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Monday Morning Singers 9:15 am
Monday Morning Singers @ St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 65 Toronto Street S
Aug 3 @ 9:15 am – 11:30 am
Monday Morning Singers. Anne Mizen Baker directs this women’s choir in a variety of music from folk to classical.  No auditions
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Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. 9:00 am
Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. @ 75 Marietta Street, Uxbridge
Aug 6 @ 9:00 am – 9:15 am
Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. “You can dance, have fun and exercise all at the same time!” says Dianne Wiseman, the instructor for the line dancing classes being held at the Seniors Centre in Uxbridge. For[...]
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Taoist Tai Chi 10:00 am
Taoist Tai Chi @ 75 Marietta Street, Uxbridge
Aug 7 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Taoist Tai Chi  at the Uxbridge Seniors Centre. Includes a gentle set of movements that promote well-being for people of all ages and in all conditions. Beginner class: every Friday 9-10am. Continuous class: every Friday[...]
Royal Canadian Legion 7:00 pm
Royal Canadian Legion @ Royal Canadian Legion, Uxbridge
Aug 7 @ 7:00 pm
Royal Canadian Legion Every Friday night we play euchre, so if you are interested please come out at 7:00 to sign up and play starts at 7:30 PM. It is a great night of fun[...]
Friday’s at the Foster 7:30 pm
Friday’s at the Foster @ Foster Memorial
Aug 7 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Bryan Rason is an acoustic finger-style guitarist. He has played in Toronto at Hugh’s room and Chalkers Pub and recently in England. Bryan is a very talented musician and will keep you entertained and wanting[...]
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Monday Morning Singers 9:15 am
Monday Morning Singers @ St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 65 Toronto Street S
Aug 10 @ 9:15 am – 11:30 am
Monday Morning Singers. Anne Mizen Baker directs this women’s choir in a variety of music from folk to classical.  No auditions
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Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. 9:00 am
Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. @ 75 Marietta Street, Uxbridge
Aug 13 @ 9:00 am – 9:15 am
Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. “You can dance, have fun and exercise all at the same time!” says Dianne Wiseman, the instructor for the line dancing classes being held at the Seniors Centre in Uxbridge. For[...]
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Taoist Tai Chi 10:00 am
Taoist Tai Chi @ 75 Marietta Street, Uxbridge
Aug 14 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Taoist Tai Chi  at the Uxbridge Seniors Centre. Includes a gentle set of movements that promote well-being for people of all ages and in all conditions. Beginner class: every Friday 9-10am. Continuous class: every Friday[...]
Royal Canadian Legion 7:00 pm
Royal Canadian Legion @ Royal Canadian Legion, Uxbridge
Aug 14 @ 7:00 pm
Royal Canadian Legion Every Friday night we play euchre, so if you are interested please come out at 7:00 to sign up and play starts at 7:30 PM. It is a great night of fun[...]
Friday’s at the Foster 7:30 pm
Friday’s at the Foster @ Foster Memorial
Aug 14 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Bryan Rason is an acoustic finger-style guitarist. He has played in Toronto at Hugh’s room and Chalkers Pub and recently in England. Bryan is a very talented musician and will keep you entertained and wanting[...]
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Monday Morning Singers 9:15 am
Monday Morning Singers @ St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 65 Toronto Street S
Aug 17 @ 9:15 am – 11:30 am
Monday Morning Singers. Anne Mizen Baker directs this women’s choir in a variety of music from folk to classical.  No auditions
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Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. 9:00 am
Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. @ 75 Marietta Street, Uxbridge
Aug 20 @ 9:00 am – 9:15 am
Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. “You can dance, have fun and exercise all at the same time!” says Dianne Wiseman, the instructor for the line dancing classes being held at the Seniors Centre in Uxbridge. For[...]
Art on the Fringe 10:00 am
Art on the Fringe @ Art on the Fringe - Uxbridge Historical Centre
Aug 20 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Uxbridge Historical Centre A variety of artists and original works, in one convenient location. The popular “Siloam Studio Stop” moves to a new location, on the Uxbridge Historical Centre property. We will be able to[...]
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Taoist Tai Chi 10:00 am
