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A bibliography of walking related publications. Links to related bibliographies: Theme Specific resources compiled by network members: Walking as an Aesthetic Practice. Flanerie, Literature and Film in Weimar Culture.

National Galleries of Scotland. University of Exeter Press. A Stroll Through the Paradoxes of Paris. New Ways and New Actors. Institute for International Relations. A landmark in sound, a public walk of art. Leiden and Boston, pp. The Drama Review , 58 3 , pp.

A Journal for Performance Studies , 4 1. Ideology as Performance in Dance and Everyday Movement. Duke University Press, pp. Manhattan Projects [Research and Debate], in Places , 18 1 , pp. A Journal of Performance Studies , 6 2.

The Drama Review , 59 1 , pp. Ashgate Publishing Limited, pp. Environment, Culture and Performance. Journeys Around an Exhibition , pp. Practising Place , Schiller, G. Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. Sparkes, Advances in Biographical Methods. Abingdon and New York: A Journal of the Performing Arts , 17 2 , pp. Society and Space 29 4 , pp. Peter Lang Academic Publishers, pp.

Aesthetic practice and adult education , 31 3 , pp. A Resource for Tour Guides? Investigating Site-Specific Dance Performance. The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 15 4 , pp. Lehr and John Selwood, 7 October , Winnipeg: University of Winnipeg Department of Geography. Doctoral Thesis, Concordia University. Masters Thesis, Dartington College of Arts.

The path as transect in an km autoethnographic enquiry. Doctoral Thesis, Falmouth University. Women, Art, and Urban Space, — Walking in Modern Spanish Literature.

Doctoral Dissertation, Yale University. Exploring the emotional geographies of city through walking as art, senses and embodied technologies , Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London.

Rose, Morag Women Walking Manchester: PhD thesis, University of Sheffield. The Persistence of Peripateticism. An exhibition of contemporary works based on the notion of walking. Walking Artists Network , 25 Jan. A History of Walking. New York University Press. Common Law, Walking, Unsettling Place. A Pedestrian in Paris. The writer as walker. Representation and Experience in Modern American Poetry. An Attempt to Find a Philosophy and a Creed. Mobility Problems of Adults with Chronic Conditions.

University of California Press. Essays on movement, knowledge and description. Ethnography and practice on foot. Hunting, Walking and Ecology in English Literature, — Psychogeographic Walking Tours of Toronto. Auckland Park, South Africa: Notes on a Romantic Image. University of Oklahoma Press. Walking and Pedestrianism in the 20 th Century. Notes on a Vanishing Landscape. A Rhetoric of Rhythm. Brown Walking in the European City: Quotidian Mobility and Urban Ethnography.

Till, Textures of Place: University of Minnesota Press, pp. The Cambridge Companion to Performance Studies. Cambridge University Press, pp. Care Community 9, 11— Journeys of Discovery , 4. In Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 34 1 , pp. Speech and Performance in Romantic Culture. University of Toronto Press, pp. Walking is popular among adults but is it pleasant? A framework for clarifying the link between walking and affect as illustrated in two studies.

Theory Health 7, 20— Space, place and context in anthropology , edited by S. Society and Space 26 6 , pp. Interventions to promote walking: Learning, Memory, and Cognition , 40 4 , pp. The Jane Austen Journal , 23, pp. Practice and Critique , 13 1 , pp. Palestine and the Peak District. Walking Victorian Spitalfields with Israel Zangwill.

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Pictures will follow later on GoGaspe Facebook. I found Gaspe one of the most wonderful places I ever been. I live in West Sussex, UK. I wonder if anyone remembers. We used to go to a place called bennys White bar and we try and learn french. A man always used come down in his pick-up and take us into Gaspe. One of my friends on board the ship married a local Nurse.

I wonder if they are still in Gaspe. As a wonderful opportunity for young Anglophone youth to be active in our community, the students will be on hand May 13 to welcome the first passengers of the season. Also as part of the same project, our percussionists, a group of students trained by Mr. Martin Lonergan, will have people dancing on the street with their battucada rhythms!

We are very proud of our students and their involvement and we are convinced that our legendary hospitality will make our downtown come to life. Realized by the artist, Mao Clavet, this work is the result of the relentless efforts of a group of people who undertook the mission to render homage to the women who contributed to the building of the country throughout its history.

The official registry of the financial campaign, where is inscribed the names of honored women, will be unveiled. The memory of more than women will be inscribed for evermore.

This vibrant homage hopes to highlight the determining role of women from each of the founding communities: Women who in many ways made their region and country shine.

In Memory of She is a work of the heart, an obligation to memory, an ode to the woman, a tribute to all women. It is a collective undertaking, financed by the families and organizations touched by the project. In Memory of She is unique in the country. Given as a legacy for present and future generations, the sculpture recalls that women were the guardians of the fire in families and communities.

