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November 11, 2014Remembrance Day
October 13 to 31, 2014SchombergScarecrowsJoin in the fun, make a scarecrow with your family or business/organization. Assemble at your own home or business throughout the Schomberg area. Prizes to be won including a new participation draw prize for all registered scare-crows.For voting, registration & more info visit: www.schombergscarecrows.com or call Cheryl Fisher at 905-939-8494.
October 15 to December 12, 2014King Remembers The Great War 1914-1918
Visit the King Township Museum to explore The Great War. For more information contact 905-833-2331.
October 24 & 25, 2014 (6 p.m. - 9 p.m.)Haunted Forest at Cold Creek Conservation AreaCome out to Cold Creek for an exciting Haunted Forest! Enjoy delicious treats and get spooked by 3 degrees of scariness in the Boo Room, Creepy Maze, Haunted Trail or visit frightful scenes on a tractor ride. Only $7/person (includes bucket of candy).
December 6, 2014 (King & Keele)A Main Street ChristmasSchomberg Main Street 3 - 9 p.m., Craft Show 3 - 8 p.m., Santa Claus Parade 4 p.m., Farmers Parade of Lights 8 p.m. Admission $5, children 12 & under FREE. www.schomberg.ca
December 7, 2014 (5 p.m. - 7 p.m.)Lighting of the Gazebo & Christmas Tree In Nobleton(Corner of Hwy 27 & Sheardown Rd.)
December 16-24 - Hanukkah
December 24 - Christmas Eve December 25 - Christmas DayDecember 26 - Boxing DayDecember 31 - New Years Eve
November 29, 2014 (King & Keele)Christmas In King CityJoin in on the festivities as King City businesses open their doors offering special treats, surprises and holiday cheer to all who attend. The tree light-ing ceremony and live performances were the highlights of the last years event.
October 31, 2014
October 19 to 25, 2014Ontario Public Library Week in King Township
Its all about younot us!Rainmaker: One who is known for achieving excellent results.
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Jamie GoldenbergSales Representative
Stephen FerrittoSales Representative
TheRainMakerTeamWe are a team of Realtors who live and work in your neighbourhood. We are here to help people in the community with all of their Real Estate needs.
As Realtors of TheRainMakerTeam, we have a thorough understanding of the King market.
Our ability to connect with our clients, listen to their needs, give their home exposure and make the selling process as stress free as possible; sets us apart from other Realtors.
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Great question! Home ownership can be a reality in CANADA whereas in most other places around the world, it would be a dream.Owning a home has advantages; per-
sonal enjoyment, never having to move unless you want to, and never being a subject to a third party deciding on where you live. As far as a money pit is concerned, home ownership does have some downfalls financially as there are constant expenses. Costs associated with the home are sometimes upgrades a homeowner chooses to have as well as necessities that a home may require. Again, some costs can be planned while others are surprises. The great thing in CANADA is that any gain that we have on our personal home is tax free. Home
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Is buying a home an investmentor a Money Pit?By Joseph Cartagineseownership can therefore become an incred-ible investment in the long run. In fact, our maturing population is utilizing this gain (new found cash) to help with retirement.If you make the right choice in the home
you are buying, then the financial positives along with the enjoyment factor can greatly outweigh the seeming money pitfalls. As with most decisions in life, it comes to the right planning and research.
Eerie e-vites set the tone for partiesPlanning a Halloween party? Email invites are perfectly acceptable for a casual soire. Send out e-vites a few weeks ahead of time to give friends and family plenty of notice. Be sure to mention that costumes are encouraged, and list any other important details, like if the party is potluck style. The best part of email invites is youll receive RSVPs electronically, so you can track responses and get the perfect amount of party supplies for all attendees. And if you have an Outlook.com email account, you can flag RSVPs to the top of your inbox for easy reference, and instantly chat with friends on Facebook, Skype or Gmail to firm up last minute details, right from your inbox.
Scary inbox? Organize email easilyIf your inbox is a scary sight, its time to tap your magic wand for an organization transformation. With Outlook.com, its easy to sort through hundreds of messages in a few clicks. You can use the sweep feature to get rid of outdated emails you dont need, like all those costume coupon deals that have expired.
HalloweenTechnologyUsing Technology for the perfect Halloweenlanning the perfect Halloween can be pretty spooky, and its not just because of the ghosts and ghouls that run from door to door. Coordinating Hallow-een activities, planning a festive party and pulling off the perfect costume for
each family member can be frightening. But with a few technology tricks, youll be rewarded with a lot of treats and plenty of fun to make this holiday one to remember.
Frightful or friendly, find the perfect costumeWhether young or old, Halloween is a time to let imaginations run wild and play pretend for the day. Finding the perfect costume for each member of the family can be a difficult and costly process. Track sales from your favourite Halloween supply stores and subscribe to email newsletters to get the latest alerts on costume trends and discounts. After Halloween is over, you can use Outlook.coms one-click unsubscribe to get off all those emails lists with little effort.
Access the trick-or-treat scheduleHit the candy motherload and have fun with all the neighbourhood kids and parents by plotting your trick-or-treat schedule ahead of time. Upload it to SkyDrive and everyone can access it while en route on any device. Then, all you have to do is get your flashlights, candy bags and giggles ready.
Share boo-tiful photos from the days festivitiesWhether you love your smartphone or are a diehard digital camera guru, there are bound to be plenty of fun photos the group needs to exchange. Use Outlook.com and SkyDrive together to share all your Halloween snaps in one mailhe file size doesnt matterand they will arrive in slideshow format! Theres no limit to the number of photos you can share and, since theyre all stored on SkyDrive, you can access them on any device anywhere, anytime. Share with Grandma and Grandpa, or gather the kids and relive the Halloween fun over and over again.
With a little technology, you wont have to be scared of this years Halloween anymore.
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Market Watch*King Township
*source: TREB 2014
Back to school brought a slow start to September. King Township ended up with a grand total of 24 homes sold. The average price of a detached home was $1,068,643 this is still above the average for the year. Detached homes were on the market for an average of 56 days whereas the year-to-date average is 48 days.
Evidently, the inventory of homes in King Township is low despite the fact that available detached homes rose to 169. It is clear that the nature and exceptionality of higher valued properties requires a little more time to sell as op-posed to other lower markets. King Township remains in high demand and, as a result, has limited inventory.
September was a steady month and we look forward to increased activity in October.
By Joseph Cartaginese, Broker TheRainMakerTeam*Royal LePage Your Community Realty
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M y first introduction to Paper Crane was at Behind The Mask of LMS Fundraiser where they had a sushi station. We couldnt have enough, presentation was amaz-ing and the sushi melted in my mouth. During the evening I imagined who they were. I was surprised to find out it was catered by Paper Crane in King City.
The following Saturday we went for dinner. We were greet-ed immediately; service was outstanding from the begin-ning to the end. We delighted in a dinner with miso soup and salad. It was a very pleasant experience in King without having to drive downtown for sushi. I recommend this experience to all.
The Happy Eater
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