City Sidelines - July 22

News Jul 21, 2010 Ancaster News

THURSDAY

FACES OF DUNDAS

On July 22,Dundas Museum & Archives kicks off a new exhibit, Faces of Dundas. Meet your neighbours past and present as the museum tells the stories of Dundas residents through their portraits and objects from their lives. Enjoy watermelon and lemonade on the museum lawn at the opening on July 22 at 7 p. m. The exhibit runs from July 22 to Oct. 3, 139 Park St. W., Monday to Friday, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., Sunday, 1-4 pm. Call 905-627-7412.

VALLEY TOWN TOASTMASTERS

Valley Town Toastmasters' meeting place for the summer has changed to the Royal Canadian Legion, Wentworth Room, 280 King St. W., Dundas, most Thursdays, 7 p. m. Visit www.valleytowntoastmasters.com for actual meeting dates. Guests welcome; different theme every week. July 29: Great Discoveries! Aug. 5: Riddles & Puzzles. Aug 12: Desert or Dessert? Contact info@valleytowntoastmasters.com or call 289-260-1153.

FRIDAY

LASAGNA DINNER

Hamilton Air Force Club, 128 King St. E., Dundas, Friday, July 23, 5-7 p. m., homemade lasagna dinner with salad and roll, $7 per person. Call for tickets, 905-628-6697. Entertainment begins at 6 p. m. with Erayna. Everyone welcome.

SATURDAY

SUMMER EXHIBIT

Visitors to the HCA Trail Center, 650 Governors Rd., Dundas, will enjoy viewing the Giants' Rib Permanent Art Collection, displayed Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a. m. to 3:30 p. m., throughout the summer. The Giants' Rib Centre promotes and celebrates the beauty and conservation of the Niagara Escarpment.

FAMILY SWIM

Family Swim St. Joseph's Villa Heated Pool every Saturday from 1:30-2:15 p. m. Call 905 627-3541, Ext. 2911.

SUNDAY

MUSIC AT FIELDCOTE

Twist! performs July 25 as part of Music at Fieldcote 2010, 7 p. m., 64 Sulphur Springs Rd. For more information, contact infomusicatfieldcote@gmail.com . The series continues Aug. 1 with Inventions Trio.

FUNDRAISING CAR WASH

Hamilton’s New Orchestral Sound, Car Wash, $5., The Steeltown Symphony Orchestra , Sunday, July 25, 10 a. m., Metro Grocery Parking Lot, 845 King St. W., Hamilton, to raise funds to support the continued education and presentation of music to the public.

MONDAY

VACATION BIBLE CAMP

A co-operative ministry between St Paul’s and Rock Chapel United Church, July 26-30, Rock Chapel, 9 a. m. to noon, ages five to 11, music, games, crafts, healthy snacks. Transportation provided from St Paul’s. To register by June 25, call 905-628-6396.

PROBUS CLUB OF DUNDAS

Meeting at St. Paul's United Church, 29 Park St. W., Dundas, 10 a. m., Monday July 26. Guest speaker Julia Kollek, whose topic will be Environmental Issues. Call 905-304-1566.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Sonquest Rainforest Vacation Bible School, Ancaster Christian Reformed Church, 70 Garner Rd. W., July 26-30 from 9-11:30 a. m. for ages four to 10 years old. Call 905-648-2323 or email ancasterchristianrc@bellnet.ca to register. Reptile Man, free community event on Thursday July 29, 6:30 p. m.

TUESDAY

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

The Dundas Concert Band presents its free Concerts in the Park series at the Dundas Driving Park bandshell every Tuesday until Aug. 10, 7:30 p. m. In the case of severe weather, the alternate venue is the Dundas Lions Memorial Community Centre, Market and King Streets in Dundas. Visit www.dundasconcertband.com or call 905 523-9500.

