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100 Small Artworks Show and Sale
Nov 16 to Nov 22, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, 143 Simpson Ave., Bowmanville. This exhibition offers VAC members the opportunity to show and sell their artwork with the first 100 submitted artworks getting automatically accepted into the show, and 100% of the sale price going directly to the artists. For more information, please visit vac.ca or call 905.623.5831
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Santa's Parade of Lights
Saturday, Nov 16, 6pm - 8pm, Downtown Oshawa. Presented by The Greater Oshawa Chamber of Commerce. All are invited to enjoy Santa’s Parade of Lights. To avoid being blocked in by the parade, recommended parking is north of Bond Street or south of King Street along the parade route. For more information, please visit oshawasantaclausparade.org/index.htm or call 905.728.1683
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Mingle & Jingle Holiday Market - Fundraiser and Craft show!
Coming soon...Sunday, Nov 24,10am- 3pm, 1100 Coldstream, Oshawa. Join us at Maxwell Heights Secondary School for a seasonal experience like no other! Shop small with over 70 local businesses and handmade artisans, displaying thoughtful and lovingly created, one of a kind gift items. Features: Photography studio Pop Up; Free craft zone; Free kiddie manicures; Face Painting; Free hot chocolate; DIY Cookie decorating; Mini Makeovers; Holiday Style Consultation; Draws; Swag; Silent Auction; And much more! Admission is ‘free’! All we ask is that you consider bringing a donation of non-perishable food or a new, unwrapped gift item for any age along with. Proceeds raised will be put toward topping up holiday sponsorships of disadvantaged seniors and special needs families within Durham Region. For more information, please visit evolutionsupportservices.ca
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Pickering Santa Claus Parade
Coming soon...Saturday, Nov 23, 10am- 12pm. The Kinsmen & Kinette Club of Pickering celebrates their 51st Annual Santa Claus Parade. This year's theme: We The North Pole. *New Parade Route ending: Glenanna Road to Esplanade South, Esplanade South to travel behind the Recreation Complex. For more information, please visit calendar.pickering.ca/default/Detail/2019-11-23-1000-Santa-Claus-Parade or call 905.420.4620
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Toronto East Rotary Club's 10th Annual Arts and Crafts Sale
Nov 16, 10am - 5pm, Eastminster United Church - 310 Danforth Ave. The Toronto East Rotary Club is holding its 10th Annual Arts and Crafts Sale with 45+ diverse Artisans selling their creations. Delicious baked goodies, hot chili and samosas will be available, together with live music, face painting and a draw. Proceeds raised go to a number of community projects including the Out of the Cold Program at Eastminster. Free event. For more information, please visit torontoeastrotary.com or call 416.463.3834
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Winter Lights Festival : Santa Claus Parade
Nov 15 & Nov 16. Kick off the holidays in downtown Brampton with the annual Winter Lights Festival presented by Northwest Lexus. Celebrate the first lighting of the tree in Ken Whillans Square, shop the outdoor holiday market, and enjoy Canada’s largest nighttime Santa Claus Parade presented by the Rotary Club of Brampton. Tree Lighting - Ken Whillans Square, Friday Nov 15 at 8pm. The annual Tree Lighting Ceremony is the official kickoff celebration for holiday season in Brampton. Together, Bramptonians will count down to light up the City’s 60-foot spruce tree, decorated with over 10,000 Christmas lights, in Ken Whillans Square. Watch the tree light up at 8pm, and enjoy free activities, light installations, and entertainment all evening long. Stage Schedule - 6pm Event Kick-off; 6:05pm Performances by St. Roch’s Funk In Da Trunk and Jam Clubs; 6:45pm LED Bot Dancers; 6:50pm Performances by Christina’s Dance and Arts Studio; 7:10pm Spin Scarlets LED Hoop Dancers; 7:20pm Battle of the Chainsaws; 7:55pm Greetings by Mayor Brown and Members of Council; 8pm Official Tree Lighting; 8:05pm Chinguacousy Swing Orchestra Band; Christmas Market presented by Garden Square Friday, Nov 15 from 4pm - 10pm and Saturday, Nov 16 from 11am - 11pm - Start your shopping and get in the holiday spirit at this year’s outdoor Christmas Market presented by Tire World. Shop for unique gifting items, enjoy a sweet treat, or ride the carousel – this year’s market celebrates the whimsical energy of the holidays by combining the charm of a holiday market with the energy of a winter carnival – all located in Garden Square. : Saturday Nov 16 at 5pm - Santa Claus Parade, Main St. North to South. Catch the annual Brampton Santa Claus Parade, presented by the Rotary Club of Brampton. Celebrating their 25th anniversary, the annual Brampton Santa Claus Parade is the largest single-day event in the Region of Peel and is considered to be the largest nighttime parade in Canada! The spectacle of twinkling lights, floats, marching bands, and costume characters runs south along Main Street from Sproule Drive to Elgin Drive. For more details including the parade route, parade history and road closures, visit bramptonsantaclausparade.com. Free event. For more information, please visit brampton.ca/EN/Arts-Culture-Tourism/Festivals-and-Events/Pages/Winter-Lights-Festival.aspx
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All Handmade Marketplace
Nov 15 & Nov 16, 1280 Dundas St W. Shop handmade and local from over 80 of the GTA’s most talented artisans at the All Handmade Marketplace. Modern gift ideas for each member of your family and friends. Shop both Friday evening & Saturday. Come early as the first 25 people each day will get a ‘swag bag’ full of free gifts, samples & coupons to use at the event!! Nov. 15 5-9pm; Nov. 16 10am – 4pm. Only $2 admission; Delish eats and goodies; Free Parking; Hot drinks to sip while you shop and even a ‘kids zone’! If you have any questions about the All Handmade Marketplace, feel free to email allhandmademarketplace’at’gmail.com or visit facebook.com for more information or to apply
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Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly: The Rock ‘n’ Roll Dream Tour
Nov 19, 8pm, FirstOntario Concert Hall - 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton. Concert audience in the dark. A unique concert experience, see legends Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly perform as holograms with a live band and back-up singers. An American singer-songwriter, Roy Orbison was known for his pop, country, rock songs with complex song structures and dark, emotional ballads. Buddy Holly was an American singer-songwriter known as a pioneering rock n roll figure in the 1950s until his untimely death at age 22. This cutting-edge, multi-media holographic performance and remastered audio presented by industry leaders BASE Hologram will transport audiences back in time for an evening of Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly’s greatest hits onstage. For more information, please visit coreentertainment.ca/events/detail/rocknrolldream19 or call 905.546.3100
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