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This Month IN HISTORY Speech and Hearing Awareness Month How many times have parents asked their kids to ‘turn down’ the music? And how many times did those very parents hear the same thing from their parents growing up? Every great song on the radio, every concert, every action movie we have ever heard has stuck with us in more than just one way. I know you can read this message, but are you hearing it?    We all take our hearing for granted. In fact, one in four Canadians has experienced some sort of hearing loss. What’s more, one in fi e Canadian youths has signs of hearing loss. In order to make themselves heard, Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists spend the month of May bringing awareness to the professions that deal with issues surrounding speech, language, and hearing disorders.  Speech and Hearing Awareness has b een celeb rated during the month of May across North America since 1927. The annual event celeb rates those who work with patients who suffer from speech, language and hearing problems daily.  Speech-language pathologists work with Canadians of all ages and assist them with speech delays and disorders. This includes articulation and motor speech challenges. They also help children with pre-literacy and literacy skills including reading comprehension and writing. Speech pathologists are an integral part of treating communication disorders including hearing

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INFO Pages

May 2016

ORTA Hike 9:30am, Aurora - Sheppard’s Bush

_____May 5th & May 19th___________

12+. Tickets $10/person can b e purchased

East Gwillimbury Public Library Here is an

(Industry St.) 6km; 2.5hrs; South to the new

Free French Language Conversation Group

at the Museum. Presented as a fundraiser

example of some of the programs b eing

section at Bayview. Bring drinks and a snack.

This group welcomes adults (from franco-

b y the Friends of the Museum. For more

offered at your lib rary: May the 4th Be

Leashed dogs welcome. Lunch option after.

phones to b eginners) looking to put their

info, please call 905-953-5314 or email:

With You, Technology Unb oxing Party,

Meet at C.A. lot off Mary St. Stan, hike day cell

French language CONVERSATION skills

elmanmuseum@rogers.com. The Museum

Teaching Your Kids Ab out Money, Are

416-770-7550. www.oakridgestrail.org

into action. 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Tim Hor-

is located at 134 Main St. S., Newmarket.

You Online & OK?, Sing & Sign, Read &

ton’s, 17310 Yonge St. (just north of the York

Play. Visit your b ranch or web site to see

_____Tuesday, May 3rd_____________

Region Administrative Centre, west side).

Community Cleanup & Fun Day Newmarket

the many programs we have to offer in-

Stop Motion Animation Studio

Web: http://bit.ly/partagez_conversation

Recreation Youth Centre & Sk8 Park (56 Charles

cluding Children Storytimes & Children’s

Join us at Aurora Pub lic Lib rary & learn how

Email: Partagez.York@yahoo.ca.

Street). Cleanup is from 9am to noon. Registration

Activities, Teens & Tweens & Adult Pro-

easy it is to create your very own short fil

grams. Holland Landing Branch, 19513

using stop motion technology. Participants will

_____Friday, May 6th_________________

Supplies for the cleanup are provided. Volunteers

Yonge St. 905-836-6492 & Mount Albert

become set designers, script writers & direc-

Job Search Strategies Join us at Aurora Public

are encouraged to stay & take part in Fun Day

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

tors. All props & materials will be provided.

Lib rary for an information session with RNC

from 11am to 4pm.

See more details at www.egpl.ca

Ages 8-11. Aurora Public Library, 4-5:30pm.

Employment Services. Get insider tips on how

www.aurorapl.ca

to spruce up your resume, start your job search

“May” I Have This Dance An evening of dan-

& prepare for interviews. 9:45 – 11:30am.

cing to rock & roll, rhythm & blues, & country

www.aurorapl.ca

music conducted b y professional disc jock-

_____Sunday, May 1st______________

is at 8:30am. Enjoy a coffee b efore heading off.

Hike 4 Hospice (Doane House Hospice)

_____May 3rd, 12th & May 26th_______

Registration Fee: $25 includes BBQ, entertain-

Healthy Brain Series Hosted b y Revera –

ment, refreshments, yoga & mini massage.

The Renoir. The experts from the Alzheimer’s

ORTA Hike 9:30am, Newmarket - Jokers Hill

United Church, 66 Barrie Street in Bradford.

Register at 9:45am for start time at 11am. Lo-

Society of York Region will enlighten us on

(Bathurst St). 10km; Moderate; 2.5hrs; Loop on

Tickets $20/person & obtained by those who

cation: Fairy Lake, Water St., Newmarket (Gaz-

dementia and how to manage b ehaviours.

forested trails of Jokers’ Hill and Thornton Bales

are age 19+ in advance by calling the Church at

ebo). Register online at

Each session will cover a different topic

CA. Some steep hills (99 steps). Bring snacks

905-775-7268 or at the door on the night of the

www.chpca.convio.net/DoaneHouseHospice

related to Brain Health. May 3rd 2-3pm.

and drinks. Meet at road side parking on dead-

dance. The event is a fund-raiser to support

or call 905-967-0259.

May 12th 7-8pm and May 26 4-5pm.

end street west of Bathurst, 1.3 km north of Mu-

Bradford United Church & its charities.

