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Shawville and the surrounding area has a wealth of activities for everyone such as; canoeing, hiking, biking, walking, swimming, hunting, fishing, camping.

 

Fun at the Shawville Fair

Shawville is well known for its activities and festivals throughout the year.

 

August 2014

  • Every Monday throughout the summer will be The Parent’s Voice Walking Day! Everyone is welcome to meet at Mill Dam Park in Shawville at 9:30am to go for a walk around town and play in the park afterwards.
  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3pm, Senior’s Drop in Centre at 244 Main Street (former Masonic Lodge)
  • Every Wednesday from 9:30-12:00, throughout the summer is designated The Parents’ Voice Park Day at Mill Dam Park.  Come out and enjoy the park at a common time with other families.
  • Every Thursday at 7:00pm 2014 Adults co-ed Spring/Summer Soccer League Everyone is welcome to come and play a friendly game of soccer every Thursday night. We have a mixed group of ladies and men of all ages, of every skill level, turning up to play at PHS. The goal of this league is to appeal to all skill levels and participate in some quality exercise (soccer). Our Thursday evening soccer is for all adults regardless of past soccer experience. Everyone is welcome.
  • Farmers Market is open during the growing season in the Agricultural Hall at the Shawville Fairgrounds. Saturday mornings from 8:30am-12:30pm and Wednesday afternoons from 12:00-4:00pm.
  • August 2nd – from 1-4 p.m. ARAS Pontiac and the Pontiac Historical Society invite you to take a journey into the past at the Pontiac Museum, 210 Lake St., in Shawville. This is an activity for the whole family, with free admission. Experience our local history through stories, songs and live music about the trappers, early settlers and others who came before us. Come in costume, bring your lawnchair, and discover the past with us!
  • August 8th — Drop in Crafts at the Shawville Clarendon Library. 1-4pm, making animals, all supplies provided, for ages 3-10.  Just bring your imagination and parents are responsible for their children at all times.
  • August 11th –  The Parents’ Voice Evenings in the Park: (5:00p.m. to 7 p.m.) It’s a Teddy Bear Picnic, bring your favorite stuffy along for a special story, and pack a supper picnic and head out to Mill Dam Park for some good old fashion fun. Eating and playing all wrapped up into one. Parents are responsible for their children at all times.
  • August 14th — 7pm, Shawville Lions Hall, Shawville Pontiacs Junior B Team Town Meeting
  • August 15th — Drop in Crafts at the Shawville Clarendon Library. 1-4pm, jewelry making, all supplies provided, for ages 3-16.  Parents are responsible for their children at all times.
  • August 15th — 4:30-7:00, Chicken BBQ at St Paul’s Anglican Church.  Adults $12, children $6, $35 per family.  Everyone is welcome.
  • August 20th — Parent workshop on Healthy Snacks and Lunches, 7pm, Shawville RA, Tips, strategies, free samples and door prizes. Must register by calling 819-648-2550.A partnership with the Shawville District Recreation Association and Bouffe Pontiac
  • August 22nd —  Drop in Crafts at the Shawville Clarendon Library. 1-4pm, Shawville Fair poster making, all supplies provided, for ages 0-17.  Parents are responsible for their children at all times.
  • August 22nd — Tea and Tales, 1-4pm, Shawville Senior’s Center, (former Masonic Lodge, Main St) Come and hear the tales of the Pontiac, told by local authors and historians.  Refreshments to be served.  Five dollar admission goes towards keeping the Pontiac Museum open for years to come.

September 2014

  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3pm, Senior’s Drop in Centre at 244 Main Street (former Masonic Lodge)
  • Every Thursday at 7:00pm 2014 Adults co-ed Spring/Summer Soccer League Everyone is welcome to come and play a friendly game of soccer every Thursday night. We have a mixed group of ladies and men of all ages, of every skill level, turning up to play at PHS. The goal of this league is to appeal to all skill levels and participate in some quality exercise (soccer). Our Thursday evening soccer is for all adults regardless of past soccer experience. Everyone is welcome.
  • Farmers Market is open during the growing season in the Agricultural Hall at the Shawville Fairgrounds. Saturday mornings from 8:30am-12:30pm.
  • Expo Shawville Fair Labour Day Weekend  features main stage entertainment, livestock, handicraft and home craft exhibits and a pay one price admission.
  • September 20th — 2:00-6:00pm, The Auction of Sensational Chairs at the Auberge Mont Blanc, Portage du Fort, light finger food will be service, tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the following locations: SHAWVILLE – W.A. Hodgin’s Home Hardware, Café 349 CAMPBELL’S BAY – Évangéline, 134 Front St., Patti’s This & That, 93 Leslie St. PORTAGE-DU-FORT – the Stone School  RENFREW – Picket Fence
  • September 27th — 7pm, Fundraiser DANCE featuring the music of  Sneezy Waters and His Very Fine Band at the Stone School in  Portage-du-Fort. CASH bar. Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased from the following people: Val Bridgeman – 819-647-3985,  Bonnie – artschool@artpontiac.com,  Jennifer and Scott Judd

