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September 8th, 2015

What’s Happening – September

“Summer afternoon – summer afternoon; to me those have always
been the two most beautiful words in the English language.”
–  Henry James

Light heart Yoga classes with Karen Lord, Certified Yoga Instructor @ The Downtown Community Centre: YOGA for Adults 18+: Designed to improve core strength, this program focuses on breathing, posture, flexibility and relaxation as well as self-reflection. $56.50 (8weeks), Drop-ins: ($6/visit), 6:30-7:30 pm Wednesdays Sept 30 – Nov 25/15. Register at www.kitchener.ca

KW Knitter’s Fair: Saturday Sept 12th, check out the KW Knitter’s Fair. Held at Kitchener Memorial Auditorium Complex in Kitchener, it presents approximately 70 vendors offering the latest and greatest of knitting products. Imagine two large rooms dedicated to the craft of knitting, where you can see and feel the latest yarn, ogle the vibrant colours, visit with your friends, listen to a great speaker, and pamper yourself with a hand massage

Saturday Sept. 16th The Waterloo Wellington Self Management Program is offering “Craving Change” – a workshop to help you understand why you eat the way you do. It is led by health care professionals certified in the program, and is offered at various locations throughout the region. The workshop is free to attend however you must register on our website in order to attend

Saturday, September 19th, sneak a peak into the unknown with Doors Open WR, a FREE heritage and architecture tour. Discover the secret places of Waterloo Region! Pick up the 2015 map & guide at libraries, museums and tourism offices across Waterloo Region or in The Waterloo Region Record on Saturday, September 12.Extras! children’s activities, music, drama presentations, walking tours and other special events. Most sites open from 10am-5pm

Saturday Sept. 19th you can also check out the Veggie Food Fair at Waterloo Buddha’s Light Centre – there will be vegetarian and vegan food to sample, cooking demonstrations, books and info on Buddhism, and a yardsale!

Saturday Sept. 26th is EAFWR’s 2nd annual Community Ball Hockey Tournament!  A fun, non-competitive round-robin style tournament broken up into 2 divisions – 16 & up and family/mixed ages, each team will have a minimum of 5 players: 4 on 4 plus a goalie. The day will also include children’s activities, games and music, and lunch and refreshments will be provided to all participants of the tournament

September 26 & 27 visit the Cambridge Centre for the Arts Fall Studio Tour – Free Admission!  Cambridge is bursting with many talented artists!  Check out the interactive Tour map.