When: Thursday, November 28th, 2019
Where: Maggie's Tea & Toast Cafe
Cost: $60 in advance, includes charcuterie.
To register, message Art & Class here, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (613) 466-0622
Enjoy painting these wonderful teacups!
Explore the world of acrylics through their 2-day acrylic workshop instructed by Richard Hutton.
Dates: Monday Dec. 2nd & Monday Dec. 9th 1-4pm
Painted on a 16x20 canvas.
$110 (Materials Included)
To register, dm them at, email email@example.com or call (613) 466-0622.
Due to the success and popularity of this tree that was painted last December, they are doing it again!
Wednesday December 4th // 6:30-8:30pm at the Perth Parkside Inn & Spa. $45 includes tax and material.
To register, send a message to, firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at (613) 466-0622.
Due to the popularity of their upcoming needle felting workshop, they are adding a 3rd date.
Friday Dec. 6th 12:30-2pm (Limited space left)
Saturday Dec. 7th 2-3:30pm (Limited space left)
Sunday Dec. 8th 1-2:30pm
$35 includes materials and supplies to take home.
Send them a message here, email email@example.com or call (613) 466-0622 to register.
A Soul's Reflection Guided Journey: GAIL SMITH, ENERGY AND SPIRITUAL HEALING (Trained in Shamanism by The 8th Fire, Pete Bernard, Algonquin Medicine Man) &
Quantum Shamanic Reiki Group Healing
DATE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd, 2019 TIME: 1:30 – 3:30p.m.
PLACE: YOGA CONNECTIONS
ADDRESS: 39D GORE STREET EAST (Entrance off of the Courtyard between Fall River Fashion and Classy Cuts on Gore Street)
Your relationship with the world is based on how you see yourself, what's going on inside, and how you project out to others. You are invited to a 'Soul's Reflection' guided journey to clear away any negative perceptions/images, and end with a perfectly healed image of who you truly are. Join me to Receive a guided journey, followed by a Quantum Shamanic Reiki Group healing, and leave Rejoicing in your healed self-image. As an Energy and Spiritual Healer (trained in Shamanism by www.the8thfire.com), it will be an honour to be of service supporting your new energies. Space is limited, so register early at firstname.lastname@example.org; or 613-406-4940. Cost $20.00 Payment can be made at event; or by e-transfer What to bring: Water bottle/Yoga Mat (if possible)
Studio Theatre Hosts the 2019 Eastern Ontario Drama League One-Act Play Festival November 8 - 10th
The weekend of November 8 to 10, Perth's own Studio Theatre will play host to some of the finest theatre groups from across the province, during the Eastern Ontario Drama League One-Act Play Festival. The Festival is a professionally adjudicated annual theatre event, this year featuring groups from Peterborough, Kingston, Belleville, Merrickville, Constance Bay, Halliburton, and of course, Perth. There will be nine one-act plays in all throughout the weekend, culminating in the Awards Brunch on Sunday Nov. 10. The entire weekend event is open to the public -- a great way to see "behind the curtain" of the theatre process, while enjoying a wide variety of live one-act comedies and dramas. To order tickets, download the ticket order at studiotheatreperth.com or call Isabel at 613-326-0437. www.studiotheatreperth.com/2019-eastern-ontario-drama-league-one-act-play-festival/
Wasted! The store of food waste
Chef Anthony Bourdain, and other celebrity chefs, help solve the problem of food waste as one-third of all food grown for human consumption ends up as garbage. The film is followed by a panel discussion and a mixer. We hope you’ll stay and discuss the film with local experts. Tickets: $15 for Adults, $10 for Students or $65 for Adults, $45 for Students for all 5 films. Available at the door 1 hour before show time or at Tickets Please, www.ticketsplease.ca – a $2 fee applies
What Women Want
Terrific romantic comedy and the perfect movie for a girls night out, or a date with your favorite fella.
We had such a great time, that the entire group wants to do the next Progressive Dinner. We had a choice of delicious soup or a chicken taco with pear slaw for our appetizer at Mex & Co. They were both a huge hit! Then we were off to the Stone Cellar for a choice of pork or chicken, served with a delicious chutney and placed over creamy mashed potatoes. Everyone loved the presentation and both amazing entrees. After the first two courses we weren't' sure that we had room for dessert, that is until we got to Maximilians, and saw what they were serving. We had the choice of a decadent apple dessert with a scoop of homemade caramel ice cream or a pumpkin cheesecake with pecan topping. Needless to say the evening was a hit with the entire group and we were pleasantly full from an evening of delicious food.
Watch for the next Progressive Dinner and don't miss your opportunity to enjoy the delicious creativity of Mex & Co. , the Stone Cellar and Maximilians.
Press Release from the Perth and District Union Public Library
The Perth & District Union Public Library will be celebrating Ontario Public Library Week with two engaging events during the week of October 20- 26th.
The first event is a free screening of the film "The Public" written and directed by Emilio Estevez. In "The Public" an unusually bitter Arctic blast has made its way to downtown Cincinnati and the front doors of the public library. At odds with library officials over how to handle the extreme weather event, some homeless patrons turn the building into a shelter for the night by staging an "Occupy" sit in. This David versus Goliath story tackles challenging issues, homelessness and mental illness, and sets the drama inside one of the last bastions of democracy-in-action: your public library. The screening will take place Sunday October 20th at 12:30 pm. A facilitated discussion will follow with community member Dennis Riggs.
The second event is a TED Talk discussion group October 26th at 1 pm. Participants will view a TedTalk and use it as a launching point for discussion! Topics will include freedom of speech, fake news, and trustworthiness of information.
"October is Canadian Library Month, and we also celebrate Ontario Public Library Week from October 20-26,” said Erika Heesen, CEO/Chief Librarian. “We’re excited to be hosting two fun events this year that showcase the valuable role that libraries play in Canadians’ lives”.
To learn more about the services and programs offered by the library, visit the library at 30 Herriott St, Perth, or www.perthunionlibrary.ca.
For more details contact Erika Heesen, 613-267-1224 or email@example.com