October 2014

  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3pm, Senior’s Drop in Centre at 244 Main Street (former Masonic Lodge)
  • Farmers Market is open during the growing season in the Agricultural Hall at the Shawville Fairgrounds. Saturday mornings from 8:30am-12:30pm.
  • Junior B Hockey Home Schedule
  • October 25th  — 9am-1pm,  heavy garbage day for Shawville residents only, at Tom Orr’s Transfer Station, C384 7th Concession. Heavy Garbage drop-off Fall 2014

 November 2014

 December 2014

January 2014

  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3pm, Senior’s Drop in Centre at 244 Main Street (former Masonic Lodge)
  • Junior B Hockey Home Schedule
  • Free public skating Tuesdays 2:30-3:20 (Senior skate) 3:30-4:50, Saturdays 7:00-8:20pm thanks to local business sponsors
  • January 17th — Minor Hockey Night at the Shawville Junior B game at 8pm at the Shawville Arena
  • January 17th — Sneezy Waters Performing classic country, blues and folk songs at St. Paul’s Anglican Church hall, Friday January 17, 2014 at 7:30 P.M. Proceeds of this event will go to St. Paul’s restoration fund. Tickets are $25 each and available at Stedman’s and Murray’s Shawville or phone 819-647-2691.

 February 2014

  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3pm, Senior’s Drop in Centre at 244 Main Street (former Masonic Lodge)
  • Junior B Hockey Home Schedule
  • Free public skating Tuesdays 2:30-3:20 (Senior skate) 3:30-4:50, Saturdays 7:00-8:20pm thanks to local business sponsors
  • February 1st — Outdoor Winter Activity Day at Pine Lodge, 11:00-3:00
  • February 1st — Electronic recycling at the Pontiac Transfer Station (Tom Orr’s), C384 7th Concession, Shawville, 9:00-12:00
  • February 8th — Be My Valentine Craft and Vendor Showcase, 10:00-3:30, Shawville RA Hall
  • February 22nd — Pontiac Winter Bridal Show, 12:00-4:00, St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall.  All proceeds to the Pontiac Relay for Life
  • February 22nd – 10am-11am, Infant and Toddler Massage FREE workshop Mike Gray.  Handouts will be provided.   Limited childcare available so please call Patti at 819-647-2922 for more information. A donation would be appreciated to cover childcare.
  • February 23rd — 7pm Pontiac Jr B playoffs vs Renfrew at the Shawville arena.
  • February 24th — Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories  with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents  10:00am Location: 244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center
  • February 27th — 8pm Pontiac Jr B playoffs vs Renfrew at the Shawville arena
  • February 28-March 2nd — Fish Findlay Classic 3 vs 3 Mens 18+ Hockey Tournament, all proceeds to Shawville and Districk Minor Hockey
  • February 28-March 2nd — 12pm-4pm each day, Animal Aide Pontiac Adoption Event.  All cats will be spayed or neutered and vaccinated.  Adoption fees are $100 cash only please, bring a proper cage to transport the cat home.

