Public Notices/Announcements - Peterborough/Lindsay - Telecare Peterborough needs Phone Volunteers

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 06/27/2022 - 17:35
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Summer training will be starting mid July 2022. The training consists of 50 hours and is done independently and online. There is a short introductory unit and then the first zoom session will be Thursday July 14, 2022 from 7pm to 9pm. Sessions continue every Monday and Thursday evening from 7pm to 9pm until August 26th. (with the exception of the week of August 1st). Trainees are expected to participate in all sessions. The rest of the hours of training are made up through a variety of independent self learning tools/units. Cost of Training is $50. Subsidies are available.  For more information or to apply  Deadline for applications is July 10th.    Please note Volunteers work out of an office in Peterborough.

Community Event - Burlington/Oakville - Burlington Car Show - July 9

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 06/27/2022 - 09:02
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6th Annual Burlington Car Show on Brant St. in Downtown Burlington from Lakeshore Rd. to Caroine St. July 9, 2022 from 10am-5pm Show cars, exotic vehicles, cars of every decade, music, vendors, sidewalk sales & more. In support of Joseph Brant Hospital
Downtown Burlington
Brant St. between Lakeshore & Caroline

Public Notices/Announcements - Kingston - GREEK FEST 2022

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sun, 06/26/2022 - 15:49
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Greek Fest 2022 is coming soon!  The Hellenic Orthodox Community of Kingston, located at 121 Johnson St. wishes to welcome everyone on August 20, 2022 starting at 11am.  Come join us for traditional food, music, & entertainment.  Experience our culture and hospitality at its best!  For more information, please call 613-546-9841.   

Community Event - Chatham - We're Going on a Road Trip at CKPL!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sat, 06/25/2022 - 11:59
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Pack your library bag and head on over to your local branch of Chatham-Kent Public Library where you can participate in our Road Trip Adult Summer Reading Contest. You want in on this contest? To participate, visit your local library branch to pick up your Road Trip bookmark. Visit your library 3 times and your bookmark becomes a ballot to win one of our terrific branch prizes. Each branch prize features gift cards to different venues and destinations in Chatham-Kent that you just can’t miss! Do you visit our library system virtually? You can participate in our Road Trip Adult Summer Reading Contest too! Follow us on our social media for the link to enter Virtual Road Trip Adult Summer Reading Contest and fill in the ballot for your chance to win! Contest begins July 4 and runs until August 31 for ages 16+. Follow us on our social media channels all summer long for great reading suggestions as you go on road trips this summer! To find out more about programs and events at Chatham-Kent Public Library, visit
Chatham-Kent Public Library
120 Queen Street
N7M 2G6

Community Event - Chatham - Teen Summer Reading Contest at CKPL!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sat, 06/25/2022 - 11:54
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Level up your reading game this year with the Teen Summer Reading program at Chatham-Kent Public Library! CKPL has many collections to keep teens engaged this summer. Come check out graphic novels, board games, teen reads, and even video games – all free with your library card! From June 25 through August 27 readers aged 12-18 have the chance to win prizes. Fill out a ballot when you borrow materials and you’re entered into the draw! Attend a teen program and get an extra ballot. The more you borrow or do at the library, the more chances to win! The Grand Prize this year is a Switch Lite! Teens can also look forward to a Teen Summer Switch Party! Come in, play games, make friends, and have fun! Stay tuned to CKPL’s socials and event calendar for dates and times of teen programs at a branch near you! To find out more about programs and events at Chatham-Kent Public Library, visit
Chatham-Kent Public Library
120 Queen Street
N7M 2G6

Community Event - Niagara - GM St. Catharines Car Show & Open House

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 06/24/2022 - 15:23
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GM St. Catharines is proud to welcome the community back for our annual Show n' Shine Car Show on Friday, August 12 from 10:00 AM-4:00 PM. Location: GM St. Catharines, 570 Glendale Avenue, St. Catharines, Ontario (in McKinnon Park) Cost: $10 per vehicle; spectators are free (must be 18+ to enter a vehicle) All proceeds donated to United Way Niagara. This car show is only open to GM-powered vehicles (must have a GM engine or transmission to enter a vehicle). This year will also feature Open House tours of the plant from 12:00 PM-2:00 PM and 4:00 PM-6:00 PM. Walk through our two million square foot facility to see where the V6 and V8 engines, and the GF6 and C8 transmissions, are assembled. Open house tours are free to the public, but you must register in advance. Must be 10+ to enter the plant; anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. To register for the Car Show or Open House visit and click 'Annual Show n' Shine Car Show'. For questions or concerns please contact
GM St. Catharines (McKinnon Park)
570 Glendale Avenue
St. Catharines

Community Event - Niagara - Join and Support Emma's Walk for Hydrocephalus!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 06/24/2022 - 11:40
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Emma’s Walk for Hydrocephalus will take place on Merritt Island in Welland, ON at 10:00 am. Emma’s goal is to raise awareness of hydrocephalus, a neurological condition that can develop at any time throughout a person’s lifespan. Emma St. Aubin’s journey with hydrocephalus started shortly after birth at 6 weeks old when she was diagnosed with the condition and had brain surgery to implant a shunt to keep her alive. Hydrocephalus is often referred to as “water on the brain”. It can develop at any time of life and is caused when there is a blockage of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) that cushion the brain and spinal cord. The blockage causes pockets in the brain to swell. Treatment is typically brain surgery to insert a shunt system that moves the excess fluid to another part of the body (usually the abdomen) to be reabsorbed. If left untreated it can cause varying degrees of brain damage. People impacted by hydrocephalus, even after treatment can have serious challenges, including chronic headaches, seizures, multiple revisions, extreme fatigue, nausea, incontinence, as well as a decline in academic and professional performance. Oftentimes, it is rare for a person to go their entire life with one surgery. Emma has had multiple complications and surgeries since she was first diagnosed. Her most recent surgery in May for a blocked shunt, spearheaded her need to raise awareness and funds for Hydrocephalus Canada’s research program, support programs and services across the country. “Unfortunately there is no cure, however I hope that one day there will be, so that no one has to go through multiple brain surgeries like myself and many others. That is why we need your help to find a cure!” comments Emma. To learn more about Emma’s Walk for Hydrocephalus” visit her giving page at To register for the event, or request an interview contact Emma's mom Amy at 905-788-6720 or #hydrocephalus #spinabifida
Merritt Island
8 Merrit Island
M8Y 1H2
Welland, ON