In Memory of She honors, therefore, the women of yesterday, today and those of tomorrow. More details of this special animated ceremony, as well as, details concerning the special guests, who will be attending, will be revealed in May.

This is the tweet from Love of Reading: This contribution will serve to document the memory of people whose property was expropriated to create Forillon Parks and thereby ensure that this memory enters the history books for all time.

The present project consists of gathering, in digital audio-visual format, the personal accounts of the greatest number of former residents of Forillon.

It also shows the openness and determination of Parks Canada to work together with stakeholders and local partners with the objective of protecting and presenting the natural and cultural treasures of Forillon National Park on behalf of present and future generations.

It was a joy to see the happiness on Allan's face as Andy Patterson congratulated him and recounted how he had been and still is a vibrant part of the community. The music by Elizabeth Baird livened up the occasion and Albert Patterson served a delicious lunch. Many thanks go out to Gwen Jezni who spearheaded this event and to her very generous helpers.

On the final Saturday over breakfasts were served, about 50 people attended the snowmobile rally, and Tammy Adams did a superb job of entertaining the large crowd at carnival dance. This year's carnival was another wonderful success story. Congratulations to all those who helped make it possible. Large crowds turned out for the spaghetti supper and the rink activities that took place on the first weekend, and everyone seems to be having a great time.

We would also like to thank all who help in setting up, serving and cleaning up, many hands helped make the work a lot easier. We also need to thank all those who came to enjoy the meal, we thank you for your support. Fourteen ladies attended and, judging by the sound of the friendly chatter, everyone had a good time. Several people brought in books to share and there was a lively exchange of ideas. We welcome anyone who would like to join our group.

Just keep and eye on GoGaspe for the time and date of our next gathering. Check the Seniors' Web Site for photos. The cool crisp air and cloudless blue sky made it a perfect day for being outdoors having fun in the sun. This time, we followed the trail behind the home of Dennis and Marguerite Palmer, designed to provide varying levels of difficulty and options to suit everyone. After 75 minutes of satisfying exercise and chatter, we were welcomed by Marguerite and Dennis into their home for and a delicious lunch.

It began with a cup of warm apple cider for each of us, followed by homemade beans and bacon, homemade bread and rolls and culminating in homemade ice cream and sweets. A great big thank you goes out to this couple for their generosity, kindness and wonderful hospitality. In conclusion, it should be noted that, due in large part to the many group activities we have had during these past few years, a feeling of camaraderie has developed among this members of this wonderful group.

Friendships have deepened and the blessings of each season more fully enjoyed. We, the recycled teenagers, a term coined by Elaine Coull , are just having so much fun! Since the spring of , over 4, passes have been distributed to members of expropriated families to allow them to reconnect with their roots by visiting for free the areas that are of particular importance to them and by participating in commemorative events organized or supported by Parks Canada. Between May and October , the number of entries associated with the pass exceeded 9,, which means that, on average, pass holders have accessed the park more than twice during that period.

Parks Canada continues to pursue its commemorative work with the people whose properties were expropriated. The entire set of panels, which provide information about the later lives of the last inhabitants and thus keep our memory of them alive, will be completed and installed by For more information, please visit www.

It has been reported that the body of an elderly man was found in the remains. As such, it can now accept donations and issue receipts for income tax purposes.

Sinnett added that with the O'Hara's Point project coming to fruition, this extra income is more important than ever, if the organization is to fully achieve its goals. Anyone interested in making a financial contribution to the organization's historical and heritage mission should contact Mr.

Sinnett at , or the corporation's treasurer, Stanley Smith, at Corporation Gaspe, Berceau du Canada was founded in with the mission of spreading knowledge of Gaspe's history. In keeping with that mission, the corporation operates a walking tour highlighting key moments in the town's history. The organization also seeks to raise awareness of the town's role as the birthplace of Quebec, Canada and French North America by transforming the site' of historic Old Gaspe into a location celebrating the major players and pivotal moments in the town's history through interpretive and educational activities.

High expectations and quite a few disappointments. The disappointment goes deeper than seeing the building demolished. What hurts most was the indifference of many and the antagonistic behaviour of a few. It may be considered a victory by some, but a hollow one at that.

Yes, the eyesore is gone, as some referred to it. We put in a good effort and we thank our supporters. It was a hard battle as there was always a lack of communication from the powers that be - which astounded many in our community and other communities.

As I broke the news today, there was a general feeling of astonishment and disbelief. We and our supporters can hold our heads high - we considered the impact on our youth who deserve to know of their roots, the sacrifice of their forbearers and their proud place in history.

