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August 2016

Volume 25, Number 08

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Business Feature of the Month: The Tumble Tot Co. & Tornados Gymnastics Pool and Spa Trends Cottage Gardens This Month In History: August Events Keeping it Cool PVC vs. Composite Decks Senior Beat: Prepare for Emergencies INFO Pages Youth Beat: Benefits of wimming Wine & Dine At The Theatre Kids’ Fall Registration Info Fun For Kids Leisure Page: Photo Contest, Recipe: Thai Flank Steak Kebobs & Craft Corner: Mason Jar Aquarium

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Pool and Spa Trends

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Fire and water are normally not two things that you think of that go together. If you are looking to add a little ‘wow’ factor to your pool area, you just might want to heat things up a bit with a firewater bowl. These decorative bowls generally run on natural gas or propane. They come in various sizes, shapes and even materials. You can add one or more bowls to your pool area. If you have the room and the money, then you may b e interested in creating your own luxurious b ackyard oasis complete with caves. Made to resemble real rock caves, these fabricated designs add a definite ‘wow’ factor to your pool. Rock waterfalls enhance the pool area with cascading water. Guests can enjoy paddling through the waterfall into the hidden cave. If you would like to bring the area to life at night, consider adding lighting underwater and around the rock surfaces. While thinking ab out extra features, consider those who might want a b reak from the hot sun. Gradual ledges in the pool are perfect spots to add a shaded area for those who want to remain in the water, but want out of the sun. The area around the pool can make or break the look of your backyard. Natural paver stones offer a durab le and more appealing look to your pool area. You can choose from a variety of colours and shapes. Brick, flagstone, or travertine can b e made to fit any size or shape. The best part about using paver stones is that if a stone is damaged, the individual stone can be replaced. The entire deck does not need to be repaired.

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Cottage Gardens Cottage owners can tell you that their beloved summer home is exactly that, a home. It may not be a palace, but owners will spend time and money to make their cottage feel like a home away from home both inside and out. Landscaping at a cottage can be difficul It depends upon the soil and the exposure to the sun and other elements. Most cottages are on lakes. With the lovely scenery comes very wet ground. Some of this soil can be sandy and rocky. For those cottage owners that are interested in landscaping, finding the right plants can be tric y. Probably the best place to start when creating a garden at the cottage is to determine what type of soil you have. If you are not sure, collect some dirt in a jar and take it to a local nursery. They can assist you with the best type of plants for your garden. If you have wet soil that does not drain very well, there are a few plants that will excel. Forget-me-nots Lily-of-the-valley Iris Various types of ferns There are not many plants that do well in dry soil and even soil that is sandy. If you hope to create a landscape masterpiece with dry land, there are a few plants that can work. Portulaca Evening Primrose Black-Eyed Susan

Ornamental Grasses including Blue Stem, Mosquito and Ribbon Grasses If you are concerned about the state of your soil, change it. Build a frame and fill it with topsoil and other fertile mixtures. You will want to make sure that the garden does drain well so you are able to plant a variety of perennials and annuals. When creating a cottage garden, it’s important to remember that there may not be someone available to water plants during the entire summer. Most cottage goers head to their second home on weekends or for a couple of weeks at a time. Be sure to plant fl wers and shrubs that can exist without constant pampering and watering. Hanging baskets and planters may look nice, but they require more attention than ground gardens. You are not able to count on consistent rains to water them. One of the main differences b etween gardens at home and gardens at your second home will be the relaxed atmosphere and more clutter. You can play around with designs, but putting together a multitude of colours and throwing in some high growing vines will create a gorgeous palette of seasonal blooms that can also double to hide imperfections. Remember that cottage gardens are more relaxed and fun. Try not to be a perfectionist. One more thing…Don’t forget the weeds. Ground covers like mulch can help stave off the growth of weeds and other unwanted foliage in your gardens. Keeping the cottage garden as low maintenance as possible will ensure it looks great even when you are not there. 

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This Month IN HISTORY

invention. On August 10, 1876 Graham Bell stretched the limits. He conducted the world’s fi st long distance call. The call reached 8 kilometers from Brantford, Ontario to Paris, Ontario.   Alexander Graham Bell was more than the inventor of the telephone. In fact, Bell used a by-product of his telephone research to create an electrical bullet probe for surgeons. Surgeons adopted it and it was credited with saving lives during World War 1. 

