“Getting Down to Business”
King Township Mayor Steve Pellegrini will be unveiling a new interactive digital guide at this year’s luncheon.
“Getting Down To Business” — to help you if you are starting our expanding your business in King is the message he’ll bring April 27. Pellegrini will also be presenting an updated and refreshed version of www.economicking.ca, King’s go-to resource for all King businesses.
Mayor Pellegrini will also provide an update on recent business successes in King as well as a look at upcoming strategic investments and initiatives that demonstrate King’s commitment to partnering for prosperity!
Don’t miss this information-packed Chamber of Commerce event and opportunity to network with your business colleagues.
It will be held Thursday, April 27 from noon to 2 p.m. at Nobleton Lakes Golf Club. For more, visit www.kingchamber.ca
Annual ‘Best of the Best’ Rummage Sale
The “best rummage sale” takes place Saturday, April 29th, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at All Saints church,12935 Keele St., King City. Admission is $1, with children 12 and under free.
The first annual Aurora Antique Show, in support of the Alzheimer Society of York Region, will take place on Sunday April 30, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the beautiful Aurora Seniors Center, 99 John West Way. Admission is $3 per person. In all, 25 select vendors will showcase everything from furniture to fine furnishings, art, jewelry, fine china and glass, Contemporary chic to Country charm, European and Canadiana, primitive, vintage and retro.
For further information, please contact email@example.com, 289-380-0156.
Take a sweet ride down memory lane
King residents are invited to take a “sweet ride” into the past by visiting Alan Bray’s collection.
The home museum will be open to the public Saturday, April 29 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Admission is free.
It’s located at 19230 Bathurst Street, on the west side, 5 kilometres north of Highway 9.
Sadly, it will be open for the last time to King residents, 12 years and up. Bray has plans to auction off the contents.
The collection is 28,000 square feet of vintage automobiles, service station gas pumps, soda pop bottles, old-style farm equipment, and lots more including a startlingly well-preserved Conestoga wagon all inside a modern partially-Mennonite-built barn.
The collection goes up for auction June 7, 8, 9 and 10.
But, the auction will be in a tent outside, and this is your last chance to see the collection all together in its incredibly pristine setting.
For more information please contact Arts Society King (ASK) at artssocietyking.ca or visit the King Township Heritage and Cultural Centre.
Chamber of Commerce Events
The King Chamber of Commerce has many events planned from April through December. For a complete listing, visit http://kingchamber.ca/page-1373525
For more, visit the Community Events Calendar brought to you by King Township Public Library: