Community Voice – coming events

Sep 9 • Community VoiceNo Comments on Community Voice – coming events

Community Voice header

Monday, September 9
• The Chatham-Kent Film Group presents “The Last Black Man in San Fransico”. Shown at Galaxy Cineplex at 4:00pm and 7:00pm. $10 at the door, or a year’s subscription for $50. 519-359-8455.

• Euchre at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham at 1:00pm. Everyone Welcome.

• Haunted House Volunteer Meeting at the Wallaceburg & District Museum at 6:30pm. Looking for actors, actresses, set up and tear down, make up, costume design and room display designers. Come volunteer for this fun, scary night.

Tuesday, September 10
• Euchre at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham at 1:00pm. Everyone Welcome.

• Are you a landlord who wants to attract the best tenants? The Chatham-Kent Landlord Association is presenting RentCheck, Canada’s leading housing screening organization. Learn about screening, credit and tenant history checks and ethics. The session is free but registration is required. Email:

• In Recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day, The Suicide Prevention and Education Committee of Chatham-Kent is hosting a safeTalk Training workshop at the University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus, 120 Main St. E., Ridgetown. Room 102 in the Rural Development Centre. *Must be 18 years of age to register”
safetalk-traning-tickets-69872597821. For info contact Megan Walker at or 519-437-6329 ext.6021.

Wednesday, September 11
• Pepper (1:00pm) and fun darts (7:30pm) at the Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham. Everyone welcome.

• Wallaceburg & District Historical Society Annual Banquet, UAW Hall, 88 Elm Drive, Wallaceburg. Banquet and guest speaker presentation by Summers Gold Honey. $25/person. Call 519-627-8962.

Thursday, September 12
• Euchre at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham at 1:00pm. Everyone Welcome.

• ID Clinic at the Chatham branch of the CKPL for anyone needing help getting identification. First come, first served basis. There is no fee to attend. 12:30pm-3:30pm.

Friday, September 13
• The Kent Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society invites you to “Fruits of Perseverance” The French Presence in the Detroit River 1701-1815. Held at McKinlay Funeral Home Reception Centre at 7:00pm. Parking available in the St. Clair Plaza, 463 St. Clair St., Chatham. Open and free to the public or watch the recording via our YouTube Channel.

• Meal (5:15pm-6:30pm), open darts (7:30pm) and Catch the Ace (drawn at 6:30pm) at the Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham. Choice of BBQ chicken leg, roast beef or fish & chips for $10. Everyone welcome.

• The Wallaceburg Museum is proud to present our new Service Room. Come on out and see all the service clubs in Wallaceburg. Make a difference, volunteer! Everyone Welcome! 6:30pm.

Saturday, September 14
• Saturday Morning Breakfast at First Presbyterian Church, Chatham (corner of Fifth St and Wellington). A delicious nutritious breakfast served free of charge 9:30am-11:00am. Everyone welcome!

• Summer meat draw (4:00pm-6:00pm) and dance (4:30pm-9:30pm) featuring the Barker Storey and Wicks at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham. Everyone Welcome.

• The Annual Gold Wing Road Riders Food Drive for The Salvation Army. 9:00am-3:00pm at: Chatham Giant Tiger & No Frills, Tilbury No Frills, and Ridgetown Foodland.

Sunday, September 15
• Annual Memorial Service – Trinity Church Cemetery, Howard. 2:00pm. 13232 Talbot Rd., Ridgetown

• The Annual Gold Wing Road Riders Toy Ride – registration in the parking lot by the Blenheim Legion beginning at 12noon. Ride at 1:30pm sharp. Ride ends at The Salvation Army, 46 Orangewood Blvd., Chatham at approx. 3:15pm.

• Annual Kidney Walk – join 35 communities across Ontario. Kingston Park (Pavilion #3), 91 Paxton Drive, Chatham. Registration 9:00am. Walk 10:00am.

Monday, September 16
• Euchre at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham at 1:00pm. Evening euchre registration at 6:30pm, starting at 7:00pm. $5 entry fee for evening euchre. Everyone Welcome.

• Blenheim Horticultural Society Fall Presentation: A visual presentation by Jane Rumble. A historical look of the Commonwealth War Graves in our foreign military cemeteries and the origins of the plantings and the care and the maintenance provided today. Refreshments provided. For info call 519-380-9386 or 519-676-9476. 59 Ellen St., Blenheim (behind library). Trinity Anglican Church, lower meeting room. 7:30pm.

Tuesday, September 17
• Euchre at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham at 1:00pm. Everyone Welcome.

