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Events in April 2017

  • April 1, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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    The Battle of the Blades is a Town of Arnprior event where hockey players and figure skaters pair up to compete against the other pairs. The extra challenge that makes this exciting is that they only have one week to practice!

    Bringing hockey players from Jr B and the local minor hockey associations to skate with figures skaters from local clubs make this truly community event. Entertainment is also provided by other local groups such as local dance studios and singing choirs.

    There’s only space for 20 teams of 4 bowlers each – Register Now!

    Each team will be paired with one of L’Arche Arnprior’s Superstar Bowlers!

    Every Bowler Will Receive:

    • 1.5 hrs of bowling plus shoe rental
    • Awesome gift bag, courtesy of our local business community
    • Chance to win amazing prizes, trophies and awards
    • Ticket to Spaghetti Dinner following the Bowl-Along, at St. Andrew’s Church Hall 5:30-7:30

    All funds raised will go directly to the purchase of a much needed wheelchair van for our Community
    Come out and support members of your community living with developmental disabilities.

    http://arnprior.ca/live/calendar/150events/ 

    ARE YOU THINKING OF BUYING A HOME?

    Come to this information session to get information and contacts from a real estate agent, mortgage broker, financial advisor, lawyer, and inspector for all the important steps you need to take in the process. Please RSVP to stephanie.lorincz@sunlife.com

    ONE STOP SHOP FOR BUYING YOUR HOME!

     

  • April 2, 2017

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    The Town of Arnprior once again participated in the “Raise the Flag” and “Light it up Blue” initiatives to foster acceptance for individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and support the day-to-day issues faced by people with autism and their families. On April 2, 2017 blue lights will illuminate Town Hall and the Arnprior and District Museum clock tower. On April 3, 2017 a flag raising ceremony will be held and the Autism Awareness Flag will be raised at Town Hall.

    The venue is a large part of Arnprior History.  From 1877 to 1916 it was home to the family of Claude McLachlin.  He was the youngest son of Daniel McLachlin, a principal of McLachlin Brothers Lumber and Mayor of Arnprior.  He supported and  was involved with many community activities.  From 1916 to 1995, as Sacred Heart Convent, it was home to local Catholic school teachers from the Order of Sisters of Providence Saint Vincent de Paul.  From 1996 to present, it reverted back to a private residence,  currently utilized as a bed and breakfast  and social event venue.     140 years of Arnprior history!  A grand place to have tea with friends!

  • April 3, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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    Category: Community Event150 Events - Autism Awareness Day Raise the Flag Event

    Details about 150 Events - Autism Awareness Day Raise the Flag Event

    The Town of Arnprior once again participated in the “Raise the Flag” and “Light it up Blue” initiatives to foster acceptance for individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and support the day-to-day issues faced by people with autism and their families. On April 2, 2017 blue lights will illuminate Town Hall and the Arnprior and District Museum clock tower. On April 3, 2017 a flag raising ceremony will be held and the Autism Awareness Flag will be raised at Town Hall.

    This committee serves in an advisory capacity to Council in regards to matters related to: infrastructure strategies; capital projects; engineering/environmental matters; public works; policing; emergency management; and fire services. For this meeting agenda and past meeting minutes please click here. 

    All Advisory Committee and Council meetings are open to the public to attend as an observer. In order to speak at a Council or Advisory Committee meeting, perspective Delegations must first complete the Request Form: Appear as a Delegation.

  • April 4, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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  • April 5, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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  • April 6, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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  • April 7, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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  • April 8, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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    Category: Community EventEaster Parade & Egg Hunt Cancelled

    Details about Easter Parade & Egg Hunt Cancelled

  • April 10, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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    To view the agenda for this meeting or minutes from past meetings please click here. 

    All Advisory Committee and Council meetings are open to the public to attend as an observer. In order to speak at a Council or Advisory Committee meeting, perspective Delegations must first complete the Request Form: Appear as a Delegation.

    To view the agenda for this meeting or minutes from past meetings please click here. 

    All Advisory Committee and Council meetings are open to the public to attend as an observer. In order to speak at a Council or Advisory Committee meeting, perspective Delegations must first complete the Request Form: Appear as a Delegation.

    The Town of Arnprior has received application No. 22 for an amendment to the Town’s Official Plan and implementing zoning by-law for the lands described as Part of Lot 10, Plan 32, municipally known as 260 Elgin Street West. The proposed Official Plan amendment would re-designate the subject lands from “Residential” to “Residential – Exception Twelve” to permit, as a home occupation, retail sales, as well as the use of an accessory building for a home occupation.

  • April 11, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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  • April 12, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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    Annual fundrasier for Arnprior Seniors at Home. Small donation or fee for all you can eat pancake breakfast at Island View Suites. Prizes for most pancakes eaten.

    $10 Donation (Island View Suites will Match all Donations)

  • April 13, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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  • April 15, 2017

    Doors open at 10am and 1200 beautiful paper eggs will be hidden throughout the library. Discover all our little nooks and crannies and then redeem the paper eggs for chocolate! Maximum 10 per person so we have enough for everyone.

  • April 18, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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    This committee serves in an advisory capacity to Council in regards to matters related to: community improvement; economic development; marketing; planning and land use; growth management; development; heritage; leisure and recreation services; and tourism activities. To support and promote the “live, work, play” principle, in order to ensure a robust and sustainable local community and economy. To view the agenda for this meeting or the minutes of past meetings please click here. 

    All Advisory Committee and Council meetings are open to the public to attend as an observer. In order to speak at a Council or Advisory Committee meeting, perspective Delegations must first complete the Request Form: Appear as a Delegation.

  • April 19, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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    Celebrating Canada’s birthday with decorations all red & white with tulips and a tea with sandwiches ect.