March 2014

  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3pm, Senior’s Drop in Centre at 244 Main Street (former Masonic Lodge)
  • Free public skating Tuesdays 2:30-3:20 (Senior skate) 3:30-4:50, Saturdays 7:00-8:20pm thanks to local business sponsors
  • March 1st Shawville Family Fun Day 2014, 11am-3pm at various locations in town.  11-12pm, Story and Crafts at the Shawville-Clarendon Library, 12-2pm, free BBQ (hot dogs, drinks, fruit, etc), 12-3pm, bonfire with marshmallow roasting, sliding and skating, 12:30-3pm Senior Euchre Tournament at the Shawville Senior’s Center, 1-2pm, children’s games and activities at the outdoor rink.
  • March 3rd – Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents, 244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center FREE
  • March 3rd — 1pm-4pm, Family Fun Day, Pine Lodge, Bristol (6 Pine Lodge Rd), sleigh rides, hot chocolate & snacks, sliding, snowshoeing (available on site), music and games March Break Family Activities March 3-7 2014 EN
  • March 3rd — St Paul’s Anglican Church Pancake Supper, 4:30pm-7pm at St Paul’s Church Hall, Main Street, $10 adults, $4 children.  Everyone is welcome.
  • March 6th — 1pm-4pm, Family Fun Day, Centre des Loisirs des Draveurs, Fort Coulonge (33 de centre récréatif), public skating, snacks March Break Family Activities March 3-7 2014 EN
  • March 7th — 1pm-4pm, Family Fun Day, Northfolk, Chichester (252 Ancien chemin de Nichabau), Sleigh rides, hot chocolate & snacks, sliding (bring your sled), snowshoeing (available on site) and crafts March Break Family Activities March 3-7 2014 EN
  • March 10th — Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories  with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents,  244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center  FREE
  • March 14th – 5 - 6 pm at the CEDEC office, 357 Main St, you’re invited to celebrate the Chimney Swift Roost Project. Chimney Swift info will be available along with refreshments. Check out the campaign at http://goo.gl/PudD76
  • March 17th — Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories  with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents,  244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center  FREE
  • March 21st — The Shawville Figure Skating Club presents “Bring Your Skates to Work”, this Friday, March 21st at 7:00 p.m. Admission is $5.00, children under 10 are free. Come out for a great evening of entertainment and support your local skating club!
  • March 24th — Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories  with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents,  244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center  FREE
  • March 31st — Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories  with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents,  244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center  FREE

April 2014

  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3pm, Senior’s Drop in Centre at 244 Main Street (former Masonic Lodge)
  • April 4th — Shawville Shenanigans Playgroup, 9:30-11:30, New Hope Christian Fellowship Church, 586 Main St, Shawville
  • April 4th — Spaghetti Supper, 5:00-7:00pm at the Shawville United Church, enjoy some friendship, fellowship, and delicious spaghetti. Bring the entire family to feast on a heaping plate of homemade spaghetti with cupcakes for dessert. Everyone welcome!!  $10/person  Children 5 years old and under eat free
  • April 7th — Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories  with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents,  244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center  FREE
  • April 8th – 10-11am, Storytime at the Shawville- Clarendon Library with the Comité 0-5
  • April 11th — Shawville Shenanigans Playgroup, 9:30-11:30, New Hope Christian Fellowship Church, 586 Main St, Shawville
  • April 12th – The Fairy Godmother Shoppe (affordable prom/grad dresses, shoes and accessories) Open house on Saturday April 12, 2014 at Shawville United Church, 410 Main st., Shawville, or send us a message to make a shopping appointment.
  • April 12th — Shawville- Clarendon Fireman’s Ball, 9:00pm, at the Shawville Lion’s Hall.  Live Band: Bacon Tree, light lunch served, lots of door prizes, come out and support your local volunteer Fire Dept.  Tickets are $5 each available from any firefighter or at the door
  • April 14th — Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories  with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents,  244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center  FREE
  • April 15th — 6:30pm. Open House at Pontiac High School, 455 Maple St, showcasing the educational experience at PHS
  • April 24th — 6-6:45pm, Storytime at the Shawville-Clarendon Library with the Comité 0-5
  • April 25th — Shawville Shenanigans Playgroup, 9:30-11:30, New Hope Christian Fellowship Church, 586 Main St, Shawville
  • April 26th — 10:00am-1:30pm Women’s Wellness Network and Feel Fit present KATHIE DONOVAN (formerly of Regional Contact) www.kathiedonovan.com. Tickets are $35 and include lunch ONLY 100 tickets available – get them early. For information and tickets call: Marilyn 819-648-2366 or Lynne 819-647-2268
  • April 28th — Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories  with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents,  244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center  FREE

