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When you fasten a poppy over your heart this Remembrance Day, take a moment to remember another hero, Carmen Richard Edwin Shier. Shier was a decorated Canadian Veteran and the voice of the Remembrance Day roll call in Newmarket for decades. It is believed that he may have been the first person to read roll call when the Cenotaph was built in 1948. He never missed a ceremony and he made sure that no soldier was ever forgotten. Shier passed away December 22, 2015 at the age of 90.  

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After he was discharged, Shier returned to Canada and began a career as an aircraft worker. In 1947, he joined the Canadian Legion. He was a founding member of the branch of the legion in Newmarket where he spent 70 years serving in many roles including First and Second Vice President. He was very active with the legion and took part in many recreational activities. He was especially proud of his

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This Month IN HISTORY Canadian War Events Historically, November has been a very important month for Canada. It has marked the end of war and the beginning of a new world. When you ask any Canadian about important dates in November, many will remember November 11th. Who can forget the day that marked the end of the First World War? Remembrance Day, or Armistice Day as it was known during the First World War, ended with considerable Canadian contributions. One battle in particular took 100 days. The Hundred Days Campaign started in August of 1918 with Canada’s role in spearheading an attack near Amiens, on the Somme River in France. Canadian forces were divided to confuse the enemy. A part of Canada’s troops were sent north to Ypres. They made it known to German forces that they were in that area before they rushed back to Amiens. They prepared for battle at night. With help from the Australians, French and British, Canadian troops advanced 20 km in three days. The campaign continued with hard fighting between August 26 and September 2nd. Canadians lead a succession of attacks that tore through German defences. Canada’s fight was not without terrible casualties. 11,400 Canadians suffered. November 1st and 2nd, 1918 marked the last major battle of the war. German forces still held the town of Valenciennes. During the 86th and

87th days of the Hundred Days Campaign, Canadian forces captured about 1800 enemy soldiers and secured the area. The campaign continued until Armistice Day at 11:00 am, November 11, 1918. In the end, more than 650-thousand men and women from Canada served. 66,000 died and more than 172,000 were wounded. Remembrance Day may be held on Armistice Day, but it has become a time to remember those who have served in various wars and military actions.   In 1951, more than 26,000 Canadians fought for peace in the Korean War, also known as the Forgotten War. Troops from Canada fought as members of the United Nations. More than 500 Canadian troops died trying to end the violence between North and South Korea. Canadians were called to assist in the Battle at Hill 355 after American forces abandoned the area. On November 22nd 1951, Canada’s Second Battalion defended the hill despite the harsh weather conditions. The battle lasted 96 hours with immense pressure coming from enemy lines. In the end, Canadian troops held their ground and forced the enemy to retreat. The war may have been dubbed the Forgotten war, but Canadian contributions to ending violence and creating peace will never be overlooked.  Canada’s role in fighting for peace and freedom in the world has seen many casualties in many battles. While wars and military action can continue for years, Canadian troops have experienced many battles during the month of November. It makes it only fitting that Canadians pause November 11th to remember the contributions of all those who have fought for peace and freedom. Sources: http://www.warmuseum.ca/firstworldwar/introduction/key-canadian-events/?anchor=37 http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/history/first-world-war/canada/Canada15 http://www.canadashistory.ca/Magazine/Online-Extension/Articles/Korean-War-Moment-November-22,-1951

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Youth BEAT Leaving Home By Samantha Forani, Graduate of McMaster University This year, at the age of twenty-three, I experienced something that almost everyone will experience at some point in their lives. I moved from the only home I have ever known. I had lived in that house my entire life which made these past several months very difficult for me. Because of that, I hope other people will read this, and be prepared for what is coming with their own move. Let me also note that this move was not by choice. I still live with my two wonderful parents, however they were ready to downsize from our family home in which we, and my older brother, lived in. They also decided to buy a cottage. And at the risk of sounding somewhat negative, the entire experience has been…hard. Between the packing and saying goodbye, it has not been easy to say the least. Now I will admit, I did not have to do that much packing, really just my room. Partly because my parents knew I was upset about the whole thing but also because my mom needs everything done a certain way and knew I would not do it quite the way she expects. We spent over a month packing up twenty-three years of belongings in our four bedroom house to move to a two bedroom home in a small town.

