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A throw-back photo of Clyde River kids that are much taller now

As we come to the end of another successful season, we invite community volunteers to join together for clean up time on Saturday September 29, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. The Park is closing a little earlier this year to allow for work to be done on improving the site.

Anyone who has participated in this event knows that working together in the park is good fun and good exercise. It is a great chance to enjoy this beautiful place with friends and neighbours. Feel free to take along some bulbs for planting. We suggest you bring along a rake and wear work gloves. Refreshments will be served.

If it is raining, the close-up will take place the following Saturday at the same time.

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A throw-back Thursday photo of Clyde River kids that are much taller now

As we come to the end of another successful season, we invite community volunteers to join together for clean up time on Saturday September 29, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. The Park is closing a little earlier this year to allow for work to be done on improving the site.

Anyone who has participated in this event knows that working together in the park is good fun and good exercise. It is a great chance to enjoy this beautiful place with friends and neighbours. Feel free to take along some bulbs for planting. We suggest you bring along a rake and wear work gloves. Refreshments will be served.

If it is raining, the close-up will take place the following Saturday at the same time.

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Central Parish Women’s Morning Out Group is having a showing of the movie “Maudie” at Burnside Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, September 18th at 10:00 a.m. All are welcome to attend. There will be refreshments following the movie. Donations will be accepted. For more information, please call Millie Kikkert at 902-675-3061.

Based on a true story, Maudie follows the unlikely romance between Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis (played by Sally Hawkins) and reclusive fishmonger Everette Lewis (played by Ethan Hawke).

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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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Art in the Park

Art in the Park: Saturday, July 21, 9:00 to Noon, Murchison Place Park (shine or light rain): Art in the Park welcomes all levels of painters, especially the beginner. Come on out for an enjoyable morning of painting with new and old friends under the dappled canopy of the park. We also welcome those who enjoy watching art being created. All are invited to join a free demo and painting lesson in an interactive workshop style with artist Julia Purcell, starting at 9:30 am. Get started working in Plein Air painting and learn to develop a well-built start for your painting by using a view finder to shape a limited focus, plus many other painting insights. Bring your own painting materials and easel if you have one. View finders will be provided. If you plan to participate in this lesson, we ask you to pre-register by emailing juliampurcell@gmail.com. Coffee provided. There is a washroom on site.

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Clyde River Women’s Institute welcomes you to attend their annual Strawberry Social on Wednesday, July 11th, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Riverview Community Centre. You can enjoy the flavour of strawberries and ice cream along with some home-baked treats.

Enjoy the succulent sweet taste of the season and a stunning view of the river. You can un-wind and re-connect with friends, relatives and neighbours. There’s bound to be a few folks home from away. Admission at the door.

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All are welcome to join us on Sunday, July 1st – 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. to celebrate Canada’s Birthday at the Riverview Community Centre. Enjoy hotdogs, cake and ice cream. Help us raise the flag, sing the anthem and celebrate Canada’s big day.

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