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Are You Living With Sciatica Or Back Pain ...When There Is A Non-Invasive, Drugless Solution? Having back and sciatic pain is a miserable – even crippling – condition. You might not be able to play golf, work, or even sit in the car for a 30-minute drive. It’s almost impossible for anyone around you to understand how you feel. You can’t remember the last time you even had a restful night’s sleep. You may have a condition called “Sciatica” if you’re suffering from any of these annoying conditions. Sciatica is a compression of the sciatic nerve, usually by an L4 or L5 disc herniations. Nothing’s worse than feeling great mentally, but physically feeling held back from life because your back or sciatica hurts and the pain just won’t go away!

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over 300km of moraine trail! ORTA offers guided

Newmarket Knitters. 7-8:30pm. Join the

438 Park Ave. 10th: “A CALL TO PRAYER”

YORK HARMONY CHORUS FREE 7-WEEK

hikes of all difficulties & lengths, weekdays &

Library’s knitting circle. Learn the fundamentals

- “Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for

MUSICAL TRAINING PROGRAM

weekends. Some are targeted at families; others

of knitting. Work on a project on your own or

in prayer, believe that you have it & it will be

If you are a woman who lives to sing, come

are oriented towards adults while others have

with fellow knitters. All skill sets welcome. Ages

yours.” (Mark 11:24). 24th: “PROSPEROUS

out & experience the art of 4-part a cappella

a strong nature focus. Hike schedules & related

16 & up. Visit www.newmarketpl.ca

LIVING” – “The flow of prosperity starts

harmony! Join York Harmony Chorus for our

from within us; it has its beginning in ideas.”

FREE 7-week musical training program. All

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

(Martha Smock). Info: 416-627-2380, 905-830-

singers welcome. 7pm. 18648 Leslie St, Sharon,

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL AT THE

0331, www.unitynewmarket.com

(Sharon-Hope United Church). Email us at

information can be found under the ‘Hiking’ tab at www.oakridgestrail.org NEWMARKET PUBLIC LIBRARY Maker

AURORA FARMERS MARKET (TOWN

Hub Open Hours. Visit the Maker Hub when

PARK) Amnesty’s Aurora-Newmarket Group

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

staff are present to answer questions, help with

will be present at the Aurora Farmers Market.

TOASTMASTERS SHOWCASE MEETING

projects or just introduce you to the technology

8am-1pm. Drop by & find out more about how

The Aurora Northern Lights Club invites

YORK-SIMCOE NATURALISTS Free Public

& classes available. Tuesdays 9:30am to 12pm.

Amnesty International helps ordinary people stand

you to join us for a special SHOWCASE

Lectures. “The Work of the Invasive Species

Wednesdays 6 to 9pm. Thursdays 1-5pm.

up against human rights abuses around the world.

MEETING to experience how Toastmasters

Council”. Speaker Collin Cassin – Invasive

Fridays 9:30am to 1pm. Saturdays 1 to 5pm.

Our group meets monthly from September to May.

helps develop better speaking & presentation

Species Council. All meetings start at 7:30pm,

Make, discover, create!

For more info: Renee 905-713-6713.

skills along with self confidence. Meet our

include light refreshments, & are held at 20

www.amnesty.ca - amnestyaurora.wordpress.com.

members & learn what Toastmasters has to

Oak Ave., River Drive Park Community Centre,

offer. 7-9pm. Aurora Town Hall. RSVP: vppr@

East Gwillimbury. http://goo.gl/maps/Vtg45

toastmastersaurora.org

Visitors Always Welcome.

THE DIGITAL SHIFT AT NEWMARKET

yhcmembership@gmail.com or call Anne at 416-543-4879. HEAR US. LOVE US. JOIN US!

PUBLIC LIBRARY Every Friday from 2 – 4pm.

