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This Month IN HISTORY FAMOUS AUGUST BIRTHDAYS If you are an August baby, then you are likely a Leo (born between July 23 – August 22) or a Virgo (born between August 23 – September 22). Leos possess a positive outlook on life. They are great achievers that set examples for others. Leos are loyal friends and lovers. They are brave and fearless and are natural leaders. Does this sound like you? If so, you are not alone. There are many powerful people that share the Leo sign. James Francis Cameron was born in Kapuskasing, Ontario on August 16, 1954. This Leo has definitely made a name for himself as a great achiever in the movie industry. He is a director, producer, screenwriter and editor. He is best known for his Oscar winning movie Titanic. Cameron won Best Director and the film won Best Picture in 1998. Titanic took home 11 Oscars in all. Cameron has worked on several noteworthy films in his career and created another box-office smash in 2009. Avatar was a fan favourite. Cameron was nominated for Best Director and the movie was a Nominee for Best Picture. In the same province and a few years earlier, another leader was born. Robert Keith Rae, more commonly known as Bob, was born on August 2, 1948. This Leo made a name for himself in the political world. A prominent lawyer and community activist, Rae was elected
into federal politics in 1978. He served from 1978-1982 before turning to provincial politics. Rae was an MPP from 1982 until 1986. He was Premier of Ontario from 1990-1995. Things changed for Rae in 1995 when the NDP was defeated in Ontario. Rae resigned as leader and MPP in 1996 and joined the law firm of Goodmans LLP. After becoming disenchanted with the NDP party, Rae joined the Liberal Party and ran for its leadership in 2006. While Leos dominate most of the month of August, there is still another sign that cannot be ignored: Virgo. Virgos are loyal, analytical, kind, hardworking and practical. They pay attention to small details and they leave nothing to chance. They can be described as perfectionists. It takes a lot of commitment and hard work to make it in the entertainment world. As a Virgo, Shania Twain has definitely left nothing to chance. Twain was born August 28, 1965 in Windsor, Ontario. She started writing music when she was only 10 years old. Twain stormed onto the charts in 1995 with her 2nd album The Woman in Me. Her 1997 album Come On Over became the bestselling album of all time by a female musician in any genre, and the best-selling country album of all time. It sold more than 40 million copies worldwide. Twain won 5 Grammy awards before stepping out of the spotlight in 2008. She returned to the entertainment world in 2012 to perform a series of shows in Las Vegas. www.bornglorious.com/birthday/?ct=/m/0d060g&pd=08 www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/robert-keith-bob-rae/ www.astrology-zodiac-signs.com/zodiac-signs/virgo/ www.biography.com/people/shania-twain-9542122
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http://bit.ly/partagez_conversation Email: Partagez.York@yahoo.ca.
Visit our branch or website to see the many programs we have to offer including: Poutine
TUESDAY, AUGUST 8
or email us at email@example.com or visit
Bar, Celebrate Canadian Animals, Bubbles,
NEWMARKET GARDEN CLUB Meetings are
Bubbles Everywhere, Ice Cream Party, Magical
held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 8pm
Maple Trees, Soft Circuits as well as weekly
at the Newmarket Community Centre –Lions
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16
GREENTIGER Exercising is good for
clubs Story-Bop, Discovery Club, Maker
Hall, Doug Duncan Drive, Newmarket. The topic
MEN’S PROBUS CLUB OF NEWMARKET
muscle tone & respiration. Internal
Madness, etc. Holland Landing Branch, 19513
is “The May West of the Garden” with Trish
Meeting the third Wednesday each month at
exercise enhances the health of bones,
Yonge St. 905-836-6492 & Mount Albert
Symons. Members enjoy our annual summer
Seton Hall (17955 Leslie Street) from 10am
connecting tissues & organs. Tai Qi & Qi
Branch, 19300 Centre St.
Garden Tour, Bus Trip, & November Potluck
to noon. Call Jay at 905-727-4089 or come
Kung are basic internal exercises & when
905-473-2472. See more details at
Dinner. There is a nominal guest charge at the
to a meeting.
practiced for health are called Neigong.
door or sign up to become a member for the 2017 year. Visit www.gardenewmarket.ca.
ORTA HIKES Come & join us on our hikes
MONDAY, AUGUST 21
Classes for all levels & ages.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 17
FREE FRENCH LANGUAGE
on over 300km of moraine trail! ORTA offers
AUGUST 8-11, 14-18, 21-25
CONVERSATION GROUP This group
THURSDAY, AUGUST 24
guided hikes of all difficulties & lengths,
SUMMER CAMPS Full week offerings
welcomes adults (from francophones to
FREE FRENCH LANGUAGE
weekdays & weekends. Some are targeted at
of summer camp. Before & after care is
beginners) looking to put their French language
CONVERSATION GROUP This group
families; others are oriented towards adults
available. Recommended ages 5 to 12.
CONVERSATION skills into action. 6pm to 8pm.
welcomes adults (from francophones to
while others have a strong nature focus.
Pre-registration is required. Visit www.
Covernotes Tea & Coffee House, 10268 Yonge
beginners) looking to put their French
Hike schedules & related information can be
townofws.ca/museum or call 905-727-
St. (beside the Richmond Hill Centre for the
language CONVERSATION skills into
found under the ‘Hiking’ tab at
8954 for details!
Performing Arts). Web: http://bit.ly/partagez_
action. 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Tim Horton’s,
conversation Email: Partagez.York@yahoo.ca.
17310 Yonge St. (just north of the York
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10
Region Administrative Centre, west side).
TEDDY BEAR TEA Bring your children
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18
EXHIBIT: 150 YEARS YONGE –
& their favourite teddy bears for a
NORTH UNION ANNUAL FREE CORN
HILLARY HOUSE NATIONAL HISTORIC
fun morning of bear-themed activities
ROAST The North Union Hall in EG is
SITE. In celebration of Canada 150, looks
including a story, craft & snack!
Celebrating Canada’s 150 with our famous
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26
at one of the countries most famous
Recommended ages 3 to 8. $5 per child.
annual Corn Roast! Come out & enjoy a
TREASURES SALE 8am to 11am, come to
streets, Yonge Street, and how it has
10-11am. Pre-registration is required.
bbq, car show, face painting & musical
Bradford United Church (66 Barrie Street in
impacted the shaping of our nation.
entertainment from Ken Blyth with the band
Bradford, telephone 905-775-7268) to make a
Beginning with its Aboriginal origins to
Reminiscing…all free of charge. Events starts
donation to the Church, & make some treasures
at 5pm & ends at dusk. Come out & celebrate
your own. Proceeds support Bradford United
today, Hillary House presents 15 narratives, one for each decade of confederation,
SUNDAY, AUGUST 13
with us! We look forward to seeing you there!
Church & its charities. If you have goods that you
sharing this history of the street it stands
UNITY OF NEWMARKET (SOON TO BE
Location: 2624 Boag Road, Queensville.
wish to sell at prices you determine, a table may
on. 15372 Yonge Street, Aurora.
UNITY OF YORK REGION) SUNDAY SERVICE
- 10:30 am at Newmarket Public Library, 438
RESIDENTIAL MARGARET BAHEN
Park Ave. “THE POWER OF FORGIVENESS”
HOSPICE BEING BUILT IN NEWMARKET
AUGUST 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 23
be rented for $15 – contact the Church regarding table rentals. Hope to see you at the Treasures Sale!
