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Today’s Sandwich What’s in a sandwich really depends upon the tastes of the person eating it, of course. As you pack your lunch or lunch for your kids, you may find that you are stuck between two pieces of bread and the same old meat. You need something new and different. The truth is that sandwiches are really a blank canvas. In fact, the make of the canvas does not have to be the same day in and day out. Instead of the normal white bread, try a whole wheat wrap or a brioche. The Indian flatbread Roti can completely change the style of your sandwich. Pretzel buns and flavoured buns, such as onion or cheese, can add extra flavour to an otherwise boring sandwich.

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Sundried tomatoes are a salty treat on many sandwiches. They are especially nice if you are creating a masterpiece that will need to be heated. Hold the mayo and grab the tangy aioli. The garlic spread has a wonderful flavour that compliments many meats. Pesto is usually associated with pasta, but it is a nice addition to many other foods. Try a dollop on your roast chicken or turkey sandwich. It just might be what you needed to spice up your lunch. If you prefer something sweeter, add some cranberry sauce or apple slices to your turkey sandwich. Smoked meat sandwiches with a pickle on the side can be so much more. Try a tip from the gourmet delis, add some sauerkraut and cheese to your smoked meat. Speaking of cheese, cheddar is not the only sandwich topper. Feta is a salty treat. Add some crumbled Feta to your sandwich. Why not make it more Mediterranean and add some onions and black olives? The combination is a hit with a salad. Blue cheese is a great sandwich topper, if you don’t mind the blue. Adding some crumbled blue cheese to a roast beef sandwich that has been coated in garlic aioli will have you salivating until lunchtime.

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This Month IN HISTORY HISTORY OF CHOCOLATE Some people believe that chocolate is its own food group. After all, any food that spans back about 4000 years should really be recognized as being in a league of its own. Anthropologists found evidence that chocolate was produced in Mexico (Pre-Olmec) as early as 1900 B.C. Mesoamericans were responsible for first cultivating cacao plants in Central America’s rainforests. They roasted the beans and made paste that they mixed with water, vanilla, honey and spices to brew a chocolate drink. The Olmec, Aztec and Mayan civilizations all believed that chocolate was actually an aphrodisiac. The Mayans believed so fully in the fact that chocolate’s aphrodisiac properties were based on spiritual qualities that they worshipped the god of cacao. Only rulers, priests and nobles were allowed to consume chocolate at sacred ceremonies. In the 14th century, the Aztecs found that they were unable to grow the cacao beans in the dry highlands of Mexico. They turned to the Mayans for their supply of cacao beans. Montezuma, the 16th Century Aztec emperor, was believed to have consumed three gallons of chocolate a day to increase his libido. In the 1500s, Spanish explorers went in search of gold and silver in Mexico. Instead, they returned to the motherland with chocolate. Only

the richest in Spain could afford to indulge in chocolate drinks, which were sweetened with cane sugar and cinnamon. Chocolate didn’t spread to other parts of Europe until the 1600s when the daughter of Spanish King Philip III wed French King Louis XIII and brought her beloved chocolate to France. It was then that the popular treat began to spread throughout Europe. Chocolate remained a food for the elite until the 1800s when a Dutch Chemist invented the cacao press and revolutionized how chocolate was made. The change meant that cacao could be easily used as an ingredient in confectionary and production costs were more affordable. This also meant that chocolate was available for the masses and no longer just the elite. A few years later, a British chocolate company J.S. Fry & Sons created the first chocolate bar made from cocoa butter, cocoa powder and sugar.  Fast forward many years later and chocolate is readily available in many forms including milk chocolate and dark chocolate and with many combinations. There are those that bring back some of the ancient ways to enjoy chocolate including chocolate bars with chili. Chocolate is used in many desserts and is even created into culinary art forms. While, many enjoy chocolate sweetened with sugar, there are many types of sugar-free chocolates. They are made with maltose and other sugar substitutes but taste just as sweet. The sugar-free treats come in almost as many forms as their sugared cousins. You can find boxes of sugar-free chocolates as well as truffles, nuts and bars in many specialty shops and grocery stores. Sources: http://www.history.com/news/hungry-history/the-sweet-history-of-chocolate https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/a-brief-history-of-chocolate-21860917/

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Update On One Of Ontario’s Most Comprehensive Medical Cosmetic Clinics. By Ann Griffith

It’s been a few years since I last interviewed Dr. Philip Kritzinger of York Vein and Laser Clinic. What a difference! Brand new facility, new name, new services! Here are excerpts from the interview. AG: I see that your name has changed to York Laser and MedSpa and that you’re moving to a new location in Aurora. When can we expect the new clinic to be open?

