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The foundation of every state is the education of its youth.

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Here is a snapshot of the warm, nurturing and stimulating environment your child will enjoy at Aurora Montessori School. You are invited to peruse our website and then visit our school in person, meet the staff and students, observe a classroom — Diogenes and witness the respect and kindness demonstrated in every corner of AMS.

You and your child will enjoy our:

• Bright, airy classrooms, modern gymnasium, computer lab, library, French, music and art rooms, which help to inspire our students to accomplish their very best, academically and creatively.

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• Fourteen acres of rolling hills with multiple play areas, and ample opportunities to enjoy exploring the outdoors

• The AMS children's village at the north end of the property complete MONTESSORI SCHOOL with animal shelters, a wetland area and amphitheatre.

For more information or to book a tour of our facilities, contact Admissions or visit us at:

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April 2016

Volume 25, Number 04

Publisher & Sales Manager Hazel Fernandes 905-967-0473

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n April 9, 2015, a new and exciting company held its Grand Opening at 220 Pony Drive, unit 1 in Newmarket. It was not a household name when it fi st opened, but the Glass Doctor of Newmarket has quickly become rooted in the York Region community, priding itself on customer service, quality products and quick turnaround times. During this short time, it has grown from a tiny team of two to eight full-time employees all bringing in different types of expertise. Terrific p oducts and exceptional customer service are just a part of what separates the Glass Doctor of Newmarket from other glass and mirror companies. The team leads with heart and that shows through their numerous philanthropic endeavours and outreach in the community. For example, alongside the Grand Opening, the team did a food and funds drive for the Rose of Sharon in Newmarket, in support of young mothers. This particular cause is close to owner Colleen Lindberg who has seen via a dear friend’s experience the difference the organization can have on someone’s life. In September 2015, the company sponsored the “Indulge Your Senses” Event in support of DeafBlind Ontario Services and continue to support

The team leads with heart and that shows through their numerous philanthropic endeavours and outreach in the community. this local charity with sponsorship for their initiatives and becoming a secret Santa for their Christmas drive this past year. On November 5, 2015 in support of “We Care week”, a week named by the Dwyer Group, the Glass Doctor’s franchisor in connection with giving back into charities, the Glass Doctor of Newmarket closed its doors for the day so the team could volunteer on the Habitat for Humanity’s Newmarket site, to assist with building a local family’s new home. Giving back is key to the running of the business for this team—they truly believe that success comes in balance, which includes helping others especially in their local community. Their 1 year anniversary is coming up this April, which will be celebrated on April 12, 2016 from 4-6pm in their parking lot, with a BBQ and customer appreciation focus. All the community is welcome to join them in the festivities. Alongside with the celebration, they will also be doing another food and funds drive for the Rose of Sharon in Newmarket and will be collecting these items for the month of April. If you feel so inclined, please stop by their showroom with your donation and they will gladly accept it. The mission of the Glass Doctor of Newmarket is to lead with excellence in customer service, quality and value. You can be confident that th y will do whatever it takes

to ensure you are happy when they have completed your job. This is also represented in their Code of Values, which are openly displayed on their showroom walls and are the lead conversation at every team meeting. They stand behind Respect, Integrity and Customer Focus in all that they do, whether it be their interactions with each other, with customers or in the actions they take on a daily basis. Of course, who can forget having fun in the process? Owner Colleen tries to make sure her team laughs every day, while they are doing their jobs. “I think it’s important to always have fun, while you make money and while you make a difference and I try everyday to have my team see that and engage with it. I really feel it’s a foundational piece to having a motivated, quality focused team that also feel appreciated. I laugh a lot and I think it’s important for overall happiness and I really hope that as an owner my team loves their jobs and enjoy coming to work. Isn’t that what it’s all about?” One example of this is making their best effort to understand and appreciate the customer’s needs in every situation, which is something that they live by and truly try their best every day to stand behind. Glass Doctor of Newmarket is a glass repair and replacement shop that services Newmarket, Aurora and Bradford along with surrounding areas such as Markham, Richmond Hill, Keswick, Mount Albert, Stouffville, King ity, Thornhill, Maple/ Woodbridge, Caledon/Bolton and Alliston. It specializes in custom mirrors (framed, beveled, polished), custom shower enclosures in all types as well as table top glass, custom glass railings and shelves. But the majority of its business is in Foggy/Wet residential window replacement. Rather than replacing the entire frame, the company changes out only the glass in the frames. Not only does this option take considerably less time, it can also potentially save customers thousands of dollars. With their 25-year warranty, the customer can be assured that their new argon filled, sealed insula ed glass units will perform to their maximum for their home efficiency and ost value. The company also does auto glass repair and replacements, from stone chips to full OEM windshield replacements. The team prides itself on their G12 warranty, which gives the customer a one-year breakage guarantee on the windshield along with a lifetime of stone chip repairs for the life of the windshield. With a one hour safe drive away time once the new windshield is set, it allows the customer to have a no hassle and safe experience. Through the last year, the Glass Doctor in Newmarket has made significan strides to build key relationships with the town, the chamber and other local business professionals. If you have never been to their showroom and this is the fi st time you have heard of them, stop on by and take a look. The team at the Glass Doctor is always welcoming to new relationships and how they can help. Visit them today.

