Events – The North Grenville Times http://www.ngtimes.ca The Voice of North Grenville Sat, 26 May 2018 23:34:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.6 Dedication of Veterans Way in memory of Owen Fitz’Gerald http://www.ngtimes.ca/dedication-of-veterans-way-in-memory-of-owen-fitzgerald/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/dedication-of-veterans-way-in-memory-of-owen-fitzgerald/#respond Thu, 24 May 2018 18:52:02 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12742 The Municipality of North Grenville and the Veterans Way Memorial Committee are pleased to extend an invitation to the public to attend the formal dedication of Veterans Way (roadway) in honour and remembrance of the late Owen Fitz’Gerald on Saturday, June 2, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. The ceremony will be held on the grounds of […]

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The Municipality of North Grenville and the Veterans Way Memorial Committee are pleased to extend an invitation to the public to attend the formal dedication of Veterans Way (roadway) in honour and remembrance of the late Owen Fitz’Gerald on Saturday, June 2, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. The ceremony will be held on the grounds of Veterans Way Memorial Park, which is located at the Ferguson Forest Centre (275 County Road 44), just north of the North Grenville Municipal Centre.

Owen Fitz’Gerald, was a mechanic, high school faculty teacher, mentor and friend to many. He was a Councillor on the last Oxford-on-Rideau Council and went on to become one of the first elected Councillors to serve on the Municipality of North Grenville Council. He was also a multi-term Director and Past President of the Ferguson Forest Centre Corporation Board of Directors and served on the Executive Committee of the Royal Canadian Legion Kemptville Branch #212.

Owen Fitz’Gerald was best known in the community for his efforts to ensure that those who served and continue to serve in Canada’s Armed Forces were remembered for their service and sacrifices. To that end, Owen became the founder of Veterans Way and later chaired the Veterans Way Memorial Committee, with the successful goal of creating the Veterans Way Memorial Park at the western gateway to the Ferguson Forest Centre.

Veterans Way was established in 2002 as a site of remembrance and reflection in honour of the men and women who had served their country in the military. The roadway is a tree-lined living memorial and each year new names are added to the Honour Roll.

In recognition of his many accomplishments, Owen was posthumously honoured by the Mayor and Council with the adoption of Resolution C-2017-180 dated November 27, 2017 which reads “Be it resolved that the Council of the Municipality of North Grenville hereby dedicates Veterans Way in memory of the late Owen Fitz’Gerald.”

A permanent commemorative plaque expressing that sentiment will be unveiled at the ceremony.

The list of guest speakers for the event includes MPP Steve Clark, Mayor David Gordon and Carl Doucette, President of the Ferguson Forest Centre Corporation. A special invitation to attend this ceremony is extended to representatives from the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada, Royal Canadian Legion Zone G-3 and the NATO Veterans Organization of Canada, as well as past and serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Please be advised that there will be limited seating available for those planning on attending the ceremony. It is suggested that attendees consider bringing a lawn chair or portable seating device if they wish to do so. In keeping with Municipal regulations that apply to this event, the public is requested to refrain from bringing animals to the Memorial Park site.

In the event of inclement weather, the ceremony will be held indoors at the Pte. Blake Williamson Memorial Hall (formerly the Kemptville Armoury) at 25 Reuben Crescent, Kemptville, Ontario.

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Spend this Canada Day in the Village of Merrickville! http://www.ngtimes.ca/spend-this-canada-day-in-the-village-of-merrickville/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/spend-this-canada-day-in-the-village-of-merrickville/#respond Thu, 24 May 2018 18:49:15 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12725 The Village of Merrickville will be celebrating Canada Day on Sunday, July 1, 2018. Make sure you plan to come early and spend the day! The day begins with an Ecumenical Church Service at the Collar Hill Cemetery at 10:00am. This is in recognition of the founding of Merrickville by William Merrick 225 years ago. […]

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The Village of Merrickville will be celebrating Canada Day on Sunday, July 1, 2018. Make sure you plan to come early and spend the day!

The day begins with an Ecumenical Church Service at the Collar Hill Cemetery at 10:00am. This is in recognition of the founding of Merrickville by William Merrick 225 years ago.

Cheer on the participants of the Canada Day Parade, which begins at 11:30am. Our Parade is led by our own Legion members, followed by the Kemptville Pipe and Drum Band, Swords and Ploughshares, as well as many other local floats and participants. Last, but not least, are the Shriners who bring laughter and funny antics wherever they go!