Dr. Kritzinger: We hope to be open at the beginning of March. The new clinic is 6,000 square feet, and it’s beautiful! We’ll be offering all our usual services. York Vein Clinic will be downstairs. The cosmetic clinic will be on the main floor, and we’ve added a day spa on the top floor. Hence the new name: York Laser and MedSpa. AG: Day spa? That sounds exciting! What services will the spa provide? Dr. Kritzinger: We’ll be offering massage and body wraps for women, men, and couples. Our clients will also have access to our sauna and steam room before hitting the shower after their treatment. There will be a variety of relaxing facials for men and women. Our estheticians use the most luxurious skincare products from Europe.

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AG: Any new esthetic treatments for the ladies?

AG: Is there anything new for skin care products?

Dr. Kritzinger: Yes, our objective is to offer full esthetic services along with the cosmetic procedures we already do like Botox and fillers. People are time poor, so it makes sense to offer a “one-stop shop” to our clients. We added eyelash extensions, eyelash tinting and microblading to our menu. Mani/pedis will be available as add-ons to other procedures. Now women can get everything they need at our clinic, it’s so convenient for them.

Dr. Kritzinger: The science behind cosmeceuticals is always evolving, especially for anti-aging. We recently started carrying a skincare product called Regenica. It uses growth factors extracted from fibroblasts which are the cells that heal the skin and create collagen. Growth factors is one of the best anti-aging ingredients out there. It’s like having healing in a bottle! Then there’s Biologique Recherche. This is a product line from Paris that is unlike anything else. It uses multiple serums, and results are amazing.

AG: That sounds great Dr. Kritzinger. You mentioned microblading, I’ve never heard of that. What is it? Dr. Kritzinger: Microblading is a hot new item. It’s semi-permanent eyebrow tattooing that uses fine strokes that look like real hair. It’s completely different from the old way of tattooing where your eyebrows look unnatural, like a solid line. It lasts two to three years. It’s great for people who have over-tweezed their brows or are tired of having to use an eye brow pencil every day. A.G. Are there any other treatments to improve fine lines and pigmentation? Dr. Kritzinger: Yes, we’ve added two new treatments, The Perfect Peel and microneedling. The Perfect Peel is a medium depth peel. It’s fast and painless. You could have it done during your lunch hour and go back to work, but you will peel in a few days. It does an amazing job at reducing pigment, improving fine lines or acne scars. The other reason we decided to carry it is because we can treat dark skin with it. Microneedling uses fine needles to create tiny punctures in your skin. It triggers your skin to create new collagen and elastin which makes your skin look more youthful. It’s a great anti-aging treatment that can be done in a series. It definitely improves your skins’ texture and firmness and is also great for acne scars. It gives you almost as good a result as laser resurfacing with less downtime and lower cost. AG: There’s a lot of buzz in the media surrounding a new procedure for fat reduction called CoolSculpting , and I understand you now offer this treatment.

AG: Lastly, my friends and I have been hearing about a new treatment for vaginal rejuvenation but are embarrassed to ask. Can you explain a little bit more about it? Dr. Kritzinger: Sure. We’re now offering Femilift. It’s a laser treatment that helps with mild incontinence, but for the majority of women, it’s used for vaginal tightening to enhance sexual gratification. For postmenopausal women, it also improves vaginal dryness and irritation that results from the loss of estrogen. It usually takes three quick sessions once a month or so. They’re almost painless, and there’s no downtime. And the satisfaction rate is extremely high, like 95%. AG: Wow! That sounds fantastic. Anything else you’d like to mention?

Dr. Kritzinger: Yes we do. CoolSculpting is the world’s #1 noninvasive fat reduction procedure. It delivers controlled cooling to kill fat cells under the skin. You can treat a lot of body areas including the tummy, love handles, double chin, arms, thighs. What’s great about it, is that there’s no downtime. Once you have your treatment, whatever fat cells are gone, are gone for good. Most people need between 2-3 treatments depending on the amount of fat they have. If you’re interested, you should book a consultation with one of our estheticians. We also hold regular day time and evening seminars so you can learn more about it.

Dr. Kritzinger: Stay tuned for the grand opening celebration we’ll be hosting for the new building. It will likely be in late spring. If people want more information, they can call us or visit our website. It’s currently undergoing a make-over, but all the information is still there. AG: I’ve always loved your website. Lots of useful information, and no hype. Thank you for talking to me Dr. Kritzinger. I always learn so much, and it never ceases to amaze me that there’s always something new at your clinic. You never stop!

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Staircases can be more than just a way to the top. There is a lot of unused space under the stairs. With a little ingenuity and some muscle, the useless space can become great storage. Check out the structure of the staircase and what’s underneath. The space can be used as a closet or for other storage. Consider adding paneling on the exterior of the staircase to create a hidden door leading to the space. For book lovers, this area could be made into a great bookcase.

