Community Calendar March 20 – 26, 2017

CC Spotlight 2017

When

Mar 20 - Mar 26

Details

March 24: Kingston Elite Cheerleading is hosting a Spaghetti Dinner

At the RACF hall in Kingston to help raise funds for a cheerleading competition in April in Philadelphia.
The athletes will be serving the guests at this event. All proceeds go directly to the athletes travel fees.

 

March 25: LDA Kingston I-Pad Techsmart Workshop Series

How Can The iPad Read To Me – Let Me Count The Ways (alternative reading strategies)
Part 1:  Saturday March 25    10 – 11:30 am
Part 2:  Saturday April 8         10 – 11:30 am
For information, please visit: http://www.ldakingston.com/meetings-workshops Email  ldak@ldakingston.com

 

March 25: Chili Cook-off

The Gananoque & District Humane Society is holding its annual Chili Cook-off from 11 am to 2 pm at the Lansdowne Community Building, 1 Jessie St., Lansdowne.

We are looking for chili competitors to register with us – it’s free – to show us your chili and be part of the competition. There are prizes for several categories. Along with chili we’ll have live rock by R-Banned, we’re licensed for beer, and we have a silent auction, a bake table, and a very sociable good time. Free general admission. Tickets to taste and vote on all the chilis you want, with sides, are $10 for adults, $5 for kids 12 and under.

Please contact Helen our organizer to register your chili, at haweshr@hotmail.ca, 613-585-6586. All funds raised going directly to animal care in our very special no-kill shelter.

 

March 26: “OFF THE CHARTS” A Concert Celebrating Women of Song

2:30pm at Chalmers United Church.
Portions of the proceeds will be donated to the “Danielle Duchesneau Fund”, established in cooperation with Kingston Interval House, in memory Danielle, a young woman murdered in Kingston by her ex-boyfriend. The Fund is for women who have been or are victims of violence.
Sponsored by “She Sings” Women’s Choir and “Frontenac Women’s Chorus”.

 

March 26: Kingston: Write for Peace, Peace is Right! 

Want to spend a Sunday afternoon making national change for peace? Do you have an appreciation for the power of the written word?
Attend WRITE FOR PEACE! PEACE IS RIGHT!  *A PeaceQuest collective letter writing event*  At the Rustic Spud 175 Bagot ST, Kingston 1 PM – 4 PM
FREE EVENT!

We supply pens, paper, envelopes, stamps, talking points and snacks. We invite you to join us, met new interesting people, and share your views with our local, provincial, and national leaders on topics that matter to you!
– Speak up about the importance of a healthy environment and our right to clean water.
– Insist on reconciliation and justice for indigenous peoples.
– Object to the Canada’s sale of arms to Saudi Arabia.
– Ask the Prime Minister to create a Department of Peace and our mayor to join Mayors for Peace.

Contact us for more information: Jolene Simko, Administrative Coordinator 613.583.2569 admin@peacequest.ca

 

 

 

 

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