The Senior AAA Kendal Eagles held their first practice session on Wednesday, July 15 at the Harvey Jackson Memorial Park. Schedule of games is still to be determined.
The Municipality of Clarington is pleased to announce that we will be reopening our Orono outdoor pool as of July 24 with strict physical distancing and capacity limits. The pool will reopen seven days a week with pre-registered swim sessions lasting an hour each. A maximum of 20 swimmers will be allowed at each session.
On Monday July 20, the Province of Ontario announced that Durham Region is moving into Phase 3 of the provincial reopening plan, effective this Friday, July 24.
Those of you who are not farmers, imagine having access to seventy-four acres of lush green fields and forest, complete with walking trails along Wilmot Creek, a community garden or space for your own garden plot, a trout pond, picnic areas beside ponds, grass mazes, a sunny field lined with linden trees, sunflowers and half […]
typically the site of social justice activism. Yet for Sangayal Kyab, a 29-year old Tibetan man, this pedestrian-friendly trail became part of the route for his awareness-raising 800-kilometre walk for peace from Toronto to Ottawa and back on behalf of the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan people. Each day of the journey, he started out […]
Farncomb LeGresley has the biggest happiest smile ever. He was born “94 years ago, in Ebor House just behind us.” Ebor House was built in the 1860’s by his great grandfather, Frederick Farncomb, the local customs collector. When he was born, they didn’t have electricity. “I think it was about 1871 when they got electricity.”
Hey you! Yes…YOU. Is this newspaper headed for the recycling bin once you have finished reading it with your morning cup of coffee? Chances are you have answered ‘yes’, totally unaware that these folded sheets of community news are useful beyond your leisurely reading. This paper is a surprisingly versatile material that has the potential […]