September 23, 2011

Indian Melodies and Rhythms plays tonight at St. Andrews United Church.  Applefest at Markham Museum offers fresh apple cider samples to visitors. Stop in for a church supper at Cornerstone Church International Food Festival, five tastings per ticket and all profits from the International Food Festival will go to famine relief in Africa.

Indian Melodies and Rhythms
Fri Sep 23 / 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Led by internationally acclaimed Violinist Vittal Ramamurthy.  Win fabulous door prizes. St. Andrews United Church 32 Main Street North Markham Ontario L3P 1X5 Tickets $15.00 in advanced Tickets at the door $20.00 For more information 416-9...

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Applefest at Markham Museum
Sat Sep 24 / 10:00am - Sun Sep 25 / 4:00pm

The Museum operates its own apple cider mill and offers fresh samples to visitors. Take a stroll through the heritage apple orchard and participate in a variety of hands-on activities for kids of all ages. A steam tractor will be fired up along...

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Cornerstone International Food Festival
Sat Sep 24 / 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Place:  Rouge River Community Centre 120 Rouge Bank Dr., Markham Cost Child (5 – 12 years old) $6 Family of 4 (2 adults, 2 children) $30 Adults/Youth $12 Five tastings per ticket The profits from the International Food Festival will go t...

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Markham Stouffville Hospital "Raffle of Hope"
Wed Aug 24 - Sun Oct 30

Markham Stouffville Hospital “Raffle of Hope” - Great prizes for a great causeMarkham, ON (August 23, 2011) – Tickets are now available for the Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation “Raffle of Hope”.  This raffle...

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Signing of the Construction Beam at the Markham Stouffville Hospital Expansion Celebration

MOL--(Picture)  “Make your Mark” in history signing of the construction beam that will be used to help build your hospital.  A celebration of the construction, campaign progress and milestones that have been achieved to date, ov...

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Markham Fair 2011
Thu Sep 29 / 9:00am - Fri Sep 30 / 10:00pm

Markham Fair is Canada's largest 4-day fall fair with many entertaining and educational events for all ages. Admission: Adult/Youth $15; Children 12 & under: $2; Seniors $10; Preschool Children 4 & under, Free! Wonderful Wandering Entertain...

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…more than roads, sewers, stores and schools

United Way launches five part series in region’s places of growth For Immediate Release:  Wednesday, September 21, 2011 – Last night, 30 people gathered at New Hope United Church, a storefront site inside Vaughan Mills to kick-o...

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One Night with You Elvis & Marilyn
Fri Sep 30 / 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Fundraising event in memory of Gabe Magnotta supporting the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation A live show featuring two world-class Tribute Artists accompanied by their show band "Rudy and the Angels"  Additional information visit www.kevinmills...

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Banyan Gala 2011
Sun Nov 13 / 6:00pm - 10:00pm

Under The Banyan Tree Centre Mission: To ensure that individuals with development disablities live an independent and enriched life in the community; we strive to promote and enhance their personal well-being through a range of itegrative serci...

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United Way Announces 2011 Campaign Hits 10% To Date

Momentum driven by longtime corporate partner Acklands-Grainger Inc. In the crowded cafeteria of Acklands-Grainger’s national support centre in Richmond Hill, hundreds of team members gathered for a pancake breakfast to help United Way Yor...

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Culture Days: Modern Latin Soundscapes -
Fri Sep 30 / 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Unionville is getting into the spirit of celebrating the arts for the national Culture Days on Friday, September 30th.  The Millennium Bandstand will feature Modern Latin Soundscapes.  The show begins at 7 pm with DJ Wayuu, Jaime "Magnet" B...

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Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation has reached the 70% mark (35 million) for its fundraising goal of the $50 million Expansion Campaign, co-chaired by Mayor Frank Scarpitti and Mr. Peter Mason. To Make a Donation  dial 905-472-7373 ext. 6341

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