Archive for July 2011

Aquatic Weed Harvesting Rideau Canal System

Aquatic Weed Harvesting is the Real Answer to Aquatic Weed Control.

Aquatic Weed Havesting

Periodic weed harvesting of your waterfront areas will in many instances prove to be an effective means of aquatic plant control. The rooted aquatic weeds must produce sufficient food in their leaves to maintain their root systems. Frequent cuttings of the leaves will eventually lead to death of the root system. Like weeding the garden, it is necessary to watch for the early development of potential problems and remove the AQUATIC WEEDS as they become established and before they spread over large areas.

The more Aquatic Weeds you remove during the spring, summer and fall the less aquatic weeds that will be on your lake front or pond.

Call Jason at by telephone at 613 530 0486 to help with your complete Aquatic Control of Lake Weeds and full removal and disposal of aquatic plant growth.

Providing chemical free aquatic weed harvesting in the Rideau Lakes area and the Rideau Waterways and lakes in Eastern Ontario.

Approved by the Ministry of National Resources and Parks Canada who control the Rideau Canal Waterways.

Legend In Black – Tribute to Johny Cash

LEGEND IN BLACK – A tribute to Johnny Cash is being held at Brockville Collegiate Institute – 90 Pearl Street East in Brockville at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 27, 2011. This marvellous show is being presented in support of the Brockville Civitan Club. Tickets are $25.00 each. All ticket sales are done from our end. For those requesting tickets they can be obtained by calling (877) 571-5551. Click Here to download the press release.

Perth Ontario Entertainment

Bill Cayley is the Legend in Black. It must be an omen that someone born on the same birth date as Johnny Cash would be preforming in the best tribute show to Johnny Cash in Canada. Bill Cayley has been performing around North America for over 40 years. He was a close friend and a road manager to the legendary “Ronnie Hawkins,” and released CD produced by Ron Demmans at Nashville’s Sound Control.

Come and relive the Johnny Cash experience with Bill Cayley and his “June Carter-Cash” as these two amazing performers preform the legendary songs that Johnny and June preformed. Bill Cayley creates an evening of the history, the sound, and the spirit of Johnny Cash. Spark your memories and reawaken the feeling that Johnny Cash and June Carter-Cash produced for fans all over the world.

The Brockville Civitan Club’ main mandate is to help people with developmental disabilities. This is done by sponsoring swimming, providing annual Christmas dinners, along with fishing derbies and BBQ’s. We also support the Community projects such as raising funds for the Brockville General Hospital, sponsoring the Brockville Civitan Skateboard Park, and the Special Olympics in Brockville. Brockville Civitan Club proudly donates to Girls Inc., VON, nursing homes and man the phones for the CHEO Telethon and the Palliative Care Telethon.

No Reserved Seating

2011 Fall Classical Series

On Sunday, August 7, 2011 the The National Youth Orchestra will be performing at the Brockville Arts Centre (235 King St. West).

This 90 member ensemble brings the best young musicians from across the country to our main stage. They will bring a large variety of instruments and brilliant enthusiasm with a program including Tchaikovsy and Shostakovich.

The coveted places on the NYOC are awarded to the ‘best of the best’ young Canadian musicians aged 16 to 28. These extraordinarily gifted young artists will thrill you with their performance. The orchestra received the prestigious title of “best young orchestra in the world” at the World Youth Orchestra conference in Tokyo – and again in Edinburgh.

The NYOC’s concert tours have included every major Canadian City as well as tours in the United States, Asia and Europe. We are truly fortunate to have these outstanding young talents perform for us in Brockville this August. This concert, featuring works by Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich and Marcus Goddard of the Vancouver Symphony, is not to be missed!

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