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If you or someone in your family has a problem with gambling help is available. Gamblers Anonymous can provide help and hope. Call our 24 hour help line: 1-855-222-5542.

Drug Problem? We have been there, we can help. More info at www.na.org. Local info at www.gtascna.on.ca. Meeting info 1-888-811-3887, Golden Triangle Area Narcotics Anonymous.

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, Thursdays, 8pm, Mt. Forest United Church (rear entrance). 175 Queen St. E. We can help.

Al-Anon Family Group , Wednesdays, 10am. For families and friends of alcoholics, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church.

PTSD Peer Support Group in Guelph for corrections workers, emergency dispatchers, first responders, military and veterans. For info see our Project Trauma Support website.

Free exercise and falls prevention classes (55+) every Monday and Thursday, 9:30 to 11:30am, Ebenezer United Church, 12274 Guelph Line.

Living with Loss, peer-led support group for adults (18+) grieving the death of a loved one. First Wednesday of every month, 7 to 9pm, Birmingham Retirement Community, Mount Forest. Free to attend. 519-603-0196 for more information.

Daffodil month volunteers needed, selling daffodil pins for the Canadian Cancer Society, you can help save lives and support local people who are living with cancer.

Spiritual youth, family and marriage counseling every Tuesday, 10am to 3pm, Knox Presbyterian Church Palmerston. Scheduled appointments necessary. Nick Pavel, 519-343- 3201.

THURS. APRIL 19

Coffee hour, 9:30am, Arthur Pentecostal Church. Speaker: Betty Faulkner, a missionary to Thailand. Music: Faye Martin and Lori Pakulat. Feature: Hans Theurer, stained glass.

FRI. APRIL 20

Euchre, St. John's United Church, Belwood, 7:30pm.

Community youth drop in, 7 to 9pm, Ebenezer United Church, 12274 Guelph Line. Grade 7 and up are welcome for an evening of food, fun and games and just to hang-out. 519-763-7707.

The Elora Rocks Lawn Bowls Club annual fundraiser, 50’s, 60’s live music, Two Of A Kind Band, The Elora Legion, 7:30pm to 12am, $15 ea. Call 519-846-5378.

Euchre, Harriston Legion, 7:30pm, light snack provided. $5 per person, bring a partner. 519-338-2843.

Euchre, Drayton Legion, 7:30pm. Everyone welcome.

Arthur Legion wing night, 6 to 8pm, all you can eat, $15. No takeout.

The 2018 Erin Volunteer Recognition Awards, Erin Legion. Tickets available for purchase, please call or visit town office for more information. 519-855-4407.

SAT. APRIL 21

Afternoon entertainment, 2 to 5pm, The Royal Canadian Legion, Guelph. Best and Friends will be playing in the lounge. Donation at door. Saturday night dance to follow, 8 to 11pm, there will be a DJ.

Fergus Fall Fair annual dance, 8pm to 12am, Elora Legion. $12.50 per person, lunch and door prizes. Ted Kent: 519.843.3371.

Knox Church Palmerston, let's visit together the museum in Kitchener, Digital Dynamics Exhibition. Details online.

Centre Wellington Children’s Drama Club presents A Great Canadian WEastern, Fergus Grand Theatre, 2 and 7pm, details online.

Centre Wellington Singers present This Green and Pleasant Land, 3pm, Elora United Church. Adults $15, kids under 12 $5. Tickets: Call Linda 519-843-3880. Limited tickets at door.

Jammin at the Drayton Legion, 2pm. 15 Elm Street. Everyone welcome. This is a licensed event.

Celebrate Spring ladies day out, 8:30am to 3pm, Drayton Christian Reformed Church. Workshops, market place vendors, lunch. Proceeds to Beauty for Ashes Transformation House, Arthur. Info and tickets 519-437-7383.

Come celebrate local talent and the accomplishments of Kara Shaw at a musical evening, 7pm, St. John's United Church, Belwood. Free will offering.

The Puslinch Fiddle Orchestra present a country spring hoedown, Knox Church Crieff, 7156 Con. 1, Puslinch, 2pm. Tickets $15, 519-822-8800.

