Published October 1, 2009
Bittersweet October. The mellow, messy, leaf-kicking, perfect pause
between the opposing miseries of summer and winter.
- Carol Bishop Hipps
Sisters by Heart "Specials Ladies Night Out" event is this Tuesday October 6th. The theme is "Think Pink' in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. A very special night is planned. Guest speaker and singer is Darla Smith. Don't forget to wear pink. There will be a prize for the lady who comes wearing the most pink. . This evening promises to be an informative, heart filled and fun evening. Don't miss out. Bring a friend. 7 to 9 pm. Verona Free Methodist Church. Tickets $ 5.00 available in advance and at the door. For info call Darlene 613-374-1232.
Have you ordered your Thanksgiving pie? Let the Trinity United Apple Pie - making crew do your work for you! Order now. Call Marilyn at 613-374-2694. . Pick them up ready for oven or freezer on Tuesday, October 6, noon in the Trinity Verona kitchen. At only $8 per pie, you can delight your Thanksgiving guests without lifting a finger! But hurry and order now, last year they sold out quickly
Are you set for a ghoulishly great time? A Halloween Dance and Silent Auction will be held October 24.. The dance will help raise funds for the Christmas for Kids campaign. The dance will be a spooktacular occasion. There will be lots of events, prizes, and auction items! A special service for the partygoers will be a free shuttle at the end of the evening for those that need a ride home. Pick up your tickets at Verona Hardware. $15 per person (appetizers and light meal included) The fun starts at 7 pm at the Rivendell Golf Course.
Piccadilly Jam Session featuring Country, Bluegrass and Folk music will be held at the Bedford Hall located on the Westport Road just east of Godfrey Open mike. Performers free, audience $1.00. info 613-374-1236 or 613-374-5477 Sunday October 4 from 1 to 5 pm
The Quilting Group will meet Wednesday October 7 at Trinity United Church. Anyone interested in quilting is welcome to join the group, whether a seasoned quilter or a beginner. They have lots of patterns and ideas and there are always people to help with advice. For more information call Ann McDougall at 613 374-2516.
There was a public meeting for the proposed K & P Trail on September 21. A draft was available detailing the implementation plan. The Trails Planning Committee is recommending a transition model and uses for the trail as follows. The trail will be non-motorized only from the Kingston K & P to the Cataraqui Trail. North of the Cataraqui Trail, the K & P will become limited motorized to include smowmobiles only from the Cataraqui Trail to Craig Road north of Verona. From that point at Craig Road North, it will become limited motorized to include snowmobiles and ATV's only as well as other non-motorized uses. For more information visit the website www.frontenaccounty.ca/?q=node/162
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