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communautaire Le lien community link The Dalkeith Terry Gillespie Fundraising Concert, Friday, July 24, from6 p.m. to 11 p.m., at Scherer Gardening, 1535 Dalkeith Road. The outdoor concert and pig roast will raise funds for South African singer Thandi Klaasen, who suffered a stroke last year. Info: Kathy Gillespie, 613-676- 0880. Hawkesbury Royal Canadian Legion Fundraiser, Friday, July 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Enjoy the music of Roch and Pierre Se- guin. Funds raised will go toward the upkeep of the Legion. Steve Barton Golf Tournament, Fri- day, July 17, from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Hawkesbury Golf and Curling Club. Proceeds go to Sacha’s Park, where eve- ryone can play. Country line dancing with the Seniors 50 + Club, July 25 at 7:30 p.m. at 421 Blvd. Cartier. Info: 613-632-8294. Cruise to L’Isle aux Coudres/Casino Charlevoix with the Seniors 50 + Club, August 19 & 20. Info: Kathleen, 613-632- 1841. Ste-Anne-de-Prescott The parish of Ste-Anne-de-Prescott invites you to participate in a pilgrimage in honour of Sainte Anne on Sunday, July 26. Mass at 10:00 a.m., followed by a colourful procession in the street, with flags and prayers. Méchoui dinner at the Community Centre. Information: 674- 2042, http://www.ste-anne.ca. St-Eugène Sculpture Garden, May 24 to Oct. 30, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Garden Sculpture Show in aid of the CMHA in Philippa’s Garden at the Skelly Gallery, 160 County Road 10, St-Eugène. Vankleek Hill Vankleek Hill &District Horticultural Society presents The Wonderful World of Water Gardening by Doug and Judy Harvey, July 16 at 7 p.m. at the VKHCom- munity Centre, 36 Mill Street. Porchfest, Saturday, July 18, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Vankleek Hill. Bring your own chair to enjoy local entertainers on Main Street in Vankleek Hill. Wendover RIBFEST / Festival de poulet et côtes levées – le jeudi 16 juillet, Centre com- munautaire Lucien Delorme, billets limités. Renseignements : Suzanne au 673-2383 ou info@festivalwesternwen- dover.ca.
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International Plowing Match Auctioneers’ Challenge Fast-talking auctioneers are being challenged to bring their talents to the 2015 Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry International Plowing Match (IPM) and Rural Expo in September. The rapid and rhythmic cadence of bid calling is a deeply engrained agricultural tradition and distinctive to the North American profes- sion, says local auctioneer and IPM volunteer Flora Dumouchel. “This is the first time an Auctioneers’ Challenge has ever been held at an IPM and we’re excited and proud to be able to make that happen right here in SDG.” Those who wish to register for the Auctio- neers’ Challenge can contact Ms Dumouchel at 613-537-2925 or floradumouchel@yahoo. ca. The IPM will provide all other items to be auctioned at the challenge. Three auctioneers of merit will be awarded a purse of $1000, $750 and $500. The event will take place at the IPM site on Thursday, September 24. The 2015 IPM will take place from September 22 to September 26 in Finch. - Diane Hunter Camping is more comfortable than one might think. It doesn’t have to mean being totally off the grid, or using an outhouse. Ontario’s parks have a lot to offer, including 300 comfort stations with hot showers, many of which offer laundry facilities. Wi-Fi is available at park visitor centres in Algonquin, Pinery, Killbear and Presqu’ile. There are over 330 provincial parks inOnta- rio, covering over eight million hectares— larger thanNova Scotia and Prince Edward Island combined. In 2014, Ontario’s provincial parks re- ceived more than 8.5 million visits from people around the world and brought in over $70million in revenue, which supported jobs and businesses across the province. “Ontario’s provincial parks offer somany options for people to enjoy themselves in style,” said Bill Mauro, Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry. “If you’re new to camping, youmight want to ease into it with some of our great glamping tips.” Campers can enjoy Ontario’s great ou- tdoors in style this summer by mixing gla- mour with camping, or glamping. Withmore than 19,000 car camping sites, many with 15/30 amp electrical service, RVing is a great way to enjoy Ontario parks. Recreational vehicles are available for rent for those who don’t own one. Many of Ontario’s provincial parks also offer cabins, yurts and cottages. And for those who prefer camping in luxury, the Sandbanks Provincial Park’s Maple Rest Heritage House is a former family farmhouse that features four bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, as well as a gas fire- place, screened porch and beautiful views of Lake Ontario.
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