Guelph Rotary Forest community tree planting day, 9am to 2pm. Shuttle bus from downtown Guelph or park near Lakeside Church where a free shuttle will take you to the planting site. Guelph Lake Park, 7654 Conservation Road.

Arthur Legion karaoke, 8:30pm.

SUN. APRIL 22

Knox Church Palmerston children program presentation, Light of the world, 10am. All welcome.

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Arthur presents The Scott Woods Band, old time country and fiddle music, 7pm. Adults $25, kids $10. Call 1-855-726-8896.

An afternoon of poetry and music, 2 to 4pm. Celebrate poetry month with readings by Kate Cayley, Degan Davis and Candace De Taeye. Boarding House Gallery, Guelph.

April water blessing. Celebrate Earth Day with Wellington Water Watchers and RiverSound Retreat, 11am, 8218 Wellington Road 18, Fergus. Be Nadine Stephens will offer teachings on our connection to The Water Spirits.

MON. APRIL 23

Roast beef dinner, Monticello United Church, 4:30 to 7pm. Adults $15, students $5, preschoolers free. Tickets at door.

TUES. APRIL 24

Canadian Embroiderers' Guild Guelph annual open house, 1 to 5pm, Kortright Presbyterian Church. Admission is free and all are welcome. More information 226-820-4801.

Guelph Horticultural Society general meeting and mini flower show, 7:30pm, Dublin Street United Church.

Seniors’ lunch, 12pm, Ebenezer United Church, Guelph Line. Homemade soup, sandwiches, cards and games. 519-763-7707.

Arthur and Area Historical Society monthly meeting, 7:30 to 9pm. David M. Kozinets Centre, Arthur Speaker: Ken Thompson Funeral director. All welcome.

Wellington County Archives Reading Room. Ben Dawson will explain how to transfer DNA tests results between various testing sites. 6:45 to 9pm.

WED. APRIL 25

Elora and Salem Horticultural Society monthly meeting, 7:30pm, Elora Public Library. Barry Vanderveer presents The Aging Garden(er). All welcome. Light refreshments provided.

Afternoon out, 2pm, Arkell United Church. Cards, sweets and more. Contact Ross at 519-822-6063.

The Grand Valley Garden Club is hosting their meeting at Trinity United Church, Grand Valley, 7:30pm. Speaker is Julia Dimakos, Successful Vegetable Gardening. All welcome.

Mimosa Church food for thought, dinner and lecture. Dinner 6:30pm, lecture 7:30 to 8:45pm. Dinner limited to 50 persons, 519-855-4201 to reserve a spot. Free will offering.

Taizé prayer service, 7pm, St. James Church, Fergus - Savour a moment of stillness and reflection at this ecumenical service of music, prayer and meditation. All welcome

THURS. APRIL 26

Arthur Lions Club drive thru chicken barbecue, half chicken, baked potato, coleslaw, roll and dessert. Advanced tickets only, $15, 519-827-6670. Pick up St. John’s Parish Centre, 4 to 7pm.

The Emmanuel Christian Orchestra will host the public at a Celebration of Band music, Emmanuel Christian High School, Fergus, 7:30pm. Admission by donation, proceeds to Groves Hospital Foundation.

Turkey stew and biscuit super, 4:30 to 6:30pm, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Mount Forest, $10 per person.

Euchre, Murray Farwell Family Center, St. Mary R C Church, Mount Forest. 7:30pm, $3 includes prizes and light lunch.

FRI. APRIL 27

Guelph Optimist Club roast beef dinner, 5 to 7pm, Trinity United Church. Adults $18, kids 6 to 12 $9, 5 and under free. Contact 519-821-2747 for more info.

Fergus contra dance, 8 to 10:30pm, St. James Anglican Church, Fergus. Adults $12, students $8, youth free. No experience required. Callers: Tom Calwell and Myra Hirschberg accompanied by live music.

Musical hootenanny 7 to 9pm. Sign up for your time in the spotlight or just sit and enjoy. Arkell United Church.