NEWMARKET PUBLIC LIBRARY

Drop by with your computer questions, digital

Microsoft PowerPoint: Discover & Create.

devices, & curiosity. Learn about library &

1-4pm. Learn about the popular presentation

Internet resources, get tips & tricks, & play with

software for work, school or business. Create

SEPTEMBER 11 TO OCTOBER 26

THE PROBUS CLUB OF AURORA Monthly

new devices. Free weekly drop-in.

a design with images, transitions, animations,

YOGA FOR THE MATURE BODY CARP –

Meeting from 10am to 12pm at the Royal

timings, sound and video for any event.

Newmarket Aurora Chapter #44 presents FREE

Canadian Legion, 105 Industrial Parkway North,

Register online: www.newmarketpl.ca

Community Yoga Classes. 3-4pm at Chartwell

Aurora. This month’s speaker is Keith Pitts &

Hollandview Trail Retirement Residence, 200

the topic is: Make Canada Affordable Again. For

SEPTEMBER 1 TO NOVEMBER 30

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

AN ARTIST’S EYE: NEWMARKET’S PAST

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

John West Way, Aurora. Please bring a bottle

more information on this month’s speaker please

THROUGH THE BRUSH & PENCIL OF

FREE OPEN HOUSE, WRITERS

of water, snacks will be provided. Space is

call Cliff White at 905-841-2421. New Members

GEORGE LUESBY The Elman W. Campbell

COMMUNITY OF YORK REGION Are you

limited! RSVP by August 31st to Diane Hanson

Welcome! Call Gary Gilbert at 905-895-2849 or

Museum will host a retrospective of the art

an established writer? A newbie? Would you

at 905-836-8210.

be our guest at the meeting.

of George Luesby. Free admission. On display

like to connect with other writers? The Writers

from September 1 to November 30, 2017. For

Community of York Region could be right for

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 & 18

NEWMARKET PUBLIC LIBRARY

more information please visit us at http://www.

you! Find out by attending our FREE Open

LEARN MODERN SQUARE DANCING

Computers 201. 2-3:30pm. The next step

newmarket.ca/museum.

9 week course starting October 3rd 2017 Beginner/Intermediate, Day/Evening Sessions Available. Pre-register quickly as space is limited! yoga-with-joanneroyce@rogers.com | 905-478-8245 Gift Certificates Available.

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www.dianeleslie.ca dianeleslie2814@gmail.com 905-716-2539

Your home, my studio or your place of business! Free consultations. Corporate programs available.


topics we cover. $150 which includes the

UNITY OF YORK REGION

great food, drinks & fantastic music! Buying

topics: Internet security, anti-virus, extensions,

workbook. Please check out our website:

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER SERVICE –

tickets directly from this link will help raise money

uploading & downloading, email basics,

transformedforever.com

7:30pm at YORK JUDO & BJJ CLUB (formerly

for our charity. Purchase your tickets online at:

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

https://aurora.snapd.com/events/view/1064435.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

Newmarket. Everyone Welcome! Info: 416-627-

Friday headlined by Chad Brownlee & Saturday

TAI CHI OPEN HOUSE & FREE

2380, 905-830-0331, www.unitynewmarket.com

headlined by Tom Cochrane with Red Rider. We

transferring images & videos. Register online at www.newmarketpl.ca SAFE & SOUND Enjoy a morning out for just

INTRODUCTORY CLASS Come & try the

$6. (first-timers $4). Bethel Christian Reformed

ancient art of Tai Chi.As many of our students have

NEWMARKET PUBLIC LIBRARY

$100,000, 2nd prize of $10,000 & 3rd prize of

Church, 333 Davis Drive, Newmarket. Please

said, “Tai Chi is not as easy as it looks. It’s challenging.”

Vinyl Design Basics. 8pm. Get an introductions

$5,000. 3 for $20.

Lug-a-Mug. Babysitting provided upon request.

