The Little Green Library, with the financial support of the new KIA automobile dealership in Huntingdon, is pleased to invite children from the area to watch an animated film My Life as a Zucchini during the March break. The film will be presented on Monday, March 5 at 10:30 a.m. in English and on Wednesday, […]
The ADDS income tax clinic is back! As of Monday February 26th you can call us at 450-264-6888 to make an appointment.
The library’s annual general meeting will be held on Monday, February 19 at 1:30 p.m. at the library, at 4 Lorne street in Huntingdon. The meeting offers a good opportunity to receive information, elect representatives to the Board of Directors and participate in the library’s life. There will be six positions up for election on […]
The second edition of The World’s Smallest Animation Film Festival will be held on Saturday, January 20 at 7:30 p.m. in The Little Green Library in Huntingdon. It is the only festival in the Haut-Saint-Laurent and region dedicated exclusively to animated film. The Festival will present films from animators around the world, including 2D, 3D […]
To get 2018 off to a good start, Cine-Cinema is pleased to present Les rois mongols, the latest film by Luc Picard, Quebec actor and filmmaker. This drama for all takes place in Montreal in October 1970. When 12 year-old Manon learns that she and her brother are soon to be placed in a foster […]
The Little Green Library is pleased to announce a new art exhibition of paintings by Noella Quesnel. Ms. Quesnel has been a resident of Huntingdon for the past 50 years and is well known for her skill as a dressmaker. From1967 until 2009 she worked as a sewing and substitute teacher at the Arthur Pigeon […]
A survey has been sent out, to the Municipalities of Howick and Très-Saint-Sacrement, to help identify activities to organize next year. If you have received the survey, please fill it and help us offer the best suited events by indicating the ones you would like to participate in. Thank you for your help.
Join the Avalon Singers with their director, Pamela Selkirk, for a North American celebration of Christmas on Saturday, December 23, at the St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Huntingdon. The choir will present a programme of music recounting the Christmas story, a story familiar to all of us: a baby born into the world in harsh […]
Fundraising Christmas bake sale on Saturday December 16 at the Little Green Library In order to raise funds to help cover the library’s operating costs, the volunteers will be holding its traditional bake sale on Saturday, December 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the library at 4 Lorne in Huntingdon. On sale will […]
In December, Cine-Cinema presents Lion, a film for the entire family Acclaimed as inspiring, touching and luminescent, a happy movie, perfect for the holidays, by film critic, Elizabeth Lepage-Boily, the film Lion is an adaptation of an autobiographical story by Saroo Brierley (A Long Way Home) directed by Garth Davis in 2016. Starring Rooney Mara, […]
On December 6 2017, the Alfred-Langevin cultural Hall will launch its hidden exhibition ” The unsuspected talents of the MRC’s employees “. This exhibition — which is not part of the regular Alfred-Langevin Hall program, will highlight the works of the employees of the MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent. Drawings, photos, musical pieces, poems and much more […]
The Madrigal Choir will be presenting two Christmas Concerts for the coming Holidays. Our first concert will be held in St-Luke’s Anglican Church in Hemmingford at 8:00 p.m on December 8th. The second will take place in Saint-Malachie’s Catholic Church in Ormstown at 8:00 p.m. on December 9th. The cost of a ticket is 15$ […]
ARE YOU TROUBLED BY SOMEONE’S DRINKING? HUNTINGDON AL-ANON FAMILY GROUP CAN HELP ANNIVERSARY MEETING AA Speaker Al-Anon Speaker MONDAY, NOV. 13 7:30 PM St. John’s Anglican Church 18 King st Huntingdon Refreshments! Free! All Welcome!
The Little Green Library is pleased to announce its next art exhibition by Diane Rainville, a resident of St-Anicet for the past 11 years. Five years ago, she took a course in painting with acrylics; however, the medium did not appeal to her at all. Happily, her professor suggested she try working with pastels… an […]
A Film about the cultural heritage of the MRC Haut-Saint-Laurent. Notre patrimoine en mouvement from Alain Boisvert on Vimeo.
My great great grandparents, Domitille Robidoux (06/06/1836, St. Anicet, Ontario Canada-05/25/1912, Joplin, Missouri, USA) and Antoine Chatelle (05/05/1827, Canada-05/05/1827-05/25/1912, Joplin, Missouri, USA) were my great great grandparents. Domitille and her parents resided in St. Anicet. She and Antoine married in Ogdensburg, New York. They had eight or nine children with many more to grace their […]
The Family Health COOP in a non-profit organization that has offered nursing services since November 1st, 2015. Working towards optimal first line and supportive health care with respect and dignity for all. Our clinic serves the Haut St. Laurent with our base in the Howick/Très St. Sacrement municipality.
Journées de la culture On Saturday, September 30, as part of the culture days weekend, Peter Baker, an antiquarian residing in Elgin, will be on hand at 2:00p.m. to present and sell a book he published recently: Celebrating Canada – Decorating with History in a Contemporary Home in the English version and Le Canada chez soi – […]
Ciné-Cinema opens the new season with the film, Django Following the summer break, Ciné-Cinema will begin the new season by presenting the biographical chronicle, DJANGO, by Étienne Comar (2017), with Reda Kateb, Cécile de France and Beata Palya, in its original French version. This film, suitable for all ages, will be screened on Friday, September […]