Hopefully a lesson has been learned from this lack of vision. And maybe, next time, things will be better. Goodbye Wakeham Hall - you deserved better. Caputo Monday December 3 The property is still home to a bird-watching tower constructed some years ago by the Town of Gaspe, and will likely become a resting area for those walking or biking around the Gaspe Bay. Check the photo on our Facebook Page top right.

Very important informations will be given on our activities. Documents and videos will be handed out. To the participants of the Quebec activity: Come out for an evening of fun and light excerise. Please come out and join us in worship, singing carols, stories, and fellowship. Goodies with hot chocolate will be served after the service. Everyone over 18 welcome. Fran Aird will be leading a worship service on Sunday November 18th at Matthews United Church in Rosebridge everyone is welcome to come join us.

Some are certain that, for a short period of time, possibly in the late 90's, it was located on the museum property. Does anyone have a photo showing the cross on that property, or proof that it was there? If so, please email me at mdp gogaspe. Penouille, a flagship tourist attraction For the past few weeks, visitors to the Penouille Peninsula have been able to observe the work in progress at the site.

They can also consult an information panel showing future facilities, their location, as well as the completion schedule. The Parks Canada team is working on a project destined to become a major attraction for residents, visitors, and cruise passengers alike.

To this end, a bicycle rental building has already been built at the entrance to the peninsula, as well as a walkway to accommodate cruise passengers at the other end of the point. Bus and bicycle shelters have also been built at various locations. In addition, Parks Canada will construct a wooden bridge at the entrance for pedestrians, bikes, and an electric shuttle.

In , a major phase of the project will get underway with the redevelopment of the information centre area. A new visitor centre will be built, along with picnic and play areas.

An electric shuttle will run along the barrier beach. Various visitor facilities for cruise ships will also be added on the western edge of the peninsula. Several other initiatives have been undertaken this year as part of this major five-year — project. A visitor experience plan has also been initiated, and an environmental assessment completed. Preparation of plans and specifications will begin shortly, with work scheduled to begin in spring Introduction to Using a Computer 25 hours Cost: It was great as usual.

For those who were unable to attend, a reminder that our cards expire on the 30th of September. Lots of sunshine and fun for all! We all talked,reminisced, laughed,sang, cooked, ate and drank till the wee hours. Hoping to have the next reunion in the Okanagan!

Watch for it in two years! We are looking for your donations of toys, books, kitchenware or other items to sell. If you are unable to bring us your donations, please call us and we will gladly come and pick them up. All types of items. Doors open at 2 p. This event will be sponsored by York River Seniors. This will be aired on Sunday Sept 09 at 8: Watch for Johnny on the Red Carpet Sunday night. Matthews United Church in Rosebridge at Fran Aird will be leading the service, come out and join us in fellowship.

The exhibition will be available for viewing until Sept 8, September 1st 4: A table will be setup for Name tags and information. They gave him the name Stephen Brian Cassidy. Stephen will be turning 60 this year and wanted to celebrate this birthday in Gaspe.

Only one suggestion, you may want to bring your own chair YaHooo Let's have a party!!!!! The approach used will cover all aspects of the realization of a finished work, from concept and design, through experiential knowledge of materials and technique, to the finishing of a three dimensional sculpture of your choice. Workshops will be for one or two individuals at a time, allowing for careful supervision and personal training in the subtleties of the art. I have been doing sculpture and many other artistic techniques for more than 40 years now and have taught a variety of sculptural techniques to people of all ages.

If you are interested, send me an email at mace. The exhibition will be available for viewinguntil Sept 14, September1st 4: Two pilot projects designed to encourage families to enjoy mountain biking and intermediate level horseback riding are currently underway. Located in the backcountry, a 5-km section at the eastern end of Les Lacs trail will now be open to horseback riders. Signage and information panels were recently posted at the wilderness camp site and along Le Portage trail.

The 2-km trail runs from the Interpretation Centre to Des-Rosiers campground, giving cyclists an opportunity to bike along the seashore on flat terrain.

Signage and information panels will be posted soon. This new service offer is being tried out in the wake of a workshop, held last April, in which some thirty people park staff and users as well as representatives from community organisations and partners participated. The goal of the workshop was to develop a long-term vision for Forillon National Park trails.

The two pilot projects appear on the list of potential projects proposed by the participants in this brainstorming activity. They also meet another park objective — providing a network of diversified trails with multiple uses and of varying degrees of difficulty that can be used by visitors of all ages. Be sure to let us know if you plan to attend 'cause we want to make sure we have enough for and beverage for all!!!! Check out our web site on the link found on gogaspe.

Nous souhaitons aussi remercier: When they arrive at the park, young adventurers receive an activity workbook to guide them on their visit.

