We certainly know that winter is not far away. We woke up Thursday morning to find our vehicle covered with the white stuff, and the lawn white. Get your snowblowers ready to go.
The Ham and Scalloped Potato dinner on Tuesday was well attended. Over 50 people were fed, and thanks to all who donated to the Scugog Food Bank.
Kevin and Monica Martyn arrived on Thursday for a visit for a few weeks, with Barb Martyn and Rick McAskill. Great to have them back in Seagrave again. On Friday October 19th, Lee, Travis, and Lachlan Mallory came for a couple of days to visit with their grandparents Ross and Jean Short.
Ukulele Class started last Sunday, October 14th at the Seagrave United Church. A couple of the children brought their own ukuleles, so we have room for 2 or 3 more young people. We are taking 6 year old children now, so if your child is interested in learning how to play the ukulele, please contact Betty Lou at (905) 985-3595.
Betty Lou Beacock and Darlene Hallett attended the “Closing Celebration” of the Bay of Quinte Conference held at the Emmanuel Church, on George Street in Peterborough, on Saturday. It was a wonderful service with a lot of looking back over the years, and giving thanks for those years, and for the people who participated in it as well as the many leaders. As we move to this new way of doing things, we are reminded that “God is With Us, We Are Not Alone”! Several people from Seagrave attended the Greenbank United Church on Sunday to help them celebrate their 122nd Anniversary. It was a lovely service led by Reverend Les Hills from the Sunderland United Church. The service was followed by a delicious lunch, complete with lots of chat and fellowship.
The Seagrave Church is looking to hire a “Program Organizer” for our children for Sunday mornings. A program would be provided. If you are interested, or know of any one that may be interested, please contact Barb at 905-985-8383 or firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sunday afternoon, friends gathered at the home of Jack and Ona Short to surprise them with a 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration. Ted and Irene Lamb took them out for brunch, while Catherine and Lloyd, and their families, decorated the house and prepared snacks and a delicious dinner.
I hope everyone got out and cast their vote for the Municipal Election.
On October 24th at the St. Andrews United Church Sunderland, there will be the Annual Turkey Supper; three sittings are scheduled. Times are: 4:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., and 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults and for children ages 6 – 12, the cost is $6. For tickets call (705) 357-2313, or (705) 357-3994.
On November 1st the Confirmation Assessment Commission will be interviewing people regarding Minister Stephanie Richmond’s performance. You are invited to come to the Greenbank United Church at 10.45 a.m. to express your opinion to the committee.
Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes have arrived at the church. These will be prepared for children living in countries afflicted by war, poverty, and disaster. The boxes will be collected on November 25th.
Plans for the preparation of the Seagrave Turkey Supper are: on November 3rd at 9:00 a.m. - Clean the hall. November 6th, 1:00 p.m. - Stuff the turkeys. November 7th, 9 a.m. - Peel potatoes. There will be a bazaar in the Great Room where there will be pies, cookies, tarts, loaves, preserves, and crafts for sale. Please bring your donations anytime after 3 p.m. November 7th, 4:45 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. - Annual Turkey Supper at Seagrave. Note: there will only be two sittings, by reservation only. Tickets are $25 for adults, and for children ages 5 – 12, the tickets are $5. For tickets, call (905) 985-7778, (905) 985-3595, (905) 985- 2489, or (705) 357-2681. On November 8th, at 9:00 a.m. - Clean up.
On December 9th, a Presentation for the Sunday School class about rocks and minerals, with Cathy Nix will be hosted. All are welcome to join us.
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Caesarea Nestleton Euchre
43 people showed up to enjoy our club’s pizza night and to play cards. Thursday's euchre results were as follows. Gail Crawford came in first. Roy Bradburn was second. Dawn McCombe finished in third place. Judy Westall was fourth. Linda Carder and Norm Lackner tied for fifth place. Eileen Nelson had the most lone hands. Carter Roberts and Eva Kushner tied for low score. Dianne Slute won the bonus number. Congratulations to all of our winners and we look forward to seeing you on Thursday. The Caesarea-Nestleton Euchre night is held every Thursday (except holidays) at 7:30 p.m. in the Nestleton Community Hall; everyone is welcome.
