 519-928-5627 or 519-928-5675.

The Grand Quilt Guild meeting, Fergus Legion, 7:30pm. Trunk show by Waterloo quilter Audrey Vrooman. Guests are welcome. Guest fee is $8.

Euchre, Harriston Legion, 7:30pm. Light lunch provided, $5 per person, bring a partner.

Exploring everyday saints, 7pm, St. James Anglican Church, Fergus to view the movie Dead Man Walking about Sister Helen Prejean and her passion for justice. All welcome.

Watercolour painting for beginners, Mimosa United Church, 7 to 9pm. All materials supplied and light refreshments, $20 per person. Call 519-855-4201 for more information.

THURS. NOV. 15

Euchre, Victoria Park Seniors Centre Fergus, every Thursday, 7:30pm, all welcome.

FRI. NOV. 16

Euchre, St. John's United Church, Belwood, 7:30pm.

Messy Church, 5:30 to 7pm, Barrie Hill United Church, 5702 Wellington Road 29. Stories, crafts, food and fun. All ages. Everyone welcome, 519-763-0299.

Better Breathers Respiratory support group meets the 3rd Friday of each month at the Guelph Royal Legion, 1 to 3pm.

Trillium Waldorf School Guelph 15th annual cranberry market, 7 to 11pm. $2 admission fee includes entry for door prize. Adults and older teens only.

4th annual Christmas open house at Groves, Nov. 16 10am to 4pm and Nov. 18 11am to 4pm. Silent auction, unique gift ideas and refreshments. Proceeds to Groves Hospital.

Youth drop-in nights, 7 to 9pm, Ebenezer United Church, Campbellville. All youth Grade 7 and up are welcome for an evening of food, fun and games and just to hang-out.

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Arthur annual Christmas bazaar and scalloped potato and ham supper, 5 to 6:30pm. Adults $12, kids $6. Bake table and country store tables.

St. David's Presbyterian Church Christmas in the village, 5:30 to 8pm, 132 Main St. N. Campbellville. Dinner, bazaar items, raffles, blind auction, Christmas items and more.

SAT. NOV. 17

Guelph Legion entertainment, Best and Friends will be playing, 2 to 5pm for your dancing pleasure. Donation at door. Dance to follow, 8 to 11pm, Rob Martine playing. $10 for non-members, members and one guest admitted no charge.

Christmas for Groves bazaar, New to you store, 950 St. David St. N., Fergus, 10am to 4:30pm.

Snowflake craft and bake sale, 9am to 1pm, Knox Elora Presbyterian Church Elora. Lunch available, adults $7, kids 8 and under $4. 519-846-0680 for more information.

Community concert, Ballinafad United Church, 4:30pm, dinner to follow at 6pm. All welcome, free will offering.

St. Andrew's Christmas bazaar and bake sale, 10am to 2pm, 83 Trafalgar Road, Hillsburgh. Gift baskets, baked goods, crafts, silent auction, potted greenery and more. Wheelchair accessible. Lunch and refreshments available.

A fun blend of traditional Christmas bazaar and community family festival, 9:30am to 2pm, Emmanuel High School, Fergus. Family fun, entertainment, lunch, games, and shopping.

Afternoon of good music, good friends and more at the Mount Forest Legion. 4 to 7pm, free admission and food available. Old and new country music performed by Deb and Pete.

Maryhill Knights of Columbus Vegas night, Bridgeport Rod and Gun, 7pm, free admission, food available, prizes to be won, 519-648-2633 for info.

Silent auction for St. John's United Church Belwood, 2pm, Belwood Hall. Gift certificates, baskets, antiques and more.

26th Guelph Scout 7th annual craft bazaar, 10am to 3pm, featuring over 50 vendors. Free admission, Kortright Hills Public School gym, Guelph.

Drayton Christmas craft show, 10am to 2pm, Drayton Community Centre, vendors, hot lunch, 519-638-3324 for info. Donations to the local food bank appreciated at the door.

Drayton Legion jamboree, music dancing all welcome. Licenced event. 2 to 5pm, 15 Elm St., Drayton.

SUN. NOV. 18

Pampered Chef fundraiser for Ponsonby Recreation Park, 2 to 4pm, St. James Anglican Church, Fergus. Details and RSVP at 519-820-9986.

Harriston Legion Jamboree, admission $5, doors open at noon, entertainment starts 1pm. Supper $10, served at 4:30pm. All welcome. 519-338-2843.

