Walden Lions Club Rain Barrel Sale...need 6 more Orders to reach 50!
Lions Club have 44 Rain Barrels ordered but
we would like to reach our minimum of
50 by the end of this week.
If you know
of anyone who would be interested in purchasing a Rain Barrel please
tell them to do it asap
Walden Lions Club
Knights Of Valour...One
Night Only, May 30th 7-9pm at Anderson Farm Museum!
– The ANDERSON FARM MUSEUM will be the setting of the most extreme sport
in history “FULL CONTACT JOUSTING.”
The Knights of Valour present “Warriors Through Time”, a two hour
event of epic proportion. Watch and enjoy as you are entertained by
exhibitions of horsemanship and live steel combat. Demonstrations
include bare back riding as was done in battle by Alexander the Great,
the Roman chariot, Glorious Birds of Prey presented by the Canadian
Raptor Conservancy, and Gladiator combat, see two fighters battle for
your cheers. The climax of the evening will be a full contact heavy
armour jousting tournament. Watch as some of North America’s best full
contact jousters compete for the title of champion.
All events are emceed by World Champion jouster and host of
History Television’s “Full Metal Jousting,” Shane Adams, Knights of
Valour Captain and owner. Before or after the show feel free to visit
our gift shop for souvenirs which can be autographed by the competitors
Don’t miss this incredible show and competition, one night only at:
7pm - 9pm – Friday, May 30th
Doors Open at 6:00pm for seating
Please be Advised this a open field and a bring your own chair policy
will be in effect.
GENERAL ADMISSION - $15.00 per person,
CHILDREN ages 4-10 are $10.00
And “lap” children 3 years and under are free,
There are no Advance tickets for this event. Tickets are at the gate
only on the evening at gate opening about 6pm.
*** Most horses of the Knights of Valour are rescued draft horses.
*** All jousting at this event is real; unchoreographed, and done by
trained professional athletes.
Click here to view Joust Sudbury
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Walden Food Bank
Annual General Meeting
All residents or people havinwelcome to join uWednesday,
June 18,201at 7 p.m.
Kinsmen Hall (Boardroom),
15 Kin Dr., Lively
For more information contact
Beverly van der Jagt, President at 705-919-6541
Anderson Farm Museum - Educational Tour Information Spring and Summer
TRINITY UNITED CHURCH
FISH & CHIP
& BAKE SALE
Saturday, May 24th from 12-6pm
at Trinity United Church on 6th Avenue
Fish * Cavendish French Fries
Coleslaw * lemon * tartar sauce
$12.00 per dinner
PLEASE PRE-ORDER TO GUARANTEE YOUR DINNER
Call: DOUG @ 692-0608
See you there!
You arecordially invited...
United Way Sudbury and Nipissing Districts’ Board of
Directors and staff cordially invite you to its
Annual General Meeting.
Where: IMAX Theatre, Science North
When: Tuesday May 20, 2014, 5:30 p.m.
Please join us as we review our successes from 2013. During
the event, we will award Community Grants, United Way
Awards, and GenNext Volunteer Awards. There will also be
a special announcement regarding our Annual Campaign.
Please RSVP your attendance today by contacting Melanie
Dionne at email@example.com or by telephone
705-560-3330, ext 200.
Plant sale at Chelmsford Valley District Composite School
greenhouse May 10 & 17
Chelmsford Valley District Composite School will host its annual
greenhouse plant sale on Saturday, May 10, 2014 and Saturday, May 17,
2014 from 9 am to 2 pm. Chelmsford Valley District Composite School is
located at 3594 Highway 144 in Chelmsford.
“Residents from across Greater Sudbury will be able to choose from a
wide assortment of beautiful hanging baskets, flowers and garden
vegetables that have all been grown in our school greenhouse,” said
Chelmsford Valley District Composite School Principal Pamela Potvin.
Principal Potvin thanked the many volunteers who work diligently
throughout the year to nurture the plants. “This annual event has been
held for the past 20 years with all proceeds to fund student bursaries,”
she said. “The greenhouse is contributing to the beautification and
sustainability of our community and supporting student success.” This
past year the Greenhouse also supported “at risk” programs for several
In addition to the Saturday sale on May 10th and 17th, the public is
welcome to visit the greenhouse and purchase plants every weekday from 9
am until noon.
About the greenhouse
The greenhouse at Chelmsford Valley District Composite School was built
40 years ago in the central courtyard of the school. Teachers and
students were involved in the project along with skilled trades. In the
past 20 years, a large contingent of community volunteers, mostly
seniors, and some staff operate the greenhouse, with great success.
Volunteers tend to the greenhouse each weekday morning and sometimes
weekends and holidays. Many people in the community support the venture,
not only by purchasing their plants from the greenhouse, but also by
providing free pots, planters and many cuttings that are used for
transplanting and propagating.
The greenhouse operates year-round with the exception of July and
August. Following start-up in September, the propagation of donated
plants begins and continues during the winter months. In the early
spring, the seeding of annual flowers and vegetables begins.
Watering and fertilizing is ongoing. This yearlong labor of love
culminates with the May sales where the community is invited to choose
from a wide assortment of healthy plants.
Over the years, the greenhouse has provided a natural classroom for
students from Chelmsford Valley District Composite School. Students
enjoy the peaceful setting as they help with seeding, watering and
general plant care. The greenhouse has also provided a perfect place for
science demonstrations on a variety of topics, such as photosynthesis
Students are encouraged to visit the greenhouse, where their questions
and inquiries are answered. They often volunteer their services and
assist with spring sales. Students also visit the greenhouse on special
occasions to purchase plants for family and friends.
Pamela Potvin, Principal, Chelmsford Valley District Composite School,
Rainbow District School Board, 705-675-0225.
Out of respect for the passing of Councillor Fabio Belli
over the weekend, the
for Tuesday, April 15,
2014, has been
The City is working with
the athletes to find a
suitable alternate date.
We thank residents for
their understanding and
look forward to
celebrating our Olympic
athletes at the
celebration's new date,
likely later this spring
or early summer.
Remise de la
célébration pour les
La célébration pour fêter le retour de nos athlètes
olympiques qui devait
avoir lieu le mardi 15
avril 2014 sera remise,
par respect, à
l'occasion du décès du
conseiller Fabio Belli
au cours de la fin de
La Ville et les athlètes
tentent de trouver une
autre date qui convient.
Nous remercions les
résidents de leur
compréhension et nous
fêterons nos athlètes
olympiques locaux lors
d'une autre célébration,
soit un peu plus tard au
printemps ou au début de
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