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Destination Knowlton's Favorite Travel Guides for Quebec

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May 5th
Flea market

A great chance to pick up some deals...to sell at next months garage sale! Sutton Curling Club, 26 Pleasant St., 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Receiving items May 2, 1-5 p.m.; May 3, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., May 4, all day. 450-538-6460.

May 6th
Country Chic Champetre: Fashion Show

Annual event at Le Relais at noon. Participating Knowlton boutiques: Agnes & Grace, Jones New York, Paddie's Boutique, RoCoCo, Sandila, Tresors d'ici, Woolrich and Zen Den. Reservations 450-242-2232.

May 7th
Canadian Club of The Yamaska Spring Luncheon

The luncheon starts at 11:30 and the annual general meeting of the Canadian Club of the Yamaska starts at 2 pm. The guest speaker is Consul General Mary B. Marshall of the US Consulate Gneral in Montreal who will speak on the topic of ensuring our region's cross border security, economic propserity and community ties.

May 11th
Town of Brome Lake Wellnes Center

All Brome Lake seniors are cordially invited to to lunch with friends and family at the Mother's Day Luncheon at the Brome Lake Center at 270 Victoria Street. Entertainment will be provided and reservations are required to be made before May 7th by calling 450-242-2020. Transportation is available if it is required and the suggested donation is $3.

May 12th
Walk for Nature with Olypian Clara Hughes

The Nature Conservacy for the preservation of Quebec's Natural Heritage is having a wonderful outdoor nature hike for the whole family feature olympic medal winner Clara Hughes. There will be a BBQ lunch, a silent auction and your voluntary donations will go towards the Regional Campaign for the Protection of the Sutton Mountain Range. The event is sponsored by the Appalachian Corridor, Les Sentiers de l'Estrie Inc, The ruiter Valley Land Trust, the Parc d'environment naturel de Sutton and the MECA. A perfect way to spend a saturday in the Eastern Townships.
Starts at Au diable Vert
169 Staines Road in Glen Sutton. Call 450-538-5639. www.audiablevert.qc.ca

May 15th
Horticultural Conference - Conference Societe d'Horticulture Tournesol

The guest speaker will be Rock Giguere the renowned Quebec television host speaking on the colorful subject of Lilacs Ecole secondaire Wilfrid-Leger, Waterloo, 7 p.m. Free for members, $8 for non-members. 450-539-2740.

May 16th
Club De Bonne Humeur

The happiest club in Brome Lake is having their monthly luncheon at noon. Follow the smiles!

May 19th-20th
Knowlton Antique Show and Sale

This year the popular antique show and sale will take place at the Brome Lake Community center situated on the edge of Mount Morin in lovely Lac Brome on Victoria Street.

May 25th
Youth dance

A fun dance for youth from grades 4 to Secondary 1. Only $5, and refreshments served and a good time for all! Brome Lake Community Center 7-10 p.m. 450-242-2020.

June 2nd
Community Yard Sale

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Recommended reading & New Books at the Knowlton Public Library
These books are available now at the Pettes Library at the corner of Knowlton Road and Lakeside Drive in central Lac Brome. Valid library card is required, visit the library for more information.

The Olive Route (Non-fiction)
Books by Carol Drinkwater
Like the Silk Road and the Spice Route, the Olive Route stretching 2,200 miles from Gibraltar to northern Syria encompasses not just a journey, but an epic adventure involving the age-old transportation of a precious commodity. Carol Drinkwater travelled along this beautiful and sometimes dangerous route, uncovering ancient stories, meeting striking and courageous people and tracing its venerable olive culture.

Tracking the Cretans, Phoenicians, Greeks and the Romans, amongst others, she eventually finds her way back to her olive farm in the sun-baked hills of southern France. The Olive Route recounts a thrilling, heroic, sensual and entertaining journey by the bestselling author of the much loved Olive series.

Red River (Fiction)
Books by Lalita Tademy
Lalita Tademy weaves together history and the story of her own family to bring us an epic work of fiction, the dramatic, intertwining story of two families struggling to make a place for themselves in an America deeply divided after the Civil War.

For the newly freed black residents of Colfax, Louisiana, the beginning of Reconstruction promised them the right to vote, own property, and at last, control their own lives. But in the space of a day, angry whites would take back Colfax in one of the deadliest incidents of racial violence in Southern history, In the bitter aftermath, the Tademys and the Smiths will have to deal with the wreckage, push on, and build a better life for their sons and daughters over the next seventy years.

Night Falls On Damascus (Mystery)
Books by Frederick Highland
Night Falls on Damascus holds up a mirror to the continuing puzzle of the Middle East as it weaves a rich and engrossing tale of murder, revenge, and the corruption of power. With the introduction of Inspector Nikolai Faroun, a new type of hero enters the mystery scene, a man with a hidden past, a Levantine working for a hated Western regime, a man caught between two worlds who can trust no one and call no one friend.