The parade winds up at noon in Blockhouse Park, where the official Canada Day Ceremonies will be held. Immediately following at 1:00pm, there will be live music, entertainment and children’s activities until 5:30. Take in a free chicken lunch at the Legion or stop by the Lions’ tent in Blockhouse Park for a free BBQ.

New this year, the local Makers’ Market will be set up in the vacant lot beside Mainstreet Restaurant between 1 and 5:30pm. Stop by and shop for fresh foodstuffs and crafts of all kinds.

In recognition of Merrickville’s 225 Anniversary, the Merrickville and District Historical Society has sponsored two performances of Fiddlehead Soup at the Legion starting at 2:00pm. This is a local Celtic Band sure to get your toes tapping.

The Sons of Martha Performance begins at 8:30pm in the Fairgrounds. Be sure to bring along a lawn chair to enjoy this outdoor rock-infused multi-genre set, with songs inspired by the occasion of Canada Day! The Sons will be performing a version of their rock opera, “the Voyage of the Intergalactic Merchant Marine” and will include plenty of local historical tid-bits and original songs about local history. Come on out to clap, sing and dance along!

And what would a Canada Day be without the traditional fireworks display, which begins in the Fairgrounds at 10pm.

For more information about Merrickville’s Canada Day, go to: www.merrickville-wolford.ca. Hope to see you there! (Note timing and events may vary)

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NGDHS holding benefit concert for school in Kenya http://www.ngtimes.ca/ngdhs-holding-benefit-concert-for-school-in-kenya/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/ngdhs-holding-benefit-concert-for-school-in-kenya/#respond Thu, 24 May 2018 18:48:31 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12762 Students and staff at North Grenville District High School (NGHS) are getting ready for a benefit concert to raise money for a school in Kenya. The NGDHS-run organization called Sarah’s Hope started in 2005, when a former student was going to Kenya as part of her nursing degree at the University of Ottawa. Sarah Bolton […]

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Students and staff at North Grenville District High School (NGHS) are getting ready for a benefit concert to raise money for a school in Kenya. The NGDHS-run organization called Sarah’s Hope started in 2005, when a former student was going to Kenya as part of her nursing degree at the University of Ottawa. Sarah Bolton got in touch with her former science teacher, Phil Stover, to get his thoughts on the trip and, when Phil told his class, they came up with the idea of raising money to send educational items over to Kenya with Sarah. “They sent items like workbooks, pencils, erasers, and hacky sacks,” says Meredith Island, a teacher at NGDHS and organizer of the benefit concert.

For six years, students at NGDHS raised money to send school supplies to a nursery school in Kenya. In 2011, Sarah’s Hope decided to switch gears and get involved with a more established organization, to be more accountable and to make sure funds raised were going directly to those they were trying to help. They got in touch with an organization in Ireland, called Moving Mountains of Trust, who had a new project: to rebuilt Gatwe Primary School in Embu, Kenya, which had fallen into disrepair.

Every year, NGDHS students and staff have worked hard to raise money to rebuild the school and have financed seven out of the eleven classrooms built through fundraising. “Phil went to Kenya in September to help build the last classroom,” Meredith says.

While Phil was over there, he noticed a couple of other projects that needed to be financed: a new toilet block to provide more sanitary facilities to the students, and a new kitchen, which is currently just a shack that houses a wood fire.

Through fundraising and donations, Sarah’s Hope has raised enough money to rebuild the toilet block. The school’s benefit concert will be raising money for the kitchen, the final project they are undertaking at Gatwe Primary School.

This is the twelfth annual benefit concert for Sarah’s Hope at NGDHS. There will also be a bake sale and displays to educate the public about Moving Mountains of Trust, Sarah’s Hope, and where the proceeds of the concert are going. “We want people to have a sense of where their money is going, and who they are helping,” Meredith says.

The benefit concert will be on Thrusday, May 31, at 7 pm. Doors to the NGDHS cafeteria will open at 6:30 pm, and tickets are $10 each, or $25 for a family of four. It is organized by the music club, run by teacher, Stephen Henderson, and features both teacher and student performers. Meredith says they have a lot of talent at NGDHS, with many of their performers being regulars in the Kemptville Youth Musical Theatre productions. “Our musicians are amazing,” she says. “We are hoping for a big audience this year.”

