Big Bad Voodoo Daddy - May 8 at RHCPA


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    This weekend at the Mill Pond Gallery see the original artwork of Richmond Hill Group of Artists talented members Sue Foerster and Archie Maghsoudloo. Drop by the gallery to meet the artists and see their unique and expressive ...
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Come enjoy some tea and scones and browse the gallery and craft rooms.  There are some beautiful work displayed. It's only open Saturday and Sunday 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., and tea is served from 1 to 4 pm.
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Join the congregation at Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church to celebrate Christ's Resurrection on Easter Sunday. The sanctuary will be decorated with Easter flowers and the music of Easter will soar with Resurrection Joy!
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The clergy and people of St. Mary's Anglican Church in Richmond Hill invite you to join them through Holy Week and on Easter Sunday as they follow the story of Jesus' death and resurrection. The Sunday of the Resurrection —  services at ...
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Free for RHGA Members/ $10.00 for Non-Members  ALL WELCOME! DON CAVIN Demo – Monday April 21 ...
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Easter will be taking place April 20th this year. Easter is celebrated the Sunday after the first full moon in spring. Easter can be as early as March 22 and as late as April 25. Easter is a long weekend, with people having the Friday and sometimes ...
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The Historical Society's own members, Greg Hunter and Dinah Cruse-Hunter will be presenting the final segment of their 3 part annual series (2012 – 2014) explaining the ongoing historical and political events that linked the battles, the allies ...
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Congratulations to Luc Déry and Kim McCraw from micro_scope production company for their at the Canadian Screen Awards. Their film, Gabrielle, the Quebec coming-of-age drama that was Canada's official selection for Oscar foreign-language film ...
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Do you want to know how people are contributing to the well being of the community and let others know how you are contributing? Connecting the Community meets weekly and is facilitated by Marj Andre, director of OnRichmondhill.com.A diverse group ...
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Tree debris (including branches greater than 1.2 m long and 10 cm in diameter) left behind on private property from the Ice Storm can be brought to the curb until Monday, April 21. Crews will be systematically moving through town to remove this larger ...
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Cheri DiNovo, M.P.P. and author of "Que(e)rying Evangelism" will give a free talk at the Richmond Hill United Church as part of their speaker series. Please see her web site www.cheridinovo.ca This is a free event. All welcome. For more information ...
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Richmond Hill’s Older Adult 55+ section will be conducting three Focus Groups to gather information to help draft an overall vision and a set of strategies to guide older adult recreation programming in the community.  Light refreshments ...
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Join this two-session course and learn to make delicious gluten-free meals, in mixed classes of hands-on training and demonstrations. Second session of the course is on April 29, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, at the Oak Ridges Community Centre. An Older Adult ...
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Glen Murray,Minister of Infrastructure, Minister of Transportation will make an announcment concerning a transit initiative here in Richmond Hill. This is an opportunity to show our elected officials that the residents of Richmond Hill really do want ...
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Interested in leaving a legacy? Email naturalenvironment@richmondhill.ca to find out how to get involved. "The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit" ~ Nelson Henderson
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The Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce makes good opportunities for people in business to network. Each month they have 2 regular networking opportunities - one in the morning and one after hours. Today is an 'after-hours' at one of their member's ...
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Richmond Hill’s Older Adult 55+ section will be conducting three Focus Groups to gather information to help draft an overall vision and a set of strategies to guide older adult recreation programming in the community.  Light refreshments ...
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St. Matthew's Lunch & Learn happens on the 4th Wednesday each month. This month Raeann Rideout, Regional Coordinator of the Ontario Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (Central East), speaks about: Financial Fraud and Scams Protecting ...
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“Some are calling these oils the medicine of the future." Essential Oils have been effectively been used and even traded in ancient times and unfortunately forgotten in our modern era. Join presenter Sandra Corrado, CHRP, FIS, PTS, ZIN for ...
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The AIDS Committee of York Region (ACYR) will host its annual fundraising event A Taste for Life at various restaurants across York Region on Wednesday, April 23, 2014. Participating restaurants in the York Region will donate 25% of the lunch/dinner ...
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Join Bruce Krahn, fitness expert, speaker and best-selling author of The Fat Fighter Diet for this highly informative seminar! In this info packed seminar you will learn: How a simple nutrient timing method can help you lose stubborn body fat The ...
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New program starting at the Mill Pond Gallery, New instuctor! Exploring Artistic Techniques Thursday Evenings May 1 to June 19. 6:30 - 9:30 Cost $225 Plus $50 materials fee payable to Instructor Single classes $40 each - please register ...
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Freedom 55 Financial and Lionrich Tax and Financial Services would like you to ask yourself: Your assets have been worth building...aren't they worth preserving? Are you maximizing the value of your business  over the long term? Is your ...
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The Canadian Tai Chi Academy is offering a beginner tai chi course in a positive, non-competitive environment. Course runs every Thursday evening for the next for months. Cost: Try the first class for free to see if you like it. No obligation to ...
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