Cambridge residents invited to spend Valentine’s with the butterflies and birds

November 30, 2016 by  

Cambridge residents who are looking for something different to do this Valentine’s Day are invited to a special event that will also show some love to the area’s wetlands.

The Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory will be hosting its Valentine’s Day Dinner and Stroll. Guests will be able to enjoy a romantic evening walk through the tropical gardens while they watch the free flying birds and butterflies all around them. After that, it will be time for an elegant dinner with four courses of gourmet treats. Those who want to go a step further can also order a bouquet of roses or tulips or a bottle of white or red wine. Variable data printing can help to build the romance of a day such as this by producing special invitations that have been customized with the name of each guest.

A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to the Kossuth Bog Foundation. This organization is working to protect the Kossuth Bog, which is one of the last spruce bogs left in the Waterloo Region.

Tickets for the evening, which includes the meal and a visit to the conservatory, are $65 each. The event will take place on February 14, 2017, and passes to attend the festivities will go on sale starting in January. They will be available for purchase trough the conservatory’s website.

Vaughan clinic will help to keep pets safe

November 30, 2016 by  

Vaughan Animal Services will be hosting an event that will give people from the area an opportunity to do something that can help to keep their pet safe and healthy.

The shelter will be holding a rabies vaccination and microchip clinic. Dogs and cats are welcome, and those who bring their pet can also have it registered. The vaccine will protect the animal if it is exposed to the rabies virus, which can keep it healthy and prevent the possibility of it being able to transmit the disease to their owner or other animals. Microchipping makes it much easier for a lost or stray cat or dog to make its way home. Poster printing can provide an effective way to promote an event like this throughout the local area.

The cost for the vaccine is $20, which includes the tag and certificate, while the microchip implant and registration are $25. A City of Vaughan License can be purchased for $20, but proof of rabies vaccination is required for every dog or cat to be licensed. Credit and debit cards will be accepted forms of payment, but cash will not.

The clinic will be held on December 14 from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm at Vaughan Animal Services, which is located at 70 Tigi Court, Unit 47 in Vaughan. Appointments can be booked by calling 905-832-2281.

Oakville and Milton Humane Society invited pet owners to light up the night with love

November 29, 2016 by  

Pet owners from across Milton and Oakville are reminded that they can show their love for their feathery, furry or scaly friends while helping other animals in need this holiday season.

The Oakville and Milton Humane Society will be [Read more]

Richmond event to focus on wild feathered friends

November 29, 2016 by  

Birdwatching is an enjoyable experience for many people, and an upcoming Richmond event will give the public an opportunity to learn more about how to take good care of their wild feathered friends.

Richmond Nature Park has planned a day of special activities that is dedicated to [Read more]

Parenting workshop scheduled for Sherwood Park

November 28, 2016 by  

Sherwood Park parents who are interested in finding new ways to relate to their children are invited to come to a seminar that will add another set of skills to their parenting toolkit.

Emotional Coaching is a method that has been developed to help parents guide their children’s emotions and also teach [Read more]

Town of Whitby set to light up the holiday sky

November 28, 2016 by  

Whitby has issued an invitation to all of its residents to come to a special invitation that will mark the start of its holiday season.

The community’s Celebration Square will be the site for [Read more]

Fort Langley to host winter festival

November 27, 2016 by  

In times past, the voyagers and other early French settlers would get together on winter evenings to socialize and catch up on the latest news, and a Langley event will be keeping that tradition alive.

Fort Langley National Historic Site will be hosting its [Read more]

Mississauga shoe lovers to put best foot forward

November 26, 2016 by  

A special shopping event is on the way for Mississauga, and those who love buying new shoes may wish to mark their calendars for the sale.

The International Centre will be [Read more]

Special photo day for pets planned for Mississauga

November 25, 2016 by  

For many people in Mississauga, the pet is a member of the family. This holiday season, an event will give them an opportunity to get in on the fun.

With the help of the help of [Read more]

Chance to celebrate a traditional British Christmas in Pickering

November 25, 2016 by  

The annual Christmas in the Village: Winter in the Woods celebration is taking place early next month in Pickering.

Pickering Museum Village, which features reenactors in [Read more]

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