Knox Church Palmerston ice cream and movie night, Courageus, 7pm. Free ice-cream, popcorn, chips and pops. Free will donation.

Wing night, Harriston Legion, 6:30pm. $20 all you can eat, $10 for a lb. (Takeout add $1 per container). 519-338-2843.

DIY wood sign workshop fundraiser for Wellington County 4-H Exchange Club. 7pm, Sharpe Farm Supplies, Guelph. Tickets $65, 519-400-3609.

All Saints community dinner, no charge, but free will donations accepted. All Saints Church, 81 Main Street, Erin. Games night to follow.

Guelph Creative Arts presents 58th annual Spring art show and sale, April 27 to 29, Old Quebec Street Shoppes downtown Guelph. Free admission. 10am to mall close each day.

Alma Optimist beef barbecue, Alma Community Centre, 5 to 7pm. Proceeds to Empowerment Day 2018. Adults $15, kids $5, under school age free.

Elora Legion Maple Leaf hall Friday night dance, 8pm. Tickets $12 per person. Music by Bill Beatty.

SAT. APRIL 28

Marsville Lions community breakfast, last Saturday of every month at the Marsville hall. 7:30 to 10am, $5/plate.

The Royal Canadian Legion, Guelph jam session. Bring your instrument for the afternoon and join in the fun. 2 to 5pm.

Saturday night dance, 8 to 11pm, The Royal Canadian Legion, Guelph. Jack Younger will be playing.

"Trees and Quackers," Clifford's Old Rotary Park, 11am to 1pm. Kids can plant a seedling to celebrate Arbor Day. 400 yellow ducks released into creek at noon to race. Buy a ticket on a duck and support local park projects.

Garage sale, St. Teresa of Avila Church hall, Elmira, 8am to noon. More information 519-669-5392.

Semi annual roast beef dinner, Knox Ospringe Church, 5pm. Three sittings for tickets, call Lisa 519-856-0594. Adults $17, kids $8, takeout available, pre-ordered only.

Arthur Legion crib tournament, 1pm. For more info call Diane 519-848-1106.

Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington mulch sale, 9am to 2pm, Young’s Home Hardware, Mount Forest, 519-846-5371 for info.

12th annual green legacy tree day, Town of Erin Works Yard, 5684 Trafalgar Rd., Erin. For more information 519-855-4407.

Centre Wellington Community Foundation greatest hits FUNdriaser, 6:30pm, Elora Legion. 1-888-713-4083.

Fergus Lioness Club garage sale, 8am to 1pm, Fergus Curling Club. All items sold are gently used or new.

SUN. APRIL 29

Ham supper, 4:30 to 6:30pm, St. Paul's United Church, Metz. Adults $14, 5 to 12 years $6, under 5 free. Tickets at door.

Tri Parish (Grace Anglican Church, Arthur; St. Paul's Anglican Church, Mt. Forest; St. Paul's Anglican Church, Palmerston) Holy Eucharist service, 11am, St. Paul's Church, Palmerston. Potluck and tri parish meeting to follow.

Chicken dinner, Drayton Legion, 5:30pm. All welcome.

Jamboree, Palmerston Legion, 1pm. Roast beef dinner, 5pm.Takeout welcome. Call 519-343-3749.

The 4th annual Fergus spring craft show and market, 11am to 3pm, Centre Wellington Sportsplex. Over 90 vendors, woodworking, gifts, decor, candles, and more. $3 admission.

Barbecue chicken dinner, Drayton Legion, 5:30pm. Adults $15, kids 12 and under free. Everyone welcome.

Peter Kumar, Evangelist/Prophet, Selah Fire, 10:30am. Community Christian School, Drayton. 519-638-2480

WED. MAY 2

The Eramosa 4-H Dairy Club first 2018 meeting, 7:30pm, Walkerbrae Farms, 7041 Wellington Road 30, Guelph. New members welcome. More info, 226-821-2693 or 519-503-8224.