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Making the Move

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Moving is a big decision. It involves more than just selling, buying and packing. It also involves trust. You must be able to trust that you bought your new home for the best price. You must trust a home inspector to tell you everything that needs to be done to the house. And, you must trust that all of your worldly possessions will make it to your new home safely and in one piece.

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Never accept the first mover to give you a quote. Like anything else in life, shop around. Make sure to get written estimates from three or more moving companies. And don’t just choose the lowest priced company. Ask around and do the same for the more expensive companies as well. Sometimes you get what you pay for. Moving companies should never offer a quote over the phone without asking to come and see your items that need to b e moved. They will need to measure and weigh some of the items. Quotes given over the phone without any inspection should not be accepted because they could mean hidden costs after the move. Always rememb er to read the fine print of any deal b efore signing. You will want to be clear on who is responsible for any damaged or lost items. Don’t pack the agreement. Keep it close by on moving day and until you have completed the transaction with the moving company. If you have any issues or prob lems with the bill, you will want to be able to consult the agreement.

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This Month IN HISTORY Famous April Birthdays

If you believe in astrology, then you believe in the theory that birth months can predict personality. Take Feb ruary, for instance, people b orn in this winter month are believed to be free-thinking and unconventional. Then there are those who were born in April. The fourth month of the year is believed to breed brave and bold people.

Jonathan Toews doesn’t spend too much time in the penalty b ox. This famous Canadian hockey player is the Captain of the Chicago Blackhawks. He was b orn in Winnipeg, Manitob a on April 29, 1988. Number 19 has been a star in the NHL winning the Conn Smythe and the Frank J. Selke trophies in his career so far.

There are a lot of famous Canadians that were b orn in April. Former Canadian Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson was born on April 23, 1897. He served as Prime Minister of Canada from 1963 – 1968. He was the definition of an April baby. Pearson was both bold and brave, in fact he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for his efforts to solve the Suez crisis.

Jamie Sale understands what it’s like to win awards. Sale and partner David Pelletier won an Olympic Gold Medal in 2002 for pairs skating in the Salt Lake City Olympics. Born on April 21, 1977, Sale started skating when she was fi e. In 2009, Sale and Pelletier were inducted into the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame. 

Fast forward a few years to another famous Canadian. Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper joins PM Pearson on the list of April births. Harper was b orn April 30, 1959 in Toronto. He grew up in sub urb s of Toronto before heading out west where he worked for Imperial Oil for three years. He later enrolled in economics at the University of Calgary where he earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. Aside from politics, Harper had a defini e love of hockey.

There is nothing strange ab out Strange Brew star Rick Moranis. The comedic actor won an Emmy for his portrayal of Bob McKenzie in the Canadian TV series SCTV. Moranis was b orn on April 18, 1953 and b egan his career as a radio DJ. He joined SCTV in 1976. Moranis also appeared in many films including Ghostb usters.

The truly Canadian sport is something the next April b irthday b oy understands very well. Canadian Sportscaster Ron MacLean may have been born in Zweibrucken, Germany on April 12, 1960, but his home has always been Canada. MacLean is known for his job as the host of Hockey Night in Canada and many may not know that he is also a hockey referee.  

Hayden Christensen is likely best known as Anakin Skywalker in two Star Wars movies. Christensen was born on April 19, 1981 in Vancouver but he grew up in Markham, Ontario. The actor made his debut in a commercial for Pringles when he was eight years old. Sources: http://www.almanac.com/blog/everything-almanac-blog/fi e-fascinating-facts-april-editionalmanac-monthly-magazine | http://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/months/april.html

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Which Of These Neuropathy Symptoms Do You Suffer From? If You Suffer From A Single One Of These Torturous Symptoms; Numbness, Tingling or Sharp Nerve Pain... Then The Facts Below May Be The Most Important You Have Ever Read In Your Life! Neuropathy affects every part of your life -walking, sitting, and even sleeping. Maybe you’ve had multiple tests, only to fin out no one has any idea what you have. Maybe you’ve even been put on a drug with heavy side effects. Do you have any of the following symptoms... • Pins and needles feeling • Numbness in the hands or feet • Tingling or burning sensations • Weakness in the arms or legs • Sharp shooting or burning pains If so you may have a condition called peripheral neuropathy. My name is Dr. Joshua Nikkanen, clinic director at Crossroads Chiropractic. I’ve been helping people with neuropathy and nerve problems for more than 13 years. More than a million Canadians suffer from peripheral neuropathy, a problem caused by damage to the nerves that supply your arms and legs. This painful condition interferes with your body’s ability to transmit messages to your muscles, skin, joints, or internal organs. If ignored or mistreated, neuropathy can lead to irreversible health conditions. Why not get help by those trained to correct the major cause of peripheral neuropathy? Data from the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners’ Job Analysis of Chiropractic lists arm and leg neuropathy as the second most common nerve problem treated by chiropractors. Often neuropathy is caused by a degenerating spine pressing on the nerve roots. This can happen in any of the vertebral joints from the neck all the way down to the tail bone.

