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Sun. 27 Oct, 2019

D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration

Thu. 6 Jun, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 9 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

June 6 to Nov. 9 — D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration. CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY

Curated by Rod Bruton. 

June 6 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the landing of Allied Forces in Normandy in 1944. One of the largest military assaults in modern history also signifies the beginning of the end of WWII. A wide range of artifacts including photographs, uniforms and music and videos of the period will be on display.

Free admission.

Regular Hours

Tuesday to Saturday
10 a.m. to Noon and 1 to 4 p.m. 

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

History Through Stitches

Mon. 1 Jul, 2019 10:00 am - Thu. 31 Oct, 2019 4:00 pm

July 1 to Oct. 31 — History Through Stitches.

See beautifully handmade quilts of historic Yonge Street from Toronto to Thunder Bay created by women from different branches of the Federated Women's Institute of Ontario. 

Also on display are sewing machines and tools from our Museum collection dating from Victorian times to the 1960s. Free admission.

Tues. to Sat. 10am to noon and 1 to 4pm.

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket. 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

Light Grows the Tree

Sat. 31 Aug, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 23 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

Aug. 31 to Nov. 23 — Light Grows the Tree. Documenting a community of Black artists, writers, curators and collectors in Toronto. Taken by four photographers over two months, these portraits do the work of making the Black arts community visible. The stakes of Black culture in Canada are high. Systemic racism in the form of violence and exclusion tears at the fabric of our many communities. Through visual arts we create new worlds and make sense of our histories, we are emboldened to confront the prerogatives of a multiculturalism that eclipses our integral place in the nation. There is such rich nuance to Blackness here: it is no single thing. Our endeavours are held in the memories of several generations of folks who have shaped the Black arts scene through their various contributions. Going into the future we need to know of each other’s existence. Just as a tree needs light to grow, this community requires attention to focus and develop. In this first chapter, Light Grows The Tree begins the process of acknowledging those who have been the life force of Black arts in Toronto.”

August 31 (Saturday) 10:00 am - November 23 (Saturday) 4:00 pm

Participating artists:
Yannick Anton
Liz Ikiriko
Ebti Nabag
Dainesha Nugent-Palache

Artist Reception: Saturday, Sept. 7, Great Hall Gallery 1pm to 4pm
Gallery Hours

Tuesdays, Thursdays – Saturdays: 10 am – 4 pm

Wednesdays: 10 am – 8 pm

Closed Sundays, Mondays

Aurora Cultural Centre

22 Church St.

905-713-1818; auroraculturalcentre.ca

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“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

Sat. 7 Sep, 2019 10:00 am - Sun. 3 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

September 7- November 3, 2019

“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

This exhibition will feature large scale works inspired by the crocheted doilies created by her grandmother during the war, Eastern European folk heritage, botanical matter and animals native to Central Ontario and her environment.

Tina Poplawski would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of The Government of Ontario.

Orillia Museum of Art & History

30 Peter Street South

Orillia, ON L3V5A9

Phone: 

705-326-2159; https://orilliamuseum.org/

Barrie Film Festival

Fri. 18 Oct, 2019 7:00 pm - Sun. 27 Oct, 2019 10:00 pm

Oct. 18 to 27 – Barrie Film Festival. A ten-day film lover’s delight! Bringing people together to experience extraordinary films from Canada and around the world. Includes guest speakers, parties, short film competition and director’s brunch. Bring your BFF - your best friend for film! Various times for each film, see website for schedule.
Film Tickets: $10. All Access Pass also available.

Uptown Theatre, 55 Dunlop St. W.

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http://www.barriefilmfestival.ca

Mon. 28 Oct, 2019

D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration

Thu. 6 Jun, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 9 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

June 6 to Nov. 9 — D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration. CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY

Curated by Rod Bruton. 

June 6 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the landing of Allied Forces in Normandy in 1944. One of the largest military assaults in modern history also signifies the beginning of the end of WWII. A wide range of artifacts including photographs, uniforms and music and videos of the period will be on display.

Free admission.

Regular Hours

Tuesday to Saturday
10 a.m. to Noon and 1 to 4 p.m. 

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

History Through Stitches

Mon. 1 Jul, 2019 10:00 am - Thu. 31 Oct, 2019 4:00 pm

July 1 to Oct. 31 — History Through Stitches.

See beautifully handmade quilts of historic Yonge Street from Toronto to Thunder Bay created by women from different branches of the Federated Women's Institute of Ontario. 

Also on display are sewing machines and tools from our Museum collection dating from Victorian times to the 1960s. Free admission.

Tues. to Sat. 10am to noon and 1 to 4pm.

