Potpourri session are $5 each.
Monday, April 4, 2:00 PM, Pinedale Motor Inn
WHAT’S NEXT FOR GRAND BEND?
Speakers: Paul Pittao property developer and assistant Kimberley Kennedy
Cate Molito, Executive Director of the Grand Bend Community Health
and Dave Campbell Executive Director of the Grand Bend Community
Moderator: Nancy Winters
Join us and four friends of Grand Bend whose eyes are on the future, to hear and discuss what to look forward to in our own home town.
Monday, April 11, 2:00 PM, Pinedale Motor Inn
Speaker: Gary Eagleson
Moderator: Bob Kennedy
Local organic farmer Gary Eagleson speaks to the benefits of growing and eating organic, how it is done, and what the future bodes for sustainable farming.
Monday, April 18, 2:00 PM, Pinedale Motor Inn
WHAT IF COMMUNITY LIVING CLOSES?
Speaker: Bruce Shaw
Moderator: Roberta Walker
When governments make changes, the communities have to cope with the fallout. Bruce Shaw of Community Living will describe the challenges in the latest rumblings about our local Community Living and its clients.
Monday, April 25, 2:00 PM, Pinedale Motor Inn
WHAT’S UP WITH AGING?
Moderators: Various members of the PIL Curriculum Committee
There is so much chatter about aging, the wellness issues, the psychological changes, the cultural surprises, and the relationship challenges. Its our turn to talk.
We will have a round table discussion with our Curriculum Committee and see if we can find both the reasons to celebrate and some shared solace. A lighthearted look what “senior” means.
Monday, May 2, 9:30 AM, Departure from Sobey’s parking lot
STEPPING BACK IN TIME
A FIELD TRIP TO THE HISTORIC VILLAGE OF SPARTA
Trip Coordinator: Beckey Jackson
Car Pooling: Shared rides will be organized. Please offer to drive. Please contact Beckey if you can drive.
Join us on a Spring Day Trip to the historical village of Sparta established in 1813 as a Quaker Settlement . The village has remained a small settlement with many of it’s early buildings still standing and used for galleries museums, shops and lovely quaint homes of significant early Ontario architecture.
Upon arrival in Sparta we will be met at The Forge and Anvil Museum by a member of The Sparta Historical Society for a tour and brief introduction to the village.
We plan lunch at Sparta House Tea Room and Restaurant, a culinary destination with an emphasis on homemade real English fare.
Our next stop, The Peter Robson Art Studio and Gallery offers acclaimed Robson paintings, prints, cards, etc. for viewing and sale. Not to be missed by art lovers. If time allows the Sparta Candles shop built in 1883 and the Village Collective Art studio including Fresh Heritage Herbs sale are highly recommended.
Please contact Beckey to indicate your participation. firstname.lastname@example.org or (519)238-5458.