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EASTER LUNCHEON at Ingleside-Newington United Church, Maple St., Ingleside on Sat., April 1 from 11:30 – 1pm. Sale of Treasures Bake Sale. Lunch menu: Ham, scalloped potatoes, coleslaw, dessert & beverages.

ST. LAWRENCE SENIORS BINGO at ANAF Mondays and Thursdays. Doors open at 10am. Bingo starts at 12pm. Our next euchre is on Wed. April 5. 613-936-6060 for reservation.

SPAGHETTI FUNDRAISER: on the last Friday of the month. The next fundraiser will be on March 31st at Knights of Columbus, 205 Amelia St. (downstairs) from 11:30am-1pm and 4-6:30 pm.

ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR 297 LADIES AUXILIARY exec. meeting at 6:30pm & general meeting at 7pm on April 5th, 2023.

FOCUS ART ASSOCIATION SPRING ART EXHIBITION at Cornwall Square Mall April 20,21,22,23 and 27,28,29,30. Hours: Thurs/Fri 10am-6pm; Sat. 9:30am-5:30pm; Sun 11am-3pm. Vernissage: Apr.20th 5pm-6pm.

CORNWALL LEGION SENIORS 60 AND OVER CLUB Members monthly Pot Luck Luncheon, meeting and bingo will be held on Thurs. 6 April at noon. Elections will be held for new executives for Sept 2023 to June 2024.

THE ROTARY CLUB OF CORNWALL SUNRISE is pleased to host “Clues Lead to Murder at the Down Town Abbey” a dinner theatre event April 15 at 5:30pm-10:00pm at the Cornwall Knights of Columbus Hall, 205 Amelia St. Proceeds to support Rotary projects. Info

THE WILLIAMSTOWN GREEN THUMBS monthly meeting March 27, 7 pm at the Tartan Hall, Char-Lan Recreation Centre. Mary Ann Van Berlo will be presenting “Water Features for Every Backyard.” Please bring seeds in envelopes to be shared for the seed exchange. Info: Lia Lindeman 613 347 3533.

SPRING EASTER CRAFT FAIR, Cardinal Legion Branch 105, Sat., April 1st & Sun., April 2nd from 1am-4pm at 105 Legion Way, Cardinal.

CHARTWELL CORNWALL PRESENTS: Retirment Living-Understanding the Benefits. Wed. April 12th 1-2 pm at 801 Fourth St. East. Info: Lois at 613-662-3029.

SPAGHETTI DINNER FUNDRAISER sponsored by The Patrons of St. Columban Foundation at the Knights of Columbus Council 755, 205 Amelia St. Sun. April 23 from 4:-6:30pm Tickets at St. Columban’s parish office during office hours, from Foundation members, by calling Brian Lynch at 613-933-8353 and at the Knight of Columbus.

SEAWAY VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE is offering Living Well with COPD: a 6-week program for people and their families to learn to better manage their condition. Tues., April 4th to May 9th from 2-4pm Register at or call 1-888-936-0306 ext. 229.

HOP INTO SPRING CRAFT AND ART SHOW Knox-St. Paul’s United Church 800 12th Street E. on Sat. March 25 from 9am-2pm. Unique items created by 50 local crafters. LeClerc Sharpening will be set up out front drop off your items to be sharpened and pick them up after you have finished shopping. Info Carolyn Ruda 613-932-2415 or

ST. ANDREW’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, South Lancaster Community Ecumenical Lenten Services on March 29th will be conducted by Rev. Ian MacMillan, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian, South Lancaster and the congregation will host a luncheon in the hall.

TRI-COUNTY COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION MONTHLY DANCE/Jam Session & Dinner Sat. April 1 from 2-8:30pm. Bring your instruments and dancing shoes. 2 Mille Roches Rd, South Stormont Township Hall. Info: Elaine 613-362-0173.

SPRING AND EASTER CRAFT SHOW April 1 from 10am-4pm at Optimist Club of Cornwall, 301 Sunnyside Ave. Canteen, bake sale and lots more. Info:

INGLESIDE LONG SAULT LOST VILLAGES LION’S CLUB Gal’s Spring Fling 2023 in Support of Community Living on Fri. March 24 at the South Stormont Community Hall 2 Milles Roches Rd from 5:30-9:pm. Info: Sharon 613-577-0818 or Community living 613-938-9550.