Blackstock - Cartwright Lions Club. Just home from a terrific weekend with the Governors from 2014-2015 at Lions Camp Dorset. This camp has an amazing history. In 1972 the Hamilton East Lions rented cottages in Parry Sound for two families living with the need for dialysis. A third cottage was rented to house the dialysis machines. In 1973 six families were brought to cottages in Dorset for a relaxing get-away. By 1974 they brought twelve families to Dorset, but with funds exhausted another 30 families were left on a waiting list. The idea of a Lions Camp Dorset came about at the 1974 International Lions Convention. Lion Sandy Ailles of Dorset and Lion Herb Walpole of Hamilton East had a chance meeting. The Dorset Lions had obtained 380 acres of crown land in the early 70’s as part of plan to build baseballs diamonds. However, after hearing of Hamilton East’s dialysis retreats, the idea of building a full-scale camp emerged.With some assistance from corporate sponsors and various government grants, the Lions of Ontario have developed the Camp into a unique facility that is now valued at $3,500,000. This non-profit organization, is recognized by the government as an Independent Health Facility. The Lions Camp Dorset was founded and continues to be supported by the Lions & Lioness Clubs of Ontario. Today, as in the past, groups of volunteers from clubs around the province give their time and experience to build new projects and upgrade the old. Starting from three cottages, with dialysis being performed in the back of a converted school bus, Camp Dorset has grown to enhance the dialysis patient’s vacation experience. Despite its size, Camp Dorset manages to maintain its grass roots style. While services expand, the client’s cost is kept to a minimum. The result is a state-of-the-art dialysis treatment facility which provides a place for a family getaway into the heart of Ontario’s vacation land. For more details, see www.lionscampdorset.ca
Hello Scugog Island, it feels like it has been a quite awhile since I wrote!
Call to worship on the Anniversary Celebration Sunday at Scugog Island United Church, was called by the special guest Minister, Rev. E. Frazer Lacey; Celebrating 150 years of Shared Ministry. And we're counting on another 150, and more! Next week will be Faith, Food, and Fellowship.
Sunday October 28th, Darlene Hallett will be present. Sunday November 4th is Spirit Calm.
Sunday November 11th is Remembrance Day – Our lay preacher will be Douglas G. Baird
Sunday November 18th - Robert Bennett.
Saturday November 25th is an evening with Irwin Smith, for more information, see Elizabeth Freeman or Pat Taylor.
Sunday November 25th - Catharina Bowers.
The congregation is excited to announce that in December, they will be celebrating a baptism!
I have a lot of belated birthday wishes for the month of October, and Happy Birthdays for this week go out to Susie Baird, Mustafa Subroto (both on the 21st), David Archer on the 25th, Harmony Jones on the 26th, and Jill Thompson on the 27th.
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October days are passing quickly with leaves falling, colder days, and yard clean up happening. Halloween decorations are evident, and children will be dressing up for this fun time. The Greenbank United Church front door will be open with Doug W. and friends handing out treats to the children who are invited to drop by on October 31st.
Many guests helped Muriel Tassie celebrate her 90th birthday at the church hall on Saturday, October 20th. Fred Tassie Jr. And his wife Carla came from Holland for this special occasion, and will be staying until October 26th.
Happy 39th Anniversary to Tom and Valerie Hunter whose special day was October 20th as well!
Christie Fields' next set of Yoga classes starts October 22nd, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays at her Cragg Rd. home. Please call (647) 929-2540 for information or to register.
A Miscellaneous Sale will be held at the Greenbank Centennial Hall, on November 17th from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. You may book a table to sell your own goods. The cost is $25 per table, which must be reserved by October 31st by calling Leanne Baker at (905) 985-2695.