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Roger Stevens and William Merrick at the Great Falls on the Rideau http://www.ngtimes.ca/roger-stevens-and-william-merrick-at-the-great-falls-on-the-rideau/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/roger-stevens-and-william-merrick-at-the-great-falls-on-the-rideau/#respond Thu, 24 May 2018 18:43:56 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12722 The Merrickville and District Historical Society is contributing with 15 events this summer to the 225th anniversary of Merrickville-Wolford. On Sunday, May 27, the historical society’s commemorations begin at 2 pm in the Merrickville Legion, with a presentation on Roger Stevens and William Merrick, Loyalists who had land grants on opposite banks of the Rideau […]

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The Merrickville and District Historical Society is contributing with 15 events this summer to the 225th anniversary of Merrickville-Wolford.

On Sunday, May 27, the historical society’s commemorations begin at 2 pm in the Merrickville Legion, with a presentation on Roger Stevens and William Merrick, Loyalists who had land grants on opposite banks of the Rideau at the Great Falls.

Stevens, from Vermont, a lieutenant in the King’s Rangers, was a spy for the British cause during the American Revolution. He endured great personal losses and three imprisonments. His service eventually earned him a grant on the north side of the Rideau in 1790. Stevens had a house and a mill when he died in the company of William Merrick in 1793.

William Merrick took ownership of Stevens’ unfinished mill, and began to build others for grain and wood cutting. Merrick, from Massachusetts, parlayed an initial grant of 200 acres into larger holdings, and instigated the economic development of Merrick’s Mill toward an industrial community of more than 50 business, which thrived on water power.

Michael Whitaker is giving the talk on Sunday, May 27, at 2 pm at the Merrickville Legion on Main St. West.

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Sauve BBQ’s to run through the summer http://www.ngtimes.ca/sauve-bbqs-to-run-through-the-summer/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/sauve-bbqs-to-run-through-the-summer/#respond Thu, 24 May 2018 18:39:57 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12676 Sauve Heating and Air Conditioning is hosting weekly fundraising barbeques in Prescott all summer. Beginning Thursday, May 24, and running throughout the summer, Sauve Heating will host fundraising barbecues in support of different local charities and organizations. Each BBQ will run from 11 am to 2 pm every Thursday in the parking lot of Prescott’s […]

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Sauve Heating and Air Conditioning is hosting weekly fundraising barbeques in Prescott all summer. Beginning Thursday, May 24, and running throughout the summer, Sauve Heating will host fundraising barbecues in support of different local charities and organizations. Each BBQ will run from 11 am to 2 pm every Thursday in the parking lot of Prescott’s Canadian Tire.

With territory spanning Kemptville through Prescott and Brockville, Ben Sauve, owner of Sauve Heating and Air Conditioning, saw an opportunity for a weekly community event in Prescott. Gracious support from a number of local businesses and the Town of Prescott has helped make it happen.

“I think a community barbecue is a simple way to get neighbours together over good food and in support of great causes,” says Ben. “We look forward to slowing things down for a couple of hours, and giving back to the community we’ve called home for over 25 years.”

With help from local businesses, including Canadian Tire Prescott, P38 Energy, O’Reilly’s Independent Grocer, and B&H Grocer, Sauve Heating will ensure all supplies are on hand each week. Representatives from the recipient organizations will provide volunteers to help set up and serve at the barbecue.

“We wanted to help give local charities a boost of support and recognition,” says Ben. “Keeping things simple is what we do; so by taking care of the legwork, we hope to offer an easy way for these great causes to continue their work.”

Local charities interested in getting involved are asked to contact Ben Sauve directly by emailing ben@sauveheating.ca, or by calling 613-925-0223.

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Time to get ready for the 2018 Rotary Canada Day Parade http://www.ngtimes.ca/time-to-get-ready-for-the-2018-rotary-canada-day-parade/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/time-to-get-ready-for-the-2018-rotary-canada-day-parade/#respond Thu, 24 May 2018 18:34:57 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12756 Dr. Jo-Anne Bell, 2018 Kemptville Rotary Club Canada Day Parade Chair The Kemptville Rotary Club is busily organizing the 2018 Canada Day Parade for July 1, and we invite you to join us. We all had a wonderful time during our 150 celebrations in 2017, and we are looking to do it again! As Chair […]

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Dr. Jo-Anne Bell, 2018 Kemptville Rotary Club Canada Day Parade Chair

The Kemptville Rotary Club is busily organizing the 2018 Canada Day Parade for July 1, and we invite you to join us. We all had a wonderful time during our 150 celebrations in 2017, and we are looking to do it again!

