Bulletin Board - September 19

News Sep 18, 2008 Flamborough Review

24th ANNUAL ST. GEORGE APPLE FEST

Apples, pies, cider, dumplings, craft show and lots of on going entertainment. Sept. 20 and 21. Admission by donation. For more info visit www.stgeorgeapplefest.com .

SAFE BOATING COURSES

Offered this fall and winter. Next session: Sat. Sept. 20, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. at Canada Marine Discovery Centre, 57 Guise St. Pier 8 Hamilton. For more details contact 905 388-1227 or website www.hamiltonpowersquadron.ca

RED CROSS FIRST AID & CPR

One day training includes CPR level C or HCP and other topics such as choking, airways and breathing emergencies and prevention of disease transmission. Next dates Sept. 20, and Oct. 18 from 9 am-5 pm at the Flamborough Branch, 279 Dundas St E. Cost $84. Pre-registration is required. Call 905 689-0732 for more info.

CAR WASH AND BBQ

Air Cadets 735 Firebird Aquadron are holding at Car wash and BBQ on Sun. Sept. 21, 11 am-4 pm at Rona, Clappison corners. $5 cars, $10 trucks, hot dog and water $2.

55 ALIVE DRIVER COURSE

Conducted by instructors recruited by the Canada Safety Council. Six-hour course will be given in two sessions by Flamborough Info and Community Services at the Flamborough Municipal Service Centre in Waterdown, Mon., Sept. 22 and Monday, Sept. 29, 9:30am-12:30pm. Cost is $25 plus $13 for the workbook. For info or to book space for the course, 905-689-7880.

FALL BOOK SALE

Mon. Sept. 22 to Sat. Sept. 27. Mon. to Wed., 9-6; Thurs. and Fri., 9-5. Location: Hamilton City Centre (former Eaton’s Centre), Lower Level, 77 James St. N. For info call 905 546-3200 or visit www.hpl.ca . A fundraising project of the Hamilton Public Library and Soroptimist International of Hamilton-Burlington.

STRABANE WI MEETING

Learn about what you can do to help your family, your local farmers and our world. Come out to the Strabane’s Women Institute meeting on Wed. Sept. 24 at 7 p. m. at Strabane United Church.

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT DROP IN

Sometimes we need to talk with caring people u what we are going through after the loss of a loved one. Kitching, Steepe & Ludwig Funeral Home provides that for you in our Family Centre, 146 Mill St. N on Thurs. Sept. 25 at 7 to 9 p. m.

VT AUDITIONS

For “The Ends of the Earth,” which runs Feb-Mar, 2009. Audition dates: Thurs. Sept. 25 and Sun. Sept. 28. Various roles to be filled. For more info, contact Director Theresa Cooke at cooketm@mcmaster.ca

RED CROSS BABYSITTING COURSE

For ages 11 and up will be held at the Flamborough Branch, 279 Dundas St. E on Fri. Sept. 26 from 9 am-4 pm. Cost is $58. To register call 905 689-0732. Pre-payment is required.

FLAMBOROUGH HERITAGE SOCIETY

Presents Philip Woodley with an illustrated talk “9500 years of Occupations in Waterdown” on Fri. Sept. 26 at 8 p. m. Your chance to learn all about this fascinating subject, at St. James United Church, 306 Parkside Dr. Waterdown. No charge, refreshments available, ample parking. For details go to www.wefhs.hamilton.ca

CARLISLE & FREELTON PAPER DRIVE

Sat. Sept. 27. Will include Freelton. Please have papers and cardboard etc. at the curb before 9 am for pick up. Or you may drop off between 9 am and noon at Carlisle United Church. For special pickups on Concession Roads call Andrea, 905 690-3700.

SCRABBLE BENEFIT

Presented by Grandmothers of Steel. Sat. Oct. 4 from 2–5 pm at Memorial Hall, 317 Dundas St. E (Hwy 5) Waterdown. Entry fee $5. For registration call Lisbie 905 659-7213 or Jenny 905 524-5437. lisbie@xplornet.com .

