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Shopping, reading, taking a stroll down the street - things you do every day without a second thought. However, for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians who are blind or partially sighted, these things can be challenging. A helping hand can make a world of difference. Become a CNIB Vision Mate and experience the reward of giving back. With only two hours a week, you can help someone in your community with these everyday tasks. Learn how you can volunteer by calling your local CNIB office at 1-800-563-2642 or visit cnib.ca/volunteer 

 

The Corner Brook Status of Women are looking for volunteers to help at the Centre on Carmen Avenue. If you want to work towards the goal of creating a better community while promoting change, equality and women's rights, call us at 639-8522. Any time you can give from an hour to a day would be greatly appreciated

 

The Kindale Public Library in Stephenville is offering programming for a variety of ages. They have Master Builders Lego Club for ages 9 to 99, Drop & Play and Story Time for ages 0 to 5, Tabletoppers Gaming Club for youth tu adults, and Kindale Writing Group for Youth and Adults. Drop by or visit their Facebook page for a schedule

 

Page One is finalizing submissions for their new anthology. This will be the last chance for peoeple to see their words in print. The deadline for submissions is January 31st. Within the next year, they will also be dramatizing some of their old and new work. Aspiring playwrights, actors and musicians are invited to give their professional input, advice and participation. For more information, please call Angie at 635-4090

 

Wednesday, January 17th

Our Lady of Perpetual Help 4th Degree Assembly will hold their next meeting at 8:00pm from the Lower Level of the Santa Maria Club in Stephenville. The Executive will be at 7:00pm

 

Saturday, January 20th

The Grenfell Lions Club will present Two Year's Eve at the GCSU Backlot, starting at 9:30pm. Is 2018 already getting you down? Have you already broken your New Year's Resolution? They're giving you a chance at a New Year's do-over. Grab your friends and ring in the New Year the right way. This is a 19+ event, and admission is $5

 

Tuesday, January 23rd

The Prostate Cancer Support Group will hold their regular monthly meeting at 7:00pm from the Kinsmen Club on St. Mark's Avenue. These meetings are open to anyone interested in obtaining information and/or support. For more information, please call Art at 639-1627 or Eric at 632-5270

 

Friday, January 26th

ACAP Humber Arm will hold their first Coastal Matters Speakers Series session of the year from 12:30pm to 1:20pm in Room 2014 of the Forest Centre at Grenfell Campus. The speaker will be the Honourable Gerry Bryne, Minister of Fisheries and Land Resources. Minster Byrne will be speaking on Newfoundland and Labrador Fisheries: Evolution and Growth. This session is free of charge and open to the public. RSVP's are not required. Tea and coffee will also be available

 

Wednesday, February 7th

Page One will holding a Winterfest Open Mic at 7:00pm from the DJY Financial Building, 59 North Main Street in Deer Lake. The theme is Winter & Love. Come along to share prose, poetry, music, prizes and snacks. Space is limited. You can pre-register by calling Angie at 635-4090