That’s what makes it so interesting.That, & it’s just a

& learn how to use the library’s vinyl cutter

Feature: York Regional Police Community Services:

nice way to move. 7 to 9pm. Unit 203B, 1220 Stellar

& its software. Children ages 10 & up must

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

Fraud…are you at risk? Music & Speaker: Dianne

Drive, Newmarket. www.CanadianTaiChiAcademy

be accompanied by an adult. Register online:

BEREAVED FAMILIES OF ONTARIO~

Ticknor, “The Art of Thankfulness”. Presented by

Email: Newmarket@CanadianTaiChiAcademy.org.Tel.

www.newmarketpl.ca

YORK REGION 10TH ANNUAL

Newmarket Christian Women’s Connection in

289-366-9956. Reg. Char. Org. 85630 8366 RR0001.

Association with RSVP Ministries. For Reservations

are also selling Raffle Tickets! Grand prize of

MEMORIAL BUTTERFLY RELEASE on

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

September 16th at Fairy Lake Park. Contact

& Cancellations please call Marietta at 905-895-

NEWMARKET PUBLIC LIBRARY Online

TAI CHI OPEN HOUSE & FREE

(905) 898-6265 for more details! We hope to

9312 or email carolford6@gmail.com

Library Workshop. 7-8:30pm. Discover how

INTRODUCTORY CLASS Come & try the

see you there!

to register for & access the library’s eBooks,

ancient art of Tai Chi. As many of our students

TRANSFORMED Putting your life back

eMagazines, eAudiobooks, & digital music &

have said, “Tai Chi is not as easy as it looks.

TAI CHI OPEN HOUSE & FREE

together Piece by Peace. Do you hide painful

video streaming & download services. Register

It’s challenging.” That’s what makes it so

INTRODUCTORY CLASS Come & try the

secrets? Are you feeling lost and hopeless?

online at www.newmarketpl.ca

interesting. That, & it’s just a nice way to move.

ancient art of Tai Chi. As many of our students

9 to 10:30am. Unit 203B, 1220 Stellar Drive,

have said, “Tai Chi is not as easy as it looks. It’s

Are you stuck in anger? Do you harbour

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after Computers 101 with more advanced

unforgiveness & bitterness? Are you paralyzed

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEETING

Newmarket. www.CanadianTaiChiAcademy

challenging.” That’s what makes it so interesting.

by fear? Is your life in turmoil? This powerful

Amnesty International Aurora-Newmarket Group

Email: Newmarket@CanadianTaiChiAcademy.

That, & it’s just a nice way to move. 9 to 10:30am.

program will help you to overcome your struggles.

holds their monthly meeting 7:30-9pm to discuss

org. Tel. 289-366-9956. Reg. Char. Org. 85630

Unit 203B, 1220 Stellar Drive, Newmarket. www.

The authors of the book TRANSFORMED

current human rights issues & write appeal letters.

8366 RR0001.

CanadianTaiChiAcademy Email: Newmarket@

are facilitating an eleven week program in

Held at Trinity Anglican Church (in The Rectory

Newmarket (email us for address). 7:15-9:15pm.

building behind the church), 79 Victoria St.,

SEPTEMBER 15 & 16

For further details please e-mail Gabriela and

Aurora – all welcome! Free. For more information

IT’S MAGNA HOEDOWN TIME AGAIN!

Alison at: contactus@transformedforever.com.

call Renee at 905-713-6713. Website: www.

Help Support Big Brothers Big Sisters York

Limited to 4 participants due to the sensitive

amnesty.ca & amnestyaurora.wordpress.com

Come out to the 2017 Magna Hoedown for

CanadianTaiChiAcademy.org. Tel. 289-366-9956. Reg. Char. Org. 85630 8366 RR0001.

