Author: North End Breezes

Swinging in St. John’s

“Swinging’ in St. John’s,” a new musical debuting at this year’s Hamilton Fringe Festival. It’s a stage adaptation of a fictional Elvis movie set in Newfoundland! Featuring 14 brand-new songs plus some traditional East Coast standards with a Memphis Rock & Roll twist! Uh-huh! This production features the talents of 5 local Hamiltonian Singer-Actors: Aramenta Sobchak, Sean Emberley, Leonard Cain, Robyn Lightwalker and myself. Co-produced and directed with Susan Robinson and live musical accompaniment by local musician Tim Nijenhuis on keyboards. Luis Arrojo is stage-managing the show. We’re running 7 performances at Hamilton Theatre Incorporated, 140 MacNab St. North. Friday, July 21 – 9:00 pm Saturday, July 22 – 4:00 pm Sunday, July 23 – 9:30 pm Tuesday, July 25 – 9:00 pm Friday, July 28 – 11:00 pm Saturday, July 29 – 8:00 pm Sunday, July 30 – 6:00 pm We have recorded and will be releasing an original cast recording on CD and 12″ Vinyl Record available at the venue after each performance. Pressed in Burlington at Precision Record Pressing! Tickets are $10 at the door. or online at More information about the show is available at: or...

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  HUGHSON’S SUMMER KIDS CAMP PROGRAM  … JUST ADD KIDS!Hughson Street Baptist Church’s CrossTrainers Summer Kids Camp is accepting registrations. Our first week, called Backyard Adventures is a half-day camp for children in JK-Grade 2, runs from July 17-21 and is only $10 per child for the week. Children will enjoy lunch, snacks, crafts, singing, Bible Stories, games and MORE! The first week of full-day camp, Maker Fun Factory, is July 24-28 and is for children in Senior Kindergarten to Grade 5. At Maker Fun Factory, kids will discover that God made them — and for a purpose! Kids...

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  This sale benefits North End Breezes and will be held at the parking lot off Hughson behind Cathedral Place at 252 James St. N. Hamilton on Saturday, May 27 2017 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Contact Brenda Duke, or 289-933-4810, for location specific questions or for product specific questions.

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Celebrating Our Volunteers 2017

Submitted by Brenda Duke Not many people know that April is National Volunteer Month. I, for one, think that it is important that we honor the people who dedicate themselves to taking action and solving problems in our communities. And there are a lot of them. The donated time and expertise has a value and an economic impact. One of the greatest aspects of volunteerism is that there are so many different ways to do it, and sometimes, we volunteer without even making conscious recognition of it. For example, helping out at church or coaching your child in soccer....

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Mother’s Day 2017

It’s Mother’s Day Not Mothers Day. It was in the eyes of Anna M. Reeves Jarvis a day that you would take time from your busy schedule to call, go home, perhaps do something together. Spend time with your mom, show her how much you love her and to thank mom for her unconditional love. It wasn’t to celebrate ALL mothers, just YOUR mother. Anna Jarvis stressed the singular “Mother’s Day” rather than the plural form “Mothers Day”. It was Anne Reeves Jarvis (Anna’s mother) a school teacher and wife of a prominent Methodist minister who started a different...

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