General Manager Andrew Korol presents a cheque for $600 from Hudson’s Auberge Willow Inn to Carol Laws of the LePont Bridging foodbank. The funds were collected by the Willow staff en route during the annual Santa Claus Parade and the Holiday Fair held December 1. Foodbank supplies are low again after the holidays and all donations are gratefully received.
The Happening 2020 Gala to benefit the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Palliative Care Residence is taking place Saturday, January 25 at 5:30 p.m. featuring dinner and a show with Gregory Charles at the beautiful Pavillion sur le Lac du Château Vaudreuil. Reserve and pay online at www.vspcr.org or by phone at 450-202-2202, Ext. 132 or 450-424-1085. Tickets $250 with a $125 tax receipt.
The Millionaire Masquerade Gala fundraising event is being held for the Vankleek Hill Army Cadet Corps with 100 per cent of the proceeds going directly to their programs. Event takes place Saturday, February 15 at Beau's Brewery (10 Terry Fox Drive, Vankleek Hill, Ontario K0B 1R0). Doors open at 8 p.m. and close at 2 a.m.There will be games of chance with ‘play money’ and prizes to be won. Cash bar, live band, and hors d'oeuvres and canapes will be served. Masks are required - dress to the nines! Tickets are $45 and include a free drink and money bundle for chance games. Tickets are on sale at Pawsitively Perfect Pets, 16 Main Street East, Vankleek Hill or at the Farmers’ market (VCI cafeteria) on Saturdays between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.) For more info call (514) 688-4033.
Lincoln, an 11-month-old Labradoodle, is turbo-charged and ready for action. He is eager to please but needs guidance and direction with the basics, like walking on leash and greeting people with four paws on the ground. Obedience classes with positive reinforcement would go a long way in helping with this. Lincoln will require lots of exercise and a fenced yard. He was given up because he barked too much, so no apartments or condos. If you're an experienced guardian who understands high-energy breeds and are looking for a loyal companion, fill out the form and ask for Lincoln. For more information on Lincoln or any of the other dogs available for adoption, go to www.animatch.ca.
The Hudson Village Theatre presents A Tribute to Earth, Wind & Fire featuring the innovative sound that spanned the musical genres of R&B, soul, funk, jazz, disco, pop, rock, dance, Latin, and Afro pop and crafted such memorable tunes as Boogie Wonderland, In The Stone, You And I, September, Shining Star, Fantasy and After The Love Has Gone. Don’t miss this night of sensational music Friday, January 31 at 8 p.m. More info at (450) 458-5361 or www.villagetheatre.ca.
This is the story of Max and Gus. Two big 10-year-old-boys, snuggle bugs, friendly, quiet, clean and very handsome. They come get some TLC when they hear their foster mom arrive and they never seem to get enough. They love attention, love to be brushed, are a pleasure to have around and get along with other cats. They have lived together all of their lives and need to be adopted together. They are vaccinated, sterilized and in perfect health. Their previous owners relocated and guess what happened.... the boys got left behind! They need your help in finding themselves a new home and a new beginning.
For more information on Max and Gus, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Monday, January 20, the Hudson Film Society presents the social thriller ‘Parasite,’ a biting satire about the disparity between economic classes in Korean society – and, by extension, other countries around the world. Already awarded the Palme d'Or for best picture at the Cannes Festival 2019, the film has also garnered a Golden Globe as well as multiple nominations for this year's upcoming Academy Awards. Showings are at the Hudson Village Theater, 28 Wharf Road in Hudson at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Admission is $12 for non-members.
The Hudson & Region Studio Tour Association is welcoming regional artists and artisans to apply for the 2020 studio tour which will be held the last two weekends of September, 2020. Deadline for entry is February 1. Online applications are available through our website at hudsonstudiotour.com, or to have an application emailed to you please contact Jen Baumeister at (450) 458-4849 or send inquiries to email@example.com.
Members of the Board of Directors: Johane Quane, Arlyne Quane, Nancy D’Aoust, Gina Chouinard, Élyse Viau, France Lavoie, Nathalie Courchesne, Viviane Quane, and Nancy Quane.
The 13th edition of Un Noël Pour Tous Foundation benefit dinner was held November 27 at the restaurant-bar Le Sunny’s. The evening, hosted by actor Jean Petitclerc, raised $60,200.
The mission of Un Noël Pour Tous Foundation is to offer Christmas stockings to children from underprivileged families in the Vaudreuil-Soulanges region, whose ages range from birth to 17 years. Since 2007, more than 4,600 Christmas stockings have been distributed.
“We experienced so many emotions during our supper on November 27,” said Viviane Quane, Chair of the Board of Directors. “Raising such an amount of money is incredible and allows us to bring the magic of Christmas to more children. We are deeply touched by people’s generosity. We have incredible partners who, year after year, are there...
This sculpture, which also serves as a menorah, stands outside Hudson’s Stephen F. Shaar Community Centre was crafted by Marcel Braitstein and the public is invited to attend the lighting of the first Chanukah candle December 22 from 5 to 6 p.m.
Included in the Town of Hudson Festival of Light is a sculpture-candle by local artist Marcel Braitstein. Translated from Hebrew the word ‘Shammash’ means a servant-flame. The sole purpose of the flame is instigating other flames. Symbolically, Braitstein’s sculpture titled Shammash2019 represents the servant-candle whose only job this holiday season is to ignite the eight lights of the menorah, which means candelabra in English.
A shammash candle is no stranger to the citizens of Hudson. It came to Hudson in 2011 as one part of a Chanukah menorah. Its arrival in Hudson was as the centrepiece of the first municipal public Chanukah menorah to be lit in the Vaudreuil-...
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