Rain barrel sale, 3:30 to 5:30pm, Centre Wellington District High School. $55 for standard size. Info: 519-843-2500 ext. 540.

Mimosa Church food for thought, dinner and lecture. Dinner 6:30pm, lecture 7:30 to 8:45pm. Dinner limited to 50 persons, 519-855-4201 to reserve a spot. Free will offering.

Gale Presbyterian Church Elmira fish fry dinner, continuous serving from 4:45 to 7pm. Eat in or take out. Takeout available after 5:30pm. Advanced tickets: Adults $18, kids under 12 $8. Tickets available at church office, 519-669-2852 or 519-669-2817.

In depth bible study led by Rev. Bob LaChance, each Wednesday in May, 9:30 to 11:30am, Arkell United Church. 519-721-3422, 519-821-7623 or 519-822-4809. All welcome.

THURS. MAY 3

The Birds and the Bees by Mark Crawford, May 3 to 20, Theatre Orangeville. Tickets call 519-942-3423 or visit us online.

If someone else's drinking impacts you, you are welcome to attend Courage to Grow Al-Anon meeting, St. James Anglican Church, 171 Queen St. Fergus, 7:30pm.

FRI. MAY 4

Irish music, dance and song concert, Joy of My Heart, 8pm. Melville United Church, Fergus. Harp, pipes, fiddle, flute. Advance $12.50 at church or $15 at the door. 519-843-1781 x 3274.

Erin United Church ham on the bone dinner, 5, 6 and 7pm sittings. Tickets $15/adult, $8 kids under 12. Contact Cindy Storey 519-833-9808.

The Elora Festival and Singers' 30th annual giant book sale, May 4 (5 to 9pm), May 5 (9:30am to 5pm) and May 6 (9:30am to 4pm). Browse thousands of gently-read books, music, cds and games. Elora Curling Club. $5 admission Friday night only.

Louise Marshall Hospital Auxiliary spring luncheon, Mount Forest United Church, 11:30am to 1:30pm. Pulled beef on bun, coleslaw, pie. $10/person, bake table and door prize.

Roll up your sleeve and donate blood to help save the life of a local patient in need. 3:30 to 7:30pm, Lions Hall. Book your appointment online or by calling 1-888-2DONATE.

Community youth drop in, 7 to 9pm, Ebenezer United Church, Guelph Line. All youth grade 7 and up are welcome for food, fun and games and to hang-out. 519-763-7707.

Erin United Church ham on the bone dinner and silent auction, 115 Main Street, Erin. Seating at 5, 6, or 7pm, takeout available. $15 for adults and $8 for kids takeout. Kids eat in for free. Order tickets early 519-833-9808.

Junior Garden Club registration for gardeners aged 8 to 11 years. Runs Wednesdays, May to August, 6:30 to 7:30pm, Junior Garden Club Plot, Elmira. $15, 519-404-2042 for more info.

Mapleton Historical Society annual meeting, 7:30pm, PMD arena, Drayton. Everyone welcome.

SAT. MAY 5

Community dinner and Irish ceili, Belwood hall. Ham and scalloped potatoes, $15, 6pm. Ceili $7, 8pm. Cash bar. Info and tickets 519-787-0096.

Irish Artisan Marketplace and demonstrations, Belwood Park and church. Free. Stained glass, instrument builders, jewellery design, rope making, and more. 9am to 3:30pm.

Spring Rain Feis - Canada's first open platform feis. Now in its 4th year. Belwood. Free. 8:30am to 4:30pm. Come watch lively Irish dance, music, language and art competitors in action.

Saturday night dance, The Royal Canadian Legion Br. 234, Guelph, DJ from 8 to 11pm, donation at door.

Spring 2018 concert A Grand Night for Singing, Rainbow Chorus will join voices with Mino Ode Kwewak N’Gamowak. 7:30pm, Harcourt Memorial United Church, Guelph. Tickets available through EventBrite.

Giant garage sale, sponsored by IODE Royal Wyndham Chapter. 8am to noon, 102 Downey Rd., Guelph. Proceeds to charity.

