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The Clyde River Burnside Presbyterian Women’s Morning Out group is selling one of their paintings entitled “Fishing Village” which would make a good Christmas present. The acrylic painting is a 36″ x 12″ on canvas. The price is $300 with proceeds going towards recent renovations at the church. If you are interested in purchasing this […]

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This coming Saturday evening, Clyde River’s Burnside Presbyterian Church will host a GST (Goods, Services & Talent) Auction at the APM Centre. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the auction begins at 7:00 p.m. Proceeds from the auction will go to maintenance and ongoing ministry outreach of Burnside Church. The auction will feature a live […]

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Burnside Presbyterian Church in Clyde River is pleased to invite you to their annual cemetery service on Sunday, July 29th, 7:00 p.m. Burnside is caretaker of the cemetery that has been in use since 1861, with a new section added in 1962. As the cemetery grows, so does the list of families who are connected […]

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The Canoe Cove Women’s Institute is organizing a tour of historic churches in our area. Burnside Presbyterian and Baptist Churches in Clyde River are included in this tour. Check out the poster below for details on purchasing tickets.

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Jane Von Bredow sent this photo of the Burnside Church shed. The picture was given to her by Bertie Hyde and she thinks it may have been from the 1930s. We welcome your comments offering any further clues from this photo and memories/stories passed down to you about the church shed. Jane recalls her memories of the shed: “I would […]

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Tour of Burnside Community Care

This past week, I had a highly anticipated tour of Clyde River’s Burnside Community facility. The visit was hosted by facility owner and manager Alan MacPhee. Needless to say, he is pleased with what has been achieved in bringing his dream to life in the community where he grew up and right across from the […]

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Burnside Presbyterian Sunday School picnic will be held on Sunday, June 18th following the regular church service – rain or shine. If the weather is good, the picnic will be held at Murchison Place Park. If raining, it will be held in the church. Either way, the barbecue that was purchased last year for such […]

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Capturing Collective Memories continues as Jane Von Bredow recounts childhood memories of living with her grandparents Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Murchison. This beautifully detailed account is the perfect gift of reading during this extended St. Patrick’s snow storm. When my mother (Isabelle Murchison Johnstone) died of leukemia in 1933, I was sent to live with my grandparents, Dr. and […]

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After weather prevented Saturday’s clean-up, Monday was a great day to get the park ready for summer fun. Clyde River residents joined together and worked hard and, by midafternoon, the park looked beautiful. The North River 4-H group was a great help, and they planted trees to replace those that fell or were knocked down. Leaves were […]

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The Clyde River History Committee will be hosting a Cemeteries History Circle on Saturday, August 24th from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Riverview Community Centre. We have chosen a summer date as we thought it would be a good time of year to also welcome those home from away who are interested in cemetery […]

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