Take Action November 25th

Lanark County Interval House launches 16 days of activism – Monday November 25th

Volunteers will be out in the community distributing pamphlets and promoting

25 actions to help END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN!


You can find LCIHs post-secondary placement students at  one of the following locations on November 25th…

9:00am ALMONTE – Patrice’s Independent Grocer


11:00am – PERTH – Shoppers Drug mart

11:00am SMITHS FALLS – Smiths Falls TOWN HALL

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25th Anniversary Women’s Fair!

Saturday, November 2nd, at the Carleton Place Arena

The Women’s Fair is arguably the largest annual gathering of Carleton Place and area women business owners. It is one of the best-known and most anticipated business expos in the region with lineups of visitors before the event opens and a long waiting list of vendors that vie for a spot in the show each year. Read More >>


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A new fun, interactive group for girls ages 14-17 with guest speakers, art expression, videos, music and awesome snacks.

This eight-week group will focus on self-esteem, healthy relationships, self care, teen pressures, and sexuality.

Come to the information session : Thursday, September 26th from 3-6 p.m. at 40 Bennett St. Carleton Place

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24th Annual Women’s Fair Wrap Up

Thank you to everyone who made the 24th Annual Women’s Fair such a wonderful day!

The 24th Annual Women’s Fair, held on November 3rd, was a huge success, raising over $14,000 for Lanark County Interval House. The fair featured over 50 vendors, a lunch café, a fashion show sponsored by VAMOS Outdoors, Almonte,  a 58-item silent auction, and delicious cake raffle. Many attendees enjoyed getting their pictures taken in the Yelp photobooth.

A big thank you to everyone who helped to ...

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Remembering Donna Jones

Donna Jones Vigil, June 25, Ottawa

June 25, 2013, 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. at MINTO PARK in Ottawa (between Gilmour and Elgin Street)

Please go out if you can make it. Show strength and support for women and respect for their struggles. And show those who still think it’s not really a problem in our communities that you know it is and it needs to be front of mind for all of us.

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