Erin community tree planting, 9am to noon, A long Rotary Trail, please meet off Delarmbro Drive.

School reunion for all former students of SS2 Pilkington (Middlebrook). 1 to 4:30pm, Bethel Mennonite Church. Admission $5/person. Info 519-846-9208 or 519-846-5100.

Palmerston Legion superheroes car rally, 12:30pm. $20/person, must preregister. Info call Tammy 519-501-5822.

Guelph Township Horticultural society plant sale and green legacy tree give-a-way, donations to Food Bank appreciated, 9am to noon, Marden Community Centre.

The Treasure Shop, a free giveaway, 9am to noon, Grace Christian Fellowship, Fergus. Clothing, footwear, household items, books and more. Something for everyone. 519-787-1978.

Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington mulch sale, 8am to noon, Centre Wellington Sportsplex, Fergus. 519-846-5371 for details.

Community men’s breakfast, 8 to 9am, Ebenezer United Church, Guelph Line. Come and meet other men in our community. Info: MaryLou at 519-853-4399.

Fergus Tennis Club open registration and open house. New learn to play sessions don’t require a membership. Juniors learn free. 11am to 3pm, 259 Tower St. Fergus.

Guelph Horticultural Society city greenhouse tour, 10am, Riverside Park, Guelph. Meet in parking lot off of Woolwich Street by main washrooms. Open to Guelph Horticultural Society members only.

SUN. MAY 6

Julia's 8th annual tea party and bake sale in support of the Children's Tumour Foundation. Tea, desserts, raffle prizes and entertainment. Free admission, donations appreciated. 2 to 4pm, Puslinch Community Centre.

Edible auction spring ham dinner, Trinity United Church, Guelph. Doors open and silent auction, 4:30pm. Live auction 5pm, dinner 5:15pm. Tickets $15/adult, $35/family, 519-824-4800.

Ballinafad United Church is celebrating their 140th anniversary, 11am, musical entertainment and a time to learn about our local history. Guest speaker Rev. Dr. Bruce Sweet. Lunch to follow.

MON. MAY 7

Challenge euchre, Palmerston Legion upstairs hall, 7:30pm, $5/person, must bring partner. Light lunch provided. All welcome.

WED. MAY 9

Mimosa Church food for thought, dinner and lecture. Dinner 6:30pm, lecture 7:30 to 8:45pm. Dinner limited to 50 persons, 519-855-4201 to reserve a spot. Free will offering.

THURS. MAY 10

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

The Ballinafad Hall Board hosts euchre at the Ballinafad Community Centre, Erin, 7:30pm, bi-weekly. $3 per player. Coffee and tea served. All welcome. 905-866-7702 for info.

Palmerston blood donor clinic, 5 to 8pm, Community Centre.

Euchre, Murray Farwell Family Center, St. Mary, R C Church, Mount Forest. 7:30pm, $3 includes prizes and light lunch.

FRI. MAY 11

Giant three day garage and bake sale, May 11, May 12, and May 14, 8am to 4pm, Melville United Church, Fergus.

Lawn and basement sale, May 11 and 12, Harriston United Church, rain or shine. Friday 8am to 6pm, Saturday 8am to 1pm. Bake sale, lunch counter, household goods and more.

Paint and wine night, 7 to 9pm, fundraiser for the Guelph Legion. 519-822-1565 for more information or to register.

SAT. MAY 12

Guelph Horticultural Society annual perennial plant sale, Guelph Farmers' Market, 7am to noon. Come early for best selection.

29th annual spring plant sale, 8 to 11am, rain or shine, Old Salem Schoolhouse Parking Lot - Corner of County Roads 7 and 18. A diverse variety of plants and bags of compost available.

The Recycled Teenagers Band, The Royal Canadian Legion Guelph, 1:30 to 4:30pm, donation at door. Saturday night dance to follow. Jack Younger playing, 8 to 11pm, donation at door.

Rockwood Lions, Good Brothers fundraising dance, 00pm to 00pm, Rockmosa Community Centre. Proceeds to cancer.