August Events The month of August in history has b een a time of incredib le change and tragedy for Canada. The country looked a little different when one of its largest cities was born. It was August 27, 1793 when John Graves Simcoe named his new settlement ‘York’ in honour of the Duke of York, Frederick Augustus. Augustus, the son of King George III, had led the British army to defeat the French army in a battle in northern France in May 1793. When Simcoe arrived in ‘York’ he saw the city as a perfect spot for a naval base. Simcoe spent a year developing the area that would later be named Toronto. Simcoe created Fort York and b uilt a sawmill on the Humb er River north of what is known today as Bloor Street. He also began construction on Yonge Street, one of the world’s longest streets. The road stretches 1,896 km to Rainy River. Scottish-born Alexander Graham Bell would have loved to reach 1,896 km with his invention in the 1800s. It would be years before his telephone was able to connect people thousands of kilometers apart. Bell started his plight to transmit human voices over telegraph lines in 1874. Finally in 1876 Bell’s voice was heard on a telegraph line. He called out to his assistant “Mr. Watson, come here I want you!” In June 1876, the world was introduced to Bell’s

There were many opportunities for surgeons to save soldiers during World War 1. On August 5, 1914, Britain declared war automatically taking Canada to the fight. In August of 1917, Canada was victim of the fi st mustard gas attack. A year later Canada changed the game. It was August 8, 1918 that marked the start of what b ecame known as “The Hundred Days” and success for Canada. Canada advanced 20 kilometres in three days in the fight against the Germans. With success came heavy loss, Canadian Corps suffered more than 9,000 casualties. Canadian troops continued their series of attacks that broke through German defences until September 2. Canada faced heavy losses years later during World War II. It was August 19, 1942 during a raid on Dieppe, France that more than 900 Canadians were killed and another 2,000 were taken hostage. Cliffs surrounded the French seaside village of Dieppe and the Canadian soldiers were devastated at the water’s edge during the raid. Those that were taken hostage spent the rest of the war as prisoners in German camps. Sources: http://www.canadahistory.com/timeline.asp http://www.canadahistory.com/sections/voyager/2012/August/This%20Month%20in%20History.html http://www.fortyork.ca/history-of-fort-york.html

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Keeping it Cool

The sun is at full strength and your home is as hot as a pizza oven. It’s so hot that even your furniture is wilting. You have an air conditioning unit, but the cost of hydro has you avoiding turning on the unit. You have AC, you should b e ab le to turn it on and enjoy the comforts of a cool home. There are ways to maximize the cool air in your home and save money at the same time. Ride the heat wave. Canadian summers consist of days that are steamy hot and those that are just warm. Monitor the weather and save air conditioning usage for the days that are extremely hot. Try opening windows on the days that are cooler. A nice summer breeze will be all you need to be comfortable. Ceiling fans are great to help move the air in a room. You will notice that most fans have two different directions… clockwise and counter clockwise. Set the fan to counter clockwise to circulate the cool air. It will pull the cool air up and push it back down again. During hot days ceiling fans can assist with air circulation. Keeping the air circulated will help to cut down on air conditioning usage. You don’t need to cool every room in your house. There are always rooms that are not in use. Close vents and shut doors on rooms that don’t need to be cooled. The air conditioning unit

won’t need to work as hard at cooling down the house when there is less square footage to cool. Make sure that the rooms that need to be cooled have unobstructed vents. The sun’s rays can heat a room in a matter of minutes. Close curtains and b linds on windows that receive direct sunlight at any time of the day. Blocking out the warm sun will help cut down on the amount of heat in the room. Insulated curtains can be helpful during the extreme heat as well as the extremely cold days. They are much thicker than most curtains and can block out any drafts.

How cool your home gets can depend upon the efficiency of your air conditioning unit. The unit should b e clear of any obstructions. Check the landscaping around your unit. Remove any b ushes, trees, plants or hedges. Plants should b e ab out three feet away from the air conditioning unit to allow proper airflow. Cooling the house can be difficult if the unit is having issues or the ducts are obstructed. Before using your air conditioning unit, have a professional inspect it. Having air ducts cleaned will also assist with airflow through your home. Remember that the air passes through the filter in your furnace. Make sure that there is a new filter installed. Filters should b e washed or replaced every three months to make sure your home is efficient.

