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From September 14th until the 28th for every $25 spent in any Port Credit BIA establishment, bring your receipt to the Port Credit Farmers Market and you will receive FIVE FARMERS MARKET DOLLARS to be used at the Farmer Market any Saturday.
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Back to School! Summer is coming to an end and it’s officially back-to-school season! After a long, enjoyable summer, going back to school is an exciting time of year. The first week back can definitely be a bit of an adjustment. That’s why it’s important to arrive refreshed and ready to learn. Every single student has something that they excel in, and school provides an opportunity for you to discover those talents. Whether it’s in English, math, science, or extracurricular activities, explore everything your school has to offer.
If you haven’t already, I encourage you to sign up for a library card. Library cards are free for anyone who lives, works, goes to school or owns property in Mississauga. Mississauga’s future is written in our classrooms, and I would like to thank all of the dedicated teachers and staff who have challenged our students to reach higher and be the best that they can be. Remember to set goals, study hard and to believe in yourselves. Have a great school year!
When you are ready to hit the books, I encourage you to visit one of our eighteen libraries across the City. City libraries provide free services including e-resources, meeting rooms, computer rentals, free Wi-Fi and much more.
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INTERIM PLACE STEPS TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN WALK BY JULIA ROBINSON
On August 26th, the community stepped forward to end violence against women by participating in Interim Placeâ€™s 7th Annual Steps to End Violence Against Women Walk. This walk was in honour of the women and children in our community who have lost their lives to violence and the many courageous women and their children who have contacted us or walked through our doors.
By Peeter Poldre, Photographer Always learning and striving to CAPTURE the next great photo!
yes are the "window" onto the soul, and for the photographer, eyes are the "prize." The eyes can tell a story of joy (1) or sadness (2), seduction (3) or exhaustion (4). Therefore, when taking portraits of people or even animals (5) and birds (6), maximum effort must be made to get the eye(s) into sharp focus. 1
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HEALTH earing is our most critical sense for communication. Visiting your audiologist is a step towards better hearing health as we know that 1 in 5 Canadians has a hearing loss.1 What is most concerning is that 77% of adults with hearing loss remain undiagnosed. Hearing loss can happen very gradually, and can easily go unnoticed. Common signs include: asking people to repeat, complaints the TV is too loud, or difficulty hearing in groups.
SOCIAL ISOLATION: When people have difficulty hearing they withdraw from social situations because they cannot effectively communicate. Social isolation can lead to a higher rate of cognitive decline.
A comprehensive hearing test provides information regarding the health of your ears and whether you have normal hearing or hearing loss. If you have concerns with your hearing or are over the age of 50, a baseline hearing test is recommended.
DIABETES: Hearing loss is twice as common in those with diabetes. It is recommended that these individuals undergo annual hearing tests.3
The effects of hearing loss reach far beyond the ear, and are associated with other health conditions:
RISK OF FALLS: Individuals with hearing loss are at greater risk of falls. As the hearing loss worsens, the risk of falling increases.4
DEMENTIA: When you strain to hear, your brain utilizes resources to understand what is being said. This takes away from other areas of the brain leaving minimal resources for regular cognitive processing. Treating hearing loss with hearing aids can reduce the rate of cognitive decline.2
Hearing loss not only affects the individual, but those around them, and can influence other facets of our health.
HEART DISEASE: A decrease in blood flow can deprive certain parts of the ear that are sensitive to constant blood flow. This can result in permanent hearing loss.
If you or a loved one have concerns about their hearing, call to schedule your hearing test with our Audiologist or visit www.pcaudiology.ca. http://www.statcan.gc.ca; Cruickshanks et al. 1998 Archives of Neurology, Feb 2012; Annals of Internal Medicine National Institutes of Health, June 2008 4 Public Health Agency of Canada, 2014 1 2 3
Contact us today and find out what our Audiologist can do to treat your hearing loss!
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01 Mississauga Italfest at Celebration Square, photo from Facebook 02 A wonderful afternoon for a picnic with the seniors, photo from Wawel Villa 03 Buskerfest 2018 Media Launch 04 Mississauga Italfest at Celebration Square 05 Mississauga Italfest with MAC Executive Mike Douglas, founder Patti Janetta Baker and Board Member Robert Martellacci 06 Coffee with Ward 1 Candidate Natalie Hart 07 SouthSide Shuffle Media Launch 08 Opening Ceremonies for the Ontario 55+ Games 09 President Candice passes the gavel over to the new club president Maryann at the American Women's Club Award Luncheon 10 Performing at West Edge Open Mic 11 MAC Member Exhibition
SUNNY DAYS CAMP BBQ FOR EPILEPSY PHOTOGRAPHY BY TREVOR GORDON
Sunny Days Camp is for children living with epilepsy and their siblings. The goal is to provide a safe and fun environment while normalizing their diagnosis. Every Wednesday, the camp goes on a field trip including Wet’N’Wild, Medieval Times, and Centreville Island! Another annual family BBQ was held on August 23rd for families to connect, enjoy food, and enjoy entertainment from our very own “Campers Got Talent!”
