Page 11

May 6, Inside Wellington - Second Section of The Wellington Advertiser, Friday, June 1, 2011 2012 PAGE PAGE FIFTEEN ELEVEN

Youth art symposium is June 9


*** Learn Taoist Tai Chi™ in a weekend. Open House. 11am. The entire set is given in a special condensed format in a weekend starting Friday June 15, 6-9pm, continuing Saturday June 16, 9am -noon and finishing on Sunday June 17, 9am-12 noon at 54 Cardigan Street Guelph. Call 519-836-7390. *** Old Time Dance. 8pm - 12am. $10/person, light lunch provided. Band - Marion’s Country Band. St. John Parish Centre, 160 Georgina St., Arthur. *** Arthur Legion Br. 226 Pork Roast. Afternoon entertainment. Supper 6pm. Meal $12. For more info. call 519-848-2622. *** Annual Yard and Bake Sale, Faith Lutheran Church. 290 Belsyde Ave. E. Fergus. 8am-12noon. Something for every one. *** Kid’s Bike Rodeo, Child’s Seat Belt Clinic and Official Launch of the Road Watch program. 9am-1pm.. Harriston Community Centre Sponsored by the Town of Minto Safe Community Committee in partnership with the Minto Optimist Club and the Wellington County OPP The top boy and girl will win a new bike. Come see the OPP’s Mounted Police Unit, the OPP Motorcycle Unit and Roll Over Simulator. To book an appointment time for the Child’s Seat Belt clinic, call Marilyn at 519-343-5770.

sun. june 10

Royal Canadian Legion Listowel. Jamboree. Elizabeth St., Listowel. 1-5pm. Roast beef dinner, served at 5pm, $9. Call 519291-2569 for info. *** Sunday Night Showcase Concert - with U-Turn (country band from Kitchener/Cambridge), 7pm; free, Gore Park bandstand, Elmira. *** Music in the Park at the Hillsburgh Historical Park on Trafalgar Rd. Hillsburgh (beside the Exchange Hotel) 2-4pm featuring Southpaw (Bluegrass music). Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy an afternoon of music. If it rains, the performance will be cancelled. Sponsored by The Let’s Get Hillsburgh Growing Committee. For information 519-855-6343 or 519.833.2571. *** Fergus Legion’s Decoration Service with take place at Belsyde Cemetery at 2pm.

Mon. june 11

The Harriston & District Horticultural Society meeting, Minot Community Auditorium. 7:30pm. Speaker: Jim Mabee, Tillsonburg Ontario. Topic: Roses. Door Prizes and refreshments.

Tues. june 12

RCQG June meeting 7-9pm at Three Willows United Church on 577 Willow Road, Guelph. Artist Lyn Barrett-Cowan will be our guest speaker. Guests are welcome to join the meeting for $5 each meeting. Membership is $37 for the full year. For more information, visit the www.royalcityquiltersguild.ca or email Judy. RCQG@gmail.com. *** Guelph Township Youth Horticultural group meet at Pavilion behind Marden Library to make a Bird Bath and learn how to attract birds to your garden. 7pm. Contact Leader: 519-836-9535 for more info. Club is open to youth 6 to 18, and parents are encouraged to remain and assist the leader.

Wed. june 13

The Grand Quilt Guild meets on the second Wednesday of each month, at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 275, 500 Blair Street, Fergus. All are welcome - door open at 7pm and meeting concludes at 9:30pm. *** Euchre, Harriston Legion 296, Start at 8pm, light lunch provided. $5 per person. Bring a Partner. For more information call 3382843.

Thurs. june 14

Arthur Agricultural Society meeting. 7:30pm. Upstairs Hall. Arthur Community Centre. All Welcome.

