DECEMBER 7: Spencerville Legion, starts at 7 p.m. Sponsored by Edwardsburgh/Cardinal Firefighter Association, more info call Brian Purcell 613-658-3123.
DECEMBER 8: Brockville General Volunteer Association fundraiser. Soup, sandwich, squares and tea or coffee $8. BGH Auditorium Charles St. 11:30-1:30. Vendors in hallway.
CHRISTMAS CRAFT AND VENDOR SALE
DECEMBER 9: 1000 Island Mall, Brockville - Christmas Craft and Vendor Sale. Saturday Dec. 9th 9:30 - 6 pm; Sunday 12 noon till 5 pm. More than 60 booths offering unique gift items.
DECEMBER 9: A festive dinner at 6 pm followed by euchre at 7. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Door prizes and lots of merriment. $5/ person includes meal and cards. 9007 County Road 29 at the fully accessible Addison Church Hall.
SOUP ‘N’ SANDWICHES
DECEMBER 10: St. Andrew’s United church, Toledo. Sunday, December 10 at noon. Homemade soups , sandwiches, desserts and beverage. Free will offering. Everyone is welcome. Cookie plates for sale also.
CHRISTMAS GOSPEL EVENING
DECEMBER 10: St. John United Church in Cardinal. Sunday December 10 at 7:00 with Charlie Stone, Joyce Lindsay, Allan Brown, Miss Ellie Gladstone, light refreshments, doors open at 6:00, instrumenal music at 6:30, freewill offering.
MEETING OF THE ONTARIO GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
DECEMBER 11: The regular meeting of the L&G Branch of OGS will be held at 7:30 in the Brockville Museum on Mon Dec 11th. Guest speaker, Peggy Stewart, will talk about Daniel McKenzie a partner in the Northwest Company who is buried at the Blue Church. Mr. McKenzie was imprisoned at Fort William by Lord Selkirk in 1816. Ms. Stewart is a descendant of this notable Canadian. The public is welcome. Come and hear this interesting history.”
BROCKVILLE WOMEN’S NETWORK
DECEMBER 14: Brockville Country Club, 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm. Main event will be the scholarship draw along with a donated quilt for a surprise live auction. The Ladies Thousand Island Choir will be entertaining us following the draws.
ROCKPORT COFFEE AND SPEAKER
DECEMBER 14: Rockport Redeemer Cafe at 2 Front Street. Thursday, Dec. 14 at 10:15 a.m. Speaker: Joyce Gunnewick, Topic: Heritage Pies . Coffee & Treats. Everyone welcome.
POTLUCK DINNER AND GAMES
DECEMBER 16: A Pot Luck dinner and games. Enjoy a meal shared with friends at 6pm and then test your skills at board games, cards, puzzles, or maybe you like to colour or knit. All are welcome. 9007 County Road 29 at the fully accessible Addison Church Hall.
DECEMBER 19: Interfaith Gathering with music, readings, reflection, prayer. 7 to 8:30 p.m. with refreshments afterwards. Christ United Church, 12 Perth Street, Lyn. from the traditions of First Nations, Baha’i. Christian, Jewish, Muslim, and a Storyteller. What kind of world are we building together? For more information: Rev. Wendy MacLean 613 865 7824.
SIMPLE FARE LUNCH
DECEMBER 21: Simple fare community lunch, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. “Simple fare” is comfort food served buffet style. Take a break and have a Christmas lunch with your family, friends, neighbours, and newcomers. Donations accepted but not expected. 9007 County Road 29 at the fully accessible Addison Church Hall.
LIGHT DINNER AND EUCHRE
JANUARY 13: A light dinner at 6 p.m., followed by euchre at 7. Come out and celebrate the New Year. 9007 County Road 29 at the fully accessible Addison Church hall.
SIMPLE FARE - DON’T HIDE FROM WINTER
JANUARY 18: Don’t hide from winter – “Simple Fare”, a community lunch welcomes everyone to a heart lunch. Donation only. 9007 County Road 29 at the fully accessible Addison Church hall.
JANUARY 20: Enjoy a potluck dinner, starting at 6 pm, followed by cards, boards, jigsaw puzzles, or knit and chat. Families are welcome. 9007 County Road 29 at the fully accessible Addison Church hall.
LEGION BREAKFASTS, BINGO MALLORYTOWN: Legion Branch 484 offers breakfast daily MondayFriday 7-11; Bingo every Thursday night. Doors open at 5 p.m.; regular games 6.30 p.m. Jackpot starts at 50 numbers, progresses one number per week until won.
BABY TALK: Ontario Early Years. A drop-in group for parents and their babies 0–12 months. Supportive and relaxed atmosphere; a chance to meet people, have questions answered and seek support around the care and feeding of your baby. Different topic or information provided each week. Free. Tuesdays, 1:30 – 3 p.m. at 166 Pearl St. E. For more info call 1-866433-8933, ext. 2374.
EUCHRE NIGHT: Lyn Oddfellows, 23 Main Street. $5 per person, 7:30 p.m. start. Join us for a fun time. Every two weeks starting September 12. Francis Lebrun, 613-342-3137.
CANCER SUPPORT: The Brockville Breast Cancer Support Group meets the fourth Tuesday of the month, with the next meeting on October 24 from 4:306:30 p.m., in Community Room #2 at the 1000 Islands Mall. Call 613-865-8742.
THURSDAYS: The MS Society Support group meets the fourth Thursday of every month, Richard's Coffee House, 234 King Street (across from the Brockville Arts Centre), 1-3 p.m.. This is a wonderful way to connect with other people affected by MS for mutual support, comfort and friendship. Partners and caregivers are welcome. Contact Margaret at 613-342-6396 or email@example.com for more information.
SATURDAYS: Delta United Church hosts a Breakfast Coffee Shop Social Saturdays 7:30-10:00 a.m. in the hall.
WEEKLY: Solo Irish dance classes for children and adults on Wednesday evenings at TISS starting at 5:15 p.m. For information contact Jessica from the McGrath School of Dance 613770-4336.
WEEKLY: Spencerville Legion hosts the following weekly events; Breakfast Monday to Friday from 6-11, Saturday and Sunday 7:30 to noon. Lunch, Monday – Friday 11-1:20 p.m. with daily specials. Bar and events; Tuesday 6-9 with Euchre at 7 (Upstairs); Thursday noon – 9 with darts at 7 (Downstairs); Friday noon – 11 with wing night from 5-9. Saturday noon–6.
SUNDAYS: Bible Talks is hosted every Sunday at the Masonic Complex at 2815 Parkedale Ave. from 4-5 p.m. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 613327-3615.