*Free if room is available for Church events, service club events, and recognized charitable org. only. *Send all activities or changes by Monday, 3 p.m., at least one week before the event, only by email at email@example.com (not responsible for typing errors) LDWC CANDLELIGHT VIGIL – December 4th, 5:30 p.m., Lennoxville & District Women’s Centre will be hosting National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women at Uplands Cultural & Heritage Centre, 9 Speid Street - Borough of Lennoxville firstname.lastname@example.org or 819-564-6626, www. ldwc.ca. BONHEUR D’HIVER – at Uplands 9 Speid St, in the borough of Lennoxville. “Bonheur d’hiver will run until December 19th. CHRISTMAS BAZAAR – Saturday Dec. 6th, 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., 242 Ontario Street, Sherbrooke, also visit from Santa & performance from our school choir. CHRISTMAS DINNER – Thursday, December 25th at Hope Community Church, corner of Queen and College, Lennoxville, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., (doors open at 10:30 a.m.) for transportation call HCC at 819-822-2627 or Paul McLean 819-820-5932. ACEF ESTRIE – Defense of consumers’ rights organization. Free services from third year students from Faculty of Law, ready to answer questions. Info ACEF Estrie 819-563-8144. FUN FEARLESS FITNESS – Women 16 and + highly qualified instructor. Every Monday, 6:45 - 7:45 p.m. Lennoxville French Elementary School, École St-Antoine’s Gym. Parking on Church and Speid St., Info Sunita 819-563-9987. LENNOXVILLE – ASCOT HISTORICAL & MUSEUM SOCIETY – Open from Wednesdays - Sunday 1 - 4:30 p.m. 9, rue Speid, Lennoxville. Info 819-564-0409. WELCOME WEDNESDAYS – Organized by Women’s Centre. “Get together” for coffee or tea or have a chat, meet friends, browse the library and learn to crochet. Activity room avail.1:15 - 3:45 p.m. Bring knitting or crafts. was among the 14 young women, made this horrifying act personal for our community, engulfing us with the full weight of how truly helpless we were. Our community has further suffered tragic loss at the hands of violence with the deaths of Faye Geraghty and Rachelle Wrathmall, two cherished members of our town, taken from their loved ones much too soon.
The Candlelight Vigil is an opportunity for men and women alike to come together and show their support for victims of violence, their friends and families as well as to pay tribute to those who have been lost. This year, the LDWC would like to invite the Community to partici-
Anpate in the Vigil. As always, guest speakers will address issues surrounding sexual and gender based violence, and provide resources that will allow us all to learn more and to be a part of the solutions, furthermore, those in attendance who wish to share their thoughts and experiences, or participate through artistic expression, will be welcome to. Everyone is invited to be a part of this community event, and are encouraged to bring friends and family.
For more information, please contact the Lennoxville & District Women’s Centre at email@example.com or (819)564-6626 and visit our website: www.ldwc.ca
astonishing adaptation for children between 8 and 88 years old where dance, theatre and music combine! A very old man, a very old woman, a mute Orator and some chairs, lots of chairs! The couple creates an array of imaginary guests beating down the door for a visit. This astonishing version of Eugène Ionesco’s play THE CHAIRS is staged and choreographed by Pierre-Paul Savoie, based on an adaptation for children by Lise Vaillancourt. For ages 8 years old and up. Duration 60-65 minutes Reservations: Sonia Patenaude 819-822-9600 extension 2617 firstname.lastname@example.org