McGreevy Manor Hosts Close Knit!

Join the Crew at McGreevy Manor every Tuesday from 2PM to 4PM as they knit squares for baby blankets and scarves that will go to families in need! All materials are provided, no experience required! For more information, please contact Alexandra at 418-683-2366 ext. 224 or

Robbie Burns Supper with the 78th Fraser Highlanders

Saturday, January 27 – Robbie Burns Supper with the 78th Fraser Highlanders

The Fort St. Andrew’s Garrison of the 78th Fraser Highlanders, Quebec City invites you to a Burns Night at Hôtel Château Laurier, 1220 Place George V Ouest, Quebec City on Saturday, January 27.

Cocktail hour begins at 6 p.m. A four-course banquet with traditional Haggis ceremony and other entertainment starts at 7 p.m.

Dress Code: Ladies – cocktail/evening dress or business attire; Gentlemen – Scottish Highland Attire, tuxedo, military (mess kit, miniature medals) or business suit (jacket and tie).

The cost is $90 per person (glass of wine included). R.S.V.P before January 22 on the Fraser Highlanders website at Please provide the names of persons in your party, if applicable.
Alternately, payment may be made by cheque to 78th Fraser Highlanders, ℅ Alan Stairs 4401 Rte Tewkesbury, Stoneham et Tewkesbury, QC G3C 2L9.

There is underground paid parking at the hotel, enter via Avenue Wilfrid-Laurier.

If you have any questions, contact Ted Gunn at (418) 842-6563 or or Alan Stairs: (418) 848-0745 or

Family Literacy Day: Alice in Wonderland Tea Party!

Thursday, January 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. – at Valcartier Elementary School, 1748 boul. Valcartier in Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier –

We are celebrating Family Literacy Day with an Alice in Wonderland Tea Party! Sandwiches, hot soup and sweets!

The event is free, however donations to the school are most welcome!

For information call Jayne at the school 418-844-2233 ex 8800.

CHEP videoconference: Dental Care and Oral Health

Poor dental health increases the risk of diabetes, oral cancer, and heart disease, influencing the quality of a person’s life.

Join us for an informative video conference to learn more about Dental Care and Oral Health with Fabiola Lamothe, Registered Dental Hygienist – MUHC McGill.

This free activity will take place on Wednesday,January 24, 2018, in room 1123 in the Jeffery Hale Pavilion (1270 Chemin Ste-Foy, Québec, Qc G1S 2M4).

Parking vouchers will be provided.
Please register by calling 418-684-5333 ext. 1539

Caregiver’s Circle Café: How to help the person you’re caring for

The Caring Circle Café offers an oasis for English-speaking caregivers to meet, share experiences, recharge their batteries, find resources, learn new things and enjoy mutual support. Join us in room 1135 on the main floor of the Jeffery Hale pavilion (1270 chemin Ste-Foy). We invite you to particpate in a workshop called “How to help the person you are caring for (understanding their needs versus yours)” with Helen Walling, Certified Executive and Life Coach.

If you are reluctant to attend because you cannot leave your loved one alone, please call us so we can find a way to assist you. This activity is made possible through funding provided by L’APPUI Capitale-Nationale pour les proches aidants des ainés. Click here to see the online schedule:

Celebrate Robbie Burns Day with Crépuscule

Saturday, January 20, at 6:30 p.m. – Celebrate Robbie Burns Day with Crépuscule at the Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier Municipal Hall.

Great Celtic music! Fundraiser for Valcartier Elementary School’s Charitable Organization.

Doors open at 6 p.m. Starting at 6:30 p.m., Wesley McCoubrey and his friends will play traditional Shannon, Valcartier and Stoneham music.

Tickets $10 presale, $15 at the door. Must be 18+. For information call Jayne at the school 418-844-2233 ex 8800.

Quest Toastmasters

Quest Toastmasters meet every Friday at 6:55 a.m.


NOTE: From Jan 12, 2018 until Friday Feb 16, 2018 our QUEST Toastmasters meetings will take place at PACINI HALLES FLEUR DE LYS,
245 Soumande Street, Quebec G1M 3H6
For info: Jean Racine 418 623-0452

Develop your communication and leadership skills and learn to improve your English public-speaking skills.

For more information call Sandra Holman at 418 573-1767 or Jean Racine at 418 623-0452 or visit

Viewpoint Toastmasters Club

Viewpoint Toastmasters Club meet every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Fraternité St-Alphonse, 3812, St. Anne Blvd, Québec ( Beauport District… Entrance at the rear near the parking)

Info: Jean at 418 204-3624. Come and practice your public speaking skills, in English.

Kirk Hall Crafters

Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m. and/or 7-9 p.m. – The Kirk Hall Crafters, a bilingual group of craft-minded people that meets weekly in St. Andrew’s Kirk Hall, 45 Chaussée-des-Écossais, Old Québec.

Join this fun all-ages group and enjoy tea and a chat while working on your craft project!

For more information, call Katherine at 418 404-0509

Concert of Dedicated Silence

Silence is deposited in thin layers at the Monastery of the Augustines for more than 375 years. It is a perfect place to experience an experience of collective silence.

After a short perspective inspired by the practices of the Augustines, we orchestrate together silence. Everyone is invited to dedicate his or her silence whether it is simply relaxing, meditative or spiritual, to a person, situation or cause.

A concert of silence is not so much to be silent as to listen. A way to regain calm, regenerate, rest, slow down, take a distance from outside stimuli, to get along from inside.

Silence is good for health! Several researchers, including the Italian cardiologist Luciano Bernardi, report that silence is a vector of health. It fulfills physical, psychological, emotional, sensory but also spatial functions by allowing us to revisit our place in the world.

“Silence for me is full. A person at the first concert of March 2017 dedicated silence

$ 15 general | $ 10 less than 25 years old