While the whole move may not have been physically difficult for me, it was definitely difficult emotionally. I have not yet brought myself to drive by my old house and am taking different routes to see my friends who still live in that neighbourhood. Now I need to also note that I am not the only one affected in this whole ordeal. My parents have found it hard too. To be honest, I never really realized just how sentimental my mom was before all of this. While I was trying to get rid of as many belongings as possible to make the adjustment in a smaller space, my mom was finding it hard to get rid of almost anything. She would not even let me get rid of my high school yearbooks, which I have not opened since high school. And my dad (who I have always known to be sentimental) kept the 2x4 piece of wood that had my measurements on it. He also kept left over wood from old renovation projects. What I am trying to say from all of this is that the entire experience had an impact on all of us. I have been settling in better than I expected, but accepting the situation was the most difficult part. The most important thing to remember is that everyone is in it together and that change is always going to happen, and the best thing to do is always focus on the positives of that change. Even if it is hard to find them, they’re there, I promise.

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The man in red is planning his return and he’s hoping many residents, businesses and local groups will join him in his spirited adventure as he makes his way around our neighbourhoods.

AURORA’S SANTA UNDER THE STARS PARADE Saturday, November 26th, 2016 - 6pm - 8pm | Don’t miss this year’s parade. Aurora is the first municipality to bring night time parades to life!  Dress up in your winter attire with a cup of hot chocolate and join us for this year’s evening parade as Santa comes to town.  For route details and road closure details please visit: www.aurora.ca/santaparade or call the Special Events line at 905-726-4762 SCHOMBERG - A MAIN STREET CHRISTMAS Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 | When the snow is just starting to fall, and winter is almost here, Schomberg gets all dressed up and invites everyone from near and far to come and enjoy a fun-filled family outing along its historic Main Street. There are street performers, carolers, children’s entertainers, holiday creations, an art and craft show, and, of course, Santa Claus and his reindeer. The festivities start on the street with the entertainers and in the community hall with the craft show at 3pm, followed by the exciting Santa Claus Parade at 4pm. The evening is brought to a spectacular close with the Farmers’ Parade of Lights at 8pm. For further details, including a video clip of the event, see  www.amainstreetchristmas.com

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EAST GWILLIMBURY’S SANTA CLAUS PARADE Sunday, November 13, 2016 - 2pm in Sharon, Ontario | The theme this year; Christmas Songs and Stories. The parade begins at the corner of Charles St. and Morton Ave. and ends at the East Gwillimbury Sports Complex. You are invited to visit with Santa, enjoy a free family skate and join in with children’s activities. Meet-up is at 1:30pm. Visit www.eastgwillimbury.ca/santaclausparade for more details or email santaclausparade@eastgwillimbury.ca. Special event volunteers are needed for the Library’s walking group. Please contact Lyndsay at lirvine@egpl.ca or at 905-836-6492 ext.105.

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Zumba FitnessFun Do you Zumba? Or are you reading this wondering what a Zumba is? Here is what it is not… Zumba is not a hot and spicy Latin dish that you order at a Spanish restaurant. Zumba is actually a high-energy Latin-inspired workout that was created by Columbian fitness trainer Beto Perez. Perez created the fitness craze in the 1990s. What started out as a few programs has exploded  to include 200,000 locations in 180 countries. More than 15-million people participate in Zumba classes. 

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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!

Do you have any of the following symptoms... • • • • •

Sharp pains in the back of the leg Lower Back Pain Herniated/bulging discs Numbness or soreness in your legs Shooting hip or thigh pain

Fortunately, if you are suffering from any of these problems, they may be relieved or eliminated with chiropractic adjustments.

“What’s The Chance This Will Work For Me?”

Chiropractic has been around for over a hundred years, and has been used to help everyone from tiny babies to the elderly. Even top sports star and entertainers… like Sidney Crosby, Tom Brady, Emmitt Smith, Tony Robbins, Michael Jordan, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Wayne Gretzky. These professional athletes have the money to hire any kind of doctor they want, yet they choose to have a chiropractor on their team. Here’s what some of the top medical researchers had to say about chiropractic… “Manipulation [chiropractic adjustments], with or without exercise, improved symptoms more than medical care did after both 3 and 12 months.”– British Medical Journal “Chiropractor’s manipulation of the spine

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was more helpful than any of the following: traction, massage, biofeedback, acupuncture, injection of steroids into the spine and back corsets, and ultrasound.” -- Stanley Bigos, MD, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery This means in just a matter of weeks you could be back on the golf course, enjoying your love life, or traveling again.

Feel the Improvement – and Say “Yes” to Life Again

With my “Back Pain And Sciatica Evaluation” we’ll be able find the problem and then correct it. Think of how you’ll feel in just a few short weeks. See and feel your life change for the better. Start your body on the way to pain-free, normal living. Feel tight joints rest, relax, free up. Feel muscles tied in knots become more supple. Feel strength in your muscles increase. As you begin to see motion returning to your joints, you’re preventing and reducing chances of disability and a crippling future.

