Kittens, kittens, kittens: from the Upper Credit Humane Society will be at Wal-Mart, Georgetown, 5-9 p.m and Thursday, Oct. 12, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They are ready for adoption, had vaccinations, and have been spayed/neutered....all fluffed up ready for that purrfect home! Shelter: 519-833-2287.
Awana Kids: is offered to children in JK to Grade 6 and is hosted by Maple Avenue Baptist Church. All are invited to come out for fun and learning. This week's event will be a Craft night. The meeting runs from 6:25-8 p.m. Info: Ed, 905-838-4644 or Heather Stiff, 905-873-9549.
A.I. meets: All are welcome to join the meeting of the Halton Hills Amnesty International group, 7:30 p.m. at St. John's United Church. Feel free to browse the local Amnesty website at www.haltonhills.com/amnesty and catch up on current Amnesty events or phone 905-877-033.
Family Storytime: Halton Hills Public Library invites you to Family Storytime. This is a fun drop-in program for adults and young children to enjoy together. The program is 30 minutes long, with stories, music and lots of fun. No registration required-- just drop in at the Georgetown library branch at 9:45 a.m. and at the Acton Community Centre at 2 p.m.
Esquesing Historical Society: Join the Society for a 7 p.m. presentation of the history of the Georgetown Little Theatre on its 40th anniversary at the studio by longtime members Cathy and Gord Hunt. Everyone is welcome, free of charge. This meeting will be held at the Georgetown Little Theatre Studio, 33 Stewarttown Rd.
Euchre and games night: at Huttonville Church, 7:30 p.m. A fun night of games, prize and refreshments. Admission $4.
Acton/George-town La Leche League: meets 7:30 p.m. at the Ontario Early Years Centre, 96 Guelph St., Georgetown. Trained leaders offer support, information and encouragement to mothers who want to breastfeed their babies. Info: Samantha, 905-702-0768.
Hands On @ WPEC/Art Jam: 6-8 p.m. Meet people, have fun learning and enjoy the outdoors while helping to make it better at Willow Park Ecology Centre in Norval. Also Art Jam for people of all ages. Meet at the Interpretive Centre to create and share work with other artists.
Thursday, Oct. 12
Limehouse euchre: Limehouse Women's Institute hosts euchre, 7:30 p.m. at the Limehouse Memorial Hall. Admission $3, lunch provided.
Halton Hands in Motion: Knitting and Crocheting Guild meets 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Georgetown Seniors Centre, 318 Guelph St. (rear entrance). Join knitters and crocheters of all skill levels for learning and sharing. Info: Diane, 905-877-1521.
Emotions Anonymous: Is your life becoming unmanageable? Emotions Anonymous can help! No cost, no commitment and no appointment necessary. The group meets Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. sharp at 271 Mountainview Rd. S. in Georgetown. Info: Angela or David, 905-873-2852.
Healthiest Babies Possible: Is there a baby in your future? Halton Region Health Department Healthiest Babies Possible prenatal program is accepting registration for its six-week program, 7-9 p.m. at Ontario Early Years Centre-- Georgetown, 96 Guelph St. To register: 1-866-442-5866.
Phoenix Warriors: A peer support group for persons who are living with depression, bipolar disorder or other mood disorders will be held 7 p.m. in the Canadian Mental Health Association offices, 42 Mill St. East., Acton. This group, with the aid of others struggling with similar issues, will assist in empowering you to take an active role in your recovery. There is no fee for this group and no need to register. Info: Betty Ann McPherson, 519-853-9793.
Friday, Oct. 13
Texas Hold'Em: Optimist Club of Georgetown hosts Texas Hold'Em fundraiser. Registration is at 6:30 p.m., game starts at 7 p.m. sharp at the Optimist Hall on Hwy 7 just past 22 Sideroad. Tickets $60 with a light buffet. For tickets call John, 905-877-2931 or David, 905-702-0120.
Family Storytime: at the Gellert Community Centre, 10 a.m. Info: 905-873-2681 ext. 2520 or 519-853-0301 or visit www.library.hhpl.on.ca.
PWP: A single parents support group is hosting a singles dance, 8:30 p.m. at Lion's Banquet Hall (45 Avondale Blvd Brampton). Info: 905-794-5772 or visit www.pwpbrampton.com
Saturday, Oct. 14
Craft and Bake Sale: at Hillcrest United Church Trafalgar Rd., 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tea Room. For info or rent a table call Edith 905-873-607.
Family Storytime: Halton Hills Public Library invites you to Family Storytime, a fun drop-in program for adults and young children to enjoy together. The program is 30 minutes long, with stories, music and lots of fun! No registration required, just drop in at the Georgetown branch library 11 a.m.
Capture the Hills Photo Contest: One roll of film, two days, and all of Halton Hills to shoot in! This annual competition is limited to 100 non-professional photographers: 65 adults and 35 children. Entry fees: adults, $25; 13 yrs. and under, $12. Film pickup is at the Dominion Gardens gazebo (corner of Guelph St. & Maple Ave.) from 6:30 to noon on Saturday. Contestants may also register at that time if there are spaces left. To pre-register, pick up an entry form at Halton Hills Civic Centre, either of the Halton Hills libraries, Georgetown Photo, Halton Camera Exchange, or go to the Halton Hills Camera Club website: http://hhcc.ca.
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