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The Northern Ontario Railroad Museum would like to extend an invite to the general public for its annual Canada Day Celebrations taking place at the museum on July 1st, 2015 between the hours of 10am and 4pm.
The museum will be offering free admission to the public and there will be special military displays courtesy the 2nd Battalion Irish Regiment. There will be a flag ceremony and singing of O' Canada at 11:00am.
BBQ and Beer Tent will begin at 11:00am as well and Sudbury's own Sugarboom will provide live entertainment beginning at 12:30pm. Come out and meet Stevie and the Rewind 103.9 Retro Ride.
For more information, please feel free to contact the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre at or by calling (705)858-5050

Trinity United Church is in need of donations for their Annual Yard Sale.
Drop off your donations between 1:00 and 8:00 pm on Friday, July 10th
at Trinity United Church, Capreol, 72 Young Street
Yard Sale will be held on Saturday, July 11th from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
For information or for assistance, please contact Colette at 705-858-0715 or
Trinity United Bread and Roses,72 Young Street, Fellowship Hall 3rd Thursday of each month

10 am to Noon. Contact Person:Charlotte Cameron (705) 222-9664

Summer is here! And the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum & Heritage Centre is pleased to announce it opens for the season Saturday, May 23rd. The Museum House & grounds have been improved to allow access to those with mobility issues & to celebrate this event the Hon. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health & Long Term Care, will be on hand to perform the ribbon cutting ceremony at 11 AM along with other local dignitaries. The public are encouraged to attend. .
Hours of Operation: 10 AM to 4P May 23rd to September 3rd, 7 days a week
Soup and Sandwich at the Capreol Legion
What better way to take the winter chill off than a hot homemade bowl of soup & a sandwich.
Every Thursday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm - Eat in or Take out!
Menu: Combo soup, sandwich & beverage $7.00
Soup only $3.00,Sandwich only $3.00, Pop, Coffee or Tea. $1.00
Creepy Capreol
Chilling tales from a railroad town

A new book by Capreol's Matthew Del Papa

Capreol Community Closet

Monday & Wednesday 10:00am to 12:00pm

Saturday 12:30pm to 3:00pm

The CCAN would like to thank the following volunteers for their time and energy in a successful clean-up of the highway: Smokey Gauthier, Mike O'Connor, Jen Smith, Derek Lane, Roy Deacon, Carol Deacon, Nicole Brown, Logan - Brody - and Kona Haas and Karen Crisp. Congratulation to the Lions Club as they also had volunteers out that day. Thank you to any other volunteers that have tried to keep our town clean. To those that throw out garbage, cups, bottles etc. shame on you. - Randy Crisp- Chair of the CCAN
Capreol seniors covet $10M Complex
The board of directors of Capreol Long-Term and Supportive Housing is reaching out to the community, appealing for volunteers to help move plans for a $10-million, 44-unit assisted-living complex off the drawing board to the construction phase more
Fat Louis
Of course Canadian money is very different than American. *
Frank Madigan
A letter to Mayor Matichuk and members of council
Creepy Capreol Comes to Town*
Ask Gammi
Since they put those new post office boxes....
Gotta Run*
Chuckle of the week -
President Obama went to the bank...*
Letters -Kathie Turbitt wriote
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