The Y focuses their work in 3 key areas, of youth development, healthy living and social responsibility because the YMCA believes nurturing the potential of kids, helping people live healthier and supporting neighbors are fundamental to strengthening our communities. Try the Y today call 987-6400.
YMCA of the Blue Water Area Healthy Kids Day takes place Saturday, April 26th – from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There are free activities for every age group from infant to 17 years of age. Then it is Splashdown in the Recreation Pool from 1:00 – 5:00 pm. (Splashdown is free to Y members and only $5 for non-members) – call the Y today at 987-6400.
First United Methodist has an after school homework program that meets from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. Wednesdays through June 4 for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. A snack will be provided. For details please call 810-985-8107.
The “Tenth Annual Lexington Tierney Harbor Park Clean-up” is set for Saturday, May 3rd from 9:00am – 12:00noon with a rain date of May 10th. Lunch will be provided to volunteers. The park clean-up is sponsored by “The Lake Shore Garden Club of Lexington”, The Lexington Business Association and ” The Lexington Parks and Recreation”committees. Volunteers of school and church groups are welcome along with members of Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and other volunteer groups. Volunteers are asked to bring along own gardening tools: rakes, brooms, shovels, trimming shears etc. and your gloves. For further information, please call Violet, 810-359-8454.
St. Clair County Community College vocal students will present “Ode to the Theatre” on Friday, April 25. The recital is at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Theatre on the college’s Port Huron campus. A reception will follow. Admission is free. Vocal students are directed by SC4 adjunct music instructor Cheryl Kaski. For details, call (810) 989-5709.
A Mexican Fiesta will be held May 5th from 5 to 9 pm at the Yale Senior Center at 3 First Street in Yale. A Mexican buffet will be available from 5 to 7 which will include a taco bar, enchiladas, Spanish rice, taco soup and cinnamon tortilla chips with ice cream. Music, dancing, games and food. Tickets and more information available at the Yale Senior Center 810-387-2425.
E-Bikes provide all the advantages of a regular bicycle: fun, fresh air, free parking, zero emissions and with no licence, registration or plates required almost anyone can ride them. Imagine riding up a hill as comfortably as riding down, that’s what the e-bike experience is all about. Sarnia E Bikes have models that are power assisted when pedalling and others you can just turn the throttle and go. At about 10 or 15 cents a charge, riding an electric bike will be easier and cheaper than any car or public transit. Sarnia E Bikes is now under new ownership and located at 758 Campbell Street. With E-Bikes continuing to gain popularity new owner Dave Matchett is excited about the business. Sarnia E Bikes will continue to offer both sales and service to all makes and is looking forward to serving both previous and new customers. To find out more give Sarnia E-Bikes a call at 519-383-2429.