August 10, 2022

Christine Vaillancourt and Friends entertained Sunday evening at the Ina Brown Parkette in Newtonville. Joining Christine on stage were special guests (pictured LtoR) Steve and Spike Piticco, Christine and Keith Robertson. Christine’s brother Dave Vaillancourt, daughter Caitlyn Holliday, Joanne Rutledge and Jackie Vaillancourt also stepped up to the mic. The rain held off and Newtonville was an outdoor honky tonk. There are three Sunday concerts left. The music plays from 6:30 until 8:00 p.m. In case of rain concerts are in the Newtonville Community Hall.


Supporting the Clarington Animal Shelter

On Saturday, July 30, Ana-Rey Nielsen and her brother Marcus were busy selling toys, sweet treats and lemonade in order to raise funds for the Clarington Animal Shelter. “We wanted to help the shelter because a lot of people are giving cats and dogs back that they got during COVID,” says the children’s mom, Chantal Nielsen. Ana-Rey added, “we have a dog Chloe, and I love her. That’s why we want to help. “The family raised $200 for the shelter and are very excited to drop the money off to support the animals.


Victorian Garden Party

In 1982 a small group of local history buffs in Newcastle Village applied to become a charitable organization, calling themselves, Newcastle Village and District Historical Society. In September of that year, their charter was granted.



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