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The Importance of Being Earnest
Aug 1 to Aug 10, Town Hall 1873, 302 Queen St. Port Perry. Theatre on the Ridge, presents The Importance of Being Earnest, considered by many to be one of the most brilliant comedies ever written and is Oscar Wilde's delightful commentary on Victorian Society. Aug 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 7:30pm - 10pm; Saturday, Aug 10, 2pm - 4:30pm. Cost $25 - $35, family passes, student/senior and group rates available. For more information, please visit townhall1873.ca or call 905.985.8181
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McLaughlin Week Basement Tours 2019
Aug 4 to Aug 9, 270 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa. Aug 4, Aug 5, Aug 6, Aug 7, 10:30am - 4pm; Aug 8, 10:30am - 7:30pm; Aug 9, 10:30am - 7pm. Join us for one of our most popular and favourite tours. The opportunity to tour the basement only happens for 10 days each year! The Parkwood basement was the industrial plant for the mansion that included laundry, the cannery, the boilers, the freezer, the wine cellar, the elevator works and so much more! *Please note that stairs are required to access the basement area of the mansion, if extra support is required there is a ramp that leads down to the public washrooms, where there are 3 smaller steps to gain access to the basement.* Fee - $15.00 per person. For more information, please visit parkwoodestate.com or call 905.433.4311
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10th Annual Oshawa Gospel Fest
Coming soon...Sunday, Aug 11, 4pm - 7pm, Memorial Park - 110 Simcoe Street South, Oshawa. You're invited to the 10th year of this community event in the heart of Oshawa at Memorial Park. A time to rekindle the community spirit with live bands, gospel music, jumping castle, shopping for ‘free’ as well as a free community BBQ! The Oshawa Gospel Fest brings the Durham community together in a spirit of love and unity! ..Event Host - Church of God Sabbath-Keeping Oshawa. For more information, please call 905.239.5954 or email oshawapr’at’gmail.com
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Driftwood Theatre's Bard's Bus Tour presents A Midsummer Night's Dream
Coming soon...Sunday, Aug 11, 7:30pm - 10:30pm, Scugog Shores Museum Village, 16210 Island Road, Port Perry. Imagine epic, site-specific theatre with Ontario’s greatest outdoor spaces as powerful backdrops, where every performance is unique to each particular community. Driftwood Theatre’s Bard’s Bus Tour has been sharing theatre under the stars in places you love for 25 years. This year they will be presenting ‘‘A Midsummer Night's Dream’‘ by William Shakespeare. The production will take place outdoors at the Museum Village. The Bard's Bus Tour is a 'pay-what-you-can' theatre experience, making quality theatre available to all. Praise for Driftwood Theatre’s Bard’s Bus Tour; ‘‘Driftwood Theatre is changing the conversation around [Shakespeare].’‘ Carly Maga, The Toronto Star; ‘‘I’m grateful for the scrappy Driftwood Theatre Group’‘ Lynn Slotkin, The Slotkin Letter; ‘‘If you haven’t yet discovered the charms and delights of Driftwood Theatre, make this your summer.’‘ Durham This Week; ‘‘One of the summer’s most enriching theatre experiences.’‘ Velika Maxam, Slowcity.ca; ‘‘A ray of sunshine in a darkening world’‘ Drew Rowsome, My Gay Toronto. Pay what you can admission (suggested $20-$30/person). For more information, please visit driftwoodtheatre.com or call 905.985.8698 ex.103
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Scarborough Ribfest
Aug 2 to Aug 5, Thomson Memorial Park - North East Corner Brimley Road and Lawrence Avenue. Friday, Aug 2 to Aug 4, 11am - 11pm; Monday, Aug 5, 11am to 08pm; Entertainment stops at 10pm. Presented by: The Rotary Club of Scarborough. Scarborough Ribfest is an annual festival and fundraiser. All moneys raised by the Rotary Club of Scarborough are donated to charitable projects in Scarborough and around the world. Ribfest will have 10 incredible Ribbers, 20 other food vendors, a Midway and 50 crafters and vendors. Beer, coolers, pop, juice and water will be available. Buy a 50/50 ticket. Last year's winner took home over $10,000.00. This is bound to create lots of excitement. A winner will be announced on Monday evening at 8:30pm. Free live entertainment during the weekend from 11am to 10pm on the Roadsport Stage each day. On Monday, the entertainment finishes at 8pm. Free entrance. For more information, please visit scarboroughribfest.com or call 416.818.8337
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Global T-20 Canada
Continues to…Aug 11, 7575 Kennedy Road South, Brampton. Brampton is hosting the world’s best cricket players including Yuvraj Singh, Shahid Afridi & Chris Gayle at CAA Centre, Brampton. More information and Tickets are live now at GT20.ca
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Art in the Park
Monday, Aug 5, 10am - 5pm, Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park. A big thanks to all the exhibitors and guests who attended Art in the Park 2018. It was an absolutely terrific event. Thanks to all of the artists who made the park come alive with their amazing creations. Congratulations to 2018 People’s Choice award winner: Brooke Cormier, Booth # 102. In 1965 the Society created Art in the Park to promote local artists and artisans, and today this show has blossomed into Oakville’s premiere art event. Featuring more than 175 artists and artisans from across the country, the event attracts thousands of people to the Bronte waterfront. Every medium is represented, from traditional oil, acrylic and water-colour paintings to glass, ceramics, photography, mixed media, sculptures and fine jewellery. Visitors will get to meet the artists and learn about the works they have created. Admission paid to get into Art in the Park Art plays a crucial role in the life of the Oakville Art Society. It affords the OAS an opportunity to raise funds to subsidize programming and act as a venue for furthering interest and knowledge of the world of art. Admission $5.00; Children under 12 are free. For more information, please visit artintheparkoakville.com
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Festival of Friends
Aug 2 to Aug 4, 1000 Main Street E, Hamilton. The Festival of Friends is Hamilton's long-running, legendary summer festival with two live music stages featuring well-known Canadian acts, plus art, crafts, and food trucks in Gage Park. Admission to the festival is free to everyone. This year's musical acts include American country star Tanya Tucker headlining a country-themed Saturday, with opening act Ben and Noel Haggard, performing the songs of their late father, country legend Merle Haggard. Friday will be rock-oriented, with Hamilton-based hitmakers the Trews headlining and Juno-nominated rockers Bleeker opening. Sunday night will feature an '80s feel with Loverboy headlining, with Burlington synth-pop band the Spoons opening. For more information, please visit festivaloffriends.ca or call 905.541.3834
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