Once they have completed the required number of activities, they receive a certificate and souvenir as tokens of their success. This new national program is available at some 60 parks, historic sites, and marine conservation areas throughout the Parks Canada network. The Xplorers program is included in the regular Parks Canada entry fee. For the list of participating sites, click here. Parks Canada manages a network of 43 national parks, national historic sites, and 4 national marine conservation areas, while setting the stage and inviting Canadians and people from around the world to engage in personal moments of inspiring discovery of our treasured natural and historic places.

We would like to thank all citizens who have in anyway contributed to making this get together possible. You know who you are Without your support it would not be possible. See you there, Weston by weston white Saturday July 28 Two short rain showers did not prevent anyone from having a great day.

About 90 people registered for lunch and bingo. The lunch was delicious and enjoyed by all. A thank you to all who donated gifts for the bingo. The day would not have been such a success with out the help of all the volunteers, with a special thank you to the younger generation.

It is especially nice to see them so willing to help. The project that most effect our community involves the construction of a multigenerational community center for the Anglophone community in Gaspe at a cost of , dollars, including a thousand dollar grant from the Government of Quebec. Work is scheduled to start in August and finish by the end of November. This is a partial transulation of an article taken from radiogaspesie. To see the full article and both projects check their website.

French only by Tony Patterson Wednesday July 18 Ste-Croix is a remarkable talent and her latest album, Canadian Girl, which I am listening to as I author this message, is a toe-tapping collection of regional songs which capture the harmony, sound and soul of our great country.

She truly captures the essence of our country in her selection of songs. Advance tickets can be purchased at these locations. Caputo Wednesday July 18 Young families are invited to join in the launch of this innovative album that will encourage children and their parents to celebrate the surrounding nature by singing, dancing and learning, inspired by the sounds of rap, a lullaby and a traditional reel.

The activity will begin at After the performance, children and their parents will be able to buy the album and meet the artist during a signing session. They can also picnic and enjoy the site together. As they wade in the water in the company of a naturalist, participants can discover the plants and animals that have chosen to live in this unique and fragile habitat.

Throughout the day, a naturalist stationed at Recreation Centre will present a series of short natural interpretation activities for visitors. The celebration will end with a roof-raising performance at the festival tent sent up next to St. Why not put on your dancing shoes and join the crowd to swing your partner and enjoy some spell-binding tales about local traditions. To hear some sound clips from Gallantine au parc Forillon, visit www.

The cookbook contains over recipes and has everything from drinks to desserts. If you would like to purchase a copy, please contact Rhonda Stewart at or rhondals hotmail. I wanted to take this opportunity to reach out to my fellow Gaspesians all across the world to ask for your help. If you know of any basketball talent whether in Canada or abroad please don't hesitate to contact me. Thank you in advance Steve Cassivi scassivi hotmail. Your support was greatly appreciated.

Thank you to all the workers and a special thank you to the non-members who gave their time so generously to help out. Advance sales to be announced shortly. Jim by James F. Caputo Monday July 9 If you would like to register your child please do so in person at camp. Camp runs from 9am until 3pm and ends on Friday. The day is filled with music, crafts, games and science experiments!

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Tires, household waste and recyclables materials are thus refused to it. For more information, just go on: The brunch was delicious and enjoyed by all who attended. After the great meal those of us who had travelled by bus continued on to Cape Hope to visit the beautiful floral nursery "Les Jardins Fleuris". The tour of the nursery with it beautiful plants was also greatly enjoyed and helped to brighten a damp and rain day.

Those who travelled by bus wish to thank the Eastern Shores School Board for prividing the bus for us. We would also like to thank our very courtious bus driver Colin Sams.

We are already looking forward to next year. The format was the same as last year with a shotgun start at The rain dampened the golf course but not the spirits of 99 golfers and 88 guests.

However, after playing three holes, the golfers enjoyed fine weather. The attendance was less than last year but the enthusiasm was high. During the game the club house was abuzz with guests renewing old friendships and catching up with news and happenings. A barbecue dinner was served with a choice of steak, chicken or veggie.

After dinner; emcee Dan Miller welcomed everyone on behalf of the organizing committee. The golf winners were announced and prizes awarded. Men's second — Jordan Williams with a score of Men's longest drive — Jeff Baird.

Closest to Pin — Floyd Boyle!! Some 63 door prizes were given to lucky attendees. Generous donors supplied many of the prizes. The organizing committee thank all attendees for supporting this event and are looking forward to the Great Gaspe Golf Tournament. They also thank Dennis Casselman and his crew for taking care of us so well. On a personal note I celebrated my 80th birthday at this event and thank all those who passed along their good wishes.

The survey results, which will be available in winter , will enable Parks Canada to devise various approaches designed to encourage harmonious coexistence of residents and bears.

This large-scale initiative constitutes the second part of a comprehensive study that Parks Canada undertook last year. During the summer season, the agency solicited the opinions of hundreds of Forillon National Park visitors. Black bears have never been aggressive toward humans within Forillon National Park.