May 2014

  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3pm, Senior’s Drop in Centre at 244 Main Street (former Masonic Lodge)
  • Every Thursday at 7:00pm 2014 Adults co-ed Spring/Summer Soccer League Everyone is welcome to come and play a friendly game of soccer every Thursday night. We have a mixed group of ladies and men of all ages, of every skill level, turning up to play at PHS. The goal of this league is to appeal to all skill levels and participate in some quality exercise (soccer). Our Thursday evening soccer is for all adults regardless of past soccer experience. Everyone is welcome.
  • May 5th — Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories  with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents,  244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center  FREE
  • May 9th — Spring Fling Luncheon and Bake Sale, 11:00am-2:00pm, $5 per person, fresh sandwiches, dessert, coffee or tea.  A fundraiser for Animal Aide Pontiac, 244 Main St, Seniors Drop in Center
  • May 10th — 10:00am Rusenstrom Roots will be having a 6km fun run or walk to raise money for this years Relay For Life (in support of Canadian cancer society)  We are asking that everyone donate $10 ($20/family) to participate in the run/walk.  Strollers are welcome. Early registration details to follow. 2 Bristol View Rd, Bristol, QC
  • May 10th — Art Battle, 7:00pm (doors open at 6:30pm), Shawville RA Hall, 455 Hillcrest Ave.  Art Battle is a 3-round live painting competition featuring 12 local professional and emerging artists. The audience votes for the winners of each round and the single overall winner.  To CONTACT the Shawville Art Battle organizers email artbattle@artpontiac.com or call Kate at 819-455-2601
  • May 10th — 8:30pm-1:00am Pontiac Agricultural Society Dance featuring Sidewinder at the Agricultural Hall.  Tickets are 10.00 per person or 15.00 at the door *Age of Majority Required* Tickets are available from all PAS Directors and at our Fair Board Office.  For more info contact our office @ 819-647-3213
  • May 12th – Mother Goose Songs, Rhymes and Stories  with KAZ!!!! Ages 0-4 and Parents,  244 Main Street at the Seniors Drop in Center  FREE
  • May 12th — Senior Drop in Center, 244 Main St, 6:00pm Mother Goose fundraiser Show, entertainment by the children 0-5, adults $10, children free, everyone is welcome.
  • May 15th — Boutique Gwendoline and Shawville Shoes Fashion Show at Auberge Mont Blanc,  Portage-du-Fort, QC 6:30 pm, show Starts – 7:30 pm.  Dessert & coffee served.  Cash, cheques & credit cards accepted. Proceeds to PCH Operating Room in memory of Lynn Lang, & Pontiac Reception Centre Foundation. Great Door Prizes! Tickets $25.00, by advance sale only. Available only at Boutique Gwendoline & Shawville Shoes. 819-647-2955 or 819-647-5711
  • May 24th — Spring Heavy Garbage Drop Off. All solid garbage may be deposited at Tom Orr’s Transfer Station at C384 7th Concession Rd, at no charge. The hours of operation are from 9:00am to 1:00pm.  All garbage must be delivered by the homeowners themselves; it will not be picked up.  We ask that metal and household appliances be separated from regular garbage.  Tires will not be accepted.  There will be No garbage accepted from Businesses.*Attention Seniors: if you are unable to drop off your heavy garbage, arrangements may be made through the Town Hall. Please contact us at 819-647-2979
  • May 24th — 11am-3pm,  BBQ for the Relay for Life in the Giant Tiger Parking lot.  
  • May 24th — 9am-12pm, Shawville United Church,  Mom 2 Mom Sale. 20$ to rent a table to sell your gently loved kids clothes, toys, books etc. The event is going to be held in the Church driveway this year to allow for more space for the vendors, although will use the hall in case of rain.
  • May 24th — 8am-1pm. St Paul’s Anglican Church.  Indoor Garage Sale, $10 table rental available, donations accepted, call Carolyn at 819-647-3702 (evenings)
  • May 25th — 1:00-3:00.  SPORT EQUIPMENT SALE/EXCHANGE at the Shawville RA Hall on Hillcrest Ave (near the ball field). This will be your chance to sell/trade your own equipment or save some money and buy used equipment. Bring your camping gear, life jackets, soccer cleats, riding boots, golf clubs, baseball gloves, bats, water skis, roller-blades, canoes/kayaks, etc.  Registration: Reserve your spot at 819-648-5689 ext. 239 or 819-647-2312 on or before May 10. Places are limited
  • May 25th — 12:15pm Blessing of the Bicycles by St Paul’s Anglican Church. Meet on the PPJ trail near Centre Street in Shawville for a blessing of the bicycles. Please join us for this event.
  • May 26th – The Parent’s Voice Walking Day. Everyone is welcome to meet at Mill Dam Park in Shawville at 9:30am to go for a walk. Every Monday throughout the summer will be Walking Day! 
  • May 28th — 9:30-12:00 Every Wednesday throughout the summer is designated The Parents’ Voice Park Day at Mill Dam Park.  Come out and enjoy the park at a common time with other families.
  • May 31st Pontiac Relay for Life  Fairgrounds, Shawville Festivities begin on site, at 4 p.m. Relay begins at 7 p.m.