STUDIO TOUR

Free, self-guided tour featuring 57 artists at 36 locations in the Milton/North Flamborough area. Studios open from 10 am-5pm Sat. Oct. 4 and Sun., Oct. 5. For more info visit www.fasm.ca

ONTARIO REGIONAL LILY SOCIETY

We are the Ontario Regional Lily Society and promote the growing and hybridization of lilies. Oct. 5. 1 pm sale, 1:30 auction. Lily Bulb sale and Auction at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Plains Rd. Burlington.

BRUCE TRAIL DAY—TAKE A HIKE!

The Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club is offering free, 90 minute guided hikes in Burlington at Kerns Cliff Park, located at 2198 Kerns Rd., on Sun. Oct. 5 at 10 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. For more info call 905 529-6821.

WOMAN TO WOMAN GROUP

An Educational and supportive group about empowerment for women in Flamborough. Groups are Tues. 4:30-6:30 pm. Oct. 7-Nov. 11. For info and location details call Salomeh, 905-527-3823 X278 or Shelly at FICS, 905 689-7880. All women welcome.

NEIL DIAMOND COMING TO MILLGROVE

The Waterdown Lions are bringing Joey Purpura and his Neil Diamond Tribute Show to Millgrove Hall on Sat. Oct. 25. Tickets are $45 per person, available at M&M Meats in Waterdown or call Lions Neil Stephenson 905-689-6148 or Clive Sedgwick 905-689-5048 or Jeanette Jackson 519-750-0019. Doors open at 6 pm, dinner and show at 8:30 pm.

VOLUNTEER EDUCATION SERIES

VON Hamilton Hospice Volunteer Service’s next volunteer education series runs from Sept. 3 to Nov. 5 at the Eva Rothwell Resource Centre at Robert Land, 460 Wentworth St. North, Hamilton, from 1-4 p. m. Hospice volunteers provide support and friendship to those nearing the end of their lives, and to their caregivers. To learn more, call Jennifer Luymes, VON Coordinator of Volunteers, at 905-522-0053 ext. 226.

VOLUNTEER FLAMBOROUGH

When you volunteer, you give part of yourself – your time, energy, skills and feelings. Call 905 689-4445 Tue’s 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. or Wed’s 9 am-12:30 pm or visit at www.infoflam.on.ca .

VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDED

Meals on Wheels volunteers are urgently needed to deliver meals to Greensville, Waterdown and Freelton between 11:30 a. m. and 1 p. m. once a month. Call Red Cross 905-689-0732 if you would like to help.

THE INCREDIBLE YEARS

Free parenting program for parents of children 3-6 years old who want less conflict in their day, and want to learn how to manage common problems and build a positive relationship with your child. Call Health Connections at 905-546-3550 to register.

SENIOR DRIVER RENEWAL PROGRAM

Offered for drivers ages 80 years and older at Flamborough Info and Community Services. Drivers call the MTO (1-800-396-4233) to schedule their SDRP test and request the Waterdown location. (163 Dundas St. E ). Next testing dates are Oct. 3 and December 5 at 10 am. For further info call 905-689-7880.

HOSPICE VOLUNTEER SERVICE

Volunteering with those who are nearing the end of their life can be a very rewarding experience. You are able to provide support and friendship. To get more info call 905 522-0053 or hamilton. volunteerservices@von.ca .

CANADIAN HARD OF HEARING ASSOCIATION

Hamilton Branch. Family support and lobby group for the Hearing Disabled. We are here for YOU! www.chha-hamilton.ca or 905 662-6375.

COUNSELLING

Alternatives for Youth is a non-profit community service that offers counseling to youth 13-22 who are experiencing difficulties related to substance use. This service is free and confidential. Service is offered in the Waterdown area on Thursday’s at the town Hall Municipal Building. For more info call 905 527-4469.