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If you’re suffering from nerve problems in the arms and legs, you must read about a clinical study that showed..

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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 “significan improvement in perceived comfort and function, nerve conduction and finger sensation overall.” – JMP 1998 “Significant inc ease in grip strength and normalization of motor and sensory latencies were noted. Orthopedic tests were negative. Symptoms dissipated.” – JMPT 1994

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The Likely Cause Of Your Problem My name is Dr. Joshua Nikkanen, clinic director at Crossroads Chiropractic. I’ve been helping people with neuropathy and nerve problems for more than 14 years. 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.

Could This Be Your Solution?

For 14 days only, $35 will get you all the services I normally charge new patients $220 for! What does this offer include? Everything. Take a look at what you will receive: • An in-depth consultation about your health and well-being where I will listen…really listen…to the details of your case. •

A complete neuromuscular examination.

full set of specialized x-rays to determine A if a spinal problem is contributing to your pain or symptoms… (NOTE: These would normally cost you at least $100).

thorough analysis of your exam and x-ray A findings so we can start mapping out you plan to being pain-free.

The good news is that chiropractic treatments have proven effective in helping to remove the pressure on the nerves.

I ’ll answer your most probing questions about nerve problems and how chiropractic can help.

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Until August 15, 2016 you can get everything

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Take me up on my offer and call today 905-830-1146.

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INFO Pages

August 2016

at the Aurora Town Park & are from 7-9pm.

YOUTHSPEAK PRESENTS… BIG BAM

SITE Exhib it: Nora’s Suitcase ends August

Free admission, b ut food donations for the

CHALLENGE Fundraiser event for YouthSpeak

14. 10am-4pm. Nora Hillary was an

EAST GWILLIMBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY

Local Food Pantry are greatly appreciated.

PerformanceCharity.Emcee:JohnBartlett,voiceof

enthusiastic world traveller; this exhib it

Here is just a sample of some of the events

More

the Montreal Canadiens on Sportsnet. Donations

follows her travels & the changes in travel

during August: Summer Reading Club ,

www.aurora.ca/summerconcerts

Welcome. Meet n’ Greet with the Toronto Marlies

throughout the twentieth century. For more

& Canadian Women’s Hockey League. A fun

information, contact 905-727-8991 or

information

can b e

found

at

Upcycled Embroidery (ages 8-11), Computers for Scaredy Cats, Intro to Microsoft, Adult

_____August – September__________

day for youth & families. Baseb all Tournament,

erika.mazanik@aurorahs.com

Book Club & more. Visit your b ranch or

WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE

MUSEUM

Beach Volleyball, Bike Course, Obstacle Courses,

www.aurorahs.com

website to see the many programs we have

From the Heart through the Hands. Experience

Barbecue, Zumba, Yoga & Pound Classes. Local

to offer including Children Storytimes &

the unique beauty of handcrafted pieces from

Vendors & more! 8am to 6pm. Aurora Family

Children’s Activities, Teens & Tweens & Adult

the Museum’s collection. This exhibit is included

Leisure Complex, 135 Industrial Parkway, Aurora.

SHOW 11am-4pm. Join us as exhib itors

Programs. Holland Landing Branch, 19513

with general admission & can b e seen during

bigbamchallenge.com

from across southern Ontario display

Yonge St. 905-836-6492 & Mount Alb ert

the museum regular hours of operation. Visit

Branch: 19300 Centre St. 905-473-2472.

www.townofws.ca/museum for details!

or

visit

43RD ANNUAL ANTIQUE & CLASSIC CAR

their prized cars. Enjoy all this family event

OF

has to offer, including a kids’ zone, live

1,000 SONGS, cordially invites you to

entertainment, food vendors, & heritage

_____August 1____________________

a commemorative “Summer of Love”

activities. Rain date: August 21st. Visit

ORTA HIKES FOR AUGUST Come & join

SOUTHLAKE CINEMANIA returns Monday

performance. Please join me at: Books/Cafe

www.townofws.ca/museum for details.

us on our hikes on over 300km of moraine

September 19th. Passes go on sale beginning

& Things, 208 Main St. South, Newmarket,

trail! ORTA  offers guided hikes of all

of August, tickets available mid August. See

1:30-3:30 pm. Let’s relive those magical days

POND DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

difficultie & lengths, weekdays & weekends.

www.southlakecinemania.com

when anything seemed possible. Hey, it’s

WORKSHOP Held at the New Roots

summer and 1967 again. Can you feel it?

