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The 2016 Town of Gravenhurst Spring & Summer Activity Guide Released
The 2016 Town of Gravenhurst Spring & Summer Activity Guide Is Here! Featuring a Stellar Lineup of Programs, Activities & Events
Gravenhurst, ON – The Town of Gravenhurst Recreation, Arts & Culture Department is pleased to introduce the 2016 Spring & Summer Activity Guidefeaturing an action-packed lineup of family fun for all ages. With over 50 pages of programs, there is bound to be something for everyone.
“Through our exciting lineup of recreation, arts and cultural offerings, we truly believe there is something for everyone,” said Marta Proctor, director of recreation, arts & culture. “Whether you’re looking to stay active, learn a new activity, make new friends or participate in one of our workshops, there are plenty of options to choose from.”
Those interested in Tee-ball and Baseball will be excited to learn that the Town of Gravenhurst has partnered with the Muskoka Hornets in an effort to grow the league, provide more structure and improve the experience for youth. Participants will get to learn to play like the Blue Jays and their other Major League Baseball favourites as hardball is introduced for the very first time!
In response to the overwhelming support and demand, the Pickleball program is also being expanded. This unique, fun and easy-to-learn sport has been a huge hit and now is your chance to experience it with the new ‘Pickleball 101: Group Lessons for Beginners’ program. For those looking to dive right in, there will be both a Spring session (April – June) and a Summer session (June – September).
Summer 2016 also means the launch of the Gravenhurst Opera House’s exciting season of Summer Theatre and the return of other classics like Cinema Under The Stars and Music On The Barge.
“Our staff remains committed to offering affordable, relevant and engaging opportunities for all ages to experience everything that Gravenhurst has to offer,” says Proctor.
The Spring & Summer Activity Guide will be distributed directly through Canada Post to all Gravenhurst households. For additional copies, you can find them at the Gravenhurst Centennial Centre, Gravenhurst Public Library, Town Hall, the Library, Chamber of Commerce and various locations throughout Gravenhurst.
For more information, please visit www.Gravenhurst.ca/activities where you’ll find a digital copy of the Activity Guide and can register for programs.
Four nights. Four provinces. Four
capitals. Four hotels. Four thousand kilometres. This is was our
short trip from Toronto to Halifax. We have visited next provinces:
Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia.
This is a map of our trip.
First stop was Quebec city. The capital
of Quebec province and the very first Canada's city.
Lovely and beautiful city. One of the
best in the country.
The best place to eat some french
Hotel Acadia is giving you a feeling
of old French hotel. It has valet parking for an extra 20 dollars,
breakfast was included.
When we came to Canada six years ago we
didn't know many people here. In fact we knew only one family who
lived here already and whom were kind enough to meet us at the
airport after landing along with our friend from New York who came to
Toronto to meet us and our realtor who was helping us to find a
place to live. The family we knew introduced us to another family and
we became a good friends but that was it. That was the only network
we had in Toronto at that time.
We can describe ourself as very friendly
people so with no plan and I would say subconsciously we've started to build our network here. After a year or so we already knew quite a
few people by then we were starting slowly realize how important the
connections and the network are, here in Canada. No matter what your
business or occupation is it would help you to succeed.
So here are the 6 steps how to grow your
1. Be friendly with people. Don't be
shy to do small talks with people everywhere. W…
Top 10 mistakes after immigration to Canada
1. Try to find your first home in good neighbourhood or community. First impression from the new country is very important and don't spoil your excitement after landing in Canada. In our opinion It is better to avoid ethnic minority communities.
2. Don't agree to be a part of the fraud schemes. Especially with insurance, mortgage, banks, taxes All information you need you can find on government websites and government organizations websites. You can always call to the Service Canada, Service Ontario (or other province) or special organizations that help immigrants such Welcome Centre or YMCA.
3. Don't adjust country to experience that you have from your home country. Some of the countries such USA or Australia might have a lot of common with Canada, but many countries are totally different so be ready to
4. Don't bribe. Never.
5. Avoid conflicts and don't talk about people bad.
6. Always shop around. Don't buy thing…