Call: 905-853-6400 to reserve your spot.

lock Dr. north of town houses. John hike day cell

www.reveraliving.com

289-500-2212. www.oakridgestrail.org

ada’s premiere piano duos who challenge the

_____Wednesday, May 4th__________

_____Saturday, May 7th______________

scenic property, is hosting an Open House

traditional boundaries of four-hands piano-play-

Greener Home & Garden Seminars Easy

ORTA Hike 9:30am, King - Happy Valley

to the public. 10am - 2pm. EG Mayor V.

ing, appearing at the Newmarket Theatre at

Gardening: High Style, Low Maintenance.

(Weston & 16th Sdrd). 9km; Moderate; 2.5hrs;

Hackson will b e Opening the Ceremon-

2pm. For tickets call 905-953-5122.

7-8:30pm. Vellore Village Community Cen-

Hike on pleasant forest trails in Humber Source

ies. Tours, Learn How to Fly Fish, Pet a Fish

tre, 1 Villa Royale Ave, Vaughan. Learn how

Woods and Love Mountain. No dogs please.

for Kids, Canadian Fly Fishing Team Demo,

ENCORE! Presents... A choral concert

to choose the b est plants, follow healthy gar-

Meet at roadside northeast corner of Weston

West Hill Casting, Scavenger Hunts &

“Together Wherever We Go” at 3pm. Shar-

den practices & incorporate design elements

Rd & 16th Sdrd. GPS: 43.954224, -79.586575

more! Reservations required at 905-473-

on-Hope United Church, 18648 Leslie St.,

that make your garden easier to maintain.

Peter

1469, ext. 305 or juliep@thefranklinclub .ca.

Sharon. Tickets in advance from choir mem-

Sign up at www.york.ca/seminars, contact en-

www.oakridgestrail.org

bers or at the door: $18/adults, $15/seniors

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

FUNG-CHIU Piano Duo Visual & Performing

ey, Paul Rogers of TnT DJ Services. Bradford

Arts Newmarket (VPAN) presents one of Can-

The Franklin Club A private fishing club located in Mt. Alb ert on 200 acres of

& students.

hike

day

cell

905-967-3004.

For

more

detailed

information

visit

www.thefranklinclub.ca

Annual Community Tree Planting Event ORTA Hike 9:30am, Caledon - Forks of the

(rain or shine) 10am to noon. Bring the whole

Christ Church-Plant & Yard Sale Plant &

Oak Ridges Moraine Land Trust Annual

Credit. 17km; Moderate to fast; 4hrs.; Scenic,

family to the Aurora CommunityArb oretum

Yard Sale, 110 Peter St Holland Landing. 9am

General Meeting 1pm. All are welcome to join

hilly, Devils Pulpit. Bring drinks/snacks/lunch.

& plant a tree. Please wear appropriate cloth-

to noon. Refreshments & Bake Tab les. Info:

us to explore the beautiful new Bill Fisch Forest

From Hurontario St (Rd #10), west on Forks of

ing, sturdy shoes & work gloves. Please see

905-836-7360.

Stewardship Education Centre in the Hollidge

the Credit Rd (Rd 11) for 4.5 km. park roadside,

our website for location & more information.

Tract of the York Region Forest on Hwy 48. Fol-

north side, east of Dominion. Garry, hike day

www.auroraarboretum.ca

lowing the celebration we will also host a hike

cell 905-809-5138. www.oakridgestrail.org

in the forest. Free b ut registration is required

Dove Self-Esteem Workshop WhitchurchStouffville Museum & Community Cen-

York Region Community Choir - Spring

tre. This FREE workshop is designed for

by calling Lissa at 905-853-3171 x30 or email

What it Means to be an Active Investor

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

b oth b oys & girls & their mentors. It ad-

landtrust@oakridgesmoraine.org

Aurora Pub lic Lib rary. Money Talks Series.

Trinity Anglican Church, 79 Victoria Street,

dresses key issues for youth ages 8-12

7pm. Magna Room. FREE informal month-

Aurora (a scent-free environment). Please

including self-esteem, empowerment &

ly discussion/education group, to share un

join us as we celeb rate our love of singing

social media awareness. 10am to 12pm.

_____Monday, May 2nd_____________

b iased knowledge in economics & financia

& song with a variety of old & soon-to-b e-

Stay after the workshop to tour the Mu-

Southlake Cinemania Presents MUSTANG –

planning. Pre-register at the lib rary Adult

come new favourites. Further information at

seum. Pre-registration is required. Visit

2016 Oscar nominee & Cannes Winner about

Information Desk: 905-727-9494, ext. 275.

www.yorkregioncommunitychoir.org. Tickets:

www.townofws.ca/museum for details!

5 sisters living in a Turkish village. Tickets only

info@library.aurora.on.ca

2 for $25 or 1 for $15 if bought in advance &

$10. www.southlakecinemania.com

$15 per ticket at the door. For tickets, contact

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

905-235-4574.

