July 14 2010 Edition

Summer Notes activities and events July 14, 2010

Don't know what to do on these hot, muggy days when you want to get out of the house but can't stand the heat? How about going to a nice, cool, air-conditioned museum. Here are a few suggestions. . .

Rusch Player of the Week in Can-Am League

Photo: Les Capitales de Québec

Les Capitales de Quebec Pitcher Mark Rusch has followed a strong June with a fast start in July.

Rusch was named Pitcher of Month in the Can-Am League, where Les Capitales have a solid hold on first place for the first half of the season. Rusch authored two strong outings to open July, earning him Pitcher of the Week honours.

Food Inspection Agency issues dessert recall alert


The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and Dawn Food Products Montreal Ltd. are warning people with allergies to egg proteins not to consume the Yiangello brand Cookies & Cream Cheesecakes described below. The affected products contain egg which is not declared on the label.

All best before dates featuring the following item codes are affected by this alert.

Twilight Concert takes a break for construction

Due to repair work, Lévis Forts National Historic Site's traditional Twilight Concert must take a break in 2010, but it will return on August 20, 2011, for the celebration of Lévis' 375th anniversary.

Levis to mark three historic anniversaries in 2011

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Photo: James Paechey, ca1785. Archives nationales du Canada, C-002029

Three significant historic dates will be celebrated in 2011 on the the south shore of the St. Lawrence River in Lévis: the 375th anniversary of the Seignory of Lauzon, the 150th anniversary of the founding of Lévis and the 10th anniversary of amalgamation of the Lévis metropolitan area under one entity.

Bruce Willett retiring from EQLC in September

Photo: Pierre Little

The Central Quebec School Board is hoping to have a replacement for Bruce Willett, outgoing head of the Eastern Quebec Learning Centre, by September. Willett, the longtime director of the EQLC, is retiring on September 3.

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