Guelph Horticultural Society plant sale, 7am to noon, home grown and nursery plants. Memberships for sale. Marden Community Centre at Works Parking Lot, 7368 Wellington Rd.

19th best blooming Fergus Horticultural Society plant sale, 8 to 11am, Stone House next to CW Sportsplex. 519-820-6337.

Arkell United Church men's breakfast, 9am, Guelph Airport Café, Guelph. All men are invited for conversation and food. Contact Bob at 519-824-6084.

Guelph Horticultural Society annual perennial plant sale, 7am to noon, Guelph Farmers' Market. Come early for best selection.

SUN. MAY 13

Special Mother’s Day service, 10am, Ebenezer United Church. Bring your mom, grandmother, daughter, granddaughter or friend. Wear your favourite hat or fascinator.

MON. MAY 14

Erin Village Quilters meeting, 7pm, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Hillsburgh. Speaker Susan Clark Growing your Creativity Gene. New members and guests welcome. Guest $5.

Big Brothers Big Sisters annual general meeting of North Wellington, 2nd floor meeting room, 110 Wellington St. E. Mount Forest, 7pm.

TUES. MAY 15

Luncheon, 11:30am to 1pm, Gale Presbyterian Church, Elmira. Russian chicken with noodles, hot vegetable, bread, salad, rhubarb dessert, beverage, $12.

The Children's Foundation of Guelph and Wellington's Fore Our Kids Golf Tournament helps raise funds for local children and youth. Register online.

Guelph Horticultural Society mini flower show, 7:30pm. Entries to be in place between 6:30 to 7:15pm. Memberships available. Marden Community Centre.

Senior's Lunch, noon, Arkell United Church, 600 Arkell Road, Arkell. An afternoon of food, music, cards and fellowship. Contact the church at 519-821-7623.

WED. MAY 16

Flower show and guest speaker, 7pm. Speaker: Joanne Weber, Getting Your Garden Off The Ground. All welcome. Meetings held in the basement at the Mount Forest United Church.

FRI. MAY 18

Euchre, St. John's United Church, Belwood, 7:30pm.

Community youth drop in, 7 to 9pm, Ebenezer United Church, Guelph Line. All youth grade 7 and up are welcome for food, fun and games and to hang-out. 519-763-7707.

SAT. MAY 19

Best of Friends, The Royal Canadian Legion Guelph will be hosting this group, 2 to 5pm, donation at door. Saturday night dance to follow. There will be a DJ, 8 to 11pm, donation at door.

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Arthur town wide yard sale, Victoria Day weekend. Join list of sale addresses: 519-848-2019.

SUN. MAY 20

Pentecost service, 10am, Arkell United Church, Arkell.

TUES. MAY 22

Seniors’ lunch, noon, Ebenezer United Church, Guelph Line. Come for a bowl or two of tasty homemade soup, sandwiches, cards and games. 519-763-7707. Free will offering.

Guelph Horticultural Society general meeting and mini flower show, 7:30pm, Dublin Street United Church, Guelph. Guest Speaker: Rodger Tschantz, New plant trends in 2018.

THURS. MAY 24

Euchre, Murray Farwell Family Center, St. Mary, R C Church, Mount Forest. 7:30pm, $3 includes prizes and light lunch.

FRI. MAY 25

Fergus contra dance, 8 to 10:30pm, St. James Anglican Church, Fergus. Adults $12, students $8, youth free. All welcome. Called by Frank Francalanza. Music by Ian Bell and Willie Henry.

Arthur United Church spring yard/rummage/bake sale, May 25, 9am to 7pm and May 26, 8am to 12pm. Something for everyone, clothing, toys, household items, baking and more.

SAT. MAY 26

Marsville Lions community breakfast, last Saturday of every month at the Marsville hall. 7:30 to 10am, $5/plate.

Friendship Gardens perennial plant sale, 8:30 to 11am, Headwaters Healthcare Centre, Orangeville. Free parking. Over 1,000 plants for sale. Expert gardeners. Proceeds support Friendship Gardens at Headwaters Healthcare Centre.