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Top Romance Movies Most people can tell you a list of romantic movies they have seen at least 10 times. It is that flick they turn to when they are in ‘that’ mood. They know the movies so well that they can recite lines and accurately describe certain scenes. Among the list of the most popular romantic movies of all time are three comedies that have something in common, rather someone in common… Meg Ryan. In 1989, Meg Ryan made a name for herself in the popular RomCom,‘When Harry Met Sally’. The endearing movie is about two friends (Ryan and Billy Crystal) that have known each other for years. They fear that starting an intimate relationship would ruin their friendship. Likely one of the most memorable scenes involves Ryan ‘faking’ while in a restaurant with Crystal. A woman at another table quips, “I’ll have what she’s having”. The movie was a huge hit for Director Rob Reiner and writer Nora Ephron. Ephron was nominated for an Oscar for Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen. Sleepless in Seattle was the second movie that Nora Ephron worked with Meg Ryan. This time Ephron directed and wrote the screenplay adaptation. The story involves a husband and father (Tom Hanks) that heads to Seattle to try to start over again after his wife dies. Meg Ryan stars as a journalist that hears Hanks’ son on a callin radio show saying his father needs a new wife. The tale

unfolds and Ryan (who is engaged to another man) believes she must follow fate and meet Hanks. The movie saw Ephron nominated again for a screenplay writing Oscar. It was a few years later when Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks teamed up in another RomCom, You’ve Got Mail. It was another Nora Ephron-Meg Ryan-Tom Hanks flick. This story involved two business rivals who despised each other. They meet on the Internet and unwittingly fall in love, not knowing they are business rivals. The movie earned Meg Ryan a Golden Globe nomination. RomComs have long withstood the test of time because they touch on the fairytale feeling of romance. It has been 27 years since Richard Gere and Julia Roberts won the hearts of moviegoers with ‘Pretty Woman’. The movie has been at the top of many lists since it appeared in 1990. Pretty Woman was followed by many other romantic movies including Four Weddings and a Funeral, Bridget Jones’ Diary, Love Actually, The Notebook, Brokeback Mountain, 500 Days of Summer and most recently, La La Land. La La Land united Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in a romantic musical about a pianist and an actress who fall in love while attempting to navigate their careers in Los Angeles. Emma Stone took home the Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role. The movie made more than $150-million.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 Home Alone St. John Ambulance course for children 8-11. Basic emergency and safety training including handling phone calls, people at the door, 911 emergencies, first aid, at-home do’s & don’ts. 13321 Yonge Street Richmond Hill, 9am to 12pm. $39. Call 905-773-3394 to register. Babysitting St. John Ambulance course for 11-15 year olds. Babysitting, leadership & first aid skills. Caring for infants, toddlers & older children, questions to ask parents, what to do in emergencies. Includes role playing & handson practice. 13321 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill. 9am to 4pm. $65. Call 905-773-3394 to register. Learning Disabilities Association of York Region P.A. Day Program. LDAYR & Paint a Smile have teamed up for a one day PA Day Art Workshop for children with Learning Disabilities and/ or ADHD ages 8-12. 11181 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill. For info call 905-884-7933 ext 23 or email info@ldayr.org

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3 Aurora Montessori School Open House, 10:30am – 1pm. www.auroramontessori.com

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FEBRUARY 4 & 18 Free French Language Conversation Group This Free group welcomes adults (from francophones to beginners) looking to put their French language Conversation skills into action. Francophones & stronger speakers are encouraged to share their French language skills with less strong speakers. For more information visit http://bit.ly/partagez-fr. Country Style Deli/Bistro, 14980 Yonge St. 3-5pm.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5 Aurora Film Circuit Presenting a screening of the French comedy C’EST LA VIE. The film screens at 7pm at the Cineplex Odeon Aurora, 15460 Bayview Ave., Aurora. Tickets can be purchased at the Aurora Public Library for $10. For complete details please visit http://aurorafilmcircuit.ca/

FEBRUARY 6 – MARCH 31 The Elman W. Campbell Museum Commemorates Scouting Scouting is being commemorated with our annual display on view at the Newmarket Public Library. Open during Library hours. For more information, please visit newmarket.ca/museum.

FEBRUARY 6 – APRIL 28 Exhibit: All in This Together Explore the atmosphere & experiences of our community during war time. What was it like for those who stayed at home? Also included, the “Dear Sadie” exhibit – on loan from the Archives of Ontario. The exhibit can be seen during regular hours of operation. Visit www.townofws.ca/museum for details!

