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Wendel Clark at Chapters November 3rd – Signing his autobiography “Bleeding Blue: Giving My All for the Game”

From bestselling authors to the most anticipated new books, Indigo and Chapters stores across Canada are thrilled to announce the following free and exclusive events in November. Join one of hockey’s greatest heroes, Wendel Clark, as he signs copies of his autobiography, Bleeding Blue: Giving My All for the Game – the story of a man who refused to say no. Takes place at Chapters Peterborough, Thursday, November 3, 2016, 12:00pm Bleeding Blue: Giving My All for the Game Funny, fierce, and gritty, Bleeding Blue recounts every struggle and success of Wendel…

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Crushing for a Cause – Christmas Edition

Nurse Scrap Metal invite the great people of Peterborough to pop by and make a donation to the Kawartha/Haliburton Children’s Foundation. They are accepting donations of scrap metal (100% of proceeds going towards the gift fund), cash, new unwrapped toys or gift cards to local stores. If you have any old scrap laying around and can’t get it here, give us a call and we will arrange a pick up. Let’s get together once again Peterborough and give these kid’s the BEST CHRISTMAS EVER!!! Details here

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Tas Cru and The Tortured Souls are returning November 10 at Showplace

Tas Cru and The Tortured Souls are returning November 10 at 8:00 PM. Tickets are available at $32 online or at the Darling Insurance box office. Tas is releasing a new album just around the time of his Peterborough appearance. Raucous, rowdy, gentle, sweet, eccentric, quirky, and outright irreverent are all words that fittingly describe Tas Cru’s songs and testify to his reputation as a one of the most unique of bluesmen plying his trade today.  It’s not for nothing that Cru has received wide praise for his songwriting.  As…

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September 2016 Housing Starts in Peterborough

Housing starts in the Peterborough Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) were trending up at 656 units in September compared to 524 units in August, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). The trend is a six month moving average of the monthly seasonally adjusted annual rates (SAAR) of housing starts. “Demand for new homes has proved resilient. After a short-lived pause, the trend for housing starts rose again during the month of September. Demand has been sufficiently strong to not only increase starts but also to reduce inventories of unsold…

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A Historical Timeline of Peterborough

A Historical Timeline of Peterborough From 9000 BC to Present  Credit to : Shawn Hughes (Teacher at Crestwood SS) 9000 BC to 5000 BC: Paleo-Indians lived in the area. 5000 BC to 1000 BC: Laurentian people lived in southern Ontario. 1000 BC to 1000 AD: Woodland peoples in the area. Initial Woodland had no contact with Europeans. Petroglyphs completed between 1000 and 1400 AD by First Nations. Point Peninsula people build sacred mounds on shore of Rice Lake (Serpent Mounds). Terminal Woodland made contact 1000 AD. ca. 1615: Samuel de…

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Artsweek Peterborough. Sept 23-Oct 2

September 23 – October 2, 2016 Artsweek is Peterborough’s annual festival of the arts, a 10 day, multi-disciplinary showcase of creativity that began as part of the City’s Centennial Celebrations in 2005. This annual event continues to bring new work to new audiences, support original creation by local artists, and celebrate Peterborough as a creative community. Artsweek 2016 features 30 projects involving almost 100 outstanding artists in a celebration of original, home-grown artworks showcased in many exciting Artsweek Signature Programs. Details at http://artsweekptbo.com/ 

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