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  • Parks and Playgrounds | Town of Kensington
    golf Kensington has wonderful programs and facilities that can meet your recreational needs Confederation Trail The Confederation Trail www tourismpei com pei trails was built on deserted railway tracks in 1989 and stretches from one end of Prince Edward Island to the other It takes you on a journey through scenic woodlands through charming communities with picturesque views The Confederation Trail continues through the heart of Kensington and connects to neighboring communities enabling you to bike walk jog or snowmobile Snowmobiles take ownership of the trails during the winter months and have the privilege of enjoying a safe passage while traveling across the Island Trail passes can be purchased through the Prince Edward Island Snow Mobile Association www peisa ca The John Hogg Kensington Public Forest The John Hogg Kensington Public Forest is a delightful place for those special excursions with the family Whether on a picnic bird watching a stroll or cross country skiing the Public Forest can meet your needs Featuring 14 9 hectares 36 8 acres it is home to a mature Acadian forest immature forest fields and hedgerows In addition to 94 species of plants and 2 4 kilometers of woodland with natural surface trails and

    Original URL path: http://kensington.ca/recreation-wellness/parks-and-playgrounds/ (2014-10-08)
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  • Seniors Initiatives | Town of Kensington
    at the end of each meeting Monthly meeting every second Monday at 1 00 p m 2 00 p m followed by speakers concerns of seniors parties and demonstrations of projects done by seniors of Kensington and Area Monthly Schedule December Santa exchange of gifts and luncheon January Celebrate birthdays of club members from June to Jan with cupcake and tea and a story of a memorable birthday February Pharmacist speaker March Open house for basket weaving classes April Senior issues by speaker from Seniors Federation of PEI May Physio speaker June Annual Meeting election of officers another birthday party to celebrate the remaining birthdays from Jan to June The Senior Surfers Club does not meet in the months of July and August Senior Surfers Club Executive President Grace MacLeod 886 2808 Vice President Lois Brown 836 3173 Secretary Ruby Cousins 836 5613 Treasurer Jay Mc Nair 836 3946 Past President Gerald McCarvill 836 3188 Questions regarding the club may be directed to any member of the Executive Basket Weaving A Basket Weaving Course will begin on Jan 8 and will run weekly for 8 sessions Co ordinator is Ruby Cousins and instructors are Sara Richard and Lois Brown Limit for this course is 10 Club members This is funded by a New Horizons Grant from Federal Government The course includes art of basket weaving learning about the MicMaq culture story telling and a visit to Lennox Island We have invited the KISH teachers and students to partner with us but as yet no decision has been made We want students to get our stories first hand It is often said We should have asked about that when so and so was still living and now it is too late to ask for answers One day will be set aside

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  • Community Groups | Town of Kensington
    and the Maritimes While in Kensington visit the Kensington Club and enjoy Address 73 Woodleigh Drive PO Box 281 Kensington PE C0B 1M0 General Manager Tara LeBlanc Hours of Operation Monday Thursday 11 00am 12 30am Friday Saturday 11 00am 2 00am Sunday 1 00pm 7 00pm Kensington Lion s Club Lions Club members are men and women who strive to make a difference in their local community as well as in communities worldwide Their volunteer efforts go beyond the support of vision care to addressing unmet health and education needs worldwide Why should I become a Lion As a Lions Club member you can make a difference everyday in your community provide support locally or reach out internationally grow personally and professionally by participating in our programs community service projects and events have an impact on local and international humanitarian issues develop relationships with both local and international community and business leaders have access to membership discounts and services Address Kensington Lion s Club 30 Garden Drive PO Box 112 Kensington PE C0B 1M0 James Condon President Contact for bookings Carl Semple 902 836 3261 Royal Canadian Legion Branch 9 Kensington Prince Edward Island The Royal Canadian Legion was founded upon principles which endure today and will serve well all those who belong now and who may belong in the future These principles are That the sacrifice made by so many shall not be in vain and we shall strive to maintain unity in our nation together with our constant endeavor to promote and maintain peace goodwill and freedom within our country and throughout the world so that all citizens may be worthy of the sacrifice made by them That those who are serving or have served in the Armed Forces of our Country together with their widows and dependants shall be fully and adequately represented in all the councils of the Royal Canadian Legion Future ex service persons shall enjoy the same privileges in perpetuity The branch has an active Ladies Auxiliary who also cater to our functions The Branch is available for banquets weddings special functions benefits and meetings Members new members visitors and guests 19 years and older are welcome Address Royal Canadian Legion Lt Col E W Johnstone Branch 9 88 Victoria St W P0 Box 182 Kensington PE C0B 1M0 Phone 902 836 3229 Branch President Lester Davison Hours of Operation Monday to Saturday 11am 12 am Hours will be adjusted for weddings and other events Kensington Veterans Memorial Military Museum Next door to the Kensington Royal Canadian Legion is The Kensington Veterans Memorial Military Museum which is affiliated with the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa The Museum is open from July 1st to the end of September six days a week and to the end of November by appointment The Museum houses many artifacts from World War I World War II and the Korean Conflict and is second to none New London Community Complex The New London Complex is the cultural hub in

