On September 25th, we hosted an All Candidates Meeting so families can be more informed when they make their choice and vote on October 22nd. We heard from individuals campaigning to become Mayor, Councillors, as well as School Board Trustee.
Attached is a link to the video where you can watch if you were not able to make it out yesterday.
Thank-you to all those who participated as well as came out last night.
Recreation and Arts Fair: Making life easier for families. Parents and caregivers can find out about the fantastic recreational and art opportunities for their children and youth in North Grenville and surrounding area, all in one night, one spot.
August 14th from 6:30pm-8:30pm at the Grenville Mutual Insurance Company (380 Colonnade Drive, Kemptville)
We have officially launched the North Grenville Community Needs Assessment
We want EVERYONE to get involved by filling out our survey. This survey will collect valuable information that will help us identify the gaps in services in North Grenville. Your opinion is valuable. Please take a few minutes to contribute to the future of your community.
Wow – Christmas came fast this year! It’s only two days after the kids begin their Christmas break…that leaves 14 days straight before they go back to school. Some parents love that, some parents put the kids in care, some parents are at a loss of things to do.
Here are a few things going on around North Grenville over the holidays
Who cares if it is cold! Get outside…plus it’s a good reason to go for a hot chocolate afterwards.
Friday, December 30 2016 & Friday, January 06 2017 at 8:00pm
Mudpuppies! Huh? Yup – who knew? Not me!
“This is the opportunity to see our giant aquatic Salamanders at the only place in Ontario where they’re known to be easily viewed during their winter activity. We assemble on the County Road 18 bridge below the dam, and walk around the shore or ice shelves, seeing up to 180 Mudpuppies prowling the bottom. Afterwards we retire to the Brigadoon Restaurant, to drink coffee, eat desserts, and talk about Mudpuppies and everything else!”
What a cool thing to do right here in North Grenville!
Friday, December 30 2016 & Friday, January 06 2017 from 11:30am – 01:00pm
The aim of the Friendship Luncheon Ministry is to reach out to the whole Community of North Grenville by providing a nourishing meal and Christian fellowship. This outreach provides a friendly, caring haven where people from diverse age groups, belief systems and circumstances feel comfortable and share in friendly association. There is no charge for the meal although donations are appreciated.
The Friendship Lunch is available from October through May on Fridays from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m in Leslie Hall next to St James Church on Clothier Street in Kemptville.
The Friendship Lunch menu alternates each week between a soup and sandwich lunch, and a hot entree. A variety of desserts are provided with coffee, tea and juice.
All are welcome to come and enjoy food and fellowship!
Want to help out?
Every Friday we are in need of gifts of food and time. If you would like to help by providing food or coming to setup or clean up or in any other way please contact us.
Here are some bits of information from the Municipality of North Grenville. We think it is very important that the voices of the residents of North Grenville be heard. Please let the Municipality of North Grenville know how you feel. Here are 3 ways you can do that.
Two days ago, my six-year-old daughter comes to me with itchy bumps all over. Not sure what it might be, I start stripping her bed and checking all around her room for potential tiny, hungry intruders. I also called TeleHealth. After a series of questions, I am told to bring her to the doctor within 24 hours since it could be chicken pox. It is now the evening and the doctor’s office is closed; but that doesn’t matter anyways because their policy is that if you want to see the doctor, you have to call first thing the morning of. My friend compares it to trying to be caller seven when a radio station is giving away prizes. First thing the next morning, I call my GP’s office. He’s not in until Friday. I would still like to know whether she is highly contagious with chicken pox or being eaten alive while she sleeps. My only other option is to wait endlessly to see a doctor at the emergency room (or travel to the nearest walk-in clinic 30 minutes away). Now, I know this is NOT an emergency situation, as often times they are not, but still, I have no other option, do I? It turns out, I do, and I can’t be more excited to tell you all about it.