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket. 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

Light Grows the Tree

Sat. 31 Aug, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 23 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

Aug. 31 to Nov. 23 — Light Grows the Tree. Documenting a community of Black artists, writers, curators and collectors in Toronto. Taken by four photographers over two months, these portraits do the work of making the Black arts community visible. The stakes of Black culture in Canada are high. Systemic racism in the form of violence and exclusion tears at the fabric of our many communities. Through visual arts we create new worlds and make sense of our histories, we are emboldened to confront the prerogatives of a multiculturalism that eclipses our integral place in the nation. There is such rich nuance to Blackness here: it is no single thing. Our endeavours are held in the memories of several generations of folks who have shaped the Black arts scene through their various contributions. Going into the future we need to know of each other’s existence. Just as a tree needs light to grow, this community requires attention to focus and develop. In this first chapter, Light Grows The Tree begins the process of acknowledging those who have been the life force of Black arts in Toronto.”

August 31 (Saturday) 10:00 am - November 23 (Saturday) 4:00 pm

Participating artists:
Yannick Anton
Liz Ikiriko
Ebti Nabag
Dainesha Nugent-Palache

Artist Reception: Saturday, Sept. 7, Great Hall Gallery 1pm to 4pm
Gallery Hours

Tuesdays, Thursdays – Saturdays: 10 am – 4 pm

Wednesdays: 10 am – 8 pm

Closed Sundays, Mondays

Aurora Cultural Centre

22 Church St.

905-713-1818; auroraculturalcentre.ca

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“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

Sat. 7 Sep, 2019 10:00 am - Sun. 3 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

September 7- November 3, 2019

“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

This exhibition will feature large scale works inspired by the crocheted doilies created by her grandmother during the war, Eastern European folk heritage, botanical matter and animals native to Central Ontario and her environment.

Tina Poplawski would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of The Government of Ontario.

Orillia Museum of Art & History

30 Peter Street South

Orillia, ON L3V5A9

Phone: 

705-326-2159; https://orilliamuseum.org/

Tue. 29 Oct, 2019

D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration

Thu. 6 Jun, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 9 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

June 6 to Nov. 9 — D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration. CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY

Curated by Rod Bruton. 

June 6 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the landing of Allied Forces in Normandy in 1944. One of the largest military assaults in modern history also signifies the beginning of the end of WWII. A wide range of artifacts including photographs, uniforms and music and videos of the period will be on display.

Free admission.

Regular Hours

Tuesday to Saturday
10 a.m. to Noon and 1 to 4 p.m. 

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

History Through Stitches

Mon. 1 Jul, 2019 10:00 am - Thu. 31 Oct, 2019 4:00 pm

July 1 to Oct. 31 — History Through Stitches.

See beautifully handmade quilts of historic Yonge Street from Toronto to Thunder Bay created by women from different branches of the Federated Women's Institute of Ontario. 

Also on display are sewing machines and tools from our Museum collection dating from Victorian times to the 1960s. Free admission.

Tues. to Sat. 10am to noon and 1 to 4pm.

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket. 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

Light Grows the Tree

Sat. 31 Aug, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 23 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

Aug. 31 to Nov. 23 — Light Grows the Tree. Documenting a community of Black artists, writers, curators and collectors in Toronto. Taken by four photographers over two months, these portraits do the work of making the Black arts community visible. The stakes of Black culture in Canada are high. Systemic racism in the form of violence and exclusion tears at the fabric of our many communities. Through visual arts we create new worlds and make sense of our histories, we are emboldened to confront the prerogatives of a multiculturalism that eclipses our integral place in the nation. There is such rich nuance to Blackness here: it is no single thing. Our endeavours are held in the memories of several generations of folks who have shaped the Black arts scene through their various contributions. Going into the future we need to know of each other’s existence. Just as a tree needs light to grow, this community requires attention to focus and develop. In this first chapter, Light Grows The Tree begins the process of acknowledging those who have been the life force of Black arts in Toronto.”

August 31 (Saturday) 10:00 am - November 23 (Saturday) 4:00 pm

Participating artists:
Yannick Anton
Liz Ikiriko
Ebti Nabag
Dainesha Nugent-Palache

Artist Reception: Saturday, Sept. 7, Great Hall Gallery 1pm to 4pm
Gallery Hours

Tuesdays, Thursdays – Saturdays: 10 am – 4 pm

Wednesdays: 10 am – 8 pm

Closed Sundays, Mondays

Aurora Cultural Centre

22 Church St.

905-713-1818; auroraculturalcentre.ca

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“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

Sat. 7 Sep, 2019 10:00 am - Sun. 3 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

September 7- November 3, 2019

“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

This exhibition will feature large scale works inspired by the crocheted doilies created by her grandmother during the war, Eastern European folk heritage, botanical matter and animals native to Central Ontario and her environment.

