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CURRENT ANNOUNCEMENTS . . .
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GARDEN CLUB - UPCOMING MEETINGS
The Garden Club invites you to attend the upcoming spring meetings in March and April. ------
On Wednesday March 19 at 7PM at the Osgoode Public Library, Rose Fleguel of the Rideau Conservation Authority, will discuss "The Eastern Ontario Butternut Recovery Story". Come and hear about the threats to our tree canopy and how we may strengthen the survival of the butternut. -----
On Wednesday April 16 at 7PM at the Osgoode Public Library, Colleen O'Connell and David Cybulski from the Maitland Garden of Hope will do a presentation on butterflies that visit their garden with emphasis on their monarch waystation and how to attract butterflies to a garden.
For more information, please contact Liz Kauffmann 613 826 0569 or firstname.lastname@example.org"
THE GREELY PLAYERS
THE GREELY PLAYERS present their 25th anniversary production, Once Upon A Mattress. This hilarious musical version of “The Princess and the Pea” will delight all ages. The show is being staged at the Greely Community Centre from Wednesday, March 26th to Saturday, March 29th at 7:30 p.m. every night, with additional 2 p.m. matinees on the weekend. Tickets are $20 for adults, and $15 for seniors and for children 12 and under. Visit greelyplayers.ca to select your own seats or call 613-821-5407 for tickets and more info. -----
For a special treat: Dress up your own little prince or Princess for the show and take their picture with Princess Winifred and her tall bed!
- LOW CRIME DOES NOT MEAN NO CRIME
Please sign up for Neighborhood Watch and help keep our Village safe.