• LOVE to sing and want to be BLESSED each week? Come and celebrate all things musical with Jubilee Chorus, an interdenominational choir, on Tuesday nights…no experience necessary, no auditions required! 7-9 pm at St. Andrews United Church ( 85 William Street South, Chatham, Ontario N7M 4S5). Call Cynthia Luimes @ 519-397-3318 if you need more information.

• Family Glass Paint Night at the Wallaceburg & District Museum. Paint your own glass tumbler and take it home wit you. $5/person includes glass, paint and refreshment. Jeanne Gordon Hall at 7:00pm. Space is limited, purchase your tickets at the Wallaceburg Museum.

Wednesday, September 18
• Fall Fashion Tour Evening Dinner & Fashion Show at Ten Seven Cafe & Lounge. 6:00pm. Call 226-996-9759 for tickets (limited seating). 595 St. Clair St. Supporting Outreach for Hunger.

• Pepper (1:00pm) and sports night (euchre, darts, etc) registration at 6:30pm, play starting at 7:00pm at the Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham. Everyone welcome.

Thursday, September 19
• Fired Alcohol Ink Art – Make it at your library! Please bring one empty picture frame with glass, 5×7 or 8×10. Free program at 6:30pm in the meeting room at the Chatham branch of the CKPL. Registration is required as space is limited. Please register online, by phone or at your local branch.

• Euchre at The Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham at 1:00pm. Open House and Appreciation Night starting at 7:00pm. Come out and play Trivia, win prizes and enjoy wine & cheese. Everyone Welcome.

• Merlin United Church Apple Pie Fundraiser. Available for pick up at Merlin Community Hall 10:0am-11:30am. $8 each – ready to be baked or frozen. Contact Ruth Haddock 519-68-4953 or Larry Atkinson 519-689-4935 to place your order.

• ID Clinic at the Blenheim branch of the CKPL, 16 George St., Blenheim. 12:30pm-3:30pm. Offering individuals assistance with filing out online or paper birth certificate applications for all provinces. Gain understanding of the purpose of photo
ID and the steps needed to take to acquire. Info on obtaining a health card and social insurance number or personal access code also available. First come first served, no fee to attend.

Friday, September 20
• Tilbury Action Team Youth Dance and the Tilbury Memorial Arena. 7:00pm-10:00pm for students in grades 5-9. $5/student. Refreshments available for purchase.

• 5th Annual Boxes & Blankets Homelessness Awareness and Fundraising event to support Chatham Hope Haven. Pledge forms available at 183 Wellington St. W. or online Come experience sleeping on the street. 7:00pm-7:00am. Register so enough boxes can be made available. Call 519-351-4010 for more info.

• Meal (5:15pm-6:30pm), open darts (7:30pm) and Catch the Ace (drawn at 6:30pm) at the Chatham Legion, William & Colborne St., Chatham. Choice of meatloaf, roast beef or fish & chips for $10 (Legion members only $5 for meatloaf in appreciation of Legion Week). Everyone welcome.

• St. Andrew’s United Church, South Buxton Lake Erie Yellow Perch Fish Fry at the Merlin Community Hall from 5:00pm-7:00pm. $20/adults. To reserve phone 519-689-4408 or 519-689-7767.

• Merlin Legion 5 piece perch dinner. 5:30pm-7:00pm. $12.50. Kids under 12 half price.

Saturday, September 21
• “City of Stars” gala dinner and show at John D. Bradley Centre. Entertainment by Devon Hansen and guest starts from past Saturdays at 7 concerts. Cocktails 5:30pm, dinner at 6:45pm. Proceeds to St. Andrew’s United Church “Join the Journey” Building Restoration Fund. Tickets: $100 ($45 tax receipt) available at the church office. $750 for a table of 8. Deadline for tickets is Sept. 15. or call 519-352-0010.

• Free full-day family History Fair at the Chatham Library, 120 Queen St., Chatham. 10:00am-3:00pm. Presentations, exhibitors, tours, research assistance, children’s activities, DNA kits, door prizes, etc.

• Spaghetti Dinner at St. Francis Church Hall, 32 Canal St. W., Tilbury. Dinner 5:00pm-7:00pm. Tickets $10/adults. $5 kids ages 5-12. Free for kids under 5. Tickets available at the door or call the church office at 519-689-1102. Proceeds to help our local community.


CK Metal Detecting Club. Last Thursday of the month. Erickson Arena. 7:00pm. Guests welcome.

Kent Coin Club. Third Wednesday of the month.
Library at John McGregor Secondary School. 7:30pm.
Al Oulds – president – 519-695-5131.

Free Tutoring every Tuesday night from 5:30pm-7:30pm at First Reformed Church. 632 Lacroix St., Chatham.
For info call Betty at 519-354-8902.


Submit your coming events to bruce@chatham­



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

« »