Headliners - March 16, 2017

LEARNING WILDERNESS SKILLS
Members of the Community Engagement Team of Toronto and Region Conservation Authority were running a course at Albion Hills Conservation Area Saturday, teaching people wilderness skills. Participants had to demonstrate their ability to start a fire, build temporary shelters, etc. Saad Malik of Mississauga and his son Danial Saad, 8, were admiring the fire thy created with Eleanor Sim, Doug Howarth and Diana Howarth of Toronto
Photo by Bill Rea

LEARNING WILDERNESS SKILLS

Mark Earth Hour Saturday

The Palgrave Environment Committee will be marking Earth Hour this Saturday (March 25). The observance will be at Palgrave United Church at 34 Pine Ave. ...

Board holding session on 21st century teaching

The Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) of the Peel District School Board, along with Trustee Stan Cameron, will be holding an information night on the board’s ...

Council approves working group on aggregate

By Bill Rea The Town of Caledon is going to be setting up a body to look into aggregate issues and related matters, but it’s ...

Kaneff property rezoned for planned golf course

By Bill Rea There is still opposition, but Caledon council has given its approval to a new golf course near Inglewood. Councillors recently went along ...

Music at CrossCurrents tomorrow

Anne Lederman and Ian Bell will be the featured performers tomorrow (Friday) night at CrossCurrents Cafe. They have been making music together since the 1970s ...

Habitat restoration information session

Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) invites landowners to participate in the Habitat Restoration Services information session March 25 from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Caledon ...

Love is in the air at Blackhorse Theatre starting this week

Spring has sprung, and love is in the air. The Blackhorse Theatre’s latest production, A Bench In The Sun, a comedy by Ron Clark, is ...

Inglewood Schoolhouse Performers — Dating incidents explored

Six lonely people looking for love get more than they bargained for when a dating agency mistakenly pairs them up with the wrong partners in ...

Community Events

THURSDAY, MARCH 23 The Caledon Horticultural Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Cheltenham United Church, 14309 Credit View Rd. Come prepared to put together ...

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Library offered fun over March break

Free music lessons

Join the St. James Church band and learn to read and play music. The program is open to all aged seven and older, and beginners ...

Punjabi singing sensation Manak-E to headline Osler Foundation’s Holi Gala

William Osler Health System Foundation has announced that Punjabi singing sensation Manak-E will be the headliner for this year’s Holi Gala — The Festival of ...

The annual Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival is going on at Terra Cotta Conservation Area until April 2. There are lots of interesting things to see at the festival, including demonstrations on how maple sap was processed into syrup and sugar in the past Education Instructor Niroshan Jeyarajah was showing the methods used by First Nations people.
Photo by Bill Rea

Newcomers explore Canada’s sweetest tradition: Maple syrup

Canada’s 150th birthday is an opportunity to celebrate the nation’s most cherished traditions. For new Canadians, it’s a chance to discover Canada’s natural and cultural ...

Bowling for Kids Sake in Bolton

Library celebrates Flag

Tipling Stage’s Gaslight is set to thrill starting next week

By Marni Walsh Tipling Stage Company (TSC) in Shelburne will soon open their 2017 season with the 1938 thriller Gaslight, written by Patrick Hamilton. Set ...

BookLore, Theatre Orangeville to present Author’s Night

By Constance Scrafield A favourite with Orangeville bookworms, an author’s night is coming to the Opera House March 28, with three fine writers to read ...

Groves on committee — Region seeking lawyers to defend Bolton expansion

By Bill Rea Peel Region will be looking for lawyers to defend its position on the expansion of Bolton, and Councillor Annette Groves will be ...

WOMEN LEARN ABOUT FLIGHT AT BFC
Last week was Women in Aviation Week, and Brampton Flight Centre marked the occasion by giving women and girls interested in flight the chance to see what it’s like. Toronto resident Jenny Yin, who works for a software company that provides equipment for aircraft, was trying her hand at a simulator.
Photo by Bill Rea

WOMEN LEARN ABOUT FLIGHT AT BFC

Sports

North Dufferin Baseball League hands out awards

By Jake Courtepatte With the 2017 baseball season on the horizon, the region’s AA league lauded the best of 2016 in their annual awards banquet ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — March 16, 2017

Yale Trucks on top of league standings

Yale Industrial Trucks tightened their grip on first place in the Caledon Senior Hockey League last Monday with a 7-5 win over Fines Ford Lincoln. ...

Moose and Wings leading the way in Sunday night round robin

After three weeks of post-season action in the Sunday Night Hockey League, the Mr. Handyman Moose and St. Louis Bar and Grill Wings are tied ...

Peewee Hawks clinch Tri-County finals berth

By Jake Courtepatte The peewee AE Caledon Hawks booked their ticket to the Tri-County championship series Monday in convincing fashion. In the second to last ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — March 9, 2017

MacLennan makes short list for Ontario Athlete of the Year

By Jake Courtepatte Heralded in November by her hometown of King City, Canada’s golden girl may just earn the nod as the top athlete in ...

Midget AA Hawks roll on against Orangeville Flyers

By Jake Courtepatte The hottest team in midget AA Ontario hockey just keeps on winning. The Caledon Hawks are one win away from booking their ...

Nobletoyz Athletes of the Week — March 2, 2017

Tie at top of senior hockey standings

Yale Industrial Trucks moved into a first-place tie in the Caledon Senior Hockey League thanks to a 6-2 win over Rutherford Global Logistics Feb. 13. ...

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