Please note the Community Listings feature is for non- profits only. For- profit groups should contact the Enterprise- Bulletin’s advertising department. CCI REUNION: 65th Birthday Reunion for graduates of Collingwood Collegiate Institute 1970/ 71, born in 1952. Please join us in celebrating 65 eventful years in all of our lives in the Games Room at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 63, Collingwood. 3 p. m. Drop by for snacks, music and birthday cake and reminisce with old friends from “Days of Yore”. Hosted by MariAnn, SueAnn, Patti & Patty, Joanne, Sue Mary, Julie, Ruth & Sue, Marlene, lsobel & Linda. GENEOLOGY: Simcoe County Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society will meet at 2: 00 pm at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, 79 Ferris Lane, Barrie The Speaker will be Ellen Millar from the Simcoe County Archives Topic: “You’re In For A Surprise”. Further information can be obtained from the OGS website https:// simcoe. ogs. ca. CURLING OPEN HOUSE: The Curling Club of Collingwood is hosting an open house on Sunday, October 15th from 10: 00 AM to 12: 00 Noon for Junior Curlers ( under the age of 18). All new & returning curlers are welcome to attend. CHURCH ANNIVERSARY: COME CELEBRATE The 155th Anniversary of St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Thornbury with soloist DAVE RANDALL at 10: 30 AM, DAVE SINGS AGAIN at 7: 00 PM. SIX WORD PHOTO ESSAY: Reception to celebrate adult and youth category winners of this year’s Six Word Photo Essay contest. 1 to 3 pm at The BMFA Arts Centre. Free admission. Event is part of the BMFA’s Second Annual Storytelling Festival. COMBINED PROBUS CLUB: A new Combined Probus Club is being formed in Collingwood. A meeting will be held on Monday, October 16th starting at 7 pm in the Collingwood Public Library in Community Room B , on the Third Floor. Probus Clubs are open to retired and semi- retired men and women who are looking for fellowship. Probus Clubs are Social Clubs that are non- political, nonsectarian, and not- for- profit that provide opportunities to meet others with similar levels of interest. If you would like to attend this meeting and learn more about what a Probus Club offers, please contact Bill Meldrum at wgmeldrum@ gmail. com. SENIORS COMPUTER LEARNING CAFé: 2: 00- 4: 00pm at Rotary Centre Collingwood, 199 Campbell Street. Bring your questions and your smart phone, tablet or laptop to an informal gathering led by Home for Life volunteers. Monthly gatherings help seniors learn the basics of technology and devices. For more information call Debbe at 705- 444- 0040, ext. 238. NATURE LEAGUE HIKE: The Nature League invites you to hike the Lavender Hill Bruce Trail. Car pool time at Metro parking lot: 9: 45 a. m. For more information, please call 705- 444- 6301. OPTIMIZE YOUR MAKETING TOOLKIT: OCT 18 and 19th A fall workshop on print and digital marketing strategies with speaker Keith Tandy of Post Media. Two dates; October 18th from 5: 307: 30pm or October 19th from Noon - 2pm. Cost is $ 10 - $ 20. Contact the Blue Mountains Chamber of Commerce for more details. 519- 599- 1200. info@ bluemountainschamber. ca. CANADA 150 STORYTELLING EVENT: Come to the Collingwood Public Library on Thursday, October 19 from 6: 00 to 8: 00 p. m. for a special Canada 150 Storytelling Event. We will screen a series of digital stories of Canadians who arrived in Canada as refugees and invite you to share your stories about your arrival to Canada, or of welcoming someone who was new to Canada. Bring a photo or special object and create your own story in our digital storytelling booth. Children’s activities. Families The E- B welcomes submission of upcoming events for inclusion in our community listings. Events generally appear one to two weeks prior to the date on which they occur. If you have submitted an event to the newspaper in person or to enterprisebulletin@ sunmedia. ca, it has been received and entered into our system for inclusion. Thank you for your understanding. welcome! Free to attend. www. collingwoodpubliclibrary. ca. HARRY POTTER ESCAPE ROOM: In teams of 2- 5 people, you will be locked in a Harry Potter themed room in the Collingwood Public Library for 30 minutes. Together, you need to find hidden clues and use your logic to find a way out of the room. It’s possible, but it won’t be easy. Are you up for the challenge? For all ages. Free to participate, but register for a time slot at 705- 445- 1571. NATURE LEAGUE TRIVIA NIGHT: The Nature League is presenting Trivia Night in celebration of our sesquicentennial, on October 20th, at the Canadian Legion, 490 Ontario Street. Doors open at 6 p. m., first question at 7 p. m. For more information, please check our website at www. natureleague. ca, or phone 705- 445- 4097. Proceeds to Elephant Thoughts Kimbercote Project. Bring your own snacks: there will be a cash bar, and a Silent Auction. Tickets are $ 10, $ 15 at the door.