Garden Centre. 905-895-9727

See more details at www.egpl.ca

Some are targeted at families; others are

FREEDOM

CHUCK,

THE

MAN

oriented towards adults while others have

_____August 2, 9 & 16_____________

a strong nature focus. Hike schedules &

KIDS AROUND TOWN Environmental Park

_____Tuesday, August 9___________

_____Monday, August 15___________

related information can be found under the

(Woodspring Avenue), 7 to 8 pm. Bring

NEWMARKET GARDEN CLUB Meetings

GREENTIGER Exercising is good for muscle

‘Hiking’ tab at www.oakridgestrail.org

a lawn chair or b lanket to delight in this

are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month

tone & respiration. Internal exercises enhance

evening’s themed entertainment. Check

except August which is the 2nd Tuesday at

the health of b ones, connecting tissues &

out the web site for details of activities

8pm at the Newmarket Community Centre

internal organs. Tai Chi & Chi Kung are basic

each week. www.newmarket.ca/events

–Lions Hall, Doug Duncan Drive, Newmarket.

internal exercises & when practiced for

The topic is “Designing with Flowers”

health is call Neigong. Classes for all levels & ages. www.greentiger.ca 905-853-9891.

AURORA

HISTORICAL

SOCIETY

-

DISCOVER DAYS Thursdays & Saturdays in August join us from 1:30-3:30pm for a kidfriendly tour of Hillary House & a fun activity!

_____Thursday, August 4__________

with Helen Battersb y. Memb ers enjoy our

Programs include Medical Detectives, Nature

WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE

MUSEUM

annual summer Garden Tour, Bus Trip, &

Seekers, Arts & Crafts, Back to School & Dig

Animal Tales. 10am to 11am. Spend

Novemb er Potluck Dinner. New memb ers

_____August 15 – 19_______________

it! See aurorahs.com for full details.

time in the discovery Room exploring an

& guests are always welcome! Visit www.

CAMP KINGDOM OF THE SON For children

animal-themed story, then make a craft!

gardenewmarket.ca

ages 4-12. Games, b ib le stories, friends,

MOONLIGHT MOVIES Wrap up the summer

Recommended ages: 2 to 5. Pre-registration

by enjoying a movie under the stars. Bring a

is required. For more information visit

_____Thursday, August 11__________

Cost $35. St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 227

lawn chair or b lanket to watch a film on

www.townofws.ca/museum

WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE

Church St., Newmarket. Contact Jeesu at

a huge inflatab le screen. Film title will b e

crafts, snacks, fun! From 9am to noon.

MUSEUM

Teddy Bear Tea. 10am-11am. Bring your

admin@stpaulsnewmarket.org 905-853-7285.

or

revealed closer to the day. All films will begin

BOOK STUDY & DISCUSSION GROUP

children & their favourite teddy b ears for a

at dusk (approximately 8:15pm.) Visit www.

Continuing our Summer Success Series, 7:30

fun morning. Enjoy b ear-themed activities,

newmarket.ca/events

- 9 pm at The Budokan Judo Club, 620 Steven

including a story, craft & snack! Recommended

_____Tuesday, August 16__________

Court, Newmarket.

ages 3 to 8. Pre-registration is required. Visit

START

www.townofws.ca/museum for details!

ANCESTRY Ancestry is one of the most popular

Everyone welcome!