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7 Bond Head United Church Roast Beef Dinner & Silent Auction. St. John’s Presbyterian Church, 2940 Sideroad 10, Bradford (1km north of County Road 88), from 4:30 to 7pm. A dinner with roast beef, potatoes, vegetables, salad, rolls, pie and coffee/tea. Price is $18/Adults & $8/Children 12 years and under. For info contact Betty

Money Talks A free, informal discussion group to exchange ideas & unbiased financial information. 7-8:30pm first Wednesday of the month, September to June, Aurora Public Library. Moderator Roger Strong is not affiliated with any financial institution. February 7: Which is the better investment: RRSP, TFSA, or our mortgage?

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FEBRUARY 7 – 27 Passage to Freedom: Secrets of the Underground Railroad Presented by The Elman W. Campbell Museum. The exhibit explores slavery, the Underground Railroad, a secret network that assisted fugitive slaves escape to freedom in Canada, & the challenges escaped slaves faced once in Canada. Old Town Hall (460 Botsford St.). Tuesday through Friday, 4-8pm. Saturdays: 2-4pm. Open to Schools: Tues. & Thurs. 9am12pm. For more info call 905-9535314, email elmanmuseum@rogers. com or visit Newmarket.ca/museum.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8 Friends of the East Gwillimbury Library Welcome Newfoundland writer, Wayne Johnston. He will introduce his latest book, First Snow, Last Light. Civic Centre, 19000 Leslie St., in Sharon (beside the Sharon Temple) at 7:30pm. Tickets available at the Holland Landing & Mount Albert Library branches. Tickets $15 ($10 for members of the Friends). Presentation, Q&A, book signing & refreshments. eglibraryfriends@gmail.com Amnesty International Meeting Amnesty International Aurora-Newmarket Group holds their monthly meeting 7-8:30pm to discuss current human rights issues & write appeal letters. Held at Trinity Anglican Church (in The Rectory building behind the church), 79 Victoria St., Aurora – all welcome! Free. For more information call Renee at 905-713-6713, www.amnesty.ca, amnestyaurora.wordpress.com Aurora Historical Society Speaker Series 2018 Colin Coates: Commemorating Women Warriors in Canadian History This presentation looks at the cases of the heroine of New France, Madeleine de Vercheres, & the heroine of Upper Canada, Laura Secord. Join us at Hillary House from 7-9pm. 15372 Yonge Street, Aurora. $5 AHS Members, $7 Non

FEBRUARY 8 & 22 Free French Language Conversation Group The Free group welcomes adults (from francophones to beginners) looking to put their French language Conversation skills into action. Francophones & stronger speakers are encouraged to share their French language skills with less strong speakers. For more information visit http://bit.ly/partagez-fr. Newmarket: Tim Horton’s, 17310 Yonge St. 6:308:30pm.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 EarlyON Child & Family Centre, (formerly Ontario Early Years Centre – York North) Registration for March & April programs begins at 1pm for infant programs (those under 12 months) & 2pm for all other programs. Registration will be completed by phone only. All programs are free &

centres offer registered programs as well as drop-in, resources & referrals. Visit us on-line at www.yorkchild.ca or at our main sites: Newmarket – 17310 Yonge Street, 905-853-0754 or Georgina (Keswick) – 70 Biscayne Blvd., 905-476-3834. Euchre Night A fund raiser organized by the Rotary Club of Newmarket. Please join this Progressive Euchre Game of 8 rounds, at 6:45pm for the games starting at 7pm sharp. 55 Forhan Drive, Newmarket. $10 each includes light snacks. New players welcome. Contact Rohit Kumar Singh at rohit_ ks@yahoo.com to register.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10 Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum Sweets & Treats. 10am to 12pm. Got a sweet tooth? Learn to make a variety of sweet treats to take home – stay to create a heritage craft & tour the Museum. Recommended ages: 8-12. Preregistration required. Visit

www.townofws.ca/museum for details! Bradford Arts Centre Presents Hailiah Knight who will be performing her original songs featuring her latest single “From Winston to Julia” with her piano, guitar & loop pedal creating a chorally influenced sound. Bradford United Church, 66 Barrie Street, Bradford. 905-751-5335. www.bradfordartscentre.org. Tickets at the door $20; $10 students; children under 12 free. Subscriptions are available for the 6 concerts in the series – at all concerts in person, online or by phone.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11 Unity of York Region – Sunday Service 10:30am at Newmarket Public Library, 438 Park Avenue. Jan 14 – “FINDING TIME” – “For everything there is a season & for every purpose under Heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3:1. Info: 905-8300331, 416-627-2380,  www.unityyorkregion.com

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FEBRUARY 12 TO MAY 14 Journal Writing Each Monday from 6:30 to 8:30pm at York Catholic School Board. This hands-on course is conducted by a certified instructor which will lead you through the process of clarifying your thoughts & feelings through selfexploration. While learning various journaling techniques you may find that journaling will reduce stress, strengthen your emotional well-being & help in organizing your life. Contact: writing4self.info@yahoo.com

