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Saturday, May 27th 2017

Petawawa Heritage Village Annual Breakfast & Trunk Sale
176 Civic Centre Rd, Petawawa
Petawawa Heritage Village Annual Breakfast & Trunk Sale
Pancake Breakfast: Saturday, May 27th, 2017 9am-noon
Experience Petawawa's hidden treasure. Share in a meal and then explore the Village.
We will be selling Maple Syrup $25 for 40oz
All funds raised go to the Pioneer Church Restoration Project
Archeology and Immigration in the Madawaska Valley
The Railway Station Gallery, 19503 Opeongo Line (Hwy 60), Barry's Bay
Exhibition Opening. Opens Friday, May 5th, 7-9pm. Continues through to June 11th.
Plant, Bake and Yard Sale
Burnstown United Church, 1673 Burnstown Road, Burnstown
Plant, Bake and Yard SalePlant, Bake and Yard Sale at Burnstown United Church, Friday May 26 from 4 to 7 p.m. and Saturday May 27 from 8 a.m. to noon.

Sunday, May 28th 2017

Canada Day Celebration Free Golf Sunday May 28th At The Homestead at Wolf Ridge
214 stone church road, rr#2, Killaloe
 Canada Day Celebration Free Golf Sunday May 28th At The Homestead at Wolf Ridge Free Golf At The Homestead at Wolf Ridge Golf Club in Killaloe on Sunday May 28th. Bring family and friends. Call 613 757 1818 for a t-time.

Kids Golf Free Every Sunday After 3
214 stone church road, 214 stone church road, Killaloe
Kids Golf Free Every Sunday After 3The Homestead at Wolf Ridge is into bringing a kid to the course year round.
Kids can play golf after 3 pm each week with a paying adult.
So ask a kid a neighbour or a grand child if they want to see what a golf course looks like in person at no charge .
Archeology and Immigration in the Madawaska Valley
The Railway Station Gallery, 19503 Opeongo Line (Hwy 60), Barry's Bay
Exhibition Opening. Opens Friday, May 5th, 7-9pm. Continues through to June 11th.

Monday, May 29th 2017

Archeology and Immigration in the Madawaska Valley
The Railway Station Gallery, 19503 Opeongo Line (Hwy 60), Barry's Bay
Exhibition Opening. Opens Friday, May 5th, 7-9pm. Continues through to June 11th.

Tuesday, May 30th 2017

School Day Trips- - Petawawa heritage Village
176 Civic Center Rd, Petawawa
School Day Trips- - Petawawa heritage VillageBring your class to the Petawawa heritage Village for our Pioneer program
Archeology and Immigration in the Madawaska Valley
The Railway Station Gallery, 19503 Opeongo Line (Hwy 60), Barry's Bay
Exhibition Opening. Opens Friday, May 5th, 7-9pm. Continues through to June 11th.

Wednesday, May 31st 2017

School Day Trips- - Petawawa heritage Village
176 Civic Center Rd, Petawawa
School Day Trips- - Petawawa heritage VillageBring your class to the Petawawa heritage Village for our Pioneer program
Ladies Night at The Homestead at Wolf Ridge
214 stone church road, 214 stone church road, Killaloe
Ladies Night at The Homestead at Wolf Ridge A fun night of golf, dinning and building friendships at The Homestead at Wolf Ridge.
Every Wednesday evening we have a four lady scramble, dinner and prizes.
All are welcome fees for golf , dinner and prizes is $40 tax included.
Give a Ladies Night a try. It is a sponsored event with plenty of golf and draw prizes.
Celebrate Our Rivers in Canada's 150th!
Bonnechere River Water Project, P.O. Box 234, Renfrew
Celebrate Our Rivers in Canada's 150thPaddle with BRWP and Celebrate Our Rivers and Canada's 150th! Over the last five years, the Bonnechere River Watershed Project (BRWP) and the Ottawa River Institute (ORI) have partnered with businesses, other organizations and municipalities to provide about 1000 paddler trips on local waterways to residents and visitors through the Celebrate Our Rivers paddle series. There will be even more opportunity to paddle in 2017, Canada’s 150th, with a few of the now 16 paddle events again featuring local food and music.
Archeology and Immigration in the Madawaska Valley
The Railway Station Gallery, 19503 Opeongo Line (Hwy 60), Barry's Bay
Exhibition Opening. Opens Friday, May 5th, 7-9pm. Continues through to June 11th.