February Greetings from the Community, Culture & Heritage Committee

The 2021 Triennial Tweedsmuir Competitions and the Senator Cairine Wilson Competition are open to receive your submissions. Submissions will be sent directly to the FWIC/WI Canada Head Office for judging. There will be no limit to the number of entries submitted by Provincial Members, however, only one entry per category per member will be accepted.

Winning entries will be published in a booklet celebrating FWIC’S 100th Anniversary and will be available for sale at the Triennial Convention in Newfoundland. Deadline for submissions to the FWIC/WI Canada Head Office is January 15, 2021.

Thanks to the New Horizons Seniors Grant we are able to present our #LifeHacks Education Series: Learning From Our Elders.

On December 7th, the Holiday Craft Show was held at the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead. As part of the #LifeHacks program, crafts and colouring pages were available for the children and Santa Claus made a special appearance.

December 8th Fort Erie Navy League Cadets – Crafts - Holiday Ornaments:

A 4 part Mysteries Series in the #LifeHacks program -

Spirit Photography was held on Nov. 30th

A Valentine Tea & Tea Leaf Readings - Feb. 15th – Sold Out

History’s Mysteries – Unlocking the Secrets of the Tarot Feb. 23rd – Sold Out

History of the Séance, The Phillip Experiment and Table Tipping - Mar. 21st

Other Workshops and Seminars in the # LifeHacks Learning Series include:

Telfer Place Retirement Home - Music and entertainment with Cymer Music – Mar. 29

Learning from our elders at the Annual Addie’s Easter Hunt – April 10th

Lunch & Learn Series:

Welcome Spring/Summer with a creative door wreath – April 18th

Decorate with Dollies – April 25th

Change Your Future Outcome motivational speakers present: YOU 20/20 – May 16th

Other workshops are being developed – TBA

FWIC/WI Canada on-line lottery is being developed. Watch for details coming soon!

Submitted by Margaret Byl, President-elect

Community, Culture & Heritage Committee Chair