The park strives to ensure that black bears and visitors coexist safely. For more information on the black bear, visit www. The family of Margaret and David Patterson of Wakeham would like to extend an invitation to all our family and friends to a tea party in honor of their 60th wedding anniversary on August 3,,ar Fort Haldimand Camp from 1 Pm until 4PM.

Best wishes only please!!! It was decided by those members in attendence that the 4 administrators up for re-election remain in their positions. An excellent supper was then served by Albert and Elaine Patterson. A great evening of dancing was enjoyed by all. I would like to thank everyone for making our bake sale a success.

Trudy Patterson by Trudy patterson Sunday April 22 According to all that attended and their gracious comments we received it was a great success.

The food and service was fantastic. We want to thank those who helped us along the way. Lisa Patterson made up the lists and she wanted me to tell you that she very much enjoyed the many little letters she received along with the cheques.

Go Gaspe covered the costs of the lists. To say the least we are overwhelmed with all of you wonderful Gaspesians and non Gaspesians who worked and lived there and have become a part of us. We Gaspesians have a very special bond and we are very fortunate for that. We were very happy to see 10 new faces in our midst. Several ladies signed up for membership while others browsed the shelves checking out the selection of books.

Judging by the smiling faces and lively chatter, it appeared that everyone had a great time. A big thanks to Tracy for making this an informative and "delicious" activity. To keep up to date on future events, contact me at debbie gogaspe. Residents are hopeful that this will help drain floodwaters and eleviate flooding in Sunny Bank which has occurred in 11 of the past 35 years. The York River is blocked about 8 km above the bridge joining Sunny Bank and Wakeham with more than a kilometre of ice which was dislodged as the river rose because of the excessively warm weather.

If the river were to continue rising the ice jam could easily continue down river where flooding could be disasterous. On a picture perfect day, we met at the home of Victor and Coreen Annett, and headed off up the hill into the woods. After a short walk we arrived at their sugar camp. There we relaxed outdoors at the picnic tables and chatted.

Meanwhile Coreen and Victor prepared us a delicious lunch of soup, baked beans, pancakes, rolls, sugar tarts and ample taffy on the snow, all homemade. After such a wonderful season of winter activities, it is with a heavy heart that we are putting our snowshoes away until next year. Quite amazing for Gaspe March Brisk wind and warm weather has caused rivers to rise and signs of spring are everywhere. Unfortunately it is not supposed to last It looks as if we will have an early spring.

Wakeham York Winter Carnival was a great success again this year. Congratulations to the organizers for all their hard work. The hall was nicely decorated and fine china was used for the tea and delicious lunch. The seniors have been very busy lately — snowshoeing, senior dancing, bowling and kurling as well as playing and tuck.. The happy couple live in Calgary, Alberta. We wish them many happy years together.

Visitation was at the Fortin Funeral Home with the funeral service at St. Andrews Church York on February 24th. Congratulations to Tyler and Lisa on the birth of their little daughter Ryann. Very proud great grandmother is Pearl Patterson and great grandfather Murray Patterson. Doug and Dorinda will meet their new granddaughter when they visit her in Barrie, Ontario the third week of March.

Meetings are being held to try to come to some decision for the future of the Greater Parish of Gaspe. The first meeting took place at St. The second meeting is scheduled for Saturday, March 17th. We know he will do a superb job. Get well wishes to Curzon Patterson of York who was recently in the Hotel Dieu Hospital and also to his wife, Elaine, who is recovering from knee surgery.

A speedy recovery is wished for both of them. An open house was held at her home in Wakeham on February 18th so family and friends could celebrate with her. Merle enjoyed her day and received many nice gifts, flowers and good wishes. Hope you all had a wonderful day. Our deepest sympathy to family and friends on the sudden passing of Gary Paul of Haldimand. Gary passed away on February 27th.

Our thoughts are with all the family at this time. Happy Birthday to Pam Patterson, our leap year baby, who celebrated her 40th on February 29th.

Hope your day was great Pam and we wish you many leap year birthdays to come. We no longer see a depanneur in Sunny Bank This store which has seen many owners over the last years has closed its doors and is now demolished. We will all certainly miss this handy little store which provided us with so many everyday items.

Congratulations to Margaret and David Patterson who celebrated their 60th anniversary on February 26th. Their daughters, Shirley and Alma came home for the weekend to be with their mom and dad on this happy occasion.

Their son, Paul, spent the winter here in Gaspe so was also home at this time. This is the 10th year for such an event and the two hundred cross country skiers traveled kilometers in the Gaspesie. It was quite a spectacular thing to see all of the skiers coming across the bay. Happy Birthday wishes going out to Mr. Frank Leblanc who turns 90 on February 18th. We wish him good health and happiness in the coming year. All proceeds went toward the Education Fund for students leaving the area to further their education.