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Tim Mick, DC, an associate professor and chair of the Department of Radiology at Northwestern Health Sciences University says…

“Untreated, sciatica can lead to a loss of muscle strength and muscle size that may be irreversible. Eventually, there can be problems with gait.”

It’s time for you to find out if chiropractic will be your sciatic and back pain solution.

Sciatica can be successfully treated. You can recover. Healthy, pain-free living should be yours.

For 14 days only, $35 will get you all the services I normally charge new patients $220 for!

Call today and we can get started with your consultation, exam and x-rays as soon as there’s an opening in the schedule.

What does this offer include? Everything I normally do in my new patient evaluation. •

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.

A full set of specialized x-rays (NOTE: These would normally cost you at least $100).

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

I’ll provide answers to your questions, like…

Our office is called Crossroads Chiropractic and you can find us at 45 Eagle St., in Newmarket. (Just a few doors East of Yonge St). Tell the receptionist you’d like to come in for the Back Pain And Sciatica Evaluation before November 25, 2016 I look forward to helping you get rid of your pain so you can start living a healthier, more joyful life. Sincerely, Dr. Joshua Nikkanen, D.C.

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P.S. You’ve got too many dreams left undone. Too many special moments waiting to be experienced. Life is too short to let pain slow you down.

…which position, mattress, and pillow you should use for a good night’s rest.

Don’t live another day like this. Call and schedule for your evaluation. 905-830-1146.


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their French language CONVERSATION skills into

stocking stuffers! 10am to 4pm. All unique

group you are looking for. This is open to men in the

action. 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Tim Horton’s, 17310

items and baked goods. Café as well. Table

community and not restricted to serving or retired

EAST GWILLIMBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY

YongeSt.(justnorthoftheYorkRegionAdministrative

rental and silent auction proceeds donated

police offices. No experience necessary, just the love

Visit our branch or website to see the many

Centre, west side). Web: http://bit.ly/partagez_

to u-r home charity. Location at Valley View

to sing. No competitions involved. Call the Chorus

programs we have to offer including: Igniting

conversation Email:Partagez.York@yahoo.ca.

Alliance Church, 800 Davis Drive (beside

SupervisorLowellMcClennyforfurtherinformation.

Home Hardware), Newmarket. See you there!

Telephone 905-727-9676 or email mcclenny349@

Ideas, Christmas Clay, Upcycled Embroidery, Children Storytimes & Children’s Activities, Teens

NOVEMBER 3, 10, 17, 24

& Tweens & Adult Programs. Holland Landing

BOOK STUDY & DISCUSSION “HELL IN

ONE STOP SHOPPING in Support of

Street, Newmarket, Committee Room “B” any

Branch, 19513 Yonge St. 905-836-6492 & Mount

THE HALLWAY, LIGHT AT THE DOOR” -

Canadian Mental Health York and South

Monday evening at 7:30pm.

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

“How to Move Gracefully Through Change

Simcoe 10 am - 5 pm - Newmarket Community

See more details at www.egpl.ca

Into Renewed and Abundant Life”. by Ellen

Centre - 200 Doug Duncan Drive. Shop from

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8

Debenport. EVERY THURSDAY, 7:30 - 9 pm,

40 vendors; bid on auction items; fun kids

YORK-SIMCOE

ORTA HIKES FOR NOVEMBER Come &

at Budokan Judo Club, Unit 3, 620 Steven

area and food truck. A $2 entrance fee for

at 7:30pm at 20 Oak Ave. River Drive Park

join us on our hikes on over 300km of moraine

Court, Newmarket. Info:905-830-0331, 416-

16 and up.  Please tell all your friends. www.

Community Centre. Topic: Michele Williamson,

trail! ORTA offers guided hikes of all difficulties &

627-2380, www.unitynewmarket.com

judybrunton.ca - 905-841-8622.

Terrestrial Assessment Scientist, Ministry of

lengths, weekdays & weekends. Some are targeted

rogers.com or drop in to a rehearsal at 17250 Yonge

NATURALISTS

Meet

Environment and Climate Change. The Decline of

at families; others are oriented towards adults while

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4

THE

YORK

others have a strong nature focus. Hike schedules &

SGT. WILSON’S ARMY SHOW Doors open

MALE

CHORUS

related information can be found under the ‘Hiking’

at 6:30pm as Sgt. Wilson’s Army Show presents

Annual Fundraising Concert at the Victory Baptist

tab at www.oakridgestrail.org

the good old sentimental music of the 40’s and

Church, 18408 Yonge Street, East Gwillimbury

REGIONAL Hosting

POLICE their

24th

Ontario’s Hardwood Trees. New Members always welcome. Visitors can attend for free. Visit: www. ysnaturalists.com for more information.