Tina Poplawski would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of The Government of Ontario.

Orillia Museum of Art & History

30 Peter Street South

Orillia, ON L3V5A9

Phone: 

705-326-2159; https://orilliamuseum.org/

Wed. 30 Oct, 2019

D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration

Thu. 6 Jun, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 9 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

June 6 to Nov. 9 — D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration. CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY

Curated by Rod Bruton. 

June 6 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the landing of Allied Forces in Normandy in 1944. One of the largest military assaults in modern history also signifies the beginning of the end of WWII. A wide range of artifacts including photographs, uniforms and music and videos of the period will be on display.

Free admission.

Regular Hours

Tuesday to Saturday
10 a.m. to Noon and 1 to 4 p.m. 

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

History Through Stitches

Mon. 1 Jul, 2019 10:00 am - Thu. 31 Oct, 2019 4:00 pm

July 1 to Oct. 31 — History Through Stitches.

See beautifully handmade quilts of historic Yonge Street from Toronto to Thunder Bay created by women from different branches of the Federated Women's Institute of Ontario. 

Also on display are sewing machines and tools from our Museum collection dating from Victorian times to the 1960s. Free admission.

Tues. to Sat. 10am to noon and 1 to 4pm.

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket. 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

Light Grows the Tree

Sat. 31 Aug, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 23 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

Aug. 31 to Nov. 23 — Light Grows the Tree. Documenting a community of Black artists, writers, curators and collectors in Toronto. Taken by four photographers over two months, these portraits do the work of making the Black arts community visible. The stakes of Black culture in Canada are high. Systemic racism in the form of violence and exclusion tears at the fabric of our many communities. Through visual arts we create new worlds and make sense of our histories, we are emboldened to confront the prerogatives of a multiculturalism that eclipses our integral place in the nation. There is such rich nuance to Blackness here: it is no single thing. Our endeavours are held in the memories of several generations of folks who have shaped the Black arts scene through their various contributions. Going into the future we need to know of each other’s existence. Just as a tree needs light to grow, this community requires attention to focus and develop. In this first chapter, Light Grows The Tree begins the process of acknowledging those who have been the life force of Black arts in Toronto.”

August 31 (Saturday) 10:00 am - November 23 (Saturday) 4:00 pm

Participating artists:
Yannick Anton
Liz Ikiriko
Ebti Nabag
Dainesha Nugent-Palache

Artist Reception: Saturday, Sept. 7, Great Hall Gallery 1pm to 4pm
Gallery Hours

Tuesdays, Thursdays – Saturdays: 10 am – 4 pm

Wednesdays: 10 am – 8 pm

Closed Sundays, Mondays

Aurora Cultural Centre

22 Church St.

905-713-1818; auroraculturalcentre.ca

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“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

Sat. 7 Sep, 2019 10:00 am - Sun. 3 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

September 7- November 3, 2019

“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

This exhibition will feature large scale works inspired by the crocheted doilies created by her grandmother during the war, Eastern European folk heritage, botanical matter and animals native to Central Ontario and her environment.

Tina Poplawski would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of The Government of Ontario.

Orillia Museum of Art & History

30 Peter Street South

Orillia, ON L3V5A9

Phone: 

705-326-2159; https://orilliamuseum.org/

Thu. 31 Oct, 2019

D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration

Thu. 6 Jun, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 9 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

June 6 to Nov. 9 — D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration. CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY

Curated by Rod Bruton. 

June 6 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the landing of Allied Forces in Normandy in 1944. One of the largest military assaults in modern history also signifies the beginning of the end of WWII. A wide range of artifacts including photographs, uniforms and music and videos of the period will be on display.

Free admission.

Regular Hours

Tuesday to Saturday
10 a.m. to Noon and 1 to 4 p.m. 

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

History Through Stitches

Mon. 1 Jul, 2019 10:00 am - Thu. 31 Oct, 2019 4:00 pm

July 1 to Oct. 31 — History Through Stitches.

See beautifully handmade quilts of historic Yonge Street from Toronto to Thunder Bay created by women from different branches of the Federated Women's Institute of Ontario. 

Also on display are sewing machines and tools from our Museum collection dating from Victorian times to the 1960s. Free admission.

Tues. to Sat. 10am to noon and 1 to 4pm.