The Single Most Important Solution To Your Neuropathy By using gentle techniques, I’m able to release the pressure that has built up on the nerve. This allows the nerve to heal and the

symptoms to go away. Numerous studies have proven chiropractic’s effectiveness in helping nerve conditions. “Manipulation [chiropractic adjustments], with or without exercise, improved symptoms more than medical care did after both 3 and 12 months.”– British Medical Journal “Patients showed an 85.5% resolution of the nerve symptoms after only 9 chiropractic treatments.” Journal of Chiropractic Medicine 2008 With chiropractic care, patients had “significant imp ovement in perceived comfort and function, nerve conduction and finge sensation overall.” – JMPT 1998 “Significant inc ease in grip strength and normalization of motor and sensory latencies were noted. Orthopedic tests were negative. Symptoms dissipated.” – JMPT 1994 What these studies mean is that with chiropractic care, you could soon be enjoying life...without those aggravating nerve problems.

How To Find Out If This Will Work For You It’s time for you to find out if chi opractic will be your neuropathy solution. For 14 days only, $35 will get you all the services I normally charge new patients $220 for!

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Look good and feel good, always! Any headpiece should follow the theme of the dress. If your gown sparkles, be sure to choose accessories that match the sparkle. Don’t mix jewels. Be sure to use crystals with crystals and pearls with pearls. For floral motif gowns, look for a headpiece that is also floral. If a veil is more your style, be sure to choose one that accentuates. The veil length should be in coordination with the focal point of your dress. If you choose a veil that is too short and ends at the ornate bodice, it may create a choppy look. The idea is to have a fl w to the entire ensemble. There are many types of veils and many lengths. For shorter brides, longer veils are not recommended. They can end mid-way down the body taking away from the fl w. Two-tiered veils are always popular and can be flat ering on many brides. They can frame the face nicely and they don’t take away from the focal point of the dress. For the ‘something b orrowed’ item on your list, you may want to wear your mom’s veil, but it may be outdated. You can give it a new look by taking it to a tailor you trust. Have them rework the length and trimming. Other pieces of fab ric can b e added or it can b e restored if it was faded or discoloured. Another thing to remember is to choose a veil that will not create an issue on the dance floor later. A headpiece that is easily removable for the reception may be the best decision.

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INFO Pages

April 2016

_____April 3rd, 17th & May 1st________

_____April 7th & 21st________________

_____Sunday, April 10th____________

Group This group welcomes adults (from

Group This group welcomes adults (from

10:30am at Newmarket Pub lic Lib rary, 438

Free French Language Conversation

Free French Language Conversation

Unity of Newmarket Sunday Service –

East Gwillimbury Public Library Visit your

francophones to b eginners) looking to put

francophones to beginners) looking to put their French

Park Avenue. “BECOMING A CHANNEL FOR

branch or website to see the many programs we

their French language CONVERSATION skills

language CONVERSATION skills into action. 6:30pm

GRACE” Info: 905-830-0331, 416-627-2380.

have to offer including many Children Storytimes

into action. 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Country Style

to 8:30pm. Tim Horton’s, 17310 Yonge St. (just north

www.unitynewmarket.com

& Children’s Activities, Teens & Tweens & Adult

Deli/Bistro, 14980 Yonge St. (just south of

of the York Region Administrative Centre, west side).

Programs. Holland Landing Branch, 19513 Yonge

the lib rary on the west side), Aurora, ON .

Web: http://bit.ly/partagez_conversation

_____Monday, April 11th____________

St. 905-836-6492 & Mount Alb ert Branch:

b We :

Email: Partagez.York@yahoo.ca.

Wildfl wer

19300 Centre St. 905-473-2472. See more

Email: Partagez.York@yahoo.ca.

http:// b it.ly/partagez_conversation

Identification

Workshop

Aurora Pub lic Lib rary. 7pm. Learn ab out native

_____Friday, April 8th______________

wildfl wers, how to grow them and where you

_____Monday, April 4th____________

Canadian Tai Chi Academy Beginner

might find them. Hosted by Oak Ridges Moraine

Whitchurch-Stouffville Museu

Genesis Bereavement Resource Centre

Class Starting Relax, re-energize, recover your

Land Trust. Workshop is free b ut registration

Exhib it: A Lifetime – Day b y Day, Five Women

Spring Grief Support Group - 7pm. It is a time of sharing

health. Discover the many b enefits of the ancient

is required. Please call Lissa at 905-853-3171

& their Diaries. On Loan from the Archives of

& learning about the journey of grief. Session lasts seven

moves of Tai Chi for yourself. New Session starting,

x30 or email landtrust@oakridgesmoraine.org.

Ontario, this exhib it provides insights into the

weeks. For information, phone 905-895-7750.

9:30-11am, 406 Millard Ave., Newmarket (at

details at www.egpl.ca

everyday lives of early female Ontario Pioneers

Newmarket Veterans Association Hall). Canadian Tai

_____Tuesday, April 12th___________

– in their own words. Supplemented with

Southlake Cinemania

Chi Academy, reg’d charitable organization no. 85630

Shop Like the Planet’s Watching An

journals & other local personal writings from the

Presents Oscar & Cannes Winner “SON OF SAUL”.

8366 RR0001. For more info please call 289-

interactive workshop, from the York Region

Museum’s collection.

Tickets $10. Silvercity Theatre, Newmarket. Film

366-9956 or see CanadianTaiChiAcademy.org

Environmental Alliance on how to “green” your

Visit www.townofws.ca/museum for details.

7pm. Info at: www.southlakecinemania.com

shopping habits & become an eco-friendly shopper.

