City Sidelines - August 28

News Aug 28, 2009 Ancaster News

SWIM LESSONS

Fall Parent & Tot and Learn to Swim Lessons, St. Joseph's Villa Heated Pool, Dundas., weekdays, nights and Saturday mornings starting in September. Register by calling 627-3541, Ext. 2911.

PARKING LOT AND TRUNK SALE

A Parking Lot and Trunk Sale will be held Saturday, Aug. 29 at the Dundas Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, 280 King Street West, Dundas from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.

LADIES DART LEAGUE

New players needed for Thursday night at the Dundas Legion. Cost is $2 per night. No need to be a Legion member. Registration Sept. 3, 8 p. m. in the Wentworth Room. Call Pat 905-627-5366.

WOMEN'S CANADIAN CLUB

Women's Canadian Club of Hamilton meets Sept. 9, 2 p. m. at Hamilton Scottish Rite. Motivational humorist Judy Suke will talk about how to ‘Make Laughter Lighten the Load.’ Info at 905-538-6634 or wcchamilton@yahoo.ca

SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER

Hamilton Women's Connection in affiliation with Stonecroft Ministries present See You in September Sept. 10, 9:30-11:15 a. m. at Michelangelo's Banquet Centre, 1555 Upper Ottawa St., Hamilton. Full breakfast. Cost is $13. Wendy Hagar from Sew On Fire Ministries will explain how tangilble items are sent to people in poverty, in many countries in the world. Uplifting music will be provided by soloist Dorothy Auld. Sandra Bacolini, from Welland, will share her story ‘I'll Surrender All’. Reservations/cancellations must by phoned in to Dorothy (905) 575-0607 or Yvonne at (905) 544-1606.

OPEN HOUSE

Thursday September 10, 9-12 at St. James Cooperative Nursery School. 137 Melville Street, Dundas. Spots available in all our preschool and kindergarten enrichment programs. Call 905-627-8773 for more info.

FALL COURSES

Registration for Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre fall courses, Sept. 8-11, with courses starting the week of Sept. 14. Cards and art, craft, dance, music and exercise classes. Register in person at the ASAC office, 622 Alberton Rd. S., or call 905-648-3466 (credit card only) or online at. www.asacseniors.ca

FOOD SECURITY PRESENTATION

Transition Dundas presentation and (optional) exchange of food from your garden. Come discuss how to improve food security for the Dundas community. This free event will be held at Dundas Town Hall, Friday Sept. 11. Food exchange 7 p. m.; presentation 7.30 p. m.

BRIGHT RUN FUNDRAISER

Storyteller Charly Chiarelli and his jazz-singing daughter, Selina, perform in: Don't Fugetaboutit: An Evening with Selina and her Papa, Charly Chiarelli, on Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Westside Concert Theatre, 434 King Street West, Hamilton. Doors open at 6 p. m., cabaret Italian-style tapas at 6:30 p. m., cash bar, silent auction, performance at 8 p. m. A unique evening of excellent food and entertainment. Tickets $50 per person. All profits go to breast cancer research at the Juravinski Cancer Centre, Hamilton as part of the BRIGHT Run. For tickets, call Stephanie at (905) 527-2299 ext 42615.

FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN

The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Hamilton Chapter invites you the first meeting of the new season held September 15, 7:45 pm at Cresmount, 1020 Upper James St. Coffee Party to welcome back old members, meet new members and learn about this year’s Interest Groups. For more information contact Linda @905-304-5448.

DUNDAS SEA CADETS WELCOME BBQ

The Dundas Sea Cadets invite all youth ages 12 -18 and their families to a free barbecue September 15 from 6:30-8 p. m. The BBQ is at the Dundas Community Centre and will introduce our program and give youth the chance to check us out. The program is free to join and there are no fees. If you are interested in making friends and trying new activities come check us out. For more information call 905-627-5622.

PROBUS CLUB OF DUNDAS

Meets at St. Paul's United Church, 29 Park St. W. Dundas, at 10 a. m. August 31. Guest Speaker, Rob Pond, topic the Elderhostel Programme. Call 905-628-2964 for information.

BBQ/CORN ROAST

Marshall Memorial United Church, Gilbert and Fiddler’s Green Roads, Ancaster, annual BBQ/Corn Roast, Sept. 9, 5:30-7 p. m. Entertainment by the Ancaster Memorial All Star Band and games for all ages. Call 905-648-4631 or email office@mmuc.org

TRIBUTE GOLF TOURNAMENT

Dr. Larry Loopstra Tribute Golf Tournament in support of Beginnings Counselling & Adoption Services will be held Sept 10 at Century Pines Golf Club. Cost is $100 and includes green fee, cart and bbq lunch. All proceeds benefit Beginnings family building network. Visit www.beginnings.ca or call (905) 528-6665 to register.

