COBOURG -- Many libraries have book clubs, but not many have the creative kind of monthly book clubs that have been launched by the folks at the Cobourg Public Library.
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COBOURG -- The Town of Cobourg's seventh annual Cobourg Day on Oct. 30 will include an element of heritage in this Canada 150 year, with an 1867 municipal council re-enactment.
ROSENEATH -- This is quite a landmark year on many fronts, Jill Fanning says -- Canada 150, Alderville's 180th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of Roseneath Centennial Public School.As head of the school's parent council, Fanning is working with Shelley Newton and Ian Hartford to make the Nov. 3-4 celebrations will be a time to remember for the
NORTHUMBERLAND — October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and the local Survivor Thrivers breast-cancer dragon boat team reminds you no one has to take that journey alone.
NORTHUMBERLAND -- The Harp family has enjoyed a quiet celebration in Port Hope in honour of matriarch Margaret's 106th birthday.
COBOURG -- All good things come to an end, and those wonderful signs that indicate homes that were part of Cobourg in 1867 are no exception.
NORTHUMBERLAND -- From Nov. 18 to 26, YMCA Northumberland joins Ys across Canada in celebrating Peace Week, offering activities to help everyone of all ages explore peace from personal, local and global perspectives.During the week, Ys will also promote ways members of their own communities can build peace, and highlight the work that fosters peace
PORT HOPE -- An event that has sort of been 37 years in the making takes place Tuesday afternoon, as Port Hope cuts the ribbon to open the newly rebuilt Barrett Street bridge.
COBOURG -- Citizen Police Academies are being organized by police services throughout Ontario, and Cobourg Deputy Chief Paul VandeGraaf has issued a press release confirming that Cobourg is among them.
COBOURG -- Northumberland Players are about to mount one of their most ambitious dinner theatres yet at the Best Western .
COBOURG -- Next week, amateur magician Al McLellan goes entertaining a handful of associates to the main stage at Las Vegas's MGM Grand Hotel to perform for an audience estimated at 6,000.A sales representative at the Coldwell Banker RMR Real Estate Brokerage Cobourg office, McLellan was sort of razzed-and-ribbed into submitting a two-minute auditi
GRAFTON -- Canadian historian Mark Finnan is bringing his production of The Ballad of D'Arcy McGee to Grafton Oct. 15 in support of the local library.The former Victoria Hall Concert Hall manager has indulged his love of the nation's history in both books and historical programming at such venues as Lang Pioneer Village.At the historic town hall in
COBOURG -- Preliminary planning for Cobourg's 2018 budget starts this week, Deputy Mayor John Henderson said at council.
COBOURG -- Cobourg council has voted to award a $166,358.06 contract (exclusive of HST) to Fidelity Engineering and Construction for work on upgrading James Cockburn Park.
COBOURG -- Local audiences have enjoyed the affordable and unique events at Cobourg's art deco cinema The Loft.
NORTHUMBERLAND -- A look at the inscrutable land of Russia a century after its revolution is the theme of the fall program presented by the Northumberland Learning Connection.
BRIGHTON -- Rebound Child and Youth Services invites you to Brighton's lovely Presqu'ile Provincial Park Oct. 15 for its third annual Red Run.
COBOURG -- Northumberland Hills Hospital recognizes staff members' personal and team accomplishments year-round and, on Oct. 4, it announced the winners of its fifth annual Gerontological Excellence Awards.These awards celebrate individual contributions to the delivery of exceptional patient care for those over the age of 65 -- underscoring the fac
NORTHUMBERLAND -- Supporters of the new Northumberland Hospice Care Centre expect many fundraisers will be required to get the project to fruition.One will be coming up Saturday, as a longtime supporter puts many amazing items up for a tag sale, where 100% of the proceeds will go to the cause.Community Care Northumberland, which provides hospice an
COBOURG -- Cobourg council meetings typically begin with a moment of silent reflection, but not the one this week.