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

& when is it time to seek professional help.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23

2017 TERRY FOX RUN

7pm at the Aurora Public Library. Free. Register:

ANNUAL FALL FAIR St. James the Apostle

CANADIAN FEDERATION OF

Aurora – Registration 8:30am, Start 10am

www.aurorapl.ca, 905-727-9494 x275.

will be hosting their annual Fall Fair at 18794

UNIVERSITY WOMEN (CFUW)

Leslie Street, Sharon from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.  The

Aurora/Newmarket meets at the Royal

Location: Aurora Town Hall/Seniors Centre – 100 John West Way.

NEWMARKET GARDEN CLUB Meetings are

fair will include baking, produce, books, &

Canadian Legion, 105 Industrial Pkwy N.,

Bradford – Registration 9am, Start 10am

held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 8pm

garage sale items as well as a barbeque with

Aurora. Doors open at 7pm. Meeting at

Location: Bradford Leisure Centre

at the Newmarket Community Centre –Lions

bacon on a bun & activities for kids.

7:30pm. CFUW provides an opportunity for ANY

East Gwillimbury – Registration 9:30am,

Hall, Doug Duncan Drive, Newmarket. The topic

STOP & SHOP 3rd Annual IODE Holland

woman seeking friendship, activities, social activism

Start 10am. Location: Ross Family Complex in

is “Gardens of Southern Italy” with Donna

Landing Vendor Show. 8am to 2pm. Newmarket

& community involvement. This meeting, Dean

Mount Albert, East Gwillimbury.

Fenice. Members enjoy our annual summer

Community Center & Lions Hall, Room 2, 200

Barry, Artistic Direct of Canadian Children’s Opera

Newmarket – Registration 8:30am, Start 9am.

Garden Tour, Bus Trip, & November Potluck

Doug Duncan Drive. EVERYONE is welcome!

topic will be, “Opera for Young People. Serious

Location: Ray Twinney Recreation Complex –

Dinner. There is a nominal guest charge at the

Many great vendors! Come out & support IODE

Fun”. All are welcome, so Come & Check us out!

100 Eagle Street West.

door or sign up to become a member for the

Holland Landing.

See you there! For more information, contact

2017 year. Visit www.gardenewmarket.ca.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 & WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

www.cfuw.auroranewmarket.com. EUCHRE PARTY AT BRADFORD UNITED CHURCH The Church is located at 66 Barrie

AURORA GREEN DRINKS Interested in

NEWMARKET HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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

connecting with community members who are

DANCEIT: WOMEN’S DANCE AEROBICS

- 1967 Newmarket Celebrates Canada’s

1:30 to 3:30pm. Tickets $10/person & obtained

passionate about the environment & sustainable

PROGRAM FREE TRIAL NIGHTS Dance

Centennial Let us take you back 50 years to

at the door. Proceeds support Bradford United

development? Location: Aw Shucks Seafood

made easy. Fitness made fun! DanceIt is a

1967 to Canada’s Centennial celebration in

Church & its charities. Refreshments & prizes

Bar & Bistro, 15230 Yonge Street, Aurora. Free.

unique fitness program that uses a variety of

Newmarket. 7:30-9pm. Newmarket Community

will be provided. Come & join us for an

Contact: auroragreendrink@gmail.com or 905-

dance moves. Move to Latin, Swing, Jazz, Pop,

Centre & Lions Hall, 200 Doug Duncan Drive.

enjoyable social afternoon of cards. We look

503-5008 for more information.

Rock, Hip Hop & more, all in 1 hour classes. For

forward to seeing you.

more details & to register for your FREE TRIAL

MEN’S PROBUS CLUB OF NEWMARKET

call Cindy at 289-221-0054, or email cindan@

Meeting the third Wednesday each month at Seton

TREASURES SALE 8am to 11am, come

SEPTEMBER 29 TO OCTOBER 1

rogers.com. All ages & fitness levels. WE CAN’T

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

to Bradford United Church (66 Barrie Street in

WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE MUSEUM,

WAIT TO “SHAKE IT” with you!

