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Fundraiser For Richmond County Historical Society
The Barn Raising by Julie Miller will be presented by It Takes a Village Theatre in partnership with the Richmond County Historical Society on Sunday, April 29 at 2 PM. This is a a bilingual play about early pioneer settlers on the St-Francis River in 1810. The first European family to settle in the Richmond area, the Cushing Family, settled in 1798. In the years after their arrival they were joined by ever-growing numbers of homesteaders. As the play begins, it is the day before the Cushings have planned a barn raising.

Join us on Sunday, April 29, at 2:00 PM at Melbourne Township Community Hall,1257 Rte. 243

Melbourne. The venue has handicapped access. Tickets: $15 for adults; $5 for children 5-10; free for children 4 and under. Reserve by calling 819-826-3929.
Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser
Sawyerville Elementary School Spaghetti supper fundraiser

April 28th from 4:30 pm till 6:30 pm

Adults:10$

children age 5-12: 5$

Children 4 and under: free

location is The Catholic Church in Sawyerville

4 Chemin Randboro
Dance At The Hut
Classic Blvd will be playing at The Hut, 300 St. Francis Street on Saturday, April 28 starting at 9 p.m. Admission $7.00 Must be 18+
Come on out and enjoy an evening of Rock and Roll!
April And May Events At The Hut

There will be 500 cards played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, April 18th
at 1:30 p.m.. Everyone welcome.

Mililtary Whist will be played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, April 25th
at 1:30 p.m.. To reserve a place for yourself or a table for 4,
please contact Cheryl Bradley at 569-2067.

There will be 500 cards played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, May 2nd
at 1:30 p.m.. Everyone welcome.

Mililtary Whist will be played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, May 9th
at 1:30 p.m.. To reserve a place for yourself or a table for 4,
please contact Cheryl Bradley at 569-2067.
Please note this is the last game of the season. Have a great
summer everyone, see you in the fall.
Poetry Lecture
Bards & Biscuits National Poetry Month on April 22 from 1pm to 2:30pm at the North Hatley Library located on 165 Main St. in North Hatley. Gluten free option for the biscuits also. Local poets include Marjorie Bruhmeller, Steve Luxton, Ann Scowcroft, and Derek Webster.
Bake Sale And Tea Party
The women of Plymouth-Trinity United Church are holding a Spring Bake Sale and Tea Party at 380 Dufferin Ave., on Saturday, April 28 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Come and purchase your favourite home-baked treats and stay for a cup of tea (or coffee) and sweetbreads for only $5.
Art Exhibition At Foreman Art Gallery
The team at the Foreman Art Gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening reception of our upcoming exhibition: L art est vivant. Presented from April 21 to July 7, 2018, the exhibition is opening on Saturdy April 21 from 3 to 5 p.m.


L art est vivant
The last in a three-year series of exhibitions dedicated to new audiences, Art is Alive evokes the connections between art and life, based on the cultural history of Quebec, today marked by the industrialization of biotechnology.

April Events At The Hut
Flea market and bake sale to be held on April 21st
at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318, 300 St. Francis Street,
Lennoxville, from 9:00 to 2:00. Snacks are available. To
reserve a table call Wanda Evans 565-7099.

The annual Spring bazaar and salad supper will be held at "The Hut",
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville on Saturday April 28th.
Silent auction, bake table and sales tables open at 3:00 .
Supper begins at 4:30. Turkey, ham and various salads served. Coffee
tea and deserts included. Not to be missed.

Fundraiser For Eaton Corner Museum
Eaton Corner Museum Spring Brunch
Sunday, April 15h - 11 am - 1:30 pm
Bulwer Community Centre
254 Jordan Hill Road, Bulwer

Menu - Pancakes with maple syrup, ham, scrambled eggs, baked beans, potatoes, desserts, juice, tea/coffee All home made and served with a smile!
Price - Adults $10 Children $6

April Events At Literacy In Action

On Wednesday April 18th at 7pm, we will be hosting our monthly “Creative Writing Workshop” at our Lennoxville headquarters (7 Connolly Street). This month’s theme is: “Disaster”.
Event description: Looking for an opportunity to stretch your creative muscles? Come scribble, discuss, practice and perfect the craft of creative writing as part of a supportive, non-judgemental community.

