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May 2

The Potsdam Humane Society is hosting their 6th Annual STRUT YOUR MUTT and Craft Show on Saturday May 2nd, 2015 at the Pine Street Arena, Potsdam.
Welcome Puppies, Dogs, and K-9 Friends! Bring your dogs down for an afternoon of fun! There will be prizes, raffles, face painting, pony rides, photo contests, music, food, and Family Fun!

8:30 am-9:30am Walk Registration
5K Walk starts at 9:30am sharp!
CRAFT SHOW 9am-3pm
Clarkson & Potsdam Annual Plant Sale 9am-1pm
Bottle Drive 9am-3pm!

10x10 VENDOR SPACES available for just $10!
Walk Eligibility by pledge sheet or donation.
For more information or to reserve a space contact the Potsdam Humane Society (315) 265-3199!

Potsdam Humane Society

May 9

Louisville Arena in Chase Mills, NY
Saturday, May 9th - 8am thru 2pm
Swap with a large variety of vendors welcome...
Farm Animals to Crafts For Sale
Food Available
Outside Activities
Raffle Table
Fun for the whole family with something for everyone

This is a rain or shine indoor/outdoor event
Admission is FREE

Vendor spaces still available at $10. for a 12x12 space
Please contact Carol (315) 322-8872 for more info

Donations are still needed & appreciated.
Please contact Katie at (315) 322-6137 with questions or to arrange pick up

Carol A Baxter

May 9

Annual community wide garage sales will be held Saturday May 9 th rain or shine with some sales on Ftiday also

Joan Aldrich

May 9

Spring Fling!
Saturday, May 9, 2015
8 am to 2 pm
Louisville Arena
44 Arena Drive, Chase Mills NY 13621

Vendors of all sorts are welcome (critters, crafters, gardening, farming supplies, etc) Vendors are responsible for obtaining necessary permits for their goods
To reserve your 12 x 12 space (indoor or outdoor) and a $10.00 check payable to:
Farmstead Families of NNY
mail to:
Carol Baxter
179 North Road
Lisbon, NY 13658

Reservations for vendors is first come first serve and limited! Set up allowed the evening before the event at vendors own risk. Tear down and space cleaned by vendor by 4 pm the day of the event. Anyone not cleaning their space will not be allowed to return.

Please note when selling animals:

Animals will be looked over when checked in. Animals presented for sale must be: clean, properly ventilated, contained and not overcrowded. Any animal showing signs of illness will not be allowed to remain on site.


Indoor or outdoor space:___________________________

Name:__________________________________________

Address: ________________________________________

Telephone:_______________________________________

Product and/or type of animal: _______________________________


Carol A Baxter

May 9

Morley annual community wide garage sales will be held Saturday May 9th rain or shine with some sales on Friday May 8th.

Joan aldrich

May 16

Come Drive a Draft Horse! St. Lawrence Valley Draft Horse Club will be holding a FREE draft horse and driving clinic at Honey Dew Acres May 16 10am-2pm 169 Post Rd. Canton. Door Prizes. Clinic will include Demonstrations, Speakers,
Basic Draft Horse Education, and information on Harnessing, Driving, etc. Tack Swap & Sale same day. Contact Peggy at 379-1035 or pmacadam@twcny.rr.com or visit www.honeydewacres.org for more information.



Peggy McAdam

May 16

Tack Swap & Sale May 16 10 am-2pm at Honey Dew Acres 169 Post Rd. Canton Sell your outgrown and gently used items. Buy something new or used for show season. Call Peggy at 379-1035 to reserve a FREE spot or email pmacadam@twcny.rr.com. Free Draft Horse and Driving clinic same day, same time. Door prizes. Visit www.honeydewacres.org for more information.

Peggy McAdam

May 16

The Thousand Islands Arts hosts its 23rd annual Spring Art Fair on the Victoria Day weekend. The show will run from Saturday May 16th through Monday May 18th from 10 am to 5 pm. Local artists will present their work in the beautiful village of Rockport in the heart of the Thousand Islands. Everyone welcome. It wouldn’t be Spring without us! For more information go to www.tiarts.ca.

Catherine Richmond

May 23

Buick and Gananoque Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac are pleased to announce the BUICK DRIVE FOR YOUR STUDENTS to provide additional support for student programs within our community. Be sure to support this event & TAKE A TEST DRIVE on Saturday, May 23, 2015 from 10-3pm at either the Gan Recreation Centre or the Lansdowne Community Building. OUR GOAL is 500 TEST DRIVES. if we hit our goal, 4 selected schools will receive $2500 each! BBQ, entertainment & more!

Lori Higgs

May 23

Buick and Gananoque Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac are pleased to announce the BUICK DRIVE FOR YOUR STUDENTS to provide additional support for student programs within our community. Be sure to support this event & TAKE A TEST DRIVE on Saturday, May 23, 2015 from 10-3pm at either the Gan Recreation Centre or the Lansdowne Community Building. OUR GOAL is 500 TEST DRIVES. if we hit our goal, 4 selected schools will receive $2500 each! BBQ, entertainment & more!

Lori Higgs

Brockville MS Walk

Registration now open, 18th Annual Brockville MS Walk. mswalks.ca Local info 800-233-0811, info.leeds@mssociety.ca

Norwood Adult Education Center will host EKG techn

The Norwood Adult Education Center will host an EKG technician certification exam preparation course. It will run from March 9 to May 27 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5 to 8 p.m. The class requires a high school diploma or equivalency. Exercises will include live EKGs. Signed consent forms will be required. Cost is $984, $89.81 for the textbook, plus an exam fee. Register, more info: www.sllboces.org under “adult education” or 1-888-360-7693.

Summer Jobs Service - EEC Info Session

Looking for a summer job? Thinking about it? In school and returning to school in fall? 15-30? EEC is offering this service to both students and employers in the Brockville and South Leeds areas in 2015! EECentre 105 Strowger Blvd 9:15-10:15am


Overeaters Anonymous

Overeaters Anonymous offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of OA. Worldwide meetings and other tools provide a fellowship of experience, strength and hope where members respect one another’s anonymity. OA charges no dues or fees; it is self-supporting through member contributions.

OA is not just about weight loss, gain or maintenance; or obesity or diets. It addresses physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. It is not a religious organization and does not promote any particular diet. If you want to stop your compulsive overeating, welcome to Overeaters Anonymous.

Overeaters Anonymous meets every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 pm and Saturday at 10 am at Wall Street United Church.



Susan P.
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