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

Bradford, telephone 905-775-7268) to make a

Canada 150 Mosaic, Mural Workshop. 12-4pm.

donation to the Church, & make some treasures

Join us at the Museum to paint your tile! For

your own. Proceeds support Bradford United

the final mural all tiles will come together to

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

GREENTIGER Exercising is good for muscle

DEAFBLIND ONTARIO SERVICES

Church & its charities. If you have goods that you

form a cultural mosaic that will celebrate our

tone & respiration. Internal exercise enhances

Join us at the Club at Bond Head for the 12th

wish to sell at prices you determine, a table may

community’s individuality. All supplies provided.

the health of bones, connecting tissues &

annual Indulge Your Senses fundraising event.

be rented for $15 – contact the Church regarding

Free event. Pre-registration required. Visit www.

organs. Tai Qi & Qi Kung are basic internal

Guests will enjoy pampering spa services,

table rentals. Hope to see you at the Treasures Sale!

townofws.ca/museum for details!

exercises & when practiced for health are

wine tasting & a unique ‘dine-in-the-dark’

called Neigong. Classes for all levels & ages.

experience. Fabulous live & silent auctions,

www.greentiger.ca 905-853-9891.

raffle & an incredible beauty product swag bag

P.A. DAY WORKSHOP – COOKING WITH

LADIES AUXILIARY YARD SALE R.C.L.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30

round out this ultimate girls’ night out. Local

APPLES Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum.

Branch 426, 707 Srigley St., Newmarket. 9am to

YOGA CLASSES WITH ALAN SARGEANT

firefighters will also be on hand to lend their

9am-4pm. Spend the day making delicious

1pm. Rain inside. Shine outside. Tables available

Strengthen muscles and reduce tension with

support. For more information & tickets, visit

apple treats in both the historic & modern

for $15. Contact Ann at 905-251-4513.

Yoga. Join me on Mondays and Wednesdays

www.deafblindontario.com.

kitchen, followed by games, crafts, & a tour of

from 7pm - 8:15pm. $175 for 13 weeks. Free

the Museum. Participants must bring their own

CELEBRATING CULTURE Whitchurch-

nut-free lunch. Pre-registration Required. $40/

Stouffville Museum is participating in Culture

UNITY OF YORK REGION (FORMERLY

person. Members $32. Ages 5-12. Visit www.

Days by offering FREE admission to the

UNITY OF NEWMARKET) BOOK STUDY

townofws.ca/museum for details!

Museum! 12-4pm. Take this opportunity to

Trial Class. For more information call 289-716-

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 & 28

4335 or visit hathayogaclasses.ca

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

& DISCUSSION GROUP – In this class you

bring the whole family to visit our site! Visit

EAST GWILLIMBURY GARDENERS/

will have an opportunity to engage deeply

LEARNING DISABILITIES ASSOCIATION

EAST GWILLIMBURY GARDEN &

in prosperity practices that will move you

OF YORK REGION Join us from 6:30 to

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Join us at

into a deeper consciousness of “Living as the

8:30pm for our 41st Annual General Meeting.

BRADFORD UNITED CHURCH - GALA

7:30pm for the next general meeting. The

Flow” of God’s Great Good. Resource books:

Understanding Learning Disabilities. Help

MURDER MYSTERY DINNER. The murder

speaker will be Nikola Warnock talking about

“Spiritual Economics” (Eric Butterworth), “Four

us bring awareness & make a difference in

mystery is entitled “Murder at the Deadwood

Alpines & Scree Gardens. Refreshments served.