Bulletin Board - September 19

News Sep 18, 2008 Flamborough Review

24th ANNUAL ST. GEORGE APPLE FEST

Apples, pies, cider, dumplings, craft show and lots of on going entertainment. Sept. 20 and 21. Admission by donation. For more info visit www.stgeorgeapplefest.com .

SAFE BOATING COURSES

Offered this fall and winter. Next session: Sat. Sept. 20, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. at Canada Marine Discovery Centre, 57 Guise St. Pier 8 Hamilton. For more details contact 905 388-1227 or website www.hamiltonpowersquadron.ca

RED CROSS FIRST AID & CPR

One day training includes CPR level C or HCP and other topics such as choking, airways and breathing emergencies and prevention of disease transmission. Next dates Sept. 20, and Oct. 18 from 9 am-5 pm at the Flamborough Branch, 279 Dundas St E. Cost $84. Pre-registration is required. Call 905 689-0732 for more info.

CAR WASH AND BBQ

Air Cadets 735 Firebird Aquadron are holding at Car wash and BBQ on Sun. Sept. 21, 11 am-4 pm at Rona, Clappison corners. $5 cars, $10 trucks, hot dog and water $2.

55 ALIVE DRIVER COURSE

Conducted by instructors recruited by the Canada Safety Council. Six-hour course will be given in two sessions by Flamborough Info and Community Services at the Flamborough Municipal Service Centre in Waterdown, Mon., Sept. 22 and Monday, Sept. 29, 9:30am-12:30pm. Cost is $25 plus $13 for the workbook. For info or to book space for the course, 905-689-7880.

FALL BOOK SALE

Mon. Sept. 22 to Sat. Sept. 27. Mon. to Wed., 9-6; Thurs. and Fri., 9-5. Location: Hamilton City Centre (former Eaton’s Centre), Lower Level, 77 James St. N. For info call 905 546-3200 or visit www.hpl.ca . A fundraising project of the Hamilton Public Library and Soroptimist International of Hamilton-Burlington.

STRABANE WI MEETING

Learn about what you can do to help your family, your local farmers and our world. Come out to the Strabane’s Women Institute meeting on Wed. Sept. 24 at 7 p. m. at Strabane United Church.

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT DROP IN

Sometimes we need to talk with caring people u what we are going through after the loss of a loved one. Kitching, Steepe & Ludwig Funeral Home provides that for you in our Family Centre, 146 Mill St. N on Thurs. Sept. 25 at 7 to 9 p. m.

VT AUDITIONS

For “The Ends of the Earth,” which runs Feb-Mar, 2009. Audition dates: Thurs. Sept. 25 and Sun. Sept. 28. Various roles to be filled. For more info, contact Director Theresa Cooke at cooketm@mcmaster.ca

RED CROSS BABYSITTING COURSE

For ages 11 and up will be held at the Flamborough Branch, 279 Dundas St. E on Fri. Sept. 26 from 9 am-4 pm. Cost is $58. To register call 905 689-0732. Pre-payment is required.

FLAMBOROUGH HERITAGE SOCIETY

Presents Philip Woodley with an illustrated talk “9500 years of Occupations in Waterdown” on Fri. Sept. 26 at 8 p. m. Your chance to learn all about this fascinating subject, at St. James United Church, 306 Parkside Dr. Waterdown. No charge, refreshments available, ample parking. For details go to www.wefhs.hamilton.ca

CARLISLE & FREELTON PAPER DRIVE

Sat. Sept. 27. Will include Freelton. Please have papers and cardboard etc. at the curb before 9 am for pick up. Or you may drop off between 9 am and noon at Carlisle United Church. For special pickups on Concession Roads call Andrea, 905 690-3700.

SCRABBLE BENEFIT

Presented by Grandmothers of Steel. Sat. Oct. 4 from 2–5 pm at Memorial Hall, 317 Dundas St. E (Hwy 5) Waterdown. Entry fee $5. For registration call Lisbie 905 659-7213 or Jenny 905 524-5437. lisbie@xplornet.com .

