Newmarket event to shine a light on the laser cutting process

October 21, 2017 by  

Newmarket homeowners who are interested in creating a unique piece of home décor, as well as those who want to learn new crafting skills, may wish to make plans to attend a workshop that will see them walk away with a [Read more]

Pickering teens featured on national website

October 20, 2017 by  

An invention created by local area high school students has been posted on the PBS Kids Design Squad website late last month.

What started with a [Read more]

Guelph goes all out for Halloween

October 18, 2017 by  

The 2nd annual Downtown Trick or Treating event is taking place at the end of this month in Guelph.

The first stop for [Read more]

Moose Jaw to host OHC training workshop 

October 16, 2017 by  

A day of occupational health and safety training is on the way for Moose Jaw, and it will teach those who attend skills they can use to protect both themselves and their fellow employees.

The Level One Occupational Health Committee training will provide an introduction to the subject for occupational health and safety reps and members. It will cover a range of [Read more]

Support meeting addresses autism in Surrey

October 14, 2017 by  

Surrey parents and caregivers of a child or children on the autism spectrum can learn about the different programs and services that are available to them in [Read more]

Fundraiser to send more kids to camp

October 12, 2017 by  

The 30th Gala of Hope is taking place next month in Regina. Presented by the CO-OP Refinery and the Canadian Progress Club – Regina Centre, it is a [Read more]

Whitby to welcome Santa in high style

October 11, 2017 by  

Residents of Whitby may wish to save the date for an upcoming event that will bring people from all across the community together in a spirit of [Read more]

Study provides new standard care guidelines for type 1 diabetes

October 10, 2017 by  

A London-based study on the transition from paediatric treatment for diabetes, to adult care has identified new ways of helping patients successfully cope with [Read more]

Edmonton invited to come to visit event of rodeo-themed fun

October 9, 2017 by  

An Edmonton event that promises to be fun for kids of all ages is on the way, and everyone is welcome to have fun while supporting local [Read more]

Edmonton set to celebrate Oktoberfest in high style

October 7, 2017 by  

This fall, Edmontonians are invited to come to an event that will offer a taste of an authentic-style Oktoberfest without having to travel to Bavaria to do it.

The Edmonton Down Syndrome Society has issued an invitation to one and all attend its special autumn celebration. It will include a traditional tapping of the keg, as well as an assortment of German food for the guests to sample and enjoy. Attendees will be able to dance to a variety of Bavarian folk tunes, as well as enjoy hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s while they have fun with friends old and new. A photo booth will be on site to capture all of the excitement, and a silent auction that will feature a variety of different items to bid on is also on the agenda.

The ticket prices for the night start at $50 each, with a special discount being offered for those who will be purchasing a table of eight. The organizers noted that only a limited number of passes will be available, so they advise people to obtain theirs well ahead of time. Beer steins and other custom drinkware for a function like this can be sourced from an area printer.

This night of Bavarian-themed festivities has been planned for October 28 in the Woodvale Community League. More details can be found on the organizer’s website.

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