Spiritual Laws of Prosperity” (Edwene Gaines).

someone’s life. For information: Call 905-884-

Saloon”. The event will be held at Bradford United

All Welcome. For more info call 905-478-8450

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

7933 ext. 23 or Email: info@ldayr.org

Church, 66 Barrie Street in Bradford. Tickets

or email us at eggardeners@gmail.com or visit

unitynewmarket.com

us on our Facebook page at www.facebook.

www.townofws.ca/museum for details!

are $35.00 per person, & can be obtained by

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

contacting the Church at 905-775-7268. The final

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

AURORA PUBLIC LIBRARY Community

day for purchasing tickets is Monday, September

NEWMARKET CELEBRATES THE ARTS

Maps, an Online Tour with Duncan Rowe,

25th. A gourmet dinner with dessert will be served.

SPEECH DEVELOPMENT With Stephanie

GALA Featuring exciting & engaging examples

Mapping Professional. Maps offer a fun &

Wine or beer may also be purchased. There will

Zawalicz, Speech-Language Pathologist. What

of the Arts. Funds are awarded through our

intriguing way to understand a community.

also be a silent auction/sale of goods. Doors open

is the difference between speech & language,

Celebrate The Arts Grants Program. 7pm.

Enjoy a tour of many interactive maps

at 5:30 pm on September 30th. Hope to see you

how is speech produced, what is considered

Old Down Hall (460 Botsford Street). Cost

describing our community, & learn about

there to find out “Who did it?”

typical development for the English speech

$100. 905-895-5193. www.newmarket.ca/

helpful resources to do this yourself when the

sounds, how can you help your child develop

artsandculture

need or curiosity calls. 7pm. Free. Register at

CULTURE DAYS OPEN HOUSE Elman W.

www.aurorapl.ca, 905-727-9494 x275.

Campbell Museum. Featuring our First World War

com/eastgwillimburygardeners

his/her speech sounds appropriately at home,

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4

ANXIOUS? DEPRESSED? EMOTIONALLY

held every Saturday, 8am to 1pm, until October,

150: Do You Remember? Try a museum history

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BAZAAR St.

DISTRESSED? When someone has been stuck

at the Aurora Town Park, corner of Wells St., &

hunt & go on a self-guided tour of historic Main

Elizabeth Seton Church, 17955 Leslie St.,

for a while, is anxious, or feeling emotionally

Mosley St. in Aurora.

Street. Free admission. Hours: 10am – Noon &

Newmarket (Leslie at Stellar). 9am to 2pm.

off balance, there is a need for knowledgeable

1-4pm. For more information, please visit us at

Lots of fun for the whole family! Hot Lunches,

support. A psychotherapist can provide that

FREE ZUMBA IN THE PARK Zumba Class

http://www.newmarket.ca/museum.

Bake Table, Popular Penny Raffle Table, Hourly

support – a safe place where concerns can

at Riverwalk Commons at the Farmers market

Turkey Draws, Pictures with Santa, Quilt Raffle,

be understood & worked through. For more

every Saturday morning between 8-9am. Open

Local Crafters.

information, please call Luanne Jakobi, Registered

to the public. It will be hosted by instructors

Psychotherapist, CRPO, Clinical Member - Ontario

from the Move Fitness & sponsored by Main

Society of Psychotherapists, 905-726-4341 or email

Street Realty & RBC Insurance.

display & special commemorative display Canada

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1 DREAM CATCHER WORKSHOP Presented by: First Nation Cultural Tours. 1-3pm. Explore

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7

the Ojibwa culture through storytelling &

GRANAURORA AUTHOR EVENT Presenting

traditional song. Cost: $20/person, $16/

Ted Barris, award-winning journalist, broadcaster,

Museum Members. Suitable for adults &

educator & author of eighteen non-fiction

CRYSTAL REFLEXOLOGY EST. 1995

Our group is inviting people with the interest

children ages 8+. Pre-registration required.

books, discussing his book, The Great Escape – A

Painful Feet? Numbness or Tingling Due to

of playing Euchre in the Bradford area. There

Visit www.townofws.ca/museum for details!