Gaspe News by Ivy Miller- March Beautiful sunny weather continues — had a major snow storm on February 25th but apart from that not a whole lot of snow for Gaspe this year. A beautiful, sunny morning and very inviting trails were enjoyed by all.

You may have put aside the blue insert that was inside the 'Pharillon' last week, if you have mispplaced it, the mailing address is 'The Gaspe Cancer Foundation' P. Box , Gaspe, Qc.

Starting at 10 a. Be sure to dress warmly and bring your lunch the campground service building will be heated. Nature can be very clever! Snow Castle Contest From 1 p. Your architecture skills could win you a prize! In addition to these activities, the Park team will be hosting workshops on winter and wilderness survival skills, queenzy building, and nature discovery. There will also be a draw for door prizes! It will be groomed for travel on foot, snowshoes, or skis. Les Petites Maisons du Parc has kindly offered to lend out skis, snowshoes, and kicksleds to those interested limited quantity.

To learn more about the delights of winter at Forillon National Park, visit www. I can remember buying ice cream in cones from Mrs Rob Palmers Store around This store was located near Heathers beauty salon and was sold to Bruce and Ralph Patterson in Delivery service was provided to the homes of the many faithful customers around the Gaspe bay, winter and summer, and a dry goods department was opened in a new wing where gift items, cards, paint, nails, fishing and hunting equipment was sold.

Dale Miller and Wanda then bought and operated this store successfully for several years, followed by Andre Jean and Claudette Eden. They then sold the store to Joanne Jean and Ghislain Shaw who operated the store until the flood of December 15th , when they lost much of their stock, and the building was badly damaged as water backed up 43 inches, behind the access to the bridge. Because they had only owned the store for a short time, and with the many delays in Government financial aid, they were not in a position financially to move the store as required by the government stipulations.

For this reason the last Sunny Bank store will close its doors and the buildings will be demolished within the next two months. This store will be missed by many local residents. After an invigorating hike, everyone returned to the cozy chalet to enjoy the warmth of the wood fire and a delicious lunch.

Seven ladies were present and spent a pleasant afternoon engaged in informal discussion relating to reading tastes, favorite authors etc.

This was followed by refreshments and a lively chat on a variety of topics. It was a great chance to get together, meet new people and have fun. We hope to have our second meeting in early April. Anyone wishing to join the group should contact Debbie by phone at or by email at Debbie gogaspe. It would appear that Transport Quebec has accepted responsibility for the damage resulting when their causeway blocked the normal flow of the York River in December, Residents hope that the 10 metre bridge will help prevent a recurrence in the future.

The letter is written as follows: This is coordinated by the Office of Culture and Heritage. Proposals on August 31, Transportation was arranged for those needing a lift, thus giving all of our most elderly, the opportunity to come and join in the fun. The valentine centerpieces, tablecloths, along with heart shaped cookies and decorated cakes, made for a very attractive setting.

Debbie Sams, Norma MacDonald and Johnny Cotton provided the entertainment with a lively selection of instrumentals and sing-along numbers that had several people up dancing in the aisles. What a great way to share together such a blustery cold day. Members have been encouraged to visit shut-ins incapable of participating in such activities and we were delighted to learn that two of our group brought cakes, made tea, and spent an afternoon chatting with a once very vibrant member of our community.

In conclusion we'd like to thank everyone who helped make this event such a huge success. Our deepest sympathy to the family of Weston Mullin who passed away in Quebec City on January 11th after a short illness.

Get well wishes to Alex Baird of Douglastown who was in the hospital in early January. We hope he is feeling much better now. A very happy birthday to Mrs. Ella Gillis of Wakeham who celebrated her 90th birthday on January 19th.

Best wishes for a healthy and happy year and keeping looking young! Mary Miller from Sandy Beach recently celebrated her 95th birthday on January 23rd. A birthday party was held at the home of her brother, Mr. Everyone had a very enjoyable afternoon visiting with these two wonderful senior citizens. Our deepest sympathy is being extended to family and friends of Alpheus Patterson of Wakeham. Visitation and the funeral service, officiated by Rev.

Fran Aird, took place at St. James Church Wakeham on January 18th. Burial of ashes to take place at a later date. Alpheus will be certainly missed in the community. We hope he is feeling much better soon. A very happy birthday to the Eden twins who turned 87 years young on February 1st. We hope they had a wonderful day.

We were enjoyably entertained by Elizabeth Baird and her guitar. Several draws took place during the afternoon while we enjoyed wine and cheese. Their son Tony who lives in Vancouver also joined them in Montreal. Lori, Andrew and their three little ones also spent some time with them in Montreal. Get well wishes to Elaine Patterson of York who has recently had a knee replacement. We hope she is up and around real soon. Muriel and Linda Cass are back in Wakeham after spending the holidays and the month of January with Valerie and family in Montreal.