Upper

Canada

Satsang

monthly

7-8:45pm, Newmarket Public Library, Multipurpose

Community Assemb ly for fellowship, chanting

Room. $2/person. For more information & pre-

Newmarket Folk Society Presents...

_____Monday, April 4th & Wednesday,April6th________________

& networking intended to inform on some Hindu

registration call 905-953-5110 ext. 4770.

The Good Brothers and Wendell & Wheat,

DanceIt International: DANCE AEROBICS

practices. Hindus & interested non-Hindus are

together in a great fund raising concert in

PROGRAM - FREE TRIAL NIGHT DanceIt is

welcome. Location: Newmarket Community

Volunteer

support of the Newmarket Syrian Refugee

a unique women’s fitne s program that uses a

Centre & Lion’s Hall, 200 Doug Duncan Drive,

Newmarket Community Centre & Lions Hall

Family Committee. Great music, fab ulous

variety of music and moves. Dance your way to

Newmarket. For more info contact Ranji Singh

(200 Doug Duncan Drive). This celebration is to

silent

7:30pm.

fitne s while moving to Latin, Pop, Swing, Jazz,

Foundation: 289-803-1670.

recognize volunteers within our community. Pre-

(doors 6:45). Royal Canadian Legion, 707

Rock, Disco & more, all in 1 hour classes offered

Srigley St., Newmarket. Tickets, $25. Ticket

twice a week. For more details & to register for

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, W-S - YRF North Tract.

numbers are limited & available at NOMI, 250

your FREE TRIAL call Cindy at 289-221-0054,

10km; Moderate; 2.5hrs; Meet at lot west side of Hwy

Main Street, S., Newmarket or call Carol or

or email, cindan@rogers.com. All ages & fitne s

48, 0.5km north of Vivian Rd. John, hike day cell 289-

Italian Dinner The Anglican Church Women

Dave at 905-836-9073.

levels. WE CAN’T WAIT TO “SHAKE IT” with you!

500-2212 . Please see www.oakridgestrail.org

of St. James the Apostle will b e hosting an

for details.

Italian Dinner in the Parish Hall at 18794 Leslie

_____Friday, April 1st_______________

auction,

&

refreshments.

www.newmarketfolksociety.wordpress.com

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Appreciation

Celeb ration

registration is required. For info visit:

_____Tuesday, April 5th_____________

www.newmarket.ca/events

Street, Sharon from 5-7pm. Adults $15; Children

_____Saturday, April 2nd___________

St. Andrew’s College Open House, 6:30 –

_____Saturday, April 9th____________

(under 12) $5; & Family (parent & up to 3

York Region Seedy Saturday Garden

8:30pm. 15800 Yonge Street, Newmarket. Visit

Good Golly It’s Buddy Holly! Jeff Scott &

children under 12) $35.

Show Held at Toronto Waldorf School, 8am-

www.sac.on.ca

the Buddy Ray Vion’s playing all your favourites from the 50’s & 60’s. Pot Luck Dinner – Doors

York-Simcoe Naturalists Meetings start

trade organic seeds, get garden supplies, learn

Electoral Reform: Make Your Vote Count

Open at 6pm, Dinner 6:30pm, Show b egins at

at 7:30pm. at 20 Oak Avenue, River Drive Park

at workshops, eat delicious food & have fun

Join representatives of Fair Vote Canada in a

7:30pm. Tickets only $20, plus a dish for the Pot

Community Centre, East Gwillimb ury. April’s Topic:

with the family. In partnership with The Village

Town Hall meeting at the Newmarket Lib rary,

Luck Tab le. Brought to you b y Christ the King

How Bacteria Move with Dr. John Dutcher, Canada

Info:

7-9pm & have your electoral reform questions

Graceland Church, & held at the Royal Canadian

Research Chair, soft Matter & Biological Physics,

answered. Speakers will explain modern voting

Legion, 707 Srigley Street, Newmarket. For info

University of Guelph. New Members always welcome.

systems, & discuss their relative b enefits.

call 905-895-5575 or 905-713-6797. (Don’t

Questions? Contact Us: www.ysnaturalists.com or

_____Sunday, April 3rd______________

Contact

forget your Dancing Shoes!!)

email: ysn.naturalists@gmail.com

Homelessness in York Region: the

more information.

The Craft of Song Smithing A night

_____Wednesday, April 13th_________

1:30pm. 9100 Bathurst St. in Thornhill. Buy/

Farmers

Market.

bronwenf@yrfn.ca

905-841-3101 ext. 205.

fairvoteyorkregion@gmail.com

for

Invisib le Reality Newmarket Pub lic Lib rary, 438 Park Ave. 2-4pm. Speakers are Radha

_____Wednesday, April 6 __________

of great music & storytelling b y recording

Everyone Needs A Good Laugh Enjoy

Bhardwaj, Blue Door Shelters, Chris Ballard, MPP

What it Means to be a Passive Investor

artist Paul Rumb olt is b eing offered at 7pm at

a Morning Out for just $6 (fi st-timers $4).

and Craig Stevenson, CMHA.

Aurora Pub lic Lib rary. Money Talks Series. 7pm.

Bradford United Church, 66 Barrie Street, in

Bab ysitting provided upon request. Comedian,

Magna Room. FREE informal monthly discussion/

Bradford. Tickets are $16 per person. For further

Musician & Speaker: Wendy Farha, LaSalle,

ORTA Hike 10:00am. Kleinb urg - Humb er

education group, to share unbiased knowledge in

information or to purchase tickets please call

Queb ec. “Finding JOY in Your Journey”.