Canadian Story. Aurora Cultural Centre. Doors

Diabetes? Plantar Fasciitis? Arthritis? Relief from

are no membership fees or costs! We play

open at 6:45pm for refreshments & shopping at

your discomfort is just a call away at 905-954-

every 3rd Friday going forward. Please contact

CULTURAL EXPLORATION Q & A Join

our Marketplace. Author Events begins at 7:30pm.

5512 for a Soothing 1 hour Foot Massage. Gift

us at fib1@rogers.com.

Jacob Charles, Owner of First Nation Cultural

Tickets: $20. Contact: granaurora4114@gmail.

certificates available for all occasions. Visit www.

Tours for a presentation & informal discussion

com or by calling Lenore Pressley at 905-727-

crystalreflexology.ca.

focusing on Indigenous culture in the past &

9235. Books available for sale are provided by

present, stereotyping & cultural appropriation.

Blue Heron Books.

MAX MEDITATION SYSTEMTM ON

special commemorative display, Canada 150:

Ongoing

MONDAY NIGHTS Learn to meditate deeply

Do You Remember? Special displays featuring

with ease, to achieve the relaxation & revitalization

objects & images from the story of Canada pre

September 2017

you deserve. Spiritual lineage classes, such as

1867 to the present. On view during regular

Sacred Geometry, Astral Travel, & the Empower

museum hours, Tuesday to Saturday 10am-

Thyself Initiation are also available. For details,

Noon & 1-4pm, until the end of November. Free

YOGA WITH JOANNE ROYCE 9 week course

SOUTHLAKE CINEMANIA Southlake

check schedule at jeannievassos.ca 905-717-

admission! For more information please visit us

begins today. Beginner/Intermediate, Day/Evening

Cinemania returns in September, more

5907, Bayview/Mulock area, Newmarket.

at http://www.newmarket.ca/museum.

Sessions available. Pre-register quickly as space is

information at www.southlakecinemania.com.

limited! yoga-with-joanneroyce@rogers.com or call

EXHIBIT: CANADA’S 150TH – THEN &

WOMEN’S PROBUS CLUB OF

905-478-8245. Gift Certificates Available.

NOW Ongoing through Saturday, December

NEWMARKET Join us at our monthly meeting

9. Let’s take a look back in honour of Canada’s

from 10am to noon at Seton Hall (17955

universal

150th birthday!  This exhibit is available to be

Leslie Street) on the fourth Wednesday of most

seen during the Museum’s regular hours of

months. Please call Gloria at 905-836-7388 for

operation & is included in general admission.

more information.

Professional & Perfect Organic Dry Cleaning Service

ONTARIO EARLY YEARS, YORK NORTH

Meeting the 4th Thursday of every month &

Connect with us for information on all our free

all are welcome. 7:30pm. Refreshments will be

services, including registered programs, drop-in,

provided as well. Danube Centre, 715 Simcoe

resources & referrals. Visit us on-line at www.

Road, Bradford.

4pm. Celebrate Culture Days with this fascinating free event. Approx. 1.5 hours. Visit www.townofws.ca/museum for details!

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3

DRY CLEANERS

Professional Seamstress On-Site for Alterations and Repairs Professional Laundered, Brightened, Hand-finished Men’s SHIRTS Clean, Odourless (Collar, Cuff, Underarm)

CANADA 150 DISPLAY The Elman W. Campbell Museum presents a

BOND HEAD/BRADFORD GARDEN CLUB

50 % 30 %

OFF

Any Cleaning Service for New Clients First Visit.

Excluding shirt laundering, alterations, leather & suede, area rugs. No limit on items. Conditions apply with this ad. One coupon per visit. Expires on November 30, 2017.

Any Cleaning OFF Service

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Hollidge Blvd.

