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July / 2017 having 94 events !
St. John's Presbyterian Church Tom Jeffrey Pastor. Sunday Worship 10 a.m. followed by Fellowship Hour. The Door is always open, why not join us?
Port Stanley United Church Service of Worship at 10:30 a.m. followed by a time of fellowship. Come join us. We are now wheelchair friendly and barrier free.
Port Stanley & Community 55+ Club Meets every Monday 1:30 - 4 p.m. to play Euchre at the Masonic Centre, Fruitridge Line and Sunset Drive. For info call 519-782-4801 (John Brenders) or 519-685-2101 (Marie Geerts).
Port Stanley Community Policing Requires volunteers. To help protect your village, call 519-782-3934 or email pscp@rogers.com
Al-Anon Meeting, Christ Anglican Church 7:30 p.m. every Friday. If there is an alcohol/drug problem of a family member or friend that is affecting you, the Alanon Family Groups may be able to help you.
Port Stanley Village Association meets the second Thursday of the month 7 - 8:30 p.m. at the Legion. All welcome.

PSTR'S COMPLETE LINE TOUR

on: Saturday, July, 01, 2017 at 11:00:AM
at: PSTR at 309 Bridge Street, Port Stanley
PSTR'S COMPLETE LINE TOUR
Every Saturday in July and August a Train departs Port Stanley at 11:00 AM. Ninety minute, 22.5 Km round trip from Port Stanley to Parkside and return. This train does NOT operate into downtown St. Thomas. Train will stop at Whytes Park on the return trip for photos. Regular train line fare in affect for this ride: Adults $15.00 Children 2-14 $9.00. Reservations not required.  more info...

On A First Name Basis

on: Saturday, July, 01, 2017 at 2:00:PM
at: Port Stanley Festival Theatre at 302 Bridge Street
On A First Name Basis
"On A First Name Basis" by Norm Foster
from June 7th to July 1st.
"A love story, a social commentary, and a mystery wrapped in witty dialogue and vivid imagery." David Kilbride has 12 successful spy novels and three failed marriages to his credit, he also has a housekeeper who's had 28 years of watching from the sidelines! What happens when employer and employee sit down and become acquainted on a first name basis? A masterful new Canadian comedy classic by Canada's favourite playwright.  more info...


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