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Events ~ What's Happening & What's Coming Up

Community  Community Gatherings like fundraisers, dances, fesivals

Killaloe Seniors Friendship Club Events
Thu Jan 10
Killaloe Friendship club


Thurs. Jan. 17 - 10 am

The Heart Speaks - a conversation about women's heart health.


Sunday January 20
2:00 p.m.
at the KIllaloe Friendship Club
$5. suggested donation
Movie - Crazy Rich Asians

Community Craft Circle - Every Thursday 7 to 9 pm

Join us for cards once a week
Starting Wednesday Jan 9
at Lions' DART NIGHT
7 pm
Killaloe Lions Hall

Ashes Pick-up in Barry's Bay
Thu Jan 17
Barry's Bay

Pick-ups of 2018-19

Ashes will be picked up from residents of Madawaska Valley Township who receive curb-side pick-up.Ashes should be "put out" by 6 am in a suitable container and fully extinguished.

Ashes picked up once a month.
Dates for this year:

Thu Dec 20
Thu Jan 17
Thu Feb 14
Thu Mar 14
Thu Apr 25

Renfrew County Private Land Owners Assoc. Meeting
Thu Jan 17
Killaloe Lions Hall
7 pm

Renfrew County Official Plan and the Ottawa River Watershed

Speakers: Cheryl Gallant, Janice Visneskie Moore, Mark Breckon

Topic: Renfrew County Official Plan and the Ottawa River Watershed.
Deer Yards, Fire Burn Areas, Mineral Aggregate, Wet Lands, Land Use, Land Severances, Studies to be paid for by the land owner, Seeking Severances, Septic, Building, etc.

For additional information, contact John Jeffrey - 613-756-3281

MV Horticulture Society
Thu Jan 17
Opeongo Seniors Centre
19 Stafford St, Barry's Bay
7 pm
Annual General Meeting

Topic: A Gardening Trivia Night by Baxter Topham-pitt of Temperate Gardens, Eganville

To Bring: annual membership $10, dry footwear, exhibits, new year smile.

Mid Winter Afternoon Trivia Challenge
Sun Jan 20
St. John's Lutheran Church, 1986 Lake Dore Rd., Golden Lake
1 pm

Brick By Brick
Church Steeple Repair fundraiser

1 - 6 members/team

Contact Karen Wagner - 613-639-1713 for information.

Eganville Legion Old Time Dance
Sun Jan 20
Eganville Legion
2 to 6 pm

Entertainment by Ian Hamilton & Friends.

Everyone Welcome!

Bread Making Class & Social
Mon Jan 21
Madawaska Community Centre
11 am to 2:30 pm

Rosemary Shalla will share her secrets to making fabulous bread.

1 single batch of bread will make 3 loaves or twisters, rolls

Call Brendia 637-2029.

Afternoon Social - noon to 3 p.m.

homemade soup lunch - $3

board games, badminton, cards

Dinner & A Movie
Thu Jan 24
Bonnechere Union Public Library
5 pm (new time)

Movie: The Great Beauty
Pot Luck: Italian

Bring a dish and share dinner and a foreign film.

mature audience

Quadeville Winter Carnival
Fri Jan 25 to Sat Jan 26
Quadeville Community Centre

Friday, Jan. 25

Bingo - 7 pm

Family Skate - 6 pm (ice pending)

Sticks and Pucks after 7:30 pm

Canteen 6 - 10 pm

Saturday, Jan. 26

Breakfast - 8:30 to 10:30 am

Adults - $8, ages 10 and undr $4, 6 and under - free

Canteen: 11 am to 3 pm

Poker Run Registration 10 am to 11 am

ATV's and snowmobiles back by 4:30 pm

$10 to register

Charlotte's Hill Toboggan Races - 11 am

Vintage Snowmobile Show and Run ( sponsored by Bryan Miller - 613-281-1038) 12 noon

Kids Games - 1 pm

Puck Shoot - 2 pm, (ice pending)

Carnival Dinner - Roast Beef Dinner starting at 4:30 pm

Adults - $12, children 6 - 12 - $5, 6 and under free

Family Skate - 6 pm (ice pending)

A Tribute to Robert Burns
Sat Jan 26
Opeongo Seniors Centre
19 Stafford St, Barry's Bay
2 pm

To a Mouse,

A Man's a Man for a That

Tam O'Shanter

Address to a Haggis

and many more Scottish classics of high renown

Dress Code: Tartans, kilts, Tam o'shanters, plaids of all kinds, bagpipes welcome!

