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Current news:

Please view the Courses Page because the SPRING 2019 Night School /Social starts up March 20th, 2019!

Now in our 11th year !



Contact Pervana at 819-238-1285 or
We hope to see you there!








Trolley Books for Adults

Anytime that you're visiting Princess elizabeth check out our trolly book exchange for adults. these books are new releases or classics and have been donated by community members. essentially you bring a book and take a book so that there is always something new. the trolly is situated downstairs next to the cafeteria.

Just show up anytime before noon or after 1:00

ABOUT:        Memphremagog Social Club

The  "Social Club" has been meeting monthly with some very exciting activities.
 We have the opportunity of making new friends, meeting neighbours and
welcoming newcomers to the community in an English environment.

The "Social Club" is still going strong on the 1st Monday evening of every month with restaurant dinners, game nights, picnic's in the park, summer BBQ's and any other social events that might come up during the year.


IMPORTANT:  contact donald & team to join this group


Quebec Farmers Association Presents  

(Please enter by door #3 by the parking lot and push the CLC Room buzzer)


please  stay tuned    from 7:30-9:30pm 

Refreshments served.   All are welcome.  Cost: FREE

For more info contact pervana a





Please  also  see  the garden tab

for lots of information
our 9,000 sq ft garden right here at the school

If you believe that-


School gardens are a wonderful way to use the schoolyard as a classroom, reconnect students with the natural world and the true source of their food, and teach them valuable gardening and agriculture concepts and skills that integrate with several subjects, such as math, science, art, health and physical education, and social studies, as well as several educational goals, including personal and social responsibility. We can also teach them about the environment and about recycling, composting and water conservation.


More than just a teaching tool, this Food Garden will become a portal through which knowledge of nature will be passed from one generation to another. It will also engender a sense of belonging to a community and working together for a common goal. Together participants will exchange knowledge and create a bond between our school and the community. This provides an opportunity for the students to connect with nature, take responsibility for our community, learn about the importance of healthy eating, and ultimately achieve a healthy vibrant community lifestyle.

The School/ Community Garden Project is dedicated to building healthy, interactive  locally grown, organic food.  community by supplying food for people in need as well as engaging, educating, and empowering people to grow their own food.


If you are interested in helping out with any of these programs please contact CLC Project Manager, Pervana Mladenof at or call 819-238-1285.  THANK YOU for thinking about it!



For More Information on these and other activities going on in your CLC or to make recommendations we welcome you to conact Pervana at MLADENOFP@ETSB.QC.CA or 819--238-1285