AURORA CONCERTS IN THE PARK SERIES

Info:

Aug 3 – After Hours Big Band | Aug 10 –

www.unitynewmarket.com

905-830-0331,

416-627-2380,

Carpet Frogs | Aug 17 – Gypsy Kings | Aug 24 – Desire: Trib ute to U2. All concerts are

_____Saturday, August 6__________

YOUR

FAMILY

TREE

WITH

online genealogy resources. You’ve prob ab ly

_____Sunday, August 14___________

seen it advertised on TV, & you can use it FREE

HILLARY HOUSE NATIONAL HISTORIC

at the library. This program will introduce you to

9 week course starting October 3rd

Beginner/Intermediate, Day/Evening Sessions Available. Pre-register quickly as space is limited! yoga-with-joanneroyce@rogers.com | 905-478-8245 Gift Certifica es Available.

Yoga With Joanne Royce

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BOOK STUDY & DISCUSSION GROUP Continuing our Summer

Opening: “World War One, For King & Country”. 10am to 4pm.

digital way to trace your lineage. Newmarket Public Library. Lower

SuccessSeries,7:30-9pmatTheBudokanJudoClub,620StevenCourt,

Explore the global, national & local impacts of the early stages of

Level Study Room. 7pm. Spots are limited! To register call 905-

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

the war, including initial reactions, early enlistment & the realities

953-5110 ext. 4770.

www.unitynewmarket.com

of trench warfare. For more information, contact 905-727-8991

EAST GWILLIMBURY GARDENERS/EAST GWILLIMBURY

_____Friday, August 19__________________________

or erika.mazanik@aurorahs.com or visit www.aurorahs.com

INFO Pages

the Library Edition of this comprehensive resource. Ancestry is the

_____Thursday, August 25______________________

GARDEN & HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Join us 6:30pm

ONTARIO EARLY YEARS, YORK NORTH Registration for

to 8:30pm, at the Mt. Alb ert Community Centre, 53 Main

Septemb er & Octob er 2016 programs b egins at 1pm b y phone

FREE FRENCH LANGUAGE CONVERSATION GROUP This

Street, Mount Alb ert: The evening is the Annual Celeb ration of

or in person. All programs are free & centres offer registered

group welcomes adults (from francophones to beginners) looking

Gardens & Annual Flower Show. Results of the Annual flower

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

to put their French language CONVERSATION skills into action.

Show will b e on display. Refreshments provided b y the Mount

www.yorkchild.ca or at our main sites: Newmarket – 17210 Yonge

6:30pm to 8:30pm. Tim Horton’s, 17310 Yonge St. (just north of the

Alb ert United church Women will b e served. All welcome.

Street, 905-853-0754. Georgina (Keswick) – 70 Biscayne Blvd.

York Region Administrative Centre, west side). Web: http://bit.ly/

For more information call 905 853-7126 or email us at

905-476-3834.

partagez_conversation Email: Partagez.York@yahoo.ca.

eggardeners@gmail.com or visit us on our Faceb ook page at

_____Saturday, August 20______________________

BOOK STUDY & DISCUSSION GROUP Continuing our Summer

GARLIC IS GREAT FESTIVAL Newmarket Farmers’ Market,

Success Series, 7:30 - 9 pm at The Budokan Judo Club, 620 Steven

_____Wednesday, August 17____________________

Newmarket Riverwalk Commons (200 Doug Duncan Drive), 8am

Court, Newmarket. Everyone welcome! Info: 905-830-0331, 416-

THE MEN’S PROBUS CLUB OF NEWMARKET Meets the

to 1pm. Celebrate Ontario’s garlic harvest. Visitors can enjoy live

627-2380, www.unitynewmarket.com

3rd Wednesday each month at Seton Hall (17955 Leslie

cooking demonstrations, musical performances & interact with

Street) from 10am to noon. Call Jay at 905-727-4089 or

Ontario Garlic farmers.

_____Saturday, August 27_______________________

FOREST BUG & BUTTERFLY WALK Join insect experts

8-11am, come to the Bradford United Church (66 Barrie Street in

_____Thursday, August 18______________________

to capture, identify & release b ugs & b utterflies using

Bradford, telephone 905-775-7268) to make some treasures your

FREE FRENCH LANGUAGE CONVERSATION GROUP This

nets. Learn how insects play an important role in our

own. Proceeds support Bradford United Church & its charities. If

group welcomes adults (from francophones to b eginners)

communities. Recommended for ages 6 & up. Open to all.

you have goods that you wish to sell at prices you determine, a table

looking to put their French language CONVERSATION skills

Registration required at York.ca/forestevents or b y phone at

may be rented for $15 – contact the Church regarding table rentals.

into action. 6pm to 8pm. Covernotes Tea & Coffee House,

1-877-464-9675. 10am to 12pm. OR 2-4pm. Bendor & Graves

Hope to see you at the Treasures Sale!

