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Benefit Garage Sale & Fun Day For LVTC
The Lennoxville Vocational Training Centre (LVTC) is inviting the population to its Family Festival that is being organized by its students on Saturday July 11th, at the Centre located at 1700, rue College, Sherbrooke, entrance 6 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

The students at the Centre will be organizing a garage sale with tables available for the general public. Many activities will also be organized for the whole family such as: inflatable games, childrens make-up, tractor rides, carnival games, medieval combat, music and entertainment. As well the Centre will be open for guided tours. Local artisans are welcome and space will be available inside for them to sell their products. There will also be many door prizes handed out!

Proceeds from the event will be going towards the student aid fund that supports students at the Centre who are in need of financial assistance to continue with their studies.

Join us on July 11th for a fun filled day and make a difference in the lives of our students.

Benefit Event For Stanstead Historical Society
There will be a Barn Dance Benefit event for the Stanstead Historical Society on Saturday August 8th at 5 pm. 5:15 square dance, 6:15 BBQ mechoui, 8:30 pm auction. There will be live music from 7 pm to 11 pm. The band will be Classic Boulevard and there will also be a bonfire. Tickets are on sale at the Colby Curtis Museum, call 819 876 7322 to reserve. The square dancers are the North County Swinger and the caller is Ray Moskovich.

Information Session At North Hatley Legion

Mutual Aid and Support Veterans Estrie will be holding an information session on procedures and requests to Veterans Affairs Canada, on July 7, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the North Hatley Legion #242, 95 Jackson Heights, North Hatley. All those interested are welcome.

Richmond County Historical Society Hours And Exhibits
Richmond County Historical Society

Richmond County Historical Society announces that the Museum at 1296, Route 243 is open for six weeks, July 1 - August 9, Wednesday to Sunday afternoons from 1:00 to 5:00. A special Scots heritage exhibit is displayed throughout the Museum together with many other collections. Bilingual guides will explain the Museum tour.

Ice Cream Social In Waterville
There will be an ice cream social at the Waterville North Hatley United Church in Waterville on Thursday, July 9th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Sundaes, cupcakes, cones, drinks, hotdogs, drinks, chips, and coffee will be served rain or shine. Everyone is welcome. Food items sold separately.

Fun And Fitness Try Athlon Fundraiser
6th Year
We try harder for our friends, for ourselves,

for others in need. A participation event to raise funds
for the Breakfast Program at Lennoxville Elementary School
a healthy, nutritious, early morning start to the day.

JULY 11, 2015 ( Rain or Shine )

8:30 AM SWIM at the beach, children, teens, others ( supervised )

10 AM CYCLING on the Lennoxville to North Hatley trail
Departure point Capelton Mines parking area ( Post 8 )
2 Km towards Stafford and return ( total 4 Km - Post 10 )
3.8 Km towards Kingdom and return ( total 7.6 Km - Post 11.8 )
7.1 Km towards North Hatley dam and return ( total 14.2 Km - Post 15.1)
Wear a helmet. Carry water. Small children must be accompanied.

11 AM ( or earlier ) WALK / RUN on the trail towards North Hatley
Departure point Capelton Mines parking area ( Post 8 )
2 Km to Post 9 and return / 4 Km to Post 10 ( Stafford ) and return /
6 Km to Post 11 and return / 7.6 Km to post 11.8 ( Kingdom ) and return.
Avoid dehydration. Bring water. Small children must be accompanied.

12:30 PM We celebrate our achievements with BRUNCH served at
the Church hosted by the Deacons Court of St. Andrews Church.

DONATIONS at Church, or to participants. Mail: St. Andrews Church,
256 Queen St., Sherbrooke, Qc. J1M 1K6. (819)569-3100 Make cheques
payable to the Church for the TRY-ATHLON. Tax receipts issued for
donations of $20. or more. Our goal is $2000. *See Facebook Event Page*
REGISTRATION mandatory by JULY 7th No fee required to participate.
Cross lake swimmers must be approved as fit and competent.
Rev. John Barry Forsyth (819)346-2638

Borderfest 2015 in Stanstead
Borderfest 2015 is a day of fun, family, community and celebration of our Border. The day is July 11th at the Stanstead sport complex 35, Parks Street . The start of the festivities is at 9:30 am with the 5 km run beginning at the Stanstead Town hall, the Parade begins at 10:30 am, after the Parade the day starts at the Sports complex with Games for all ages, we have Fish races, face painting, karaoke show, Bingo, Wrestling show, a magic show, the evening kicks off with the Midnight Groove band at 7:00 pm and closes with some fabulous fireworks. If you want to continue with the Party you can head down to the Stanstead Recreation center at 160 Railroad street in Stanstead were the band Splitsun will continue the party.