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket. 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

Light Grows the Tree

Sat. 31 Aug, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 23 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

Aug. 31 to Nov. 23 — Light Grows the Tree. Documenting a community of Black artists, writers, curators and collectors in Toronto. Taken by four photographers over two months, these portraits do the work of making the Black arts community visible. The stakes of Black culture in Canada are high. Systemic racism in the form of violence and exclusion tears at the fabric of our many communities. Through visual arts we create new worlds and make sense of our histories, we are emboldened to confront the prerogatives of a multiculturalism that eclipses our integral place in the nation. There is such rich nuance to Blackness here: it is no single thing. Our endeavours are held in the memories of several generations of folks who have shaped the Black arts scene through their various contributions. Going into the future we need to know of each other’s existence. Just as a tree needs light to grow, this community requires attention to focus and develop. In this first chapter, Light Grows The Tree begins the process of acknowledging those who have been the life force of Black arts in Toronto.”

August 31 (Saturday) 10:00 am - November 23 (Saturday) 4:00 pm

Participating artists:
Yannick Anton
Liz Ikiriko
Ebti Nabag
Dainesha Nugent-Palache

Artist Reception: Saturday, Sept. 7, Great Hall Gallery 1pm to 4pm
Gallery Hours

Tuesdays, Thursdays – Saturdays: 10 am – 4 pm

Wednesdays: 10 am – 8 pm

Closed Sundays, Mondays

Aurora Cultural Centre

22 Church St.

905-713-1818; auroraculturalcentre.ca

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“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

Sat. 7 Sep, 2019 10:00 am - Sun. 3 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

September 7- November 3, 2019

“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

This exhibition will feature large scale works inspired by the crocheted doilies created by her grandmother during the war, Eastern European folk heritage, botanical matter and animals native to Central Ontario and her environment.

Tina Poplawski would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of The Government of Ontario.

Orillia Museum of Art & History

30 Peter Street South

Orillia, ON L3V5A9

Phone: 

705-326-2159; https://orilliamuseum.org/

Fri. 1 Nov, 2019

D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration

Thu. 6 Jun, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 9 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

June 6 to Nov. 9 — D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration. CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY

Curated by Rod Bruton. 

June 6 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the landing of Allied Forces in Normandy in 1944. One of the largest military assaults in modern history also signifies the beginning of the end of WWII. A wide range of artifacts including photographs, uniforms and music and videos of the period will be on display.

Free admission.

Regular Hours

Tuesday to Saturday
10 a.m. to Noon and 1 to 4 p.m. 

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

Light Grows the Tree

Sat. 31 Aug, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 23 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

Aug. 31 to Nov. 23 — Light Grows the Tree. Documenting a community of Black artists, writers, curators and collectors in Toronto. Taken by four photographers over two months, these portraits do the work of making the Black arts community visible. The stakes of Black culture in Canada are high. Systemic racism in the form of violence and exclusion tears at the fabric of our many communities. Through visual arts we create new worlds and make sense of our histories, we are emboldened to confront the prerogatives of a multiculturalism that eclipses our integral place in the nation. There is such rich nuance to Blackness here: it is no single thing. Our endeavours are held in the memories of several generations of folks who have shaped the Black arts scene through their various contributions. Going into the future we need to know of each other’s existence. Just as a tree needs light to grow, this community requires attention to focus and develop. In this first chapter, Light Grows The Tree begins the process of acknowledging those who have been the life force of Black arts in Toronto.”

August 31 (Saturday) 10:00 am - November 23 (Saturday) 4:00 pm

Participating artists:
Yannick Anton
Liz Ikiriko
Ebti Nabag
Dainesha Nugent-Palache

Artist Reception: Saturday, Sept. 7, Great Hall Gallery 1pm to 4pm
Gallery Hours

Tuesdays, Thursdays – Saturdays: 10 am – 4 pm

Wednesdays: 10 am – 8 pm

Closed Sundays, Mondays

Aurora Cultural Centre

22 Church St.

905-713-1818; auroraculturalcentre.ca

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“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

Sat. 7 Sep, 2019 10:00 am - Sun. 3 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

September 7- November 3, 2019

“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

This exhibition will feature large scale works inspired by the crocheted doilies created by her grandmother during the war, Eastern European folk heritage, botanical matter and animals native to Central Ontario and her environment.

Tina Poplawski would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of The Government of Ontario.

Orillia Museum of Art & History

30 Peter Street South

Orillia, ON L3V5A9

Phone: 

705-326-2159; https://orilliamuseum.org/

Sat. 2 Nov, 2019

D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration

Thu. 6 Jun, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 9 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

June 6 to Nov. 9 — D-Day Exhibit: 75th Anniversary Commemoration. CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY

Curated by Rod Bruton. 

