The association regularly produces two columns to keep community members up-to-date with our regular activities, as well as those of our partners.
Keeping in Touch is published every Wednesday in the Sherbrooke Record with news, announcements, information and events concerning the English-speaking community. Catch up this column on our website…>>
About Townshippers’ printed bi-weekly in the Brome County News, this column shares news about the activities of the Association, which are specifically targeted to English-speakers in the Montérégie-East region of the Eastern Townships. Read the last issue…>>
Over the years Townshippers’ has produced a variety of journals, research documents and other publications focusing on a wide array of topics of interest to our community. To view and download collection visit our Publications page.
Every Friday afternoon between 5 and 6 p.m. Townshippers’ is on the air on CIDI 99.1 FM. Hosted by staff members Kate Holbrook and Kate Murray, About Townshippers shares association news and upcoming events in the Brome-Missisquoi area. The show also introduces you to local partners and music from local artists. Those outside of the radio range can tune in to the live stream at www.cidifm.com.
Townshippers’ Association’s monthly newsletter is distributed by e-mail to members and partners of the Association. It includes information about upcoming events, activities and opportunities available to members of the English-speaking community in the Eastern Townships, as well as information about our cultural partners. Subscribe to our newsletter
Please note; since newsletters can not be corrected after they are sent, corrections to any newsletter errors are posted on Townshippers’ Facebook page.
The Make Way for YOUth e-bulletin is designed specifically for post-secondary students and graduates, between the ages of 18 and 35, who wish to learn more about the opportunities available to them in the Eastern Townships. It includes information about interesting job opportunities available in the Estrie region and advertises upcoming cultural and social activities. For a young professional interested in learning more about the Estrie, the Accro des regions e-bulletin is a great tool! To learn more about the Accro des regions e-bulletin, visit www.placeauxjeunes.qc.ca or contact our Make Way for Youth/Desjardins Migration Agent: 819-566-5717 (toll free: 1-866-566-5717) or [email protected]
Our Arts Watch bulletin has migrated with our e-bulletin. Watch the Arts Watch section to find out about interesting funding and training opportunities in all disciplines.
Our websites offer a wealth of information about Townshippers’ Association and its initiatives. From purchasing music or books by Townships’ artists to finding a new career or training opportunity in the Eastern Townships, these online resources can help you find what you seek.
We are very social! Just search for ‘Townshippers’ Association’ on your favourite social media network to see if we’re connected or click n the links at the very bottom of the page. To understand how we use these networks, consult our Social Media Policy