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150th Anniversary Lucknow Presbyterian Church

Sunday, May 28, 11 a.m. Guest minister, Rev. Theresa McDonald-Lee, executive director at Camp Kintail. Special music by the Kingsbridge Quartet. Lunch and fellowship to follow. All welcome.


29 May
Dickies Creek Restoration Open House

05:00 PM | 457 Campbell St. Lucknow

Lucknow Mill Poind and Dam Info Session

Monday May 29th, 5-8:00 p.m. 
457 Campbell Street, Lucknow (by the Dam)

We would like to invite you to an open house regarding the Lucknow Mill Pond. 

As many of you are likely aware, the dam is in rapid decline posing a risk to human health. The dam and pond also threaten the health of local natice Brook Trout populations within Dickie's Creek. 

Protekta is working with the Maitland Valley Conservation Authority and Trout Unlimited Canada to determine the best course of action to support the fish, wildlife and natural plants that inhabit the ecosystem. 

The propsed plan is to remove the dam. This will help to restore the stream back to its original flow, improve water temperatures and re-establish a healthy plant community that supports the ecosystem. 

31 May
Rosewood RVilla Annual Night for Mental Health

05:30 PM | FIG Studio Kitchen Ripley

Rosewood RVilla is pleased to announce the 4th Annual Night of Mental Health!

May 31 5:30 p.m.
Fig Studio Kitchen in Ripley
Tickets are $60 and include dinner.

We are excited to Welcome Zhilkin’s Vision as our Keynote Speaker Zhilkin’s Vision, created by Lauren Shoss and Danny Zhilkin, is an organization seeking to advocate for the destigmatization and prioritization of mental health in sports. Driven by their own experiences as athletes, Lauren and Danny hope to provide accessible information about mental health while providing a platform for athletes to reflect upon their mental health and share their stories and experiences in hopes of starting conversations and raising awareness in the sports community. You can learn more about Zhilkin’s Vision on Instagram (@zhilkinsvision) or at

According to the World Health Organization, around 450 million people currently struggle with mental illness, making it the leading cause of disability worldwide. Here at home, it affects more than 6.7 million of us. In fact, one in two Canadians have—or have had—a mental illness by the time they reach 40 years of age.

We hope you will join us for this incredible event where all the proceeds will go towards two local grass root organizations The Tanner Steffler Foundation and Wingham Mental Health Matters. 

For tickets simply contact Cathy Pennington at Rosewood RVilla or call the home 519-395-0225

If you can not attend our event and you want to offer a donation or participate in our Sponsorship package please contact Cathy Pennington as well.

Together we can make a difference!