_____Sunday, May 8th______________ Unity of Newmarket Sunday Service –

Aurora Pub lic Lib rary Author Event: Alissa

Pangman Springs. 8km; Slowish; 2.5hrs.; Meet

York, award-winning author of novels Fauna,

in the YRF lot west side of Kennedy .5k north

Mother’s Day Tea at The Elman W. Camp-

Park Avenue. “HONOURING THE DIVINE

Effig and Mercy will read from & discuss her

from Aurora Rd. Cornelius, hike day cell 905-

b ell Museum Two sittings: 1-2pm or 2:30-

MOTHER WITHIN” Info: 905-830-0331,

new novel, The Naturalist. 7pm. Reserve your

717-7641. www.oakridgestrail.org

3:30pm. A variety of teas, old-fashioned

416-627-2380. www.unitynewmarket.com

free ticket online at www.aurorapl.ca

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

sandwiches & sweets. Suitab le for ages

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Amnesty International Meeting Amnesty

to the live music of POGO RODEO fea-

Church (Aurora), 79 Victoria St. Tickets at

Southlake Cinemania Presents EMBRACE

International writes letters on current human

turing Tyler Stewart of BNL & NHS grads,

the door: $20/$15 (seniors, students).

OF THE SERPENT – 2016 Oscar nominee

rights issues. Meeting at Trinity Anglican

Derek & Duncan Swain & Tom Gib son.

& Cannes Winner. A visionary adventure

Church (in The Rectory b uilding, b ehind the

7:30pm – 1am. Newmarket Community

_____Sunday, May 15th_______________

epic set in the Amazon. Tickets only $10.

church), 79 Victoria St., Aurora. All welcome.

Centre, 200 Doug Duncan Drive, New-

Newmarket Lioness Club Annual Fashion Show

www.southlakecinemania.com

7:30-9pm. Information: 905-713-6713.

market. Tickets are $30. If you require

& Luncheon. Tickets $13. Doors open at 11:30am.

more information please contact us at

Newmarket Community Center & Lions Hall. FashionsforthewholefamilybySearsNewmarket.

_____Tuesday, May 10th_______________

_____Friday, May 13th________________

cushionfund@gmail.com

York-Simcoe Naturalists Meetings start at

Calling All Writers! The Writers’ Community

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

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

of York Region will be holding their next meet-

Community Centre, East Gwillimb ury. May’s

ing at the Newmarket Community Centre at

Exhibit Opening: Nora’s Suitcase Hillary House

call Lioness Karen Jackson at 1-905-476-6871.

Meeting welcomes guest Sue Flinders-Adams,

200 Doug Duncan Drive from 6:30-9:30pm.

National Historic Site, 10am to 4pm. Nora

Proceeds to Newmarket Lioness Club

Master Gardener & Retired Teacher speaking

We are thrilled to welcome award winning

Hillary was an enthusiastic world traveller;

Community Betterment.

on the Rehabilitation of a Hairy Woodpecker.

author, Andrew Pyper to facilitate this exciting

this exhibit follows her travels & the changes

New Memb ers always welcome. Questions?

workshop. This is an event you don’t want

in travel throughout the twentieth century. For

Keynotes Seniors’ Choir Presents a concert,

Contact Us: www.ysnaturalists.com

to miss. For info please visit our web site at

more information contact 905-727-8991

Songs for Spring. At 3pm at Newmarket Sen-

or email: ysn.naturalists@gmail.com

wcyork.ca

or erika.mazanik@aurorahs.com or visit

iors’ Meeting Place. Free will offering followed

www.aurorahs.com

by refreshments.

or b y

calling

Lunch 12:30pm. Fashion Show 1:30pm. Silent Auction. For tickets or more information please for

_____Wednesday, May 11th____________

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

PROBUS Club of Aurora Monthly meeting

(McCowan Rd). 10km; Fast; 2hrs.; Meet at 17858

Hillary

Site

ORTA Hike 1:30pm, King - Happy Valley

from 10am to 12noon at the Royal Canadian

McCowan Rd at lot on west side 1.3 km north

Open Hours Hillary House will b e open for

(Weston & 16th Sdrd). 7km; Moderate; 2+hrs.;

Legion, 105 Industrial Parkway North. The

of Davis Dr. GPS: 44.101330 , -79.338555 Russ

tours Wednesday to Saturday from 10am

Love Mountain and Humber Source Woods.

speaker will b e Sara Farhan & her topic will

905-830-2862.www.oakridgestrail.org

to 4pm. For more details please contact

Well behaved dogs welcome. Meet roadside

905-727-8991 or community@aurorahs.com

northeast corner of Weston Rd & 16th Sdrd.

b e political & social history of modern Iraq.

House

National

Historic

For more information call Program Chair Cliff

_____Saturday, May 14th_____________

White at 905-841-2421. New members wel-

Dinner Theatre for BridgeNorth Free

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

dinner & entertainment all hosted b y the

Greener Home & Garden Seminars Create

more information.

high school students of Newmarket Alli-

a Paradise for Pollinators: 3 Easy Steps. 10-

_____Monday, May 16th_______________

or visit our website at www.aurorahs.com

Marianne hike day cell 416- 409-1980. www.oakridgestrail.org

ance Church, 1140 Gorham St., Newmar-

11:30am. Pathways to Perennials, 4681 Lloyd-

Film Screening @ Nature’s Emporium 7pm.