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 Aurora Public Library Nutrition Series: Eat Your Heart Out! Nutrition tips for a healthy heart. February is the month of love! Come learn how to show your heart some love with healthy eating. We will sample a better-for-you Valentine’s Day treat & you’ll walk away with lots of recipes & resources. 7-8:30pm. For more information call the Adult Information Desk at 905-727-9494, ext. 275. York-Simcoe Naturalists Free Public Lectures Winter Evenings 2018.Lori McLean from the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority “Creating Wonderful Wetlands – considerations for Success”. Meeting starts at 7:30pm. 20 Oak Ave., River Drive Park Community Centre. www.ysnaturalists.com Aurora Public Library Painters Club. Join other painters in a fun, relaxed space! Bring your own watercolour, drawing/sketching projects, supplies & ideas; share tips & inspiration. All abilities welcome, but space is limited. 7-8:30pm. For more information call the Adult Information Desk at 905-727-9494, ext. 275.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14 A Healthy Way to Start the New Year Enjoy a Morning Out for just $6 (first-timers $4). Bethel Christian Reformed Church, 333 Davis Drive, Newmarket. Please Lug-a-Mug. Babysitting provided upon request. Feature: Kim Sartor: Natural Approach to Improved Health. Speaker: Janey Walker, Brampton, “Welcome to Grand Station”. Presented by Newmarket Christian Women’s Connection in Association with RSVP Ministries. For reservations & cancellations please call Marietta 905-895-9312 or email: carolford6@gmail.com The Probus Club of Aurora Monthly meeting today from 10am to 12 noon at the Royal Canadian Legion, 105 Industrial Parkway North, Aurora. This month’s speaker is Mr. Thanh Campbell, he was the 32nd Vietnamese orphan loaded onto a Canadian Forces plane on April 12, 1975. For more information 22 | February 2018 www.TheMonthAhead.ca

on this month’s speaker please call Cliff White at 905-841-2421. New Members Welcome! Call Gary Gilbert at 905-895-2849 or be our guest at the meeting.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15 Prostate Cancer Canada Network Newmarket Support Group Meeting for February. Newmarket Seniors Meeting Place, 474 Davis Drive, Halls 4 & 5, Newmarket. Meet & greet at 6:30 with meeting from 7 to 9pm. Presenter this month Dr. Hans Chung, Sunnybrook Health Sciences. Topic: A new standard of care for medium & high risk prostate cancer patients. Everyone is welcome. Contact: 905-473-2688. Email: info@ newmarketprostatecancer.com Web address: www.newmarketprostatecancer.com Parkinson Disease Support Group Our group meets the 3rd Thursday each month, 1:30-3:30pm at Trinity United Church, 461 Park Ave., Newmarket. All are welcome. For info contact Marlene Shields at 905-895-3800 or almarshields@icloud.com

FEBRUARY 17 & 18 Winterfest & Free Skating & Swimming Newmarket Riverwalk Commons (200 Doug Duncan Drive), Ray Twinney Recreation Complex (100 Eagle Street West). Winter fun both indoors & outdoors. Saturday 5 to 9 pm. Sunday Skating 12 to 2pm or Swimming 2 to 4pm. For more info contact the Town of Newmarket at 905-895-5193 or visit newmarket.ca/events

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19 Greentiger Exercising is good for muscle tone & respiration. Internal exercise enhances the health of bones, connecting tissues & organs. Tai Qi & Qi Kung are basic internal exercises & when practiced for health are called Neigong. Classes for all levels & ages. www.greentiger.ca 905-853-9891. Toyland at the Museum Family Day fun at the Elman W. Campbell Museum. See our model train, Nursery Rhyme & Fairy Tale displays. Pretend toy animal grooming salon (bring a toy animal

from home). Museum scavenger hunt! Ages 4-10. Drop in 11am to 3pm. $3/participant with donation of non-perishable food item for the Newmarket Food Pantry. For info call 905-953-5314 or email elmanmuseum@rogers.com. The Museum is located at 134 Main St. S., Newmarket. Family Fun Day In partnership with York Regional Forest, register for 1 of 2 free snowshoe walks at the Hollidge Tract. Visit the Museum from 124pm to share some quality time sampling fresh maple syrup & other treats. Explore activities in the heritage buildings. General admission applies at the Museum. Visit www.townofws.ca/museum for details!