River Trail (Bindertwine Park). 8km; Moderate;

economics & financial planning. Pre-register at

905-775-7268.

Presented b y

2hrs; Nice hike along the Granger Greenway

the lib rary Adult Information Desk: 905-727-

trail. Hike south for 4k & retrace our steps. Trail

9494, ext. 275. info@library.aurora.on.ca

th

is straight & fairly flat. Meet at Bindertwine

the

Newmarket

Christian

Women’s Connection. 9:15 – 11:15am. at Bethel

_____April 9th or 16th_______________

Christian Reformed Church, 333 Davis Drive,

How Can I Change My Destiny? Buddhism

Newmarket. For reservations & cancellations

Park. Tessa, hike day cell 416-320-8555

ORTA Hike 9:30 am. King - Cold Creek CA (Conc.

has a unique perspective. Come attend our free

please call Marietta at 905-895-9312 or email

www.oakridgestrail.org

11). 7.5km; Moderate; 2+hrs.; Meet at park entrance east

seminars on Nichiren Buddhism. Newmarket

Carol Ford at: carolford6@gmail.com

side of Conc. 11, 3.5 km north from King Road. Marianne,

Pub lic Lib rary, Multi-Purpose Room, 438 Park

hike

Avenue, Newmarket. 2-3pm. For more info:

PROBUS Club of Aurora Monthly meeting

sgicnewmarket@gmail.com & www.sgicanada.org

from 10am to 12noon at the Royal Canadian

day

cell 416-409-1980.  Please

www.oakridgestrail.org for details.

see

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Greener Home & Garden Seminar Join

_____Saturday, April 16th___________

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, RH - Oak Ridges Corridor

will be celebrating National PROBUS month & the

us for a free screening of the award-winning documentary,

Whitchurch-Stouffville

An

- (Old Colony Rd.). 6.5km; Slow; 2hrs.; Meet

speaker will be Frannie Nie & her topic is Chinese

Just Eat It. This film looks at our obsession with expiry dates,

Evening on the Titanic. 6:30pm. Experience the

in lot on south side of Old Colony Rd. .5K west

Culture. For more information call Program Chair

perfect produce, & reveals the core of an issue that is having

grandeur of the Edwardian Era as you b oard

from Bayview. Stan, hike day cell 416-770-7550.

Cliff White at 905-841-2421. New memb ers

devastating consequences around the globe. Register today,

the pride of the White Star Line on her maiden

Please see www.oakridgestrail.org for details.

welcome! Call Gary Gilbert at 905-895-2849 for

as space is limited. Visit www.york.ca/seminars,

voyage to New York. Enjoy an authentic dinner,

more information.

contact environment@york.ca or call 1-888-967-

based on original 1st Class menus, entertainment

5426. 7-9pm. Silver City, Newmarket.

& more. Please call to reserve your tickets – they

Newmarket Garden Club Meetings are held

are selling fast!

on the 3rd Tuesday of the month except August

Bereaved Families – York Region 4th

Museum

_____Tuesday, April 19th____________

Annual Purse Party. Newmarket Community

_____Friday, April 15th_____________

Centre, 200 Doug Duncan Drive. Registration

Ontario

at 6:30pm. Event: 7-9:30pm. Ticket price: $35/

Registration for May & June 2016 programs begins

_____Sunday, April 17th_____________

person. Group rates & reserved tab les are

at 1pm b y phone or in person. All programs are

The Keynotes Seniors’ Choir Concert

Snow” plus NGC 90th Anniversary Celebration with

available upon request. For further information

free & centres offer registered programs as well as

with North York Temple Band Ensemb le of the

Anna Mizyn. Members enjoy our annual summer

please contact 905-898-6265, or email bfoyr_

drop-in, resources & referrals. Visit us on-line at

Salvation Army presents a concert at 3pm at

Garden Tour, Bus Trip, & November Potluck Dinner.

program@bellnet.ca

www.yorkchild.ca or at our main sites: Newmarket

the Newmarket Seniors’ Meeting Place. Freewill

New memb ers & guests are always welcome!

– 17310 Yonge Street, 905-853-0754, Georgina

offering. Refreshments to follow.

Visit www.gardenewmarket.ca

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, W-S - YRF Hall & Eldred

Early

Years,

York

Visit www.townofws.ca/museum for details!

North

which is the 2nd Tuesday at 8pm at the Newmarket Community Centre –Lions Hall, Doug Duncan Drive, Newmarket. The topic is “Cactus in the

(Keswick) – 70 Biscayne Blvd., 905-476-3834.

Militaria Antiques & Vehicles Buy,

East

shuttle. McCowan Rd to Musselman Lake. Meet at lot

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, W-S - YRF Eldred King

Sell & Trade Militaria Show on b ehalf of The

Gwillimb ury Garden & Horticultural

1k north of Aurora Rd on the east side of McCowan.

