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Don Valley Art Club - Show Within A Show
Nov 15 to Nov 26, 12pm - 5pm, (every Saturday), Todmorden Mills Heritage Site - 67 Pottery Rd. Art show featuring 200+ affordable paintings of all sizes and types for sale, plus a whole wall of square-foot paintings (all $144). Great gift ideas. Boost your mood by living with original art. Access by TTC or bike. Cost: Free. For more information, please visit donvalleyartclub.com
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8th Annual Arts and Crafts Sale
Nov 18, 10am - 5pm, Eastminster United Church - 310 Danforth Ave. The Toronto East Rotary Club is holding its 8th Annual Arts and Crafts Sale with over 45 diverse artisans selling their creations. Refreshments will be available, together with live music, face painting and a draw. Proceeds raised go to community projects including the Out of the Cold Program at Eastminster. Admission is free. For more information, please visit torontoeastrotary.com/event/arts---crafts-sale or call 416.463.3834
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Cavalcade of Lights
Coming Soon…Nov 25, Nathan Phillips Square - 100 Queen St W, presented by Great Gulf. The Cavalcade of Lights at Nathan Phillips Square is an annual holiday tradition featuring the lighting of Toronto’s official Christmas Tree, live musical performances by some of Canada’s top performers, a spectacular fireworks show and skating parties on the iconic outdoor rink. All free! The focal point of the annual Cavalcade of Lights celebration is the lighting of Toronto's official Christmas tree. For 2016, the tree was a white spruce selected a year in advance from the Bancroft, Ontario area. Approximately 18-metres (60-feet) tall and featuring close to 700 individual ornaments and 3,810 metres of energy efficient lights (525,000 lights), the 2016 tree lit up Nathan Phillips Square through to New Year's Eve. Free event. Please check website closer to the date for specific event times. For more information, please visit toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=52fe9d50208fb510VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD
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Fireworks Festival
Continues to… Nov 26, Alumnae Theatre Company - 70 Berkeley St. Alumnae Theatre Company’s 100th anniversary season continues with its annual Fire-Works Festival. The festival features three new full-length plays, all developed in-house. This year to mark Alumnae’s rich history as a female-led organization, all three plays have been written, produced and directed by Canadian women. The festival runs over three weeks, with one play programmed per week. A unique aspect of the festival is the chance to ‘pull back the curtain’ on the creative process through playwright/director talkbacks and post-show panel discussions on topics the plays address. Cost $15.00 pp. For more information, please visit alumnaetheatre.com or call 416.364.4170
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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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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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Santa Claus Parade
Saturday, Nov 18, 5pm to 10pm, Waterfront & Downtown Streets. The Barrie Chamber of Commerce is pleased to have a longstanding partnership with Santa. He joins us each year for this fun night parade that features fantastic lights, colours and music. The theme will be Musical Madness. We're excited to see all the creative ways that our floats bring Christmas songs to life! Interested in putting in a float? Register on the website by Nov 9: The parade will leave Tiffin/Lakeshore at 5pm sharp. We will be traveling the same route again this year, departing from Tiffin and Lakeshore, heading straight up Tiffin to Bradford Street. We will then head North on Bradford to Dunlop, then through Downtown Barrie, where we will be part of the Downtown Barrie Tree Lighting festivities! For more information, please visit barriechamber.com or call 705.721.5000
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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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