Hailey Johnston and Susan Weir reveal the story behind the 1918 quilt auctioned to raise money for the Red Cross. 2pm, Aboyne Hall, WCMA. Hosted by the WC Historical Society. 519-546-3450.

Eden Mills Heritage Hall is officially ‘carbon neutral’! “Little Village That Could” presentation, 5pm, Community Hall, 104 York Street. Free admission. Followed by dinner 6:30pm and performance 8pm, tickets $25, students $15. 519-853-1896.

MON. NOV. 19

Omegaminimakers (Ontario Miniature Enthusiasts of Guelph Area) club meeting, 1 to 3pm, Dublin Street United Church, 68 Suffolk Street, Guelph.

Kid's shop and activity evening, New to you store, 950 St. David St. N., Fergus, 3 to 6pm. Let the kids shop and complete a craft while parents enjoy a quiet moment with refreshments.

TUES. NOV. 20

Luncheon at Gale Presbyterian Church, Elmira, 11:30am to 12:30pm. Meat loaf, potatoes, salad, hot vegetable, bread, apple dessert, beverage, $12.

Guelph Township Horticultural Society potluck supper and annual meeting, 6pm, Marden Community Centre and Library. Bring your favorite food to share, dishes and cutlery. Beverages provided. Make and take home a birch centerpiece.

Fergus blood donor clinic, 2:30 to 7:30pm, Centre Wellington Sportsplex. Book your appointment online or by calling 1-888-2DONATE. Walk ins welcome as well.

St. Paul’s Anglican Church Mount Forest casserole lunch, 11:30am to 1:30pm. Variety of casseroles, beverage and dessert, $10 per person. Silent auction closes at 1pm.Takeout available.

WED. NOV. 21

Fergus Agricultural Society presents DIY wood sign workshop a Fergus Fall Fair fundraiser. 7pm, Elora Legion. Tickets call Rebecca 519-400-3609.

Women's community lunch. Every Wednesday at noon in the Butterfly Hall at St. James Church, Fergus. Free. All welcome.

Arthur legion general meeting, 7pm.

THURS. NOV. 22

Guelph Little Theatre presents Firebird, Nov. 22 to Dec. 2, 2pm and 7:30pm, 176 Morris St. Guelph. 519-821-0270.

Palmerston TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) 25th anniversary at the Palmerston United Church, 7pm. 519-343-3711.

Euchre, Victoria Park Seniors Centre Fergus, every Thursday, 7:30pm, all welcome.

Roast pork dinner, Trinity United Church, Listowel, 4:30 to 7pm, continuous serve. Advance tickets, adults $15, kids (5 to 12) $6. Tickets 519-291-1139. Takeout or delivery 519-291-5703.

Euchre, St. Mary RC Church in the Father Murray Farwell Family Centre, Mount Forest. 7:30pm, doors open at 7pm. $3 includes prizes and a light lunch. 519-313-0459.

FRI. NOV. 23

Fergus contra dance, 8 to 10:30pm, St. James Anglican Church Hall, Fergus with caller Lyn Allan and musicians Ian Bell (Paris) and Willie Henry. Doors open 7:30, adults $15, students $10, youth free with adult. No experience required.

Elora Festival Singers Christmas book sale, Nov. 23, 3 to 8pm and Nov. 24, 10am to 2pm. Cash only please. EFS Book Depot, 380 St. Andrews Street West Fergus. Free admission.

PIN, The People and Information Network mental health first aid training, Nov. 23 and 30, 9am to 4pm. Lunch and a certificate upon completion. All proceeds to the United Way Guelph, Wellington Dufferin. 519-822-0912.

SAT. NOV. 24

Marsville Lions community breakfast, last Saturday of every month at the Marsville hall. 7:30 to 10am, $5/plate.

Guelph Legion Christmas craft and bake sale, 10am to 2:30pm. Free parking, free admission. Bake table, touch and take, lunch canteen and our famous meat pies available for sale.

Rockwood and District Lioness craft and bazaar sale, 9am to 1pm, Rockmosa Community Centre. Free admission, donations to the Food Bank accepted. 519-856-9419 for info.

Country craft bazaar, Listowel Christian School, 8am to 2pm. Food, ice cream and popcorn, games and prizes, plants, books and more. Free admission. Proceeds to support the school.

Christmas bazaar and luncheon, 10am to 1:30pm, Mount Forest United Church. Luncheon served 11am to 1pm, $10. Baking, preserves, candy, cookies and crafts for Christmas.