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  • Arena Schedule | Town of Kensington
    AA 12 30 1 30 Midget AA 4 20 5 20 Available 3 50 4 50 Available 4 20 5 20 Figure Skating 4 20 5 20 Available 3 20 4 20 Peewee Matrix 1 40 2 40 Atom AA 5 30 6 30 Figure Skating 5 00 6 00 K Town Minor Hockey 5 30 6 30 Figure Skating 5 30 6 30 Available 4 30 5 30 Figure Skating 2 50 3 50 Available 6 40 7 40 Available 6 10 7 10 K Town Minor Hockey 6 40 7 40 Atom Matrix 6 40 7 40 Peewee Matrix 5 30 7 00 Figure Skating 4 00 5 00 Connie Moase 5 00 6 00 Vipers 7 50 9 20 Wild 7 20 8 20 K Town Minor Hockey 7 50 9 20 Wild 7 50 9 20 Midget Matrix 7 30 9 00 Wild Game 5 10 Atom Matrix 9 30 Available 8 30 9 30 K Town Minor Hockey 9 30 Available 9 30 Available 9 50 11 20 Luke Gallant 7 30 Wild Game 9 40 Vipers Oct 12 Oct 13 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 16 Oct 17 Oct 18 Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 11 50 12 50 Available 11 50 12 50 Available 2 00 Vipers Game 3 00 4 00 Available 1 00 2 00 Cavendish 3 50 4 50 Available 4 00 5 00 Available 3 35 4 35 Available 3 50 4 50 Available 4 15 7 00 Figure Skating 2 40 3 40 Available 5 00 8 00 Figure Skating 5 10 6 10 S Side Atom AA 4 45 7 30 Figure Skating 5 00 6 00 John Murphy 7 10 8 10 Available 3 50 4 50 Available 5 00 6 30 Bantam Matrix

    Original URL path: http://kensington.ca/recreation-wellness/community-garden-complex/community-gardens-arena/arena-schedule/ (2014-10-08)
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  • Relay for Life | Town of Kensington
    participant is asked to raise at least 100 and each team must have at least one representative on the track at all times during the event How you can get involved Become a team captain Take on the responsibility of being the leader and motivator for your team Recruit a Co Captain so you can support each other Be the communication link between your team and the Cancer Society Support motivate and excite your team and help them meet your fundraising goals Become a Corporate Sponsor Sponsorship from local businesses helps to off set the cost of staging Relay events This ensures that funds raised are used to minimize the incidence and impact of cancer in the community Businesses can donate in cash or in kind Please contact us to find out how you can help Join the Organizing Committee Staging an event like Relay For Life requires a dedicated and energetic committee of volunteers Volunteers with creative ideas generosity of spirit and time to share are always appreciated Share your talents Trackside entertainment is a huge part of the vibrant and festive atmosphere at Relay For Life If you ve got talent and are willing to share it we want to hear from you Support a Relay For Life team Apart from donating to team fundraising there are many ways you can support team members During the Relay join the hundreds of other supporters trackside and cheer on team members or offer to help as an event day volunteer Share your survivorship Cancer survivors and their caregivers are Relay s guests of honor If you have experienced a cancer diagnosis we would like to invite you to join us as our special guest at our Survivor Reception and our first lap of this year s Relay your Victory Lap

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