STUDIO TOUR

Free, self-guided tour featuring 57 artists at 36 locations in the Milton/North Flamborough area. Studios open from 10 am-5pm Sat. Oct. 4 and Sun., Oct. 5. For more info visit www.fasm.ca

ONTARIO REGIONAL LILY SOCIETY

We are the Ontario Regional Lily Society and promote the growing and hybridization of lilies. Oct. 5. 1 pm sale, 1:30 auction. Lily Bulb sale and Auction at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Plains Rd. Burlington.

BRUCE TRAIL DAY—TAKE A HIKE!

The Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club is offering free, 90 minute guided hikes in Burlington at Kerns Cliff Park, located at 2198 Kerns Rd., on Sun. Oct. 5 at 10 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. For more info call 905 529-6821.

WOMAN TO WOMAN GROUP

An Educational and supportive group about empowerment for women in Flamborough. Groups are Tues. 4:30-6:30 pm. Oct. 7-Nov. 11. For info and location details call Salomeh, 905-527-3823 X278 or Shelly at FICS, 905 689-7880. All women welcome.

NEIL DIAMOND COMING TO MILLGROVE

The Waterdown Lions are bringing Joey Purpura and his Neil Diamond Tribute Show to Millgrove Hall on Sat. Oct. 25. Tickets are $45 per person, available at M&M Meats in Waterdown or call Lions Neil Stephenson 905-689-6148 or Clive Sedgwick 905-689-5048 or Jeanette Jackson 519-750-0019. Doors open at 6 pm, dinner and show at 8:30 pm.

VOLUNTEER EDUCATION SERIES

VON Hamilton Hospice Volunteer Service’s next volunteer education series runs from Sept. 3 to Nov. 5 at the Eva Rothwell Resource Centre at Robert Land, 460 Wentworth St. North, Hamilton, from 1-4 p. m. Hospice volunteers provide support and friendship to those nearing the end of their lives, and to their caregivers. To learn more, call Jennifer Luymes, VON Coordinator of Volunteers, at 905-522-0053 ext. 226.

VOLUNTEER FLAMBOROUGH

When you volunteer, you give part of yourself – your time, energy, skills and feelings. Call 905 689-4445 Tue’s 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. or Wed’s 9 am-12:30 pm or visit at www.infoflam.on.ca .

VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDED

Meals on Wheels volunteers are urgently needed to deliver meals to Greensville, Waterdown and Freelton between 11:30 a. m. and 1 p. m. once a month. Call Red Cross 905-689-0732 if you would like to help.

THE INCREDIBLE YEARS

Free parenting program for parents of children 3-6 years old who want less conflict in their day, and want to learn how to manage common problems and build a positive relationship with your child. Call Health Connections at 905-546-3550 to register.

SENIOR DRIVER RENEWAL PROGRAM

Offered for drivers ages 80 years and older at Flamborough Info and Community Services. Drivers call the MTO (1-800-396-4233) to schedule their SDRP test and request the Waterdown location. (163 Dundas St. E ). Next testing dates are Oct. 3 and December 5 at 10 am. For further info call 905-689-7880.

HOSPICE VOLUNTEER SERVICE

Volunteering with those who are nearing the end of their life can be a very rewarding experience. You are able to provide support and friendship. To get more info call 905 522-0053 or hamilton. volunteerservices@von.ca .

CANADIAN HARD OF HEARING ASSOCIATION

Hamilton Branch. Family support and lobby group for the Hearing Disabled. We are here for YOU! www.chha-hamilton.ca or 905 662-6375.

COUNSELLING

Alternatives for Youth is a non-profit community service that offers counseling to youth 13-22 who are experiencing difficulties related to substance use. This service is free and confidential. Service is offered in the Waterdown area on Thursday’s at the town Hall Municipal Building. For more info call 905 527-4469.

