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$875 in Prizes
A winner from each municipality
Contest runs June 1 to Aug 31
Voting starts Sept 3
1. Build a Sand Castle or Sand Sculpture
2. Send in a Picture
3. Vote to Win!
Send photos to your municipality
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Township of Madawaska Valley
Lessons at Barry's Bay and Combermere
July 5 to July 23
July 26 to August 13
Registration June 18 ~ 11 to 2 at Barry's Bay beach
or online at madawaskavalley.ca
Township of South Algonquin - TBA
Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch & Raglan - TBA
Township of Bonnechere Valley - TBA
Township of Killaloe, Hagarty & Richards
Contact the Killaloe, Haggarty &Richards Township office
Township of North Algona Wilberforce - TBA
The County of Renfrew will be spraying herbicides to kill noxious weeds on some county roads in our area.
For more info, contact the County of Renfrew Public Works Department. Contact information is below.
Part of Bonnechere Union Public Library's
50th Anniversary Celebration
Bidding open Sat Jun 5 at 10:30 a.m.
to Sat Jun 19 at 3 p.m.
50 items to be auctioned.
Preview items at the website link below
Exhibit of Works by 3 Local Artists
Hummingbird Weaving Studio
Hand woven creations by artist and weaver
Muskoka Kitchen Paddles
Finely crafted black cherry kitchen utensils by
Whimsical fused glass creations by
Artists work in response to the question: What does it mean to be a good ancestor?
Share a drink with your ancestors and the people to whom YOU will one day be an ancestor.
Exhibit at Fifth Chute Coffee May 21 to August 1.
Booking through the Health Unit
Vaccination booking is now open for:
» Anyone age 12 or older (must be 12 yrs old on date of vaccination)
» All previously eligible groups
Early second dose appointment (based on availability of vaccine) is available for:
» Residents aged 70 and over.
» High risk health care workers.
» Indigenous residents (on or off reserve), and non-indigenous partners or household members.
» Any individuals vaccinated on or before April 18th, 2021 with either Pfizer or Moderna.
Book on line at rcdhu.com (fastest method)
Or call RCDHU at 613-735-9724 or 1-800-267-1097 ext. 200.
Please leave one message only with your name and number.
Be sure to read the Appointment Checklist before going for your vaccination
Here are some sites providing fascinating information about the pandemic in Canada and all over the world.
Covid-19 in Renfrew County - includes a link to cases by area
Now with map by municipality
Covid-19 Canada - includes stats by province
WorldOMeter - includes stats by population
Our World in Data - as in-depth as you could want
Other times and locations are available.
Call to pre-book your appointment or book online at the link below.
Renfrew County Virtual Triage and Assessment Centre
Bring your health card and proof of address.
Wear a mask or face covering.
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