It is nice to see them back. The Funeral service was held at St. James Church in Moncton on February 7th. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Hope our weather holds out so everyone can get out and enjoy all the carnival activities. Wish we were close to celebrate with you! May your day be filled with love and happiness! Meet us on Saturday, January 28 at 5 p. You might be surprised to find out.

Snowshoeing will start at 10 a. Fees will be charged for park entry and meals. Snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, kicksledding, and interpretation activities are on the program. So many different ways to enjoy winter Cross-country skiing enthusiasts are blessed with a vast network of trails over 40 km of maintained trails taking them through breathtaking forest and mountain winter landscapes.

And snowshoers are in for a treat as well. And why stop at the tried-and-true classics when you can shake things up a bit with off-trail skiing or kicksledding? To find out more about the full range of winter options at Forillon National Park visit www. For information on winter accommodation options visit www. Forillon National Park is proud to offer the public new ways to discover or rediscover the park in winter.

The Park team plans to continue diversifying its winter activity offerings in collaboration with the local community. James Church in Wakeham. Visitation will be from 1: At this time I would like to wish everyone a very happy and healthy New Year.

Melba Patterson celebrated a special birthday on December 8th. Hope your day was a great one and have a wonderful year. A happy belated birthday to Earl Assels of Sunny Bank who celebrated his 60th birthday on December 10th. Have a great year, Earl. Our deepest sympathy to the family of Mrs. The funeral service was held at the Fortin Funeral Home on December 22nd. Burial of ashes will take place this summer. Our condolences to the family of Mr.

Visitation and funeral service took place at the Fortin Funeral Home on December Karen and Emile Patterson had an amazing Christmas gift this year. Their baby boy, Gabriel, was born on Christmas Eve. Congratulations to the happy family.

Wilma Roberts of Sandy Beach is feeling much better after her stay in the hospital before the Christmas holiday. They also visited Faye and Blair Miller and family in Guelph. Heather and Dean Patterson were happy to have their family home for the holidays. They had a wonderful winter holiday, enjoying the great outdoors of Gaspe. Our deepest sympathy to family and friends of Earle Coffin of Wakeham who passed away at Monsigneur Ross on December 23rd.

Visitation and prayers took place at the Fortin Funeral Home on December 27th with burial of ashes to be held this summer. Two other sisters of Marjorie, Ella and Ginny, were also here at this time and stayed with her until after the New Year.

A very happy 90th birthday on January 9th to Mr. Ivan Patterson of Sandy Beach. Christmas Eve service was held in St. Andrew's Anglican Church in York, this year, with over a hundred people attending. Deacon Lorna Baird conducted this beautiful service, and Karen Briand and the choir provided us with wonderful music. Get well wishes to Andy Patterson of Sunny Bank who recently had surgery. We wish him a speedy recovery and also a happy 60th birthday on January 5th. Cindy Eden had a wonderful surprise at her 50th birthday celebration— When she opened a large birthday present her brother Blair from Kamloops, B.

Ellen Patterson was happy to have her son, Jeremy, of Sherbrooke home for the holidays. Jeremy is presently teaching at Champlain College in Lennoxville. We hope she is feeling much better soon. It looks like the ice is thick enough for the fishing shacks which seem to be appearing at this time. York Rink has been operating since before the holidays —we hope it will be a good winter for all outdoor sports. The first activity will be "Kurling" which will be held at the GES starting at 7pm.

The activities schedule is available on the York River Seniors web page located on the gogaspe web site.

We have a lot of different events planned for coming months and hope to see you there. Andrew's Anglican Church in York, and over a hundred people participated in the celebration.

On behalf of the congregation, I'd like to extend a big thank-you to Rev. Lorna Baird for conducting an inspirational service, and to Karen Briand and the choir for the wonderful music.

It was very uplifting to see such a wonderful turn-out. The schedule remains the same as last year. Come and enjoy the fun, see you there! All the church sales are over and I believe every one was a great success again this year- with good crowds and delicious afternoon teas. Ron Mundle of Wakeham is recovering from a knee replacement. Gilbert and Elaine Coull were very happy to have their daughter, Treena and grandson Ben from Montreal to spend the weekend of October 29th.

Belated Happy Birthday wishes going out to some November people: Lisa Reilly - 3rd and Chris Miller on the 4th. Lorna Baird on the 7th. Linda Mullin — a special one on the 19th. On Sunday, November 6th Elizabeth Baird Coffin had a surprise birthday party for her mother, Lorna Baird in honour of her 80th birthday. It was held at the Seniors Room in Wakeham and a large crowd attended to wish Lorna a very happy birthday.

