Current Events

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Thu - Jun 02
  Social Media Gets Real
Social Media Gets Real: A Panel of Entrepreneurs share their ideas and experiences. Even if you consider yourself experienced and successful with your social media impact, you'll likely take away some tips and tricks from these entrepreneurs. Come ready to share your own success stories. Small Business Entreprise Centre Publication Start.
Sat - Jun 04
  Fundraising Concert
Melville United Church Accessibility Project presents an evening with Denise Pelley and the London Pro Musica Choir singing old and new gospel favourites. Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 7:30 pm at Coldstream Community Centre, 10227 Ilderton Road, Coldstream. Tickets are $25 per person and are available by calling 519-666-1288 or 519-232-9067.
Sun - Jun 05
  Choralfest & Garden Party
South Huron Adult Community Choir with Guest Choirs, Sun June 5th, 4pm at Trivitt Memorial Anglican Church Exeter. Concert, BBQ & Singalong $20 (includes Concert & Food).
Wed - Jun 08
  Stephen Central Public School - 50th Anniversary
50th Anniversary and Family Fun Fair June 8th from 5:30 to 8:00 PM. Lots of fun and excitement for all.
Sat - Jun 11 -- Sun - Jun 12
  Writers Workshop Weekend
Grand Bend Art Center & The Grand Bend Writers' Group present Write on the Beach Workshop For All Writers and Wannabe Writers Saturday, June 11 and Sunday, June 12, 2016 Southcott Pines Clubhouse, Grand Bend Jeff Rasley Sat., June 11, 9:30 a.m. Multi-Published Author, Non-Fiction Writer, and Mountaineer Memoir Writing with a Purpose  The difference between journaling and memoir.  Theme development for different types of memoirs.  Legal risks - truth & consequences for publishing your memoir. Alicia Rasley Sat., June 11, 1:30 p.m. Award-winning Author of Mysteries, Romance, Women's Fiction, and Non-Fiction Plotting from the Inside Out  Story building.  How to plot your story.  Building strong characters, events, and story lines. Bonnie Burnard Sun., June 12, 9:30 a.m. Novelist and Short Story Writer, Giller Award Winner for A Good House Close Reading: An Attentive Look at Fiction  How to examine and consider your writing.  Is your writing doing what you want it to do?  How to offer constructive and helpful critiques of written work. Robyn Doolittle Sun., June 12, 1:30 p.m. Award winning Journalist (now with the Globe & Mail) and Non-Fiction Writer. Author of Crazy Town, The Rob Ford Story Building a Roadmap: How to Tackle Big Projects  Organize research with authority; set the stage for a smoother editing process.  Fact checking your work.  From outlines and research to setting a schedule. Four 90-Minute Sessions Registration: $38.95/session or $147.00 for all four sessions Many thanks to Lambton's Creative County Fund and the Grand Bend Community Foundation for their support and funding to make this event possible. For more information go to: or call Debbie McClure at 519-318-2082
Sat - Jun 11 -- Wed - Jun 15
  Youth Arts Camp
When: July 11th - 15th, 2016 Who: Boys and Girls 8-14 years of age What: Day Camp (Drama, Art, Music) Where: South Huron Recreation Centre, Exeter ON Cost: Early Bird Registration Fee $200 until June 1st, after that date $250 Professional Instructors: Catherine Weber, Aimee Rau and Stacy Smith Hosted by: The Bach Music Festival of Canada (South Huron) "Get your Passport and travel around the world with Bach to explore a variety of cultures through Drama, Art and Music!!! Five days of professional instructions, fun with friends (old and new) and exercising those creative muscles!!!"
Thu - Jun 16
  More Reveue from Effective Networking
More Revenue from Effective Networking & Business Etiquette, Michael Lewis. Networking has always been about making timely connections. This motivational presentation hopes to re-ignite your desire to network more efficiently and effectively. Common courtesy covers more than just having and using good manners and includes proper business etiquette. Discover the right way to handle your in-person, on-the-phone and on-line connections with professionalism and in a manner that makes a positive first impression that lasts. Smallbusiness Entreprise Centre 519-527-0305
Fri - Jun 17
  Zion United Church - Crediton -Shriners Fish Fry
Zion United Church Crediton Shriners Fish Fry Friday, June 17, 2016 5pm - 7pm Served at Crediton Community Park Pavilion- Take out available Tickets 519-235-4342 Adults $16.00 Children under 12 $8.00
Fri - Jun 17
  Grand Bend 1st Annual Firefighters Golf Tournament
Grand Bend 1st Annual Firefighters Golf Tournament Friday June 17th, 2016 at the Bayview Golf Club, Zurich. 4 person scramble format. $90/person or $360/team. 1pm shotgun start and registration begins at noon. Cost includes dinner, cart and 18 holes.
Sat - Jun 18
  Exeter Legion Breakfast
The Exeter Legion is doing Breakfast at the Exeter Legion during the town wide yard sales. Saturday June 18 breakfast will be served from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m. Adults: $7, Child (6-12): $4
Sat - Jun 18
  Brett Baker Show
Brett Baker Show live at Grand Bend Legion. Saturday June 18, 2016 3-6 pm. Downstairs Lounge. All welcome to join in the fun
Sun - Jun 26
  Roast Beef Dinner
JUNE 26, 2016 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm ROAST BEEF DINNER AT THE EXETER LEGION Sunday Roast Beef Dinner $15/person Enjoy a Roast Beef dinner with all the fixings and none of the fuss. Each meal has perfectly cooked roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, hot vegetable, fresh dinner roll, coleslaw and more. Dessert is always included. Marion: (519) 235-4156 Shirley: (519) 235-2696 Don't be disappointed!
Wed - Jun 29
  Shaking Hands- An Inspirational Story
Community Connections Outreach Services in Zurich is proud to bring Nelson Sleno to our Community. He is the author of Shaking Hands. We invite you to come hear his inspirational story of living and fighting Parkinson's Disease on Wednesday, June 29th from 1:30pm-2:30pm in the front Foyer of the West Huron Care Centre/Blue Water Rest Home (37792 Zurich-Hensall Rd). ."This book isn't just an inspiration for those suffering from Parkinson's, but a roadmap to guide family and friends whose lives have been indelibly altered by this disease." RSVP not required, but appreciated. Contact Heidi, 519-236-4373 ext 632.