On October 24th, the Sunderland United Church is hosting their Annual Turkey Supper with three sittings at: 4:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., and 7 p.m., and no take-out this year. Call Doris at (705) 357-2313, Pat at (705) 357-3994, Millie at (705) 357-3340; or Pat at (705) 357-3737. Admission for adults is $20, $6 for children ages 6-12, and free for children under 6.
November 7th is Seagrave's Turkey Supper with two sittings, at 4:45 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. The cost is $20 for adults, $10 for children ages 5 – 12, and admission is free for children under 5. For tickets, contact Ken or Eleanor Sturman at (905) 985-7778.
Bid Euchre is at the Greenbank Hall every Friday, starting at 7:30 p.m., on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month. For inquiries call Larry at (905) 985-3723.
Durham Beekeepers meet on the last Monday of the month at 6:45 p.m. at the Hall with informative information.
Thursday mornings from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., please join a guided meditation with Stephanie at the Greenbank United Church. However, there will be no meditation on November 1st, as members are welcome to come and meet at 10:45 a.m. with the Conference Assessment Board to share feedback on Minister Stephanie.
Fidelis Unit U.C.W. Meets Wednesday, November 7th, at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Please answer roll call with toiletries/personal items, and household items for “A Place Called Home” in Lindsay – a non-profit charitable organization that provides shelter, meals, support, and referrals to necessary services, for homeless single adults, couples, and families with children.
Evening U.C.W. Unit will meet on November 14th, at 7 p.m.
The youth are preparing for their Black Light Puppet Shows for November 30th, at 7:00 p.m., December 2nd at 7 p.m., and December 7th, with the Sunday School Concert followed by the Puppet Show. Be sure and plan to attend one or more of these great performances!
On Sunday, Doug Watson (projectionist) welcomed Reverend Les Hills, thanking him in advance for leading our service while the minister conducted the service at Vroomanton United Church. Mark and Carla Puckrin were greeters/ushers, and Rachel Martens lit the Christ Candle. The music ministry sung by the choir was “Praise Unto the Lord”, with words and music arranged by Wm. Doug Watson and Donna Barber.
With this being the 122nd Anniversary of Greenbank Methodist then United Church, Reverend Hills shared some trivia of the past. He also discussed the increased awareness and support of cancer research and patients as a result of the faith and determination of Terry Fox 37 years ago. He also talked of the need to reach out to those on the outer edges of society world wide, and to remain grounded in the teachings of Jesus and the disciples.
Next week's service is at 11:00 a.m., and the Sunday School older children, 6 and 7 years old and up, have started to learn to play their new ukuleles.
Sincere condolences to the families of Olive Evans, niece Cathy Moufflier, nephew Ron Evans of Greenbank, and the many Wilson and Evans relatives. Olive grew up on her parents' Epsom farm, then lived with her husband Lawrence in Uxbridge. She passed away October 16th, 2018, and her Celebration of Life Service was Tuesday October 23rd, at 2 p.m., at the Uxbridge Baptist Church. She is remembered by many.
On November 5th, at 7:00 p.m., at the Greenbank Hall, Ian McKecknie, one of the Armistice Week Author Series, will speak on “Nursing Sisters”.
We send our sympathies to the family, and 8 children and relatives, of Olive Wilson Evans upon her passing on October 16th, 2018. Olive, daughter of Mary and Joseph Wilson, spent her childhood on the farm on Concession 7, now known as Medd Rd. Olive was married to the late Lawrence Evans and many family, relatives and friends will come together on Tuesday October 23rd, at the Baptist Church in Uxbridge, to celebrate and honour this lovely lady.
The Bethesda-Reach WI will meet at the Epsom Church on Wednesday, October 24th at 7:30 p.m. The speaker will be Mr. Steve Rensink, and the topic will be "All about Flutes".
The Epsom/Utica Church Beef Supper is fast approaching at the Utica Hall. Start time is 4:30 p.m., and it goes to 7 p.m., on Friday November 2nd.
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The Blackstock Cartwright Lions Club will be hosting their Halloween dance at the Blackstock Recreation Centre this Saturday, October 27th. Doors open at 8 p.m. Advance tickets are available for $25.00 by calling Connie Ashmore at (905) 926-4913 or through Penny's Mini Mart in Blackstock or Strack’s in Burketon.
