Meet Me on the Mississippi Local Food Festival

Organized by the Carleton Place and District Chamber of Commerce, Kick-off at the Square is a refreshing opportunity to eat, drink and shop local! Visit Market Square in Carleton Place on Thursday August 11th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. for some delicious appetizers and beverages and to shop some fantastic products from local vendors. Conveniently located at 7 Beckwith Street in the downtown core, Market Square has amenities on site and is just a short walk from the town’s main street. Kick-off at the Square invites you to sip on a local brew or beverage and sample some delightful
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Carleton Place 2016 Summer Showcase

The Kick off at the Square is part of the overall Carleton Place 2016 Summer Showcase, organized by the Chamber of Commerce to promote the arts and food found in Carleton Place. Here are the other events planned for the showcase: Music Trivia at the Queen’s Hotel |  Wednesday August 3rd at 7 – 10 p.m.  6-8 players per team—$10 in advance—$12 at the door Compete in a fun interactive game of music mastery for a chance to win a round on the house. Ticket price includes complimentary munchies and beverages. Paint Night at Generations Inn | Wednesday  August 17th at 6:45
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Open House at Renovated Church

OPEN HOUSE Historic Stone Building in Downtown Carleton Place (former Zion United Church) Monday, July 11th & Tuesday, July 12th 5:30pm – 7:30pm  The details of the apartments are as follows: Four 2 bedroom apartment units to rent in a beautifully renovated church in downtown Carleton Place. These apartments are spacious and bright with large, 5ft tall energy efficient casement windows throughout. The original character of the apartments has been retained with exposed stone and brick walls and high ceilings.   Each apartment comes with one parking space.   Apartments will be available to rent soon. More photos to follow
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First Annual ‘Rocking The Mill ‘ Postponed!

Due to the death of Five Man Electrical Band Bassist Brian Rading The Rocking on the Mill will be rescheduled to August and no exact date has been determined at this time. Our condolences to Brian Rading’s family and friends. Slackoni’s Fine Italian Cuisine would like to invite everyone for their First Annual ‘Rocking The Mill ‘ , featuring the 5 Man Electrical Band as the headliner for the day.  The band will play on a large stage in front of Slackoni’s Restaurant with the music starting at noon and ending at 10:30 pm. In the parking lot by Slackoni’s, there will be a
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Past Life Regression Practitioner Certification

3 training days – 18 hours of instruction Saturday & Sunday June 11&12 – 9am-3pm & Saturday June 25 – 9am-3pm Identify and release Past Life origins to current life problems Gain INSIGHT and understanding into your current life’s purpose Heal troubled relationships This course includes: Using Transpersonal Hypnosis to facilitate Past Life Recall Life Between Lives Processes Soul Contracts Clearing traumatic memories acquired in the current lifetime Access & leverage knowledge & skills from past & parallel lives Working with the Lords of Karma to clear blockages & fulfill goals Practitioner Certification with 6 months of supervised practicum $650+hst
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People First of Lanark County Annual Walk-A-Thon

People First LANARK COUNTY MAKING REAL CHANGES IN PEOPLE’S LIVES People First of Lanark County will be hosting their annual Walk-A-Thon on Saturday June 18, 2016 at 10am.  The walk will be hosted in the BIA area leaving from the municipal parking lot across from the Town Hall.  It will travel Bridge Street ending at the Wool Growers where People First will host their annual fundraising BBQ. We encourage merchants to step out and cheer People First as people with disabilities create awareness. Please call Kory Earle at 613 451-0051 or e-mail koryearle@hotmail.com Walk-A-Thon 2016 Walk-a-thon Pledge Form 2016
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Family Fun Day

Our Family Fun Day, in support of the Lanark County Food Bank – the Hunger Stop, includes : – a guided walk and scavenger hunt directed by the Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists, – face painting by Maxine Brown, who performs some incredible magic with paints, – a pumper truck and rescue vehicle for exploring and climbing courtesy of the Beckwith Fire Department, – a straw bale fort and obstacle course, – and a BBQ put on by the Knights of Columbus – who cook up a mean hamburger. All activities and the BBQ are by donation. There may be a
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People First of Lanark County Celebrate 10 years of Service

The Carleton Place BIA Congratulations People First of Lanark County on their 10 years of service to our community. Together the BIA and People First have worked together to make our downtown a better place to work, play and shop. People First of Lanark County will be honored for their 10 anniversary by the Carleton Place Mayor, Council When: Tuesday April 26, 2016 at 7 pm. Where: Carleton Place Town Hall(175 Bridge Street) in the Council Chamber, This is Accessible People First of Lanark County has provided a Strong Voice right across this county! They would be pleased to have
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Grand Opening of Stiletto Custom Barbering

  Beverly-Ann Paasila is the Owner/Operator of Stiletto Custom Barbering and has been barbering for 29 years.  After much discussion with her husband Mike the move to establish a business location in downtown Carleton Place was started. A location at 126 Bridge Street became available connected to Stiletto Custom Tattoo which was the beginning of a great partnership where people can come to enjoy and revitalize themselves through tattooing and/or a barber cut. Quote from Stiletto Custom Barbering “The BIA believes in local business in a small town and the way they support all different downtown businesses, gives this amazing
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Professional Development Workshop

Hosted by Carleton Place & District Chamber of Commerce THURSDAY APRIL 14TH, 2016 8:30am – 12:00pm Carleton Place Town Hall A morning of professional development workshops and customer service training. Session One: Are you delivering Good Customer Service? Find out more about the Ontario Highlands Mystery Shop Program. Find out about the basics of customer service and why its so important that all of your staff are on the same page as to what that looks like! Sign up for a FREE Mystery Shop for your business and get some great feedback on how you can improve in this area. Session
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