Hmmm…Silver & Chocolate Bethel Christian

ket. 6:30pm. BridgeNorth is a community

town-Aurora Road, King. Learn how to group

Tix $10-12. THAT SUGAR FILM is one man’s

Reformed Church, 333 Davis Drive, Newmar-

organization b ased in York Region that is

plants to make the most of the conditions in

journey to discover the bitter truth about sugar.

ket. 9:15-11:15am. Enjoy a Morning Out for

dedicated to helping commercially sexually

your yard. Sign up at www.york.ca/seminars,

Damon Gameau embarks on a unique experi-

just $6. (fi st-timers $4). Babysitting Provided

exploited women & children build the healthy

contact environment@york.ca or call at

ment to document the effects of a high sugar

Upon Request. Feature: Margarita Mamas

lives that they want to live. Visit our site at:

1-888-967-5426.

diet on a healthy body, consuming only foods

Silver Jewellery. Speaker: Sonja Pretorius,

www.bridgenorth.org

Queensville. “Life is Like a Box of Chocolates”.

INFO Pages

_____Monday, May 9th________________

that are commonly perceived as “healthy”.

York Chamber Ensemble “Back to Bach” with

Tix: www.thesugarfilm eventb rite/ca or call 905-898-8098.

Presented by Newmarket Christian Women’s

KC’s Cancer Cushion Fund’s 10th Annual

Trinity Festival Chorus & Tapestry Chamb er

Connection in Association with RSVP Minis-

Pub Nite & Silent Auction Bid on the work of

Choir. Magnificat, Suite No. 3, Ich habe genung,

tries. For reservation please call Marietta at

local artisans at our silent auction, dance

Komn Jesu komn. 7:30pm. Trinity Anglican

905-895-9312.

ORTA Hike 9:30am, W-S - Whitchurch CA. (Aurora Rd.) 6+km; Slow; 2+hrs; Meeting in the parking lot on south side of Aurora Rd. 1.1km. west from Kennedy Rd. Cornelius hike day cell 905-717-7641. www.oakridgestrail.org

ORTA Hike 9:30am, Bruce Trail - Hockley Valley (Hockley Rd). 17+km; Moderate to fast; 4.5+hrs; T&B hike on Bruce Trail in Hockley Valley with side trails. Quite hilly thru forest. Take Airport Rd 7k north of Hwy 9, then west 6k on Hockley Rd to meet at Bruce Trail lot on north side. Bob, hike day cell 905-960-0543. www.oakridgestrail.org

_____Thursday, May 12th_____________ TLC – The Life Centre – Annual Banquet Cardinal Golf Club , 2740 Davis Dr. W., King. 6:30pm. Tickets $65.00 – 10 per tab le. Personal Testimonies. Dinner & Live Dessert Auction. Contact Jackie@tlcthelifecentre.ca 905-836-5433.

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INFO Pages

CNIB Technology & Information Fair Elgin

Mental Health & become the agent of change

13th Annual Perennials Plus Sale Bradford

Sharon from 9am to 12noon. Baking & peren-

West Community Centre, 11099 Bathurst St.,

in your life! The Learning Disab ilities Associ-

United Church. 8am to 12pm. 66 Barrie Street,

nials will also be on sale.

Richmond Hill. 1-4pm. For more information

ation of York Region. Call: 905-884-7933 ext.

in Bradford, telephone 905-775-7268. Plenty

please contact the CNIB at 905-898-6413

23 or email: info@ldayr.org

of peonies, iris, lilies, rhub arb , hostas, ground

ext. 5209 or rosie.zampese@cnib.ca. Free for

United b y Trauma – 4th Annual I Run &

covers & many more perennials, as well as an-

Rock To be held at the Ray Twinney Complex in

all to attend!

Living History: Newmarket Women in the

nuals. Join us for many bargain for your home

Newmarket to raise money for service dogs for

Second World War Newmarket Historical So-

or cottage garden!

First Responders & Veterans suffering with PTSD

Dragonflies, Butterflies & Moths Oh

ciety. Our own Erin Cerenzia, MA, will talk to us

(Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). There will be a

My! Aurora Pub lic Lib rary. 7pm. Come &

about her specialty, World War II, & specificall

_____Sunday, May 22nd______________

1km, 5km, & 10km run/walk through the subdiv-

learn ab out some of the most interesting

women’s contributions. She hopes to feature

Unity of Newmarket Sunday Service –

ision as well as a Motorcycle Poker Ride, concert,

things with wings in Aurora! Workshop

NHS memb ers ab out their experiences &

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

education area, kids area, emergency vehicles,

is free b ut registration is required. Please

those of their families. 7:30pm. at Lions Hall,

Park Avenue. “RELEASING THE IMPRIS-

food vendors & more. Registration: 9am.

call Lissa at 905-853-3171 x30 or email:

Community Centre, Riverwalk Commons.

ONED SPLENDOUR” releasing the real

Start time: 10:15am. For more info visit:

landtrust@oakridgesmoraine.org

you!

Sew Crazy Learn basic sewing skills or practice

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

www.irunandrock.ca/ or http://ubyt.ca

www.unitynewmarket.com

Car ‘Boot’ (Trunk) Sale Fundraiser Shar-

ORTA Hike 9:30am, King - Seneca King

more advanced ones at Aurora Public Library.