FALL CARD PARTY

Will be held Friday, Oct. 30 in the Great Hall. Tickets are now on sale from the church office during business hours or call 905-648-2353. Lunch will be served at noon, with cards, and/or games to follow. Great fellowship, great food, great fun, and prizes as well. Procceds support the ministries of St. John's.

WINDSHIELD TREATMENT

Free Seniors Day Aquapel windshield treatment for seniors 65-plus, sponsored by Dundas Valley Collision Centre, Saturday, Sept. 19,10 a. m. to noon. Registration required in advance. Call Jennifer, 905-627-5458.

BASKETBALL TRYOUTS

Blessed Sacrament Girls Bantam Rep Basketball, born 1997, holds tryouts Aug. 26, Dofasco Recreation Centre, 388 First Rd. E., Stoney Creek, 7-9 p. m.;Aug. 29 at Valley Park Recreation Centre, 970 Paramount Dr., 1-3 p. m., Sept. 2 at Dofasco Recreation Centre, 388 First Rd. E., Stoney Creek, from 7-9 p. m. Check blessedsacramentbasketball.com or email luturcos@yahoo.com for more information.

IN CONCERT

Canadian Orpheus Male Choir, also featuring the Ronces Gals from Toronto, Melrose United Church, Sept. 12 at 8 p. m. Tickets $20 adults, seniors and students $15. Call 905-627-9167. Proceeds to the Stephen Lewis Foundation.

BINBROOK FALL FAIR

The 155th Binbrook Fall Fair will be held Sept. 18-20 at the Binbrook Faor Grounds, 2600 Regional Road 56. Demo Derby Friday and Saturday. Also Smudge Fundaes, Raptor Show, Reptile Show Saturday and Sunday. Campbell's Midway every day. See www.binbrookfair.org for full listing and times.

PERISCOPES

Male seniors octet a cappella singing group performs at seniors’ homes every Monday, 1:30-3:30 p. m. Call Jim at 905-679-1535; Arden 905-528-9172 or Victor at 905-522-0058.

ALLERGY STUDY

Do you have allergy symptoms during the summer? Volunteers with ragweed allergy needed for a research study involving an anti-allergy treatment. Must be between the ages of 12 and 75 and able to attend three study appointments over a five-week period. For more information call the research office at (905) 525-9140 ext. 22851.

SENIOR ACHIEVEMENT CENTRE

Vendors are invited to participate in the Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre's Annual Fund Raising Bazaar, Oct. 31. Call the office at 905-648-3466 to reserve your table.

BAHA’I FIRESIDE

People from all faiths or no faith welcome to investigate the Baha’i religion every Wednesday, 8:30 p. m., 132 Hillcrest Ave., Dundas.

City Sidelines - August 28

News Aug 28, 2009 Ancaster News

SWIM LESSONS

Fall Parent & Tot and Learn to Swim Lessons, St. Joseph's Villa Heated Pool, Dundas., weekdays, nights and Saturday mornings starting in September. Register by calling 627-3541, Ext. 2911.

PARKING LOT AND TRUNK SALE

A Parking Lot and Trunk Sale will be held Saturday, Aug. 29 at the Dundas Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, 280 King Street West, Dundas from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.

LADIES DART LEAGUE

New players needed for Thursday night at the Dundas Legion. Cost is $2 per night. No need to be a Legion member. Registration Sept. 3, 8 p. m. in the Wentworth Room. Call Pat 905-627-5366.

WOMEN'S CANADIAN CLUB

Women's Canadian Club of Hamilton meets Sept. 9, 2 p. m. at Hamilton Scottish Rite. Motivational humorist Judy Suke will talk about how to ‘Make Laughter Lighten the Load.’ Info at 905-538-6634 or wcchamilton@yahoo.ca

SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER

Hamilton Women's Connection in affiliation with Stonecroft Ministries present See You in September Sept. 10, 9:30-11:15 a. m. at Michelangelo's Banquet Centre, 1555 Upper Ottawa St., Hamilton. Full breakfast. Cost is $13. Wendy Hagar from Sew On Fire Ministries will explain how tangilble items are sent to people in poverty, in many countries in the world. Uplifting music will be provided by soloist Dorothy Auld. Sandra Bacolini, from Welland, will share her story ‘I'll Surrender All’. Reservations/cancellations must by phoned in to Dorothy (905) 575-0607 or Yvonne at (905) 544-1606.