ANDREA MARCHANT CELEBRATES 25 YEARS It was a day of celebration on August 10th, as Andrea Marchant celebrated 25 years of being a professional photographer at As It Happens Photography Inc., as well as her birthday and wedding anniversary. Even with the nasty weather, the Coach House Studio was filled with many friends and family who all enjoyed the beautiful surroundings and delicious food and beverages. Congratulations Andrea!
01 Lisa, Mayor Bonnie Crombie & Andrea 02 Ross, Colleen & Lynn 03 The MBOT Crew
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Download your trail map from our website and visit Your favourite artists over the course of the weekend.
PORT CREDIT BUSKERFEST PHOTOGRAPHY BY PEETER POLDRE
he Port Credit Buskerfest celebrated its 13th year from August 17th-19th. The festival was a site to see from an extravagant fire show to the hip hop realm featuring the world famous Gound Illusionz. The Kids Zone kept the little ones active with fun arts and crafts and special performances by Groovinâ€™ Toons, Bumbling Bert and Oregano and Friends. It was a great time had by all.
20TH ANNUAL TIM HORTON’S SOUTHSIDE SHUFFLE
PHOTOGRAPHY BY PEETER POLDRE
There was plenty of music, dancing and celebrating during this year’s 20th annual Tim Horton’s Southside Shuffle event that occurred in Port Credit Memorial Park from Friday, Sept 7th through Sunday, Sept 9th. It all started 20 years ago by founder and artistic director Chuck Jackson’s vision to bring the blues to Port Credit. This festival now draws over 75,000 people worldwide and the Mississauga Arts Council has awarded it as “Mississauga’s Best Festival” with the MARTY award. The main stage headliners included Coco Montoya, Savoy Brown and the Legendary Downchild Blues Band. Rabba Fine Foods Street Shuffle opened with a memorable street parade and featured bands and acts performing at various locations up and down Lakeshore Road East. So much talent and so much fun made this event a huge success. Thank you to all the volunteers, organizers, sponsors and performers that helped make this 20th anniversary a special celebration. 14
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The Credits: Annual Heritage Awards Gala heritagemississauga.com
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Port Credit Treat in our East portcredit.com
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Halloween in Clarkson Village
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eats2Borders is a cultural diplomacy program sponsored by the U.S. Consulate in Toronto, making its debut in Mississauga. They celebrate a unique art form which began in the United States, but spread to Canada and other countries, ultimately becoming a global phenomenon. Itâ€™s one of the countless cultural ties that connect the two nations. The American Artist educators use hip hop to help youth express their voice, develop leadership skills and build positive peer-based interactions.
Dear Wine Ladies,
This fall I am trying to think and drink outside the proverbial box and have discovered a fabulous white wine called Arneis. I’d never heard of it, found it delicious, well priced and a hit with our friends as well. Can you tell me a little about this wine? - Brianna
THE WINE LADIES Q&A Dear Brianna, Arneis is actually a grape variety that comes from the North Western region of Piedmont in Italy. It is one of close to five hundred grape varieties indigenous to Italy. Becoming more popular these days, we are seeing more of these wines showing up on the shelves of our liquor stores. Like you, it seems wine drinkers are becoming more adventurous, and when the price is right, as it can be with Arneis, eureka!
distracted away from the prized Nebbiolo grapes which make the highly regarded and famous wines of Barolo. A close-up of Arneis grapes.
The variety’s name is derived from a Piedmontese word meaning “little rascal.” This is due to the fact that the grapes are hard to grow, as Arneis is a low cropping variety and is susceptible to mildew. As in life, and as it is with the finicky noble grape Pinot Noir, known as the “heart break grape,“ a little struggle builds character and when the stars align, can make a wonderful wine. Just as a little side note - Arneis has been and is known to play a role as a protector in the vineyards. To the rescue, it is sometimes planted next to vineyards planted with the Nebbiolo grape, which is the king red varietal of the region. Due to Arneis grapes’ stronger smell, hungry birds taken with the aroma become 18
We too discovered a wonderful Arneis, Sansilvestro Sabbie Roero Arneis for $15.95 in our market here in Ontario. Enjoy a beautiful enticing aroma of lemon, apple and straw tones, crisp and delicious on the palate, with a lingering finish. thewineladies.com
ACTIVE ADULT CENTRE END OF SUMMER BASH It was a rockin’ good time at the Active Adult Centre on August 31st as they held their End of Summer Bash. Everyone enjoyed a delicious buffet lunch and then danced the afternoon away as the live band played 50’s and 60’s tunes.
PADDLE FOR THE PEOPLE BY THE LAKESHORE CORRIDOR COMMUNITY TEAM
he Royal Canadian Legion Branch 82 was the place to hold the Annual Paddle for the People which took place on Saturday, August 25th. Lakeshore Corridor Community Team (LCCT) hosted this fun event which included lunch and a delicious steak dinner, all for a great cause. LCCT is a 100% volunteer run registered charity focused on improving the quality of life in South Mississauga.
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LOVE THIS HOUSE CELEBRATES 5 YEARS BY LAURIE USYPCHUK
On September 6th, exactly five years to the date, Love This House celebrated its fifth business anniversary at the Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT) offices. The highlight of the event was when Mayor Bonnie Crombie spoke to the attendees about the importance of small business and women in leadership roles in the Mississauga Business Community. Laurie Usypchuk, owner of Love This House, was presented a certificate from the city acknowledging the important milestone. A great time was had by all.
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