Sherbrooke Record




If you want to drink, that’s your business. If you want to stop, we can help. Call Alcoholics Anonymous 1-888-424-2975,


St. Anne’s Anglican Church, Main St. South, will be holding a Christmas Bazaar (many new articles),

Food Sale and Rummage Sale on November 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Our first Christmas Bazaar in 2 years. Hope to see you there. Please wear your mask.


Visit our Bonheur exhibit at Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre! This art exhibit, a prelude to the holiday season, is the perfect occasion to find great local gifts. This year, the works of seven artists and artisans with various styles are featured in our art gallery: Anne Bergeron, Diane Cameron, Lucy Doheny, Debbie Everett, Caroline George, Lupi and Julie Normand. Hours: Thursday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (free admission). 9 Speid St., Sherbrooke (Lennoxvill­e), 819-564-0409.


Mental Health Estrie has officially launched its 2021-2022 HUGS for the homeless campaign. From November to March, we accept donations of NEW Hats, Underwear, Gloves, Socks and Scarves and other warm articles of clothing which are donated to local shelters for the homeless. Items can be dropped off directly at our offices in the beige bins next to door #2 at 3355 College in Lennoxvill­e or let us do the shopping for you – all monetary gifts are used to purchase essentials. You can also call us to schedule an in-person drop-off of items or cheques. Please make cheques payable to Mental Health Estrie and indicate HUGS on the memoline. Thank you to all for your continued support and help! For more informatio­n, phone 819-5653777 or email


The Mae Sot Education Project will hold a pre-holiday fundraiser on Saturday, November 27, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the Hope Community Church basement, 102 Queen St., in Lennoxvill­e. Featured are colourful and interestin­g treasures from Thailand and paintings by Burmese artists. Find holiday gifts that give pleasure and help Burmese migrant and refugee kids in Thailand.


The annual meeting for the Richmond Agricultur­al Society will be held December 7 at 8 p.m. at the former Richmond Melbourne Lions Club at 155 Craig Street, Richmond. Membership­s are $20. Current members and new members are welcome. Proof of vaccinatio­n will be required and Sante Quebec health measures will be adhered to. There are positions available for volunteer directors. Individual­s who may be interested are encouraged to attend the meeting. If more informatio­n is required regarding the role of a director, please contact Avery Perkins 819-806-2910 or Donald Beard 819452-1394. We look forward to seeing everyone.


Mental Health Estrie invites you to a free virtual workshop in English: “Reopening Anxiety: Navigating Social Gatherings and the Holiday Season” presented by Melissa Hindley (M.A, c.o, psychother­apist). Open to all, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, December 8. Back by popular demand, Melissa will again focus on strategies for managing anxiety. This time she will also help us to better understand and navigate anxiety related to the reopening of our society, particular­ly in the context of the holiday social season. For more informatio­n, or to register, please visit our Facebook or Instagram pages, email outreach@ mentalheal­, or call (819) 565-2388.

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