Puslinch Community Newsletter June 2021
Aberfoyle Farmers’ Market
Back in action for the 2021 season, the Aberfoyle Farmers’ Market is your local market next door with farm-fresh foods, locally grown produce, and handmade goods. Grow with us, every Saturday 8am – 1pm (rain or shine) until the end of October. Kickstart your weekend with a hot cup of coffee and savoury sweets, or just stop by to beat the heat with locally made beverages and fruity ice pops. Our local vendors look forward to meeting you with COVID protocols in effect to keep everyone safe. Follow us on Facebook @aberfoylefarmersmarket and Instagram @aberfoylefarmers for regular updates.
Crieff Hills Retreat Centre
SUNDAY TAKEOUT MEALS. We will be continuing our takeout through the spring and summer! Menus are posted weekly and if they would like to be added to our weekly email they can email firstname.lastname@example.org. More information here: https://crieffhills.com/winter-takeout/
DONATIONS. While the pandemic continues and Crieff Hills is unable to open until restrictions are lifted we are putting out a call for donations during these trying times. More information here: https://crieffhills.com/support/donate/
Puslinch Minor Soccer Club
START DATE. Under the Government of Ontario’s new three step Roadmap to Reopening, organized team sport training is scheduled to begin in Step 1 of the framework. The current estimated start date for Ontario Soccer to begin “Phase 1” of Return to Play is June 14, 2021. Puslinch Minor SC is hopeful our teams will begin practicing at this time, followed by league games starting the first week of July. Once confirmed, coaches will be in contact.
REGISTRATION is still open but many teams are full, or almost there. If you are interested in signing your son/daughter up, don’t delay! Go to puslinchsoccer.com.
Please note we are still looking for Timbits coaches U4/5, U6 and U8 – please contact Katie at email@example.com to volunteer. No experience necessary, we offer plenty of support. For those who previously registered under ‘Register Now, Pay Later’ option, invoices will go out the first week of June.
Puslinch Township Library
For current hours and services, please call the Puslinch Branch 519.763.8026 or visit us online at www.wellington.ca/Library.
JUNE 2021 PROGRAMMES
VIRTUAL AUTHOR VISIT: BASIL AND KEVIN SYLVESTER. Join Wellington County Library and Eden Mills Writers’ Festival in celebrating Pride Month! Co-authored by child-parent duo Basil Sylvester and Kevin Sylvester, The Fabulous Zed Watson is a vibrant and enormous-hearted story about friendship, identity, and belonging, based on Basil’s experience as a non-binary tween. Visit www.emwf.ca to register for this free event for school groups, online learners, and families. Tuesday, June 15 at 10:00 am
TAKE-AND-MAKE ACTIVITY KITS. Get creative with activity kits for preschool, school-aged children, teens, and adults! Contents may include a hands-on activity, activity sheets, and suggestions for additional library resources. Quantities are limited. Pick up at your local branch on a first-come, first-served basis.
JUST FOR YOU FROM WCL. Wondering what to read, watch, or listen to next? Wellington County Library staff are here to help! Visit www.wellington.ca/justforyou, tell us what you love, and we’ll hand-pick a selection of titles for you to borrow.
Township of Puslinch
TOWNSHIP FACILITY CLOSURE UPDATES. The following outdoor recreation amenities are now open;
- Soccer and other sports fields
- Tennis courts
- Basketball courts
Outdoor team sports or recreation classes are not permitted. As the Province is expected to move into ‘Stage 1’ of re-opening mid-June, please check the Township’s COVID-19 page for further updates. https://puslinch.ca/government/covid-19-information-and-updates/
The use of all Township facilities by the public is to be in accordance with the physical separation directives issued by the Province. Individuals using these facilities, except for members of the same household, are required to maintain physical distancing of at least two metres or six feet. All gatherings or events must comply with all Provincial directives as well as those of Wellington-Dufferin Guelph Public Health. We strongly encourage individuals utilizing available facilities to adhere to all physical distancing requirements.
Failure to do so, may result in the Township being directed to close facilities again. Enforcement concerns should be communicated to the OPP non-emergency number at 1-888-310-1122.
The following Township closures remain in effect:
- All washrooms and change rooms
- Puslinch Community Centre
- Optimist Recreation Centre
- Municipal Office