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Fri - Apr 01 -- Sat - Apr 02
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  South Huron and Area Home and Lifestyle Show
South Huron and Area Home and Lifestyle Show Fri April 1 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Sat. April 2nd 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Local Business, Local attendance, local shoppers. Free Admission to the public. Enter to win a $1000 Hunter Douglas Prize Pack from Custom Covers. Held at the South Huron Rec Centre. Presented by 90.5 myFM and the South Huron Chamber of Commerce
Sat - Apr 02
  Highway 21 coming to Ailsa Craig
Friends of Ye Olde Towne Hall Ailsa Craig are hosting hot new country band Highway 21 on April 2 2016. Doors 7:30pm Show: 8pm. Tickets $18 at Ailsa Craig Home Hardware or Ticketscene.ca Legion Bar Service and snacks available.
Tue - Apr 05
  Tuesday Tunes- Seaforth
Tuesday Tunes is held in the Seaforth Community Centre, 122 Duke Street, Seaforth. The event features Old Time Fiddle and Traditional style Country Music every Tuesday afternoon from 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm every Tuesday from until May 3rd except the week of March 14 when the event's St. Patrick's celebration will be on Wednesday, March 16th. Musicians, singers, dancers and listeners are all welcome. Admission is by donation. Profits are donated to local organizations such as the local food bank. Information 519 305 0493 or 519 357 1016.
Sat - Apr 09
  Food Bank Fundraiser
Saturday April 9th. Seaforth Community Centre. 11.30am - 2.30pm Seaforth Food Bank SOUPER SATURDAY Come and taste some great soup made by some of the best chefs in Huron County. Tickets are one dollar each for tastings. Admission is a non-perishable food item.
Sat - Apr 09
  Crime Stoppers Spring Fling
Saturday, April 9th 8pm-1am Age of Majority Stanley Community Centre 38594A Mill Road, Varna Featuring “The Cheap Shirts” $10/ticket All proceeds to Huron County Crime Stoppers Tickets available at: The Albion Hotel in Bayfield JMR Art Gallery in Bayfield At the door
Tue - Apr 12
  Tuesday Tunes- Seaforth
Tuesday Tunes is held in the Seaforth Community Centre, 122 Duke Street, Seaforth. The event features Old Time Fiddle and Traditional style Country Music every Tuesday afternoon from 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm every Tuesday from until May 3rd except the week of March 14 when the event's St. Patrick's celebration will be on Wednesday, March 16th. Musicians, singers, dancers and listeners are all welcome. Admission is by donation. Profits are donated to local organizations such as the local food bank. Information 519 305 0493 or 519 357 1016.
Wed - Apr 13
  You have the Power to Save a Life
What if you found out you had a great power? Like the power to give life? That is what you are doing when you donate blood. The power has been inside you all along. On Wed April 13 please consider saving a life at South Huron District High School , 1:30 to 7:30 pm. Visit www.blood.ca to book your appointment
Fri - Apr 15
  Indoor Yard Sale
Scotiabank is holding it's annual Indoor Yard Sale with all proceeds going to the South Huron Hospital Foundation. April 15th.
Mon - Apr 18 -- Thu - Apr 21
  South Huron Hospital Rummage Sale & Auction
South Huron Hospital Rummage Sale & Auction Rummage Sale & Auction sponsored by South Huron Hospital Auxiliary on Wed. April 20 5-8:30pm and Thurs. April 21 9am-1pm Auction-Wed. evening. Donation pickup by appointment only-please call 519-237-3445 or 519-235-1409 by Mon. April 18 to arrange pickup. Donations may be dropped off at the Rec Centre on Tues. April 19 from 3-9pm and Wed. morning. Clean, resalable items include clothing, dishware, toys, books, home decor, linens, decorations and more. Something for everyone. Help support your local hospital by donating, purchasing and volunteering for the Hosp. Aux.
Tue - Apr 19
  Tuesday Tunes- Seaforth
Tuesday Tunes is held in the Seaforth Community Centre, 122 Duke Street, Seaforth. The event features Old Time Fiddle and Traditional style Country Music every Tuesday afternoon from 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm every Tuesday from until May 3rd except the week of March 14 when the event's St. Patrick's celebration will be on Wednesday, March 16th. Musicians, singers, dancers and listeners are all welcome. Admission is by donation. Profits are donated to local organizations such as the local food bank. Information 519 305 0493 or 519 357 1016.
Thu - Apr 21
  Your Company's Financial Lens
Your Company's Financial Lens - as seen through the Lender's eyes, Jim Niesen. Want to know what your banker knows about your business? Want to learn how loan decisions are made based upon a seemingly random organization of numbers, figures and formulas? Even better, do you want to use the same information that bankers use to make better decisions in running your business? If you answered, Yes, Yes and Yes, then this workshop is for you. Thursday April 21st, 2016 7:00pm - 9:30pm REACH Huron, 169 BEECH St., Clinton, ON
Thu - Apr 21
  South Huron Hospital Rummage Sale & Auction
Rummage Sale & Auction sponsored by South Huron Hospital Auxiliary on Wed. April 20 5-8:30pm and Thurs. April 21 9am-1pm Auction-Wed. evening. Donation pickup by appointment only-please call 519-237-3445 or 519-235-1409 by Mon. April 18 to arrange pickup. Donations may be dropped off at the Rec Centre on Tues. April 19 from 3-9pm and Wed. morning. Clean, resalable items include clothing, dishware, toys, books, home décor, linens, decorations and more. Something for everyone. Help support your local hospital by donating, purchasing and volunteering for the Hosp. Aux.
