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Harvest festival at Knowlton Academy

On Saturday, September 28, the Knowlton Academy Garden Project hosted its first Harvest Festival picnic. The children celebrated the complete food cycle where they...

Be a Christmas angel Make a dream come true

You can be a Christmas Angel and make someone’s dreams come true. The Yamaska Valley Optimist Club is once again inviting the public to...

Lions Club kicks off pre-Christmas activities

Errol Fréchette, Lions Club Knowlton Lions Club members and supporters are gearing up for a full roster of pre-Christmas activities. As in past years,...

Winning soccer season for Brome Lake

This past season of twelve weeks, there were around 270 players enrolled in soccer in Brome Lake, and this included 55 Timbits (children of...

Record-breaking Cancer Walk

This was a year for breaking records as 560 walkers, eleven dogs and a multitude of donors raised over $113,000 at the March to...

Celtic Festival opens October 5

The eighth Celtic Harmonies festival is upon us, October 5 to 13. The biennial nine-day celebration of music, culture and dance with the finest...

Attracting millennials – encouraging results

Launched in March 2019, MRC Brome Missisquoi’s strategy to attract a new clientele of workers, millennials and immigrants has produced promising results. A new...

Imaginaction – 30 years later

Claire Kerrigan In the fall of 1988, 156 volunteers in TBL got together to plan and make recommendations regarding the future of this town. This...

Walk to fight Women’s cancers

This year’s 18th Edition of the walk, hosted by The Yamaska Valley Optimist Club, on Sunday, October 6, will start at 9:30 a.m. sharp...

Aviron Knowlton Rowing Club (AKR) is on a roll

At the August Rowing World Championships in Linz, Austria, Canada’s women’s team qualified 5 rowing teams for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Two...