Monthly Archives: November 2011

Profil de la communauté anglophone des Cantons-de-l’Est

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Profile of the English-speaking community in the Eastern Townships

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News from a Cultural Partner: Knowlton Players’ Present Trouble in PantoLand Courtesy of the Knowlton Players

There is something seriously wrong with the Wicked Queen’s magic mirror and Cinderella has been left standing at the altar, waiting in vain for her Prince Charming. For He Whose Name No-one Can Remember, a seriously evil wizard, has invaded PantoLand and all the heroes have disappeared! Knowlton Players are pleased to present ‘Trouble in PantoLand’ written by Sharon Hulm and directed by Lucy Hoblyn. A cast of 32 adults and young people will

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Music, Fun and Art at Centennial Theatre this Sunday

We thought that our readers might like to know a little bit more about the Healing Benefits of Art Music and Laughter event, taking place on Sunday, November 13 at Centennial Theatre, so we asked Eric Akbar Manolson, coordinator of the With RESPECT to our Elders project, to tell us more about it. Eric, what is this event all about? Mostly, the event is about four things: fun, laughter, connections and learning. We want people to meet other interesting

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Are you getting a flu shot this year?

Flu season will soon be upon us, since in Quebec it generally runs from December to March or April. After being infected with the virus, a person may be contagious for up to 24 hours before symptoms begin to appear, as well as up to 7 days after symptoms begin (in the case of children, this could be even longer). Most people in good health can get over the flu by themselves, but certain people (such as young children and older populations, as well

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