WEDNESDAY

PROBUS CLUB OF ANCASTER

The Wednesday, July 28 meeting is a special event at the Flamborough Hills Golf Club, 71 Highway 52 North, 10 a. m., buffet lunch at noon, with entertainment by Stephen Fuller. Call 905-304-1566.

UPCOMING

VISITING LIBRARY

Want to bring the love of reading and entertainment to those who are homebound? Become a volunteer for the Hamilton Public Library’s Visiting Library Service. Call the volunteer coordinator at 905-546-3200, Ext. 2158, or visit www.hpl.ca .

SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP

Baobab Blast Summer Adventure Camp, Central Presbyterian Church, 165 Charlton Ave. W., Hamilton, Aug. 23-27, 9 a. m. to noon, $20. Games, singing, drumming and explore the wonders of God’s world and word. See www.centralchurchhamilton.on.ca or call 905-522-9098, Ext. 31.

MEDIEVAL ILLUMINATION

Medieval Illumination Classes, Fieldcote Museum, Aug. 23-27, 10 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. Projects include raised gilding and gold leaf, as well as experimenting with different gilding sizes and effects. Medieval manuscripts provide a window into the medieval world with their beautiful miniature pictures and capital letters. Theme: Faces, Figures and Fur. Open to all level but watercolour experience helpful. Call 905-648-5520 or alinchan@cogeco.ca .

CRAFT SHOW

Vendors Wanted for Craft Show on Nov. 6 and 7 at Marritt Hall, Ancaster Fairgrounds. Handmade items. Cost $85 a space. Call Dorothy at 905-627-9807.

YEE HAW!

Mosey on down to The Saddle Ridge Ranch, St. Paul's Presbyterian Gospel Mill, 522 Carluke Rd. W.,, Ancaster, Aug. 16-20. Call Lisa at 905-679-9885 or email Bulletin2007@hotmail.com

DINNER & DANCE

On Saturday Aug. 7,Elite Events Management hosts Dinner & Dance Under the Stars, 6 p. m., beach pavilion at Fifty Point in Stoney Creek. Tickets are $30 each and include a six-course Italian dinner, and live music from DJ Perri. Proceeds to Hamilton Conservation Authority and the Children's Charity of Hope. See www.eliteevents.ca , call 905-516-8136 or Marina Office at Fifty Point.

SOUTH PACIFIC TRIP

Lunch at Tuckers Marketplace, performance of South Pacific, shopping and transportation, Wednesday, Sept. 1. For more information or to reserve your spot, contact Dorothy Laird at 905-627-0445.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Ebenezer Free Reformed Church Vacation Bible School, Aug. 9-13, 253 Weirs Lane, Dundas. A fun-filled program of Bible stories, snacks, crafts, sing-songs and more for children ages four to 12, 9:30 a. m. to noon. Call or e-mail Patricia at 519-647-3434, apkroesbergen@bell.net

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Maranatha Free Reformed Church, 1114 Old Mohawk Rd., Ancaster. Aug. 16-20, 9:15-11:30 a. m. for kids ages four to 12. To register call Jeanette at 905-318-8091 or email bill_denboer@hotmail.com

SPCA SUMMER CAMP

Summer Camp for children six to12 years of age, serving Hamilton and the surrounding Area. Call 905-574-7722, Ext. 326 or e-mail ndecourcy-donovan@hbspca.com

ODDS ’N’ ENDS

SENIORS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Dundas Community Services advisory committee for Seniors Services Program needs new members, meetings four times a year to discuss issues related to seniors. Call Jane at 905-627-5461.

HOST VOLUNTEER

SISO HOST Volunteer Program. In just two hours a week, you can make friends from another culture and help a newcomer family adjust to life in Canada. Call 905-667-7496 or scheeseman@sisohamilton.org

EARLY YEARS CENTRE

Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough Ontario Early Years Centre offers free Interactive Play Time drop-in programs for families with children 0-6 year olds in the Ancaster and Dundas area. View summer drop-in schedule at www.ontarioearlyyears.ca or call 905-689-9500.