Thu - Apr 21
  Quilt Show
Piecemakers 2016 Quilt Show, April 21-23, Pyramid Recreation Centre 317 James Street St Marys. Wheelchair accessiblr
Sun - Apr 24
  Pedal and Paws, Pinery Prov Park
The Friends of the Pinery Park is hosting its annual spring fund raiser ' Pedals and Paws' April 24 from 11:30 until 2 pm. The event is located at the Park Store. It is a bike ride, 14K or 28K and also a walking portion of 3K or 7K. Your canine friend is welcome. There will be a dog agility demonstration by Ralph the Dog at 11:30. You may register on line or register between 12 and 1 at the park store. The ride and walks begin at 1. Pledge sheets are available on line at our web site. The registration is $20.00 per person or $50.00 per family. Entrance to the Park for this event is free. A hot dog lunch will be available after 12 noon $2.00 each.
Sun - Apr 24
  35th Annual Fish Fry
Kirkton-Woodham Optimist 35th annual all you can eat fish fry. Sunday, April 24th Kirkton Community Center 4 till 7 pm $20.00 a ticket Adults Children $5.00 pre-school free .Tickets available at the Kirkton Market or call 519-229-6661.Tickets available at the door.
Tue - Apr 26
  Blyth Legion & Ladies Auxiliary BINGO
Enjoy some BINGO at the Blyth Memorial Hall, in Blyth. Doors open at 6pm, & game start at 7pm.
Tue - Apr 26
  Tuesday Tunes- Seaforth
Tuesday Tunes is held in the Seaforth Community Centre, 122 Duke Street, Seaforth. The event features Old Time Fiddle and Traditional style Country Music every Tuesday afternoon from 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm every Tuesday from until May 3rd except the week of March 14 when the event's St. Patrick's celebration will be on Wednesday, March 16th. Musicians, singers, dancers and listeners are all welcome. Admission is by donation. Profits are donated to local organizations such as the local food bank. Information 519 305 0493 or 519 357 1016.
Fri - Apr 29
  Spring Fling Much Music Video Dance
Ages 15 and under Friday April 29th from 7:30pm - 10:30pm South Huron Recreation Centre - 94 Victoria Street East, Exeter Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at McLean's Home Hardware in Grand Bend and Exeter. This event is sponsored by your local Optimist Club.
Fri - Apr 29
  Planning for Success
A written business plan is your first step towards a successful business. Business Plans are realistic and provide a road map for decision making. They focus your ideas and allow you to set realistic goals for yourself. Certainly a lender will insist on reviewing a written plan, but the biggest benefit is really to the business owner him/herself. On Friday April 29th, Alison Lobb is leading a workshop on business planning. Share, as we discuss the dos and don'ts, as well as steps needed to get your business plan started and, ultimately, your business started and doing well. It's often overwhelming for a first-time entrepreneur to put their dreams on paper, but it's the first step to a successful business. Learn how to evaluate your ideas and figures and put together a professional business plan. Let us help you get started!
Sat - Apr 30
  After Four...Swing into Spring
Swing into Spring with "After Four" "After Four" is an amazing vocal quartet, harmonizing pop and jazz, providing a wonderful evening of entertainment, and includes Ron Nauta, Theresa Wallis Kneale, Dave Williams, and Jenny Nauta. When the seats at Playhouse II were all sold out, the decision was made to move to the Main Stage at Huron Country Playhouse, Grand Bend! The additional tickets are selling quickly, so call Debbie Proctor at 519-238-2973 to buy yours. Saturday, April 30 - Doors open at 6:30 PM, Concert begins at 7:30 PM Presented by Huron Shores United Church, Grand Bend, with the proceeds to support the Building Renovation Project 50/50 Draw / Wine Raffle / Door Prize Tickets are $25 Advance / $30 Door
Sat - Apr 30
  South Huron Tree Sale
Communities in Bloom Tree Sale 2016: Sat April 30th - 8:30am - 11:00am South Huron Works Yard, 40526 Huron Street East (across from Usborne Central School) Cash or Cheque - First come first served. $25 for ball and burlap evergreens (white pine and blue spruce) $30 for tulip tree, serviceberry, burr oak $40 for maple. For more information call Linda: (519) 235-0037.
Sat - Apr 30
  Sat Afternoon Live Entertainment Grand Bend Legion
Don Harvey Live Sat afternoon In the downstairs lounge April 30, 2016 3-6 pm All welcome to join the fun