Tickets at the door are $30, subject to availability as only 150 tickets are available. There will be a cash bar and silent auction. Music by Steven Waters & Cartwright Boundary. All proceeds will go to the Oak Ridges Hospice of Durham.
The Walking Program at the Blackstock Recreation Centre is starting up again on November 5th.
It will be on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. each week until April 2019.
This week’s Euchre winners: George Wind came in first place; Ellen Gibson and JoAnne Wind shared second and third place, Phil Sibbert finished in fourth place, Lawrence McLaughlin came in fifth place, and Ellen Gibson had the most lone hands. The Blackstock Euchre Club meets every Tuesday evening in the Blackstock United Church Hall (except holidays). Play starts at 7:30 p.m. sharp, and everyone is welcome.
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Bethesda - Reach WI will be holding their October meeting on Wednesday the 24th at 7:30 p.m. at the Epsom United Church. The speaker will be Steve Rensink, and the topic will be: All about Flutes. He will be presenting examples from his collection. Bethesda - Reach WI will recognized the International Day of Rural Women on October 15th. Please support this U.N. initiative by filling out the United Nation's Rural Women's Survey found at acww.org.uk. It is important that rural women (farm and non-farm) from all nations participate. What better way to celebrate United Nations Day on October 24th. In addition, October 16th was World Food Day. Another U.N. goal for poverty-reduction and sustainable food development is to have Zero Hunger in the world by the year 2030. Reducing food waste immediately, in all our homes, is a good start. What can we do to support this?
John DeBono called with an update about the subdivision development proposed on the former Bailey Farm At Epsom. He had several inquiries concerning this as he visited here. The property was resold approximately eighteen months ago. The new sight plan passed at Scugog Council this past week, so maybe construction will start soon. Hopefully all will go well for the new owners.
Keep November 2nd open to attend the church Beef supper at the Utica Hall. Serving will be from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The congregation at Epsom welcomes you to church each Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Please send news items to email@example.com
Caesarea Nestleton Euchre
43 people showed up to enjoy our club’s pizza night and to play cards. Thursday's Euchre results were: Doug Day, Shirley Oldfield and Linda Lake tied for first place. Val Preibe came in second. Third place was a tie between Diane Slute and Dawn McCombe. Fourth place was also a two way tie between Jason Parsons and Lorna Edgerton. Barb Blue finished in fifth place. Doug Day had the most lone hands. Carol Beatty had the low score.
Congratulations to all of our winners and we look forward to seeing you next Thursday. Caesarea-Nestleton Euchre is held every Thursday (except holidays) at 7:30 p.m. in the Nestleton Community Hall; everyone is welcome.
Blackstock Cartwright Lions Club
It's countdown time to our Hallowe'en Dance at the Blackstock Recreation Centre. Saturday, October 27th, is the date and 8:00 p.m. is the starting time. If you are looking for tickets, ask for Connie at Penny's Mini - Mart in beautiful downtown Blackstock. The proceeds from this event will go directly to the new hospice in Scugog. More details will be available once we have confirmed the date of our guest speaker, who will update us.
With 2 days of record heat behind us and a week of unseasonably cold ahead, you better get ready for a cold winter ahead. What a terrible thought! However, the autumn colours are better than usual this year, but if you haven’t seen them this week, they will be past their peak by the coming weekend. Many trees are already bare and losing their summer cloaks quickly. Scout’s motto, “Be Prepared!”
A couple of goofs last week! First, the Jazz and Blues Concert was not on October 7th, but on October 14th, and it was a wonderful concert, with a goodly attendance of about 80 people. The music was terrific even though one group, Django Djunkies, had to cancel due to illness.
Bill Morrison headlined the performance with a number of Blues songs, accompanied by a couple of very different guitars. Next, two members of the group Northern Latitude, Scot Benson and Susan Sheard, played with a different style. They serenaded; he on guitar, and she on the vocals with a haunting flute.