10268 Yonge St. (b eside the Richmond Hill Centre for the

Tract, 17858 McCowan Rd.

www.Facebook.com/eastgwillimburygardeners

TREASURES SALE – BRADFORD UNITED CHURCH From

come to a meeting.

BBQ & CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY New Roots Garden

Performing Arts). Web: http://bit.ly/partagez_conversation

_____August 20 to November 11_________________

Email: Partagez.York@yahoo.ca.

Centre. 17235 Yonge St., in Newmarket. 905-895-9727

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Celebrating 40

Years in Newmarket

EUCHRE PARTY AT BRADFORD UNITED CHURCH 1:30 –

_____September 12 & 18________________________

3:30pm. Bradford United Church is hosting a Euchre Party. The

LEARN MODERN SQUARE DANCING Free Intro to Modern

Church is located at 66 Barrie Street, in Bradford (telephone

Square Dancing evenings 7-8:30pm at 474 Davis Drive,

905-775-7268). Tickets are $10/person & may be obtained at the

Newmarket. Beginner classes continue throughout the fall & winter

door. Proceeds support Bradford United Church & its charities.

on Monday nights. Join us in a healthy activity that incorporates the

Refreshments & prizes will b e provided. Come & join us for an

three holistic dimensions: physical, mental & social. No experience

enjoyable social afternoon of cards. We look forward to seeing you.

is necessary & no partner is required. Wear comfortable shoes & clothing. Get ready to laugh & make new friends. Contact Anne or

_____Sunday, August 28_________________________

Reg at happyhoppers@rogers.com or call 905-895-1764 for

UNITY OF NEWMARKET SUNDAY SERVICE, 10:30

more information.

am. at Newmarket Pub lic Lib rary, 438 Park Avenue. “KEEPING THE SABBATH HOLY” - the true meaning of

_____Saturday, September 17___________________

Info: 905-830-0331,  416-627-2380.

ONE NIGHT WITH A CAVALCADE OF LEGENDS In support of

the Sab b ath Day.

www.unitynewmarket.com

the Canadian Diabetes Association. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 385, 105 Industrial Parkway in Aurora. Doors open at 7pm. Show

_____Sunday,August31__________________________

begins at 8pm. Presold tickets only $20. For info call Dave at cell:

TRYOUTS AT THE TUMBLE TOT CO. Join us for pre-

905-954-5880 home: 905-476-2459 or Carolyn at 905-235-

competitive and competitive tryouts from 6 – 7pm. 1-1166

1347. Entertainers: Jim Robinson, Jimmy Gribbon as John Denver,

Gorham Street. 905-836-6401

Amberley Beatty as Patsy Cline and Dave Collison as Elvis Presley.

_____August 31 & September 8_________________

BEREAVED FAMILIES OF YORK REGION’S 9TH ANNUAL

BIG TOP SCHOOL OF CIRCUS ARTS Open House &

MEMORIAL BUTTERFLY RELEASE & WALK TO REMEMBER

Registration. Try a FREE Class! 3-5 yrs: 5-6pm. 6-9 yrs: 6-7pm. 10+

at Fairy Lake Park in Newmarket on September 17th. Contact

yrs: 7-8pm. Call 905-898-0699 for further information or visit

us at 95-898-6265 for more details!

www.bigtopcircusschool.ca

WALK FOR GUIDE DOGS Join the Aurora Lions Club for

Brad Jones MARTIAL ARTS & FITNESS SINCE 1976

Register Today!

_____September 10 & 11_________________________

the Purina Guide Dog Walk, Sheppard’s Bush, in Aurora.

5TH ANNUAL EAST GWILLIMBURY HOME & LIFESTYLE

Registration 9am. Walk at 10am. Gifts/BBQ at 11am.

SHOW 2016 Join us! Meet local vendors & share in fun for the

Please volunteer, b ring your pets and friends. All welcome.

whole family, bigger than ever! FREE Admission. Sat. 10am-5pm.

