Barwick museum to open on May 6

Upcoming activities in Barwick include the museum opening on Friday, May 6, featuring those fabulous ’50s.
Emily Clink is hoping for the loan of clothing, artifacts, or what have you from the ’50s for a display that weekend.
As well, the Chapple Heritage Day sale in Barwick is slated for May 28. You can rent a table to sell new or used items for $10.
Your table may be set up in front of the museum or in front of your home in town, or by the hall if you live outside the village.
If you don’t care to have your own table, please consider donating to the museum’s table, any yard sale articles (large or small), to the bake table, penny table, or craft items.
Book your table or make your donation by May 21 by contacting Kathy Nugent (487-2329) or Emily Clink (487-2221).
There also will be a canteen at the hall that day.
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The heritage committee is looking for any historic photos of Chapple, especially the Klondyke Presbyterian Church on Ball Road and the Orange Hall.
Photos will be scanned, then returned to you. Contact Rilla Race (487-2655) if you can help out.
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The Township of Chapple is looking for summer students for positions as museum helper and landscape assistant. Those interested must be between the ages of 15-29 and returning to school in the fall.
Send résumés to the Township of Chapple, Box 4, Barwick, Ont., P0W 1A0 before June 1.
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The Barwick Hall is offering a free service for parents, caregivers, and their children—funded by Ontario Early Years. No registration is required.
Come out to the play group and enjoy activities with your child, such as playdough, stories, crafts, songs, and many other activities that will vary each visit.
The dates are April 28, May 26, June 9, and June 23.
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The parishes of Our Lady of the Way, St. Patrick’s, and Our Lady of Good Counsel have a job opening for someone to mow lawns this summer. You must be 17 years of age and have your own equipment.
Phone Fr. Dan (483-5383) for details or send a letter to P.O. Box 33, Pinewood, Ont., P0W 1K0.
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The St. Patrick’s Spring Tea and Bazaar is slated for Saturday, May 7 from 1-3 p.m. in the parish hall. Donations for the bake table, penny table (new items), crafts, and plant tables would be appreciated.
Phone Mary Curtis (482-2094) if you can help out.