    All films for National Canadian Film Day are free. The Library will be providing popcorn and door prizes provided by Reel Canada. No advance tickets required for afternoon showings. To help with set-up, we ask you pick up tickets for the evening screening.

    We’ll be showing a selection of family friendly short films beginning at noon in the main community hall. A different selection of shorts will begin at 2pm. Just in time for the after school crowd, we’ll be showing Breakaway – the story of an ethnic Canadian hockey player struggling against traditional family values and discrimination from mainstream hockey players. Stars include Rob Lowe and Russell Peters. Breakaway starts at 3:30pm.

    The documentary Angry Inuk will be shown in the café area beginning at 7:30pm Please pick up your free ticket in advance.

    http://www.arnpriorlibrary.ca/uploads/1/8/2/8/18281027/ncfd_2017_small.pdf

  • April 20, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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  • April 21, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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  • April 22, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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  • April 23, 2017

    For Canada’s 150th celebrations, the Town of Arnprior has compiled 150 events held throughout Arnprior in 2017. Residents and visitors are encouraged to pick up a passport at an event or one of the locations listed below and gather stamps at as many events as possible throughout the year. Upcoming events are listed below and more event specific details will be added as they become available. Remember to write your name and phone number on the front of your passport in case it becomes lost and for when you enter your passport into the participation draw.

    Click here for details on all 150 Events

  • April 24, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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    To view the agenda for this meeting or minutes from past meetings please click here. 

    All Advisory Committee and Council meetings are open to the public to attend as an observer. In order to speak at a Council or Advisory Committee meeting, perspective Delegations must first complete the Request Form: Appear as a Delegation.

  • April 25, 2017

    My Story, My Tattoo  – February 14th – April 25th

    My story my tattooA Travelling Exhibit from the Wellington County Museum and Archives

    Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 photographs and stories of people and their amazing tattoos. The exhibit includes four audio stations (with eight audio interviews), six videos and 30 text panels.

    Participants represent every walk of life – everyone from a cancer survivor to teachers and their students, a firefighter and a farmer. The participants range in age from 26 to 89 years and live throughout Wellington County.

    All of the individuals were open and honest, and their stories and personalities are represented through this series of thought-provoking and colourful images. Chris Piccinetti, a Guelph photographer and graphic designer for the County of Wellington, photographed these inspiring images.

    See the exhibits YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iUPhm4egkY

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  • April 27, 2017

    Special Meeting of Council regarding the Campbell Drive Municipal Drain

  • April 28, 2017

    Category: Advisory Committee MeetingAxes to Ashes, Singing Saws to Howling Wolves: How Lumbering Changed the Nature of the Ottawa Valley

    Details about Axes to Ashes, Singing Saws to Howling Wolves: How Lumbering Changed the Nature of the Ottawa Valley

    Axes to Ashes, Singing Saws to Howling Wolves: How Lumbering Changed the Nature of the Ottawa Valley

    Rory MacKay, author and long-time “student” of logging history, will transport us back 200 years to the rich forests of historic logging days while Carleton University teacher and naturalist Michael Runtz will interpret how the events and practices of those years brought about today’s array of plants and animals.

    Combined, the duo make for a dynamic and informative evening on the human and natural history of our area.

    “Over the past 200 years, there have been dramatic changes in the animal life of the Ottawa Valley,” notes Runtz. “Beavers, once so rare they were seldom seen, are now common. The type of wolves found around here changed not once but thrice. Moose were replaced by White-tailed Deer, and Bald Eagles, which became endangered, are now common sights.”

    Expect great visuals, some with a special connection to Charles Macnamara, the local naturalist and amateur scientist extraordinaire in whose honour the Macnamara Nature Trail is named.

    Proceeds from the event— one of Arnprior’s 150 events for Canada’s 150th — go to the Macnamara Nature Trail extension project.

    Our first “Arnprior 150” event — a free family snowshoe on a cold winter day— attracted over 50 people to use the trail over a four-hour period, showing how popular it is with Arnprior and area residents.

    Doors open at 6 p.m. so come early to check out the displays from local organizations.

    Tickets to the presentation are $15 advance, $10 for ages 18 and under, and $20 at the door. They are available locally at the Arnprior Library, Gillagallou Birds (Almonte and Ottawa) and online at mfnc.ca.

    The Macnamara Field Naturalists’ Club will host guest speaker Dr. Owen Clarkin to speak about Wild-Growing Trees of eastern Ontario in a Globalized World: Observations, Trends, and Future Outlook. The fee is $5 for non-members.
    We live in a rapidly-changing natural environment. Trees often give an impression of dynamic stability due to their relatively long lives and static appearance. Dr. Clarkin will discuss the history of trees in our region, present-day observations, and trends to consider as we look to the future.
    Dr. Clarkin grew up near Russell Ontario, and has been studying the trees of Eastern Ontario as a dedicated amateur since the age of 4. He is the Conservation Committee Chair at the Ottawa Field Naturalists’ Club.

    Non-Member Fee

  • April 29, 2017

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    Category: Advisory Committee MeetingArnprior Shop Local Saturday

    Details about Arnprior Shop Local Saturday

    By shopping locally all year long you are supporting local job creation, economic growth and community spirit. By shopping locally on April 29, 2017 you will receive double stamps on your Live, Love, Local Card and a stamp in your 150 Events Passport.

    Click Here for List of Participating Businesses 

    The Arnprior Quilt Guild is presenting a two day quilt show. Arena A will be our showcase of all types of quiltes done by our members and the Nick Smith Centre Hall will be where the “Canadian Quilts” are shown.

  • April 30, 2017

    The Arnprior Quilt Guild is presenting a two day quilt show. Arena A will be our showcase of all types of quiltes done by our members and the Nick Smith Centre Hall will be where the “Canadian Quilts” are shown.

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