50’s at the Danube Seniors Leisure Centre, 715

(Just north of Green Lane). Start time is 7:30

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9

NEW EXHIBIT AT THE ELMAN W.

Simcoe Road, Bradford. Show starts at 7:30 p.m.

p.m.

Performing this year are the Halton

PROBUS CLUB OF AURORA Meeting from

CAMPBELL MUSEUM The Great War in

Tickets: $20. Refreshments at intermission. For

Regional Police Chorus, The Men of Note Male

10am to 12pm at the Royal Canadian Legion,

Pictures and Objects, to commemorate the

information and tickets, call the Centre at 905-

Voice Choir, the Romeo Dallaire  Public School

105 Industrial Parkway North. Guest speakers

First World War Centenary. On display until

775-0612, M-F 9am to 3pm.

Choir and the York Regional Police Male Chorus.

is Allan Mallory and his topic will be “he and

Start time is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15.00.

his family’s dramatic climb to the top of Mount

Call 905-727-9676 for tickets or information.

Everest”. For more information call Program

November 30th. Open during Museum Hours. Free admission. For more information, please call

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5

905-953-5314 or email: elmanmuseum@rogers.

HOLIDAY BAZAAR – AURORA SENIORS

com The Museum is located at 134 Main Street

CENTRE 9am to 1:30pm. 90 John West Way. Bake

NOVEMBER 5 & 6

South, Newmarket.

Sale – Art Sale – Local Vendors – Crafters – Silent

TH

Auction Items – Tea Room. Come & join the fun!

ARTISTIC EDGE 2016 Presented by East

NOVEMBER 1

Chair Cliff White at 905-841-2421. New

ANNUAL

members welcome! Call Gary Gilbert at 905-

EAST

GWILLIMBURY

895-2849 for more information.

Gwillimbury Group of Artists with the support

SUGAR PLUM FAIR Bethel Christian Reformed

READY SET READ is hosting an information/

HARVEST DINNER DANCE Sponsored by

of the Town of East Gwillimbury. 10am to

Church,333DavisDrive,Newmarket.9:15-11:15am.

supportive night for parents of kids with

North Newmarket Lions in support of Music

3:30pm on Saturday and 12 – 3:30pm on

Enjoy a Morning Out for Just $6 (first-timers $4).

dyslexia, ADD/ADHD. Come learn & support

Therapy at Sick Kids Hospital and Five Counties

Sunday. East Gwillimbury Sports Complex

Babysitting Provided Upon Request. Please bring

one another. 7-9pm. 171 Main St. S. Unit 3C,

Children’s Centre. 6:30pm. Optimist Hall, 56

(Sharon Arena), Canada Rooms 1 & 2. Come

your crafts, jams, jellies and baking. Silent auction.

Newmarket. Call ahead to book a seat at 905-

Forhan Drive, Newmarket. Dance to the live

enjoy the art, pick your favourite for a chance

Select Vendors. Speaker: Ethel Wright, Richmond

252-7426 or email readysetread@hotmail.

music of The North Stars, DJ, Cash Bar. $25/

of a gift, buy and watch artists demos of various

Hill. “I Love Gifts”. Presented by Newmarket

com or visit www.dyslexia-readysetread.com

person. Tickets: 905-895-1441 or by email at

media both afternoons. Free admission.

Christian Women’s Connection in Association

northnewmarketlions@yahoo.ca.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2

with RSVP Ministries. For Reservations &

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7

Cancellation please call Marietta 905-895-9312.

OPEN HOUSE Aurora Montessori School

ACW XMAS BAZAAR 11am-2pm. 110 Peter

ANNUAL FALL CLEAN UP Lookingforvolunteer

Open House from 6:30-8pm. 330 Industrial

Street, Holland Landing. Bake Table, Xmas

hours? Join the Aurora Historical Society at Hillary

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10

Parkway N, Aurora. For more information,

Craft Items, Afghan Raffle. Lunch Available.

House from 9am to 1pm to help prepare the Hillary

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEETING

House grounds for winter. Please bring gloves, a

7:30-9pm. We write letters on current human

NEWMARKET FOLK SOCIETY 10th Season

rake and a water bottle. Pizza lunch provided. To

rights issues. We meet at Trinity Anglican

opening with an evening of music made famous by

register contact Leigha Cooney at leigha.cooney@

Church (in The Rectory building, behind the

AUTHOR EVENT GranAurora is pleased to

Canadian singer/songwriters. 8pm at Newmarket

aurorahs.com or 905-727-8991.

