There are several items coming up to mark on your calendar related to Williamsville and people of Williamsville. They appear according to priority rather than chronological order. If you know someone in Williamsville who would appreciate this information, please forward them this email.
1. Development proposal for Princess & Victoria – put the Williamsville Main Street Study to the test. A proposal for a 144 unit, 498 bedroom development will be presented to the Planning Committee on Thursday November 1, starting at 6:30pm in City Hall Council Chambers. This is a public meeting at which you may speak to voice your opinion. You may also submit your opinion in writing. We will post information at www.williamsville.ca as soon as it is available.
2. Memorial Centre Memorial Wall unveiling – will take place Tuesday October 30, 1:30pm RSVP email@example.com or 613-546-4291 ext. 1715
3. Williamsville Town Hall – Councillor Jim Neill will host a Town Hall meeting on Thursday November 15, starting 6:30pm at Calvin Park Library. Your Williamsville Community Association will also hold a short meeting during this time. Details to follow.
4. Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market – great news, it’s extended! The fall season begins Sunday October 28 and continues until Sunday December 16. Please note the new hours of 10:00am to 2:00pm.
5. Bader International Study Centre – interested in what goes on in a castle? You can find out what is on at Herstmonceux Castle, Sussex UK by attending a variety of lectures at Queen’s U. starting this Wednesday October 24. Kingston archaeologist and Williamsville resident Sue Bazely will introduce the archaeology session on Tuesday October 30, 6:30pm Macdonald Hall on Union St. For details see http://www.queensu.ca/bisc/news/BISCatQueens2012.html
6. Public Forum on Alcohol Report – join the KFLA and keynote speaker Ann Dowsett Johnston on Monday November 5 from 6:30-9:00pm at Davies Hall, St. Lawrence College, 100 Portsmouth Ave.
7. St. Luke’s Australian Concert – with Glenn Foster and Jason Pedherney, Saturday November 24, 2:00pm at St. Luke’s Princess and Nelson Street. Tickets $10 adult, $7 student at the door or call 613-542-5501.
8. Roadworks scheduled for 2014 – it may seem like a long way off, but . . . get ready for Princess – Bath to MacDonnell, Drayton – Princess to Concession, Tower – Princess to Concession, Albert – Princess to just north of Mack, Frontenac – Jenkins to York.