Bulletin Board - September 19

News Sep 18, 2008 Flamborough Review

24th ANNUAL ST. GEORGE APPLE FEST

Apples, pies, cider, dumplings, craft show and lots of on going entertainment. Sept. 20 and 21. Admission by donation. For more info visit www.stgeorgeapplefest.com .

SAFE BOATING COURSES

Offered this fall and winter. Next session: Sat. Sept. 20, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. at Canada Marine Discovery Centre, 57 Guise St. Pier 8 Hamilton. For more details contact 905 388-1227 or website www.hamiltonpowersquadron.ca

RED CROSS FIRST AID & CPR

One day training includes CPR level C or HCP and other topics such as choking, airways and breathing emergencies and prevention of disease transmission. Next dates Sept. 20, and Oct. 18 from 9 am-5 pm at the Flamborough Branch, 279 Dundas St E. Cost $84. Pre-registration is required. Call 905 689-0732 for more info.

CAR WASH AND BBQ

Air Cadets 735 Firebird Aquadron are holding at Car wash and BBQ on Sun. Sept. 21, 11 am-4 pm at Rona, Clappison corners. $5 cars, $10 trucks, hot dog and water $2.

55 ALIVE DRIVER COURSE

Conducted by instructors recruited by the Canada Safety Council. Six-hour course will be given in two sessions by Flamborough Info and Community Services at the Flamborough Municipal Service Centre in Waterdown, Mon., Sept. 22 and Monday, Sept. 29, 9:30am-12:30pm. Cost is $25 plus $13 for the workbook. For info or to book space for the course, 905-689-7880.

FALL BOOK SALE

Mon. Sept. 22 to Sat. Sept. 27. Mon. to Wed., 9-6; Thurs. and Fri., 9-5. Location: Hamilton City Centre (former Eaton’s Centre), Lower Level, 77 James St. N. For info call 905 546-3200 or visit www.hpl.ca . A fundraising project of the Hamilton Public Library and Soroptimist International of Hamilton-Burlington.

STRABANE WI MEETING

Learn about what you can do to help your family, your local farmers and our world. Come out to the Strabane’s Women Institute meeting on Wed. Sept. 24 at 7 p. m. at Strabane United Church.

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT DROP IN

Sometimes we need to talk with caring people u what we are going through after the loss of a loved one. Kitching, Steepe & Ludwig Funeral Home provides that for you in our Family Centre, 146 Mill St. N on Thurs. Sept. 25 at 7 to 9 p. m.

VT AUDITIONS

For “The Ends of the Earth,” which runs Feb-Mar, 2009. Audition dates: Thurs. Sept. 25 and Sun. Sept. 28. Various roles to be filled. For more info, contact Director Theresa Cooke at cooketm@mcmaster.ca

RED CROSS BABYSITTING COURSE

For ages 11 and up will be held at the Flamborough Branch, 279 Dundas St. E on Fri. Sept. 26 from 9 am-4 pm. Cost is $58. To register call 905 689-0732. Pre-payment is required.

FLAMBOROUGH HERITAGE SOCIETY

Presents Philip Woodley with an illustrated talk “9500 years of Occupations in Waterdown” on Fri. Sept. 26 at 8 p. m. Your chance to learn all about this fascinating subject, at St. James United Church, 306 Parkside Dr. Waterdown. No charge, refreshments available, ample parking. For details go to www.wefhs.hamilton.ca

CARLISLE & FREELTON PAPER DRIVE

Sat. Sept. 27. Will include Freelton. Please have papers and cardboard etc. at the curb before 9 am for pick up. Or you may drop off between 9 am and noon at Carlisle United Church. For special pickups on Concession Roads call Andrea, 905 690-3700.

SCRABBLE BENEFIT

Presented by Grandmothers of Steel. Sat. Oct. 4 from 2–5 pm at Memorial Hall, 317 Dundas St. E (Hwy 5) Waterdown. Entry fee $5. For registration call Lisbie 905 659-7213 or Jenny 905 524-5437. lisbie@xplornet.com .

