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Almonte & Mississippi Mills weekend guide: November 11 – 13

Thursday, November 10, 2016 @ 08:11 AM
posted by Tara McNeil

Almonte & Mississippi Mills Weekend Guide: November 11 – 13

Check out the weekend guide below to find out what is going on in your community.


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Almonte Farmers’ Harvest Market

9:00am – 3:00pm
The regular merchants as well as a few extra guest vendors. You can expect the addition of some fine crafters, wool producers, local wine, and much more! Hot foods will be served up and great conversation will flow through the hall.
Almonte Community Centre
182 Bridge St., Almonte

SchoolBox Latin Fiesta

7:00pm
This year’s event will feature the red-hot Latin jazz fusion tunes of Azucar Jam (azucarjam.com) and celebrate SchoolBox’s 10th anniversary.
Food – Free Snacks
Bar – Beer, wine and other non-alcoholic beverages (cash bar)
Live Music by Azucar Jam
Silent Auction – Local and Central American items
Live Auction – A trip to Costa Rica, and more items to come!
*Remember to bring cash, credit card or your cheque books!
Get tickets in Almonte (at Equator Coffee, Baker Bob’s), and in Westboro (Equator).
Cost: $22; $20 adv; $15 students; under 13 free
Almonte Civitan Hall
500 Almonte St., Almonte

The PepTides & Ramblin’ Valley Band

8:00pm – 11:00pm
Doors open at 8pm.
Ramblin’ Valley Band at 8:30pm.
The PepTides at 10pm.
Tickets at EventBrite.
The PepTides, based in Ottawa, give extravagant live performances featuring thick vocal harmonies, theatrical choreography and colourful visuals.
The last time the PepTides took the stage at Almonte’s Old Town Hall was in support of Vinyl Cafe’s 20th Anniversary show. They are returning in support of a new self-titled EP, and will be joined by bluegrass luminaries The Ramblin’ Valley Band. Cost: $17.
Almonte Old Town Hall
14 Bridge St., Almonte
www.thepeptides.com

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13

A SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE

8:00am – 10:00am
Please join s for a service of remembrance. Please keep the men and women of our Armed Forces in your prayers.
St. Paul’s Church
70 Clyde Street, Almonte
613-256-1771
www.stpaulsalmonte.ca

Book Launch: Ron Corbett

1:00pm – 3:00pm
This is the guidebook the world has been waiting for. A how-to manual for fishing, making money, cooking a shore lunch, falling in love, and “everything else that matters. Not the stupid stuff.”
Mill Street Books
52 Mill St., Almonte
613-256-9090
millstreetbooks.com

Book Launch: Brian Tackaberry

2:00pm
Forgotten Heroes: Mississippi Mills Valour Award Recipients of the Great War is a follow up to the previous book on local individuals who died in WWI. The book is published by the North Lanark Historical Society with financial support from the Ottawa Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society. We often hear of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in war, but the lives of those who survived have largely been forgotten as time has passed and their generation has died out. A total of thirty-two individuals from the area make up the “Forgotten Heroes” of Mississippi Mills who received military valour awards for their deeds.
North Lanark Regional Museum
647 River Rd., Appleton
appletonmuseum@hotmail.com
613-257-8503
http://www.lanarkcountymuseums.ca/?Itemid=8&id=19&option=com_content&view=article









Posts Tagged ‘Book Launch: Brian Tackaberry’

Almonte & Mississippi Mills weekend guide: November 11 – 13

Thursday, November 10, 2016 @ 08:11 AM
posted by Tara McNeil

Almonte & Mississippi Mills Weekend Guide: November 11 – 13

Check out the weekend guide below to find out what is going on in your community.


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Almonte Farmers’ Harvest Market

9:00am – 3:00pm
The regular merchants as well as a few extra guest vendors. You can expect the addition of some fine crafters, wool producers, local wine, and much more! Hot foods will be served up and great conversation will flow through the hall.
Almonte Community Centre
182 Bridge St., Almonte

SchoolBox Latin Fiesta

7:00pm
This year’s event will feature the red-hot Latin jazz fusion tunes of Azucar Jam (azucarjam.com) and celebrate SchoolBox’s 10th anniversary.
Food – Free Snacks
Bar – Beer, wine and other non-alcoholic beverages (cash bar)
Live Music by Azucar Jam
Silent Auction – Local and Central American items
Live Auction – A trip to Costa Rica, and more items to come!
*Remember to bring cash, credit card or your cheque books!
Get tickets in Almonte (at Equator Coffee, Baker Bob’s), and in Westboro (Equator).
Cost: $22; $20 adv; $15 students; under 13 free
Almonte Civitan Hall
500 Almonte St., Almonte

The PepTides & Ramblin’ Valley Band

8:00pm – 11:00pm
Doors open at 8pm.
Ramblin’ Valley Band at 8:30pm.
The PepTides at 10pm.
Tickets at EventBrite.
The PepTides, based in Ottawa, give extravagant live performances featuring thick vocal harmonies, theatrical choreography and colourful visuals.
The last time the PepTides took the stage at Almonte’s Old Town Hall was in support of Vinyl Cafe’s 20th Anniversary show. They are returning in support of a new self-titled EP, and will be joined by bluegrass luminaries The Ramblin’ Valley Band. Cost: $17.
Almonte Old Town Hall
14 Bridge St., Almonte
www.thepeptides.com

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13

A SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE

8:00am – 10:00am
Please join s for a service of remembrance. Please keep the men and women of our Armed Forces in your prayers.
St. Paul’s Church
70 Clyde Street, Almonte
613-256-1771
www.stpaulsalmonte.ca

Book Launch: Ron Corbett

1:00pm – 3:00pm
This is the guidebook the world has been waiting for. A how-to manual for fishing, making money, cooking a shore lunch, falling in love, and “everything else that matters. Not the stupid stuff.”
Mill Street Books
52 Mill St., Almonte
613-256-9090
millstreetbooks.com

Book Launch: Brian Tackaberry

2:00pm
Forgotten Heroes: Mississippi Mills Valour Award Recipients of the Great War is a follow up to the previous book on local individuals who died in WWI. The book is published by the North Lanark Historical Society with financial support from the Ottawa Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society. We often hear of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in war, but the lives of those who survived have largely been forgotten as time has passed and their generation has died out. A total of thirty-two individuals from the area make up the “Forgotten Heroes” of Mississippi Mills who received military valour awards for their deeds.
North Lanark Regional Museum
647 River Rd., Appleton
appletonmuseum@hotmail.com
613-257-8503
http://www.lanarkcountymuseums.ca/?Itemid=8&id=19&option=com_content&view=article

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