Taoist Tai Chi @ 75 Marietta Street, Uxbridge
Aug 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Taoist Tai Chi  at the Uxbridge Seniors Centre. Includes a gentle set of movements that promote well-being for people of all ages and in all conditions. Beginner class: every Friday 9-10am. Continuous class: every Friday[...]
Royal Canadian Legion 7:00 pm
Royal Canadian Legion @ Royal Canadian Legion, Uxbridge
Aug 21 @ 7:00 pm
Royal Canadian Legion Every Friday night we play euchre, so if you are interested please come out at 7:00 to sign up and play starts at 7:30 PM. It is a great night of fun[...]
Friday’s at the Foster 7:30 pm
Friday’s at the Foster @ Foster Memorial
Aug 21 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Bryan Rason is an acoustic finger-style guitarist. He has played in Toronto at Hugh’s room and Chalkers Pub and recently in England. Bryan is a very talented musician and will keep you entertained and wanting[...]
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Monday Morning Singers 9:15 am
Monday Morning Singers @ St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 65 Toronto Street S
Aug 24 @ 9:15 am – 11:30 am
Monday Morning Singers. Anne Mizen Baker directs this women’s choir in a variety of music from folk to classical.  No auditions
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Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. 9:00 am
Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. @ 75 Marietta Street, Uxbridge
Aug 27 @ 9:00 am – 9:15 am
Wanna Dance? Line Dancing. “You can dance, have fun and exercise all at the same time!” says Dianne Wiseman, the instructor for the line dancing classes being held at the Seniors Centre in Uxbridge. For[...]
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Taoist Tai Chi 10:00 am
Taoist Tai Chi @ 75 Marietta Street, Uxbridge
Aug 28 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Taoist Tai Chi  at the Uxbridge Seniors Centre. Includes a gentle set of movements that promote well-being for people of all ages and in all conditions. Beginner class: every Friday 9-10am. Continuous class: every Friday[...]
Royal Canadian Legion 7:00 pm
Royal Canadian Legion @ Royal Canadian Legion, Uxbridge
Aug 28 @ 7:00 pm
Royal Canadian Legion Every Friday night we play euchre, so if you are interested please come out at 7:00 to sign up and play starts at 7:30 PM. It is a great night of fun[...]
Friday’s at the Foster 7:30 pm
Friday’s at the Foster @ Foster Memorial
Aug 28 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Bryan Rason is an acoustic finger-style guitarist. He has played in Toronto at Hugh’s room and Chalkers Pub and recently in England. Bryan is a very talented musician and will keep you entertained and wanting[...]
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Monday Morning Singers 9:15 am
Monday Morning Singers @ St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 65 Toronto Street S
Aug 31 @ 9:15 am – 11:30 am
Monday Morning Singers. Anne Mizen Baker directs this women’s choir in a variety of music from folk to classical.  No auditions

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Finally June is here, hurray!!!! Lets all enjoy the great outdoors.

I thought I would talk a bit about Social Media. It’s now the way we get information through the internet, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. etc. etc. We are all overwhelmed with so much information at our fingertips, I sincerely cannot imagine what it is like as a child to have access to so much information.

Remember when, we as kids (us older ones), would resource our information by watching the news (if our parents allowed). I went to the library to research for school projects, I phoned my friends using a dial phone (yes rotary). If we didn’t write letters to old friends, we just lost touch. I printed and (snail) mailed photos to my family in England, and hoped they would receive them in one piece. I would draw pictures with paper and pencils, play with my toy piano, toboggan, have snow ball fights and play baseball.

Today, kids receive information on social media, Facebook Twitter, Instagram etc. Although much of this is accurate, do we know how it is sourced? Today, when our kids research, there is a world of information on their Ipads, phones or computers, the information is endless. Amazing “apps” downloaded from the internet have taken the place of pen and paper. They send photos electronically, giving friends and family a large amount of instant pictures. They create music using some incredible programs making it easy for them to learn. Even at play, Social Media has taken the place of getting outside. Tobogganing is now a video game requiring skill, snowball fights have turned into online video fights, but yes kids still play baseball, both online and in the field.


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