b'What s Up` FREE YOGADoors Openat jesters court CANADIAN BLOOD SERVICESHELPING OPERATION FOODBANK Wednesday April 10 from 2:306:30 p.m.First Sunday of every month from 78 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Port Perry blood donors are needed. Help save lives and Join Elaine Morash RYT once a month for free yoga andLocationJesters Upstairs join Canadas lifeline. New donors are welcome. Visit www. Scugog? help out Operation Scugog at the same time. Bring a jar ofMusic Charge$15 per person blood.ca to book your appointment and to view eligibility.jam, instant coffee, pancake syrup, large bottle of appleReservationstext or phone 289-354-1140 LocationScugog Community Recreation Centrejuice, tampons and adult diapers. or email: firstname.lastname@example.org 1655 Reach St., Port PerryLocationPort Perry Flowyoga _______________________________________________183 Casimir St., Unit 2, Port Perry Lets Celebrate April Green!! Port Perry United Church Womens ZUMBA IN BLACKSTOCK Must register by calling 905-441-7874SPRING RUMMAGE SALEEvery Wednesday _______________________________________________ *Reserve as soon as you know you can make it. Friday April 12 from 9 a.m.7 p.m.Drop in on Wednesdays for a one-hour class of fun, musicPORT PERRY SENIORS CLUB ALEX PANGMANS ALLEYCATSSaturday April 13 from 9 a.m.1p.m.and exercise. Gold (seniors) 10 a.m. Regular 7 p.m. Dozens of activities for area residents over 50! Sunday April 7Special Price: $20New to you, gently used family clothing and accessories. Everyone is welcome. $20 to renew - $15 new members Alex Pangman: Vocals Jewellery, small kitchen items, dcor, gardening, tools, LocationBlackstock United Church, John MacLeod: Cornet, Trumpet, Flugelhorn footwear, craft supplies, linens, toys, DVDs and CDs, sports Information 905-982-21923483 Church St., Blackstock _______________________________________________ Peter Hill: Piano equipment, seasonal items, decorations and more.(no Information Carol 905-986-5068Chris Banks: Bass electronics). Celebrating 45 years of reducing, reusing and or email email@example.com Pine Ridge Garden Club recycling!_______________________________________________ SPEAKER SERIES In Pangmans world, swingtunesLocation294 Queen St., Port PerryTuesday April 2 at 7:30 p.m.ow like bathtub gin in a back-alley Wireless 4U presents speakeasy. Delivering vintage swing(corner of Queen & Simcoe St. - SENIORS DAY WORKSHOPS Darren Heimbecker, owner of Whistling Gardens with aand blues, there are champagneenter at Simcoe St. ramp)First and last Friday of every month presentation of their extensive Peony Collection.bubbles in Alexs voice and she wears her heart on herAdmissionFree11 a.m.2 p.m. Everyone is welcome. sleeve. She plays it straight and she plays for keeps. _______________________________________________Having trouble with your electronic devices such as phone, LocationNestleton Community Centre - J AZZT IMESM AGAZINE , C. L OUDENArts at the Ascension presentslaptop, tablet, etc? Bring them to our workshop and we can 3971 Hwy 7A, Nestleton Station A salute to Depression-era swing. Authentic. Evocative. SONGS FOR SPRING help. Refreshments provided. Information firstname.lastname@example.org orSunday April 14 at 3 p.m.LocationWireless 4U Shirley 905-986-5330 BOB BROUGH TRIOWith One Voice Community Choir from Uxbridge and the _______________________________________________242 Queen St., Port Perry Sunday April 14Ladies Choir from Port Perry High School.Information 905-985-0204 SCS Musicals/Scugog Choral Society presents Bob Brough: Tenor Sax LocationAnglican Church of the Ascension _______________________________________________ DYNAMITE DAMES Adrean Farrugia: Piano 266 North St., Port PerryZUMBA GOLD CLASSES April 4, 5, 6, 11, 12 at 8 p.m. Artie Roth: Bass Tickets$15. Available from the church of ce,Every Tuesday at 10 a.m. April 6, 7, 13 at 2 p.m. This is a band of stars who have