OPEN HOUSE

Thursday September 10, 9-12 at St. James Cooperative Nursery School. 137 Melville Street, Dundas. Spots available in all our preschool and kindergarten enrichment programs. Call 905-627-8773 for more info.

FALL COURSES

Registration for Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre fall courses, Sept. 8-11, with courses starting the week of Sept. 14. Cards and art, craft, dance, music and exercise classes. Register in person at the ASAC office, 622 Alberton Rd. S., or call 905-648-3466 (credit card only) or online at. www.asacseniors.ca

FOOD SECURITY PRESENTATION

Transition Dundas presentation and (optional) exchange of food from your garden. Come discuss how to improve food security for the Dundas community. This free event will be held at Dundas Town Hall, Friday Sept. 11. Food exchange 7 p. m.; presentation 7.30 p. m.

BRIGHT RUN FUNDRAISER

Storyteller Charly Chiarelli and his jazz-singing daughter, Selina, perform in: Don't Fugetaboutit: An Evening with Selina and her Papa, Charly Chiarelli, on Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Westside Concert Theatre, 434 King Street West, Hamilton. Doors open at 6 p. m., cabaret Italian-style tapas at 6:30 p. m., cash bar, silent auction, performance at 8 p. m. A unique evening of excellent food and entertainment. Tickets $50 per person. All profits go to breast cancer research at the Juravinski Cancer Centre, Hamilton as part of the BRIGHT Run. For tickets, call Stephanie at (905) 527-2299 ext 42615.

FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN

The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Hamilton Chapter invites you the first meeting of the new season held September 15, 7:45 pm at Cresmount, 1020 Upper James St. Coffee Party to welcome back old members, meet new members and learn about this year’s Interest Groups. For more information contact Linda @905-304-5448.

DUNDAS SEA CADETS WELCOME BBQ

The Dundas Sea Cadets invite all youth ages 12 -18 and their families to a free barbecue September 15 from 6:30-8 p. m. The BBQ is at the Dundas Community Centre and will introduce our program and give youth the chance to check us out. The program is free to join and there are no fees. If you are interested in making friends and trying new activities come check us out. For more information call 905-627-5622.

PROBUS CLUB OF DUNDAS

Meets at St. Paul's United Church, 29 Park St. W. Dundas, at 10 a. m. August 31. Guest Speaker, Rob Pond, topic the Elderhostel Programme. Call 905-628-2964 for information.

BBQ/CORN ROAST

Marshall Memorial United Church, Gilbert and Fiddler’s Green Roads, Ancaster, annual BBQ/Corn Roast, Sept. 9, 5:30-7 p. m. Entertainment by the Ancaster Memorial All Star Band and games for all ages. Call 905-648-4631 or email office@mmuc.org

TRIBUTE GOLF TOURNAMENT

Dr. Larry Loopstra Tribute Golf Tournament in support of Beginnings Counselling & Adoption Services will be held Sept 10 at Century Pines Golf Club. Cost is $100 and includes green fee, cart and bbq lunch. All proceeds benefit Beginnings family building network. Visit www.beginnings.ca or call (905) 528-6665 to register.

FALL CARD PARTY

Will be held Friday, Oct. 30 in the Great Hall. Tickets are now on sale from the church office during business hours or call 905-648-2353. Lunch will be served at noon, with cards, and/or games to follow. Great fellowship, great food, great fun, and prizes as well. Procceds support the ministries of St. John's.

WINDSHIELD TREATMENT

Free Seniors Day Aquapel windshield treatment for seniors 65-plus, sponsored by Dundas Valley Collision Centre, Saturday, Sept. 19,10 a. m. to noon. Registration required in advance. Call Jennifer, 905-627-5458.

BASKETBALL TRYOUTS

Blessed Sacrament Girls Bantam Rep Basketball, born 1997, holds tryouts Aug. 26, Dofasco Recreation Centre, 388 First Rd. E., Stoney Creek, 7-9 p. m.;Aug. 29 at Valley Park Recreation Centre, 970 Paramount Dr., 1-3 p. m., Sept. 2 at Dofasco Recreation Centre, 388 First Rd. E., Stoney Creek, from 7-9 p. m. Check blessedsacramentbasketball.com or email luturcos@yahoo.com for more information.

