Here a few of the many:
At Community Care Northumberland, beside all their exercise programs, they also had another workshop: Painting Rocks with acrylics.
Lower Trent Conservation has been active in our town the past week. On Earth Day, together with the Pathfinders they painted Yellow Fish near storm drains to create awareness for the yellow fish road program http://www.yellowfishroad.org/ Saturday they were at Goodrich-Loomis Park talking about early spring flowers. The
Horticultural Society district 4 had their annual AGM meeting at King Edward Park on Saturday. May 12th the Brighton Horticultural Society will have their Plant Auction Sale, auctioneer will be Jim Nelson.
The Friends of Hilton Hall had a successful exhibit “For the Love of Wood”.
The Brighton Curling Club received a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation! http://northumberlandview.ca/index.php?module=news&type=user&func=display&sid=34112&title=brighton-curling-club-swept-up-with-95500-otf-grant&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Northumberlandviewcas+%28NorthumberlandView.ca%29
Also I crashed a bridal shower at King Edward Park. In my defense I read Bridal SHOW on the wide open door. My excuses to the bride to be and her family and friends, hope they had a great time.