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”
It’s that time of year again!!
Where Sandhurst Shores does a major declutter and hosts their EPIC annual community yard sale!
A subdivision of about a hundred homes, nestled along the shores of Lake Ontario for you to find your hidden gem!
So come on by June 1, 2019 8am -2pm rain or shine!
As a new resident to Sandhurst Shores, I would like to ask some questions in order to get up to speed on happenings in our community (rather than using valuable time at the AGM). I wonder if anyone can help me with these things. I’d certainly appreciate it.
With thanks in advance for your help,Read Chrissa’s questions…
I took this shot yesterday standing along our Sandhurst Shores shoreline as the sun was setting. These are rocks that were tossed by others and us that slid really far onto a skin of sheer ice. I wonder…hmmmm… was this the beginning of curling?
Spliff is our oldest kitty, he was 4 months old when David and I were married in August 2005. He was a two week old feral kitten when we found him. This is his favourite sleeping position. lol.Read more about Maggie and Tigs