IN CONCERT

Canadian Orpheus Male Choir, also featuring the Ronces Gals from Toronto, Melrose United Church, Sept. 12 at 8 p. m. Tickets $20 adults, seniors and students $15. Call 905-627-9167. Proceeds to the Stephen Lewis Foundation.

BINBROOK FALL FAIR

The 155th Binbrook Fall Fair will be held Sept. 18-20 at the Binbrook Faor Grounds, 2600 Regional Road 56. Demo Derby Friday and Saturday. Also Smudge Fundaes, Raptor Show, Reptile Show Saturday and Sunday. Campbell's Midway every day. See www.binbrookfair.org for full listing and times.

PERISCOPES

Male seniors octet a cappella singing group performs at seniors’ homes every Monday, 1:30-3:30 p. m. Call Jim at 905-679-1535; Arden 905-528-9172 or Victor at 905-522-0058.

ALLERGY STUDY

Do you have allergy symptoms during the summer? Volunteers with ragweed allergy needed for a research study involving an anti-allergy treatment. Must be between the ages of 12 and 75 and able to attend three study appointments over a five-week period. For more information call the research office at (905) 525-9140 ext. 22851.

SENIOR ACHIEVEMENT CENTRE

Vendors are invited to participate in the Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre's Annual Fund Raising Bazaar, Oct. 31. Call the office at 905-648-3466 to reserve your table.

BAHA’I FIRESIDE

People from all faiths or no faith welcome to investigate the Baha’i religion every Wednesday, 8:30 p. m., 132 Hillcrest Ave., Dundas.

City Sidelines - August 28

News Aug 28, 2009 Ancaster News

SWIM LESSONS

Fall Parent & Tot and Learn to Swim Lessons, St. Joseph's Villa Heated Pool, Dundas., weekdays, nights and Saturday mornings starting in September. Register by calling 627-3541, Ext. 2911.

PARKING LOT AND TRUNK SALE

A Parking Lot and Trunk Sale will be held Saturday, Aug. 29 at the Dundas Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, 280 King Street West, Dundas from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.

LADIES DART LEAGUE

New players needed for Thursday night at the Dundas Legion. Cost is $2 per night. No need to be a Legion member. Registration Sept. 3, 8 p. m. in the Wentworth Room. Call Pat 905-627-5366.

WOMEN'S CANADIAN CLUB

Women's Canadian Club of Hamilton meets Sept. 9, 2 p. m. at Hamilton Scottish Rite. Motivational humorist Judy Suke will talk about how to ‘Make Laughter Lighten the Load.’ Info at 905-538-6634 or wcchamilton@yahoo.ca

SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER

Hamilton Women's Connection in affiliation with Stonecroft Ministries present See You in September Sept. 10, 9:30-11:15 a. m. at Michelangelo's Banquet Centre, 1555 Upper Ottawa St., Hamilton. Full breakfast. Cost is $13. Wendy Hagar from Sew On Fire Ministries will explain how tangilble items are sent to people in poverty, in many countries in the world. Uplifting music will be provided by soloist Dorothy Auld. Sandra Bacolini, from Welland, will share her story ‘I'll Surrender All’. Reservations/cancellations must by phoned in to Dorothy (905) 575-0607 or Yvonne at (905) 544-1606.

OPEN HOUSE

Thursday September 10, 9-12 at St. James Cooperative Nursery School. 137 Melville Street, Dundas. Spots available in all our preschool and kindergarten enrichment programs. Call 905-627-8773 for more info.

FALL COURSES

Registration for Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre fall courses, Sept. 8-11, with courses starting the week of Sept. 14. Cards and art, craft, dance, music and exercise classes. Register in person at the ASAC office, 622 Alberton Rd. S., or call 905-648-3466 (credit card only) or online at. www.asacseniors.ca

FOOD SECURITY PRESENTATION

Transition Dundas presentation and (optional) exchange of food from your garden. Come discuss how to improve food security for the Dundas community. This free event will be held at Dundas Town Hall, Friday Sept. 11. Food exchange 7 p. m.; presentation 7.30 p. m.

BRIGHT RUN FUNDRAISER

Storyteller Charly Chiarelli and his jazz-singing daughter, Selina, perform in: Don't Fugetaboutit: An Evening with Selina and her Papa, Charly Chiarelli, on Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Westside Concert Theatre, 434 King Street West, Hamilton. Doors open at 6 p. m., cabaret Italian-style tapas at 6:30 p. m., cash bar, silent auction, performance at 8 p. m. A unique evening of excellent food and entertainment. Tickets $50 per person. All profits go to breast cancer research at the Juravinski Cancer Centre, Hamilton as part of the BRIGHT Run. For tickets, call Stephanie at (905) 527-2299 ext 42615.

FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN

The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Hamilton Chapter invites you the first meeting of the new season held September 15, 7:45 pm at Cresmount, 1020 Upper James St. Coffee Party to welcome back old members, meet new members and learn about this year’s Interest Groups. For more information contact Linda @905-304-5448.

DUNDAS SEA CADETS WELCOME BBQ

The Dundas Sea Cadets invite all youth ages 12 -18 and their families to a free barbecue September 15 from 6:30-8 p. m. The BBQ is at the Dundas Community Centre and will introduce our program and give youth the chance to check us out. The program is free to join and there are no fees. If you are interested in making friends and trying new activities come check us out. For more information call 905-627-5622.

PROBUS CLUB OF DUNDAS

Meets at St. Paul's United Church, 29 Park St. W. Dundas, at 10 a. m. August 31. Guest Speaker, Rob Pond, topic the Elderhostel Programme. Call 905-628-2964 for information.

BBQ/CORN ROAST

Marshall Memorial United Church, Gilbert and Fiddler’s Green Roads, Ancaster, annual BBQ/Corn Roast, Sept. 9, 5:30-7 p. m. Entertainment by the Ancaster Memorial All Star Band and games for all ages. Call 905-648-4631 or email office@mmuc.org

TRIBUTE GOLF TOURNAMENT

Dr. Larry Loopstra Tribute Golf Tournament in support of Beginnings Counselling & Adoption Services will be held Sept 10 at Century Pines Golf Club. Cost is $100 and includes green fee, cart and bbq lunch. All proceeds benefit Beginnings family building network. Visit www.beginnings.ca or call (905) 528-6665 to register.

FALL CARD PARTY

Will be held Friday, Oct. 30 in the Great Hall. Tickets are now on sale from the church office during business hours or call 905-648-2353. Lunch will be served at noon, with cards, and/or games to follow. Great fellowship, great food, great fun, and prizes as well. Procceds support the ministries of St. John's.

WINDSHIELD TREATMENT

Free Seniors Day Aquapel windshield treatment for seniors 65-plus, sponsored by Dundas Valley Collision Centre, Saturday, Sept. 19,10 a. m. to noon. Registration required in advance. Call Jennifer, 905-627-5458.

BASKETBALL TRYOUTS

Blessed Sacrament Girls Bantam Rep Basketball, born 1997, holds tryouts Aug. 26, Dofasco Recreation Centre, 388 First Rd. E., Stoney Creek, 7-9 p. m.;Aug. 29 at Valley Park Recreation Centre, 970 Paramount Dr., 1-3 p. m., Sept. 2 at Dofasco Recreation Centre, 388 First Rd. E., Stoney Creek, from 7-9 p. m. Check blessedsacramentbasketball.com or email luturcos@yahoo.com for more information.

IN CONCERT

Canadian Orpheus Male Choir, also featuring the Ronces Gals from Toronto, Melrose United Church, Sept. 12 at 8 p. m. Tickets $20 adults, seniors and students $15. Call 905-627-9167. Proceeds to the Stephen Lewis Foundation.

BINBROOK FALL FAIR

The 155th Binbrook Fall Fair will be held Sept. 18-20 at the Binbrook Faor Grounds, 2600 Regional Road 56. Demo Derby Friday and Saturday. Also Smudge Fundaes, Raptor Show, Reptile Show Saturday and Sunday. Campbell's Midway every day. See www.binbrookfair.org for full listing and times.

PERISCOPES

Male seniors octet a cappella singing group performs at seniors’ homes every Monday, 1:30-3:30 p. m. Call Jim at 905-679-1535; Arden 905-528-9172 or Victor at 905-522-0058.

ALLERGY STUDY

Do you have allergy symptoms during the summer? Volunteers with ragweed allergy needed for a research study involving an anti-allergy treatment. Must be between the ages of 12 and 75 and able to attend three study appointments over a five-week period. For more information call the research office at (905) 525-9140 ext. 22851.

SENIOR ACHIEVEMENT CENTRE

Vendors are invited to participate in the Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre's Annual Fund Raising Bazaar, Oct. 31. Call the office at 905-648-3466 to reserve your table.

BAHA’I FIRESIDE

People from all faiths or no faith welcome to investigate the Baha’i religion every Wednesday, 8:30 p. m., 132 Hillcrest Ave., Dundas.