Campus/Mary Lake (Keele St.) 7km; Slow;

We’ll have supplies for your project plus excit-

Moonlight

2.5hrs; Past Mary Lake to Pine Farms and

ing extras! Please register at www.aurorapl.ca

walk

around orchard. Blossom time? Break for cof-

4-5pm. Ages 7-11 years.

lawn chair or b lanket. For more info visit

spscarbootsale@hotmail.com

fee & retrace steps to Keele. Leashed dogs welcome. Optional lunch at Pine Farms. Meet

_____Thursday, May 19th__________

roadside on Keele, 3k north of King Rd at

Prostate Cancer Canada Network - Newmar-

ORTA sign. Stan, hike day cell 416-770-7550.

ket Support Group Meeting Newmarket Sen-

www.oakridgestrail.org

Movie

River-

on Pub lic School - 8am to 1pm. Stardust

Duncan

Newmarket Drive In Theatre, Mount Al-

Drive). At dusk (approx. 8:45pm.) Bring a

b ert Road, Sharon. Reserve your spot at

Commons

Newmarket

(200

Doug

www.newmarket.ca/events.

East

Gwillim b ury

Gardeners

Annual

_____Monday, May 23rd___________

Spring Plant & Bake Sale 10am to noon.

iors Meeting Place, 474 Davis Drive, Newmar-

ORTA Hike 9:30am, RH - Elgin Mills Greenway

Good Variety of donated plants, Junior

ket. Meet & greet at 6:30pm. & meeting 7 to

(Elgin West CC). 4.5km; Slow; 1.5hrs.; Victoria

Gardeners tab le & delicious home b aked

ORTA Hike 9:30am, RHill - Oak Ridges Corri-

9pm. Our May meeting will have a presentation

Day Family Hike - suitable for larger wheeled

treats. For more information call 905 853-

dor - (Old Colony Rd.) 7+km; Moderate; 2hrs.;

from Dr. Gagovski of the Cancer Immunother-

strollers. Leashed dogs only. Meet in the south

7126 or email us at eggardeners@gmail.

Trillium hike. Leashed dogs welcome. Meet in

apy Centre in Toronto. Everyone is welcome.

lot of Elgin West CC, 11099 Bathurst St, north of

com or visit us on our Faceb ook page at

lot on south side of Old Colony Rd. .5k west

Contact Phone Numb er: 905-895-1975.

Elgin Mills Stan, hike day cell 416-770-7550.

www.facebook.com/eastgwillimburygardeners

of Bayview. Malcolm, hike day cell 416-333-

www.newmarketprostatecancer.com.

www.oakridgestrail.org

ORTA Hike 7:00pm, W-S - ORTA Event - Bal-

_____Thursday, May 26th______________

great way to do some spring cleaning, make some

_____Tuesday, May 17th____________

lantrae Community Centre. Discovery Night.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of York Please

extra money (or donate it?) and join in a fantastic

EAST

GARDENERS/

Speaker TBA. Check web site and online Trail

join us for our Golf for Kids Sake Tourna-

community initiative! Sign up today or come out

East Gwillimb ury Garden & Horticultural

Talk closer to the event. Meet in Community

ment for Big Brothers Big Sisters of York at

to shop! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 8am-12pm (set

Society Join us at 7:30pm, at the Mt. Albert

Centre, on north side of Aurora Road, 1Km east

Emerald Hills Golf & Country Club . Com-

up starts at 7:00am). Regional Parking Lot at the

Community Centre, 53 Main Street, Mt. Al-

from Hwy #48. GPS: 44.040733, - 79.286552.

petitions, trophies, live auctions, raffles &

corner of Yonge and Eagle Street in Newmarket.

bert: The evening speaker will be Sean James

www.oakridgestrail.com

more! For more information, please email to:

This is a “Rain or Shine” event. No commercial

Suzanne.Boucher@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca

vendors please! Bring your own table, only $10

8th Annual Community Garage Sale!!! A

1440. www.oakridgestrail.org

GWILLIMBURY

& his talk is called B4Gardening: Attracting Pollinators to your Garden. May will b e

_____Friday, May 20th________________

the fi st Flower Show of the Season. Junior

ORTA Hike 9:30am, E G - YRF Bendor

Gardeners meet at 7pm. All welcome.

per spot. All items sold must be used.

_____Friday, May 27th________________

Lug

& Graves (Kennedy Rd). 10km; Moder-

ORTA Hike 9:30am, King - Happy Valley

The Merchant of Venice The best way to read

a mug. For more information call 905 853-

ate; 2.5hrs; A favourite hike! Loop on little

North (Conc. 7). 10km; Fast; 2hrs; Some hilly

Shakespeare’s Plays is aloud with friends! Hum-

7126 or email us at eggardeners@gmail.

used trails with some hills (one short

sections. Meet at the (dead end) on 7th. Conc.

ber River Shakespeare & the Newmarket Public

com or visit us on our Faceb ook page at

steep one). Explore two rarely used areas.

south of Pottageville from Lloydtown-Aurora

Library invite you to read every play Shakespeare

www.facebook.com/eastgwillimburygardeners

Please wear long pants due to poison ivy.

Rd. NOTE, this point can only b e accessed

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

Meet at the dead end of Kennedy, north of

by vehicles coming south on 7th. Conc. GPS:

always be free & open to the public. Hearing these

Newmarket Garden Club Meetings are held

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

43.967134, -79.616811. Russ, 905-830-2862.

plays read aloud will give you much more insight

on the 3rd Tuesday of the month except Au-

www.oakridgestrail.org

www.oakidgestrail.org

into the depth of Shakespeare’s works. Newmar-

_____Saturday, May 21st_____________

_____May 27th & May 28th_____________

ket Public Library, 1-4pm. Info: 905-953-5110.

