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Hamilton Police Female Choir
Nov 18, 680 Plains Road West, Burlington, presented by the Royal Botanical Gardens. The Hamilton Police Female Choir is unique in that they are the one and only all-female police choir in Canada. The choir is composed of civilian and sworn members, along with retired members of the Hamilton Police Service. For more information, please visit rbg.ca/holiday-entertainment or call 905.527.1158
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The McQuesten's Childhood Christmas
Nov 18 to Dec 31, 41 Jackson St. W., Hamilton. Presented by Whitehern Historic House & Garden. Enjoy this special time of year as the McQuestens look back on the Christmas of their childhood. Once a year, the family's toys are gathered under a whimsically decorated tree. The table is beautifully set with the China they used for Christmas and New Year's. Cedar roping and satin ribbon complete the picture. Come to Whitehern and experience the holidays as they were celebrated through the eras, from the 1850s to the 1930s. Closed on Mondays, Good Friday, Canada Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. For more information, please visit hamilton.ca/whitehern or call 905.546.2018
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‘‘Wild’‘ Holiday Gala Dinner & Dance
Coming Soon…Nov 25, 5:30pm – 1am, 1386 Cooper Road, Hamilton, presented by African Lion Safari. Meet & Mingle with exotic birds, animals and their handlers before enjoying a delicious All You Can Eat Buffet, music and dancing! Minimum booking of 6 people required. Ages: 19+. Cost: $39.95 per person (plus tax & gratuity). For more information, please visit classiccatering.ca or call 519.622.8144
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Dundas Tree Lighting Ceremony
Coming Soon…Nov 24, 6:30pm, presented by the Downtown Dundas Shopping District. Canada's oldest tree lighting ceremony. The tree lighting ceremony is located at Memorial Square, (King & Sydenham) in Downtown Dundas for our annual tree lighting ceremony! A medley of holiday music will be performed by Joan Ballantyne, The Harlequin Singers and the Dundas Concert Band. Father Christmas will arrive to welcome you and have a visit with the children. Complimentary treats from Village Bakery while supplies last. For more information, please visit downtowndundas.ca or call 905.628.3217
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Fair November
Nov 16 to Nov 19 , University Centre - University of Guelph, 50 Stone Rd East, Guelph. 42rd Annual Juried Handcraft Sale - Thursday & Friday 10am - 9pm; Saturday 10am - 6pm; Sunday 10am - 5pm. This annual four-day event introduces visitors to creative crafts such as jewelry, candles, ornaments, clothes and accessories, as well as products such as fudge, jams, oils, soaps, and more that are all handmade. For more information, please visit uoguelph.ca or call 519.824.4120 ex.52896
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Music's Greatest Icons: Holiday Edition
Nov 21 - Dec 14, Greg Frewin Theatre - 5781 Ellen Avenue, Niagara Falls. Celebrate the Holiday Season with Music's Greatest Icons. For three matinee shows only in the month of Nov & Dec, the Greg Frewin Theatre presents world renowned travelling sensations - Music's Greatest Icons! This is a jam-packed, song-filled tribute show that celebrates the greatest hits from the legendary singers of country music. This show pays direct homage to Country Music singers such as: Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Patsy Cline & the one and only - Elvis. Plus, special appearances by Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn. This collection of stars will be performed by two individually talented Canadian entertainers Roy LeBlanc & Amberley Beatty who always deliver the best in tribute act styled entertainment. No music tracks. This is the real deal! If you love country music sung by world-class entertainers, then this is a ‘must show’ for you to come & see. For more information, please visit gregfrewintheatre.com or call 1.866.870.3002
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Annual Christmas Tree Lighting
Friday, Nov 17, 6pm to 8pm, 2 Wellington Street West, Brampton. The annual Christmas Tree Lighting kicks off the Christmas season in Brampton with an estimated attendance of 10,000 people throughout the course of the event. Brampton residents and visitors enjoy an evening of local and professional entertainment. Free event. For more information, please visit brampton.ca or call 311
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Rotary Burlington Grand Festival Concert
Saturday, Nov 18, 07pm - 10pm, Burlington Performing Arts Centre - Southwest corner of Elgin and Locust St, Burlington. The Rotary Burlington Grand Festival Concert is the culmination of two weeks of musical competition in early Nov. Young musicians from Burlington and other communities across Ontario will be adjudicated over the course of these two weeks. Those selected for awards and scholarships will then perform at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre on the evening of Saturday, Nov 18. We encourage citizens of Burlington to attend the concert knowing they will be amazed at the talent and performances of these young people.. More details can be found on our website rotarymusicfest.org or call 905.517.9671
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