City Sidelines - July 22

News Jul 21, 2010 Ancaster News

THURSDAY

FACES OF DUNDAS

On July 22,Dundas Museum & Archives kicks off a new exhibit, Faces of Dundas. Meet your neighbours past and present as the museum tells the stories of Dundas residents through their portraits and objects from their lives. Enjoy watermelon and lemonade on the museum lawn at the opening on July 22 at 7 p. m. The exhibit runs from July 22 to Oct. 3, 139 Park St. W., Monday to Friday, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., Sunday, 1-4 pm. Call 905-627-7412.

VALLEY TOWN TOASTMASTERS

Valley Town Toastmasters' meeting place for the summer has changed to the Royal Canadian Legion, Wentworth Room, 280 King St. W., Dundas, most Thursdays, 7 p. m. Visit www.valleytowntoastmasters.com for actual meeting dates. Guests welcome; different theme every week. July 29: Great Discoveries! Aug. 5: Riddles & Puzzles. Aug 12: Desert or Dessert? Contact info@valleytowntoastmasters.com or call 289-260-1153.

FRIDAY

LASAGNA DINNER

Hamilton Air Force Club, 128 King St. E., Dundas, Friday, July 23, 5-7 p. m., homemade lasagna dinner with salad and roll, $7 per person. Call for tickets, 905-628-6697. Entertainment begins at 6 p. m. with Erayna. Everyone welcome.

SATURDAY

SUMMER EXHIBIT

Visitors to the HCA Trail Center, 650 Governors Rd., Dundas, will enjoy viewing the Giants' Rib Permanent Art Collection, displayed Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a. m. to 3:30 p. m., throughout the summer. The Giants' Rib Centre promotes and celebrates the beauty and conservation of the Niagara Escarpment.

FAMILY SWIM

Family Swim St. Joseph's Villa Heated Pool every Saturday from 1:30-2:15 p. m. Call 905 627-3541, Ext. 2911.

SUNDAY

MUSIC AT FIELDCOTE

Twist! performs July 25 as part of Music at Fieldcote 2010, 7 p. m., 64 Sulphur Springs Rd. For more information, contact infomusicatfieldcote@gmail.com . The series continues Aug. 1 with Inventions Trio.

FUNDRAISING CAR WASH

Hamilton’s New Orchestral Sound, Car Wash, $5., The Steeltown Symphony Orchestra , Sunday, July 25, 10 a. m., Metro Grocery Parking Lot, 845 King St. W., Hamilton, to raise funds to support the continued education and presentation of music to the public.

MONDAY

VACATION BIBLE CAMP

A co-operative ministry between St Paul’s and Rock Chapel United Church, July 26-30, Rock Chapel, 9 a. m. to noon, ages five to 11, music, games, crafts, healthy snacks. Transportation provided from St Paul’s. To register by June 25, call 905-628-6396.

PROBUS CLUB OF DUNDAS

Meeting at St. Paul's United Church, 29 Park St. W., Dundas, 10 a. m., Monday July 26. Guest speaker Julia Kollek, whose topic will be Environmental Issues. Call 905-304-1566.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Sonquest Rainforest Vacation Bible School, Ancaster Christian Reformed Church, 70 Garner Rd. W., July 26-30 from 9-11:30 a. m. for ages four to 10 years old. Call 905-648-2323 or email ancasterchristianrc@bellnet.ca to register. Reptile Man, free community event on Thursday July 29, 6:30 p. m.

TUESDAY

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

The Dundas Concert Band presents its free Concerts in the Park series at the Dundas Driving Park bandshell every Tuesday until Aug. 10, 7:30 p. m. In the case of severe weather, the alternate venue is the Dundas Lions Memorial Community Centre, Market and King Streets in Dundas. Visit www.dundasconcertband.com or call 905 523-9500.