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

International Museum’s Day Whitchurch-

Giant Indoor Garage Sale Holy Cross Lu-

Spring Forest Festival – Celebrate Spring

“Chew or Show” (Edib le Flowers) with Koidu

Stouffville Museum & Community Cen-

theran Church: 1035 Wayne Dr., Newmarket

10am to 3pm. Hollidge Tract, 16389 Hwy 48,

Sulev. Memb ers enjoy our annual summer

tre. Celeb rate International Museum’s

(1 block N of Davis, 1 block E of Leslie, across

Whitchurch-Stouffville. Listen to spring b ird

Garden Tour, Bus Trip, & Novemb er Potluck

Day with FREE admission to the museum.

from Colortown Plaza). Friday, May 27: 1-7pm.

calls, learn how tree planting transforms a

Dinner. New memb ers & guests are always

Explore the log cab in, heritage school-

Saturday, May 28: 8am-1pm. For more info, call

desert landscape in a forest or try a guided

welcome! Visit www.gardenewmarket.ca

house, Victorian farmhouse, commun-

Rose at 905-895-5415.

walk! Registration recommended for this walk at York.ca/forestevents or by phone at

ity centre & more as you learn what

_____Wednesday, May 18th____________

your museum has to offer! 12-4pm.

_____Saturday, May 28th__________

Young Adult Forum Join the LDAYR’s month-

Visit www.townofws.ca/museum

Annual Yard Sale The Anglican Church

ly Young Adult Forum for those b etween the

for details!

Women of St. James the Apostle are hosting

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

their annual Yard Sale at 18794 Leslie Street,

Clarke Tract (McCowan Rd). 9km; Moder-

ages of 19 to 25. Expand your understanding of

1-877-464-9675.

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Whitchurch-Stouffville. Hiking can b e fun &

_____Sunday, June 12th_______________

loops in Dainty, Clarke and Patterson Tracts.

enjoyab le for the whole family. Learn how

UnityofNewmarketSunday Service – 10:30am

Centre New courses starting in Shotokan Karate, Jiu

Meet at Dainty lot on west side of McCow-

to b e safe & stay comfortab le while walk-

at Newmarket Public Library, 438 Park Avenue. “IM-

Jitsu, Judo, Aikido, Fitness Kickb oxing, Yoga & Zen

an, south of Aurora Rd. Peter, hike day cell

ing in the forest. Registration required at

AGINATION – THE EYES OF THE MIND” - How far

meditation. 244 Main St. S., Newmarket. Please

905-967-3004. www.oakridgestrail.org

www.York.ca/forestevents or b y phone at

can you see? Info: 905-830-0331, 416-627-2380.

call 905-895-9636 for further information.

1-877-464-9675. Children under 16 years of

www.unitynewmarket.com

www.bradjoneskarate.com

_____Sunday, May 29th______________

Brad Jones Shotokan Karate-Do & Fitness

age must be accompanied by an adult.

York Pines United Church Long-lost friends

ORTA Hike 1:30pm, King - Seneca King Cam-

York Singles Club If you are over 50 &

& new-coming seekers are invited to attend

YARD SALE 8am to 12 Noon Christ Luther-

pus/Mary Lake (Keele St.) 7+km; Moderate;

single, why not join the YORK SINGLES CLUB.

the 50th anniversary worship service of the

an’s Church Annual Yard Sale, 7 Lacey Crt.,

2+hrs; From Keele St. to Seneca and hike

Activities include sports, cards, games, parties,

York Pines United Church. The speaker for the

Aurora (Wellington St W to McLeod to Lacey

around beautiful trails. Meet roadside on Keele,

dinners, movies, theatre, & pub nights. Join us

service is Mardi Tindal, past moderator of the

Crt). Household Items, Seasonal Items, Books,

north of King Road at ORTA trail sign. GPS:

at a New Member Information Session at the

United Church & a York Region native. It will

Clothing, Children’s Items, Plant Clippings and

4. Marianne, hike day cell 416- 409-1980.

Royal Canadian Legion, 233 Centre Street

be worth the drive to 3150 Lloydtown/Aurora

Bake Table. For more information, please call

www.oakridgestrail.org

E., Richmond Hill, 7pm on the last Thursday

Road, Kettleb y from wherever you are. The

905-727-3311.

Ongoing May 2016

of the month, or contact us at:

service begins at 10:30am – plan to arrive early.

info@

yorksingles.com

After worship there will be a stand-up recep-

_____Wednesday, June 8th___________

tion in the church hall so that people can visit

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

your life? Unable to move through a situation,

Ride Don’t Hide Bike-a-thon

& reminisce. For more information please call

Clarke Tract (McCowan Rd). 15+km; Fast;

find a solution, improve a relationship, release

At Upper Canada Mall on June 26th. This

the church office at 905-727-8118 or email:

4hrs; 2016 Sideways trek on fi e b lue trails.

your fears & anxiety, enjoy life? Psychotherapy

ride b enefits the Canadian Mental Health

office.ypuc@rogers.com

Meet at Dainty lot west side of McCowan,

can provide a safe space for support & insight.

