Monthly Archives: April 2015

Reuse the Shoes- Soccer Shoe Swap

Hey Exhibition Park- soccer shoes don't fit anymore? Join the 'REUSE THE SHOES' Soccer Shoe Swap! Central Public School is hosting a Reuse the Shoes School and Community Soccer Shoe Swap this week: Earth Day Wednesday (April 22) 7:00-7:45pm Thursday (April 23) 3:15-4:00 pm If you have any outgrown soccer shoes and shin pads, you…
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North End Harvest Market

The North End Harvest Market is a welcoming place where fresh fruits and vegetables are offered at no charge to support individuals and families in our community. The Market purchases fresh produce every week, most of which is grown in Ontario.  The Market often also receives generous donations from farms, community groups and even backyard…
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Dr. Marian Small talk on Math

Victory PS School Council is pleased to announce that we are hosting a guest speaker for parents and caregivers on Tuesday, April 21st, 6:30 to 8pm in the VPS gym. Dr. Marian Small, the former Dean of Education at the University of New Brunswick, writes and speaks about K-12 math across the country. Her parent…
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Meet the IPA and the EPNG!

Thirsty? Us too! Love your Exhibition Park neighbourhood? Us too! Hey Exhibition Park let’s drink to…well… us! Come toast the Exhibition Park neighbourhood with the EPNG on April 29th 7:30pm at Baker Street Public House. What better venue to have our public meeting? Have any questions? Want to see what’s coming up in the park…
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Meet Exhibition Session IPA

The Royal City Brewing Company has developed a new beer named after our neighbourhood! The Exhibition Session IPA is to be tapped this week at The Ox, Baker Street Station Public House and e-Bar. Their website, www.royalcitybrew.ca says this about it: Exhibition IPA: 4.5% 25 IBU The newest member of the rotation. This session IPA is…
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Soccer begins!

Starting this weekend .....  “Kid’s Soccer in the Park” For the past three years, kids and parents have been playing soccer (footy) at Ex Park on Sunday afternoons.  The idea is to increase skills via simple drills – dribbling, shooting etc – then have a scrimmage game afterwards, one game for the bigger kids and…
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New Playground Equipment- dangerous, fun or both?

Thoughts on the New Playground Equipment at Exhibition Park – Dangerous, Fun or Both? My family and I have been using the new playground at Exhibition Park since its opening in late November. I have one very cautious 8 year old and a somewhat fearless 4 year old. They both tackled this park from very…
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