Percy Clarkson Park is private property jointly owned by The Sandhurst Shores Ratepayers members and its Board of Directors. The Ontario Trespass to Property Act, 1990, governs our legal right to exclude the general public from the park. Guests of members are permitted. Any member may ask a person to verify their right to be in the park. If a request to leave is not obeyed, police may legally be asked to assist.Continue reading “Guidelines for Approaching Trespassers in the Park”
Gypsy moth infestations peak every 7 to 10 years. 2020 is near one of those peaks. Some communities in southern Ontario are seeing major infestations. Damage to tree foliage by the caterpillars can be extensive. A single caterpillar can consume up to one square meter of foliage per day.Continue reading…
Doug and I were “fairied” today. We had been dealing with an issue and to have this surprise arrive at our doorstep put BIG SMILES on both of us. So if the fairy and her driver live in Sandhurst – Thank You, and we will pay it forward, somehow.
Have you been fairied?
Most members, 2019 and later, have an account but may have forgotten the password. It’s easy to check if you have an account or to create a new password.Read this post to find out how…
“Brush on the curb no later than 7:00 am”
Monday, May 11: Rural Areas – All rural area residents must call Infrastructure Services at 613-354-5931 ext. 2160 prior to May 8, 2020 to arrange for pick-up.
PLEASE STACK BRUSH WITH CUT ENDS FACING OUT (TOWARD ROAD)
Please be advised that at the Electronic Special Meeting of Council on Friday, March 27, 2020, Town Council authorized the following financial relief measures for the Town of Greater Napanee Community, effective immediately until further notice:Continue reading
The Warming Centre is looking for new volunteers! The requirements include taking this training and having a valid CPIC, and then being willing to take shifts through the night (7pm to 1am or 1am to 7am) at the centre. Each evening is covered with a staff member and two volunteers at all times, providing friendly faces and some company to less fortunate folks with nowhere else to go. If any questions, feel free to contact the centre directly or ask Janice or Rob Hall.Continue reading “The Warming Centre is looking for new volunteers!”
Thanks to all who came to the Sandhurst Shores 2019 Annual Corn Roast and made it a huge success once again. We had a huge crowd and the food was as spectacular as usual. Even the harvest moon made an appearance while we all enjoyed a fabulous campfire with friends, neighbours and full tummys. Here are a few photos I took of our event and more are on the way. Cheers Kate Morgan15 more pictures…
— Update, December 2019: V.P. David Morgan has repaired the box and it is back in it’s spot beside our bulletin board. —Continue reading “Newspaper Boxes at Sandhurst Shores Entrance”
Terry Groulx sent along these pics of the first mid-summer BBQ organized at the gazebo on July 20, 2019. Hopefully this will become a new tradition.