Our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Adeline Baird who passed away after a length illness, at the Hotel Dieu in Gaspe on November 11th A service of prayers and songs was held at the Funeral Parlor in Gaspe on November 19th. Adeline worked for Multi Service and will be sadly missed by her co-workers, clients, family and friends. Sophie came into the world in a hurry and the happy parents were at the hospital only a half hour before she arrived.

Sophie is a little sister for Charlie and Connor. Happy Birthday to Pearl Patterson who celebrated her birthday on December 1st. Best wishes for a healthy and happy year to come! A very special birthday wish to Gladys Coffin who has her 90th birthday on December 2nd.

Gladys is now living in York with Carter and Ada Coffin. Happy Birthday to Carter on the 23rd. Get well wishes to Desmond Miller of Wakeham who has just undergone surgery. Best wishes to Dessie for a speedy recovery. A special birthday wish to Louise Miller Nichum who lives in Denmark. Louise was 40 on December 3rd. Hope you had a great day Louise! We wish him well and hope he will be feeling better real soon. We were entertained with Christmas Songs by a lot of good local talent.

I believe the highlight of the afternoon was when Johnny Girard came on stage with his saxophone — it had been forty years since he entertained an audience but he still sounds terrific. Lots of delicious sweets and coffee were served.

A painting donated by Ron Mundle was won by Stella Grant. All proceeds from this afternoon went to the local Cancer Association. More information will be posted following our committee's first planning meeting in early January.

Hope to see you all there! As usual, the first weekend was rainy but as the hunt continued the weather improved. She was a beautiful lady who will be missed dearly by family and friends.

Get well wishes to Mrs. Ella Gillis of Wakeham who has been in Quebec undergoing an operation. Her son, Kevin from Edmonton, Alberta flew home to be with his mother in Quebec. We hope she will have a speedy recovery and back into all her favorite activities soon. The York River Seniors have been very active lately. At the first of October they boarded a bus for Forillon Park for the Changing of the Colors, stopping at Rosebridge Hall for breakfast.

A Card Party was held on Friday, October 14th. She did a little shopping, lots of baking, and enjoyed her visit with her family. Deepest sympathy to the family of Ronald Matterson of Gaspe who passed away on September 25th. Funeral services were held at the Cathederal in Gaspe on September 28th. Faye and Blair Miller of Guelph, Ontario were home the middle of September to visit family and friends.

They had wonderful weather while here and Blair got some golfing in. While here they celebrated the 90th birthday of his mother, Hazel Patterson of Sunny Bank. Our condolences to the family of Gary Mabe who passed away on October 22nd. Gary was originally from Corner of the Beach. We hope she is feeling much better. Tilly and Alvin Patterson from Manitoudwadge were home for two weeks visiting family and friends.

While here Alvin went moose hunting with his father, Carleton Patterson. He was one of the lucky hunters. Funeral services were held at the St. Marjorique Church on October 22nd. She will be sadly missed by family and friends. Get well wishes to Ovelan Syvret who is in the hospital in Montreal and recently had surgery.

Vernice and Barrie Dumaresq went to Ottawa to attend the wedding of their nephew, and grandson of Selwyn and Sadie Dumaresq. On October 10th they attended the 80th birthday of Selwyn. The next weekend we went to Canmore. We were very happy to be able to celebrate with our beautiful granddaughter, Maria, on her eleventh birthday on October 17th.

Paul's Church in Gaspe. It was great to have so many in the community both young and older working together to help. We would also like to thank Albert and Elaine Patterson for offering to be in charge of organizing the event.

As it was a warm evening people were able to be outside on the patio, enjoying drinks and good company. The dinner was buffet style, even trying to taste a little of each thing, plates were full! Everyone sat around tables that were placed facing each other, a good way to chat while eating. Tables were delightfully decorated for the occasion. Good company, good drinks, good foodwhat else could one ask for, except a second piece of pie!!

Billy Boyle has returned to his home in Mississauga after being a travelling man since June. First off to the Gaspe Golf Tournament, then to his home in Gaspe, from there he motored out west and north, back to Kapuskasing for a wedding, back to Gaspe and now he is in Ontario for the winter.

While in Paris they became engagedanother wedding to look forward to. The weather co-operated and the wedding day was delightfully warm and sunny. About guests attended the ceremony in the Anglican Church in Kapuskasing. Pictures were taken at a park nearby, a lovely location by the river. Reception was held at Knights of Columbus Hall. Ryan Palmer, brother of the bride did a most satisfactory job as M.

Much music talent from both sides of the family kept everyone entertained well into the night. My favorite was an 89 year old uncle who played the guitar and sang, "You Are My Sunshine" My kind of music! Society and Space 29 4 , pp.

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