Tea And Exhibits At Colby Curtis Museum
Victorian Tea is served at the Colby-Curtis Museum at 535 Dufferin Rd. in Stanstead, QC. into our beautiful solarium looking on the Victorian garden on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. If you are a group more than 6 people, please reserve before at (819)876-7322 or by e-mail: info@colby-curtis. The cost of the tea is $7 (includes tea, scones, homemade jam, Devonshire cream and squares.

Our two exhibits for the summer and fall:

1. Mother, Father, Child: Changing Family relations from Victorian Times to the Present: June 13th until the end of August 2015

2. The County Fair: Agricultural Improvement and Popular Culture in Stanstead County including the Ayers Cliff fair: 1 July to the end of October.

Lennoxville Farmers Market July 18th
Another famers market in Lennoxville will be held on Saturday July 18th from 10 am to noon between the train tracks at the former co op building. Local produce and crafts by local artisans.

Lennoxville & Ascot Historical Museum Exhibit
How did Lennoxville get its name? Why is this street named after that person? Where are the bridges in Lennoxville? Find the answers to these questions and more at the Names and Places exhibition presented by the Lennoxville-Ascot Historical and Museum Society until May 22, 2016. The exhibit is located on the second floor of Uplands, 9 Speid Street, Sherbrooke (Borough of Lennoxville).

New Exhibition of Art at Uplands

Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre invites the general public to its new art exhibition featuring the work of Catherine Young Bates. Her paintings will be displayed all summer from June 28th to September 6th, 2015. The invitation is also extended to come meet the artist at a vernissage which will be held Sunday, June 28th between 2- 4 p.m. at 9 Speid Street in Sherbrooke (Borough of Lennoxville).

Strawberry Social At Moe s River
The Annual Moe s River Strawberry-Ice Cream Social
Sunday, July 5, 2015
2 to5pm
Moe s River Church
Parking in the Mill Yard and in Ronnie Hazeltine s yard
Bring your own Lawn Chairs
There will be music, dancing, raffles, great conversation, desserts, and of course ice cream and strawberries!

Community Aid News & Services
Message 1: Would you consider yourself a handyman or handylady? Do you enjoy helping seniors? Lennoxville and District Community Aid is currently recruiting workers for a job bank designed to help seniors out with household chores (for example; yard work, gardening, grocery shopping, cleaning, etc). You will not be hired by Community Aid but your name will be given to our clients who need your help. For questions or to get involved, please contact Lennoxville and District Community Aid at 819-821-4779. Please note: you must be over 16 years of age to apply.

Message 2: Looking for something to do this summer? Why not help out at Lennoxville and District Community Aid! We are currently recruiting honest, reliable and responsible workers for a job bank to help seniors. You will not be hired by Community Aid but your name will be given to our clients who need your help. Jobs could include yard work, cleaning or gardening. Call Lennoxville and District Community Aid for more information or to apply 819-821-4779. You must be over 16 years of age.

Piggery Theatre Celebrates 50th Anniversary
This year we are celebrating our 50th. Anniversary as an important cultural venue in the Eastern Townships. Join us in a walk down memory lane as you enjoy displays of historical items, photos, entertainment and food.
Our 50th. Anniversary Weekend will be held August 1st. and 2nd. More details to come.

Dinners are available before the show at 6 pm. for $18 Reservations are required

Join us in helping us start our 50th. year celebration.Check out our web page for the 2015 season. There are a few more things to add but are awaiting confirmation and details.

Garage Sale At Granite Museum
Granit Central Museum located at 14 Notre Dame Blvd. West, in Stanstead,
will hold their next weekly Flea Market and yard sale on Saturday May 9 from 9am till 3pm, .
All venders are welcome, no charge. If any one needs a table it will be
provided for a small fee. Any one wishing to reserve an area, please call
819-876-5576 There will be garage sales throughout the summer every Saturday at the same time rain or shine.

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