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Smiths Falls weekend guide: November 11 – 13

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

Smiths Falls weekend guide: November 11 – 13

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


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11

Remembrance Day Ceremony

11:00am
Join us to honour all Veterans.
Smiths Falls Cenotaph

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12

40 Plus Singles Dinner/Dance

7:00pm
7pm dinner, followed by dance with Blue Thunder at 8pm. Casual dress (no jeans). Cash bar. Call Betty at 613-285-5557, or Wanda or Alice at 613-205-1234. There is music for everyone. You don’t have to be a dancer to enjoy this event; just come and enjoy the evening with people who have similar interests to yours. Cost: $10
Smiths Falls Civitan Hall
12468 Hwy 15 N., Smiths Falls
40plussinglesdanceclub@gmail.com
613-285-5557

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13

THE RIDEAU MELLOWDEARS IN SMITHS FALLS

7:00pm
Free Willing Offering
Westminster Presbyterian Church
11 Church St. W., Smiths Falls

Carleton Place weekend guide: Novemeber 11 – 13

Thursday, November 10, 2016 @ 09:11 AM
posted by Tara McNeil

Carleton Place weekend guide: Novemeber 11 – 13

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


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11

Victim Services Lanark County Drop In

8:30am – 4:00pm
Victim Services Lanark County is a community-based program that provides immediate, confidential short-term crisis intervention services, practical assistance, information, referrals and emotional support to persons affected by crime, tragedy and disaster. Everyone is welcome. Drop in and speak to one of our staff! All services are free, voluntary and confidential.
Carambeck Community Centre
351 Bridge Street, Carleton Place
For more information visit www.victimserviceslanark.ca

Remembrance Day Ceremony

10:00am – 11:30am
Branch 192 president Brian Comeau extends an invitation to the community to come out and join the ceremony and pay tribute to those that paid the ultimate sacrifice during the First World War, the Second World War, the Korean War, Afghanistan and the many peacekeeping missions around the world. Following the ceremony, the participants and the public are invited to Branch 192 for refreshments and camaraderie. The branch is located at 177 George Street, Carleton Place. I hope to see many of you there.
Carleton Place Public Library
101 Beckwith St, Carleton Place

Une Heure de Conte en Francais

10:30am – 11:00am
Our French Storytime is back for the fall! Join us weekly for fun French stories, songs, and more. We also do a colouring page each week. This is the perfect session for children learning French, those in French immersion, and for families who speak French at home. No registration is necessary, and all ages are welcome. We will decide on the level based on the attendance.
carletonplacepubliclibrary@gmail.com

DJ Whisper

10:00pm – 2:00am
The Waterfront Gastropub presents top 40 dance music.
The Waterfront Gastropub
12 Bell St, Carleton Place
downtowncarletonplace@gmail.com

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Breakfast with the Carleton Place Canadians Hockey Team

8:00am – 10:00am
Legion Breakfast with the Carleton Place Canadians. Come and be served by our local hockey champions.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 192
177 George St, Carleton Place
legionbranch192@gmail.com

Build a Mountain of Food

9:00am – 4:00pm
Our main food raiser for the year. All stores will have pre-packaged bags for sale or you can donate something else entirely. We have attached our “Wish List” in case you get stuck with so many choices.
Patrice’s Independent in Almonte; Mitchell’s Independent, FreshCo and Giant Tiger in Carleton Place
lanarkcountyfoodbank@gmail.com

Finders Keepers Craft Show

10:00am – 3:00pm
The show borrows the concept from the hugely popular trunk shows in Europe. These in turn are a modern take on the travelling artisans of old who would go from town to town, showing off their wares in the trunks they used to carry them. In a nod to those bygone days, our vendors display their goods in vintage suitcases, trunks or toolboxes.
Being a smaller, boutique show, we are also the perfect venue for newcomers to dip their toes into the craft show scene, challenging seasoned vendors to get creative with their displays as well as providing the perfect venue to launch a new line or product.
CP Canoe Club
179 John St., Carleton Place
613-253-1838
http://www.cpcanoeclub.com/

Acoustic Saturdays

3:00pm – 6:00pm and again at 9:00pm – 1am
The Waterfont Gastropub presents acoustic saturdays.
downtowncarletonplace@gmail.com
12 Bell Street, Carleton Place

Queens Live Music

4:00pm – 8:00pm
Live Local Band
downtowncarletonplace@gmail.com
Queen’s Hotel
142 Bridge St, Carleton Place