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 East Gwillimbury Gardeners/East Gwillimbury Garden & Horticultural Society First General Meeting of the new season at 7:30pm. The speaker will be Pat de Valance, Toronto Master Gardener, speaking about Go Wild: Make Your Garden a Habitat. Refreshments served. All welcome. For more info call 905-478-8450 or email us at eggardeners@gmail.com or visit us on our Facebook page at www.fb.comeastgwillimburygardeners Newmarket Garden Club Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 8pm at the Newmarket Community Centre –Lions Hall, Doug Duncan Drive, Newmarket. The topic is “Growing & Showing Peonies with Hazel & Joe Cook”. Members enjoy our annual summer Garden Tour, Bus Trip, & November Potluck Dinner. There is a nominal guest charge at the door or sign up to become a member for the 2018 year. Visit www.gardenewmarket.ca.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 Newmarket Historical Society Bring & Brag. Always a favourite event – members are invited to bring in a treasure to share. It could be a mystery to solve, a family heirloom, a letter or document, or a curiosity. It may

come with an interesting, tragic or amusing story. 7:30pm. Lions Hall, Community Centre. Riverwalk Commons. A Second Probus Club in Bradford For retired or semiretired people. Our next meeting is at St. John’s Presbyterian Church, 2940 10th Sideroad, Bradford. 10am to 12pm. Contact Bonnie Keenan, 905-775-4700. Men’s PROBUS Club of Newmarket Meeting the third Wednesday each month at Seton Hall (17955 Leslie Street) from 10am to noon. Call Warren at 905-898-2761 or come to a meeting.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 Attention Experienced Shutterbugs & Novice Photographers! Aurora Public Library hosts a Camera Club the last Thursday of each month, October to May. Swap tips with other photographers & videographers; topics will include choosing the right camera, lighting, publishing your photos online. 7-8:30pm. For more information call the Adult Information Desk at 905-727-9494, ext. 275.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24 Yuk Yuk’s Stand Up Comedy Soroptimist International of York Region is holding a Fun Fundraiser featuring three hilarious live stand up comedians on Sat. Feb 24th at 7:30pm at Cosmopolitan Music Hall, 10 Via Renzo Dr, Richmond Hill.  Tickets are $30 & can be purchased on line at www. siyorkregion.ca.  All proceeds go directly to support programs to help improve the lives of women & girls.  Treasures Sale 8am to 11am, come to Bradford United Church (66 Barrie Street in Bradford, telephone 905-775-7268) to make a donation to the Church, & make some treasures your own. Proceeds support Bradford United Church & its charities. If you have goods that you wish to sell at prices you determine, a table may be rented for $15 – contact the Church regarding table rentals. Hope to see you at the Treasures Sale!

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25 Unity of York Region – Sunday Service 10:30am at Newmarket Public Library, 438 Park Avenue. Jan 14 – “THE PARABLE OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN” Matthew 22:36-40 “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.” Info: 905-830-0331, 416-627-2380,  www.unityyorkregion.com

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 Aurora Green Drinks Interested in connecting with community members who are passionate about the environment & sustainable development? Location: Aw Shucks Seafood Bar & Bistro, 15230 Yonge Street, Aurora. Free. Contact: auroragreendrink@gmail.com or 905-503-5008 for more information. The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Aurora/Newmarket meets at the Royal Canadian Legion, 105 Industrial Pkwy. N., Aurora. Please note CHANGE OF TIME for this month only! Doors open at 1pm for meeting at 1:30pm. CFUW can provide an opportunity for ANY woman, regardless of educational level seeking to empower her life through education, friendship, outreach & advocacy. This meeting, Mary Rose Marrin, Sister of St. Joseph will be speaking on the Fruitfulness of Aging. For more information, contact cfuwauroranewmarket.com. Come & check us out!

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28 Region of York Quilters Guild Meeting held at Newmarket Community Centre & Lions Hall, Doug Duncan Drive,

Newmarket. Meetings begin at 7:15pm. This month’s speaker is Lorna McMahon, quilter & quilt designer, with a quilt trunk show. Guests are welcome for a fee of $7. For more info about the guild – www.regionofyorkquiltersguild.ca Learning Disabilities Association of York Region Annual Conference. Finding the Right Balance for Students with LDs. 320 Bloomington Road West, Aurora. Speaker: Dr. Dale Willows. For information call 905-884-7933 ext 23 or email: info@ldayr.org

