Headliners - April 23, 2015

Sunkist Woods community tree planting

The annual Sunkist Woods community tree planting is set for May 23. It will run from 10 a.m to noon, rain or shine. Participants will plant native trees and shrubs in the Bolton Sunkist Woods. This is a family friendly ...

Headwater hike promotes citizen engagement

The Ontario Headwaters Institute is leading a headwater hike at Terra Cotta Conservation Area (14452 Winston Churchill Blvd.) this Sunday (May 3) at 9:45 a.m., ...

Have you seen Zambo?

Zambo is a prize-winning French bulldog who went missing from his home in the area of Highway 50 and Rutherford Road in Vaughan at about ...

Learn to manage ponds naturally with CVC

Ponds add beauty to properties and attract wildlife. They can, however, be a challenge to manage. Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) is hosting a Natural Pond ...

EcoCaledon auctioning off creative rain barrels

By Bill Rea It’s back for another year. Students from various Caledon schools have been putting their creativity into a large selection of decorative rain ...

Local author launches her second book

Carole Staveley of Woodbridge has written her second book, aimed at empowering individuals to take control of their health challenges. After conquering her own 13-year ...

Families have to sign up quick for child care benefit

The federal government has estimated that about 200,000 families with children who may be eligible for the enhanced Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) are at ...

High school teachers in Peel ready to strike — Could start May 4

The teacher and occasional teacher bargaining units of District 19 (Peel) of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) have announced legal strike action can ...

Sports

Caledon tennis player ends NCAA season atop Division

By Jake Courtepatte While these days, tennis player Erin Routliffe may roll tide, her roots in the sport are grounded with the Caledon Tennis Club. ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — April 23, 2015

Tennis Club registration April 25

The Caledon Tennis Club will be holding its Registration Day April 25, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Caledon Village Place. Caledon Tennis Club Professional ...

Wallace wins award for top batter

The North Dufferin Baseball League doled out 2014 season awards Sunday in Lisle during a lunch and meeting. Taking top honours in the junior division ...

Veteran newsman memorialized in hockey tournament

By Jake Courtepatte Caledon house league hockey’s staple tournament was back for its third installment this weekend, but under a new name. Close to 40 ...

Jersey unveiled in memory of Bill Whitbread

By Bill Rea There was a somber, but nostalgic mood around the Don Sheardown Memorial Arena in Bolton Monday as family and friends gathered to ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — April 16, 2015

CHARTER COYOTE GETS AWARD

Register for Caledon East tennis

The Caledon East Tennis Club will be holding its annual registration April 22. It will be at the Caledon Community Complex, at 6215 Old Church ...

Charity Golf Challenge is set

The public is invited to join in this year’s second annual Charity Golf Challenge June 4. It will be at Kettle Creek, Cardinal Golf Club’s ...

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NOT-SO-YOUNG DWARFS PERFORM THIS WEEK
Snow White and the Not-so-Young Dwarfs is being performed this week at Caledon Seniors’ Centre in Bolton. There will be a dress rehearsal of the pantomime at 2 p.m. today (Thursday) with performances planned for  Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12. The Dwarfs are (back row) Limpy (Beverley Stacey), Rusty (Helen Goodfellow), Shuffles (Monica Smith), Farty (Molly Jakeman), Leaky (Dorothy Phillips), (front row) Whatsthat (Lily French) and Foggy (Angie Steckley, who wrote the play). Call 905-951-6114 for more information.
Photo by Bill Rea

NOT-SO-YOUNG DWARFS PERFORM THIS WEEK

Caledon displays its best at Home and Lifestyle Show

St. Michael student new trustee on Catholic Board

By Bill Rea Bolton and Caledon will soon have an additional voice on the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. Lexie Hesketh-Pavilons, a Grade 11 student ...

Film shows Cory Trepanier exploring and painting in Kluane

By Bill Rea The lands around Mount Logan are not easy to get into, but those who make the trip quickly learn the scenery is ...

Gloria Maxx launches HeartEsteem to fight obesity

By Bill Rea Gloria Maxx is carrying on with her efforts to fight childhood obesity. The Caledon village area resident recently launched her HeartEsteem initiative ...

Deputy Fire Chief Darryl Bailey was explaining some facts about the planned site for the new fire hall in Bolton.

Bolton’s new fire hall to go on north hill

By Bill Rea Bolton is likely to have a new fire hall in the next two years. Caledon Fire and Emergency Services recently held a ...

Southgate seeking support for SLAPP

By Josh Braun The Township of Southgate is supporting the Province’s Bill 52, and looking for support from other municipalities to go along. Caledon council ...

Osler Foundation’s Holi Gala nets $320,000 for hospital redevelopment

The biggest and brightest international South Asian stars of screen and music entertained a crowd of more than 750 enthusiastic guests March 27 during William ...

Free home safety seminar

Caledon Fire and Emergency Services will be hosting a free home safety seminar designed to help protect home and family from fire. It will be ...

ENTERTAINMENT AT TASTE OF AFRICA EVENT
King College School held their annual Taste of Africa fundraiser Saturday night at Caledon Woods Golf Club in support of its sister school in Kumba, Cameroon. Entertainment was provided by Alpha Rhythm Roots. Derek, Alpha and Walter hit the drums for the dancing of Coco.
Photo by Bill Rea

ENTERTAINMENT AT TASTE OF AFRICA EVENT

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