The North Grenville Times
ACROSS 1. Mosquitoes 6. Certain 10. Go to and fro 14. Relative magnitudes 15. Urgent request 16. Cartoon bear 17. Beautify 18. Colors 19. Not less 20. Young unmarried woman (archaic) 22. Rind 23. Daughter of Zeus and Demeter 24. Wealthy 26. Snare 30. A parcel of land 31. Drunkard 32. Fit
33. Opinion 35. Record player 39. Without a weapon 41. Business executive 43. Popular dance music 44. Bristle 46. Ardor 47. A very long period 49. European peak 50. Catch a glimpse of 51. Order of business 54. Adolescent 56. Publicize 57. Not arrogant 63. Greek letter 64. Lots 65. Forbidden 66. Kiss 67. Corridor 68. Balderdash
69. Hoopla 70. Not we 71. Affirmatives DOWN 1. Alumnus 2. Zero 3. "Smallest" particle 4. Novice 5. Relating to audible sound 6. Elliptical orbs 7. Emit long loud cries 8. Bobbin 9. Artists' workstands 10. Empathize 11. Courted 12. Yes 13. Submit 21. Figure out 25. Klutz's cry 26. Boom 27. Hindu princess 28. "Oh my!" 29. Portion 34. Senselessly 36. Poems 37. Half-moon tide 38. Paris airport 40. State of mind 42. Scruffs 45. Palatable 48. Zero 51. Gorillalike 52. Black-footed albatross 53. Prevent legally 55. Kooky 58. Ark builder 59. Filly's mother 60. Nile bird 61. No 62. "Comes and ____
Dec 2 Dec 2-3
Sustainable North Grenville Annual get-together and Give North Grenville silent auction, 6:30-9 pm at the Maplewood Hall in Oxford Mills and features specialty items gathered from local merchants and artisans.
Weekly and recurring events Mon
November 30, 2016
Beth Donovan Hospice's Grief Counsellor, Erika DeSchiffart, and Hospice Chaplain, Rev. Susan Shantz, are presenting a "Surviving the Holidays" workshop from 6:30-8 pm at the North Grenville Community Church. OPP Christmas Charity BBQ, 11:30 am to 1 pm at the Kemptville OPP detachment with all proceeds going to the Salvation Army Christmas Campaign. All unwrapped toys, non-perishable food items and monetary donations are accepted. BBQ sponsor Royal LePage Gale Real Estate. Youngsters of Yore, 1:30 pm, Library Program Room. Guest Speaker: Alice Basarke, Untold Stories of WWII. Oxford Mills Community Association Spirit of Christmas, Oxford Mills Town Hall annual Christmas Tree lighting on Friday evening around 6:30 pm and includes carol singing led by our local Girl Guides, followed by cookies, hot chocolate, and a visit with Father Christmas! Craft and Bake Sale, Bayfield Manor Nursing and Retirement Home at 100 Elvira St., 1:30-4 pm. Delicious baked goods, and numerous vendor craft tables, a display of beautiful art work for sale, painted by our residents. All proceeds goes to Bayfield Manor’s Residents Council. Dog Park Derby tickets and 2017 Ferguson Forest Dog Park calendars on sale at Canadian Tire, Kemptville and December 4 at B&H Grocer and Jonsson’s Independent Grocer from 9-3 pm. All proceeds to the Ferguson Forest Dog Park project.
Dec 9-10 North Grenville Concert Choir Messiah, Dec. 9 at 7:30 pm at Merrickville United Church and Dec. 10 at St. James Anglican Church in Kemptville at 2 pm and 7:30 pm. Tickets are $20, ($10 for 12 years & under) at Hairdooz or call 613-258 1348; or at Brewed Awakenings or call 613-258-6878. www.ngcc.net
Solutions to last week’s Sudoku
The Voice of North Grenville
Kemptville Quilters Guild, every 2nd Mon. at the Kemptville Pentecostal Church, 1964 County Road 43, 7 pm. New members welcome. Modern square dance club, Grenville Gremlins,7:30-10 pm, Leslie Hall on Clothier St. BNI Networking Group Breakfast, Grenville Mutual Insurance Building, 380 Colonnade Dr, 7- 8:30 am. Info: 613-918-0430. Bridge- St. John’s United Church, 12:15 pm. Cost $4. All levels of bridge players welcome. Info, contact Sandra at 613-258-2691. The Branch Artisans Guild, North Grenville Community Church, 2659 Concession Street every 3rd Tuesday, 7 pm. New members welcomed! NG Photography Club - first Wednesday of every month from 7-9 pm at the Auditorium of the Municipal Centre. See ngphotoclub.ca Klub 67 Euchre every 2nd & 4th Wed. beginning Sept. 14, 1:15 pm, St. John's United Church. Everyone welcome $5.00. Bingo- 1st & 3rd Wed., Kemptville Legion, 1 pm. All welcome. Refreshments available. Kemptville Legion cribbage night, 2nd and 4th Wed. Start time 7 pm. All welcome. Come and play for fun. New Horizon Club, 2nd & 4th Wed. at the Burritt`s Rapids Community Hall. Regular meetings begin at 2 pm. Special events with lunch begin at noon. Programs call 258-9315, membership info Janet at 269-2737. Holy Cross Church monthly suppers, 1st Wed of the month, starting October 5. Adults $8, Children $5. All are welcomed. Bridge - St. John’s United Church, 6:45 pm. Cost $5. All levels of bridge players welcome. For more info, contact Sandra at 613-258-2691. North Grenville Toastmasters - Meeting 1st & 3rd Thurs., 7 pm at O’Farrell’s Financial Services, Cty Rd 44. Info, call 258-7665. Twice The Fun Games (200 Sanders St. Unit 103) is your host for Game Night, 2nd and 4th Fri., 6-10 pm. Bring your favourite game or borrow one from their library. All ages welcome. Friendship Lunch, Leslie Hall, hosted by St. James, Holy Cross, Salvation Army, St. John and Kemptville Pentecostal Churches, 11:30 am. Donations accepted but not expected, everyone welcome. Kemptville Legion breakfast, 8 - 10 am 3rd Sat. Adults $5. Children under 12 $3. All welcome. Kerith Debt Freedom Centre – Provides free and confidential coaching to help you get and stay out of debt, 2nd & 4th Sat.of each month. Call 613-258-4815 x 103 or www.kdfc.ca to request an appointment. Twice The Fun Games (200 Sanders St. Unit 103) selects a game for their “Organized Play” and "Learn to Play" events, 1-4 pm . No experience needed. See what games are coming up, sign up for their newsletter. Kemptville and Area Walking Group, Municipal Centre - Early birds: 8 am, others 8:30 am. Contact: Eva 258-4487.