- Making Peace with the Past. “Do not judge
Under the stars, glow in the dark, 3 hole golf &
EUCHRE PARTY AT BRADFORD UNITED
DISCOVERY DAYS FOR KIDS: HILLARY
& you will not be judged. Do not condemn &
camping at Pheasant Run Golf Course. $45 for
CHURCH The Church is located at 66 Barrie Street
HOUSE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE.
you will not be condemned. Forgive & you will
a family of 5. Buy tickets at snapd.at/pew4jd6.
in Bradford (telephone 905-775-7268). 1:30 to
Join the Aurora Historical Society for the
be forgiven.” (Luke 6:37) Info: 416-627-2380,
Mary Ann Slattery 905-853-3467.
3:30pm. Tickets $10/person & obtained at the door.
return of our summer children’s programs
Discovery Days for Kids! Each will consist
of a kid friendly tour of Hillary House
Proceeds support Bradford United Church & its ONTARIO EARLY YEARS, YORK NORTH
charities. Refreshments & prizes will be provided.
Registration for September & October
Come & join us for an enjoyable social afternoon of cards. We look forward to seeing you.
National Historic Site, followed by a fun
44TH ANNUAL ANTIQUE & CLASSIC
programs begins at 1pm for infant programs
heritage craft or activity. Programs include
CAR SHOW Join us as Exhibitors from across
(those under 12 months) & 2pm for all other
Medical Detectives, Nature Seekers, Arts
southern Ontario display their prized antique &
programs. Registration will be completed by
SUNDAY, AUGUST 27
& Crafts, & our ever popular Dig It! For
classic cars. 11am to 4pm. Enjoy all this family
phone only. All programs are free & centres
UNITY OF NEWMARKET (SOON TO BE
more information, contact Leigha at (905)
event has to offer, including live entertainment,
offer registered programs as well as drop-in,
UNITY OF YORK REGION) - SUNDAY
727-8991. Time: 1:30-3:30pm, 15372 Yonge
food vendors, & heritage activities. Rain date:
resources & referrals. Visit us on-line at www.
SERVICE - 10:30 am, at Newmarket Public
Street, Aurora Ontario.
August 20th. Admission: $5.00 (children under
yorkchild.ca or at our main sites: Newmarket –
Library, 438 Park Avenue. “I CAN SEE
3 free); $15.00 per family of up to 4. Visit www.
17310 Yonge Street – 905-853-0754, Georgina
CLEARLY NOW - Seeing Obstacles as Divine
townofws.ca/museum for details!
(Keswick) – 70 Biscayne Blvd. – 905-476-3834.
Gifts”. “The lowest points in our lives can be
our greatest teachers when we recognize the
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 UNITY OF NEWMARKET (SOON TO
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15
SUNDAY, AUGUST 20
Divine at work in every experience.” (Wayne
BE UNITY OF YORK REGION) - BOOK
EAST GWILLIMBURY GARDENERS/
FREE FRENCH LANGUAGE
Dyer). Info: 416-627-2380, 905-830-0331,
STUDY & DISCUSSION GROUP - 7:30 to
EAST GWILLIMBURY GARDEN &
CONVERSATION GROUP This group
9 pm at Budokan Judo Club, Unit 3, 620
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Join us from 6:30
welcomes adults (from francophones to
Steven Court, Newmarket. Summer Study
to 8:30pm when we will be holding our annual
beginners) looking to put their French
MONDAY, AUGUST 28
Series - Various articles & booklets by
Celebration of Gardens & annual Flower Show. Food
language CONVERSATION skills into
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SEPTEMBER 11 TO OCTOBER 26
enjoy pampering spa services, wine tasting & a
museum history hunt and go on a self-guided
Annual Family Picnic. 4:30 – 7:30pm. Join
YOGA FOR THE MATURE BODY
unique ‘dine-in-the-dark’ experience. Fabulous live &
tour of historic Main Street. Free admission.
the LDAYR for an afternoon of fun for
CARP – Newmarket Aurora Chapter #44
silent auctions, raffle & an incredible beauty product
Hours: 10am – Noon and 1-4pm. For more
families & children of all ages! Contact:
presents FREE Community Yoga Classes. 3-4pm
swag bag round out this ultimate girls’ night out.
information, please visit us at
905-884-7933 ext 23 or firstname.lastname@example.org
at Chartwell Hollandview Trail Retirement
Local firefighters will also be on hand to lend their
Residence, 200 John West Way, Aurora. Please
support. For more information & tickets, visit
bring a bottle of water, snacks will be provided.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 AURORA GREEN DRINKS Interested in
Space is limited! RSVP by August 31st to Diane
connecting with community members who are
Hanson at 905-836-8210.