Christmas craft and bake sale, Elora United Church, 9am to 1pm. Includes "Grandma's Attic", silent auction, baked goods, soup and sandwich lunch.

Annual cookie walk, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Fergus, 9am. Get your festive cookies, squares and candy. Containers provided or bring your own. Info call 519-843-3565.

Arthur United Church Women poinsettia luncheon, bake sale and bazaar, 11:30am to 1:30pm. Lunch includes soup, sandwiches, dessert and beverage. Also a bake table and touch and take, everyone welcome.

Ramoth House Christmas market, Mount Forest Sports Complex, 10am to 3pm. Bake table - Pre order your pies.Variety of vendors. Lunch Available for purchase.

The Elora Lions present their annual Santa Claus parade, 6:15pm downtown Geddes/Metcalfe/East Mill finishing up at the Centre for the arts for a Santa meet and greet.

Holly jolly Christmas sale, Trinity United Church, Acton, 9am to 2pm. Silent auction, baking, decorations, gifts, and more.

Guelph Legion jam session, 2 to 5pm. Donation at door. Dance to follow, 8 to 11pm, JR will be playing. $10 for non-members, members and one guest admitted no charge.

SUN. NOV. 25

Puslinch Santa Claus parade, 2pm, Aberfoyle. All events are free but please bring a donation for the Food Bank. Join us afterward at the ORC to meet Santa and have refreshments.

MON. NOV. 26

Drayton blood donor clinic, 3:30 to 7:30pm, Community Christina School. Book your appointment online or by calling 1-888-2DONATE. Walk ins welcome as well.

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Rockwood Presbyterian Church spaghetti supper and silent auction, Rockmosa Community Centre, 5:30pm doors open, dinner 6pm. Adults $15, kids 5 to 12 $6, 4 and under free. Advance tickets only, 519-856-9734 or 519-856-4891.

TUES. NOV. 27

Guelph Horticultural Society annual holiday penny table and Christmas social, 7pm, Dublin Street United Church, Guelph. New members welcome.

Seniors soup and sandwich lunch, Ebenezer United Church, Campbellville, 12pm. Come for a bowl of tasty homemade soup, sandwiches, cards and games. Free will offering.

WED. NOV. 28

Monthly meeting of the Elora and Salem Horticultural Society, 7:30pm, Elora Public Library. James Graham, Old Fashioned Favourites. Light refreshments provided.

Taizé service, 7pm, St. James Anglican Church, Fergus. Ecumenical service of song, prayer and meditation held in the beauty of candlelight. All welcome.

THURS. NOV. 29

Theatre Orangeville presents A Christmas Story, Nov. 29 to Dec. 23, 519-942-3423 for more information or see online.

Euchre, Victoria Park Seniors Centre Fergus, every Thursday, 7:30pm, all welcome.

FRI. NOV. 30

Alma Optimist beef barbecue, 5 to 7pm, Alma Community Centre, $15. 519-846-5413 for more information.

St. Andrews Day an evening of Scottish entertainment and desserts, 7pm, Knox Presbyterian Church Elora. Tickets $20, call church office at 519-846-0680.

Youth drop-in nights, 7 to 9pm, Ebenezer United Church, Campbellville. All youth Grade 7 and up are welcome for an evening of food, fun and games and just to hang-out.

All Saints community dinner. Turkey with all the trimmings, drinks and dessert. No sermon and no charge, free will offerings appreciated. All Saints Church, 81 Main Street, Erin.

SAT. DEC. 1

Christmas market place, St. James Anglican Church, Fergus, 11am to 2pm. Baking, Christmas gift baskets, crafts, Christmas decorations and draws. Lunch: Homemade meat pies, salad and squares. Adults $9, children $4.50.

Harriston Curling Clubs 11th annual Christmas house tour, 10am to 4pm. Tickets $20 at the Club day of or call 519-338-3433.

Bring your children to meet Santa, 8 to 11am, Gramma Jo's Restaurant, Clifford. Pancake and sausage breakfast by donation only, proceeds to The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada. All kids will receive a gift from Santa.

Christmas in the village church bazaar, St. John’s Anglican Church Rockwood, 9am to 2pm. Silent auction, bake table, penny table, Christmas greenery and more.

Centre Wellington Singers, Christmas through the ages concert, 3pm, Elora United Church.

