The Curtain Club Presents their next Online Play - Enid and Pearl Have Tea

Enid and Pearl have Tea by Lyn McCauley & Gretchen Huntley, is The Curtain Club's their third on-line play.

It's 40 minutues long.

Anyone and everyone can watch! Membership not required!

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Richmond Hill Considers Regulating Short-Term Rental Accommodations

Richmond Hill is moving forward on exploring options to regulate short-term rental accommodations and we are seeking your input through an online survey.

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How to Dress for an Outdoor Workout

Days are getting shorter and maximizing the time you spend outdoors can be great for your mental and physical health. However, don’t let the dropping temperatures discourage you from getting some fresh air, you just need to be smart about it! 

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Recognizing the Importance of Respecting Parents’ Roles and Rights as their Children’s Primary Educators

Earlier this month, Member of Provincial Parliament Daisy Wai introduced a Private Member’s Motion in the Legislature to enhance the role of parents in Ontario’s education system and allow them to be more involved in their children’s education at

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Gardening Tips - Backyard Compost Production

To turn garden waste into compost, four things are needed: warmth, oxygen, moisture and "food".

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Ontario Helps Protect Vulnerable People in York Region During COVID-19 Province provides additional funding for shelters and rent relief

The Ontario government is providing municipalities and Indigenous community partners with over $241 million to help protect the province’s most vulnerable during COVID-19, including those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

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Federal Grants Available to Celebrate Upcoming Canadian Holidays

Celebrate Canada provides funding for activities organized on:

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Let's Explore Richmond Hill - Yonge Street Cairn and University Ave Armouries Commemoration

I wonder how many people living in Richmond Hill have stopped at this National Historic Monument - commemorating the building of Yonge Street. 

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