Jam session, The Guelph Legion will be hosting this event, 2 to 5pm. Bring your instruments and join in the fun with other musicians. Donation at door.

Saturday night dance, The Royal Canadian Legion Guelph. Rob Martine will be playing for your dancing pleasure, 8 to 11pm. Donation at door.

Annual perennial plant sale, 8:30 to 11am, Headwaters Healthcare Centre, Orangeville. Free parking, expert gardeners on hand. Proceeds support Friendship Gardens.

Eden Mills Arts Festival, May 26 and 27, 11am to 5pm, Eden Mills Community Hall. 30 artists represented, live music, homemade food.

2018 Spring plant sale, 9am to 2pm (rain or shine), Guelph Water Works. Cash or cheques only. Large selection of plants, and rain barrels. 519-824-4120 ext. 56714.

SUN. MAY 27

Cats Anonymous 6th annual "Paws in the Garden" spring fundraiser. 12 to 4pm, Italian Canadian Club, Guelph. Games, raffles, auctions and lunch. Advance tickets only, $35/person, 519-855-6850.

FRI. JUNE 1

Community youth drop in, 7 to 9pm, Ebenezer United Church, Guelph Line. All youth grade 7 and up are welcome for food, fun and games and to hang-out. 519-763-7707.

SAT. JUNE 2

Link Up With Duff's, support Community Parish Nurse and Guelph-Wellington Women In Crisis. Golf, euchre, dinner, door prizes and more. Tickets and info 519-763-1163, 519-767-2462.

Community men’s breakfast, 8 to 9am, Ebenezer United Church, Guelph Line. Come and meet other men in our community. Info: MaryLou at 519-853-4399.

Harriston Horticultural Society 17th annual garden festival, 8am to 2pm, Harriston Community Centre, free admission. 519-348-3012 for more information.

SAT. JUNE 11

Erin Village Quilters pot luck social meeting 6:30pm, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Hillsburgh. New members and guests welcome. Guest $5.

THURS. JUNE 14

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

FRI. JUNE 15

Euchre, St. John's United Church, Belwood, 7:30pm.

Community youth drop in, 7 to 9pm, Ebenezer United Church, Guelph Line. All youth grade 7 and up are welcome for food, fun and games and to hang-out. 519-763-7707.

Guelph Horticultural Society tour of the floral clock and enabling garden, 10am, Riverside Park, Guelph. Meet in the parking lot off of Woolwich Street by the main washrooms. Please bring a lunch for a picnic in the park. Open to Guelph Horticultural Society members only.

SAT. JUNE 16

Guelph brain tumour walk, Riverside Park. 8:30am registration, walks starts at 10am. Walk to raise funds for life-changing research, support programs, awareness and more.

SUN. JUNE 17

Father’s Day celebration service, 10am, Ebenezer United Church, Guelph Line. Bring your dad, son, etc. and wear your favourite tie.

TUES. JUNE 19

Luncheon, 11:30am to 1pm, Gale Presbyterian Church, Elmira. Cold ham, salads, bread, dessert, beverage, $12.

THURS. JUNE 21

The Ballinafad Hall Board hosts euchre at the Ballinafad Community Centre, Erin, 7:30pm, bi-weekly. $3 per player. Coffee and tea served. All welcome. 905-866-7702 for info.

FRI. JUNE 22

Strawberry Festival, 4:30 to 7:30pm, includes full dinner. Tickets $20. 1/3 of profits donated to a local charity. 905-854-2423 to reserve tickets

SAT. JUNE 30

Marsville Lions community breakfast, last Saturday of every month at the Marsville hall. 7:30 to 10am, $5/plate.

SUN. JULY 8

Guelph Horticultural Society annual garden showcase tour, 1 to 5pm. 7 unique gardens, rain or shine. $10 adults, kids under 12 are free, no pets. For more information see online.

THURS. JULY 12

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

SAT. JULY 14

Guelph Horticultural Society "Summer Glory" annual summer flower show, Old Quebec Street Shoppes, downtown Guelph. Entries to be placed from 9 to 11am. Judging to begin at 11am. See online for more details.