June 2014

  • Every Monday throughout the summer will be The Parent’s Voice Walking Day! Everyone is welcome to meet at Mill Dam Park in Shawville at 9:30am to go for a walk around town and play in the park afterwards.
  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3pm, Senior’s Drop in Centre at 244 Main Street (former Masonic Lodge)
  • Every Wednesday from 9:30-12:00, throughout the summer is designated The Parents’ Voice Park Day at Mill Dam Park.  Come out and enjoy the park at a common time with other families.
  • Every Thursday at 7:00pm 2014 Adults co-ed Spring/Summer Soccer League Everyone is welcome to come and play a friendly game of soccer every Thursday night. We have a mixed group of ladies and men of all ages, of every skill level, turning up to play at PHS. The goal of this league is to appeal to all skill levels and participate in some quality exercise (soccer). Our Thursday evening soccer is for all adults regardless of past soccer experience. Everyone is welcome.
  • Farmers Market is open during the growing season in the Agricultural Hall at the Shawville Fairgrounds. Saturday mornings from 8:30am-12:30pm.
  • June 3rd — 6:30-7:30, information session and registration night for Shawville RA, at the RA Hall on Hillcrest (Ballpark)
  • June 5 — 2nd Annual Spring Fair in support of Dr SE McDowell Elementary School. 5:00-8:00pm. Events include a BBQ, sponsored by the Shawville Lions Club, games and prizes, face painting, mini fireman’s challenge, radar speed throw, ice cream booth and bake sale, a bike raffle, and popcorn concession. Entertainment for the evening includes music by Brad Summerfield, McDowell’s Glee Club, the Shawville 4-H Square Dancers and Corriveau’s School of Dance.  We will close off the evening with a student art auction, led by local artist Jennifer Dale Judd. There is something for everyone! 
  • June 6th – 4:30-7:00pm, annual chicken BBQ dinner at St Paul’s Anglican Church, adults $12, children $6, family $36.  Everyone welcome.
  • June 6-8  — Annual Fishing Derby at Mill Dam Park, fishing course at 9:15am on Saturday for children 8-12  FISHING DERBY
  • June 6-8 — 4th Annual DIFD 3-Pitch Ball Tournament at the Shawville Ball Park
  • June 7th — 8:30-12:30  The Pontiac Farmers Market is hosting a Spring Buy- Sell Day.  Chickens, Peacocks, Rabbits, Quail, Ducks & other small FARM animals, as well as small animal cages, incubators etc.
  • June 7-8, 14-15Pontiac Artists’ Studio Tour.  This year, 18 artists are featured in 14 studios throughout Québec’s scenic Pontiac region, west of Ottawa-Gatineau. Meet and talk with local artists in their studios. Artworks are on exhibit and for sale. Admission is free.  Studios are open from 10am-4pm.
  • June 8th –9:00am-1:00pm, the Shawville 4-H Club will be holding their 4th Annual Pancake Breakfast at Dr. S. E. McDowell Elementary School. Prices: Adults $10, Children under 12 $5, Children 2 and under free.  All proceeds go towards Brett Nugent and Dan Newberry. Thank you for you support!
  • June 8th — 3:00pm, there will be a Remembrance Service for Richard and Manon Filion, arranged by the Pontiac Clergy Association at the Shawville United Church. Rev Aaron Perry, a former employee of the Filions, will be the guest speaker. Coffee and refreshments will be served following the service in the church hall. Everyone is invited to join in a spirit of Thanksgiving for the outstanding contribution the Fillions made to the people of this area and beyond.
  • June 12 –Pontiac Agricultural Society, 50 Shades Darker. Come out and enjoy a night with your nearest and dearest ladies!!!   We have an awesome line up of live auction and silent auctions items as well as some vendors for you to browse. Doors open at 5:30p.m.  Comedian takes the stage at 7:00p.m. *Age of Majority Required* Desserts and Coffee Served. Tickets available at our Office or from any director. $10 in advance or $15 at the door.
  • June 14th –  Car Seat Clinic – Park Day – BBQ Fundraiser 10:00 am to noon. Come spend the morning at the park with your children and have your car seats checked to make sure they are properly placed by a certified police officer.  The Parents’ Voice has planned this Park Day since many parents have asked for information about car seat safety.  We are also having a BBQ with hotdogs and drinks to raise money to support children’s programming in the Shawville area.  Everyone is welcome to attend!
  • June 18th — Pontiac Country Women’s Institute Summer Supper, Stark’s Corners United Church Hall, 4:30-7:00pm.  Adults $12, Children 12 and under $5.
  • June 28th – 10:00am-1:00pm. The Parents’ Voice Car Wash at Shawville Ford.  Make a donation towards programming for children in the Shawville area.

