Starting in 2015, the Saturday of Easter weekend has seen The Cornerstone Church in Gananoque holding a colossal Easter Egg Hunt on the church grounds as a way to reach out to the local community. But due to COVID-19, things are going to be different this year.
“This year has been hard,” said Pastor Mike Hatheway (Lead Pastor at The Cornerstone). “Plain and simple. We’re all tired, stressed and we really miss being with people. And so the Easter Egg Hunt gives us a chance to love our neighbours and bring back some of that joy and hope that’s been missing. That’s what Easter is all about. And our church wants to shout that new life is on the way.”
Wednesday, April 22, 1970, was glorious. It was early spring in southern New Hampshire and the earth had decided to give up its white blanket of snow and push forth as much green as it could get away with on such short notice. The sun was warm and pleasant, and the black flies had as yet to come out in full force as students from 12 -18 years of age gathered outside the dining hall on main campus to be given garbage bags and instructions. Continue reading →
(GANANOQUE, ON) – St. Joseph Catholic Elementary School in Gananoque wants you to come on down to 235 Georgianna Street for a day of fun, family oriented activities.
“The Annual Fun Fair will be held on Saturday, October 5th, from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon,” says the school. “This is a great event for families that includes auctions, raffle tables, bake table, fish pond, air castles, and much more. – to read more>