Community Event - North Bay - Callander's Annual FunFest - Sat June 29th

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8:00 – 10:30  Pancake breakfast Community Centre

11:00    Parade Main St.S north bound past Centennial Park to Swale St. to Community Centre

10:00 – 5:00  Centennial Park craft and food vendors;  inflatables; face painting; reptile camp; music performances in the gazebo featuring The J.O.Y. Band, Steph’s Total Percussion, TOROS and The County Band.

10:00pm  Fireworks



Community Centre and Centennial Park
Swale St. and Main St.N.
P0H 1H0

Community Event - Milton/Halton Hills - Overcome your Fear of Public Speaking Today!

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Public speaking is a common fear that can hinder your personal and professional growth. Whether you need to present a project at work, give a toast at your best friend's wedding, or simply want to communicate more effectively, attending a Toastmasters meeting can be a transformative experience. Here’s why you should consider joining:

1. Conquer Your Fear of Public Speaking- Many people are terrified of speaking in front of an audience. Toastmasters provides a supportive environment where you can practice and improve your speaking skills. With each meeting, you gain confidence and learn to manage your nerves, making public speaking less intimidating.

 2. Enhance Your Professional Skills - In today's competitive job market, strong communication skills are essential. Toastmasters helps you develop the ability to present your ideas clearly and persuasively, which can set you apart in the workplace. Whether you're leading a meeting, pitching an idea, or networking, the skills you gain at Toastmasters will serve you well.

3. Prepare for Life’s Big Moments - From giving a toast at a wedding to delivering a eulogy, life is full of moments that require you to speak from the heart. Toastmasters provides a safe space to practice these speeches, receive constructive feedback, and refine your delivery. You'll be ready to shine during those important occasions.

 4. Receive Constructive Feedback  - At Toastmasters, feedback is a cornerstone of the learning process. Members offer constructive evaluations that help you recognize your strengths and identify areas for improvement. This supportive feedback loop accelerates your growth and builds your confidence.

5. Build Leadership Skills Beyond public speaking, Toastmasters offers opportunities to develop leadership skills. By taking on roles such as meeting facilitator or club officer, you learn to lead teams, organize events, and manage projects. These experiences are invaluable both personally and professionally.

6. Join a Community of Learners - Toastmasters is more than just a club; it's a community of individuals dedicated to self-improvement. You'll meet people from diverse backgrounds who share a common goal of becoming better communicators and leaders. This network of supportive peers can inspire and motivate you on your journey.

Take the First Step  - Attending a Toastmasters meeting can be the first step toward overcoming your fear of public speaking and becoming a more confident, effective communicator. Embrace the opportunity to grow, both personally and professionally. Your future self will thank you.

Ready to give it a try? Burlington Skyway Toastmasters meets every Wednesday from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Guests are always welcome! Visit for more information. 

St. Luke's Anglican Church
1382 Ontario St
L7S 1G1

Community Event - Kingston - Preserve Chalmers’ Historic Windows fundraiser

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Step into the luminous world of art and history in the heart of the city at 135 year old Chalmers United Church. As you arrive you will be greeted with the sound of organ played by Aurora Dokken. Noted local author and architectural historian will set the stage with an introductory presentation. Experience a multimedia presentation in the sanctuary illuminated by Chalmers’ magnificent stained-glass windows, each telling a story of its own.

Chalmers United Church
211 Barrie St
K7L 3K3

Public Notices/Announcements - Niagara - History of Pride in Canada: Proud Niagara Voices

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Join us for lunch and learn workshop as Dr. Raquel Benitez Rojas, Associate Dean of UNF's Master of Arts in Digital Media and Global Communication program, provides a historical overview exploring the key milestones and events that have shaped the LGBTQ+ rights movement in Canada. Please register in advance.

Public Notices/Announcements - Niagara - Explore your future at UNF Application Night

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Come and apply on-site with support from the UNF team. Don't miss this opportunity to check out UNF's brand new campus in Downtown Niagara Falls and see what all the buzz is about. Guests will have the opportunity to learn about our innovative programs, brand new facilities, admissions requirements, and student life.

University of Niagara Falls Canada campus: 4342 Queen St, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 7J7



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The splash pad and washrooms at Muskoka Wharf Sports Field will not open until later in the summer due to the Bay and Beyond infrastructure project.