As Chair of the Kemptville Rotary Club’s Canada Day Parade, I am pleased to announce the parade theme for the upcoming year: “Celebrating Canada – Love the Maple Leaf”. Parade planning is well under way, and we hope that the theme for the 2018 Rotary Canada Day parade will inspire you. We are encouraging parade entries from the various service groups, volunteer organizations, youth clubs, farms, businesses, hamlets, and inspired individuals; the more the merrier! Your entry can be a float, a trailer, a vehicle (old, new, or simply funky), or on foot! If you wish to participate on roller skates, aboard a four-wheeler, riding a tractor, bicycle, or on horse-back, we want to see you in the Rotary Canada Day Parade! In addition, everyone who created a fabulous decoy for the Rotary Duck Decoy Challenge is invited to come and “walk with your duck”! And speaking of ducks, don’t forget to visit this year’s decoy display at Canadian Tire, located in the Hunting Pro Shop, and vote for your top three entries.

Remember our motto: Don’t rain on our parade – join us! We guarantee you will have lots of FUN!

The Rotary Canada Day parade will begin at 4 pm (rain or shine) from Campus Drive at the Kemptville College Campus, and will make its way through town along Prescott Street and end at Holy Cross Church on Clothier Street. There will be judges ready to award bragging rights to various parade entries. In addition, we are looking for the best costumes that you can create in one of two categories. Everyone who joins the parade, either as an individual or as a group, can compete to be the best dressed in “Red and White”, or your interpretation of “Love the Maple Leaf”. Let’s see what wonderful creations you can come up with!

To register, visit the Kemptville Rotary Club Website (www.kemptvillerotary.ca), click on Jo-Anne Bell, and send me an e-mail with your details. Registration is free! YOUR INVOLVEMENT IS KEY TO A SUCCESSFUL CANADA DAY CELEBRATION IN NORTH GRENVILLE.

The Kemptville Rotary Club sends a huge thank you to everyone who joined the parade last year! The entries were terrific, and your efforts were greatly appreciated. We look forward to seeing you all turn out again this year. More details are coming soon, and your job now is to think about how you want to celebrate Canada and make some fabulous new memories for July 1, 2018.

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HOL puts ‘fun’ in fundraiser with Family Fun Day http://www.ngtimes.ca/hol-puts-fun-in-fundraiser-with-family-fun-day/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/hol-puts-fun-in-fundraiser-with-family-fun-day/#respond Thu, 24 May 2018 18:12:32 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12686 House of Lazarus (HOL) is determined to make this year’s Family Fun Day fun for the whole family. The annual food bank fundraiser is set for Saturday, May 26, from 10 am to 3 pm, beginning with a walkathon, and including a host of activities for all ages, including a large bouncy castle, courtesy of […]

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House of Lazarus (HOL) is determined to make this year’s Family Fun Day fun for the whole family. The annual food bank fundraiser is set for Saturday, May 26, from 10 am to 3 pm, beginning with a walkathon, and including a host of activities for all ages, including a large bouncy castle, courtesy of Southgate Church, a petting zoo with Vanderlaand the Barnyard Zoo, a barbecue courtesy of Knights of Columbus, a ukulele concert with the Vernon Ukulele Group, followed by an interactive kazoo jam session, and more.

Admission is only $2 per person, but free for those participating in the walkathon. The walkathon offers a 2.5 kilometre excursion for walkers, runners, or bikers to complete at their leisure. Pledges can be in the form of money or non-perishable food items. Pledge sheets are available for pick up at HOL’s stores or for download via HOL’s website.

“While some are definitely collecting pledges, we have other participants planning to skip the pledge sheet and participate by making a donation,” HOL client services manager Kim Merkley said.

In addition to raising money and non-perishable food items for HOL’s food bank, the event is meant to offer families a fun and affordable weekend outing.

“House of Lazarus is more than a food bank,” HOL executive director Cathy Ashby said. “At HOL, we try to fill in the service and resource gaps in our community, but we also try to build community by offering everyone opportunities to come together for an inexpensive day of fun and giving back.”

For more information, visit www.houseoflazarus.com, or contact Kim Merkley at kmerkley@houseoflazarus.com, or phone 613-989-3830.

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Arts Guild to hold a show http://www.ngtimes.ca/arts-guild-to-hold-a-show/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/arts-guild-to-hold-a-show/#respond Thu, 24 May 2018 18:08:55 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12700 The North Grenville Arts Guild will be holding an art show & sale featuring beautiful works from over 25 local artists at the old fire hall and armoury, now known as the Pte. Blake Williamson Memorial Hall. The show is part of the 416 Art Kruze, studio tour weekend. Artists interested in participating can email […]

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The North Grenville Arts Guild will be holding an art show & sale featuring beautiful works from over 25 local artists at the old fire hall and armoury, now known as the Pte. Blake Williamson Memorial Hall. The show is part of the 416 Art Kruze, studio tour weekend.

