Community Event - Niagara - RCL Br. 24 15 George St. (L.L.) St. Catharines

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 03/14/2019 - 10:16
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Friday, April 5th, 12th, 26th Also Baked Fish & Potato & Take-Out. Everyone is Welcome!
Royal Canadian Legion Br. 24
15 George St. (Lower Level)
L2R 5N1
St. Catharines

Public Notices/Announcements - Niagara - Trivia Night at Christ Church

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 03/14/2019 - 09:53
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On Friday, April 26th Christ Church will be hosting Trivia Night in the Memorial Hall.  $20 a person, table of 8.  Please come for 6:30 pm there will be a lot of door prices and also to get organized for the event.  It will be starting at 7 pm sharp.  Wheelchair Accessible with Elevator. For tickets, please contact Barbara Greenwood at 905-358-7226. See you there!

Public Notices/Announcements - Windsor/Leamington - Abridged Opera - Cinderella

Submitted by cdanby on Thu, 03/14/2019 - 09:40
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Abridge Opera, Windsor's independent opera company, presents Cinderella at Willistead Manor on Wednesday, March 27 and Thursday, March 28 in partnership with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra. Performances begin at 8pm, preceded by a pre-concert talk with WSO's Assistant Conductor, Daniel Wiley, at 7pm.  This intimate performance is presented in a theatre-in-the-round style with the audience seated on the edge of the action as the classic fairy tale moved from room to room in the house. Audience members will immerse themselves in Cinderella's world as they sit in the living room and watch the Evil Stepmother ready her daughters for the king's ball, then move to the ballroom and witness Prince Charming and Cinderella fall in love. Cinderella, composed by Jules Massenet, will be accompanied by a sixteen-piece chamber ensemble composed of WSO players, conducted by Daniel Wiley. The title role is sung by Windsor native Amelia Daigle whose "Golden Age" voice is stunning in this French repertoire. Other Windsor natives include Naomie Eberhard as an Evil Stepsister, Tracey Atin as the narrator, as well as Jake Flynn, David Katich-McNamara and Max Arvidsson of the UoW, as aids to the Prince.  Abridge Opera founder Erin Armstrong direct with her Music Moves Kids Senior Choir performing as the Fairy Godmother's spirit helpers. Ther opera will be sung in French and runs 2 hours. Tickets are $50 for adults, $35 for students and are available online, or by calling 226-346-8372. Audience size is limited to fifty seats per show and expected to sell out.  

Community Event - Muskoka - Muskoka Maple Festival

Submitted by sacton on Thu, 03/14/2019 - 09:08
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The Muskoka Maple Festival is a family-friendly event on Main Street in downtown Huntsville, Muskoka. The festival begins with the “Muskoka Maple Trail” happening throughout March and April. This is a seven week-long Maple Harvest compilation of featured maple locations including, sugar shack tours, maple-inspired cuisine, beverages, products, and much more! The grand finale of the harvest will be the Muskoka Maple Festival on April 27th, 2019 in downtown Huntsville which will feature an all-day pancake breakfast, maple syrup producers, arts & crafts vendors, unique maple items and gifts, tasty treats, live music, a beer garden, street performers, interactive events and more! Also don’t miss out on new additions to the Festival – the Kiwanis Sap Run and the Muskoka Maple Marche!
Downtown Huntsville
Main St

Public Notices/Announcements - Windsor/Leamington - Anthropoce The Human Epoch - Free Screening

Submitted by cdanby on Thu, 03/14/2019 - 09:07
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A community celebration of WOW (Windsor on Watch), Council of Canadians, Gathering Steam and UoW presents, A free public screening and discussion of Anthropocene The Human Epoch. A film exploring the new geological epoch - the Anthropocene - a planet shaped more by humankind than nature.  "The more people watch this film and join the global discussion, the more progression we will be able to make, and the more hope we will have.  -H-Net Tuesday, March 19, 6:30pm at Multi-Media Room, Alan Wildeman Centre for Creative Arts (Old TBQ site) UWindsor School of Creative Arts in Downtown Windsor next to the former Armouries on Freedom Way. 

Community Event - Muskoka - Easter Egg Hunt

Submitted by sacton on Thu, 03/14/2019 - 09:05
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APRIL 21 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


Children embark upon a chocolate treasure hunt and search for the golden eggs to win prizes!
  • Date & Time: Sunday April 21st, 2018 from 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm. Gate opens at 12:00 noon sharp and children are split into various age groups, even the very young.
  • Admission: FREE
  • Parking: Muskoka Heritage Place upper parking lot at 88 Brunel Road, Huntsville.
  • Event Details: The entire event lasts one hour and admission is free and fun.
Muskoka Heritage Place
88 Brunel Road

Community Event - Kingston - Sun Moon & Stars Quilt Show 2019

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 03/14/2019 - 09:00
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Join the Napanee Heritage Quilters' Guild at their Sun Moon & Stars Quilt Show April 13&14 from 10am - 4pm daily. Display of members quilts, vendors, boutique, light lunch, free coffee and tea, silent auctions, demonstrations, raffles. Feature quilter - Member Sue Fiddes Admission $7.00
Strathcona Paper Centre
16 McPherson Drive
K7R 3K6

Community Event - Belleville - Sun Moon & Stars Quilt Show 2019

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 03/14/2019 - 08:48
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Come out and join the Napanee Heritage Quilters' Guild at the  Sun Moon & Stars Quilt Show - April 13 & April 14 from 10am -4pm daily. Cost - $7.00 Display of members quilts, vendors, boutique, light lunch, free coffee & tea, silent auctions, raffles and demonstrations.  
Strathcona Paper Centre
16 McPherson Drive
K7R 3L2