Sur­prises at Up­lands

Stanstead Journal - - CLAS­SI­FIEDS -

Life in the Bor­ough.

With Up­lands cel­e­brat­ing its 150th an­niver­sary, a spe­cial work­shop for young and old along with a few sur­prises have been planned at the mu­seum on Speid Street. There are also two art ex­hi­bi­tions go­ing on at the mu­seum: one by the art stu­dents of Alexan­der Galt High School and an­other by painter Sara Peck Colby.

What would Friend­ship Day be with­out the shar­ing of good food? The an­nual Com­mu­nity Break­fast will be at the United Church, from 7:30 to 10. The Len­noxville fire­fight­ers and the ANAF Ladies Aux­il­iary will run can­teens on the grounds of St. An­toine School. The Len­noxville Curl­ing Club will also be serv­ing up food.

With many of the day’s ac­tiv­i­ties tak­ing place out­doors, or­ga­nizer Karl Hunt­ing com­mented: “Pray for sun­shine! Ev­ery­thing will still go on as planned if we get rainy weather. Sev­eral events are in­doors so peo­ple will just get wet go­ing from one event to an­other!”

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