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

present Dr. Carolyn Harris, Royal Historian,

RoyalCanadianLegion,707SrigleySt.Newmarket.

Author & University Professor. Held at the

Performers: Mary Bennet, Magoo, Teal and Joyce,

SOUTHLAKE

Aurora Cultural Centre, 22 Church St., Aurora.

David Newland, Patty McLaughlin and Kevin Kelly.

presents “SUNSET SONG” (U.K.)  Terence

NOVEMBER 10 & 24

Doors open at 6:45pm. Enjoy complimentary

Tickets $20 by phone at 905-836-9073 (Carol

Davies

FREE

refreshments & peruse our craft sale. Author

or Dave) or from Café and Things at 208 Main

classic. Tickets $10. Sold at Holland Landing

CONVERSATION

Event begins at 7:30pm. Tickets: $20. Contact

St. S. in Newmarket. Limited parking at the legion

& Mount Albert Libraries and at the door at

welcomes adults (from francophones to

Sharon Willan at 905-773-2823. All proceeds

but parking is available across the road at Prince

6:30pm. Silvercity Theatre Newmarket. Film

beginners) looking to put their French

go to the Grandmothers to Grandmothers

Charles Public School. Refreshments provided

7pm. www.southlakecinemania.com

language CONVERSATION skills into action.

Campaign, Stephen Lewis Foundation.

before the show and during the intermission by

contact Admission at 905-841-0065 or visit us at www.auroramontessori.com

NOVEMBER 3 & 17

Information: 905-713-6713.

lyric

CINEMANIA version

of

the

Scottish

FRENCH GROUP

LANGUAGE This

group

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

The Maid’s Cottage. Doors open at 7:15pm, come

NOVEMBER 7TH, 14TH, 21ST & 28TH

10268 Yonge St. (beside the Richmond

early and enjoy a coffee and butter tart.

THE YORK REGIONAL POLICE MALE

Hill Centre for the Performing Arts). Web:

CHORUS Looking for new members from the

http://bit.ly/partagez_conversation Partagez.York@yahoo.ca.

FREE FRENCH LANGUAGE CONVERSATION GROUP This group welcomes adults (from

VALLEY VIEW ARTISAN GIFT AND CRAFT

community to join their chorus. If you are looking

francophones to beginners) looking to put

SHOW Handmade craft ideas for gifts and

for a way to volunteer and enjoy singing this is the

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Bake Table, Popular Penny Raffle Table,

Surprizes. Stockings for Seniors Donation

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14

EUCHRE NIGHT A fundraiser organized by

Hourly Turkey Draws, Pictures with Santa,

Drop & decorate a card for a Senior.

GREENTIGER Exercising is good for muscle

the Rotary Club of Newmarket. Please join

Quilt Raffle, Local Crafters.

tone and respiration. Internal exercises

this Progressive Euchre Game of 8 rounds, at

BAZAAR & TEA ROOM St. Andrews

enhance the health of bones, connecting

6:45 for the games starting at 7pm sharp. 55

ABORIGINAL WAYS OF KNOWING Through

Presbyterian Church, Main & Water Streets,

tissues and internal organs. SPECIAL this

Forhan Drive, Newmarket. $10 each includes

storytelling and forest discovery, you’ll learn about

Newmarket. 8:30am to 11pm. Included are

month 2 people for 4 weeks for $50. Bring a

light snacks. New players welcome. Contact

the history and modern day forest connections

home baking and preserves, crafts, knitting,

friend and give it a try. Classes for all levels

Guy Sovak at gsovak@gmail.com to register.

with Aboriginal cultures. 10am – 12pm. OR 2-4pm.

books, woodworking, trinkets and treasures in

and ages. . www.greentiger.ca 905-853-9891.

Hollidge Tract, 16389 Hwy. 48, Whitchurch-

the white elephant room. For more information,

UPPER CANADA SATSANG A monthly

Stouffville. Open to all. Registration required at

please call the Church at 905-895-5512.

Community Assembly for fellowship, chanting

york.ca/forestevents or at 1-877-464-9675.

BAZAAR

SOUTHLAKE CINEMANIA presents “THE DRESSMAKER”(Australia) Awickedcomedydrama

& networking intended to inform on some Hindu

CHRISTMAS

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13

starring Kate Winslett. Tickets $10. Sold at Holland

practices. Hindus & interested non-Hindus are

ANNUAL

The

UNITYOFNEWMARKET SUNDAY SERVICE,

Landing & Mount Albert Libraries and at the door at

welcome. Location: Newmarket Community

Anglican Church Women of St. James the

10:30 am at Newmarket Public Library, 438

6:30pm. Silvercity Theatre Newmarket. Film 7pm.

