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From SFC Publicity Director for NRT - 2020 February 12
It’s been very cold this weekend but according to the posts on Facebook, the cross country ski and snowshoe trails are in top notch condition. Hope you are enjoying these trails groomed by wonderful volunteers, thank you. If walking is more your style, and to help you get out and about, we have received a second order of ‘ice cleats’. These provide good traction and fit most winter boots and are easily removed for driving and shopping. Ice Cleats will be available at the upcoming SFC activities, or leave a request in the SFC box at the Town Hall or email Also, don't forget that the walking the halls at Mackenzie School is open for all, free, warm and on Tuesdays and Thursdays evenings from 6 PM to 7:30 PM.
It was a bit snowy but we had a nice number of people out to our soup and sandwich lunch. Thank you to all the volunteers who brought soup, sandwiches and sweets. Everything was delicious and enjoyed on a cold winter’s day. Thank you to Bob Christie and John MacDonald for the wonderful music.
We are taking names of people who are interested in a trip to Ottawa to see Cirque du Soleil. If we get enough interest we will arrange a bus and take in the show one day between July 1st to 5th. If you are interested in this please let us know as soon as possible at
** Drumming Demonstration by Drums with Phyllis Heeney - February 20th at 1:30 CEC** Phyllis will be showing us some of the drums she makes and then explain the process of making them, with photos of this unique talent. Then we can sing and play. There will be drums available for everyone to join in and we will sing some old familiar songs accompanying them with the drums. Songs like "She'll be coming round the mountain, and "Oh when the saints", etc. No song sheets required! Come on out and join us for this wonderful demonstration and sing along. Please remember that we will be accepting donations for the food bank at this event.
**Movie Afternoon - February 28th at 1:30 at the NRLTCC The movie for February will be Florence Foster Jenkins, the story of the New York heiress who dreamed of becoming an opera singer, despite having a terrible singing voice. Starring Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant, this movies promises to be a delightful, hilarious watch. The movie for March will be Woman at War (Mar 27th).
**March 11th – Singing Travelogue with Jim Beattie 1:30 at CEC ** Come join us on a magical musical journey around Ireland just in time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. We will visit many places, holy sites associated with St. Patrick as well as other destinations and sing songs as we go along. It’s going to be a fantastic journey. Refreshments will be served.
**Billiards at Wayne's Tuesdays at 1:30** Billiards will be held at Wayne Workman’s, 10 Newton Street until the end of February. Everyone is welcome to join Wayne around his table for a great game of billiards but space is limited so give Wayne a call at 613-584-2385.
**Exercise with Wendy at the Library.** Cold winter days and snow on the ground can make walking outside difficult so join our Fitness classes with Wendy on Mondays and Thursdays at the library at 1:30. Cost is $8.00. Everyone is welcome.
**Snowshoeing Weekly on Wednesdays at 1:30 Balmer Bay Chalet** The weekend snow has made it perfect for snowshoeing. We will meet at the Balmer Bay Chalet on Wednesdays (weather permitting) at 1:30. We will snowshoe for about an hour. Beginners are welcome.
Future events
February or March depending on weather – sleigh ride
Gary Sutton will discuss drone use for paramedic purposes
Wildlife in Deep River slide presentation with Paula and Tony
April – 5 Pin Bowling or indoor lawn bowling and Dinner
If you would like to know more about us please contact us at, our website is, or our Facebook page is Sfc Uov. Those without computers or wanting to reserve a place for trips may contact Cathy Chapman at 613-584-1577 or