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Remembrance Day services will be marked across all Southern Grey County communities


Markdale remembrance wreaths

BY SOUTHGREY.CA STAFF — Remembrance Day services will be held throughout the region on both November 10, and the following day, November 11. Local communities will join in the laying of wreaths, showing support for the Canadian Armed Forces, and remembering those who lost their lives for their country. Note that in Grey Highlands, there will also be a Peace Lunch held at the Flesherton Kinplex on November 16 from 11 am - 2 pm. Attendance is free, although a suggested goodwill donation of $8 will cover the cost of lunch. During the event, each table will be asked to hold a discussion of the nature of peace in our current fragile world.

Local Remembrance Day Services

Grey Highlands

Markdale Branch 333 - November 11
Parade to form up behind Grey Gables at 10:30 am
Service is at the Cenotaph at the south end of Grey Gables in the Municipal parking lot
62-72 Main St W, Markdale, N0C 1H0

Flesherton
Flesherton Branch 333 - November 11
Form up behind Flesherton Home Hardware at 10:30 am
Service is at the Flesherton Cenotaph
14 Elizabeth Street Flesherton, N0C 1E0

Kimberley Hall - November 11, 10:30 am

235309 Grey Rd 13, Kimberley.

Highland United Church
Eugenia Cenotaph at Eugenia Falls - November 10, 10:00 am

150 Pellisier St, Eugenia.

Flesherton Cenotaph - November 10,  11:00 am
14 Elizabeth Street Flesherton, N0C 1E0

Grey Gables Service - November 10, 10:30 am
206 Toronto St S, Markdale.

Annesley United Church - November 10, 10:00 am
82 Toronto St S, Markdale.

Priceville
St Andrew's Presbyterian Church - November 10, 10:00 am
Kincardine St, Priceville.

The 2nd annual Grey Highlands Peace Lunch - November 16, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Kinplex, 2 Highland Dr., Flesherton.
Attendance is free, although a suggested goodwill donation of $8 will cover the cost of lunch.
During the event, each table will be asked to hold a discussion of the nature of peace in our current fragile world. 

West Grey

Durham - November 11, 11:00 am
North side of Mill Street at the corner of Albert Street North, Durham.

Southgate

Dundalk Branch 285 - November 11, 11:00 am
Dundalk Cenotaph
109 Proton Street North, Dundalk.

Holstein Remembrance Day Parade - November 10, 1:45pm
Starts at the General Store

Chatsworth

Chatsworth Branch 464 - November 11, 11:00 am
Chatsworth Cenotaph
339 Garafraxa Street, Chatsworth.

 


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Updated March 12, 2020.

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