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Mono Hiking Challenge

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This year is Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation & one of the ways that Mono will be celebrating is by hosting a Mono Hiking Challenge.

Canoe North Adventures logoThe 'challenge' is to hike one or all of the 20 designated hikes that are part of the program. For each hike completed, a participant will receive an entry into the Grand Prize draw, a 1 week stay for two people at Canoe North Adventure Lodge, in Norman Wells, Northwest Territories courtesy of Canoe North Adventures.

To become a participant, all that you need to do is register here. Then, from June 4th through October 31th, 2017, hike as many of the designated trails as you want.

Each time you complete one of the designated trails you will receive an entry into the Grand Prize draw. Hike one trail - get one entry; hike 5 trails - get 5 entries & so on. Hike all 20 and you will be entered into the draw twenty times.

During each hike you will be asked to take a selfie at a specially designated sign post on the trail and share the image on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #monohikingchallenge.

View all the trails, including descriptions at monohikingchallenge.ca/trails.aspx.
View the online mapping (suitable for mobile devices).

Register online at monohikingchallenge.ca

Friday, May 12, 2017 - 11:00am

Shelburne Curling Club 2017/2018 Season

The Shelburne Curling Club offers a complete range of curling from introductory and learn-to-curl instruction through social, semi-competitive to competitive curling. They have curlers at the club that range in age from 7 to 92, so it's fun for the whole family.

For 2017/18 the curling program includes:

  • Open curling where people can enjoy a fun game and socialize afterwards
  • Team Competitive curling
  • Social curling where the emphasis is on learning skills and enjoying the game
  • House League curling where teams are formed by the club. A great next step up from social curling
  • Junior curlers from 7 to 20 learn skills and teamwork
  • Ladies social curling learning skills and team building
  • Doubles curling where teams of 2 players compete
  • : Social curling where the emphasis is on learning skills and team building

 

Shelburne Curling Club logoRegistration for the 2017-18 season will be held on Friday Sept. 29 with Wine and Cheese reception from 7 pm to 9pm and on Saturday Sept. 30 from 9 am to Noon.

For more information, visit their website at www.shelburnecurling.ca, or call the club at 519-925-2011.

Friday, September 29, 2017 - 7:00pm
Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 9:00am

Shelburne Curling Club 2017/2018 Season

The Shelburne Curling Club offers a complete range of curling from introductory and learn-to-curl instruction through social, semi-competitive to competitive curling. They have curlers at the club that range in age from 7 to 92, so it's fun for the whole family.

For 2017/18 the curling program includes:

  • Open curling where people can enjoy a fun game and socialize afterwards
  • Team Competitive curling
  • Social curling where the emphasis is on learning skills and enjoying the game
  • House League curling where teams are formed by the club. A great next step up from social curling
  • Junior curlers from 7 to 20 learn skills and teamwork
  • Ladies social curling learning skills and team building
  • Doubles curling where teams of 2 players compete
  • : Social curling where the emphasis is on learning skills and team building

 

Shelburne Curling Club logoRegistration for the 2017-18 season will be held on Friday Sept. 29 with Wine and Cheese reception from 7 pm to 9pm and on Saturday Sept. 30 from 9 am to Noon.

For more information, visit their website at www.shelburnecurling.ca, or call the club at 519-925-2011.

Friday, September 29, 2017 - 7:00pm
Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 9:00am

'Neath the Cover of October Skies

Mono Children’s Halloween Party 2017

Goblins, monsters, witches and ghosts!
They were all at Mono Centre for the Halloween roast.

And what a great time everyone had!
Kids, parents, grandmas and granddads.

There were crafts to make,
Pumpkins and cupcakes to decorate,
Games to play, costume parades,
Hula hoops to spin, prizes to win.
Scarecrows on stilts, people in kilts,
Entertainment, cake, ice cream and more.
Last but not least, loot bags at the door.

The Town of Mono wants to thank all
Who helped to make such a success
Of the Halloween Ball!
From the kids and their smiles
To Moms and Dads,
And let’s not forget
All the helpers we had.

We are already looking forward to 2018.
Where there will be more goblins and ghosts
At Mono Centre to be seen!

Sunday, October 29, 2017 - 3:00pm

Probus Club November 2017 Meeting

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On Thursday, November 9th, 2017 at 10 a.m. the PROBUS Club of Orangeville and District will meet at the Orangeville Agriculture Society Event Centre. This month's speaker is local author, storyteller and historian, Ken Weber.

PROBUS is a not-for-profit social club for retired and semi-retired individuals who are wanting to enrich their lives. A regular opportunity is provided to stimulate the mind and expand interests, to stay healthy through activities and events, and network with like-minded people while enjoying the fellowship of new friends.

Guests are welcome » For more information contact Ross Farrelly at [email protected] or visit probusorangeville.ca.

Thursday, November 9, 2017 - 10:00am
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