WEDNESDAY

PROBUS CLUB OF ANCASTER

The Wednesday, July 28 meeting is a special event at the Flamborough Hills Golf Club, 71 Highway 52 North, 10 a. m., buffet lunch at noon, with entertainment by Stephen Fuller. Call 905-304-1566.

UPCOMING

VISITING LIBRARY

Want to bring the love of reading and entertainment to those who are homebound? Become a volunteer for the Hamilton Public Library’s Visiting Library Service. Call the volunteer coordinator at 905-546-3200, Ext. 2158, or visit www.hpl.ca .

SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP

Baobab Blast Summer Adventure Camp, Central Presbyterian Church, 165 Charlton Ave. W., Hamilton, Aug. 23-27, 9 a. m. to noon, $20. Games, singing, drumming and explore the wonders of God’s world and word. See www.centralchurchhamilton.on.ca or call 905-522-9098, Ext. 31.

MEDIEVAL ILLUMINATION

Medieval Illumination Classes, Fieldcote Museum, Aug. 23-27, 10 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. Projects include raised gilding and gold leaf, as well as experimenting with different gilding sizes and effects. Medieval manuscripts provide a window into the medieval world with their beautiful miniature pictures and capital letters. Theme: Faces, Figures and Fur. Open to all level but watercolour experience helpful. Call 905-648-5520 or alinchan@cogeco.ca .

CRAFT SHOW

Vendors Wanted for Craft Show on Nov. 6 and 7 at Marritt Hall, Ancaster Fairgrounds. Handmade items. Cost $85 a space. Call Dorothy at 905-627-9807.

YEE HAW!

Mosey on down to The Saddle Ridge Ranch, St. Paul's Presbyterian Gospel Mill, 522 Carluke Rd. W.,, Ancaster, Aug. 16-20. Call Lisa at 905-679-9885 or email Bulletin2007@hotmail.com

DINNER & DANCE

On Saturday Aug. 7,Elite Events Management hosts Dinner & Dance Under the Stars, 6 p. m., beach pavilion at Fifty Point in Stoney Creek. Tickets are $30 each and include a six-course Italian dinner, and live music from DJ Perri. Proceeds to Hamilton Conservation Authority and the Children's Charity of Hope. See www.eliteevents.ca , call 905-516-8136 or Marina Office at Fifty Point.

SOUTH PACIFIC TRIP

Lunch at Tuckers Marketplace, performance of South Pacific, shopping and transportation, Wednesday, Sept. 1. For more information or to reserve your spot, contact Dorothy Laird at 905-627-0445.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Ebenezer Free Reformed Church Vacation Bible School, Aug. 9-13, 253 Weirs Lane, Dundas. A fun-filled program of Bible stories, snacks, crafts, sing-songs and more for children ages four to 12, 9:30 a. m. to noon. Call or e-mail Patricia at 519-647-3434, apkroesbergen@bell.net

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Maranatha Free Reformed Church, 1114 Old Mohawk Rd., Ancaster. Aug. 16-20, 9:15-11:30 a. m. for kids ages four to 12. To register call Jeanette at 905-318-8091 or email bill_denboer@hotmail.com

SPCA SUMMER CAMP

Summer Camp for children six to12 years of age, serving Hamilton and the surrounding Area. Call 905-574-7722, Ext. 326 or e-mail ndecourcy-donovan@hbspca.com

ODDS ’N’ ENDS

SENIORS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Dundas Community Services advisory committee for Seniors Services Program needs new members, meetings four times a year to discuss issues related to seniors. Call Jane at 905-627-5461.

HOST VOLUNTEER

SISO HOST Volunteer Program. In just two hours a week, you can make friends from another culture and help a newcomer family adjust to life in Canada. Call 905-667-7496 or scheeseman@sisohamilton.org

EARLY YEARS CENTRE

Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough Ontario Early Years Centre offers free Interactive Play Time drop-in programs for families with children 0-6 year olds in the Ancaster and Dundas area. View summer drop-in schedule at www.ontarioearlyyears.ca or call 905-689-9500.

