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Apr
20
Sat
Earth Day Clean Up @ Kenora Harbourfront, Greenbelt
Apr 20 – Apr 21 all day

Start celebrating Earth Day with Sierra Construction / Northern Waste & Hauling and the City of Kenora this weekend!

Pick up gloves, pickers, and bags at the Lake of the Woods Discovery Centre (931 Lakeview Drive) between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Saturday.  Take a walk along the harbourfront and pick up litter and debris.  Look for Northern Waste & Hauling’s large garbage bin to dispose of your pickings (no household garbage, please!) on Saturday, April 20th and Sunday, April 21st!

Everyone is encouraged to help keep our City free of litter and debris.

Let’s fill up the garbage bin!

Apr
21
Sun
Easter on the Farm 2019 @ Beaver Creek Ranch
Apr 21 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Come out to the Farm on Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019.
We will have tractor rides, petting zoo, dog agility demonstrations, fun treats like Beaver Tails.

Come out to the Farm in the city for the afternoon! Fun for everyone!

Apr
23
Tue
Al-Anon Family Group @ St Andrews United Church
Apr 23 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Are you troubled by someone’s drinking or drug use? Al-Anon Family Groups can help. Our local group meets every Tuesday at 7:30pm. Side door lower level For more information call Bev 543-3753

Apr
26
Fri
Awesome Adventures April PD Day Camp @ Kenora Recreation Centre
Apr 26 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Come spend the day with us on Friday, April 26th. Register now for our Awesome Adventures PD Day Camp.

For kids age 7 – 11 years old

For more information please contact Casey Pyykka, Community Program Liaison at 467-2987 or cpyykka@kenora.ca

Apr
27
Sat
Youth Reconciliation Council Workshop @ Lake of the Woods Discovery Centre
Apr 27 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Azhe-mino-gahbewewin / Reconciliation Kenora and the City of Kenora invite youth ages 18-29 to join the Youth Reconciliation Council

April 27 – 28, 2019
Setting Context for Reconciliation in Kenora Two-day Workshop
-First of three phases in the council formation
-Let’s look at the historical context and importance of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action.
-Hear testimonials from Indigenous people with lived experiences of colonialism, First Nation leadership, Metis Senators, and Elders, as well as non-Indigenous Kenora residents with experience in Indigenous issues.
-By examining a colonial and often racist past, it will provide a foundation of knowledge that will help us in building relationships for the future.

Participation in this first phase is not a commitment to sitting on the Youth Reconciliation Council.  We invite students, community members, and young professionals between the ages of 18-29 who want to work together to attend the Reconciliation in Kenora Context Setting workshop.

If this interests you, but you are nervous, we invite you to challenge yourself and come at least to the first phase workshop. This work will not always be easy, but it is necessary and will build meaningful bridges that our future generations can walk.

REGISTER HERE:
kenora.reconciliation@gmail.com

It’s A Dog’s Life Spring Booksale @ New Student Bus
Apr 27 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Books and DVDS of all kinds. $5.00 for a bag of books and DVDS are $1.00 each. Get your summer books early for those beach and camp days.

Springtime Soiree @ St. Alban's Cathedral
Apr 27 @ 7:00 pm

TrypTych Concert and Opera present Springtime Soirée on Sat, April 27, 2019, 7 PM, The Cathedral Church of St. Alban the Martyr. Jazz singer Melinda Whitaker, formerly of Victoria, BC but now living the good life in Kenora, joins tenors Lenard Whiting, Edward Franko and Ruth Girard, piano in this entertaining evening of popular song. In the intimate cabaret setting of St. Alban’s lower hall, delicious treats and wine will be available. There is no better way to Melt the Ice and your Heart than to join us for a melodious Springtime Soirée.

Tickets available at Johnson’s Pharmacy and St. Alban’s Office

Apr
28
Sun
Youth Reconciliation Council Workshop @ Lake of the Woods Discovery Centre
Apr 28 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Azhe-mino-gahbewewin / Reconciliation Kenora and the City of Kenora invite youth ages 18-29 to join the Youth Reconciliation Council

April 27 – 28, 2019
Setting Context for Reconciliation in Kenora Two-day Workshop
-First of three phases in the council formation
-Let’s look at the historical context and importance of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action.
-Hear testimonials from Indigenous people with lived experiences of colonialism, First Nation leadership, Metis Senators, and Elders, as well as non-Indigenous Kenora residents with experience in Indigenous issues.
-By examining a colonial and often racist past, it will provide a foundation of knowledge that will help us in building relationships for the future.

Participation in this first phase is not a commitment to sitting on the Youth Reconciliation Council.  We invite students, community members, and young professionals between the ages of 18-29 who want to work together to attend the Reconciliation in Kenora Context Setting workshop.

If this interests you, but you are nervous, we invite you to challenge yourself and come at least to the first phase workshop. This work will not always be easy, but it is necessary and will build meaningful bridges that our future generations can walk.

REGISTER HERE:
kenora.reconciliation@gmail.com

Festival Choral Evensong (a service of Evening Prayer) @ St. Alban's Cathedra
Apr 28 @ 7:00 pm – 7:50 pm

A contemplative service of Evensong with full choir on the last Sunday of the month.|
ECUMENICAL COMMUNITY CHOIR – EVENSONG
St. Alban’s Singers Community Ecumenical Choral Evensong Choir is a mixed-voice choir of women and men open to singers from all denominations, faiths and traditions. The choir rehearses on Sunday evenings from 7- 8 PM, with the exception of the first Sunday of the month. St. Alban’s presents this Festival Choral Evensong on the last Sunday of April at 7pm in the Sanctuary. This is the last Evensong Service for this season. Evensong will resume at the end of September.
We encourage anyone who wishes to know more about Choral Evensong or about joining the choir to contact Lenard Whiting, Organist and Choirmaster.(lenardwhiting@gmail.com).
Also, we recommend you read the following article on a study published in Church Leader, “Church of England Resurrects Tradition to Attract Millenials”.

Festival Service of Traditional Evensong @ St. Alban's Cathedral
Apr 28 @ 7:00 pm – 7:45 pm

Our final contemplative service of Evensong for the season with full choir and local soloists.
ECUMENICAL COMMUNITY CHOIR – EVENSONG
This is our last Choral Evensong for the season. We are excited to feature Brenda Shodin, soprano soloist, and Michael McIsaac, bass soloist, in the beautiful setting of the Song of Mary (Magnificat) and Song of Simeon (Nunc Dimittis), music composed by the late 19th century composer Sir Charles Villier Stanford in addition to some music sung recently by the local church choirs in the Festival of the Arts.

St. Alban’s Ecumenical Community Choral Choir is a mixed-voice choir of women and men open to singers from all denominations, faiths and traditions. The choir rehearses on regularly on Sunday evenings from 7- 8 PM, with the exception of the Easter Sunday (April 21) through the season. St. Alban’s has presented Choral Evensong on the last Sunday of each month through the season at 7pm in the Sanctuary. We will resume Evensong Services at the end of September. We wish to thank all who have attended wishing you a blessed summer break and looking forward to worshipping in the Fall. Regular worship is at 8am and 10 am through the summer.
We invite anyone who wishes to know more about Evening Prayer and Choral Evensong or participating in music at St. Alban’s Cathedral to contact Lenard Whiting, Organist and Choirmaster.(lenardwhiting@gmail.com).

We also recommend you read the following article on a study published in Church Leader, “Church of England Resurrects Tradition to Attract Millennials”.