beenat the door, or call 905 985 2030Drop-ins welcome. The divas are back! Dynamite Dames is the creationbrilliant in the Canadian Jazz scene_______________________________________________Location Big Brothers Big Sisters North Durham of playwrights Liz Auston and Conrad Boyce, originallyforever. This trio is just home from aPROBUS CLUB OF PORT PERRY15585 Simcoe St., Port Perry performed in 2004 and one of SCSs most requestedcross-Canada tour. For solid, satisfying, lyrical sax, BobbyTuesday April 16 from 10 a.m.noonAdmission$8 musicals.is the master, hearkening Stan Getz and Randy Brecker,Speaker: Peter Edwards Information Carol: 905-986-5068 Two hours of dynamite performances as the divas show- Dexter Gordon.The Remaking of Canadian Organized Crime_______________________________________________ stopping hits just keep coming. Jesters Court is so pleased to have this prestigious trio back!! Peter is the organized crime beat reporter for The Toronto LocationTown Hall 1873_______________________________________________ Star. He is the author of 15-non- ction books and a young THE DUKES UKULELE KLUB 302 Queen St, Port Perry adult novel. Most of his books are on organized crime and First and third Thursday of every month TicketsAdult $28 PORT PERRY ARTISTS ASSOCIATION (PPAA) several are national bestsellers.from 79 p.m. Students (18 and under) $22 withSaturday April 6Thursday May 2Location Hope ChurchThis is a fun, inclusive group open to all ability levels. Stopvalid student ID (during regular library hours) 14480 Old Simcoe Rd., Port Perryin and strum along, sing a song and enjoyne fellowship.Information 905-985-8181www.townhall1873.ca The PPAA is thrilled to be celebrating 20 years of diversity.Information www.portperryprobus.comBring a Toonie for great tunes!_______________________________________________ Various local artists work will feature some of their original_______________________________________________LocationRoyal Canadian Legion Branch 419 Willowtree Farm paintings. Port Perry Seniors Club474 Bay St., Port Perry LocationKent Farndale GalleryInformation www.dukesukuleleklub.com MAPLEFEST Scugog Memorial Public Library,SPEAKER SERIES_______________________________________________ Friday April 5 through Sunday April 7 231 Water St., Port Perry Wednesday April 17 at 2 p.m.10 a.m.3 p.m. _______________________________________________Join the fun as Handwriting Analyst Elaine Charol gives THE LOOKOUT Experience all thing maple syrup at the farmguided sugarher insight into the quirks and quarks of some famous folk, Tuesday - Friday: 48 p.m. andBlackstock Nestleton United ChurchSaturdays: 18 p.m.bush tours, syrup sampling, branded tree slices, wagonHAWAIIAN DINNER and invites PPSC members to have their own handwriting Grades 7-12 rides, bon re and roasted marshmallows, plus a traditionalSunday April 72 seatingsanalyzed. Come and hear her stories and have a few pancake breakfast served every day. 4:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. laughs as well. Coffee hour follows.A great place for kids to chill with friends, play games orLocationWillowtree Farm Join us for dinner and entertainment by the DUKES at 6LocationThe Latcham Centre watch a movie. 975 Regional Rd., 21 Port Perry p.m. Sponsored by the Church Choir. 121 Queen St., Port PerryLocationScugog Community Recreation CentreAdmission$10(ages 1 and under free) LocationBlackstock Nestleton United Church AdmissionFree to PPSC Members 1655 Reach St., (2ndoor) Port Perry Information www.willowtreefarm.ca 3483 Church St., Blackstock (Annual Membership $15)Information 905-985-8698 ext. 101 AdmissionAdults $20, children 6-12 $5,Information 905-982-2192To submit your upcoming event email email@example.com by the 8th of the month, preschoolers free one month before you need it to be published. ContactLinda Kyte, 905-986-5200 for tickets Please turn to page 50FOCUS - APRIL 201949'