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May 18Tay/Rideau Canal and Locks open call (613) 283-5170 or 1-800-230-0016
JUNE
June21 - Aug 27 Perth through the Ages: Wed. to Sun. at 11 am. Meet at Matheson House Museum, 11 Gore Street East

ALL NEW SHOW IN 2017: Breathe in the stories behind Perth's award-winning heritage buildings with the "Perth through the Ages" historic theatrical walking play. This year's hour-long, family-friendly show observes the 150th anniversary of Ontario and Canada with a play focused on the daily lives, concerns, and conflicts of Perth and area residents at the time of Confederation.
June 23 to July 16Same Time, Next Year: You will savour the sights, sounds, and sensations of the post-war "good years," 1951-1975, in this story about two people, each married to someone else, who meet for an annual weekend getaway. The most successful Canadian comedy ever staged on Broadway, it is celebrated as "genuinely funny and genuinely romantic" (New York Post) and "the funniest comedy to come Broadway's way in years" (New York Times).

Tues. to Sun. matinees at 2 pm, Wed. & Sat. evenings at 8 pm. Pre-show talks precede ALL shows at 1:30 and 7:30 pm
June 29 -Aug 25Lonely Ghosts Walk: Thursdays and Friday at 7 pm

ALL NEW SHOW IN 2017: Meet at Matheson House Museum, 11 Gore Street East When the unsettled spirits of Perth comes out from underneath beneath creaky floorboards and behind slammed doors, they take you on an hour-long, family-friendly romp through the town's mysterious and haunted past. Music, comedy, and song are featured in this tale set at the time of Confederation
JULY
July 1Canada Day Celebrations in Centennial Park
July 21 to August 13 Candida: Do you remember the powerful pull of a first love that burns in your soul? Long before the British exported Beatlemania, there was "Candidamania", a phenomenon inspired by this delightfully warm and witty play in which Candida must choose between her clergyman husband and a passionate young poet. How will she decide? (By the author of last season's award-winning production of Arms and the Man).

Tues. to Sun. matinees at 2 pm, Wed. & Sat. evenings at 8 pm. Pre-show talks precede ALL shows at 1:30 and 7:30 pm
AUGUST
August 18 to September 10 I'll Be Back before Midnight: If you enjoy the edge-of-your-seat anticipation of an Alfred Hitchcock psychological thriller, you'll love this "gaslighting" tale of a young couple who rent an old, spooky country farmhouse. Is our heroine really seeing and hearing things, or are they the after-effects of her recent nervous breakdown? And just who is that mysterious farmer from down the road? You'll discover why this is the most widely-produced Canadian play (Globe and Mail), a hit in over 30 countries woldwide.

Tues. to Sun. matinees at 2 pm, Wed. & Sat. evenings at 8 pm. Pre-show talks precede ALL shows at 1:30 and 7:30 pm
SEPTEMBER
Sept.09-11Vintage Motorcycle Club: Delta, Ontario

2016 Swap Meet, Bike Show, Road Run

Map & Info at www.oldbastards.ca or contact lincoln@oldbastards.ca or ernie@oldbastards.ca

Campsites, Services and Cabins are available.
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO CHARITY

Sept. 22ndWalk for ALS!

All over Canada, people are taking to the streets, pathways, sidewalks and parks to raise money for ALS!

ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) is a progressively paralyzing condition with a prognosis of 2 to 5 years. By attacking the motor neurons in the body, ALS denies the ability to move, speak, smile and, finally, to breathe. It has no known cause, treatment, or cure.

Join us on Saturday, Sept. 22nd at the Royal Canadian Legion (Branch #95) as we walk to raise funds for vital research, and to provide equipment and support for people living with ALS and their families.

Registration is open! Contact Sandra Burson at burson@ripnet.com or 613-284-1459, or visit http://walkforals.ca/ontario for more information. Help make moments matter!
OCTOBER
October 13Closing of the Tay/Rideau Canal and Locks. Navigation closes for the boating season.
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DECEMBER
Dec 7th6-7:30pm Church youth groups as well as Cubs & Scouts will be doing a door to door food drive in support of The Salvation Army Christmas Hampers. Collector's will have identification. The food drive will take place from Jasper St and south. 1st Baptist Church will also be open for drop offs during the same time. At other times food can also be brought to The Salvation Army or deposited at local grocery stores in bins marked Christmas Hampers and the Salvation Army shield.
 
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