CORNWALL TOWNSHIP LIONS CLUB Let’s Play Euchre March 22 at 7 pm. Info: Roly 613-932-9396 or Gerry 613-931-3076

CLASSIC COUNTRY MUSIC DINNER & DANCE April 8th at the Lion’s Club in Bonville at 6pm. Baked ham, salad & dessert. Info Marland 613-936-3625.

SOCIAL DANCING the first Friday of the month (except April which will be second Friday) from 7-10pm at the Centre Charles-Émile-Claude 146 Chevrier Ave. Dances April 14, May 5, June 2. Info: Dennis 613-618-7684.

STORMONT YACHT CLUB Adult Learn to Sail, weekend event for adults teaches theory and practical skills. June 16-18, Stormont Yacht Club, Long Sault. Info:

STORMONT YACHT CLUB Youth Learn to Sail, teaches theory and practical skills. 2 sessions: July 31-Aug 4 (5 days); Aug 5-11 (4 days), Stormont Yacht Club, Long Sault, Age: 8-15. Info:;

ROTARY CLUB OF CORNWALL PANCAKE BREAKFAST and Silent Auction, April 22 from 7am-noon at St. John’s Presbyterian Church, 28 Second St. East. Donations welcome.

ST. LAWRENCE INTERNATIONAL STAMP CLUB Meeting Tues. April 18 from 6:30-8:30 pm (every 3rd Tues. of month) Cornwall Public Library Board Room, 2nd floor.

CORNWALL ROAD WARRIORS CAR CLUB first annual Father’s Day Car Show, June 18th from 9am-3pm at 1150 Montreal Road.

CORNWALL NEWCOMERS CLUB welcomes women who have moved in the last 4 years to Cornwall and the SD&G Counties. Info: Henriette 613-330-9039.

ST. FRANCIS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS monthly Community Family Breakfast on Sun., Mar 26th in the St. Francis Parish Hall (434 Second St. W.) from 8:30-NOON. All welcome. Accessible with elevator service provided.

CORNWALL COMFORT QUILTS are handmade for and given to Cancer patients. Info: Nicole 613 935-5593, Janice 613 936-1951. Email:

CORNWALL NEW HORIZONS BAND Beginners class Mondays; Intermediate class Tuesdays; Band rehearsals Thursdays : Classes 3:30 -4:30 p.m.; band 3:30 – 5 p.m.; at St. Felix de Valois church hall. – arrive 15 minutes earlier to set up. Info: or 613-362-4881 or 613-931-1580.

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BOOKS AND ITEMS of a religious nature, visit “Catholic Information Centre” Mon.- Fri.10am-4pm at Unit 1, 812 Pitt St. 613-933-5099

THE PROBUS CLUB OF CORNWALL & area has interesting guest speakers and regular outings each month for retirees & those who are semi-retired. Info: Louise at 613 932-7557.

WEDNESDAY LUNCHES: by the members of the Knights of Columbus “Seniors & Friends”, 205 Amelia St. (downstairs) Wednesdays from 11:30am-1pm.

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, 205 Amelia St. (downstairs). Wings & Things every Thursday from 4:30 – 8 pm. Take-out available.

SEAWAY SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB, 506 Pitt St open for activities. Info: (613) 932-4969.

ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION Fish and Chips. Every Friday from 4:30-6:30. Take out or eat in. Order: 613-933-2362.

CORNWALL TOWNSHIP LIONS CLUB Bonville. Breakfast every Sunday 8-noon. Info: Roly 613-932-9396.

SEAWAY WINDS CONCERT BAND invites musicians to join us. Rehearsals every Wednesday, 6:45pm to 8:45pm at The Salvation Army Community Church, 500 York Street. Info: Ralph Bough at 613-362-4881.

BINGO AT THE CCÉC! Come play every Monday at 6:00pm. Doors open at 4:00pm. NO RESERVATION. Meet us at CCÉC 146b avenue Chevrier, Cornwall.