Exile (Mystery)
Books by Richard North Patterson
International bestselling author Richard North Patterson takes his political and legal thrillers one step further by focusing his latest novel, EXILE, on the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Past Destination Knowlton Blog Archives 2006
Knowlton Landmark Hotel Wins Award
"Raccoon Cookies" Fight Rabies Outbreak
Dangerous Cyanobacteria Closes Brome Lake
Quaint Village or Monster Truck Show?
Taking Aim At The Mayor
New Cobblestone Crosswalks
Knowlton Marina Is The Place To Beat the Heat
Knowlton Residents Upset With State of Mill Pond
Canada Day In Knowlton
RCMP Musical Ride Thrills Townshippers
Running the Tour Du Lac Brome
Public Market Opens In Knowlton
New IGA for Knowlton David Suzuki Visits Knowlton
Rain Swells Cold Brook
Fessenden: Knowlton's Unsung Hero
Shawn Phillips Visits Knowlton
The Sounds Of Spring in Knowlton
Fire Department To Get New Fire Trucks
Speed Limits Don't Match Road Reality
New Benches Installed Beside Pettes Library
Uniprix Ready For Expansion...Next Up: Tim Horton!
Getting Ready for the Big Brome Fair
Knowlton Business Faces Fine for Illegal Sign
Knowlton Gas Station Says Buh-Bye!
SPCA Adoptions Raise the "Woof"
Changing the Victorian Landscape of Knowlton

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May 6th
Knowlton Harmony Band
The Knowlton Harmony Band will be presenting some lovely music for Spring at the Centre Lac-Brome at 2pm. The suggested donation is $10 and will be well worth it to bring in the warm weather with some heartfelt music from the local band!

May 26th
Trio Flamenco

Enjoy the passion and gypsy power of the Flamenco dance featuring guest Flamenco dancer "Lorena". The event is in Sutton at the Salle Alec et Gerard Pelletier at 4-C, Maple Street. The Trio Flamenco features Patricia Maurice, Flamenco dancer. Guillaume Poitras, guitarist and Jacques Gilbert on piano. Tickets, available at Au Naturel and the Librarie Le Livre d'Or, are only $15 and reservations and more information can be had by calling 450-538-0486.

May 27th
The Pot Pourri Choir

Take the chance to hear Gospel music, a rarity in Knowlton, at the beautiful Arts Knowlton at 3pm in downtown Knowlton in the best venue in the Townships.

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Arts, Film & Theatre
May 12th ongoing
A Celebration of Orchids
Opening at 2pm this ongoing exhibit will be held at Galerie Charmante, 1183 Macey Toad in Sutton. Adults are $5 and kids under 12 are free. Hours are from 11am to 5pm and they are closed on Mondays.

Cinema Series at Arts Knowlton
Yes we have movies in Lac Brome! Come see it on the big screen with your friends and neighbours the way people did before DVD players and cable TV!
Tickets are only $5 for members and $7 for non-members. Showings at the comfy Arts Knowlton at 9 Mount Echo Road. Call 450242-2270.

May 6th at 7pm
A belated rite of passage finds tensions rising between an idealistic father and his increasingly independent son in this family drama that proves it's never too late for a little teenage rebellion. Twenty-seven-year-old Caleb (Kris Lemche) and his father, Jim (Michael Hogan), have always seemed more like old friends than father and son.

An easy-going father who dodged the American draft to forge his own future by founding a carpentry shop in British Columbia's Kootenays, Jim and Caleb spend the days crafting a variety of fine products, but lately the bills have been stacking up and tensions between father and son rising. Now faced with the very real possibility of their business failing as a result of direct competition with mass produced particle board products and Jim's misguided perfectionism, the family business teeters on the verge of bankruptcy until the arrival of Jim's old friend Matthew (Matt Craven) instills Caleb with a much needed dose of pragmatism.

Though Jim has long voiced disapproval of Caleb's proposal to open a luxury fishing lodge that may bring in more money and keep the family business afloat, Caleb decides to take his fate into his own hands and finally strike out on his own. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide


May 20th at 7pm
In 1996, electric cars began to appear on roads all over California. They were quiet and fast, produced no exhaust and ran without gasoline. Ten years later, these cars were destroyed. It was among the fastest, most efficient production car ever built. It ran on electricity, produced no emissions and catapulted American technology to the forefront of the automotive industry.

The lucky few who drove it never wanted to give it up. So why did General Motors crush its fleet of EV-1 electric vehicles in the Arizona desert? Who killed the electric car? chronicles the life and mysterious death of the EV-1; examining the cultural and economic ripple effects caused by its conception and how they reverberated through the halls of government and big business.

A documentary that investigates the birth and death of the electric car, as well as the role of renewable energy and sustainable living in the future. Buy the DVD > WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR

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The Brome Ducks are starting to fill up the ponds in Knowlton!

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Past Destination Knowlton Blog Archives
Knowlton Imposes Strict Dress Code

Brome-Missisquoi Election Results
Spring Break Party On Brome Lake
Liberals Sliding Down The "Poles"
Tobogganing & Valentines Provide Warmth
Centre Lac Brome Lake Center Open
Mont Morin Likely No Threat To Ski Bromont
Renaissance Lac Brome Continue Raising Funds
Emballages Knowlton Merges With US Firm
Brome Taxes Go Through The Roof
Action Plan or Fantasy Land?
Anna Nixon At Sutton Gallery
Happy New Year 2007
Did Someone Say Winter?
Lac Brome Rentals Signal Growth
Knowlton en Lumiere: A bright idea!
Remembrance Day in Knowlton
Charge of the Light Brigade
Halloween in Knowlton
Floating Islands put Knowlton in Spotlight
Gerald Swann: featured painter
Renaissance Lac Brome Meeting
What Can We Do With Lac Brome?
A Perfect Thanksgiving Weekend
Sutton Fundraiser A Magical Evening
Environmental Fair Comes to Brome
Weather won't "Fowl" Duck Fest Week-end
Dawson Tragedy Impacts Knowlton Children
Brome Lake Duck Festival
The Amazing Race...Knowlton Style!
Back to School: Watch Out For Our Kids!
Can You Hear Me Now? Cell Tower To Be Built
Brome Lake Ducks Maintain Rugby Record
Eastern Townships Challenge visits Knowlton
Celebrating the Big Brome Fair

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