On Friday, April 27th, at 7pm, we will be hosting our monthly “Adventure Book Club” at our Lennoxville headquarters (7 Connolly Street). The book for this month is “After the Quake” by Haruki Murakami. Event Description: Love Adventure Fiction? Fantasy? Sci-Fi? Join us for a lively discussion of old and new classics, this months book is “After the Quake” by Haruki Murakami.

Mechoui Fundraiser For Mental Health Estrie
Mental Health Estrie will be holding its second annual Méchoui Fundraiser on Saturday May 5th at 5:30 p.m. at the A.N.A.F. unit 318, “The Hut,” 300 St. Francis street in Lennoxville. Join us to celebrate Mental Health Week, with great food for a great cause. Enjoy a delicious meal of beef, chicken, pork, vegetables, salads and desserts. Reserve your tickets by calling Irene at 819-566-2067 or any member of the board of directors. Email mhe.info@bellnet.ca. Adults $20, 12 and under $12.

Bowlathon Fundraiser For La Maison Aube Lumiere
There will be a bowlathon fundraiser held for La Maison Aube Lumière , a palliative care home here in Sherbrooke. The event will take place on Saturday April 21st at Quilles Shermont. You must register for this event. We are currently looking for bowlers of small pin or large pin to fill all 32 alleys at 4 different times through out the day. The cost is $15 per person for three games (shoes are not included). 100% of all moneys collected will go directly to La Maison Aube Lumière. There will be a live dj throughout the event. For more information or to register please go on line at or call Sylvie at 819-446-1138. We hope to see you there!!
Cribbage Tournaments At The Hut


Cribbage tournament to be held at A.N.A.F.
Unit #318 "The Hut", 300 St Francis, Lennoxville on
Thursday, April 19th. Registration at 7 p.m.
Profits to go to Community Aid "Wheels on Wheels".
Everyone welcome, bring your partner.

Cribbage tournament to be held at A.N.A.F.
Unit #318 "The Hut", 300 St Francis, Lennoxville on
Thursday, April 26th Registration at 7 p.m.
This is in memory of Barb and Dale Leonard.
Everyone welcome, bring your partner.
Richmond County Historical Society Exhibition
This year the Richmond County Historical Society s (RCHS) theme is music. We are going to highlight some local musicians as well as display some artifacts that deal with this theme. If anyone has an instrument (adult or child), sheet music, unique records or anything related to music such as pictures, etc., we would be interested in borrowing them for our exhibit. A brief history of the article would also be appreciated. If you are interested in lending, please contact Grace Johnston at 819-826-3118. Thank you and please come to visit our exhibits and hear some wonderful musicians at work.
Uplands Need Participants For Tranditional Tea Project


Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre is looking for men and women from Lennoxville or any other English-speaking community of the Eastern Townships, who participated in traditional teas between the years 1940 and 2010, whether in their family homes or during social activities. We’re hoping to hear your stories, in order to help us learn as much as we can about the tea tradition in this region. We would ask for approximately 45 minutes of your time for an interview. If you are interested in this project please contact Julie at 819-564-0409.
Presentation In English At Research Centre At Youville
A presentation will be given in English at the Hopital Youville at the Research Center On Aging. Free and open to everyone and no reservations are required! The presentation will take place in Auditorim local 2458 from noon to 1pm on May 2 with Jo Anne Stratton Ph.D. postdoctural fellow Hotchkiss Brain Institute University of Calgary will talk on Central Mechanisms driving osteoarthritis induced chronic pain.
Bingo At The Hut





Bingo on Wednesday, April 18
7:30 p.m. sharp at the A.N.A.F. Unit 318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville.
Everyone is welcome! Info: 819-346-
9122.
List Of Brunches At The Hut




Mother s Day Brunch at ANAF Unit 318, 300 St. Francis, Lennoxville on Sunday, May 13 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. Come enjoy eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausages, ham, potatoes, baked beans and much more. All welcome. Info: 819-346-9122

Father s Day Brunch at ANAF Unit 318, 300 St. Francis, Lennoxville on Sunday, June 17from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. Come enjoy eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausages, ham, potatoes, baked beans and much more. All welcome. Info: 819-346-9122
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