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A day of free yoga, January 25

We would like to invite you to our space, Surya Daya, located at 14 Mill Street in the Heritage Court, for a day of...

‘Evening Coffee House’ at St. Paul’s, January 31

Evening Coffee House with live music and singing WHEN: Friday January 31, 2020 from 7 pm to 9 pm WHERE: St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 62 Clyde Street,...

January supper social at Legion, January 28

CAREBRIDGE COMMUNITY SUPPORT – JANUARY SUPPER SOCIAL Almonte Legion, Bridge Street Tuesday, January 28 6 pm $12.00 per person Our January menu is Swedish Meatballs...

Roast beef dinner at Guthrie United in Clayton, January 26

Guthrie United Church's Annual Roast Beef Dinner Sunday, January 26th, 2020. 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Clayton Community Hall Tickets at door. All welcome!

An hour of peace at St. Paul’s, Wednesday

Breakfast at the Legion this Saturday, only $8

Saturday, January 18, 8 am to 11 am Almonte Legion, 100 Bridge Street Eggs to order, hash browns, bacon, sausage, toast, tea or coffee Only $8

Sing in 2020! Spaces left for next Rhythm & Song session

Sing in 2020! Rhythm & Song’s Winter/Spring Session - a few spaces left If ‘more fun’, ‘more singing” and ‘new friends’ are on your list...

“Celebrate Soil” talk at St. Andrew’s in Pakenham, January 29

Wednesday, January 29, 2020, at 7:30 p.m. St. Andrew's United Church in Pakenham, Ontario Presenters: Paul and Jean Sullivan of Sullivan Agro In the true sense of...

Robbie Burns Scottish Tea at Legion, January 26

Join the North Lanark Historical Society at the Royal Canadian Legion in Almonte on Sunday, January 26th for our annual Robbie Burns Scottish Tea!...

Taoist Tai Chi open house, January 14

An Opportunity to try the Taoist Tai Chi® arts in Almonte January 14, 2020, 7 to 8:30 PM Have you always wanted to try the Taoist...


A day of free yoga, January 25

Diana’s Quiz – January 18, 2020

Pigeons slowing down Old Post Office clock

John Smith — obituary

Have your say on MM draft budget, Tuesday

February fundraisers for Senior Games

Gerry Blackwell — obituary