Association York and South Simcoe. Three

south of Aurora Rd. Malcolm, hike day cell

Extended health benefits available. Patzia Gon-

family friendly routes as well as a 60km

416-333-1440. www.oakridgestrail.org

zalez, Registered Psychotherapist, CRPO.

route. For more info or to register visit

905-235-0547;

www.ridedonthide.com If you cannot attend

York Chamber Ensemble “Back to Bach” with

INFO Pages

ate; 2.5hrs; Hike on several side trails and

Trinity Festival Chorus & Tapestry Chamb er

Psychotherapy & EFT Do you feel stalled in

patziagb@hotmail.com;

Choir. Magnificat, Suite No. 3, Ich habe genung,

_____Saturday, June 11th_____________

Komn Jesu komn. 3pm. All Saints Anglican

ORTA Hike 7:00am, Adventure Relay - 160

(King City), 12935 Keele St. Tickets at the

Km from Gores Landing to King City. 160km;

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

door: $20/$15 (seniors, students).

16hrs; 10th annual ORTA Adventure Relay. All

Hup Ba Fa, Tao Yin. Preventative & tonic exercises

www.HealingHeartsCentre.com

but would like to make a donation, consider sponsoring Judy and Charlie Brunton b y emailing www.judybrunton.ca

day event. Come and cheer the relay teams

for bones & joints, breathing, repetitive strain, low-

Become a Volunteer Tutor This is an

Newmarket Garden Club – Plant Sale 1pm

of athletes as they race: paddling canoes, run-

er back. Join us for your weekly workout. All ages,

amazing opportunity for those who have

at the Newmarket Community Centre. Visit

ning and cycling over the Oak Ridges Trail. See

all levels. www.greentiger.ca. 905-853-9891.

a passion to work with children ages 5-14.

www.gardenewmarket.ca

http://oakridgestrail.org/adventure-relay for details.

_____Monday, May 30th______________

Become a part of our Tutor program! The

Anxious? Depressed? Emotionally Dis-

Learning Disab ilities Association of York

tressed? When someone has been stuck for a

Region. Call: 905-884-7933 ext. 24 or Email: volunteer@ldayr.org

ORTA Hike 9:30am, Aurora - Nokiidaa Trail

GranAurora Afternoon Tea and More Please

while, is anxious, or feeling emotionally off bal-

(Industrial Pky N). 7km; Slow; 2.5hrs; Wan-

join us for an Afternoon Tea from 2p.m. - 4p.m. at

ance, there is a need for knowledgeable support.

der thru Aurora Community Arboretum, then

St. Andrew’s Church, 32 Mosley Street, Aurora.

A psychotherapist can provide that support – a

The Keynotes Seniors’ ChoirMeeting

Nokiidaa Trail north to Mackenzie Wetland.

Tickets: $25.00. Please contact: Kate @ 905-

safe place where concerns can be understood

every Friday at 10am at the Seniors’ Centre on

Leashed dogs welcome. Bring drinks or snack.

726-4125 or Pat @ 905-830-4975. Browse

& worked through. For more information,

Davis Drive in Newmarket. If you enjoy singing,

Lunch option after. Meet at the south lot of the

our array of crafts, jewellery and toys. Prizes to

please call Luanne Jakobi, Registered Psycho-

please join us. New members welcome. Watch

Aurora Family Leisure Centre. Stan, hike day

be won! All proceeds go to the “Grandmothers

therapist, Clinical Memb er - Ontario Society

for upcoming concerts.

cell 416-770-7550. www.oakridgestrail.org

to Grandmothers Campaign”, Stephen Lewis

of Psychotherapists, 905-726-4341 or email

Foundation.

luanne_jakobi@hotmail.com

_____Friday, June 3rd_________________ Greener Home & Garden Seminars 20 Easy Plants. 12-1pm. Southlake Regional Health Centre, Medial Arts Building, 581 Davis Drive, Newmarket. Discover 20 easy plants anyone can grow. Registration is free but space is limited. Visit www.york.ca/seminars, or call at 1-888-967-5426 to sign up.

ORTA Hike 9:30am, W-S - YRF Dainty & Clarke Tract (McCowan Rd). 10km; Moderate; 2.5hrs.; Loop hike on Dainty Tract, then explore some Clarke Tract trails. Meet at Dainty lot on west side of McCowan, south of Aurora Rd. John, hike day cell 289-500-2212. www.oakridgestrail.org

_____Saturday, June 4th______________ Learn-to-Hike 10am to 12pm or 2-4pm. Porritt

Tract,

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Kennedy

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Vacation Bib le Camp Parents of children aged

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Who Else Wants To Get Rid Of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Without Surgery? If You’re Over 30 And Having Wrist or Hand Pain, You Must Read What These Studies Reveal About Carpal Tunnel Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects everything in your life. It’s difficult to sleep and painful to work. ou’re unable to enjoy life to its fullest. One female patient said it like this… “I dread going to bed, I dread sweeping, doing dishes…any kind of household chores I dread – because of the pain.” Do You Have Any Of These Symptoms? • Pins and needles in the hands • Pain in the wrists • Numbness or pain in the arms • Difficulty grabbing objects • Elbow pain If you suffer from any of the above, you may have a painful progressive condition called carpal tunnel syndrome. My name is Dr. Joshua Nikkanen, owner of Crossroads Chiropractic Clinic. I’ve seen hundreds of carpal tunnel sufferers leave my office pain-f ee in the past 13 years. Many patients tell me they wished they’d found me sooner. Suffering for years was agonizing for them. I want to let you know there is real hope…