June 6 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the landing of Allied Forces in Normandy in 1944. One of the largest military assaults in modern history also signifies the beginning of the end of WWII. A wide range of artifacts including photographs, uniforms and music and videos of the period will be on display.

Free admission.

Regular Hours

Tuesday to Saturday
10 a.m. to Noon and 1 to 4 p.m. 

Elman W.Campbell Museum, 134 Main Street South, Newmarket 905-953-5314; newmarket.ca/museum

Light Grows the Tree

Sat. 31 Aug, 2019 10:00 am - Sat. 23 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

Aug. 31 to Nov. 23 — Light Grows the Tree. Documenting a community of Black artists, writers, curators and collectors in Toronto. Taken by four photographers over two months, these portraits do the work of making the Black arts community visible. The stakes of Black culture in Canada are high. Systemic racism in the form of violence and exclusion tears at the fabric of our many communities. Through visual arts we create new worlds and make sense of our histories, we are emboldened to confront the prerogatives of a multiculturalism that eclipses our integral place in the nation. There is such rich nuance to Blackness here: it is no single thing. Our endeavours are held in the memories of several generations of folks who have shaped the Black arts scene through their various contributions. Going into the future we need to know of each other’s existence. Just as a tree needs light to grow, this community requires attention to focus and develop. In this first chapter, Light Grows The Tree begins the process of acknowledging those who have been the life force of Black arts in Toronto.”

August 31 (Saturday) 10:00 am - November 23 (Saturday) 4:00 pm

Participating artists:
Yannick Anton
Liz Ikiriko
Ebti Nabag
Dainesha Nugent-Palache

Artist Reception: Saturday, Sept. 7, Great Hall Gallery 1pm to 4pm
Gallery Hours

Tuesdays, Thursdays – Saturdays: 10 am – 4 pm

Wednesdays: 10 am – 8 pm

Closed Sundays, Mondays

Aurora Cultural Centre

22 Church St.

905-713-1818; auroraculturalcentre.ca

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“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

Sat. 7 Sep, 2019 10:00 am - Sun. 3 Nov, 2019 4:00 pm

September 7- November 3, 2019

“When The Green Dark Forest Was Too Silent To Be Real” by Tina Poplawski

This exhibition will feature large scale works inspired by the crocheted doilies created by her grandmother during the war, Eastern European folk heritage, botanical matter and animals native to Central Ontario and her environment.

Tina Poplawski would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of The Government of Ontario.

Orillia Museum of Art & History

30 Peter Street South

Orillia, ON L3V5A9

Phone: 

705-326-2159; https://orilliamuseum.org/

Westmount Christmas Shopaganza

Sat. 2 Nov, 2019 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Westmount Congregation, 23 Westmount Dr. S., Orillia presents our annual Christmas Shopaganza this year on Saturday, November 2 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Over 40 vendors under one roof to help you find that special something for someone special, or a treat for yourself.

Free admission, free parking, and door prizes too.

BREAKFAST BRING & BRAG

Sat. 2 Nov, 2019 9:30 am - 11:00 am

BREAKFAST BRING & BRAG

On November 2, join us at the Elman W. Campbell Museum for a fun morning at our first Breakfast Bring and Brag!

Residents and visitors with historical stories, fond memories, photos and family treasures can stand up to the podium and tell us about your treasured heirlooms or your experiences growing up in Newmarket. Limit one item per person.

Enjoy a continental breakfast/coffee/tea with Museum Staff. Funds raised will support educational and public programs offered at the museum.

$5/person includes Continental Breakfast, Coffee/Tea from 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Register early, limited space. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 905-953-5314.

Note: Large, heavy or bulky items requiring assistance should remain at home.

We are located at 134 Main Street, South, Newmarket.


Innisfil Studio Tour

Sat. 2 Nov, 2019 10:00 am - Sun. 3 Nov, 2019 5:00 pm

Saturday, Nov. 2 and Sunday, Nov. 3


Innisfil Studio Tour 


This artist-run event is enjoying its 27th year. We are proud to showcase the vibrant and creative artists of Innisfil, and encourage our young fledgling artists as they explore their craft. Innisfil is located less than an hour north of Toronto, on the shores of beautiful Lake Simcoe, with expansive rural farms and wide open spaces.

This self-guided tour allows you to discover exceptional art and artisanal crafts, talk with the artists and watch their process, while taking in the beautiful countryside and communities that make up Innisfil. It's also a great opportunity for some special, one-of-a-kind gift shopping, with offerings in a wide range of price points!

All locations are open Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm.


innisfilstudiotour.ca

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