ANNUAL FALL FAIR St. James the Apostle will
passionate about the environment & sustainable development? Location: Aw Shucks Seafood
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
be hosting their annual Fall Fair at 18794 Leslie
Bar & Bistro, 15230 Yonge Street, Aurora. Free.
SAFE & SOUND Enjoy a morning out for just
Street, Sharon from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. The fair will
PSYCHOTHERAPY & EFT Do you feel stalled in
Contact: email@example.com or 905-
$6. (first-timers $4). Bethel Christian Reformed
include baking, produce, books, & garage sale
your life? Unable to move through a situation, find
503-5008 for more information.
Church, 333 Davis Drive, Newmarket. Please
items as well as a barbeque with bacon on a
a solution, improve a relationship, release your fears
Lug-a-Mug. Babysitting provided upon request.
bun & activities for kids.
& anxiety, enjoy life? Psychotherapy can provide a
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30
safe space for support & insight. Extended health
Feature: York Regional Police Community Services:
THE TUMBLE TOT CO. & TORNADOS
Fraud…are you at risk? Music & Speaker: Dianne
STOP AND SHOP 3rd Annual IODE Holland
benefits available. Patzia Gonzalez, Registered
GYMNASTICS - Open House. 4 - 7pm.
Ticknor, “The Art of Thankfulness”. Presented by
Landing Vendor Show. 8am to 2pm. Newmarket
Psychotherapist, CRPO. 905-235-0547; patziagb@
1-1166 Gorham Street, Newmarket.
Newmarket Christian Women’s Connection in
Community Center & Lions Hall, Room 2, 200 Doug
Association with RSVP Ministries. For Reservations
Duncan Drive. EVERYONE is welcome! Many great
& Cancellations please call Marietta at
vendors! Come out & support IODE Holland Landing.
SEPTEMBER 1 TO NOVEMBER 30
905-895-9312 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
AN ARTIST’S EYE: NEWMARKET’S PAST THROUGH THE BRUSH & PENCIL OF
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
BRAD JONES SHOTOKAN KARATE-DO & FITNESS CENTRE New courses starting in
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
Shotokan Karate, Jiu Jitsu, Judo, Aikido, Fitness
LADIES AUXILIARY YARD SALE R.C.L. Branch
Kickboxing, Yoga & Zen meditation. 244 Main St. S.,
GEORGE LUESBY The Elman W. Campbell
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEETING
426, 707 Srigley St., Newmarket. 9am to 1pm.
Newmarket. Please call 905-895-9636 for further
Museum will host a retrospective of the art of
Amnesty International Aurora-Newmarket Group
Rain inside. Shine outside. Tables available for $15.
George Luesby. These are made up of historical
holds their monthly meeting 7:30-9pm to discuss
Contact Ann at 905-251-4513.
representations of architectural gems of
current human rights issues & write appeal letters.
Newmarket, portraying street scenes & buildings
Held at Trinity Anglican Church (in The Rectory
BRADFORD UNITED CHURCH - GALA
ISTRESSED? When someone has been stuck
which no longer exist in their original state. Free
building behind the church), 79 Victoria St., Aurora
MURDER MYSTERY DINNER. The murder
for a while, is anxious, or feeling emotionally off
admission. On display from September 1 to
– all welcome! Free. For more information call
mystery is entitled “Murder at the Deadwood
balance, there is a need for knowledgeable support.