Winter Magic!
Sat Jan 26
Bonnechere Park
10:30 am to 2:30 pm
$5 per vehicle

The Toy Bus is returning with a busload of creative indoor and outdoor activities.

Families are invited to join the teddy bear scavenger hunt.
BBQ hotdogs, muffins, cookies, popcorn around the campfire. ($2.50)
Horse and sleigh rides.
Moccasin Dance & Grand Opening Community Party
Sat Jan 26
Wilno Rink
6 pm - 1 am
Join us for Dancing, Laughs, and Good Ol' Fashioned Fun!
Great music and the company of friends!

Eganville Fire Benefit for John Street Residents
Sat Jan 26
Eagles Nest, Eganville Arena
178 Jane St.
3 pm to 1 am
$10 in advance, $15 at the door

Live Music, Silent Auction, 50/50 tickets, donation jar

Casino Lac-Leamy Bus Tour
Sun Jan 27
9 am

Get a $10 point voucher to use and $10 future visit

Cost includes voucher and bus trip

Leaving from Killaloe Public School with possible stops in Eganville, Cobden and Renfrew

Must register by Jan. 26 - call Rae 613-717-3740

All proceeds raised go to Killaloe Lions Club Projects, part of Killaloe SnoFun Festivities

Robbie Burns Celebration
Sun Jan 27
Eganville Legion
2 pm

An afternoon of Scottish entertainment

The two hour variety show includes, pipes and drums, fiddling, stepdancing, and singing.

Indoor Farmers' Market
Sat Feb 2
Rankin Culture & Recreation Centre Hwy 41
5 to 8:30 pm

Local food & craft vendors from the Ottawa Valley offering Maple Syrup, Honey, Homemade prepared meals, frozen meats: beef, pork, lamb, chicken, duck, goat.

Many organic products, baked treats, woodworking artists, soap & body products, herb and spice blends, kombucha and more!

Hot lunch on the spot or take home available

Killaloe Farmers'
Winter Market
Sat Feb 2
Killaloe Lions Hall
10 am - 2 pm

Handcrafted gifts

Baked Goods

Great Food

Contact Rae 713-717-3740 or for vendor information.

Vendor Fair
Sat Feb 2 to Sun Feb 3
Paul J. Yakabuski Community Centre, Barry's Bay
Come on out and support Barry’s Bay and Area Skating Club
( Inter Club 2019) .

If you are interested in entering a table for our vendor fair please contact Rosa Etmanskie @ 1-613-878-9008 or by email :

Tables are $15 if you wish to have a table on Sunday its an additional $7.00

E transfers can be sent to
All vendors MUST be signed up and FULLY PAID by Tuesday January 29th, 2019.
Killaloe SnoFun
Sat Jan 26 to Tue Feb 5

Embrace Winter Killaloe Style.
Bring your family and friends for 10 days of fun and outdoor activity.

Robbie Burns Night with Ken Ramsden and Friends

Youth talent showcase

Friendship Club Lunch

Broomball Tournament & BBQ

CRC SnoFun "Game On"

St. Andrew's SnoFun Pancake Supper


Family Dance

Farmers' Market at the Lions' Hall

Kevin Lynch Hockey Tournament

Killaloe Curling Club Bonspiel

Tobogganing at Garnet's Ranch

Dance at the Lions Hall w/

Hearts Are Wild - Casino Night Fundraiser
Sat Feb 9
Eagles Nest, Eganville Arena
178 Jane St.
8 pm to 12 pm
$45 per person or $75 per couple

Includes $200 in poker chips, appetizers, complimentary drink ticket. Black and Red theme dress code.

Bid Euchre in Golden Lake
1st Thu, 3rd Thu, Nov 2 2017
Golden Lake Community Center
Hwy 60 and Lake Dore Road
1:30 pm
$3 per player

Learn and Play

Tea, Coffee & Sweets served

Presented by the Eganville & District Seniors
in partnership with the Township of North Alogna Wilberforce
and the Golden Lake & Area Community Group.

Activities Plus

Zumba and Boot Camp
Temporarily suspended

Wed ~ 4:30 - 6:30 pm

Activities Plus provides:
• Personal computer training
• Online training & webinars
• Wi-Fi connections

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Griffith Farm & Market

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Eganville Farmers' Market

Fresh food and a good time. 25 vendors
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