Please donate. More info – cschiafone@hotmail.com –

Sun. 10am-4pm. EG Sports Complex, 1914B Mount Alb ert Rd.,

Chris

Sharon. www.egcoc.org 905-478-8447.

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_____Monday, September 12____________________

_____Tuesday, September 20________________________

GENESIS BEREAVEMENT RESOURCE CENTRE Fall Grief Support

IGNITE YOUR PASSION! 7pm. at Sharon Hope United Church,

Group at 7pm. It is a time of sharing & learning about the journey of grief.

18648 Leslie Street, Sharon. York Harmony Chorus (formerly York

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Youth BEAT Benefits of wimming By Samantha Forani, Graduate of McMaster University At the risk of stating the ob vious, it is summer time and it is hot. And now to ask the obvious question; What is the best activity in these circumstances? Swimming! Swimming is a great social activity in the summer and fun for people of all ages. However, if people do not learn to swim properly, it can be a dangerous activity. Learning to swim is beneficial for so many reasons. Swimming is great exercise, whether you are doing fifty laps or splashing around with your friends. Furthermore, it is a great activity wherever you are, whether you are in your backyard or in Cuba, swimming is a great skill to possess. In saying this, b eing properly certified is so b eneficial. Swimming lessons are so accessible and offered in every public swimming pool. Whether you are signing up your five year old to learn, or are thirty and would like to learn to swim, everyone should know how. I myself am quite a weak swimmer and never took lessons passed level seven. While I can splash around in my pool just fine, I would never be able to help someone if they were in trouble, and can barely tread water for more than two minutes. This could b e very dangerous if something were to happen to myself or someone I was with while swimming.

Learning to b e a strong, capab le swimmer is so b eneficial to yourself and those around you. Once fully certified, going further and getting your lifeguarding certification is not only a milestone, b ut it opens up opportunities to job s as well. Lifeguarding and teaching swimming is the perfect summer employment opportunity and pays fairly well. And passing this skill onto others is a great service to your community. As I mentioned earlier, swimming is also one of the best forms of exercise. It keeps your heart rate up and takes stress off your b ody. It can also b uild your endurance, muscle strength, and cardiovascular fitness. By simply swimming and having fun with your friends you can maintain a healthy weight, heart, and lungs as well as tone muscle and b uild strength. Another b enefit of swimming is the lack of stressful impact it has on your body. I personally have bad joints and can no longer run, but swimming is an easy cardio exercise to do. And of course I have not touched upon the b est part of swimming, and that is escaping the heat of the summer. Not everyone handles heat well and jumping into a pool to cool off is a great way to beat the heat. Whether you have your own pool in your backyard, or use a friend’s pool, or a public pool in your neighb ourhood or go to the b each, swimming is a refreshing choice. The most important thing to rememb er is to have fun and stay safe.

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At The Theatre

NEWMARKET | For more information, please contact the Town of Newmarket

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Monday, August 22 - St. Nicholas School (480 Keith Avenue) Wednesday, August 24 - St. John Chrysostom School (800 Joe Persechini Drive)   Friday, August 26 - Maple Leaf Public School (155 Longford Drive) Monday, August 29 - George Richardson Micro fields (B yview Parkway) Wednesday, August 31 - Audrie Sanderson Park (McBean Avenue) 

August 4, Fairy Lake Park, “The Flailing Shilaleighs” (Celtic, East Coast & Irish) August 7, Newmarket Riverwalk Commons, “Newmarket Citizens’ Band” (Concert Band) August 11, Fairy Lake Park, “The Snyders” (Blues & Roots) August 14, Newmarket Riverwalk Commons, “Bianca Rollo” (Pop, Country & Rock) August 18, Fairy Lake Park “Aspiring Legends” (Country & Rock)​

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AURORA | For more information, please visit www.aurora.ca Concerts in the Park

August 3, 2016 - After Hours Big Band August 10, 2016 - Carpet Frogs August 17, 2016 - Gypsy Kings Tribute August 24, 2016 - Desire: Tribute to U2

August 4, 2016 - The Divergent Series: Allegiant August 11, 2016 - Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice August 18, 2016 - Kung Fu Panda 3 August 25, 2016 - ​Inside Out