November 30, 2017. For more information please
Renee at 905-713-6713. Website: www.amnesty.
Saloon”. The event will be held at Bradford United
A psychotherapist can provide that support – a safe
visit us at http://www.newmarket.ca/museum.
ca & amnestyaurora.wordpress.com
Church, 66 Barrie Street in Bradford. Tickets are
place where concerns can be understood & worked
$35.00 per person, & can be obtained by contacting
through. For more information, please call Luanne
the Church at 905-775-7268. The final day for
Jakobi, Registered Psychotherapist, CRPO, Clinical
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
ANXIOUS? DEPRESSED? EMOTIONALLY
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL AT THE
BEREAVED FAMILIES OF ONTARIO~
purchasing tickets is Monday, September 25th. A
Member - Ontario Society of Psychotherapists, 905-
AURORA FARMERS MARKET (TOWN
YORK REGION 10th Annual Memorial
gourmet dinner with dessert will be served. Wine
726-4341 or email email@example.com
PARK) Amnesty’s Aurora-Newmarket Group will
Butterfly Release on September 16th at
or beer may also be purchased. There will also be a
be present at the Aurora Farmers Market. 8am-1pm.
Fairy Lake Park. Contact (905) 898-6265 for
silent auction/sale of goods. Doors open at 5:30 pm
CRYSTAL REFLEXOLOGY EST. 1995 Painful
Drop by & find out more about how Amnesty
more details! We hope to see you there!
on September 30th. Hope to see you there to find
Feet? Numbness or Tingling Due to Diabetes?
out “Who did it?”
Plantar Fasciitis? Arthritis? Relief from your
International helps ordinary people stand up against human rights abuses around the world. Our group
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
ASSOCIATION OF YORK REGION
discomfort is just a call away at 905-954-5512 for
meets monthly from September to May. For more
DEAFBLIND ONTARIO SERVICES
CULTURE DAYS OPEN HOUSE
a Soothing 1 hour Foot Massage. Gift certificates
info: Renee 905-713-6713.
Join us at the Club at Bond Head for the 12th annual
Elman W. Campbell Museum. Featuring our First
available for all occasions. Visit
www.amnesty.ca - amnestyaurora.wordpress.com.
Indulge Your Senses fundraising event. Guests will
World War display and special commemorative
display Canada 150: Do You Remember? Try a
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MAKE A DONATION FOR HOSPICE Join the fun & raise money for our York Region Residential Hospice build. Go to #facepiechallenge, video your whipped cream pie face & donate
MAX MEDITATION SYSTEMTM ON MONDAY NIGHTS
at southlakefoundation.ca/facepiechallenge follow us on @
Learn to meditate deeply with ease, to achieve the relaxation &
revitalization you deserve. Spiritual lineage classes, such as Sacred
Years in Newmarket
Geometry, Astral Travel, & the Empower Thyself Initiation are also
COURT OF BLARNEY TOASTMASTERS 1st, 3rd & 5th
available. For details, check schedule at jeannievassos.ca 905-717-
Wednesday of the month. 7:30-9:30pm. Newmarket Public Library,
5907, Bayview/Mulock area, Newmarket.
438 Park Ave. 5591.toastmastersclubs.org Building communication & leadership skills.
EXHIBIT: CANADA’S 150TH – THEN & NOW Ongoing through Saturday, December 9. Let’s take a look back in honour of Canada’s
LEARNING DISABILITIES ASSOCIATION OF YORK
150th birthday! What was life like in our community in the early
REGION Social Skills Summer Camp. Ages 8-12. August 14-21.
years & has our identity changed? What type of tools & inventions
Call 905-884-7933 ext. 23 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
has survived the test of time & which have been replaced by “improved models”? This exhibit is available to be seen during
THE TOWNS OF YORK TOASTMASTERS We meet the 2nd,
the Museum’s regular hours of operation & is included in general
4th & 5th Wednesday evening of each month at the Aurora Senior’s
admission. Visit www.townofws.ca/museum for details!
