It’s All Greek To Me

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Belfountain Halloween Spooky Party, Oct. 31 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.

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Hallowe’en Decorating Contest

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Tonight !! Oct 3rd 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. Orangeville – 100 Debates on the Environment

100 non-partisan all-candidate debates on the environment all across Canada, all before the next election. https://www.100debates.ca/dufferin-caledon  

WHEN
Thursday, October 03, 7pm – 9pm

WHERE
Westminster United Church
247 Broadway, Orangeville , ON

CONTACT/ RSVP for your local debate here.
Climate Change Action Dufferin-Caledon · 100debatesDC@gmail.com

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Interested in a CPR Course in Belfountain?

While the Region continues to sort out service delivery issues related to the paramedic divisional model and the drone pilot project, response time for cardiac arrest is critical.  There is something we can do for ourselves as a  proactive measure.
 
Residents can attend a St. John Ambulance first aid program that offers CPR and AED training. This program will refresh your skills in administering current CPR practice and increase your understanding of how an AED works. 

We will need confirmation you are attending and payment in advance to secure your seat. We will need a minimum of 8 participants.  This is an 9 hour course and costs $120.00 each.  If there are more than 8 participants, the cost for the course will be $108.00.  Payment will be required in advance to reserve your seat. Please email secretary@belfountain.ca if you are interested in attending a St. Johns Ambulance course at Belfountain Community Hall.  

The proposed dates are either Saturday November 16th or November 23rd, please advise your preference when you respond.  The final date will be based on top preference of the responses.

Emergency First Aid with CPR Level C + AED – $120.00 – 1 day (9 hours)  CPR for adults, infants & children. An ideal course where children are present, and for new parents, babysitters, grandparents and nannies. This course is designed to provide basic first aid training and includes CPR for adults, infants and children and automated external defibrillation (AED).   Nationally recognized certificates tailored to meet Ontario first aid law requirements are valid for three years and issued upon completion.  SJA is going green with an electronic First Aid Reference Guide. 

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Volunteers Needed for Salamander Festival – Saturday Sept 28th

Volunteers are needed to help with Salamander Festival.  Salamander Festival is being held this Saturday Sept. 28th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m..

If you can help, please email salamander@belfountain.ca.  Thank you. 

 

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Cantrip is coming to Belfountain

Cantrip is coming to Belfountain! 

Please come to their show on September 20th, 7:30 p.m. at the Belfountain Community Hall.  The evening will be one of those special ones, where we’re all carried away with the sounds of fiddles, guitars and feet, pipes and voices. 

Eric McDonald was the guest guitar player for The Inside Track when they played in Belfountain recently. Eric is a member of Cantrip  http://www.cantrip-music.com who are from Scotland.   The Orcadian, the oldest newspaper from Orkney, Scotland, says this: “Their music comes from wild landscapes and wild places of the spirit.” Their name is an Old Scots word meaning a charm, magic spell or piece of mischief, and that is certainly how their music sounds. 

Tickets are $25, and you can send susangesner@me.com an interac transfer to reserve tickets or email to ask any questions.

 

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Thursday Night Live in Belfountain

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184th Year Anniversary of Belfountain Village Church – You are Invited

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The View from Belfountain Fall 2019 is here !

This season’s issue of The View from Belfountain is out! Lots of News and Events! http://www.belfountain.ca/the-view-from-belfountain/

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