Fri. june 15

Listowel Ham Supper /Garden Party at the Listowel Agricultural Hall. A family affair for all ages. Adults $12.50, children $5, pre-schoolers free. For advance tickets please call Gloria 519-2913648 or Bev 519-291-4400 ext 3. *** Until August 24, the Fergus `New to You` shop located at 695 St. David Street North will be open until 7:30pm on Tuesday and Friday evenings. Proceeds from sales at the shop are donated to Groves Hospital. *** Minto Safe Community Committee Youth Dance 7-10pm. Harriston Legion. End of School Beach party with a limbo Contest. Entry is $4. Drinks and pizza will be available for sale. For further information, please contact Todd Pridham at 519-3233130. *** All U Can Eat Wing/Pub Night. Harriston Legion Branch 296. Entertainment provided. 6:30pm till we run out, $12 per person. Call 519-338-2843. *** 2012 Mixed 3 Pitch Tournament, Harriston Legion 296. Entry

Fee $175 per team. Guaranteed 3 Games. Four Girl Minimum on Field. Food Available all day. Prize Table, Home run Derby. For more information contact stevechambers99@hotmail.com. *** Rummage Sale. Three day sale Fri- Sat, Mon., 8-4pm. Clothing, books, household items and baking. Melville United Church, 300 Tower St. Fergus (across from Post Office). 519-787-0570. *** Arthur Legion Br. 226 Wing Night 6-8pm. All you can eat $12. No take outs. Entertainment.

sat. june 16

Yard and Bake Sale St. John’s United Church, Belwood. 8-1pm. Proceeds to building Fund. Something for everyone. *** Sunrise Galloping Gourmets Charity Fundraiser at the Sunrise Farm in Puslinch, 2:30-7pm. Celebrity meet and greet: Celebrity Chef Kary Osmond - CBC’s ‘Best Recipes Ever’ and Host: Tommy Hunter – ‘Canada’s Country Gentleman’, gourmet dining, live and silent auction, children’s riding demos. For info. and tickets call Lynne at 519-837-0558 ext. 31. *** The Annual Puslinch Lake Home Tour. Five lake homes will be on view. 10am to 4pm. Boat departure is 10am from the Old Marina restaurant dock at a cost of $25/person. Land tickets are $20/person using your vehicle. Tickets can be purchased at the Old Marina. For more information call: 519-658-0367 or 519220-0582. *** Rockwood & District Lioness and Lions Clubs present “The Good Brothers”. 5th Annual Dinner and Dance. Dinner 6pm, dance 9pm. Rockmosa Community Centre. $30 per person. For tickets call 519-856-9419 or 519-856-9650.

ELORA - The Rural Youth Artist Group presents its fourth art symposium on June 9 at the Elora Legion from 11am to 3pm. The Symposium is meant to explore alternative urban art forms. The event will feature a number of talks and demonstrations by professional artists such as DJ BNuts, tattoo artist Andrew Ottenhoff and graffiti writer Zaque Cheetham. The presentations will be followed by a free pizza lunch and group discussion.

“We are hoping to break some commonly held stereotypes about urban art forms,” said project researcher Katie Southwood. Chelsea Campbell, a fellow project researcher, added, “It’s bound to be quite an experience.” All are welcome to attend. Volunteers are needed for the event. The group encourages students in need of volunteer hours to sign up. For information or to be a part of the event email Trish VanKatwyk at tvankatwyk@gmail.com.

Skier honoured by city GUELPH Erin Mielzynski, who made history in March when she became the first Canadian woman to win a World Cup slalom race since 1971, was recently honoured by Guelph council. But first, Mielzynski stop ped by her former high school, Bishop Macdonell, where she was recognized at an all-school assembly. In addition to speaking to the students, Erin met with faculty, student leaders and athletes. That evening, Mielzynski was celebrated at a Guelph council meeting, where Mayor Karen Farbridge made a special presentation. Mielzynski, now 21, made history on March 4 in Ofterschwang, Germany when

she became the first Canadian woman to win a World Cup slalom race since Betsy Clifford in 1971. Mielzynski is a former water-skier who won a silver medal at the 2006 world waterskiing junior championships before focusing full-time on alpine skiing. The Georgian Peaks Ski Club member has been part of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team since 2008 and made her Olympic debut at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, BC, finishing 20th in the slalom. She finished 16th in slalom at the 2011 world championships. Following her win in Germany this year, Mielzynski is ranked 13th in the world.

Sun. June 17

Sunday Morning Community Family Breakfast at Fergus Legion, 500 Blair Street. 9-11:30am. $6 per person, $3 kids under 10. Everyone is welcome. *** Sunday Night Showcase Concert - with Randy Morrison & Flat River, 7pm; free, Gore Park bandstand, Elmira. *** Music in the Park at the Hillsburgh Historical Park on Trafalgar Rd. Hillsburgh (beside the Exchange Hotel) 2-4pm featuring Maximum 60 (50’s & 60’s music). Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy an afternoon of music. If it rains, the performance will be cancelled. Sponsored by The Let’s Get Hillsburgh Growing Committee. For information 519-855-6343 or 519-833-2571. *** Last community breakfast of the season 9-11:30am. Fergus Legion. *** Eramosa Union Cemetery Memorial Service at 2 pm at the cemetery please bring chairs for seating. In case of inclement weather service will be at Barrie Hill Church. *** Ellis Chapel Sunday afternoon services with the theme of Social Awareness. Guest speaker - Wayne Foster, Ontario Christian Gleaners. 2:30pm, followed by refreshments in the garden. The chapel is located at 6705 Ellis Road in Puslinch Township and can be reached from Wellington Rd. 34, 32 or Townline Road.

Mon. June 18

Guelph Enabling Garden Knit Knites 2012 at the Guelph Enabling Garden 6:30pm, weather permitting. This is a unique way to spend an evening in a beautiful setting along the river. Experienced and new knitters welcome. Bring a knitting project and folding chair. Please bring a mug if you would like to enjoy tea. The Guelph Enabling Garden is fully accessible and welcomes folks of all ages and abilities. Please visit www.guelphenablinggarden. blogspot.com for more details and events. *** Elmira & District Horticultural Society. 7:30pm. Demo with Master Gardener Mary Ann Gilhuly: Making your own Hypertufa planters. Trinity United Church, Elmira. New members welcome.

Tues. June 19

Cancer Support Group 3rd Tuesday of every Month, 10am-12pm. Upper Grand 753 Tower, St. Fergus. 1st Wednesday of the month, Lunch Out. Contact, Joyce B. 519-843-3213 or Judy D. 519-8433947 Ext: 100. *** Guelph Township Horticultural Society celebrates its 90th year with a Barbecue and Mini Flower Show. 6:30pm, pavilion behind Marden Library- 7368 Wellington Rd. 30. Please bring salad or dessert to share, along with family cutlery and dishes. Flower entries for youth and adult members to be 6-6:30pm. Chris Earley, of Guelph Arboretum, will equip us with binoculars and nets to identify dragonflies, butterflies and birds. Bring your camera. Call 519-822-5289 for more info. The public is always welcome.

Wed. June 20

Until June 29th. National Soaring Championships held at York Soaring Association. June 20 to 29. Come out and see some amazing flying. York Soaring Association Airfield, located on the South/West corner of Hwy 109 and 5th Line West Garafraxa. *** Arthur Legion Br. 226 General Meeting. 8pm.

Here’s How it Works: Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle! Find the answer below.

Horoscopes - For the first week of June -

ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 An agreement will be nullified before you even get started, Aries. It is time to come up with a different plan of action if you want better results.

SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, with so many creative ideas constantly whirling in your head, it can sometimes be difficult zeroing in on one. Luckily this week you will get things in order.

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Relationship woes have slowed you down, Taurus. It could take a few days before you return to full speed. Delegate some of your responsibilities, if necessary.

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, avoid passing judgement on someone else close to you. Listen to their problems and work with them to find a good solution.

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, you’re giving off so much creative energy that people may flock to your side for the next several days. This newfound celebrity could be an asset.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 There’s no use procrastinating on something that needs to get done this week, Capricorn. It will only prolong the amount of time you have to worry about it.

CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, there is no easy way around something you need to get done at work. Being scatterbrained this week may add to the pressure of getting things done. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, you have to ask a lot of questions to get to the root of a problem that’s been bothering you. You have the personality to get to the answers easily.

AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, patience and motivation is all you need to start tackling that to-do list. Finding a partner to help will make the work go twice as fast.

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, an unexpected partnership could arise this week. While it may be bumpy at the start, after a few days, the two of you will have worked out all of the kinks. LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, after some busy months, you are ready for a vacation. This welldeserved respite could be an elaborate trip to some place exotic, if you should so choose.

PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, others often look to you for inspiration. You will not disappoint this week when you offer some unique ideas.

Profile for WHA Publications Ltd.

Inside Wellington 060112  

inside wellington, second section of the wellington advertiser, fergus elora newspaper, centre wellington, wellington county, grand quilt gu...

Inside Wellington 060112  

inside wellington, second section of the wellington advertiser, fergus elora newspaper, centre wellington, wellington county, grand quilt gu...