Woodlands (Hwy 48). 10km; Fast; 2hrs; Eldred

Newmarket Legion, Branch 426 at 707 Srigley

Society Join us at 7:30pm at the Mt. Alb ert

Brian & Wilma, hike day cell 416-722-6512. Please

King, Scout and Mitchel Tracts, if conditions

Street, Newmarket. Proceeds go to the Branch

Community Centre, 53 Main Street. The evening

see www.oakridgestrail.org for details.

permit. Meet in parking lot west side of Hwy 48,

Roof renovations. 8am to 1pm. Lots of Parking.

speaker will be Ken Brown and his talk is called The

2.5 km north of Ballantrae. Joan 905-477-2161.

Easy access from b oth Hwys 400 & 404. For

Three Plus One Tenors: Peony, Iris, Lily & Daylily.

Please see www.oakridgestrail.org for details.

further information contact skeena@bell.net

Junior Gardeners meet at 7pm. All welcome. Lug

International writes letters on current human

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, EG - YRF Bendor & Graves

_____Monday, April 18th____________

us at eggardeners@gmail.com or visit us on our

rights issues. Meeting at Trinity Anglican Church

(Kennedy Rd). 8km; Moderate; 2hrs; Meet in the

Southlake Cinemania Presents THE LADY

Facebook page at :

(in The Rectory building, behind the church), 79

parking area at the dead end of Kennedy, north of

IN THE VAN – Starring Maggie Smith. Tickets

www.facebook.com/eastgwillimburygardeners

Victoria St., Aurora. All welcome. 7:30-9pm.

Davis. Contact Kevin, 416-655-2256. Please see

$10. Silvercity Theatre, Newmarket. Film 7pm.

Information: 905-713-6713.

www.oakridgestrail.org for details.

Info at: www.southlakecinemania.com

King. 12km; Moderate; 3.5hrs; Part of E2E series. Car

_____Thursday, April 14th___________

INFO Pages

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_____Wednesday, April 20th________ The Men’s PROBUS Club of Newmarket

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, W-S - YRF Hall & Eldred

10:30am at Newmarket Public Library, 438 Park

low b ack, hips & feet. Our most popular of

Meets the 3rd Wednesday each month at Seton

King (McCowan Rd). 10km; Moderate; 2.5hrs.;

Avenue. “MAKING A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN

our three part series! For more info/register:

Hall (17955 Leslie Street) from 10am to noon.

Meet at parking lot 1 km north of Aurora Rd

THE WORLD”. Info: 905-830-0331, 416-627-

http://fosterchiropractic.com/workshop.

Call Jay at 905-727-4089 or come to a meeting.

on east side of McCowan. GPS: 44.0410721,

2380. www.unitynewmarket.com

905-898-8098.

Please see www.oakridgestrail.org for details.

_____Monday, April 25th____________

_____Friday, April 29th_____________

Yoga with Joanne Royce 8 week course

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, W-S - YRF North

lot. Turn east on Mary St. off Ind. Pkwy (south of

_____Saturday, April 23rd___________

for b eginner/intermediate, day/evening sessions

Tract. 10km; Fast; 2hrs; Lots of poison ivy.

Wellington), turn south on Industry St. Cornelius

Euchre Party at Bradford United Church

availab le. Pre-register quickly as space is limited!

Meet at parking area on the west side of Hwy

hike day cell 905-717-7641. Please see www.

1:30 – 3:30pm. Bradford United Church is hosting

yoga-with-joanneroyce@rogers.com

48, 0.5km north of Vivian Rd or 1.3 km south

oakridgestrail.org for details.

a Euchre Party. The Church is located at 66 Barrie

8245. Gift Certifica es available.

-79.3228268 John, hike day cell 289-500-2212.

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, Aurora - Sheppard’s Bush. 8+km; Moderate; 2.5hrs.; Meet at C.A.

905-478-

of Davis Dr. Joan,  905-477-2161. Please see www.oakridgestrail.org for details.

Street, in Bradford (telephone 905-775-7268).

_____Thursday, April 21st___________

Tickets are $10/person & may be obtained at the

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, W-S – YRF Hollidge Tract

Prostate

door. Proceeds support Bradford United Church

(Hwy 48). Slowish; 2.5hrs; Meet in lot east side

& its charities. Refreshments & prizes will b e

of Hwy 48, 3km north of Ballantrae. Brian &

_____Saturday, April 30th___________

Newmarket Seniors Meeting Place, 474 Davis

provided. Come & join us for an enjoyable social

Wilma, hike day cell 416-722-6512. Please see

Rummage & Bake Sale St. Andrew’s

Drive, Newmarket. Meet & greet at 6:30pm. &

afternoon of cards. We look forward to seeing you.

www.oakridgestrail.org for details.

Presbyterian Church (Main & Water Sts.) from

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Earth Week Walk Celeb rate Earth Week in

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, W-G - Holland Marsh

housewares, appliances, b ooks, magazines,

for Prostate Cancer with Dr. Andrew Lob law a

the forest! Discover the many health benefits of

Provincial Wildlife Management Area (Side Rd.

trinkets & treasures. Something for everyone!

Radiation Oncologist from Sunnybrook. Everyone

spending time in the forest. Learn how to protect

20). 6km; Slowish; 2+hrs; Parking at roadside

For more information call the Church at 905-

is welcome. Contact Phone Numb er: 905-895-

the wild places you love. Open to all. Registration

gate. Take Hwy 11- 5k north from Bradford.

8895-5512.

1975. www.newmarketprostatecancer.com.

required at york.ca/forestevents or by phone at

Turn east on 11th. Line, after 3.1 km, road bends

1-877-464-9675. 10am – 12pm. Hollidge Tract,

left b ecoming Side Rd. 20. Roadside pkg, 600

King John The best way to read Shakespeare’s

16389 Hwy. 48, Whitchurch-Stouffville

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meeting 7 to 9pm. The April Meeting will discuss

The Magic of Rain Barrels: 10 Tips King

sign GPS: 44.176674 , -79.540701 Robert,

Shakespeare & the Newmarket Pub lic Lib rary

7-8:30pm. This workshop demonstrates how to

Treasures Sale – Bradford United Church

hike day cell 905-717-3718. Please see

invite you to read every play Shakespeare

install a barrel & start using rain to your advantage.

Once they were valued & necessary possessions

www.oakridgestrail.org for details.

wrote...aloud! Join us once a month. Readings

Participants will receive a free copy of the Greening

of their owners, b ut now they are no longer

Your Grounds Homeowner’s Guide. Space is limited,

needed. So, they are looking for a second home

_____Tuesday, April 26th___________

these plays read aloud will give you much more

register today at www.york.ca/seminars, contact

– hoping to b e treasured & useful again. From

Canadian

University

insight into the depth of Shakespeare’s works.

environment@york.ca or call 1-888-967-5426.

8-11am, come to the Bradford United Church

Women (CFUW) Aurora/Newmarket meets

Everyone is welcome! Newmarket Public Library,

(66 Barrie Street in Bradford, telephone 905-

at the Royal Canadian Legion, 105 Industrial

1-4pm. Info: 905-953-5110.

ORTA Hike 4:00 pm, King - Seneca King

775-7268) to make a donation to the Church

Pkwy. N., Aurora at 7:15pm.

Campus/Mary Lake (Keele St.). 6km; Moderate;

& make these treasures your own. Proceeds

Legge who works with women who have b een

Spring Sale – Aurora Seniors Centre

1.5hrs; Pre-AGM Hike. Meet at roadside

support Bradford United Church & its charities.

incarcerated is the speaker. All are welcome. For

Vendors, Crafters, White Elephant & Diamond

parking on Keele, 3k north of King Rd at ORTA

If you have goods that you wish to sell at prices

more information, call Judy Craig at 905-895-

Treasures, Books, Famous Jewellery Tab le,

sign. Peter, hike day cell 905-967-3004. Please

you determine, a table may be rented for $15 –

8713. www.cfuwauroranewmarket.com

Coffee Shop & much more! 9am to 1:30pm. 90

see www.oakridgestrail.org for details.

contact the Church regarding table rentals. Hope

Heritage & Culture Centre, 2920 King Road, King.

to see you at the Treasures Sale!

will always be free & open to the public. Hearing

Federation

of

Author Loura

John West Way, Aurora.

Looking for That Next Great Read? Want to find a new author? Looking for author read-a-

_____Sunday, May 1st___________

Annual General Meeting - King City. AGM

Aurora United Church Chancel Choir

likes? Join us at this drop in session to learn more

Hike 4 Hospice (Doane House Hospice)

of Memb ers, including presentation b y Parks

& Handb ell Ensemb les Trinity Anglican

about our Novelist database, Next Reads & learn tips

Registration

Canada of the new Rouge National Park. All

Church, 79 Victoria St., Aurora, 7:30pm.

about how to find that next great book. Newmarket

entertainment, refreshments, yoga & mini

welcome. Full details on website.

Fundraiser for Sponsoring Syrian Refugees.

Public Library, 2-3pm. Lower Level Study Room. For

massage. Register at 9:45am for start time

www.oakridgestrail.org

Tickets $20/person, children 10 & under free.

more info call 905-953-5110 ext. 4770.

at 11am. Location: Fairy Lake, Water St.,

ORTA General Meeting 6:00 pm, ORTA

Fee:

$25

includes

BBQ,

Newmarket (Gazeb o). Register on line at

A Musical Journey. Wheelchair accessib le.

Aurora’s Earth Week Fair Aurora Armory,

Refreshments will b e served during the

Discovery & Adventure Night

http://chpca.convio.net/DoaneHouseHospice

Town Park. 5pm – 9pm. Earth Week themed

intermission. For more info call 905-737-1935.

Newmarket Community Centre & Lions Hall

or call 905-967-0259.

(200 Doug Duncan Drive). 6-7pm. Looking for

activities for the kids and interesting people to meet.

_____May 5th, 6th & 7th_______________

Looking for ways to get involved? You can chat with

_____Sunday, April 24th____________

a way to clown around for an evening? Check

the many social groups already making a difference

Love That Fiddle Canadian Fiddle Champion,

out “Lofty the Magician”. Lofty comb ines his

Reiki Level 1 Certification Training Give

who welcome new people.

Scott Woods & his Band are coming to Sharon

amazing magician show & hilarious clowning

yourself the gift of awakening your natural healing

Hope United Church for an uplifting show at

for a fun & entertaining interactive performance.

