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March 22nd, 2021 edition
Purple paradise: Those who like the color purple now have a must-see destination to put on their wish lists: Banwol Island and Parkji Island in Sinan-gun, South Jeolla Province, South Korea. Authorities on these islands have planted lavender fields and various trees with purple flowers, and they are developing an infrastructure painted with purple. The two islands are connected via a purple footbridge, and some of the roads have been splashed with violet paint. Homeowners have even joined the action by painting their houses various shades of this vibrant color.
Pen art: Many people keep a stash of ballpoint pens on hand for writing notes or letters. But for Ukrainian artist Andrey Poletaev, the ballpoint pen is his paintbrush. Poletaev is an artist who creates drawings using these pens, and his work looks almost like black-and-white photographs. They are intricate and can take hundreds of hours to finish. He layers ink in some places, and lightly covers other areas to create many shades. He creates street scenes, portraits, animals, and landscapes using old techniques and creating many of his own.
Kidding aside: Kris Hedstrom of Odessa, Florida (U.S.), thinks she had the wool pulled over her eyes when the Nigerian dwarf goats she purchased couldn’t be registered as pedigrees. The goats – Bella, Gigi, Rosie, Zelda, and Margoat – came from neighbour Heather Dayner’s farm. When Hedstrom tried to register the animals, she was turned away because Dayner was not an active member of the American Dairy Goat Association. Not to be deterred, Hedstrom filed a lawsuit asking Dayner to pay for a paternity test on the goats.
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Mcmaster University Motionball March Madness – March 22, A virtual fundraiser bringing together students and local Special Olympics athletes to compete in a series of challenges that promote inclusion and equal access to sport, with a goal of raising $50,000 for the Special Olympics Canada Foundation. Click here McMaster University – motionball For Special Olympics | motionball pour Olympic Speciaux Contact info Emma Lewis Email:email@example.com
Copetown Lions Bottle/Can drive – Copetown Community Centre – lower parking lot, Saturday, April 10, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Senior Education Session: Solutions to Climate Change – Wednesday, March 24, 10:00 am Flamborough Connects, Facilitated through Zoom. An interactive zoom session to discuss positive solutions to Climate Change. Call Flamborough Connects to register at 905 689 7880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
POP-UP PEROGY DINNER – March 26, 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM. Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #36. 280 King Street West, Dundas ON, 905-627-7221
1. Which bird is often seen as a sign of peace?
2. Arbor Day is a special day for planting poppies, roses, or trees?
3. How many bones are in the human pelvis?
4. Gymnast Simone Biles won four Olympic gold medals in which city
5. What type of novels is Bram Stoker known for writing?
(March 21 – April 20)
You may experience sudden insights, make discoveries, or come up with fresh solutions to problems.You might need to seek alternatives to the routine way of doing things. Lucky numbers: 1, 4, 14, 22, 23, 36.
(April 21 – May 21)
Your career or professional cycle may feel very high right now.You might need to push away any negative emotions and wish your way into interesting plans for the future. Lucky numbers: 7, 11, 21, 24, 33, 47.
(May 22 – June 21)
Your heart may be touched in a special way. You might help others reach for their goals. Your sincere compassion and understanding may win the admiration of others.Lucky numbers: 1, 4, 9, 12, 25, 32.
(June 22 – July 22)
You may easily become fired up emotionally, especially about people, places, or causes to which you have strong attachments,such as your neighbourhood or hometown. Lucky numbers: 17, 18, 19, 35, 40, 49.
(July 23 – Aug. 23)
Your efforts may be well received. You could move forward with creative projects, and express yourself on a more comfortable level. Confidence and inner harmony may prevail. Lucky numbers: 14, 24, 26, 37, 38, 42.
(Aug. 24 – Sept. 23)
You may need to have a heart-to-heart talk with a friend or advisor on matters of personal relationships. You could gain a better appreciation and rapport as a result. Lucky Numbers: 6, 8, 20, 24, 43, 46.
(Sept. 24 – Oct. 23)
You might have a really good sense of what you want to accomplish. Training yourself in what steps you need to take may be important. Apply yourself with full force. Lucky numbers: 13, 23, 29, 34, 42, 46.
(Oct. 24 – Nov. 22)
Try not to overextend yourself as you attempt to advance your personal causes. Don’t allow negative comments from others to take away your enthusiasm. Lucky Numbers: 5, 8, 9, 19, 21, 27.
(Nov. 23 – Dec. 21)
You may be very serious and not very likely to compromise. This intensity might help you push through obstacles and deepen your understanding of others. Lucky Numbers: 1, 22, 28, 30, 42, 46.
(Dec. 22 – Jan. 20)
Recent comments made may have hurt your ego. You might need to find a good sounding board in someone who is willing to listen to your deepest emotions and thoughts. Lucky numbers: 17, 24, 29, 32, 39, 43.
(Jan. 21 – Feb. 19)
You might need to speak your mind. Others may sing your praises and help you promote your cause. You might need to recognize the power that you possess within your circle.Lucky numbers: 12, 21, 23, 36, 44, 46.
(Feb. 20 – March 20)
You might know in your heart that you need to change some past habits or lifestyle choices.Your innermost motivation could help you put your best foot forward. Lucky numbers: 5, 13, 16, 33, 37, 41.
Lucky numbers this week: Lucky numbers this week: This week’s odds favour Gemini winners with the luckiest number being 9.
Meaning of flowers: Red roses may symbolize love, but other flowers represent not-so-nice emotions. For example, striped carnations mean rejection and lobelia signifies malevolence, which is ill will or spite.
Comfort food: A popular dish served in some parts of Germany is called Himmel und Erde, meaning “heaven and earth.” A comforting casserole, it includes both potatoes (from the earth) and apples (from the trees, which are a little closer to “heaven”).
Wide range: The painted lady butterfly is found all around the world, except in Australia and Antarctica. These pretty orange and brown-black insects are also known as thistle or cosmopolitan butterflies.
Tall tower: At 553.3 metres (1,815 ft.) high, the CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario (Canada), is the third tallest tower in the world, after the Tokyo Sky Tree in Tokyo and the Canton Tower in Guangzhou, China.
Photo fanatic: Annie Leibovitz is a famous American portrait photographer. She worked at Rolling Stone magazine from 1970 to 1980, covering many famous people, including rock stars and politicians.
Why do bees have sticky hair? Because they use honeycombs.
Once in a while, it’s good to pause in our pursuit of happiness and just be happy.
What is the most important thing to learn in chemistry class? Never lick the spoon.
Owner: “I did, I raised him from a pup.”
When traveling at the speed of sound, can you still hear the radio?
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