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communautaire Le lien community link The Alfred Conférence gratuite sur le deuil avec Monique Poirier, le 16 septembre, à 19h, à la bibliothèque publique. Renseigne- ments: 613-679-2663. Dalkeith On the Trail of Poppies -#e Dalkeith Historical Society is hosting a 4-day WW1 Tribute from September 10-13. Info: www.dalkeithhistory.com. Tel: 613-874-2514 or 613-874-9994. Fournier Cérémonie au cimetière de la Pa- roisse Saint-Bernard le dimanche 13 septembre. La messe sera célébrée à 10 h 30, dans le cimetière. Veuillez apporter votre chaise. En cas de pluie, la célébration aura lieu dans l›église. Un repas suivra à la salle municipale de Plantagenet-Sud de Fournier. RSVP Patrick Sloan : 613-524-5215, ou Jacque- line Lalonde, 613-524-2979. Hawkesbury #e Prescott and Russell Community Services are seeking volunteers to be a member of tehHawkesburyMeals-on- wheels committee. Monthlymeetings. Info: 613-632-0939. Hawkesbury Ribfest at Place des Pio- neers, Saturday, September 5 from 5 pm to 9 pm, and Sunday, September 6 from11 am to 2 pm. Info: 613.632.8066. Hawkesbury Auto Expo on Main Street, Sunday, September 6; rain or shine! Info: 613-632-8695 Club D’Age D’Or 50 Sand bags sea- son begins September 7, and darts be- gins September 8. Info: 613-632-8294. Assault Against Cancer Wresting Gala- Saturday, September 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Hotte Ford, 441 County Road 17. In%atable games, BBQ, corn, music, shows, car wash, head shaving, Zumba !tness and much more! Household hazardous waste collec- tion day - October 3, 8:30a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Hawkesbury Sewage Plant, 815 Main Street East. . Ste-Anne-de-Prescott Soap Box Derby on the hill in front of the community center of Ste-Anne-de- Prescott, Sunday, September 6 from11 am to 12pm.. A friendly and fun compe- tition for the young and young at heart. Info:www.ste-anne.ca or 613-674-2983.
Annual Fall Harvest Festival is just around the corner
Animals, artisans, and homemade goodies abound at the 16 th annual Harvest Fall Festival. Again this summer, organizers at the Glengarry Pioneer Museumhave been busy !nalizing details for two exciting and popular weekend events this fall; the 16 th annual Harvest Fall Festival on Sunday, September 13, followed by the Battle of Glengarry, Saturday and Sunday, September 26-27. Step back in time on September 13 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and discover how Glengarry’s early settlers lived and worked. Explore how early settlers made butter, ice cream, harnesses and saddles, leather boots, and spun thread. Be captivated by at least 25 artisans demonstrating these techniques and many more. It may get a little noisy in the afternoon during this year’s rooster crowing contest. Get your roosters’ (real and imitation) crowing perfected! #is year there will be a particular focus on animals of all kinds including a petting zoo with rabbits, a mini pig, miniature ponies, and perhaps a few surprises. Louise Paquette, of Fassifern, and her family have been volunteering at the Festival for several years. “#is is a great family event,” said Paquette. In addition to the petting zoo, LaurieMaus from Dunvegan, has been busy organizing an exhibition focusing on heritage livestock through the Heritage Livestock Club of Eastern Ontario. Maus and her group focus on educating the public about heritage breeds and also o$er connections for those interested in buying local, organic meat. Visitors will also witness one of the largest horse-drawn wagon and carriage parades in Eastern Ontario led by the Quigley Highlanders Pipe Band at 1 p.m.#e parade showcases horses, of course, but also various types of devices that were traditionally drawn by horses. Guests with a %air for fashion are invited to come dressed in period attire. #ere will be music by several local groups including
!e 16 th annual Harvest Fall Festival is taking place at the Glengarry Pioneer Museum on Sunday September 13 th .
Leo Paquette & Family, the Glengarry Girls’ Choir, Aaron Pritchard, the Caddell Family and DougMacPherson &Co. Don’t forget all the wonderful children’s pioneer activities throughout the day including games, crafts, and a Penny Candy booth. Barb Newman, hailing from the hamlet of Maxville, is once again the organizer of the Harvest Sale Tent at the Festival. New this year to the Harvest Tent, Newman is inviting children under 12 years of age to make their very own scarecrow to enter in the scarecrow contest. In addition, Newman is putting out a special call for donations of preserves, local produce, baked goods, bread and plants. “It’s
a chance for members of the community to share preparations from their old family recipes and to bring their heritage plants for the gardens of others,” said Newman. #e Glengarry Pioneer Museum is located inDunvegan on County Road 24 (Dunvegan Road), at the crossroad with County Road 30 (Green!eld Road). Parking is available on the road, or nearby in the Presbyterian Church parking lot. Accessible parking is also available. More information can be found by calling Barb Newman at 613-527-1944 or themuseumat 613-527-5230, or visit www. glengarrypioneermuseum.ca.
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Meals on Wheels needs your help
The Prescott and Russell Community Services are seeking volunteers to be a member of the Hawkesbury Meals-on-wheels committee. Volunteers are asked to attend monthly mee- tings, and to help out delivering meals to those in need. Meals on Wheels helps those who are unable to shop for their own food or to cook maintain their independence at home by delivering nutritious, delicious and affordable meals. Meals on Wheels also provide clients with a caring connection to the community. Info: 613-632-0939. – Diane Hunter
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