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St Francis Elementary School Christmas Market
on Saturday, November 25th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 355 College S. street in Richmond. Local artisans will be present to sell their products and Santa will visit the children at 1 :00 p.m. Also on the menu? Baked goods, a Scholastic book fair, a silent auction and different activities for the St. Francis Elementary School will be holding its first ever Christmas Market young ones. You can even stop in for lunch at the St. Francis Café for comforting soup and other delicious treats. Come and celebrate the season with us while supporting our school and local artisans.
St Paul s Rest Home Tea
St Paul s Rest Home of Bury is hosting its annual Christmas Tea & Sale on Sunday, Nov 26th from 2 to 4 PM at the Armoury Community Center, 563 Main Street in Bury.

Aside from tea & sandwiches, there is a drawing for numerous prizes which include wood crafted items, paintings, gift certificates, & more. As well there is a Christmas sales table with many items including baked goods to help you with your holiday shopping.

Come one, come all to this festive holiday event!
Colby Curtis Museum Victorian Christmas Tea
Saturday, December 2, $15

11:00 a.m. or 1:30 p.m.

RESERVATIONS ONLY before November 29 info@colbycurtis.ca 819-876-7322 The museum is located at 535 Dufferin St. in Stanstead
HUGS Campaign
Mental Health Estrie invites you to help keep a homeless person warm this winter. From November to March, the HUGS campaign accepts donations of NEW Hats Underwear, Gloves, Socks and Scarves and other warm articles of clothing. The greatest needs are for men. Gifts can be dropped off at 257 Queen street in Lennoxville. Or we can do the shopping for you. Please make cheques payable to Mental Health Estrie and indicate HUGS on the memoline. For more information, phone 819-565-3777 or email mhe.info@bellnet.ca”
Keenan Wilcox Performs At Bandeen Hall
Local artist Keenan Wilcox will perform at Bandeen Hall on Nov. 25th, Sat. at 7 pm as part of the Expressions Series with Townshippers Association. Members of Townshippers Association pay $10.00 and non members pay $15.00. Everyone is welcome.
Benefit Christmas Market & Sale For Grace Village Residents


Christmas Market and Artisan Sale at Grace Village, 1515 rue Pleasant View, Sherbrooke, Qc

Saturday, November 25th, 2017 from 9AM – 4PM

Admission is $2; a door prize ticket with every entry

40 sales tables and a specialty hot drink available for purchase.

All proceeds go towards Resident Life and Activities at Grace Village

Fundraiser Bingo For The Pet Connection
There will be a fundraiser bingo at the ANAF Unit 318 AKA The Hut on November 26th. Kids are welcome! Each game of bingo will have an adult winner and a kid winner. There will also be a silent auction, celebrity auction, bottle cap game, and a bake sale. If anyone would like to donate or you need more information please contact Tammy Garfat at 819 345 2712.
Firehouse Productions Non Perishable Collection At Concert
Firehouse Productions will collect non perishable foods at the Washboard Union concert coming to Centennial Theatre on Nov. 26th. Bring a bag of non perishable foods and you will be entered in a concert to win a pair of tickets to the next concert or a hat or t shirt.
Financial Literacy Workshop
Lieracy In Action with Townshippers Association on Nov. 13 from 1 to 3 pm and again on Nov. 21 from 6 to 8 pm. RSVP 819 346 7009.
November 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, November 15th
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, November 22nd
at 1:30 p.m.. To reserve a place for yourself or a table for 4,
please contact Cheryl Bradley at 819-569-2067.

There will be 500 cards played at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Wednesday, November 29th
at 1:30 p.m.. Everyone welcome.



Sawyerville Elementary School Fundraiser
Saturday, November 18th from 9 am to 2 pm at the Sawyerville Elementary School gym and cafeteria. Tables includes crafts, Christmas decorations, homemade jams and jellies, baked goods, and more. A lunch will be served in the cafeteria, as well as, muffins and coffee. Tables available for rent at $10.00 each. Call the secretary during week days from 8 am to 1 pm at 819 889 2263.
Empty Bowls Event
Champlain College Lennoxville and Bishop s University have joined forces to organize
the forth Empty Bowls/Bols du Partage Project that will be held at the Hope Community Church on
November 18
th
2017. Dating back to the 1990’s the Empty Bowls international project has been adopted
by many communities to fight hunger in their very own neighborhood. This event invites you to share in a
bowl of soup to support those in need.
Several hundred beautiful handcrafted bowls have been made by local potters. Each bowl is hand painted
and unique. Some of the bowls have been decorated by well-known artists and local dignitaries. Delicious
homemade soups and breads have been made by a local chef. Local
musician Jonathan MacAuley will also be performing.
You are invited to come choose one of the hundreds of bowls, full it with soup, grab a homemade bun and
enjoy. You then take the bowl home as a reminder that your contribution has gone directly into your
community. All the money we raise goes to Lennoxville Elementary School Breakfast Program, LDWC
Food Bank, The Cornerstone Food Bank and the BU/CRC Pastoral Fund.
Soup is truly food for the soul, so help feed another soul and enjoy an autumn afternoon in Lennoxville on
October 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Hope Church, 102 Queen Street. Tickets are available for
$25.00 each at the Bishop s University Bookstore, or 819-564-3666 ext 119.
Community Aid


“Do you have a desire to help people? Volunteering is an excellent way to do that. Community Aid has many volunteer positions available, and we need people like you! We are currently seeking helpers in the kitchen for our Meals on Wheels program. The Meals on Wheels service is available in Lennoxville Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings – you can choose your day and how often you volunteer! Responsibilities vary from peeling vegetables to washing dishes, assisting in plating the food for delivery, and any other help the cook may need. If this prospect interests you, please contact us! If you would like to volunteer, but the kitchen just isn’t your thing, or doesn’t work with your schedule, we may have another service that would be a better fit for you! Give us a call at 819-821-4779, or visit our website at www.communityaid.ca

Christmas Bazaar & Turkey Supper
Christmas Bazaar and Turkey Supper
Lennoxville United Church s annual Christmas Bazaar and Turkey Supper will be held from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, November 18th at the Gertrude Scott Hall, 6 Church Street, Borough of Lennoxville.
Ticket Prices: Adults: $15.00; Youth: 6-12 years: $7.50; 5 years and under: FREE
For Supper Reservations, please call
4:30 p.m. Wendy Durrant 819-346-6448
5:30 p.m. Frankie Noble 819-842-1035
6:30 p.m. Joan Gill 819-849-7202

Bazaar Opens at 3 p.m. Something for Everyone!
Attic Treasures – Fish Pond – Wish Table – Food Table – Silent Auction – Knitting & Crocheting Candy – Jewellery – 2018 Church Calendars
List Of Brunches At The Hut

Pre-Christmas Brunch at ANAF Unit 318, 300 St. Francis, Lennoxville on Sunday, December 17 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

Pre-Valentine s Day Brunch at ANAF Unit 318, 300 St. Francis, Lennoxville on Sunday, February 11 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

Easter Brunch at ANAF Unit 318, 300 St. Francis, Lennoxville on Sunday, April 1 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

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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