July 2014

  • Every Monday throughout the summer will be The Parent’s Voice Walking Day! Everyone is welcome to meet at Mill Dam Park in Shawville at 9:30am to go for a walk around town and play in the park afterwards.
  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3pm, Senior’s Drop in Centre at 244 Main Street (former Masonic Lodge)
  • Every Wednesday from 9:30-12:00, throughout the summer is designated The Parents’ Voice Park Day at Mill Dam Park.  Come out and enjoy the park at a common time with other families.
  • Every Thursday at 7:00pm 2014 Adults co-ed Spring/Summer Soccer League Everyone is welcome to come and play a friendly game of soccer every Thursday night. We have a mixed group of ladies and men of all ages, of every skill level, turning up to play at PHS. The goal of this league is to appeal to all skill levels and participate in some quality exercise (soccer). Our Thursday evening soccer is for all adults regardless of past soccer experience. Everyone is welcome.
  • Farmers Market is open during the growing season in the Agricultural Hall at the Shawville Fairgrounds. Saturday mornings from 8:30am-12:30pm.
  • July 1st – 6th annual Canada Day Flea Market, Shawville Arena, 9:00am-4:30pm.  Bring you own table, reserve your spot for 10.00$ which will be donated to the  SHAWVILLE HOSPITAL FUND, also there will be a 50/50 DRAW and SILENT AUCTION
  • Canada Day – July 1st, celebrate Canada’s birthday with full festivities of the soap box derby,  a parade,  enjoy the Shawville Clarendon Fire Department Pig Roast and at dusk watch the fireworks. Canada Day
  • July 4th –  The Parents’ Voice Evening in the Park: (5:00p.m. to 7 p.m.) Pack a supper picnic and head out to Mill Dam Park for some good old fashion fun. Eating and playing all wrapped up into one. Parents are responsible for their children at all times.
  • July 8-10th, 9am-4pm, Open House at the Pontiac Archives for more information please call 819-647-7013
  • July 11th –  Shawville Ford Test Drive Fundraiser. Come test drive a new Ford and the Shawville RA and The Parents’ Voice earns $20. From 10am – 5pm
  • July 11th — 8pm at Mill Dam Park, Movie Night in the Park.  The Lego Movie will be playing, cost is $2.00 a person, and The Parents’ Voice will be selling popcorn and refreshments. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets.  In case of rain, the movie will be moved indoors to the Shawville Senior’s Center on Main Street. Movie Night in the Park
  • July 14th The Parents’ Voice Evenings in the Park: (5:00p.m. to 7 p.m.) Pack a supper picnic and head out to Mill Dam Park for some good old fashion fun. Eating and playing all wrapped up into one. Parents are responsible for their children at all times.
  • July 17-20thShawville Lions Country Jamboree
  • July 19th — Street Fair and BBQ.  Lots of fun activities are planned for children.  For more information please contact the Town Hall at 819-647-2979. Street Fair
  • July 28th- August 1st — Daily Vacation Bible School, the Pentecostal, Grace, New Hope and Wesleyan Churches are teaming up again for another amazing week from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  Bible stories, music, experiments, snacks and more!  Cost is $5.00 for the week and everyone gets a t-shirt!

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Upcoming Events

Every Tuesday and Thursday Senior's Drop in Center (former Masonic Lodge), 1-3pm, 244 Main Street

Every Saturday from 8:30-12:30 and Wednesday from 12:00-4:00pm the Pontiac Farmers Market is open at the Shawville Fairgrounds.

Fridays in August, from 1-4pm, drop in crafts at the Shawville Clarendon Library.

August 14th -- 7pm, Shawville Lions Hall, Shawville Pontiacs Junior B Team Town Meeting

August 15th, 4:30-7:00, Chicken BBQ at St Paul's Anglican Church