Artists interested in participating can email NGArtsGuild@gmail.com for more information.

While the booths are currently only available to guild members, both guild membership and the show fee are very reasonable and affordable. The Rotary Club of Kemptville and Geronimo’s Coffee House are early sponsors but a few more sponsoring positions are still up for grabs. A BBQ and Refreshments stand will be on hand, courtesy of the Rotary Club and public admission to the show is FREE!

Artists interested in participating can email NGArtsGuild@gmail.com for more information.

Art Show & Sale – June 23, 24. Pte. Blake Williamson Memorial Hall. Riverside Park, Kemptville.

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Canadian Tire BBQ for Jumpstart http://www.ngtimes.ca/canadian-tire-bbq-for-jumpstart/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/canadian-tire-bbq-for-jumpstart/#respond Thu, 24 May 2018 18:02:48 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12746 by Claire Larabie Jumpstart day is May 26, and from 11 am to 3 pm there will be a BBQ at Canadian Tire in Kemptville to raise funds for Jumpstart. The vision of Jumpstart is simple: Canada, where all kids have a chance to fulfill their dreams. That means that local chapters provide funds that […]

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by Claire Larabie

Jumpstart day is May 26, and from 11 am to 3 pm there will be a BBQ at Canadian Tire in Kemptville to raise funds for Jumpstart. The vision of Jumpstart is simple: Canada, where all kids have a chance to fulfill their dreams. That means that local chapters provide funds that allow kids to take part in activities and sports which would otherwise be beyond their family’s budgets. They also provide Grants to KYC and many other groups that provide active play. Canadian Tire Corporation is Jumpstart’s biggest supporter as it funds all the general administrative expenses of Jumpstart, which means 100% of customer donations go directly to help kids in need.

This is why, every year, Frank Hoffman, of Kemptville’s Canadian Tire, can be found promoting Jumpstart, providing space and facilities for the annual Jumpstart BBQ and auction. Not only that, but every dollar raised through the fundraising events in May and June is matched by Canadian Tire. Every year, the local Jumpstart chapter has to raise funds for the entire year between May and June.

This year, the Kemptville Fire Service will be in attendance once again, and, from noon to 1 pm, Steve Clark will be helping to serve the hot dogs and burgers. Royal Lepage Real Estate Team will provide all the volunteers, and a donation box will be put out for the fill-a-jar challenge sent out to all NG.

Kids aged 4 to 18 from families in financial need can receive funding to help with registration fees, equipment and/or transportation, so they can take part in sports activities in North Grenville. A child’s life is enriched through activity, but that doesn’t mean it comes without a cost. Twelve years ago, Canadian Tire saw the need and stepped up by launching Jumpstart. Every store has a community partner who oversees their area. Canadian Tire Charity contributes a base budget each year, and any money raised locally stays here, in this community. Canadian Tire will match $ for $, and the Foundation will double-match the first $2,000 we raise each Spring.

Families go online to apply, and must meet financial need criteria in order to qualify for Jumpstart funding.

For 12 years I have been involved. In our first year, the program helped 21 children play, or join in a group, with a budget of $2,700. That number grew in 2017 to almost 189 kids who were able to participate in over 70 sports and activities like Scouts, Guides, Dance, School Sports, Special Need Programs, Summer camp days, and 4H. To purchase equipment, because of Jumpstart and local partnerships, requests from $40 to $300 were approved.

Please help this important cause; I appreciate any help you can give the Chapter and the families who apply from your area. Further information available 613-258-6470, or at askmeone@sympatico.ca.

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It’s time to get your ducks in a row and come out and vote! http://www.ngtimes.ca/its-time-to-get-your-ducks-in-a-row-and-come-out-and-vote-2/ http://www.ngtimes.ca/its-time-to-get-your-ducks-in-a-row-and-come-out-and-vote-2/#respond Tue, 22 May 2018 14:22:41 +0000 http://www.ngtimes.ca/?p=12665 Each year it becomes more competitive and it’s truly amazing to see the efforts put into dressing these ducks up to reflect what their companies stand for. Ducks are now on display at Canadian Tire. Bring your entire family, to see the display, it will captivate the young, the old and everyone in between.

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Each year it becomes more competitive and it’s truly amazing to see the efforts put into dressing these ducks up to reflect what their companies stand for. Ducks are now on display at Canadian Tire. Bring your entire family, to see the display, it will captivate the young, the old and everyone in between.

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