Saturday night dance, Guelph Legion, Jack Younger will be playing, 8 to 11pm. $10 non-members, members and one guest admitted no charge.

SUN. DEC. 2

The Hilltop Singers Christmas concert, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Fergus, 3pm. Freewill offering.

THURS. DEC. 6

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

The Ballinafad Hall Board hosts euchre at the Ballinafad Community Centre, Erin, 7:30pm, bi-weekly. $3 per player. Coffee and tea served. All welcome. 905-866-7702 for information.

Euchre, Victoria Park Seniors Centre Fergus, every Thursday, 7:30pm, all welcome.

FRI. DEC. 7

Arthur Optimist Christmas house tour, 5 to 7pm. Tickets $20, for more information call 519-820-1177.

Chorus of Praise male choir Christmas concert, Guelph Emmanuel Canadian Reformed Church, 7:30pm, 8037 ON-7 Eramosa, Hwy 7 East, for info 519-787-0641.

SAT. DEC. 8

Saturday night dance, Guelph Legion, Fred Duncan will be playing, 8 to 11pm. $10 for non-members, members and one guest admitted no charge.

TUES. DEC. 11

Renowned Canadian fiddler, Scott Woods and his band will be presenting old time Christmas, 7pm, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Fergus. Advanced tickets can be purchased at the church office. Adults $25, kids $10. More info call 519-843-3565.

WED. DEC. 12

Neighbourhood fellowship drop-in, 10:30am to 1pm. Free coffee, tea, soup lunch and fellowship. Faith Lutheran Church, 290 Belsyde Ave. Fergus. 519-843-5030.

THURS. DEC. 13

St. John’s Anglican Church Rockwood, Parade of Lights chilli supper, 5 to 7:30pm. Warm up with chilli, hot dogs, and hot chocolate while listening to live Christmas music by Ian Reid.

FRI. DEC. 14

Euchre, St. John's United Church, Belwood, 7:30pm.

Festive Revels: Contra meets english country, 6 to 10:30pm, St. James Church Hall, Fergus. Encouraged to wear clothing from a bygone era. Potluck food, sing carols (bring instruments) and dance to calls by Sarah Scroggie with music by Richard Schweitzer and friends. Adults $8, students $5.

SAT. DEC. 15

Alma Optimist dance, 8pm to midnight, Alma Community Centre, all welcome. 519-846-5413 for more information.

Guelph Legion entertainment, Best and Friends will be playing, 2 to 5pm for your dancing pleasure. Donation at door. Rob Martine playing 8 to 11pm. $10 non-members, members and one guest admitted no charge.

TUES. DEC. 18

Luncheon at Gale Presbyterian Church, Elmira. $15 advance tickets only, 2 seating times. Carved turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, roll, gravy, hot vegetables, cranberry salad, dessert, beverage.

TUES. DEC. 21

Area youth from Arthur to Durham will present the Christmas Play The Best Christmas Present Ever, by Barbara Robinson, at the Mount Forest United Church. Dec. 21 7pm, Dec. 22 7pm, and Dec. 23 2pm. $10 admission.

MON. DEC. 31

Guelph Legion New Year's Eve dance, music by Jack Younger. Tickets $40, appetizers, late night buffet. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets available at the lounge bar, or by calling 519-822-1565.

SAT. JAN. 19

Guelph Legion entertainment, Best and Friends will be playing, 2 to 5pm for your dancing pleasure. Donation at door.

THURS. FEB. 14

Theatre Orangeville presents Across the Pond The British Invasion, Feb. 14 to March 3, 519-942-3423 for more information or see online.

SAT. FEB. 16

Guelph Legion entertainment, Best and Friends will be playing, 2 to 5pm for your dancing pleasure. Donation at door.

SAT. MARCH 16

Guelph Legion entertainment, Best and Friends will be playing, 2 to 5pm for your dancing pleasure. Donation at door.

THURS. MARCH 28

Theatre Orangeville presents Off the Grid, March 28 to April 14, 519-942-3423 for more information or see online.

SAT. APRIL 20

Guelph Legion entertainment, Best and Friends will be playing, 2 to 5pm for your dancing pleasure. Donation at door.

THURS. MAY 2

Theatre Orangeville presents Where You Are, May 2 to 19, 519-942-3423 for more information or see online.

SAT. MAY 18

Guelph Legion entertainment, Best and Friends will be playing, 2 to 5pm for your dancing pleasure. Donation at door.

 

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