Check you dance cards because Thursday, February 6th, 7:30 (ish) JP Cormier will be performing at the Higher Ground Café!!!! https://www.jp-cormier.com/
If you hand any instrument to JP, he can play it. His work on the guitar is mind boggling, but then he picks up a fiddle and he will blow you away. Repeat with mandolin, bass, banjo and who knows what else. He’s also a music producer, song writer, singer and a master storyteller. He loves dogs and whisky, he speaks for soldiers and first responders, and he has a gift for capturing his audience and leaving them shaking their heads with wonder.
Want to spend an evening with JP? Tickets are $25, as per usual. Easiest way is simply to send an e transfer to email@example.com. You can also drop off money directly to Higher Ground, but make sure you put it in an envelope with your name and the number of tickets you want.
Thank you to everyone that attended the community potluck dinner. This is such a wonderful time of year to catch up with friends and family and the potluck dinner is a great place to do it. The food selection was absolutely incredible.
We need to give a great big shout to the community for your support and generosity last night. Working together makes a huge difference.
The Belfountain Community Christmas Potluck is now sold out.
Do you have a crazy Christmas sweater or hat? It is time to dig it out of the back of your closet and wear it proudly to the party on Saturday. Show off your style. Learn something new about your neighbours as you see them in all their finery.
The Region of Peel is hosting a Public Information Center (PIC) regarding their Water and Wastewater Master Plan.
Since the first round of the PICs, the Region has completed a review of the potential impacts on the natural, social and economic environments associated with each of the water and wastewater servicing strategies. The second PIC will focus on the water and wastewater servicing strategies and preferred solutions.
Town of Caledon – Wednesday Nov. 27, 2019 4:30 -7:30
Caledon Community Complex- Banquet Hall B, 6215 Old Church Road, Caledon East
Climate change is real, and its impacts are already being felt here in Caledon. From increasing intense storm events that result in flooding to more extreme heat days in the summer, we know Caledon’s weather will become hotter, wetter and wilder in the coming years.
This will be a community plan and we want to hear from residents, farmers, businesses, community groups and youth on how we can address climate change, and ensure Caledon continues to be a great place to live.
Fill out our online survey and be entered in a draw to win a prize! We’ll be giving out eco-prizes every 2 weeks for completed surveys. Your feedback will help shape our new climate change plan.
Are you interested in hosting your own climate workshop? We’ve developed a DIY toolkit to help community members host their own climate conversations with family members, neighbours, co-workers, community groups, and other organizations.
The workshop is designed for groups of up to 20 people and takes about 45 min to 1 hour to complete. Be sure to record the discussion and send the worksheets back to us to incorporate into the plan.
This tool kit includes materials that will help you prepare for, and deliver your Climate Workshop.
We’ll be heading out to community events to talk to residents about climate change. We want to hear how climate change has impacted you and what you think we should be doing as a community to address it. Look for us at an event near you: