FREE. Info - www.elbowlakecentre.ca
Mike Procter and Bob Miller throwing hatchets, free bannock and hot chocolate, old time logging demo with Bill MacDonald. Part of Frontenac Heritage Festival
Annual polar plunge held on Feb 17th at the Sharbot Lake marina. The event of the year!
1381 Westport Rd, Godfrey. $2 donation, entertainers free. Info: Joanne - 374-5477
Cost is $15.00. For info, call 358-2533.
Please save the date for this special concert featuring Joe Sexton (from Fogo Island, Newfoundland) on accordion. This event includes refreshments, parking and freewill offering. Everyone welcome!
Adult Drop In located at Lions Hall in Northbrook every Tuesday. Doors open at 9:00am and a hot, nutritious and delicious dinner served at 12 noon. Come on out and play some cards, visit or just chat with your neighbours. For more info, contact Lori Cuddy @ 613-336-8934 ext 229.
Sponsored by the Land O'Lakes Lions. There is a euchre tournament every fourth Friday beginning at the same time! Coffee, sandwiches and dessert. Prizes. Info: the Lions Toll Road book.
Celebrating everyone with a birthday this month. Potluck and Live Music. Info - Marily 613-479-2855
Sponsored by the Land O'Lakes Lions. Doors open 6pm, regular games 7pm. Canteen available. Info: the Lions Toll Road book.
1028 Unity Road. Contact Ann at 372-2974.
Pot Luck supper, 5:30pm. Free event, donations welcome. Info - Marie, 613-336-2557
Serving: chilli, rolls, vegetable trays, coffee & tea, assorted squares, veggie chilli, gulten & sugar-free. Adults: $10, 6-12 $5, 5 and under free. All welcome. Ryan Cook concert to follow at 7:30pm in the Matawatchan Hall.
February Gospel Music Night
A hot nutritious meal and pleasant socializing. Reservations required. For those 50+. Cost: $10.00 Contact: Joyce Fleming at (613) 273-4832
A delicious home cooked meal $12 per person. Join us for great food, good company and more! RSVP to Rural Frontenac Community Services at 613-279-3151.
Celtic at Heart presents "Burns and Blarney" - an evening concert of Irish, Scottish, and folk music at 7pm on March 2, 2019 in the Sunday School Hall in Perth Road. Free will offering appreciated, and refreshments to follow. (A fundraiser for Perth Road United Church - funds stay in the community) for info, call 613-353-1690 or 613-453-1941
The Sharbot Lake area churches will gather together for a pancake supper held at the St. Andrew's Anglican Church Hall in Sharbot Lake village, hosted by St. Andrew's Anglican. Cost is $7/person or $20/family. All welcome. Proceeds aid the Food Bank. It will be yummy in the tummy. Info: 613-279-2245
$5./person. For info., call Pam 613-372-1578 or Marilyn 613-372-0917. Light Refreshment, Prizes, Cash Bar 4041 Colebrook Rd.
Hosted by Sharbot Lake Pentecostal Church. Father John Askwith speaking.
Prizes, lunch, $6 non-members, all welcome, players, dancers, listeners and newcomers.
Everybody welcome. Pancackes are included for this charity breakfast.
Pot Luck Dinner. Great music, dancing and delicious food. All welcome
Turkey or Beef Dinner - alternates monthly. $15 a plate. All welcome. info 613-372-2410
Hosted by the Rural Routes Service. Pastor Mark Hudson speaking.
Hosted by Parham Free Methodist, The Praise Church & St. Andrew's Anglican - Pastor Ken Walton speaking.
Wheels of Hope Cancer Charity Breakfast. Everybody welcome. Pancakes are included for this charity breakfast.
Hosted by S.L.U.C. - Rev Jean Brown speaking.
Hosted by St. James Major. Father Cyprian Ihedoro speaking.
Tim Hobbs from True North Daylilies in Wakworth. "Rediscover daylilies and make room for them in your garden"
Meeting in front of St. Andrew's Anglican Church
Joe or Hazel Cook from Blossom Hill Nurseries. "Peonies: Discover the Passion"
Lunch is followed by meeting and a speaker or games each month.
Cheryl Harrison, Master gardener from Campbellford. "The Many Wonders of Mulch"
Laura Moses from Seeley's Bay. "Pots That Wow".
Jennifer Nash from Prosperity Acres in Corbyville. "The Best Dirt: Why Compost is so Important"
Doug McCrae from Brighton. "Bird Feeding & Habitats & Native Plants for Birds".
Deanna Groves from the Botanical Gardens in Frankford. "How the Gardens Were Created and Why we Did Them"
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