STUDIO TOUR

Free, self-guided tour featuring 57 artists at 36 locations in the Milton/North Flamborough area. Studios open from 10 am-5pm Sat. Oct. 4 and Sun., Oct. 5. For more info visit www.fasm.ca

ONTARIO REGIONAL LILY SOCIETY

We are the Ontario Regional Lily Society and promote the growing and hybridization of lilies. Oct. 5. 1 pm sale, 1:30 auction. Lily Bulb sale and Auction at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Plains Rd. Burlington.

BRUCE TRAIL DAY—TAKE A HIKE!

The Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club is offering free, 90 minute guided hikes in Burlington at Kerns Cliff Park, located at 2198 Kerns Rd., on Sun. Oct. 5 at 10 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. For more info call 905 529-6821.

WOMAN TO WOMAN GROUP

An Educational and supportive group about empowerment for women in Flamborough. Groups are Tues. 4:30-6:30 pm. Oct. 7-Nov. 11. For info and location details call Salomeh, 905-527-3823 X278 or Shelly at FICS, 905 689-7880. All women welcome.

NEIL DIAMOND COMING TO MILLGROVE

The Waterdown Lions are bringing Joey Purpura and his Neil Diamond Tribute Show to Millgrove Hall on Sat. Oct. 25. Tickets are $45 per person, available at M&M Meats in Waterdown or call Lions Neil Stephenson 905-689-6148 or Clive Sedgwick 905-689-5048 or Jeanette Jackson 519-750-0019. Doors open at 6 pm, dinner and show at 8:30 pm.

VOLUNTEER EDUCATION SERIES

VON Hamilton Hospice Volunteer Service’s next volunteer education series runs from Sept. 3 to Nov. 5 at the Eva Rothwell Resource Centre at Robert Land, 460 Wentworth St. North, Hamilton, from 1-4 p. m. Hospice volunteers provide support and friendship to those nearing the end of their lives, and to their caregivers. To learn more, call Jennifer Luymes, VON Coordinator of Volunteers, at 905-522-0053 ext. 226.

VOLUNTEER FLAMBOROUGH

When you volunteer, you give part of yourself – your time, energy, skills and feelings. Call 905 689-4445 Tue’s 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. or Wed’s 9 am-12:30 pm or visit at www.infoflam.on.ca .

VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDED

Meals on Wheels volunteers are urgently needed to deliver meals to Greensville, Waterdown and Freelton between 11:30 a. m. and 1 p. m. once a month. Call Red Cross 905-689-0732 if you would like to help.

THE INCREDIBLE YEARS

Free parenting program for parents of children 3-6 years old who want less conflict in their day, and want to learn how to manage common problems and build a positive relationship with your child. Call Health Connections at 905-546-3550 to register.

SENIOR DRIVER RENEWAL PROGRAM

Offered for drivers ages 80 years and older at Flamborough Info and Community Services. Drivers call the MTO (1-800-396-4233) to schedule their SDRP test and request the Waterdown location. (163 Dundas St. E ). Next testing dates are Oct. 3 and December 5 at 10 am. For further info call 905-689-7880.

HOSPICE VOLUNTEER SERVICE

Volunteering with those who are nearing the end of their life can be a very rewarding experience. You are able to provide support and friendship. To get more info call 905 522-0053 or hamilton. volunteerservices@von.ca .

CANADIAN HARD OF HEARING ASSOCIATION

Hamilton Branch. Family support and lobby group for the Hearing Disabled. We are here for YOU! www.chha-hamilton.ca or 905 662-6375.

COUNSELLING

Alternatives for Youth is a non-profit community service that offers counseling to youth 13-22 who are experiencing difficulties related to substance use. This service is free and confidential. Service is offered in the Waterdown area on Thursday’s at the town Hall Municipal Building. For more info call 905 527-4469.