Center; meetings are from 7 to 9pm. Toastmasters International is
a dynamic organization for people who are interested in improving
AURORA FARMERS MARKET Come & join us at the Aurora
their communication & leadership skills. 90 John West Way, Aurora,
Farmers Market & Artisan Fair held every Saturday, 8am to 1pm,
until October, at the Aurora Town Park, corner of Wells St., & Mosley St. in Aurora.
LEARNING DISABILITIES ASSOCIATION OF YORK REGION ABCs 123s Tutor Program. Build skills that parents
Brad Jones MARTIAL ARTS & FITNESS SINCE 1976
Classes Begin September 11th • J.K.A. Shotokan Karate-Do • Fitness Kick-Boxing • Aikido • Jiu Jitsu • Kali (Filipino Martial Arts) • Zen Meditation • T’ai Chi
New Classes Offered In: • Kali (Filipino Martial Arts)
• Classes for adults and children • Fully equipped gym
FREE ZUMBA IN THE PARK Zumba Class at Riverwalk
need to effectively encourage their children’s emerging literacy
Commons at the Farmers market every Saturday morning between
& numeracy skills. The program works by using trained volunteer
8-9am. Open to the public. It will be hosted by instructors from the
tutors who will work one-on-one with both parents & children. For
Move Fitness & sponsored by Main Street Realty & RBC Insurance.
information call 905-884-7933 ext 24 or Email: email@example.com
LUESBY ART DISPLAY Coming in September.The Elman
W. Campbell Museum will host a retrospective of the art of
EXHIBIT: 150 YEARS YONGE – HILLARY HOUSE
George Luesby.These are made up of historical representations
NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE In celebration of Canada 150, the
of architectural gems of Newmarket, portraying street scenes &
Aurora Historical Society looks at one of the country’s most famous
buildings which no longer exist in their original state. Free admission.
streets, Yonge Street, & how it has impacted the shaping of our
Open during regular museum hours. For more information please
nation. Beginning with its Aboriginal origins to today, Hillary House
call 905-953-5314, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at
presents 15 narratives, one for each decade of confederation,
sharing the history of the street it stands on. 15372 Yonge Street, Aurora Ontario. (905)727-8991.
FRIENDS IN BRADFORD (EUCHRE) Our group is inviting people with the interest of playing Euchre in the Bradford area.
NORTHERN LIGHTS TOASTMASTERS AURORA
There are no membership fees or costs! We play every 3rd Friday
With in-depth feedback we improve our speaking, presentation &
going forward. Please contact us at email@example.com. We have
leadership skills. Town of Aurora, Leksand Room, 100 John West
now expanded to accept members outside of Bradford!! ie:
Way. Guests welcome. Two Mondays a month at 7pm. See dates
Holland Landing, Newmarket, Bond Head, Innisfil (but not limited
to!!) Even Barrie!! KINGCRAFTS IS AN ARTS & CRAFTS GUILD LOCATED IN CANADA 150 DISPLAY The Elman W. Campbell Museum
KING CITY. New members of every skill level are welcome. First
presents a special commemorative display, Canada 150: Do You
2 visits are free. Please visit www.kingcrafts.ca for more info.
Remember? Special displays featuring objects & images from the
story of Canada pre 1867 to the present. On view during regular
YORK SINGLES CLUB If you are over 50 & single, why not join
museum hours, Tuesday to Saturday 10am-Noon & 1-4pm, until
the YORK SINGLES CLUB. Activities include sports, cards, games,
the end of November. Free admission! For more information please
parties, dinners, movies, theatre & pub nights. Join us at a New
visit us at http://www.newmarket.ca/museum.
