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Bookaleidoscope by Aimie Botelho, Richmond Hill's Artist in Residence, On display until September 30th at the Richmond Hill Central Library

Experience the magic of our artist in residence installation at the Richmond Hill Central Library Garden to see how books introduce us to new perspectives and understanding.

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Municipal Election: Let's start thinking about who we will elect

In less than three months we will have elected a new municipal council.  We need to start thinking about our choices. This past Friday was the last day to file nomination papers.

So, our choices are:

Mayor

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Stan Daneman's 360 Kids Food & Clothing Drive

Stan Daneman has launched his third campaign to bring in food and new clothing items for 360kids. This shelter provides a critical service to the homeless kids from York Region.

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Jimmy Brennan aims to unite York Region with attractive brand of soccer

The newly-named York 9 FC head coach has plenty of experience playing for and running soccer clubs in the area, whether as the executive director of Aurora FC, or as a young upstart donning the shirts of youth clubs in the Toronto area.

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Anxiety, Depression, Dementia & Learning Disorders: The Gut-Brain Axis Explained!

The Gut-Brain Axis and the research around it has long been a topic mired in “researcher speak”, that is to say, lots of complicated terms that mean very little to anyone who doesn’t work in a lab or read scientific literature for fun.

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"How To Stay Mindful Throughout The Day" by Manisha Melwani - Teacher, Writer & Speaker

“Where did the day go?”—Is this a question you often ask yourself?

Were you so busy getting things done that you not only lost track of the time, but also of yourself?

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Richmond Hill Midget Tournament. A 50 Year Celebration will be happening!

Chances are if you played hockey in Ontario in the 1970s, 80s and 90s, your journey took you through Richmond Hill for the annual Richmond Hill International Midget Hockey Tournament.

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ON EXHIBIT at the Richmond Hill Heritage Centre: CANSCAIP Illustrator Artwork Exhibit

 

Celebrate children’s stories and the magic of illustration.

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