by Mike Robinson. Puslinch councillors took another stab at dealing with the safety factor of cyclists and vehicles sharing local roads. On May 4, Mayor Dennis Lever noted there was discussion at a previous meeting and he asked that correspondence…Continue Reading ...
I really enjoy bicycling, especially in Puslinch. Most residents of Puslinch may not realize that Puslinch is a popular destination site to cycle. Many avid and recreational cyclists find their way to our Township due to the diverse terrain (on…Continue Reading ...
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2:00 pm Official Opening of the Basketba... @ Boreham Dr. Park
Official Opening of the Basketba... @ Boreham Dr. Park
Oct 22 @ 2:00 pm
Official Opening and Sign Presentation of the Basketball Court, Boreham Dr. Park, Arkell. Sunday, October 22, 2017, 2:00pm A basketball court “built by the Community for the Community” Everyone is invited.
all-day Make-and-Take: Hallowe’en Mask-o... @ Puslinch Library
Make-and-Take: Hallowe’en Mask-o... @ Puslinch Library
Oct 24 all-day
Make-and-Take: Hallowe’en Mask-off (All ages) Check out a book and decorate a Hallowe’en mask for your name to be entered into a draw! Tuesday, October 24 to Saturday, October 28, during branch hours
9:30 am Smart Exercise Program at Duff’s... @ Duff's Church
Smart Exercise Program at Duff’s... @ Duff's Church
Oct 24 @ 9:30 am
Presented by the VON every week at Duff’s. This is a completely FREE event for all! Come out and see what we’re all about twice weekly (every Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30am).
1:30 pm SENIORS’ EUCHRE CLUB @ Puslinch Community Centre
SENIORS’ EUCHRE CLUB @ Puslinch Community Centre
Oct 24 @ 1:30 pm
SENIORS’ EUCHRE CLUB Starting October 10th at 1:30pm you are invited to an afternoon of friendly euchre games at the Puslinch Community Centre on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month
2:00 pm Carnegie Café: Hats, Handbags, ... @ Puslinch Library
Carnegie Café: Hats, Handbags, ... @ Puslinch Library
Oct 24 @ 2:00 pm
Carnegie Café: Hats, Handbags, and Handkerchiefs (Adult) Special programme presented by the Wellington County Museum and Archives. Please register. Tuesday, October 24, 2:00 pm