Garth Dynes was the last act; I have always admired those who can play guitar while either singing or playing the harmonica at the same time. That takes concentration! Bill Morrison accompanied him on several songs, and they made a very complementary team.
The last event at the Foster Memorial for the year will be on November 18th, at 1:30 p.m., when “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens will be performed. Please mark your calendars and join us for an early start to the season.
The second mistake was that Gwen Layton will indeed be speaking about Lucy Maud Montgomery at the Uxbridge Scott Historical Society on October 17th, but it will be about Lucy Maud Montgomery's involvement in activities surrounding World War 1 (WW1). Maud was deeply involved in things such as the Red Cross. The meeting will be held at the school house, Uxbridge Scott Museum, at 7:00 p.m. Admission by donation.
Several congratulations to be given this week! Gordon and Susan Weatherup celebrated their 25th anniversary. Mr. And Mrs. Grant Smith celebrated their 66th anniversary. Happy birthday goes out to Lynn Rhodes Campbell, and Nan Hill. I learned that Grant Hill is now a resident of the nursing home in Beaverton, a neighbour to George Kydd. Best wishes to all of them.
Next Saturday another very active lady, Muriel Tassie, will celebrate her 90th birthday at the Greenbank Church, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Rather than gifts, please contribute to the fund for a lift at the church. Muriel is also an active member of the Uxbridge Horticultural Society, and she is found each month greeting members and handing out tickets.
Best wishes go out to Alicia Moore and her new husband Jeffrey Nesker who were married in Toronto last Sunday. Present were her grandparents Bruce and Barb Harwood, as well as her brother George and his wife Jenelle from Okotokes, Alberta. Alicia's Uncle Steve and Aunt Sandra, from Georgia, also attended. Many other friends and family were also present. Married on October 13th were Cindy Risebrough and Amanda Van der Gulick.
Congratulations also to the junior boys of Scott Central Public School, who came home with a GOLD in soccer on Saturday afternoon. Way to play boys!
The Sandford Hall was the site for the Central Ontario Women’s Institute meeting last Thursday, October 11th . Women came from Dufferin - Peel, York Region , Durham Region and Kawartha Lakes. Sadly, there are few such groups in our area now. The Sandford WI folded a few years ago, and Zephyr before them. Unfortunately, the speaker who was to speak on Lymes disease was ill, but information was shared about this increasing risk. Joyce Kelly is currently the President. Her grandson, Graham, is a member of the National Rowing Team and spoke of his experiences on the way to Canadian Nationals at Burnaby in November and to the Olympics in Japan.
Barb Weese informed me that the WI had contributed funds to the WI in Dunrobin, scene of the recent Tornado, to be used for assistance to families. In the terrible fires of Fort McMurray, money was also contributed through WI to assist in the many problems just now emerging in mental health, physical health and other longer term results of the catastrophic event in the lives of children and adults.
Please remember the all-day Lucy Maud Montgomery Day to be held October 27th at the Leaskdale Historic Church, including lunch if you wish. See the website or facebook page for details, and how to sign up, if you did not get a letter of notification.
On Sunday October 14th, there was a wonderful service at the Sandford church as we celebrated 167 years of involvement in the community, first known as Salem. Although the present church was opened in 1899 the planning started in 1898, 120 years ago.
Reverend Eiko conducted the worship while local boy Reverend Jim Hackner delivered a rousing message about breathing life into bare bones, which is what we often feel like. The welcome was given by Earle Lockerby, who recently arrived, with his wife, from their summer trip in PEI. (Unfortunately, his wife Heidi had a fall while they were away, and they discovered there was a fracture). Nancy Wolfe accompanied Melinda Delorme on the organ. Melinda and her husband Darrel Sultana had composed a special, and very beautiful, “Celebrate Anniversary Praise” song, which they delivered; Darrel on the guitar and voice, and Melinda with the ukulele and her own beautiful voice.
Next week in Zephyr, the congregation will celebrate their church anniversary at 11:00 a.m. Our former Minister Reverend Diane Bennett-Jones will conduct the worship. All are invited.
