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Benefit Used Book Sale in Lennoxville
The Bishops/Champlain Refugee Student Sponsorship Committee is holding a large Used Book Sale at the Lennoxville United Church, 6 Church Street, on Thursday, October 23 from 4 8 p.m.; Friday, October 24 from 11 a.m. 8 p.m.; and Saturday, October 25 from 9 a.m. noon. There will be a large selection of books including popular mysteries and novels, cookbooks, textbooks; childrens books and much more. Most books are $1.00 or less. If you have books in good condition to donate please bring them to the church on Wednesday, October 22 between 1 6 p.m. or Thursday, October 23 between 9 a.m. noon.

All proceeds go to help our sponsored students.


Flu Shot Information
Flu shots given from November 5 to 13 at the Centre de Foires in Sherbrooke by appointment. Free to children 6 to 23 months, people with a chronic illness, people aged 60 and over or those in their entourage. The cost is $15.00 for others. Please bring your medicare card and wear a loose fitting top. Make your appointment online at www.monvaccin.ca or call 819 780 2222 to set up an appointment.

Musical Revue Honoruing Veterans
A musical revue honoring Veterans in Melody and Song will be held at the Bulwer Community Centre on Friday October 24 at 7pm. It is a homage to veterans, soldiers, and war brides through music of the era performed by local musicians and actors. Admission is $8.00 per person and $4.00 for children. Refreshments included. Veterans admitted for free.

Lecture & Luncheon At Colby Curtis Museum
Jeff Packard will give a presentation titled Tempest in the Teapot The Cedarville Georgeville rivalry and the establishment of Canadian Customs on Lake Memphremagog. The lecture will be held on Saturday October 25 at 10:30am. The Colby Curtis Museum is located at 535 Dufferin Road in Stanstead. The cost is $15.00 for members and $20.00 for non members, includes lunch. For more information call 819 876 7322.

16th Annual Robin Burns Lecture
The lecture will be held on Wednesday November 5 at 7pm in the Cleghorn Common Room in McGreer at Bishop s University. Author and historian Michel Litalien from the Canadian Forces Museums and Historical Collection of the Department of National Defense will give a presentation. The event is free and all are welcome. Refreshments follow the lecture. Please rsvp to etrc@ubishops.ca or 819 9600 ext 2647

Annual Tait Chattopadhyay Memorial Lecture
Humanities Department at Champlain College in Lennoxville invites everyone to the annual Tait Chattopadhyay Memorial Lecture on Wednesday, October 22 at 7:30 in the Bishop s Centennial Theatre. This year Scott Fried who is a youth health and sex educator and HIV AIDS activist will give a presentation called Making a Connection Intimacy in the Age of Social Media. Free and all welcome. Call 819 564 3666 ext 145

Bazaar & Turkey Supper In Lennoxville
There will be a bazaar and turkey supper at the Lennoxville United Church on Saturday, November 15th. Bazaar opens at 3pm. For supper at 4:30pm, call Frances at 819 346 6203 or 5:30pm sitting call Frankie at 819 842 1035 or 6:30pm sitting call Joan at 819 849 7202.

Storytelling Festival Across Townships
From October 16th to 26th. Check out the festival s website at www.lesjourssontcontes.com for information.

All You CAN EAT Roast Beef Supper
There will be an ALL YOU CAN EAT roast beef supper on Sunday October 26th at the Unity 8 Odd Fellows Hall located at 4150 rte 147 in Waterville Huntingville from 4:30 pm to 6pm. Delicious roast beef, vegetables, salad, rolls, ice cream with strawberries and cake for dessert. Coffee, tea, juice or water to drink. All profits go to help needy community projects. All welcome, admission charged. Special price for families. No reservations necessary!

St Andrew s Presbyterian Church 150th Anniversary
The St Andrw s Presbyterian Church located at 256 Queen St in Lennoxville will have two events to celebrate. On Saturday, October 25th there will be dessert and coffee at 6:30pm and an informal time with the McCombies. On Sunday, October 26th there will be a service of worship at 3pm with guest speaker and former minister Dr. Alex McCombie. For those only who attend the service of worship, there will be a roast beef supper following the service. Donations for the supper accepted. Please confirm by October 21st by calling Norma Brown at 819 562 5014 or Rev. John Barry Forsyth at 819 346 2638.

Used Book Sale
The Sherbrooke Rotary Club is having a gigantic book sale at the Carrefour de LEstrie from Thursday October 23rd to Sunday, October 26th. All books range from $1.00 to $5.00. Quality used books for everyone in the family. Proceeds will be used to help different organizations in Sherbrooke.

Free Film Nights At Foreman Art Gallery
3 films shown to accompany exhibition titled Kids These Days. Teenage will be presented on Wed Oct 8 at 7pm, Rebel Without A Cause shown on Wed Oct 15th at 7pm and Dollhouse shown on Wed Oct 22nd at 7pm.

Cubs And Scouts In Magog
Scouts 4th Lake Magog:

Cubs aged between 8 to 10 y.o. and scouts aged between 11 to 14 y.o. Our meetings already began but we are still welcoming new members. You can come to see us and register at PEES (Princess Elizabeth Elementary school) in Magog on Monday evenings between 6h and 7h30 pm. Also adult volunteer needed, no experience necessary.``


Spaghetti Supper To Benefit LES

Lennoxville Elementary School P.P.O. Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser on Friday, October 24, 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., in the school cafeteria (1 Academy St., Lennoxville). A fabulous feast of salad, rolls, spaghetti, juice or coffee & dessert. Tickets - Adults: $8., child: $6., family (2 adults, 2 children): $25. plus $3. for each additional child. A great way to enjoy a delicious home cooked meal without having to do the cooking or dishes and support L.E.S. students activities!

Mental Health Information Session
Mental Health Estrie in collaboration with Bishop s University and Universite de Sherbrooke, invites the community to join them for a Mental Health Information Session, titled Spirituality and Mental Health, Thursday, October 23rd at 7 p.m. at the Amde Beaudoin Community Centre located at 10 Samuel-Gratham in Lennoxville. Join us for an interactive panel discussion featuring spiritual and mental health experts. Admission is free and all are welcome. For more information, contact Mental Health Estrie at 819-565-3777.

Wales Home Foundation Book Launch
A fund raiser for the Wales Home in Cleveland near Richmond will be a book launch for the book titled Memories Everlasting. It is stories, poems, and photographs from residents at the home and a few community members. The official launch will take place at the home on Thursday November 20th at 2pm. The cost of the book is twenty dollars. All profits go the Wales Home Foundation. To order a copy please contact Rebecca Taylor at rtaylor@waleshome.ca

Magog Library And Fall Activiites
The Library in Magog is pleased to announce to the population its fall programming that offers a range of activities for all ages and all tastes. Programming takes off Sept. 17 to increase in October, as part of the Month of public libraries in the Eastern Townships, and end at the end of December.

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