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

Apostle are hosting their annual Christmas

Park Avenue. “THE POWER OF RECEIVING -

www.southlakecinemania.com

Newmarket. For more info contact Ranji Singh

Bazaar in the Parish Hall at 18794 Leslie

Are YOU a GOOD Receiver?” “Giving opens

Foundation: 289-803-1670.

Street, Sharon from 9am to 1pm. Baking,

the way for receiving.”(Florence Scovell

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15

crafts, giftware, silent auction and more!

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

READY SET READ is hosting an information/

www.unitynewmarket.com

supportive night for parents of kids with

NOVEMBER 11 & 12 GIFT

CRAFT SALE Danube Seniors Centre, 715

SHOW The Historic Leaskdale Church becomes a

Simcoe Road Bradford. Craft Sale 9am to

NOVEMBER 13 & 27

treasure house of beautiful gifts, home furnishings,

1pm. Crafts made by our wood shop and

FREE

decorations, confections, handmade accessories,

craft room, bake table, silent auction, white

CONVERSATION

paintingsandcrafts.Lunchandhomemadepiebythe slice will be available. Nov 11 – 4-7pm. Nov 12 – 10am-

MAUD’S

FAVOURITE

THINGS

dyslexia, ADD/ADHD. Come learn & support one another. 7-9pm. 171 Main St. S. Unit 3C,

LANGUAGE

Newmarket. Call ahead to book a seat at 905-

This

group

252-7426 or email readysetread@hotmail.

elephant table for crafters, regular white

welcomes adults (from francophones to

com or visit www.dyslexia-readysetread.com

elephant table and lunch will be available.

beginners) looking to put their French

FRENCH GROUP

language CONVERSATION skills into action.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17

FASHIONED

3pm to 5pm. Country Style Deli/Bistro,

PROSTATE CANCER CANADA NETWORK

CHRISTMAS CRAFT SHOW Presented

14980 Yonge St. (just south of the library

Newmarket

St.

by The Grandparent Connection, held at

on the west side) in Aurora. Web: http://bit.

November. Newmarket Seniors Meeting Place,

Elizabeth Seton Church, 17955 Leslie St.,

the Newmarket Community Centre. 10am-

ly/partagez_conversation

474 Davis Drive, Halls 4 & 5, Newmarket.

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

4:30pm. Handcrafted Items, Christmas Café,

York@yahoo.ca.

Lots of fun for the whole family! Hot Lunches,

BIA Info Booth, CHATS Display, Prizes and

3pm. 11850 Durham Regional Rd. 1, Leaskdale, ON.

2ND

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 ANNUAL

CHRISTMAS

BAZAAR

ANNUAL

OLD

INFO Pages

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11

Email: Partagez.

Support

Group

Meeting

for

Meet and greet at 6:30 with meeting 7 to 9pm. Our November meeting will be a peer-to-peer

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INFO Pages

Imagine your home, totally organized!

discussion group. Everyone is welcome. Contact

CHRISTMAS ARTISAN MARKETPLACE

Phone Number: 905-895-1975. Web address:

Hosted by The Salvation Army from 10am to

www.newmarketprostatecancer.com

3pm. Lots of different vendors and hand crafted items for sale. Also includes a draw for a hand-

NOVEMBER 18, 19, 20, 26 & 27

made quilt and tea room. Northridge Community

KINGCRAFTS STUDIO SALE Friday, Nov.

Church, 15338 Leslie Street, Aurora.

18, 1:00-7:00pm; Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 1920 and 26-27 10:00am-4:00pm 12936 Keele

NOVEMBER 19 & 20

Street (just south of King Road), King City. Free

AURORA ARTIST STUDIO TOUR 2016

Admission - Free Parking - No Tax. Over 60 artists

Join Us for the Aurora Artist Studio Tour 2016,

and artisans in one location. Lots to see and buy, and

10am – 4pm. Visit 28 Artists in 8 Studio Locations.

fabulousprizestobewon.Formoreinformationvisit

A chance to win a gift basket of Artistic Delights.

www.kingcrafts.ca or call 905-833-1897.

www.aurorastudiotour.com Contact: Deborah Campo at 905-727-1447 for more information.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 NEWMARKET SANTA CLAUS PARADE

NOVEMBER 19 TO DECEMBER 31

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GALLERY OF FESTIVE TREES At The Elman W. Campbell Museum. Victorian, Edwardian

CHRISTMAS GIFT SHOP SALE ELMAN W.

or Retro, there’s something for everyone. Open

CAMPBELL MUSEUM Get a jump on your

during Museum hours. Free admission. For

Christmas shopping. Unique gifts, antiques,

more information call 905-953-5314, email:

glassware, Christmas decorations, home décor

elmanmuseum@rogers.com or visit Newmarket.

and much more. 9:30am to 2:30pm. Cash only.

ca/museum. 134 Main Street South, Newmarket.

