Sunday, April 2nd
Lynden Lions Spring Brunch
8:30 am-12 noon, Lynden Lions Den 4070 Governors Rd.   For more information contact Jack Brook 519-647-3930
Saturday, April 8th
Community Breakfast Strabane
Hosted by Optimist Club of Strabane at the Strabane United Church, 1565 Brock Rd. 8 am-12 noon.
Saturday, April 8th
Cycle for Kids
YMCA is hosting this event from 9 am – 1pm.  Money raised goes toward subsidizing memberships for those who can’t afford it. Members sign up for an hour block of time to raise money for this worthwhile event. New this year…If Spinning isn’t your thing you can now do an hour of Zumba or Aqua fit instead. Contact the YMCA for more information.  905-690-3555
Sunday, April 9th
Scott Woods Concert – Twin Fiddle Express
Canadian Fiddle Champion Scott Woods & band present an uplifting concert!   Freelton United Church, 155 Freelton Rd., Freelton See  for more details  Call 905-659-7657  for tickets.  Visa or Mastercard orders, toll free 1-855-726-8896
Saturday, April 15th
Easter Activities and Hunt for Eggs
11 am Hosted by Christ Church Flamborough, 92 Highway 8, Greensville  905-627-4045
Saturday, April 15th
Easter Egg Hunt
Hosted by Carlisle Optimist, 11 am sharp.. Held at the Baseball Diamonds at Carlisle Arena, for children aged 10 and under. Bring your basket to put your Easter treats in and meet the Easter Bunny
Tuesday, April 18th
Layettes Assembly Bee
9 am – 1 pm West Flamboro Presbyterian Church, 262 Middletown Rd. We will be packing humane clothing gifts and accessories particularly focused for new mothers and their babies in needy lands.   A wonderful opportunity for fun and meeting new friends while greatly helping this cause.  Everyone is welcome to participate – many hands make light work!  More info:  Lena 905-659-1333.
Thursday, April 20th
Annual Dinner & Live Auction
With door prizes hosted by SHARE Agricultural Foundation. 5:30 pm at Copetown Lion’s Community Centre in Copetown. This organization supports Agricultural Projects in Central and South America as well as providing Scholarships for promising students who cannot afford to pay for a High School education. For tickets call Peter 519-647-0647
Saturday, April 22nd
Chinese Dinner & Silent Auction
St James United Church, 306 Parkside Dr.  Adults $20, Children 6-12 yrs $10, under 6 yrs FREE. Tickets must be purchased in advance from the church office. 905-689-6223,
Saturday, April 22nd
Roast Beef Dinner with Pies
5 pm at Strabane United Church Heritage Hall, 1565 Brock Rd north of Conc. 8 W. Call for tickets 905-659-7347 or 905-659-7679.
Thursday, April 27th
Spring Luncheon
12 Noon Hosted by the Westover Women’s Institute. Westover Rd and 6th Concession Rd. W Tickets $12 per person. Call Mary Boyd 905-659-5144 for tickets
Thursday, April 27th
Community Luncheon
11:30 am-1:30 pm West Flamboro Presbyterian Church, 262 Middletown Rd with guest speaker Philip Lomax.  Philip will be discussing an illustrated history of the rail line running from Dundas to Copetown (a portion of the mainline from Montreal to Windsor).  Phil has recently published a very interesting book “Life on the Copetown Hill”.  Everyone welcome.  More info:
Friday, April 28th
Community Spaghetti Dinner
Grace Anglican Church, 157 Mill St N. Please contact the church office for more details 905-689-6715 or
Saturday, April29th
Mammoth Community Garage Sale
8:30 am – 1 pm hosted by Christ Church of Flamborough, 92 #8 Hwy, Greensville. Bagains, Books, Raffle, Baking, Toonie Sale, Garden items. For further information contact Rosemary 905-627-4498
Saturday, April 29th
MEC Burlington Race ONE: Trail Race
9:00 am – 1:00 pm  Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Dundas Ontario.
This trail run will bring you through the beautiful Dundas Valley and will be starting from the Dundas Valley Trail Center. Run a distance between 3.75k, 9.25k & 11.5k.  Challenge yourself and hit the trails. As the distances get longer the trails become more hilly and technical.
Saturday, April 29th
Ghost Walk – Hermitage Ruins
8 pm- 11 pm   Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Dundas Ontario  Walk into the haunted woods at night with the only tour of its kind anywhere! Experience the conflict between calm and fear. A quiet stroll in the forest mixed with dark energy from one of the oldest communities in Ontario. Soon you arrive at a place filled with ghost stories told over generations at this hidden historic gem. It’s just your group, alone in the dark with ghosts. Stories of tragic love, cults and the coachman who still walks among the trees. Parking and the Gatehouse Museum included.