You Have An Option Other Than Drugs And Surgery…One That Really Works Scientific studies have p oven that chiropractic is effective in helping carpal tunnel patients be pain-free. One study showed that with chiropractic care, patients had “significant imp ovement in perceived comfort and function, nerve conduction and finger sensation overall.” JMPT 1998 Another research study concluded… “Significant inc ease in grip strength and normalization of motor and sensory latencies were noted. Orthopedic tests were negative. Symptoms dissipated.” – JMPT 1994

Also, an often-overlooked cause of carpal tunnel Don’t let carpal tunnel pain hold you back from life’s greatest moments. Discover the natural symptoms can come from nerve roots near the way to be pain-free. spine. A study in the Lancet journal showed that up to 75% of carpal tunnel patients also had a nerve problem in their neck. Dr. Susan MacKinnon, professor of surgery at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, said the high failure rate of surgery has caused her to rethink the cause of carpal tunnel syndrome. She states even after surgery problems like neck stiffness and shoulder pain persist in patients.

Could This Be Your Solution To Carpal Tunnel Pain?

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Feel the Improvement – and Say “Yes” to Life Again With my evaluation we’ll be able to find the caus of your carpal tunnel and then correct it. Think of how you’ll feel in just a few short weeks.

If so, perhaps you should wait and try a natural approach. Surgery is invasive, takes time to recover, and many doctors agree it should only be used as a last resort. P.P.S. Nothing’s worse than feeling great mentally, but physically feeling held back from life because your wrists and hands hurt – and the pain just won’t go away!

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Youth BEAT Getting Active Outdoors By Samantha Forani, Graduate of McMaster University Despite the somewhat mild winter we had this year, I am sure it is safe to say that we are all excited for warm weather and summer days to come. Now it is time to make the most of our seasonal climate and get outside! There are so many things to do outdoors in the sunny weather and so many reasons why we should. According to a recent study, approximately 23 percent of youth aged 12-17 are either overweight or obese. While this can be caused by many factors, the major ones tend to be poor diet, sedentary lifestyle and lack of enough exercise. Forty years ago the main entertainment for youth of this age was to go outside and play sports or ride bikes. Now everyone wants to watch TV or play video games. However, the attraction to technology is not all bad. The latest trend in technology seems to b e gadgets like step counters or exercise apps that will allow you to track your physical activity and set goals for yourself. So let’s comb ine this with the warm weather and get active! Everyone likes setting and reaching their goals, even the small ones can make us feel like we’ve accomplished something. These new apps are a great

way to do that. By setting yourself a distance you want to walk in a day, you will b e more motivated to travel places b y foot instead of by car or bus. You can offer to help out your parents and walk the dog more often or walk down the street to get the mail. Every bit of exercise goes towards a healthier lifestyle. You can join the local soccer team or mayb e join a running team. Having other people who rely on you is a great motivator to stay active. Of course b eing active won’t solve everything. We need to make sure we are eating healthy too. And with hot temperatures come fresh fruit and vegetab les too! While I am sure most people just groaned when they read that, there are so many ways to make vegetab les and other unappealing foods fun to eat! Not a fan of salads? Google fun dressings you can make at home (for the spice lover there is a great Thai one with chili peppers). Not crazy about smoothies? They are actually a great and delicious way to get your fruit into your diet. Exercising and eating healthy are vital for so many reasons and with the arrival of warmer weather, it is a great time to start some healthy hab its. Exercising not only improves your physical health, but has actually been proven to have an impact on your overall mental state as well, leading to a healthier and happier lifestyle. So let’s all get out there and get some exercise and vitamin D while we’re at it!

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Recipe of the Month (NC) - Simple Pasta Bolognese

Ingredients: • 1 lb lean ground beef • 1 yellow onion, finely di ed • 1 carrot, peeled and finely di ed • 1 celery stalk, finely di ed • 1 tsp Club House Prepared Minced Garlic • 2 tbsp tomato paste • 1 can crushed tomatoes • 2 tsp Club House Basil Leaves • 1/2 cup whole milk • 1/2 cup water • 2 tbsp Thai Kitchen Fish Sauce • 2 tsp Club House Parsley Flakes • Club House Sea Salt Grinder and Club House Black Peppercorn Grinder, to taste

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Directions: 1. In a large saucepan over medium-high heat, cook ground beef until no longer pink, crumbling with a spoon. Remove beef from pan with a slotted spoon and set aside. 2. Add onion, carrot and celery. Cook until soft, about 5 minutes. Add garlic and cook for an additional 30 seconds. 3. Return beef to pan. Add tomato paste and stir well. Add crushed tomatoes, basil, milk and water. Bring mixture to a boil. Reduce heat to medium low, cover and simmer sauce for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. 4. Add fish sau e, parsley, salt and pepper. Stir well. Simmer for another 5 minutes. 5. Serve over cooked pasta with freshly grated parmesan. Explore more recipes at fl vour.ca. www.newscanada.com

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