City Sidelines - July 22

News Jul 21, 2010 Ancaster News

THURSDAY

FACES OF DUNDAS

On July 22,Dundas Museum & Archives kicks off a new exhibit, Faces of Dundas. Meet your neighbours past and present as the museum tells the stories of Dundas residents through their portraits and objects from their lives. Enjoy watermelon and lemonade on the museum lawn at the opening on July 22 at 7 p. m. The exhibit runs from July 22 to Oct. 3, 139 Park St. W., Monday to Friday, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., Sunday, 1-4 pm. Call 905-627-7412.

VALLEY TOWN TOASTMASTERS

Valley Town Toastmasters' meeting place for the summer has changed to the Royal Canadian Legion, Wentworth Room, 280 King St. W., Dundas, most Thursdays, 7 p. m. Visit www.valleytowntoastmasters.com for actual meeting dates. Guests welcome; different theme every week. July 29: Great Discoveries! Aug. 5: Riddles & Puzzles. Aug 12: Desert or Dessert? Contact info@valleytowntoastmasters.com or call 289-260-1153.

FRIDAY

LASAGNA DINNER

Hamilton Air Force Club, 128 King St. E., Dundas, Friday, July 23, 5-7 p. m., homemade lasagna dinner with salad and roll, $7 per person. Call for tickets, 905-628-6697. Entertainment begins at 6 p. m. with Erayna. Everyone welcome.

SATURDAY

SUMMER EXHIBIT

Visitors to the HCA Trail Center, 650 Governors Rd., Dundas, will enjoy viewing the Giants' Rib Permanent Art Collection, displayed Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a. m. to 3:30 p. m., throughout the summer. The Giants' Rib Centre promotes and celebrates the beauty and conservation of the Niagara Escarpment.

FAMILY SWIM

Family Swim St. Joseph's Villa Heated Pool every Saturday from 1:30-2:15 p. m. Call 905 627-3541, Ext. 2911.

SUNDAY

MUSIC AT FIELDCOTE

Twist! performs July 25 as part of Music at Fieldcote 2010, 7 p. m., 64 Sulphur Springs Rd. For more information, contact infomusicatfieldcote@gmail.com . The series continues Aug. 1 with Inventions Trio.

FUNDRAISING CAR WASH

Hamilton’s New Orchestral Sound, Car Wash, $5., The Steeltown Symphony Orchestra , Sunday, July 25, 10 a. m., Metro Grocery Parking Lot, 845 King St. W., Hamilton, to raise funds to support the continued education and presentation of music to the public.

MONDAY

VACATION BIBLE CAMP

A co-operative ministry between St Paul’s and Rock Chapel United Church, July 26-30, Rock Chapel, 9 a. m. to noon, ages five to 11, music, games, crafts, healthy snacks. Transportation provided from St Paul’s. To register by June 25, call 905-628-6396.

PROBUS CLUB OF DUNDAS

Meeting at St. Paul's United Church, 29 Park St. W., Dundas, 10 a. m., Monday July 26. Guest speaker Julia Kollek, whose topic will be Environmental Issues. Call 905-304-1566.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Sonquest Rainforest Vacation Bible School, Ancaster Christian Reformed Church, 70 Garner Rd. W., July 26-30 from 9-11:30 a. m. for ages four to 10 years old. Call 905-648-2323 or email ancasterchristianrc@bellnet.ca to register. Reptile Man, free community event on Thursday July 29, 6:30 p. m.

TUESDAY

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

The Dundas Concert Band presents its free Concerts in the Park series at the Dundas Driving Park bandshell every Tuesday until Aug. 10, 7:30 p. m. In the case of severe weather, the alternate venue is the Dundas Lions Memorial Community Centre, Market and King Streets in Dundas. Visit www.dundasconcertband.com or call 905 523-9500.