Wellington Street

FRIENDS IN BRADFORD (EUCHRE)

Visit www.townofws.ca/museum for details!

yorkchild.ca or at our main sites: Newmarket – 17310 Yonge Street, 905-853-0754. Georgina

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This Month IN HISTORY FAMOUS SEPTEMBER EVENTS In September 1952, Laddie Dennis made her mark as the first woman to appear on Canadian TV. Born as Adelaide Margaret Eleanor Marie Boissonearu in Winnipeg, Manitoba on May 7, 1920, the outgoing woman took courses and performed at the Montreal Repertory Theatre before moving to Toronto. She changed her name, adopting her mother’s maiden name. She accepted a position as a fashion model and later a fashion commentator. Her next job was as a writer and on-air host for the Laura Secord Music Box Show on CFRB Radio in Toronto. It was September 8th, 1952 when Dennis accomplished her historical first. She was the first woman to appear on the CBC in a Canadian Westinghouse commercial. She continued to be the Westinghouse spokeswoman for six and a half years. Marilyn Bell’s first was a little different than Dennis’. At 16 years old, Bell made waves where no one else had succeeded. On September 9th, 1954, she became the first person to successfully swim across Lake Ontario. The Toronto swimmer endured 21 hours in the cold lake travelling 52 km. She arrived on the shore to an excited crowd of supporters. Lake Ontario was not Bell’s only feat. She went on to become the youngest person to swim the English Channel and the Strait of Juan de Fuca (between Vancouver Island and Washington State). It is hard to believe that by 1974 there still had not been a female President of a Canadian University. That all changed when Pauline Jewett was appointed President of Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, BC in September 1974. Before her appointment to Simon Fraser University, Jewett was a Liberal MP for Northumberland from 1963 to 1965. She went on to become the Vice President of the National liberal Party in 1966. She returned to politics in 1979 when she was elected MP for New Westminster-Coquitlam for the New Democratic Party. She was re-elected in 1980 and 1984. Jewett’s accomplishments included being named an Officer of the Order of Canada and Chancellor of Carleton University. Sources: http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/timelines/100-great-events-in-canadian-history/ http://www.heroines.ca/history/september.html http://famouscanadianwomen.com/timeline/timeline1960-1969.htm http://famouscanadianwomen.com/famous%20firsts/entertainers.htm

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Youth BEAT CHOOSING THE RIGHT COURSES By Samantha Forani, Graduate of McMaster University You are probably looking at the name of this article and wondering if I am aware of what month it is. Yes I am, and yes I know you have all already selected your high school courses for the semester. But whether this is your first year of high school, or your third or fourth, it is never too late to read some helpful tips for selecting your future courses. As well, many schools have a grace period in the first two weeks or so of the semester, so if it is not too late, this article may help you make some important decisions now. Now there are many important things to consider when selecting your courses for the semester. Whether they will all fit in your schedule, who they are being taught by, what your friends are taking, and most importantly, what you enjoy, and what will help you later on down the line. Many people in high school are unsure of what they want to do after school whether it may be a trade, college or university, and then there is still the decision of what classes you need to take to move into those post-secondary educations.

This can all seem overwhelming but it is best to just go through it step by step. If you are unsure what you want to do after high school, branching out and taking several different types of courses could help you figure that out. Sign up for a few arts courses, perhaps some sciences, or maybe even some auto or woodworking classes. Many high schools offer a great deal of variety in their courses that give students the freedom to explore and find out what they enjoy most. However, it is also very important to keep track of the courses you are taking, and make sure you are fulfilling the requirements to graduate. There are many big decisions to make in high school, and if they feel too great, guidance counsellors are a major source of information and, well, guidance, to help lead you in the right path. I myself had a great guidance counsellor who I still am grateful for today for helping me make the decisions I did that I have never regretted. He helped me choose the right courses and make some important decisions on my future. The fact is, there is a lot to consider when selecting your high school courses and it is a learning experience. Whether you want to change some of your courses now, or wish to make some changes for next semester, it is important to select your courses for the right reasons. And there is nothing wrong with asking for advice or help in this process. These are big decisions, it is essential to make the best ones for you.

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