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A busy September ahead for Argenteuil

Here is a round-up of September activities coming in in Argenteuil County!

Rouge Valley Days, Harrington (259, ch. Harrington)
Thursday, September 13:
9-11am – Document and Technology Assistance – If you have any questions regarding documents you have received, if you need help accessing information on the internet or just need some help navigating your laptop or tablet, feel free to come see us and we will help you out.
12:00pm – Lunch – Available to all ($5)
1:30pm – Introduction to Meditation and Relaxation Techniques – Learn various techniques to help you cope with everyday stress. Follow up sessions will take place on September 27, October 11 & 25.

Thursday, September 20:
9-11am, Document and Technology Assistance – If you have any questions regarding documents you have received or for technical support (laptop, tablet, phone).
12:00pm – Lunch – Available to all ($5)
1:00pm – Book Club – This month’s topic with be mystery novels.

Open Circle, Brownsburg Chatham (St. Mungo’s United Church Hall, 661, route des Outaouais, Brownsburg-Chatham)*
Mondays beginning September 24
10:30am – Jog Your Mind – Presently complete
12:30pm – Lunch (for a small donation)
1:30-3:00pm – Social Activities – Games, coffee, socialization, various activities
*Transportation is available for a small fee. Please contact us to request this service.

Lachute (LRHS, 448, ave. Argenteuil)
10:00am – Videoconference – Eating Well: Sugar and Salt—What’s New? – In July 2018, the government of Canada released a report stating its concern that most Canadians are still consuming too much sodium (salt). Sugar and salt, in small quantities, enrich your food and make it taste better. In larger amounts, both can have a negative impact on health. Join us to revisit this vital topic exploring ways to change your salt and sugar intake.

For further information or to register for one of these activities please contact us at 1-888-974-3940 or email melanie@4kornerscenter.org


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