Presented by the Friends of the Museum. All proceeds benefit the museum. For info call 905-

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20

953-5314 or email: elmanmuseum@rogers.com

LADIES AUXILIARY CHRISTMAS BAZAAR.

134 Main Street South, Newmarket.

Royal Canadian Legion, Br. 426, 707 Srigley St, Newmarket. 10am to 3pm.

MINISTERIAL MEETING Regional meeting for ECAMFC Ministers and Candidates. At the Barton

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22

Residence, 17290 Leslie St. Newmarket. 11am - 1pm.

CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY

Parking at the No Frills Plaza. Interested in becoming

WOMEN Aurora/Newmarket (CFUW) meets

Ordained? Please join us. Refreshments.

at Royal Canadian Legion, 105 Industrial Pkwy. N. Doors open at 7pm for meeting at 7:30pm. CFUW

CHRISTMAS

40% OFF

BAZAAR

Temperanceville

provides an opportunity for ANY woman seeking

United Church (corner of King Rd. & Bathurst St.

friendship, activities, social activism & community

Richmond Hill). 10am to 2pm. Fill your Christmas

involvement. For more information contact

baking needs or your freezer & pantry for the

www.cfuwauroranewmarket.com or Syl 905-

winter! Choose from our harvest tables of goodies

836-4291. This meeting, author Elizabeth Gillian

– Mix & Match cookies, squares & tarts, fruit/meat

Muir will be discussing her book “Canadian Women

pies,pickles,relishes/chilisauce,jams/cranberries,

intheSky:100YearsofFlight”-Come&checkusout!

individual meals/casseroles, soups, homemade

Plus Free Installation

crafts, our fresh hot luncheon & much more!

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24 BOND HEAD/BRADFORD GARDEN CLUB

With incoming order, at time of purchase only.

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BAZAARHosted by

General Meetings are held at the Danube

Bradford United Church Women. 10:30am

Seniors Leisure Centre on the 4th Thursday of the

to 2pm. A hearty luncheon is available for $10/

month from March to June & from September

person. Various items for purchase: baked goods,

to November. Today’s Meeting: Elections &

plants, books, quilting, gift baskets & the wares

Installation of Officers & Directors, Awards

of local artisans. Silent Auction. 66 Barrie St., in

Presentations, Hands On Table Arrangements.

Bradford. To rent a table contact the Church at

For information call Gloria at 705-458-4598.

905-775-7268, (fee $30 for table rental). Come

www.gardenontario.org/site/php/bondhead

out & do some early Christmas shopping.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26

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THE AURORA COMMUNITY BAND 5TH

AUCTION Hosted by The Catholic Women’s

ANNUAL HOLIDAY MARKET 10am to 2pm.

League of Our Lady of Grace Church in Lynett

at the Aurora Cultural Centre, 22 Church Street.

Hall. 9am to 2pm. Bake sale, all day draw, silent

Local vendors, one of a kind raffles, homemade

auction and hot lunch. Monies raised benefits

holiday treats and a visit from Santa Claus.

many local organizations. Please join us and do

Shoppers can enjoy holiday classics performed

some pre-Christmas shopping as you support

by Aurora’s own Community Band, as well as a

non-profit and charitable organizations in our

variety of musical ensembles. Admission is free.

community at the same time.

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Avenue. “ADVENT - A Spiritual Preparation for

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2

$20 each: Includes entertainment, refreshments,

IT The best way to read Shakespeare’s plays is

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

SIMPLE GIFTS WITH THE NEWMARKET

raffles & more! Location: Victory Baptist Church,

aloud with friends. Join us once a month on the

www.unitynewmarket.com

CITIZENS BAND & SPECIAL GUESTS

18408 Yonge St., East Gwillimbury Doors open

TAKE NOTE Join the Newmarket Citizens

at 1:30. Showtime is at 2:00pm. For info & tickets contact Marla at yhctickets@gmail.com

last Saturday afternoon of each month. It’s free and fun! 1-4pm. Newmarket Public Library.

AURORA COMMUNITY OF SPECIAL

Band and Take Note for some classical and

For more information call 905-953-5110.