Music at the Moose

9:00pm – 11:30pm
he Thirsty Moose have great live local music
downtowncarletonplace@gmail.com
The Thirsty Moose Pub & Eatery
20 Bridge St, Carleton Place

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13

Lanark Drum Circle

1:30pm – 4:00pm
Welcome to the Circle
The drum is a sacred part of Native culture and represents the first sound we hear in our Mother’s womb, her heartbeat. The songs we sing reflect native teachings and culture. Lanark Drum is open to all nations on the medicine wheel, all genders and all ages. Join us in learning traditional songs and share our truths with an open heart, without judgements.
267 Edmund Street, Carleton Place

Paint Night/Soccer Fundraiser

2:30pm
Fundraiser for the Carleton Place Tornado to play soccer in the World Masters Games in Auckland, New Zealand in April 2017. Paint a colourful pic with Anna-Lisa & Sweet Oasis Fine Art Studio. Non-alcoholic event; teens welcome. Phone/email to reserve your spot. Cost: $40.
Beckwith Council Chambers
1702 9th Line, Beckwith
amanda@mulloy.ca
613-880-1797

Music at Gastropub

3:00pm – 6:00pm
Check out the Waterfront Gastropub for some great live music with Redneck Limousine
downtowncarletonplace@gmail.com
12 Bell Street, Carleton Place

Mary Anne’s Mountain of Dreams

5:00pm
Come join Mary Anne from Ottawa’s New Country 94 at a wine tasting dinner to help fundraise for her upcoming climb of Mount Kilimanjaro to benefit SOS Children’s Villages! Mary Anne’s goal is to raise $10,0000 with 100% of the proceeds to the children that need it the most. The event will include a 5 course meal, wine tasting, and entertainment from Peter Brown and Friends. You can expect celebrity servers and a charming silent auction throughout the dinner. Tickets are $75 per person. The date is Sunday, November 13th starting at 5:00 p.m. Reservations can be made by contacting Generations Inn at 613.253.5253 or by booking in person at 717 Lake Park Road, Carleton Place, Ontario. For more information on SOS Children’s Villages please visit www.soschildrensvillages.ca
You can find Mary Anne’s fundraising page at: http://dreammountains.com/MA94

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Posts Tagged ‘Remembrance Day Ceremony’

Smiths Falls weekend guide: November 11 – 13

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

Smiths Falls weekend guide: November 11 – 13

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


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11

Remembrance Day Ceremony

11:00am
Join us to honour all Veterans.
Smiths Falls Cenotaph

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12

40 Plus Singles Dinner/Dance

7:00pm
7pm dinner, followed by dance with Blue Thunder at 8pm. Casual dress (no jeans). Cash bar. Call Betty at 613-285-5557, or Wanda or Alice at 613-205-1234. There is music for everyone. You don’t have to be a dancer to enjoy this event; just come and enjoy the evening with people who have similar interests to yours. Cost: $10
Smiths Falls Civitan Hall
12468 Hwy 15 N., Smiths Falls
40plussinglesdanceclub@gmail.com
613-285-5557

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13

THE RIDEAU MELLOWDEARS IN SMITHS FALLS

7:00pm
Free Willing Offering
Westminster Presbyterian Church
11 Church St. W., Smiths Falls

Carleton Place weekend guide: Novemeber 11 – 13

Thursday, November 10, 2016 @ 09:11 AM
posted by Tara McNeil

Carleton Place weekend guide: Novemeber 11 – 13

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


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11

Victim Services Lanark County Drop In

8:30am – 4:00pm
Victim Services Lanark County is a community-based program that provides immediate, confidential short-term crisis intervention services, practical assistance, information, referrals and emotional support to persons affected by crime, tragedy and disaster. Everyone is welcome. Drop in and speak to one of our staff! All services are free, voluntary and confidential.
Carambeck Community Centre
351 Bridge Street, Carleton Place
For more information visit www.victimserviceslanark.ca

Remembrance Day Ceremony

10:00am – 11:30am
Branch 192 president Brian Comeau extends an invitation to the community to come out and join the ceremony and pay tribute to those that paid the ultimate sacrifice during the First World War, the Second World War, the Korean War, Afghanistan and the many peacekeeping missions around the world. Following the ceremony, the participants and the public are invited to Branch 192 for refreshments and camaraderie. The branch is located at 177 George Street, Carleton Place. I hope to see many of you there.
Carleton Place Public Library
101 Beckwith St, Carleton Place