As the charge is only paying our minister ¾ time, Reverend Eiko will be on leave from October 15th, to November. She will be returning to Japan, and living and working in her home town. In the meantime the churches will gather together jointly and alternatively.
Don’t forget our Gala on Thursday, October 18th, at 7:30 p.m. Linda Dempster is a folk singer who will sing and play guitar, although she plays other instruments. Her career has been varied and illustrious. Finally, Carol Kingsley and Fred Tierney came to us from Port Perry playing banjo and ukulele, and singing, and making jokes. Last year they kept the audience in stitches. We welcome them back, and you. Tickets are $20.
Tony and Margaret Duivesteyn, former Devitts Road residents for almost 60 years, are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary today. The family is hosting an Open House for them on Saturday, October 20th from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Durham Christian Homes, located at 200 Glenn Hill Drive in Whitby. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Registration for the Blackstock Curling Club is open. The season begins on Tuesday, October 23rd and meets every Tuesday, with two 10-week schedules wrapping up in March 2019. No previous experience is necessary. For more information, contact Doug Kadowaki at (905) 986-4263 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cartwright Central Public School (CCPS) is hosting a free community night on Wednesday October 24th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. A slight change has been made to the schedule as outlined in this column last week. From 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sara Schleien, DDSB Senior Psychologist will be speaking on the timely topic of “Growing Resilience.” Resilience can be cultivated and grown like a garden with the right strategies. This talk will focus on the "four H's of resilience", as a framework for supporting our children and adolescents as they develop their abilities to adventurously take on new challenges. The talk has been scheduled right at the beginning of the evening, and is open to anyone interested in attending. For more information or to reserve a seat, please contact the school by calling: (905) 986-4227 or emailing: email@example.com. From 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. attendees will be able to peruse through the break out rooms and displays. Organizations with youth programming have been invited to participate, including groups involved with sports, recreation, well-being or other youth events. A few of the community groups confirmed so far include: The 1st Port Perry Scouting Group, Hoskins Stable, Scugog Township, Emmanuel Youth Drop-In Centre, and the Blackstock Co-op Nursery School. For organizations interested in attending, the event is completely free and the school will provide a table to each participant. For more information, please contact Angie Fairfield by calling: (905) 986-4113 or emailing her at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you placed an order of local veggies supplied by Murray Hill Farm and/or apples from Apples by Algoma Orchards as part of the CCPS Fundraiser, pick up will be at the school during the event between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Reaching Out Yoga meets in the Blackstock United Church on Church Street. Monday evening classes are from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Wednesday morning classes are from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. On the second and fourth Saturday of each month, classes are offered from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Pay as you go for $10 per one hour class on Mondays and Wednesdays and $15 per 90 minute class on Saturdays. Everyone is welcome. For more information, please call: (905) 986-5952.
Zumba classes meet at the Blackstock United Church. Zumba Gold for seniors is on Wednesday mornings from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Pay as you go for $5.00 per one hour class. Regular Zumba is Wednesday evening from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Pay as you go for $10 per one hour class. All ages are welcome. For more information, please call (905) 986-5068.
Save the date: The Blackstock Co-op Nursery School (BCNS) is hosting a Mindful Flow Yoga Night with Bobbi Reid on Wednesday, November 14th from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Blackstock Recreation Centre. All levels are welcome. Admission per person for the one hour class is a $10-$15 sliding scale with all proceeds to benefit the nonprofit school. To register for the class, please contact BCNS at:(905) 986-4585 or email: email@example.com
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This week’s Euchre winners: Jocelyn Bradbury came in first place; Dianne Slute came in second place; George Wind finished in third place; Doris Manns took fourth place and Elmo Gibson and Jannie VanSchagen finished in fifth place. Linda Carder, Jocelyn Bradbury, Elmo Gibson and Mary Lou Breward won the specials. The Blackstock Euchre Club meets every Tuesday evening in the Blackstock United Church Hall (except holidays). Play starts at 7:30 p.m. sharp and everyone is welcome.
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