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Brad Jones Shotokan Karate-Do & Fitness Centre New courses starting in Shotokan Karate, Jiu Jitsu, Judo, Aikido, Fitness Kickboxing, Yoga & Zen meditation. 244 Main St. S., Newmarket. Please call 905-8959636 for further information. www.bradjoneskarate.com Crystal Reflexology EST. 1995 Painful Feet? Numbness or Tingling Due to Diabetes? Plantar Fasciitis? Arthritis? Relief from your discomfort is just a call away at 905-954-5512 for a Soothing 1 hour Foot Massage. Gift certificates available for all occasions. Visit www.crystalreflexology.ca. Monday Meditation nights – drop-ins welcome! We set the space for you to achieve relaxation, revitalization, and innerpeace. New and experienced will benefit. For more details, location and other classes, check the calendar at themiddlepillar.ca 905-717-5907, Bayview/Mulock area, Newmarket. Greentiger Exercising is good for muscle tone and respiration. Internal exercise enhances the health of bones, connecting tissues and organs. Tai Qi and Qi Kung are basic internal exercises and when practiced for health are called Neigong. Classes

for all levels and ages. www.greentiger.ca. 905-853-9891. Do You Suffer from an Autoimmune Condition? Do you want to move beyond simply managing your symptoms to restoring health? I approach autoimmune disease using a holistic, multifaceted strategy that includes homeopathy (a system of natural medicine that treats the whole person), diet/nutrition and effective stress management. To explore this approach, call for a FREE 20-minute no-obligation consultation: Linda Mariconda, HOM, DCHM, Registered Homeopath, 647-335-2873. HEART-STRINGS Newmarket Violin Studio “Every Child Can!” Talent Education: VIOLIN and VIOLA LESSONS, all ages and abilities. Registered Teacher: Suzuki and RCM, Master of Education. Call 905898-4726, email newmarketstudio@ gmail.com, website http://newmarketviolinstudio. mymusicstaff.com/ First Aid, CPR and AED Classes St. John Ambulance is Canada’s leader in first aid. Our courses provide information and skills that can help in an emergency situation at work, home and at play. Classes offered twice a week plus one weekend per month. For more information or to register email york.region@on.sja.ca or call 905-773-3394. Meditate with Canadian Buddhist nun, Gen Kelsang Suma Our class theme for the New Year is “The Medicine of Mindfulness: Healing the Heart in a Troubled and Divided World”. Every Monday from 7-8:30pm at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 227 Church Street in Newmarket. Each class includes a teaching, meditation and time for discussion. Cost: $10. For more information, please see https:// www.meditateinbarrie.org/ Soroptimist International of York Region If you are

interested in improving the lives of women and girls both locally and globally, Soroptimist is the volunteer service organization for you.  Our club meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7pm at Hollandview Retirement Residence at 200 John West Way, Aurora.   For further information about Soroptimist, please contact RoseMary at  905-235-8849. 

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Euchre Party at Bradford United Church The Church is located at 66 Barrie Street in Bradford (telephone 905-7757268). 1:30 to 4:00pm. Tickets $10/ person & obtained at the door on February 24th. Proceeds support Bradford United Church & its charities. Refreshments & prizes will be provided. Come & join us for an enjoyable social afternoon of cards. We look forward to seeing you.

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Fighting Cellulite Let’s face it, dimples are cute but only on the face. So many of us have multiple dimples in places we just don't want to discuss. Of course those dimples go by another name, Cellulite. Even the sound of it makes most people cringe. Cellulite is fat deposits that push through connective tissue beneath the skin creating an orange peel look. About 90 percent of women over the age of 40 have some form of cellulite. The dimples appear mostly on the buttocks and thighs. It may come as no surprise that a healthy diet will help you avoid cellulite. Stay away from foods that are high in saturated fats and cholesterol. Choose healthy fats, like nuts, avocados, and olive oil. They have been found to assist with weight loss and in turn, cellulite. Avoid eating foods that are high in sugar. Think twice about having that honey cruller with your morning coffee. Instead eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. Eat whole grains including wholewheat bread and pasta. Cut down on the amount of salt you eat. Switch out the salt shaker for other spices to dress up your food. Drink plenty of water and avoid alcoholic beverages. Get off your cellulite. Fit an exercise routine into your busy schedule. Spending an hour every day shaking that cellulite will burn fat and will help to avoid adding pounds to those thighs. Try cycling, jogging, aerobics and even fast walking to increase your heart rate and reduce fat deposits.

Always check with your physician first before starting any new exercise routines. Likely the most annoying thing about cellulite is the fact that you can never really get rid of it completely. If you are doing your best to fight the good fight and you feel like you are still losing, try heading to the spa. There are a few methods that are used to help reduce the effects of cellulite. RF treatments can be effective in smoothing dimpled areas. The RF device sends radio waves through the skin and into the underlying tissue. Heat is created shrinking the fat cells and tightening the collagen. On the surface, the cellulite is reduced and the skin appears smoother. RF treatments work best on mild to moderate cellulite. Those with severe cellulite may not see the same results. There is no real pain to the treatments and there are virtually no side effects. However, the RF device cannot be used to treat patients that have pacemakers.   Most patients will begin to see some results within a week. It usually takes about six sessions to adequately reduce the cellulite. Some patients may need as many as 10 sessions to break down the fat deposits. The skin will continue tightening for about four to six months. After the sessions are complete, most patients will need to have one or two sessions a year to maintain the effects.