Une Heure de Conte en Francais

10:30am – 11:00am
Our French Storytime is back for the fall! Join us weekly for fun French stories, songs, and more. We also do a colouring page each week. This is the perfect session for children learning French, those in French immersion, and for families who speak French at home. No registration is necessary, and all ages are welcome. We will decide on the level based on the attendance.
carletonplacepubliclibrary@gmail.com

DJ Whisper

10:00pm – 2:00am
The Waterfront Gastropub presents top 40 dance music.
The Waterfront Gastropub
12 Bell St, Carleton Place
downtowncarletonplace@gmail.com

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Breakfast with the Carleton Place Canadians Hockey Team

8:00am – 10:00am
Legion Breakfast with the Carleton Place Canadians. Come and be served by our local hockey champions.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 192
177 George St, Carleton Place
legionbranch192@gmail.com

Build a Mountain of Food

9:00am – 4:00pm
Our main food raiser for the year. All stores will have pre-packaged bags for sale or you can donate something else entirely. We have attached our “Wish List” in case you get stuck with so many choices.
Patrice’s Independent in Almonte; Mitchell’s Independent, FreshCo and Giant Tiger in Carleton Place
lanarkcountyfoodbank@gmail.com

Finders Keepers Craft Show

10:00am – 3:00pm
The show borrows the concept from the hugely popular trunk shows in Europe. These in turn are a modern take on the travelling artisans of old who would go from town to town, showing off their wares in the trunks they used to carry them. In a nod to those bygone days, our vendors display their goods in vintage suitcases, trunks or toolboxes.
Being a smaller, boutique show, we are also the perfect venue for newcomers to dip their toes into the craft show scene, challenging seasoned vendors to get creative with their displays as well as providing the perfect venue to launch a new line or product.
CP Canoe Club
179 John St., Carleton Place
613-253-1838
http://www.cpcanoeclub.com/

Acoustic Saturdays

3:00pm – 6:00pm and again at 9:00pm – 1am
The Waterfont Gastropub presents acoustic saturdays.
downtowncarletonplace@gmail.com
12 Bell Street, Carleton Place

Queens Live Music

4:00pm – 8:00pm
Live Local Band
downtowncarletonplace@gmail.com
Queen’s Hotel
142 Bridge St, Carleton Place

Music at the Moose

9:00pm – 11:30pm
he Thirsty Moose have great live local music
downtowncarletonplace@gmail.com
The Thirsty Moose Pub & Eatery
20 Bridge St, Carleton Place

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13

Lanark Drum Circle

1:30pm – 4:00pm
Welcome to the Circle
The drum is a sacred part of Native culture and represents the first sound we hear in our Mother’s womb, her heartbeat. The songs we sing reflect native teachings and culture. Lanark Drum is open to all nations on the medicine wheel, all genders and all ages. Join us in learning traditional songs and share our truths with an open heart, without judgements.
267 Edmund Street, Carleton Place

Paint Night/Soccer Fundraiser

2:30pm
Fundraiser for the Carleton Place Tornado to play soccer in the World Masters Games in Auckland, New Zealand in April 2017. Paint a colourful pic with Anna-Lisa & Sweet Oasis Fine Art Studio. Non-alcoholic event; teens welcome. Phone/email to reserve your spot. Cost: $40.
Beckwith Council Chambers
1702 9th Line, Beckwith
amanda@mulloy.ca
613-880-1797

Music at Gastropub

3:00pm – 6:00pm
Check out the Waterfront Gastropub for some great live music with Redneck Limousine
downtowncarletonplace@gmail.com
12 Bell Street, Carleton Place

Mary Anne’s Mountain of Dreams

5:00pm
Come join Mary Anne from Ottawa’s New Country 94 at a wine tasting dinner to help fundraise for her upcoming climb of Mount Kilimanjaro to benefit SOS Children’s Villages! Mary Anne’s goal is to raise $10,0000 with 100% of the proceeds to the children that need it the most. The event will include a 5 course meal, wine tasting, and entertainment from Peter Brown and Friends. You can expect celebrity servers and a charming silent auction throughout the dinner. Tickets are $75 per person. The date is Sunday, November 13th starting at 5:00 p.m. Reservations can be made by contacting Generations Inn at 613.253.5253 or by booking in person at 717 Lake Park Road, Carleton Place, Ontario. For more information on SOS Children’s Villages please visit www.soschildrensvillages.ca
You can find Mary Anne’s fundraising page at: http://dreammountains.com/MA94

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