WEDNESDAY

PROBUS CLUB OF ANCASTER

The Wednesday, July 28 meeting is a special event at the Flamborough Hills Golf Club, 71 Highway 52 North, 10 a. m., buffet lunch at noon, with entertainment by Stephen Fuller. Call 905-304-1566.

UPCOMING

VISITING LIBRARY

Want to bring the love of reading and entertainment to those who are homebound? Become a volunteer for the Hamilton Public Library’s Visiting Library Service. Call the volunteer coordinator at 905-546-3200, Ext. 2158, or visit www.hpl.ca .

SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP

Baobab Blast Summer Adventure Camp, Central Presbyterian Church, 165 Charlton Ave. W., Hamilton, Aug. 23-27, 9 a. m. to noon, $20. Games, singing, drumming and explore the wonders of God’s world and word. See www.centralchurchhamilton.on.ca or call 905-522-9098, Ext. 31.

MEDIEVAL ILLUMINATION

Medieval Illumination Classes, Fieldcote Museum, Aug. 23-27, 10 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. Projects include raised gilding and gold leaf, as well as experimenting with different gilding sizes and effects. Medieval manuscripts provide a window into the medieval world with their beautiful miniature pictures and capital letters. Theme: Faces, Figures and Fur. Open to all level but watercolour experience helpful. Call 905-648-5520 or alinchan@cogeco.ca .

CRAFT SHOW

Vendors Wanted for Craft Show on Nov. 6 and 7 at Marritt Hall, Ancaster Fairgrounds. Handmade items. Cost $85 a space. Call Dorothy at 905-627-9807.

YEE HAW!

Mosey on down to The Saddle Ridge Ranch, St. Paul's Presbyterian Gospel Mill, 522 Carluke Rd. W.,, Ancaster, Aug. 16-20. Call Lisa at 905-679-9885 or email Bulletin2007@hotmail.com

DINNER & DANCE

On Saturday Aug. 7,Elite Events Management hosts Dinner & Dance Under the Stars, 6 p. m., beach pavilion at Fifty Point in Stoney Creek. Tickets are $30 each and include a six-course Italian dinner, and live music from DJ Perri. Proceeds to Hamilton Conservation Authority and the Children's Charity of Hope. See www.eliteevents.ca , call 905-516-8136 or Marina Office at Fifty Point.

SOUTH PACIFIC TRIP

Lunch at Tuckers Marketplace, performance of South Pacific, shopping and transportation, Wednesday, Sept. 1. For more information or to reserve your spot, contact Dorothy Laird at 905-627-0445.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Ebenezer Free Reformed Church Vacation Bible School, Aug. 9-13, 253 Weirs Lane, Dundas. A fun-filled program of Bible stories, snacks, crafts, sing-songs and more for children ages four to 12, 9:30 a. m. to noon. Call or e-mail Patricia at 519-647-3434, apkroesbergen@bell.net

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Maranatha Free Reformed Church, 1114 Old Mohawk Rd., Ancaster. Aug. 16-20, 9:15-11:30 a. m. for kids ages four to 12. To register call Jeanette at 905-318-8091 or email bill_denboer@hotmail.com

SPCA SUMMER CAMP

Summer Camp for children six to12 years of age, serving Hamilton and the surrounding Area. Call 905-574-7722, Ext. 326 or e-mail ndecourcy-donovan@hbspca.com

ODDS ’N’ ENDS

SENIORS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Dundas Community Services advisory committee for Seniors Services Program needs new members, meetings four times a year to discuss issues related to seniors. Call Jane at 905-627-5461.

HOST VOLUNTEER

SISO HOST Volunteer Program. In just two hours a week, you can make friends from another culture and help a newcomer family adjust to life in Canada. Call 905-667-7496 or scheeseman@sisohamilton.org

EARLY YEARS CENTRE

Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough Ontario Early Years Centre offers free Interactive Play Time drop-in programs for families with children 0-6 year olds in the Ancaster and Dundas area. View summer drop-in schedule at www.ontarioearlyyears.ca or call 905-689-9500.