THURS. JULY 19

The Ballinafad Hall Board hosts euchre at the Ballinafad Community Centre, Erin, 7:30pm, bi-weekly. $3 per player. Coffee and tea served. All welcome. 905-866-7702 for info.

SAT. JULY 28

Marsville Lions community breakfast, last Saturday of every month at the Marsville hall. 7:30 to 10am, $5/plate.

THURS. AUG. 9

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

THURS. AUG 16

The Ballinafad Hall Board hosts euchre at the Ballinafad Community Centre, Erin, 7:30pm, bi-weekly. $3 per player. Coffee and tea served. All welcome. 905-866-7702 for info.

SAT. AUG. 25

Marsville Lions community breakfast, last Saturday of every month at the Marsville hall. 7:30 to 10am, $5/plate.

THURS. AUG. 30

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

THURS. SEPT. 6

Arthur Fall Fair roast beef dinner, 5 to 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre. Adults $14, under 12 $6, all welcome.

FRI. SEPT. 7

Arthur Fall Fair, 9am to noon, enter exhibits. 7pm parade downtown. Arthur fall fair buildings open 7 to 10pm, Arthur Community Centre.

SAT. SEPT. 8

Arthur Fall Fair, 8:30am sport pony show, 4H calf show. Buildings open 9am to 6pm. Chili cookoff 6pm, lawn tractor pulls admission adults $5, under 12 free with adult.

SUN. SEPT. 9

Arthur Fall Fair, 10am western horse show, buildings open 10:30am to 4pm. 4:30 to 6pm exhibits to be removed. Admission adults $5, under 12 free.

THURS. SEPT. 13

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

The Ballinafad Hall Board hosts euchre at the Ballinafad Community Centre, Erin, 7:30pm, bi-weekly. $3 per player. Coffee and tea served. All welcome. 905-866-7702 for info.

FRI. SEPT. 21

Euchre, St. John's United Church, Belwood, 7:30pm.

TUES. SEPT. 25

Guelph Horticultural Society general meeting and mini flower show, 7:30pm, Dublin Street United Church, Guelph. Speaker: Paul Zammit, Planning and Planting for all seasons.

SAT. SEPT. 29

Marsville Lions community breakfast, last Saturday of every month at the Marsville hall. 7:30 to 10am, $5/plate.

THURS. OCT. 11

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

The Ballinafad Hall Board hosts euchre at the Ballinafad Community Centre, Erin, 7:30pm, bi-weekly. $3 per player. Coffee and tea served. All welcome. 905-866-7702 for info.

FRI. OCT. 19

Euchre, St. John's United Church, Belwood, 7:30pm.

TUES. OCT. 23

Guelph Horticultural Society general meeting and mini flower show, 7:30pm, Dublin Street United Church, Guelph. Speaker: Tara Nolan Raised Bed Revolution: Why Raised Beds Rule.

SAT. OCT. 27

Marsville Lions community breakfast, last Saturday of every month at the Marsville hall. 7:30 to 10am, $5/plate.

THURS. NOV. 8

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

The Ballinafad Hall Board hosts euchre at the Ballinafad Community Centre, Erin, 7:30pm, bi-weekly. $3 per player. Coffee and tea served. All welcome. 905-866-7702 for info.

FRI. NOV. 16

Euchre, St. John's United Church, Belwood, 7:30pm.

SAT. NOV. 24

Marsville Lions community breakfast, last Saturday of every month at the Marsville hall. 7:30 to 10am, $5/plate.

THURS. DEC. 6

Arthur Agricultural Society general meeting, 7:30pm, Arthur Community Centre, downstairs hall. All welcome.

The Ballinafad Hall Board hosts euchre at the Ballinafad Community Centre, Erin, 7:30pm, bi-weekly. $3 per player. Coffee and tea served. All welcome. 905-866-7702 for info.

FRI. DEC. 14

Euchre, St. John's United Church, Belwood, 7:30pm.

 

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