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Taste Festival
Saturday, Sept 15, 11am - 3pm, Holy Family Parish, 91 Ribblesdale drive, Whitby. Join us for a fun day of tasting delicious food from around the world. Children enjoy face painting, arts & crafts, photo booth and jumping castle. Grand Raffle tickets with amazing prizes. For more information, please visit holyfamilywh.archtoronto.org
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Uxbridge Art on the Fringe
Sept 15 & Sept 16, 10am - 5pm, Uxbridge Museum Historical Centre, 7239 Concession 6, Uxbridge. A venue for emerging and established artists ... over 20 Exhibitors. Admission Free, Refreshments, Music - Accessible. For more information, please visit artistsofuxbridge.ca
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Kidney Walk- Durham Region
Coming Soon…Sunday, Sept 23, 9am - 12pm, Lakeview Park, 55 Lakeview Park Ave, Oshawa. It’s about providing a better future for kidney patients. Every kilometre counts. The Kidney Foundation’s Kidney Walks are the largest community fundraising event in Ontario dedicated to raising funds for innovative research, vital programs, and services that support people living with kidney disease. For more information please visit kidneywalk.ca or call Daniela Piotrowski at 1.800.387.4474 ex.4964
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Family Fun Fest!
Coming Soon…Saturday, Sept 22, 2pm – 4pm, 1-144 9behind Live Well Family Chiropractic0, Old Kingston Rd, Ajax. Come and join us at our 2nd annual Family Fun Fest and Patient Appreciation Party! Bouncy castles, Games, Prizes, Live Music, Face Painiting, Balloon Animals, Food and more! All are welcome, bring your friends and family! For more information, please visit facebook.com/events/632207610494900 or call 905.683.4371
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RBC Race for the Kids
Sept 15, 6am - 12pm, Mel Lastman Square - 5100 Yonge St, North York. You can step forward for youth mental health by participating in the RBC Race for the Kids! Did you know that 1.2 million young Canadians struggle with mental health issues, such as anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, depression and addiction but only one in five will get the specialized treatment they need? Join us for a 5k walk, 7K run, or 15K race. With your help the Family Navigation Project at Sunnybrook will assist more young people find the mental health care they so desperately need. Register today! Start times: 15K - 7:30am; 7K - 8am; 5K - 8:45am. Register as an individual or as part of a team with family and friends. There’s no registration fee to participate in the RBC Race for the Kids. We do, however, suggest a fundraising minimum of $100 for adult participants aged 18 and above, $40 for youth aged 10-17, and $20 for children under the age of 10. Of course, we'll be so happy if you surpass these suggested minimums! The more raised, the more youth can find the mental health support they need. Register early! Every year this event sells out. Reservations / Advance Tickets are required. For more information, please visit rbcraceforthekids.ca or email: rbcraceforthekids’at’sunnybrook.ca or call 416.480.6100 ex.87299
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The Terry Fox Run
Sun, Sept 16, 7:30am – 11am, The Port Credit Lighthouse. The Terry Fox Run is a fundraiser for cancer research. Registration begins at 7:30am, official start is at 9:15am. We have a 5K and 10K route following the spectacular waterfront trail. Everyone is welcome! For more information, please visit terryfox.org or call 1.888.836.9786 or email wssecnik’at’hotmail.com
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Halton Kidney Walk
15 Sept, 10am to 1pm, Bronte Creek Provincial Park, 1219 Burloak Drive, Oakville. Take a giant step in the fight against kidney disease. The Kidney Foundation’s Kidney Walks are the largest community fundraising event in Ontario dedicated to raising funds for innovative research, vital programs, and services that support people living with kidney disease. For more information please visit the website kidneywalk.ca or call Daniela Piotrowski at 1.800.387.4474 ex.4964
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Supercrawl 2018
Sept 14 to Sept 16. Entering its tenth anniversary, Supercrawl continues to inspire and delight lovers of arts and culture. Headliners at Supercrawl 2018, the festival’s tenth annual edition, will include Broken Social Scene, Lights, Wintersleep, Owen Pallett, Cadence Weapon, The Dirty Nil, and Elliott Brood. Other musical artists scheduled to perform at Supercrawl 2018 include (in alphabetical order) Basement Revolver, Bonjay, Buddah Abusah, Canadian Winter, Ben Caplan, Cootes Paradise, William Crighton, Crybaby, Duchess Says, John Ellison, The Elwins, Jeremy Fisher Junior, The Fuddles, Hamilton Blues All-Stars (featuring Rita Chiarelli, Tim Gibbons, Darcy Hepner, Harrison Kennedy, Jesse O’Brien, Brant Parker, Alfie Smith, Steve Strongman, and Trickbag), Hamilton Children’s Choir, Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra with The Altobeelays, Hamilton Youth Steel Orchestra, Hollerado, Iskwé, The Kents, King Park, Language Arts, Lava Dolls, Lone Rhu, Shanika Maria, Mississippi Bends, Mount Farewell, Willie Nile, Nyssa, Lindi Ortega, The Pack A.D., Partner, Fred Penner & The Cat’s Meow, Poesy, Rexford Drive, Royal Seas, Shade, Slowcoaches, SUUNS, Ian Thomas, Michelle Titian, Weaves, and Sam Weber. Supercrawl’s massive weekend of arts and music kicks off on the festival’s south stage (King & James) on the evening of Thursday, Sept 13, with a limited activation of the section of James between King & York/Wilson.For more information, please visit supercrawl.ca
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