OLYMPICS FUNDRAISER 8TH ANNUAL

seasonal favourites. We have prepared a

ARTISAN & CRAFTERS SALE 10am to 3pm

very special holiday musical treat. Tickets

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4

36TH ANNUAL VICTORIAN TEA Enjoyataste

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through. For more information, please call Luanne

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REMEMBRANCE DAY EVENTS AURORA NOV. 5TH | Remembrance Dinner: hosted by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #385. 105 Industrial Pkwy. N. $25/person. Cocktails begin at 5:30pm & dinner starts at 6pm. Entertainment provided at 8pm. Info: 905-727-9932. NOV. 6TH | Parade & Service: The march will form at Dr. G.W. Williams S.S. on Dunning Ave. & proceed west to Yonge St. then south on Yonge to the Aurora Cenotaph, arriving at 10:45am. The Ceremony will take place at 11am. NOV. 11TH | Ceremony & Service: at the Aurora Cenotaph.

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BRADFORD NOV. 5TH | Remembrance Day Dinner: Bradford Legion on 115 Back St. Tickets $20/person and must be purchased in advance. Veterans & spouses eat for free. Cocktails will be served at 6pm. Dinner is at 7pm. Info: 905-775-5025. For free dinner tickets for Veterans and spouses contact Ron Harmer at 905-830-4595. NOV. 6TH | Parade: 12:30pm-2:30pm. The parade begins at the TSC plaza at 12:30 and march off begins at 1pm. A wreath will be placed at the Legion followed by a light lunch. Cenotaph service will be conducted at the Legion following the parade. NOV. 11TH | Cenotaph Service 10:30 am at the Legion at 115 Back St. EAST GWILLIMBURY NOV. 11TH | Remembrance Day Ceremony: 10:30am at the Civic Centre located at 19000 Leslie St. in Sharon. Following the service, light refreshments served.

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MOUNT ALBERT NOV. 6TH | Remembrance Day Service: 10:30am service at Mount Albert United Church on Alice St. Following the service will be the laying of the wreath at the Memorial Gates on Main Street. Lunch to follow at the Legion Branch 382 at 31 Princess Street. KETTLEBY NOV. 6TH | Remembrance Day Ceremony: 12 noon at the Cenotaph located at 631 Kettleby Rd. Info: Odette McIntyre: 416-301-7846 or kettleby.cemetery@gmail.com. SCHOMBERG NOV. 11TH | Remembrance Day Ceremony: 10:30am at the Schomberg Cenotaph in front of the TRISAN Centre: 25 Dillane Dr. Organized by the Schomberg Lions Club & the Schomberg Agricultural Society. NEWMARKET NOV. 5TH | Remembrance Day Gathering: The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 426 is hosting. 707 Srigley St. Begins at 8pm. Plan to attend & bring your friends. Free admission. Special Remembrance Day Service by Branch 426 Colour Party. 905-895-5481. NOV. 6TH | Parade: The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 426 is hosting. Beginning at Water & Doug Duncan Dr. Ends at Veterans Memorial Park at D’Arcy & Church Sts. Form up begins at 1pm & march off is at 1:30pm. NOV. 11TH | The Newmarket Veterans Association Remembrance Day Service: 11am at Newmarket Cemetery located at 112 Main St. N. Info: 905-895-7321.


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Recipe of the Month (NC) -

Lemon Rice with Crispy Salmon

Ingredients: • • • • • • • • •

2 pouches Minute Rice Jasmine Rice  3/4 cup frozen peas, thawed  1/4 cup sliced green onion  2 tbsp lemon juice  4 skin-on salmon fillets (5 to 6 oz/140 to 170 g each)  1/2 tsp salt  1/4 tsp pepper  2 tbsp canola oil  Lemon wedges

Directions: Step 1: Cook rice according to package directions. Add peas during the last minute of cooking; stir in half of the green onion, and lemon juice. Step 2: Meanwhile, using a sharp knife, score skin side of salmon, slicing 1/2-inch (1 cm) across and about 1/4-inch (5 mm) deep; season all over with salt and pepper. Step 3: In large, heavy-bottom skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat; cook salmon skin side down for about 5 minutes or until skin is golden brown and crispy. Turn over; cook for 2 or 3 minutes or until fish is just cooked through and flakes easily with a fork. Serve with rice and lemon wedges. Sprinkle with remaining green onion. For simple 1+1+1 meal ideas and inspiration, visit Thirdoftheway.ca or share your #weekdaywin on social media to inspire others.

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Put 1/2 cup baking soda into a pint-sized mason jar. Stir in 10-12 drops of your favorite essential oil or blend.

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Place a piece of fabric over the jar, then seal with the band.

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Shake your air freshener jar frequently to keep the fresh scent activated. If you notice that the scent starts to fade, simply add 4-5 drops of additional essential oil to jar.


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