The Community Christmas Party will be held at the community center on Friday December 15th at 6pm. All are welcome!
In order to get a final number for dinner,it helps if you pre-purchase your tickets. Tickets are $35 per person (includes “surf and turf” dinner and entertainment) and are available from Mark Schwartzentruber at 519-897-3329.
Our Christmas parade will be held on Sunday December 17th at 12:30. Free hot chocolate will once again be served at 3 locations (In front of the school, corner of Main and Bechtel, and near the Emporium). Please bring your own mugs. Santa has also confirmed his attendance once again this year. Feel welcome to use the contact us page on this site with any questions about the parade.
After the parade the Optimists will be hosting their children’s Christmas party at the community center.
Our annual Remembrance Day ceremonies will be held on Saturday November 4th. We hold it a week earlier than the 11th each year to so that our local dignitaries are able to attend.
Start will be in the school parking lot at 10:30am, and we’ll walk down to the park for the wreath laying ceremony.
If you know anyone who would like a wreath laid, please use the contact us form at the top of this website to reach out.
Our annual Volunteer Appreciation Night will be held November 7, starting at 6pm in the community center. The Women’s institute will be serving dinner, and Bob Heywood will be the evening’s entertainment.
ND Board of Trade will be doing our semi-annual roadside cleanup this Saturday. Meet at the Board of Trade office to have a route assigned. Coffee afterwards at The Emporium.
Community Care Concepts is hosting their Fall Family Fun Night at the community center. Free chili dinner (and fun) served between 5-7pm Thursday October 19th.
The Community Harvest Dinner will be held Sat Oct 14 at the New Dundee Community center. Roast beef and all the trimmings will be served! There will be two seatings, one at 5:00 and one at 6:00. For tickets ($20) please contact Kelly at 519-574-2618. Funds raised go to support the youth ministries.
Last week we fed 420 people a belly-busting meal of fish, chips, salads, and desert. How much garbage do you think we produced from the fish fry?
About 1/2 bag!
Led by ND Board of Trade member Alice Scott, our annual fish fry was on a mission to reduce waste to virtually nothing. We used biodegradable or reusable cloths for cleanup. Containers were recycled, as were cups for the cold drinks. Garbage cans were removed from the public area so that all plates and settings were brought back to the kitchen for sorting by board of trade members. All dishes and cutlery were sorted, all food scraps and paper napkings/placemats were also sorted and either composted or recycled. Alice led a virtual assembly line from trays of dirty dishes, through sorting, through to the dishwasher.
The small amount of garbage remaining was created mostly during the preparation and setup for the fish fry. We’ll be reviewing this to see if we can eliminate garbage completely for our next event.
A very cool initiative by the Board of Trade. Thanks Alice!
This Wednesday’s Fish Fry Dinner was a smashing success! Numbers aren’t confirmed yet, but an estimated 420 people came out to enjoy an excellent meal, served up by the Board of Trade and the Village Caterer. The weather was great, and the picnic tables were as full as the dining room.
On September 10th, Jeff Hauck of New Dundee had a tragic riding accident. He suffered severe spinal trauma resulting in no feeling from the waist down. A GoFundMe page has been set up so that area residents are able to assist. You can find the GoFundMe page here.