Member Information Session at the Royal Canadian Legion, 233 Centre Street E., Richmond Hill, 7pm on the last Thursday of the
WOMEN’S PROBUS CLUB OF NEWMARKET Join us at our
month, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at
monthly meeting from 10am to noon at Seton Hall (17955 Leslie
Street) on the fourth Wednesday of most months. Please call Gloria
244 Main St. S., Newmarket
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at 905-836-7388 for more information.
LEARNING DISABILITIES ASSOCIATION OF YORK REGION Become a Volunteer Tutor. An amazing opportunity for
BOND HEAD/BRADFORD GARDEN CLUB Meeting the 4th
those who have a passion to work with children. Call 905-884-
Thursday of every month & all are welcome. 7:30pm. Refreshments
7933 ext. 24 or email email@example.com
will be provided as well. Danube Centre, 715 Simcoe Road, Bradford.
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If you’re suffering from nerve problems in the arms and legs, you must read about a clinical study that showed..
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For example, numerous studies have proven chiropractic’s effectiveness in helping nerve conditions.
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Patients showed an 85.5% resolution of the nerve symptoms after only 9 chiropractic treatments. - Journal of Chiropractic Medicine 2008 With chiropractic care, patients had “significant improvement in perceived comfort and function, nerve conduction and finger sensation overall.” – JMPT 1998 “Significant increase in grip strength and normalization of motor and sensory latencies were noted. Orthopedic tests were negative. Symptoms dissipated.” – JMPT 1994 What these studies mean is that you could soon be enjoying life...without those aggravating nerve problems. Could This Be Your Solution? It’s time for you to find out if chiropractic will be your neuropathy solution. For 14 days only, $35 will get you all the services I normally charge new patients $220 for! What does this offer include? Everything. Take a look at what you will receive: • An in-depth consultation about your health and wellbeing where I will listen…really listen…to the details of your case. • A complete neuromuscular examination. • A full set of specialized x-rays to determine if a spinal problem is contributing to your pain or symptoms… (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 answer your most probing questions about nerve problems and how chiropractic can help. Until August 17, 2017 you can get everything I’ve listed here for only $35. The normal price for this type of evaluation including x-rays is $220, so you’re saving a considerable amount by taking me up on this offer. Call 905-830-1146 now. We can get you scheduled for your consultation, exam and x-rays as soon as there’s an opening.
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Music in the Park from 7 – 8:30pm August 3 – Jason Maxwell (Country/New Country) August 10 – The Flailing Shilaleighs (Celtic, NEWMARKET East coast & Irish) Patsy Cline & the Queens of Country Tribute Thanksgiving tribute to Patsy Cline & the Queens of Country. AugustSpecial 13 – The Newmarket Citizen’s band Spend the evening listening to your favourite classic country songs by (Concert Band) Loretta, Tammy, Kitty and Patsy. August 17 – Whisky River (Folk,Dolly, Rock, Country)
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Recipe of the Month Churro Ice Cream Sundae
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2 cups Great Value Cowmooflage 1 egg, yolk discarded or 1/4 cup egg white 2 cups Corn Flakes, finely crushed 1 tbsp sugar 1 tsp cinnamon Vegetable oil for frying 1 cup whipped topping 1 1/3 cups pineapple tidbits 1 1/3 cups raspberries
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1. Line a rimmed baking sheet with plastic wrap. Using a scoop, place 4, ½-cup balls of ice cream onto the prepared baking sheet. Freeze for 1 hour. Once hardened, shape ice cream with hands to round out bottoms. 2. Whisk egg white until frothy in a medium bowl. Place Corn Flakes in a shallow dish. Dip ice cream in egg to coat completely and then coat in corn flakes. Return to prepared pan and freeze for 4 hours. 3. Stir sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl. Heat 2 inches of oil in medium, heavy-bottomed saucepan to 375°F. Add ice cream in batches of 2 and fry for 15 seconds, turning gently with a slotted spoon. Remove with slotted spoon. 4. Place in 4 bowls, adding a ¼ cup of whipped topping on each. Distribute pineapple and raspberries evenly among the bowls. Sprinkle each sundae with 1 tsp cinnamon sugar. www.newscanada.com
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Craft Corner Glitter Play Slime By: Carmina Pereira
You will need: • 2 teaspoons Borax • 1 1/2 cups water
• 1 bottle of Elmer’s glue • 8 drops red food coloring • Glitter
What to Do: 1. In a small mixing bowl, pour in 1 cup of water and 2 teaspoons of borax powder. Stir the ingredients together until they’re well blended, then set your bowl aside. 2. Pour the entire bottle of Elmer’s glue into a medium sized bowl along with 1/2 cup of water. Stir until well blended, then mix in 8 drops of red food coloring.
