Canadian clean tech companies are true global leaders by finding solutions to tough environmental challenges through innovation, including the development of a safe, bio-based formula to protect the environment and firefighters when combating fires.
The Lennox & Addington County Museum & Archives is offering a variety of family-friendly events and activities this March Break.
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It's a St. Patrick’s Day-inspired edition of Museum Kids on Saturday, March 3rd at 10am. Adelle Webster from Glocca Morra Farms will be on hand to help kids make their very own hand felted shamrock brooch.
Felting is the art of sticking wool fibres together with the use of a needle and foam block. The wool locks itself together with multiple punctures and becomes firm and pliable enough to create shapes and sculptures. Children aged 4-plus, with the assistance of a parent or guardian, will enjoy working on this fun craft.
Direct Coil’s incredibly rapid growth and international success demonstrates how entrepreneurship, coupled with specialized industry expertise, can result in a massive, international-scale business in a surprisingly rapid timeframe.
The Millhaven based company, which specializes in industrial heating and cooling coils for a variety of HVACR applications (furnaces, air conditioning units, and most equipment involving air movement) started in 2007.
We have three great events going on this March Break across L&A County! These events are free and registration is not required. Drop in for some fun!
Tuesday, March 13th at 10:30am
Kristin reviews Alias Grace, one of Margaret Atwood's most popular novels. It's a book that is suddenly back in the spotlight since being adapted into a television show for Netflix.
Prince Edward-Lennox and Addington Social Services (PELASS), as the Consolidated Municipal Services Manager (CMSM) for the Counties of Prince Edward and Lennox and Addington, is seeking to select a qualified and experienced not-for-profit organization for the management and operation of EarlyON Child and Family Centres. A lead proponent will be selected for each of the Counties of Prince Edward and Lennox and Addington.
Please note that this workshop is sold out. Spark Box Studios will be on hand at the Lennox & Addington County Museum & Archives to teach the art of Pysanky on Saturday, March 3rd from 1:30 - 3:30pm. This is the first in a new series of Heritage Arts Workshops happening at the museum, located at 97 Thomas Street East in Napanee.
It seems with every passing year there are more novels that take a sledgehammer to genre conventions. Well, these “genre-benders” are helping literature evolve and, most importantly for voracious readers, they can serve as a bridge into uncharted genre territories.