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KIDS’ FALL REGISTRATION INFO EDUCATION Armitage Village Nursery School. 905-898-3708 Aurora Montessori School. 905-841-0065 Atscott Pre-School Academy. 905-953-KIDS (5437) CGMA Private School in Newmarket. 905-898-6257 The Magic Kingdom Learning Centre. 905-895-7862 St. Andrews College. 905-727-3178 DANCE STUDIOS Northern Lights Dance Studio, Aurora. 905-713-0555 CDA Dance Academy, Newmarket. 905-836-8040 Vision Dance Academy Inc. 905-836-0877 York Dance Academy. 905-726-1241 or 1-866-431-YORK Jaymor School of Dance, Aurora. 905-727-5494 Sue’s Dance Centre, Newmarket. 905-895-7469 GYMNASTICS Kids Supergym, Aurora. 905-841-5437 The Tumble Tot Co. and Tornados Gymnastics, Newmarket. 905-836-6401 Genesis Gymnastics, Bradford. 905-775-4961

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MARTIAL ARTS Newmarket Tae Kwon-Do School. www.newmarkettaekwondoschool.com Brad Jones Karate, Newmarket. 905-895-9636 Northern Karate Schools. 905-726-8886 MUSIC & THE ARTS Great Big Theatre Company. 1-866-864-4282 Harmonic Melodies Music Inc., Newmarket. 905-836-8261 Newmarket School of Fine Art. 905-836-1231 The Piano Studio. 905-895-1844, 905-727-5582 Elva Piano Studio. 905-726-9174 ATHLETICS Big Top Circus has programs for the adventurous at heart! Call 905-898-0699 Bryst International Inc (Soccer). 1-866-898-8141 Harrogate Hills Riding School. 905-473-3847 Newmarket Soccer Club. 905-836-8761 Newmarket Stingers Minor Soft Ball Association. 289-206-1557 Of Rock and Chalk. 905-895-7625 IEM Basketball. 905-836-6195 Pause Awhile Equestrian Centre, Stouffvill . 905-640-7232 YNBA Basketball. 905-853-9102

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Recipe of the Month (NC) —

Thai Flank Steak Kebobs

Ingredients: • 1/2 cup u weetened coconut milk • 1/4 cup peanut buer • 2 tbsp hot Chinese chili sauce • 1 tbsp ginger, finely g ated • 1 lime • 1 1/2 tsp anulated sugar • 1 1/2 tsp fish s e • 1/2 tsp ound turmeric • 1 flank s eak, about 1 1/4 l • 1/2 smalled onion • 1 red pepper • Salt, preferably kosher, to taste • Thai basil, coriander leaves or chopped mint for garnish • 2 tbsp peanuts, coarsely chopped Directions: 1. In a shallow dish, combine coconut milk, peanut butter, chili sauce and ginger. Finely grate peel of 1 lime and add to dish along with lime juice, sugar, fish sau e and turmeric. Whisk until combined. 2. Thinly slice steak against the grain into strips about ¼- to ½-inch thick. Place in marinade and stir to coat. Cover, stirring occasionally, and refrigerate for at least 4 hours or overnight.

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3. Oil grill and preheat barbecue to medium-high heat. Slice onion into thin wedges and cut red pepper into bite-size pieces. Place meat, onion and red pepper onto kebob skewers. Sprinkle with salt. Grill for 5 minutes, turning frequently, until meat is just cooked through and vegetables are tender. Serve garnished with herbs and peanuts. Additional recipes can be found at www.peanutbureau.ca.| www.newscanada.com

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By: Carmina Pereira You will need: • Pint sized mason jars • Miniature sea life figu es • Assorted plastic aquarium plants • Aquarium gravel • Glitter • Water (distilled or fil ered water is a little less cloudy) • Blue food colouring What to Do: 1. First, place the plant in the jar and add an inch or so of gravel. Add 1/2 teaspoon of glitter.   2. Fill a large glass with water and add 1 drop of blue food colouring.  You don’t want the water to be too blue, so it’s better to get the colour you want fi st and then pour the water into the jar. 3. Drop in two sea animals of your choice and then pour the water in the jar carefully until it reaches the lower rim.  Screw the lid on tightly. Shake gently and watch the glitter swirl around.

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