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3. Pour in a lot of glitter, then stir it together with your glue mixture. Next, pour in the contents of your small bowl right into the glue-glitter mixture and stir until they become solid. 4. Using your hands, squish the slime together to make it more solid. Form it into a ball away from the liquid and pour the rest of the liquid into the sink. 5. The slime is now ready to play with. Once you’re done playing with the slime, store it in a mason jar or zipped plastic bag to keep fresh.
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By Samantha Forani, Graduate of McMaster University It is no secret that the level of physical activity in youth aged ten to sixteen has been a concern in recent years. Children are more inclined to watch TV, play video games, or scroll on the Internet than be outside and being active. Not to add to the worries of obesity, heart problems, and so on, but recent studies have now shown that a lack of physical activity can directly affect bone health. After looking at a group of boys aged twelve to sixteen, and girls aged ten to fourteen, studies have shown that only about forty-three percent of boys and only nine percent of girls are meeting the recommended sixty minutes of physical activity a day. Approximately thirty six percent of the adult skeleton is developed during adolescence when growth spurts typically happen, and physical activity is critical for developing bone strength and density. A lack of bone strength and density can increase chances of osteoporosis among other ailments when the children reach adulthood. Therefore the couch potato lifestyle many youth have adopted simply will not do. Thankfully there are many ways to encourage physical activity in youth that can solve this problem. First off, those apps on their phones that have them sitting inside staring at that tiny screen can be useful as there are so many apps that encourage physical activity. Combining children’s love of electronics into their activity could definitely increase the odds of them becoming and staying active. This could include step counting apps that encourage children to reach their step goals. Or perhaps racing apps that encourage them and their friends to run. Even indoor games like motion video games that force them to move rather than just sit still could have plenty of impact. I am sure we all remember a certain app last year that involved some cartoon creatures that had clusters of youth and young adults being very active outside trying to catch all of the creatures in the digital world. The best thing to do is find a child’s interest, and turn it into a physical activity. Do they like art? Give them some chalk and let them go crazy on the driveway. Do they like animals? Go on a hike and look for animals in the forest. There are so many ways to encourage physical activity in young children. And even small bursts of physical activity, or an hour a day of physical activity, whatever it may be, will ensure healthy bone development in children, as well as all other benefits that come with exercise and physical activity. Our bones respond to everything from the day we are born, and the investment to a healthy lifestyle needs to be present from the beginning. And if all else fails, just cut the power to the house and leave them with no choice but to be active.
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KIDS’ FALL REGISTRATION INFO Education
Aurora Montessori School. 905-841-0065 Atscott Pre-School Academy. 905-953-KIDS (5437) CGMA Private School in Newmarket. 905-898-6257
Heart-Strings Studio. Violin and Viola Lessons. 905-898-4726 Newmarket School of Fine Art. 905-836-1231 The Piano Studio. 905-895-1844, 905-727-5582
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Dance Studios Aurora. 905-713-0555 York Dance Academy. 905-726-1241 or 1-866-431-YORK Sue’s Dance Centre, Newmarket. 905-895-7469 In Harmony Dance and Wellness. 905-898-6229
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A Community Club Teaching Skating in Aurora since 1953!
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