Monthly Archives: June 2015

Arts Coming Alive in Knowlton

The English Language Arts Network (ELAN) has banded together with six Quebec regions, home to active English-speaking arts communities, to create an exciting festival that will run all summer long. Arts Alive! Quebec is a moveable feast of music, theatre, dance, visual arts, and film, offering hands-on, creative fun for the entire family! On July 3 and 4, Arts Alive! Quebec comes to Knowlton allowing the region to host a weekend mini-festival that

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Summer Art Contest Launched

Do you know a young student with an artistic mind? Or maybe a teen who likes to creatively express themselves? Invite them to show off their artistic talents and their love of the historical Eastern Townships in the I ART The Townships summer art contest. Townshippers’ Association’s Make Way for YOUth project and the Eaton Valley Community Learning Centre are partnering to present this free art contest for young talented artists, of any grade

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Townshippers’ Day 2015: Call for Exhibitors, Supporters and Volunteers

[caption id="attachment_12813" align="aligncenter" width="300"] The 2015 Townshippers' Day organizing committee (Back row left to right) Richard Price, Tom McGovern, John Rhicard, Steve Lawson, Shelly Paige (Front row:) Cari Ensio, Barrie Paige, Nancy Pagé[/caption] BROME, June 16, 2015 – The organizing committee from the Town of Brome Lake and Brome Village are already enthusiastically organizing the 36th edition of Townshippers’ Day on Saturday,

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Journée des Townshippers 2015 : appel aux exposants, aux supporteurs et aux bénévoles

[caption id="attachment_12813" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Le comité d'organisation de 2015 Jour des Townshippers (Rangée arrière de gauche à droite) Richard Price, Tom McGovern, John Rhicard, Steve Lawson, Shelly Paige (rangée :) Cari Ensio, Barrie Paige, Nancy Pagé[/caption] BROME, 16 juin 2015 – Le comité organisateur formé par la municipalité de Lac-Brome et le village de Brome est déjà au travail avec enthousiasme afin

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Beach Party in Cowansville

On Saturday, June 20, 2015, dust off those flip flops and come down to Cowansville’s Municipal Beach to celebrate summer fun at the free ‘La Plage en Fête’ (Beach Party). Formerly known as Cowansville’s ‘Journée Champetre des Générations,’ the Beach Party, from 10 am to 4 pm, is a day of fun for all ages with games and activities for children, live entertainment, a free lunch and dessert, prizes and great community involvement. Townshippers’

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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Neglect, abuse and bullying, being humiliated, threatened, extorted or pressured about money, these are all acts of elder abuse. On Monday, June 15 help to put an end to elder abuse by donning a purple ribbon in support of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Launched in 2012 in the Estrie, Townshippers’ Association is proud to lend its support to this initiative to raise awareness of the need to break the silence against the many forms of neglect,

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High School Students Celebrated at Townshippers’ Association’s AGM

[caption id="attachment_12581" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Credit: Katryna Belanger Caption: Jenny Ménard, Make Way for YOUth Desjardins Migration Agent (far left) and Townshippers’ Association Board Member Kohl Kelso (far right) awarded $750 in scholarships to this year’s Excel in the Estrie essay contest winners Breanna Patrick, Glenn Leitzy Aluha and Sarah Elizabeth Cote.[/caption] ORFORD, June 8, 2015 – Three high school students

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Free Videoconference; Powers of Attorney, Mandates and Wills

Powers of attorney, mandates and wills are the focus of the next free CHEP videoconference held at the Richmond and Region Community Learning Centre (CLC), from 10 a.m. to noon, Wednesday, June 17, 2015. Townshippers’ Association is proud to present this informative videoconference hosted by the Community Health and Social Services Network’s (CHSSN) Community Health Education Program (CHEP) which connects communities to expert health and social

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One-on-one Business Coaching Returns to Knowlton

Whether you a looking to start-up a new business, boost an existing one or turn your artistic craft into a career, one-on-one business coaching from YES Montreal is here to help. Townshippers’ Association is proud to partner with YES (Youth Employment Services) to bring the coaching services of specialist Coby Ingham to its Lac-Brome office for a one-on-one hour long consultations on June 10. Navigating the entrepreneurial world can be challenging.

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