Bingo au CCÉC! Venez jouer tous les lundis à 18h00. Portes ouvertes à 16h00. PAS DE RÉSERVATION. Rendez-vous au CCÉC 146b avenue Chevrier, K6H 1S1, Cornwall

BEREAVED FAMILIES of ONTARIO – SOUTH EASTERN REGION – Open Support and Share group sessions 6PM on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month in the Starbrite center located at 343 Pitt St. Info: 613-936-7470.

SEAWAY STRINGS is a group of fiddlers who meet at the Seaway Senior Citizens Club at 506 Pitt St. Info: Rick 613 932 2872.

THE MOCCASIN RAILROAD CLUB meets at 7pm the first Wednesday each month at the Centre Charles Emile Claude, 146B Chevrier Avenue. Modellers and rail enthusiasts. Info: John Kelly, 613 930-5646.

SEAWAY TOASTMASTERS CLUB. Join us every second & fourth Tuesday, at the Cornwall Public Library, at 6:15pm. Meeting starts at 6:30 sharp. Info: Laura, 613 551 3252.

SEAWAY FIBROMYALGIA GROUP. Aqua Fitness Group @ Cornwall Aquatic Center every Tuesdays & Friday’s from 12pm -1pm. Info: Judy 613-330-0588; Leona 613-931-2874; Denise 613-938-3615; Theresa 613-662-8713

MULTIPLE MYELOMA SUPPORT: If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with Myeloma and would like to connect with others, join us on Facebook, and email at

ADOPTION DAY Pawportunity Rescue. cats & kittens for adoption at Pet Valu 1400 Vincent Massey Dr, Sat, March 25th from 10am-4pm

IS SOMEONE’S DRINKING BOTHERING YOU? You are not alone. There is help & hope. Call 613-937-4880 or visit

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Le SEAWAY VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE offre Living Well with COPD : un programme de 6 semaines pour les personnes et leurs familles afin d’apprendre à mieux gérer leur condition. Les mardis, du 4 avril au 9 mai, de 14 h à 16 h. Inscrivez-vous à ou composez le 1-888-936-0306, poste 229.

HOP INTO SPRING CRAFT AND ART SHOW Église unie Knox-St. Paul’s 800 12th Street E. le sam. Paul’s United Church 800 12th Street E. le samedi 25 mars de 9 h à 14 h. Articles uniques créés par 50 artisans locaux. LeClerc Sharpening sera installé à l’avant du salon. Vous pourrez y déposer vos articles à aiguiser et les récupérer une fois que vous aurez terminé vos achats. . Renseignements Carolyn Ruda 613-932-2415 ou

ANDREW’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, South Lancaster Le 29 mars, les services communautaires œcuméniques de carême seront dirigés par le révérend Ian MacMillan, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian, South Lancaster, et la congrégation organisera un déjeuner dans la salle de South Lancaster.

SALON D’ARTISANAT DU PRINTEMPS ET DE PÂQUES Le 1er avril de 10 h à 16 h au Club Optimiste de Cornwall, 301 Sunnyside Ave. Cantine, vente de pâtisseries et bien d’autres choses encore. Info :

INGLESIDE LONG SAULT LOST VILLAGES LION’S CLUB Gal’s Spring Fling 2023 in Support of Community Living le ven. 24 mars au South Stormont Community Hall 2 Milles Roches Rd de 17h30 à 21h. Info : Sharon au 613-577-0818 ou Community Living au 613-938-9550.

LEGION ROYALE CANADIENNE BR 297 LADIES AUXILIARY réunion exécutive à 18h30 et assemblée générale à 19h le 5 avril 2023.

DINER ET DANSE DE MUSIQUE COUNTRY CLASSIQUE Le 8 avril au Lion’s Club de Bonville à 18 h. Jambon cuit, salade et dessert. Jambon cuit, salade et dessert. Info Marland 613-936-3625.

DANSE SOCIALE le premier vendredi du mois (sauf avril qui sera le deuxième vendredi) de 19 h à 22 h au Centre Charles-Émile-Claude 146, avenue Chevrier. Danses le 14 avril, le 5 mai et le 2 juin.  Info : Dennis 613-618-7684

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