This Saturday, July 14, is the 3rd annual SouthFields Community Day, with booths, food, make-your-own items, demonstrations, a Scavenger hunt to "Find Bob", book signing by an author, and more. Over 30 participants will be showcasing their talents, skills and offerings for our enjoyment and enrichment. There will be classic cars to admire, contemporary art, vocal groups, inflatables for kids, a chance to use a pottery wheel, and more.
We'll have our Lyme Disease table and canopy tent there if you want to come by to say hi! Perhaps you have friends with questions about Lyme disease. Perhaps you have a story to share. If you know someone with Lyme disease who would like to be part of the tally, please let them look at the tab at the top of this page for more information.
I'll also have samples of real ticks there to show how tiny they are. Don't worry, they'll be very dead!
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Address: SouthFields Village Public School, 110 Learmont Ave, Caledon. Go north on Kennedy road, cross Mayfield road and the new subdivision will be on your right. Click for a MAP
Here is a pamphlet explaining more about the event on Saturday, that you can page through like a book on your computer. SouthFields Community Day
There is a full page with details about the schedule and times, of what happens when during the day.
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We are amazed at how many people come to ask for information about Lyme disease. They know a little, or have heard the word, but they are hungry and eager to learn more.
With all these events going on, I don't get to update the second part of my story on this blog. My apologies! Thank you for visiting or sharing.
* This September, there will be articles in the SouthFields Village voice about Lyme Disease, both from a vet and from me as a patient.
Grateful for all the opportunities! Please ask if you need to know something. If we don't know, we'll find out.