& intuitive ab ilities for yourself & your loved

_____Friday, April 22nd____________

3pm entitled “Love That Fiddle”. Adults $25/

Please b ring a lawn chair. Inclement weather

ones. Over the three sessions you will receive

ORTA Hike 9:30 am, King - Happy Valley

Child 6-12/$10. Tickets are availab le via Visa/

location is inside the Newmarket Community

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MC at 1-855-726-8896 or in person with cash

Centre & Lions Hall.

the Usui System of Natural Healing. Thurs/

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478-2231, EGCOC – 905-478-8447 or call

_____Wednesday, April 27th________

is $250.00 + hst. Includes manual, certifica e,

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Concert “The Joy of Singing” at 7pm. at Trinity

calling 905-836-8592 or at www.cushionfund.com

Anglican Church, 79 Victoria Street, Aurora (a scent-

Ongoing April 2016

Kickboxing, Yoga & Zen meditation. 244 Main St. S.,

Psychotherapy & EFT Do you feel stalled in

information. www.bradjoneskarate.com

Newmarket. Please call 905-895-9636 for further

free environment). Please join us as we celebrate our

Exhib it Opening: Nora’s Suitcase Hillary

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travel throughout the twentieth century. For more

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a call away at 905-954-5512 for a Soothing 1 hour

door. For tickets, contact 905-235-4574.

information contact 905-727-8991 or erika.

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“May” I Have This Dance An evening of dancing to rock & roll, rhythm & b lues, and country

Hillary House National Historic Site

Internal Arts Chi Kung, Nei Kung, Tai Chi, Lok

The Point of Light Holistic, New Age, Spiritual

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Rogers of TnT DJ Services. Bradford United Church,

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Singing Bowls & more. The Point of Light/Body,

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Mind, Spirit Store & Centre. #9-16635 Yonge St.

calling the Church at 905-775-7268 or at the door on

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Anxious?

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Depressed?

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_____Monday, May 16th___________

Distressed? When someone has b een stuck

charities.

CNIB Technology & Information Fair

for a while, is anxious, or feeling emotionally off

Elgin West Community Centre, 11099 Bathurst St.,

balance, there is a need for knowledgeable support. A

& DISCUSSION “The Power of Intention”

_____Saturday, May 14th___________

Richmond Hill. 1-4pm. For more information please

psychotherapist can provide that support – a safe place

b y Wayne Dyer. Every Thursday, 7:30 - 9 pm at

KC’s Cancer Cushion Fund’s 10th Annual

contact the CNIB at 905-898-6413 ext. 5209 or

where concerns can be understood & worked through.

Budokan Judo Club , Unit #3, 620 Steven Court,

Pub Nite & Silent Auction Bid on the work of

rosie.zampese@cnib.ca. Free for all to attend!

For more information, please call Luanne Jakob i,

Newmarket. Info: 905-830-0331, 416-627-2380.

Registered Psychotherapist, Clinical Memb er -

www.unitynewmarket.com

local artisans at our silent auction, dance to the live

Unity of Newmarket - BOOK STUDY

music of POGO RODEO featuring Tyler Stewart of

_____Wednesday, June 15th_________

Ontario Society of Psychotherapists, 905-726-4341

BNL & NHS grads, Derek & Duncan Swain & Tom

Tee Off for Hospice (Doane House Hospice)

or email luanne_jakobi@hotmail.com

Gib son. 7:30pm – 1am. Newmarket Community

Location: Silver Lakes Golf & Country Club, 21114

Centre, 200 Doug Duncan Drive, Newmarket.

Yonge St., E. Gwillimbury. Individual golfer, $199/

Brad Jones Shotokan Karate-Do &

Newmarket. If you enjoy singing, please join us. New

Tickets are $30. If you require more information

person. Foursome/$780. Call 905-967-0259 for

Fitness Centre New courses starting in Shotokan

memb ers welcome. Watch for upcoming concerts.

details, check out www.doanehospice.org

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This all covers the smallest fraction of ways to impact your community. There are hundreds, perhaps even thousands of ways to make a difference. It is up to you how you want to do it. The best way to start is to focus on something that matters to you the most, and use it to motivate yourself and others to create that positive change.

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Summer Camp Check List

There are many Ontarians who have fond memories of attending summer camps. They rememb er the close friendships, the swimming and the outside activities. They also may rememb er parent visitation day. That was the day when most families had to deliver all of the things that were forgotten when they sent their kids to camp. Before sending your child off for a couple of weeks or the entire summer, make a list of all the things they may need while they are away from home. There are many things to remember when packing for camp.

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Does he/she have fears or concerns about the dark, water, being away from home? There are items that parents can send with their children to help deal with some of the stresses of being away from home.  Writing paper, a pen and stamps may be a great addition to the list for those who may feel a little homesick. Kids who are away from home for the fi st time, or are a little unsure of being away can write to their families about their experiences. Try including a few pictures of the family and any shots of pets in their bags. It will help your child feel a connection to home. A hand written note in a sealed envelope for your child is also a nice surprise for them to find on a blue day.

A favourite stuffed animal or item of clothing is another way to make sure your child feels comfortable at camp. Even those who cannot wait to go will have a day where he or she misses home and they will love to have something to snuggle.

That list seems complete to most kids. Parents know otherwise. Mom and Dad need to fill in the rest of the list with the ‘other necessities’.

A diary is a great way for your kids to jot down the experiences they don’t want to forget. It will help them to rememb er the memories in years to come.

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If your child loves outdoor hikes at camp, rememb er to pack an extra back pack. A small knapsack would be very useful to carry snacks or other gear needed on any hikes. It is also ideal for those who love to collect things while they are away.

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