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Brenda Jefferies, Review
Minoe.com pond spreads to Flamborough
When it comes to the needs of her family – from organizing a bake sale to finding a good music teacher for her kids – mom knows best. And, even better, she is more than happy to share that knowledge with other mothers.
Waterdown 55 Alive Driver Refresher Course in November
Seniors who want to brush up on their driving skills can do so at an upcoming two-part session co-ordinated by Flamborough Information and Community Services.

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Friday, October, 24, 2014 - 12:12:00 PM
Setting the record straight "Flamborough Review, Oct. 1, 2014: “The solution is to actually build more schools here,” he said, noting that the type of school is the question. “My belief is that small rural and neighbourhood schools demonstrate the best outcome for stude"
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Thursday, October, 23, 2014 - 6:06:16 PM
We have to make city ward boundaries work "Way to go Mr. Pasuta! We support you 100%! I would like to add that Mr. Pasuta has worked very hard with the current school trustee to form a partnership with the city to create the possibility of a new school hub at the Beverly Community Center for "
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Thursday, October, 23, 2014 - 6:06:36 PM
MY VIEW: The art of living "Well written! Great job expressing the importance of art in all forms!"
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Spooky fun in Rockton Oct. 24-25
Haunted Halloween is a special evening for people of all ages to experience Westfield Heritage Village after dark. With more than 35 heritage buildings lit by lanterns, pumpkins, and moonlight, the village will be a magical, mysterious setting for Halloween fun.
Volunteers, donations needed for Oct. 31 food drive
This Halloween, the youth of Flamborough are invited to trick-or-treat for something better than candy: a good cause.
Hamilton book of condolences for fallen soldier
Mayor Bob Bratina this morning announced that residents of Hamilton can sign a Book of Condolences at city hall in honour of fallen Corporal Nathan Cirillo.
Catherine O'Hara
Copetown resident to appear at book signings across Hamilton
“MS is not my life.”
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St. Mary launches TIE program in Hamilton
This year, drama students in the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board have much to be thankful for.
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Enjoy chili, soup and sounds of The King in Millgrove
Elvis is coming to Millgrove this weekend.
Mac Christie, Review
Millgrove set to celebrate public school centennial
Millgrove Elementary School will celebrate its 100th anniversary Oct. 25 with an open house from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
What's Cooking Flamborough
WHAT'S COOKING: Seeking recipes perfect for the slow cooker
For the October instalment of the What’s Cooking challenge, the Review encourages Flamborough residents to submit their best slow cooker recipes.
Responsible gambling promoted at Flamboro Slots
Representatives from the Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) will be educating the public on safe gambling at Flamboro Downs from Oct. 17-19.
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Vance to speak about Waterdown's Centennial celebrations
The Waterdown East Flamborough Heritage Society welcomes Peter Vance at its Oct. 24 meeting.
Mac Christie, Review
Waterdown high school museum showcases Operation Bernhard
The Waterdown District High School museum is showcasing an exciting new exhibit to kick off a new year.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Westover Artists' work featured at Oct. 18-19 show
Sealey Park’s Scout Hall is a colourful place Tuesdays. It’s where a growing group of artists congregate to let their creative juices flow.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Howlin' Halloween hits Waterdown Oct. 26
A newly established Flamborough business is pulling out all the stops to mark its grand opening.
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Waterdown tap dancer earns spot on TV show
A Waterdown student has tapped his way to prime time.
Group Power classes coming to Flamborough YMCA
The Flamborough Family YMCA is offering a new fitness class focusing on building strength in a fun, lively group atmosphere.
Brenda Jefferies, Review staff
United Way wins at Rockton World's Fair
The United Way of Burlington & Greater Hamilton was the winner at the Rockton World's Fair Saturday.
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