FOCUS - MAY 2018 49 This year the Easter Egg Hunt came early – Sunday April 1. Parents and grandparents ‘walked’ along Queen Street to find the special rock with the number 4 on it, the kids age, for a candy bag and a chance to win an impressive 1’ tall rabbit! Nutty Chocolatier’s Easter Egg Hunt The 30th Annual O L D E F ASHIONED C A N D Y & I C E CREAM STOR E If the headline caught your attention, you will not want to miss this event at Trinity United Church, 20 First Ave., Uxbridge. Consider this invitation to attend Wednesday May 23 as Doug Griffiths, best selling author of ’13 Ways to Kill Your Community’, brings his dynamic keynote presentation, along with a message of empowerment to everyone. It’s an unflinching look at what can build a com- munity or what can kill it. Doug’s positive, breezy approach packs a practi- cal, no-nonsense message for small towns that want to do great things. Doors open to Sponsor Showcase 5:30 p.m. and the keynote address is at 7 p.m with Q & A to follow. Tickets are $18 (tax included) available at the Cosmos office, 38 Toronto St. N., Uxbridge or at 50th Annual Canoe the Nonquon Saturday, June 2 Registration at the Latcham Centre Friday, June 1, 6 - 9 pm Saturday, June 2, 7 - 10 am First boats in the water Saturday morning at 8 am Registration $50/canoe or kayak. All participants encouraged to seek additional sponsorship. A prize will be awarded to the person who raises the most money. (Prize donated by ) For more information: or call 905-985-8698 x 103 A RACE FOR ALL AGES! Also at Latcham Centre on Saturday .... CHILDREN’S CRAFTS BBQ AWARDS CEREMONY - 2 PM SILENT AUCTION Open to the public during Friday Registration and Saturday 7 am - 2 pm