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CHEX TV June 13


Peterborough Examiner June 13

Burnam Mansion Veterinary Services is a new vet clinic recently opened in the historic Burnham Mansion at the corner of the Keene Road and Highway 7 at the East end of Lansdowne Street. The new clinic is part of the Vet Visionaires chain of clinics, which includes Jackson Creek Veterinary Services and Norwood Veterinary Services. You can check out the beautiful new Burnham Mansion Veterinary Services building at their Open House this Saturday (June 18) from 10 – 2. For details find them on facebook or


Curated has moved to the Schandry Building at 459 George Street North. Curated owner Melinda Richter specializes in appraisals, collection management, and sale of artwork, handmade, vintage, and antique pieces. A selection of affordable original pieces, cards, and prints will still be available at the new location from emerging artists and consignments, and Curated will continue to offer events and workshops at the Schandry Building. Retail/drop-in hours are every Tuesday from 10 - 4. Other hours and appraisals are by appointment. Call 705-917-3630. Check the website for details:

Pawz and Company is a brand new pet grooming, boarding, and wellness facility, in Lindsay.  Owner Deborah Dixon has purpose built a new building to provide a comfortable and pet friendly atmosphere. It’s a full service facility including cat boarding, doggie daycare, pocket animal suites, grooming and additional features including canine hydrotherapy and a retail store.

You’ll find Pawz and Company at 401 Angeline Street in Lindsay or online at or on facebook and twitter.


And don’t miss the annual Seniors Showcase this Wednesday. The annual trade show brings together over 100 exhibitors that offer products and services for seniors and their families. You’ll find various agencies, health, financial, and retirement, plus hobbies, entertainment, and travel. There is free parking, admission, refreshments and workshops. The show runs from 9.30 – 4.30 at the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre on Brealey Drive, and don’t let the construction signs fool you, you can easily access the Wellness Centre from Brealey Drive off Lansdowne. Details at