PHOTO COURTESY PEXELS A Pasta Supper and Silent Auction at St. George’s Church, 23 Perrault Street will take place October 20 at 6 p.m. Food, friends, conversation and fun and the chance to bid on a variety of beautiful prizes that will be available. Baskets, tickets, gift certificates and many more. Guaranteed to be a fun and unforgettable evening. All are welcome. Adults - $10, children under 10 - $5. For further information and to reserve your tickets please call (5
PHOTO COURTESY HUDSON HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Sinking of the S.S. Maude – The Hudson Historical Society is pleased to announce the October public meeting will feature a presentation about the 1906 sinking of the S.S. Maude in Lake of Two Mountains. Robert Turenne, President of the Oka Historical Society, who has completed much research and has dove on the Maude, will talk to us about the events leading up to the accident and its aftermath. He will have photos and some video a
PHOTO COURTESY PEXELS Wyman Memorial United Church of Canada, located at 513 Main Road, is having a huge (thousands) English used book sale with some French books available on October 26 from 6 to 9 p.m. and October 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. We have a large selection of fiction, non-fiction, reference, children’s, special books, and magazines available at lowest prices; books 2 for $1. There is also a large selection of military books (Air Force, Navy, and Infantry). This is
PHOTO BY LORI MCALEER MITCHELL A Horse Tale Rescue fundraiser is taking place Saturday, October 13 from 7 to 10 p.m. at Château-du-Lac, 460 Main Road. Appetizers and live music by Gary White. Silent Auction – all proceeds go to the rescue organization whose mission is to rescue, re-home and provide a loving and caring forever-home for horses. Tickets are $30. For more info, contact email@example.com or (450) 458-4801.
PHOTO BY JAMES ARMSTRONG The CAQ win by candidate Marilyne Picard, pictured with husband Dominick Mercier, marks a new era in Soulanges - a region that was under Liberal governance for the past 15 years. Emotions of excitement and elation ran high on Monday evening at Marilyne Picard’s Coalition Avenir Quebec campaign headquarters as the polling station reports rolled in and it became evident she had won the riding. “I was ready for one or the other,” said Picard of the tight