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And, as always, for the most up-to-date information in the coming days keep an eye on our community Facebook page. Community Skating Rink The dedicated volunteers who look after the community outdoor ice rink are getting organized for this upcoming winter, under the leadership of Joe Racco.
This will begin with a work party on Saturday, October 22 starting at 10 a. Renting the Anten Mills Community Hall There have been a number of inquiries lately on how to go about renting the Anten Mills Community Hall, so I thought it worthwhile going over the details here. The Anten Mills community hall is bright and cheery with plenty of windows and lots of natural light.
It holds up to 60 people, comes with a large full kitchen with running water, fridge and stove, is fully accessible with two washrooms, and has plenty of parking. Plus, the use of the Edwards pavilion with electricity is included in each reservation. Last, there are plenty of tables and chairs in the hall, as well as picnic tables in the pavilion, which may be used at no extra charge. Reserving the hall is done through the township.
You may check online for availability and to book the hall. To do this, go to the township website at springwater. The rest is self-explanatory. Alternatively, simply call the township offices at ext.
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Are Deceased Loved Ones Communicating With You?
The weather cooperated and trucks travelled the streets of Elmvale, Hillsdale and Phelpston. The support of the communities was wonderful and with the help of the firefighters the food was carried up the stairs at the Community Hall for sorting.
Once again the support of the communities was fantastic and with the help of the Elmvale Midget Rep Team food was carried upstairs.
Last year the food bank distributed 64 hampers to local individuals and families. Each hamper is filled with enough food for at least a week together with extra items that are provided at the Christmas season. Registration for Christmas Hampers will begin in November so if you or anyone you know is in need of help at Christmas, please contact the Food Bank. We try to post items most needed at this time of the year and highlight upcoming events in support of the Food Bank.
Come join us as we celebrate our time of hearing God's word. Welcome back former members.
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Pot luck lunch to follow. Turkey dinner with all the trimmings is being held at Grenfel United Church on Saturday October 28 from 5 7p.
Turkey with all the trimmings and homemade pies. Harris farms have had a great year of supplying us with our fruit, vegetables and baked goods along with preserves.
The pumpkins for Halloween are in plenty so bring the kids to pick their own. Congratulations for all your hard work. Bid euchre is on Friday afternoons at 1 p. Winners from October 13th were: Once again, the turkey supper was a huge success. A big thank you to all those who helped in any way and provided food and pies. Even our younger generation came out to help.
Thanks again one and all. Mark your calendars for Saturday October 21st for St. There will be a quilt draw, craft tables, baked goods white elephant table and jewelry. Come out for a good feed and support the Legion. You will often have the dream just before you wake up so that you remember it. Yes, it is possible. I just know they can and do. Communication Through Signs from Nature The world of Spirit is entwined with and superimposed onto the physical world and the natural world.
You just have to be looking for Spirit in order to see it. A while ago my mother told me about a local man here in New Zealand who died in a diving accident. He hit his head and drowned while diving in some coastal caves. When they recovered his body, three whales were sighted nearby, on the coast, hanging around the area where the body had been recovered.
Whales are the Maori symbol of divine protection. In this area of New Zealand, whales rarely show up on the coast — you have to go many miles out to sea to see them. So that was interesting in itself. Then a few weeks later they were having a memorial service for this man in the place where he died, three whales showed up again.
But I do believe that it is easier to communicate with Spirit Guides than it is to communicate with deceased spirits. But deceased spirits are not attached to you as such. There are many reasons why the communication might not be successful.
Remember that the ether is far removed from the physical plane. The ferry there Evening Sea 36"x36" was free and schoolboys could go back and forth as often as they wanted. Looking at the old boats and watching the engineers working, those were my first real attempts at drawing. He was awarded the Abbey Travel Scholarship to visit Rome. A member of the New English Art Club sincehe became an Associate Member of the Royal Academy in and was elected the youngest ever full member in Capturing light effects on seas, skies, harbours, marshland, ships, beaches and distant figures, he paints the evanescent, the remarkable, just as it disappears.
It gives you an incredible feeling that something is about to happen. Fred is surrounded by paintings at different stages of development. Ideas from one painting can pollinate another. Sometimes he starts three paintings of the same subject and takes them all in different directions. Some he will shelve and come back to, possibly years later. Some he will wipe off and start again. Eventually he finds something he really likes.
Mastery of technique is essential - but only as a vocabulary. I struggle to keep an open mind. Please contact the gallery for more information. I grew up in a small village in rural North Wiltshire, in a large house with a big garden.
My father was a chartered engineer and my mother an infant teacher. My mother was also a very good artist, from a London family of artists and picture restorers.
We spent many evenings painting and drawing still lifes, and I learned much about technique and composition from working with her. I always assumed that I would eventually go to art college. Equally I have no regrets about working as an archaeologist for about 10 years. It was a privilege to work with some wonderful and very clever people, and I have never lost my fascination or love of the ancient past.
I got a place on the foundation course at Cambridge Art College when I was 35, after having spent a couple of terms attending an evening class to learn lithography.
The painting tutor on the course, Olive Mayo, introduced me to really learning about colour, though it would be some years before her lessons would begin to make sense. My marriage broke up and I moved away from Cambridge without completing my course. However, it was the start of a new life in so many ways for me.
New beginnings and new ideas saw me experimenting obsessively in my free time with different mediums, techniques and colour, colour, colour. I read extensively and looked intensely at the work of other artists I admired: Matisse, Kandinsky, Picasso, and the Bloomsbury artists. My move to Bridport, already recognised as an artistic hub, inwas fundamental in pursuing my life as an artist. My partner, David Brooke, joined me inwith many other artists following suit over the years.
We worked together as an artistic community until the recent fire. Now we are all displaced and working independently, taking small optimistic steps towards the future. Just before the fire, at the beginning of July, I had been saying how much I wanted to make some changes to what I was doing in my work. How careful you should be about what you wish for! So, despite a natural inclination towards optimism, the last few months have seriously challenged my ability to see clearly forward.
I have been using a sketchbook as a form of art therapy, something which I have never done before, exploring ideas about my work and my reasons for doing it, and trying to work through feelings and process recent events. My work has always been about what inspires me, translated into colour, shapes, lines and patterns primarily in pastel and watercolour. Enjoy lunch at our kitchen, visit one of our seasonal events or browse our home, garden and gift shops and more at Manor Yard Despite being completely blind, Mrs.
Although a simple object, whittled from wood, it has so many stories to tell. These needles are incredibly tactile things - many of the wooden ones have smooth shiny edges that speak of their constant and repetitive use.
The shuttle-shaped wooden or plastic needles were, and still are, used to make net.