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Youth BEAT ENGAGING IN SCIENCE By Samantha Forani, Graduate of McMaster University Science is not for everyone. It can be complicated and confusing, and truthfully, frustrating. However, there are many ways to become engaged in science that may not seem so daunting. And the best part, it encourages physical activity as well as engaging in social activities. Programs such as Rink Watch and Nature Watch are just two examples of great ways to become active in the science community and have fun doing it.   Rink Watch was launched in 2013 by researchers at Wilfred Laurier University and it observes and analyses ice patterns and ice conditions of over 1400 different outdoor skating rinks and ponds in North America. Do you enjoy skating or playing hockey outdoors in the winter? Do you have a rink in your backyard, or a local frozen pond you use? Rink Watch asks for people like you to simply log on, and send information in with regards to the ice conditions that day and for the times when you skate outdoors. Was it too soft that day? Maybe it was only thick enough to skate on at a much later time than the year before. Rink Watch wants to know all of this as it helps them to track climate patterns and ice conditions. This is a great way for

you to take your favourite activity and use it to benefit science. It is also a wonderful social community as they have a Facebook page you can join and meet other people with the same interests. There are also amazing contests and prizes, including prizes donated by the NHL. Now if skating is not your ideal sport, then maybe Nature Watch is the site for you. Nature Watch was first launched in 2000 and is a partnership with Environment Canada and many other organizations. They aim to have the Canadian public help them track any sort of changes in the climate and natural environment. Information collected from Nature Watch is used in many scientific reports and analyses specifically aimed at the three subcategories Ice Watch, Frog Watch, and Plant Watch. Did you perhaps notice that a certain flower in your favourite park bloomed much later than the year before? Or perhaps you noticed an increase in frog population in the pond near your home. Nature Watch wants to hear all about it to put into their latest research.   Nature Watch is also a great motivator to get your friends and family to explore the environment around you. Just as with Rink Watch, gather your friends and go to that frozen pond and play a game of hockey. These sites offer many ways to have fun, but also observe your surroundings and contribute to science. These are great sites for both youth and adults, and motivate you to be active, join a new community, and engage in science!







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Pork Shoulder Boneless Roast with Asian Caramel Sauce

Ingredients: • 1 (1kg) pork shoulder roast • 2 tbsp (30mL) minced ginger • 2 tbsp (30mL) minced garlic • 1/2 cup (125mL) brown sugar • 1/2 cup (125mL) oyster sauce • 1/2 tsp (1mL) cayenne pepper • 1/2 cup (125mL) water or Shaoxing wine • 1 tbsp (125mL) Chinese 5 spice powder • 2 tbsp (30mL) soy sauce • 1 cup (250mL) chicken broth, vegetable

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Edible Valentine’s Marshmallow Pops

By: Carmina Pereira You will need: • marshmallows • white chocolate • sprinkles • paper straws • food coloring • clear plastic bags

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1. Cut a small slit in the top of the marshmallows to allow you to insert your straw. 2. Put them in the freezer for about 5-10 minutes. They do not take long to freeze and by doing this, the marshmallow is adhered more securely to the straw. 3. Melt the white chocolate in the microwave on medium heat and stir every 30 seconds. White chocolate burns easier than regular chocolate so watch it closely! Add food coloring if desired. 4. Dip the frozen marshmallows in the white chocolate. Tap the excess white chocolate off. The frozen marshmallow will make the chocolate harden quickly so don’t wait too long before dipping them into the sprinkles.  Let dry. 5. Wrap up pops in individual plastic bags and tie with a pretty ribbon.


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8$99 ,00 0

8$48 ,80 0

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1$,5 96, 600

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www.94Milloy.com www.16Geddes.com www.35Stewart.com www.45Pleasant.com www.214RedMaple.com 94 Milloy Pl - Aurora 16 Geddes St - Bradford 35 Stewart Cres - Bradford 45 Pleasant Ave - East Gwillimbury 214 Red Maple Rd - Richmond Hill Bayview Ave &SALE Wellington Ave E FOR Rogers Tr & Vipond Rd FOR SALE FOR Yonge St & Queensville Sdrd WSALE 8th Ln & Summerlyn Tr 16th Ave & Yonge St

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$1 ,09 9,9 00

$1 ,04 5,9 00

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www.61Milby.com 61 Milby Cres - Bradford SALEDr Holland StFOR & Melbourne


89 McCurdy Dr - Tottenham Mill Street & Queen Street

1$,1 90, 000


www.30VivianCreek.com 30 Vivian Creek Rd - Mt Albert York Durham Ln & Mt Albert Rd


7 Rosegarden Cres - Richmond Hill Yonge St & Coons Rd

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