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A Celebration of Scottish Song and Dance
Sunday Jan 26, 2pm, Guelph Museums - 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph. An ode to Robert Burns and Scottish traditions with performances by piper Robin Aggus and Marilyn Baxter, and tastes of haggis, oatcakes and shortbread. Tickets in advance. $10 + HST. Cash bar. For more information, please call 519.836.1221
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Fourth Friday: The Fair Wind and Friends
Friday Jan 24, Guelph Museums - 52 Norfolk Street, Guelph. Kick off your weekend with a performance by The Fair Wind and Friends! On the Fourth Friday of the month, Guelph Museums offers free admission to the Guelph Civic Museum after 5pm Performance by The Fair Wind at 7pm and 8pm. For more information, please visit guelphmuseums.ca or call 519.836.1221
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When-the-Reaper-Calls
Jan 23 to Feb. 2, Guelph Little Theatre - 176 Morris Street, Guelph. By Peter Colley; Directed by Doug Feggans. Victor and Harlan have been friends and inveterate pranksters since their days as students of philosophy. A fateful prank kickstarts a highy entertaining, yet chilling, nightmare that will keep audiences guessing, gasping and laughing throughout. Adult $22; Senior (60+) $19; Children & Youth $11. Courtesy of Playwrights Guild of Canada. For more information, please visit guelphlittletheatre.com or call 519.821.0270
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A Guelph Tribute to the Music of ‘MoTown’
Coming soon...Saturday Feb 1, 8pm, Guelph Black Heritage Society - Royal City Church, 50 Quebec St, Guelph. As an irresistible force of social and cultural change, Berry Gordy’s legendary Motown made its mark not just on the music industry, but society at large, with a sound that has become one of the most significant musical accomplishments and stunning success stories of the 20th century. Diana Ross & the Supremes, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, Stevie Wonder, the Temptations, the Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson & the Jackson 5, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Lionel Richie & the Commodores; their music communicated and brought together a racially divided country and segregated society, as well as around the world, touching all people of all ages and races. The tribute will feature performances by D'Eve Archer, Rufus John, Savannah Taylor, Tannis Slimmon, Jessy Bell Smith, Nicolette Hoang, Alanna Gurr, Jenny Mitchell, Transstar, Bry Webb and Steph Yates. This talented group of musicians will be backed by the House Band featuring Nick Zubeck: guitar, Tyler Wagler: bass, Thomas Hammerton: keyboards, Amadeo Ventura: percussion, Nathan Lawr: drums, Dan Gooch: trumpet, Brent Rowan: sax and Karen Ng: sax. Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. Tickets in advance $25 adult, $15 student. At the door $30 adult, $20 student. For more information, please visit guelphblackheritage.ca
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Tartan Terrors
Jan 25, 8pm, McIntyre Performing Arts Centre - 135 Fennell Ave West, Hamilton. Celebrate Robbie Burns Day with the Tartan Terrors, who mix music with folklore, dance, and humor. For more information, please visit mohawkcollege.ca/events/performing-arts/tartan-terrors-robbie-burns-day-2020 or call 905.575.2122
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Living with Olivia Cadence Donovan
Saturdays Jan 14 to Jan 25, 2pm - 4pm and 8pm - 10pm, Young Centre of Performing Arts - 50 Tank House Lane. RedWit Theatre addresses the stigma behind mental health with an original, lighthearted play, Living with Olivia Cadence Donovan. Written and produced by Allison Shea Reed, an NYU Tisch graduate and experienced playwright, the play details the experience of a young woman struggling with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in her twenties. Living with Olivia Cadence Donovan is a play that strives to bring theatre to the audience in an educational, frank portrayal in hopes of creating honest and respectful dialogue while simultaneously creating allies for communities that are stigmatized and inadequately portrayed in the entertainment industry. Play run length is approximate. Please contact the theatre directly for precise play length. Cost: $25 - $35. Advance Tickets are required, available at tickets.youngcentre.ca. For more information, please call 416.866.8666 or email boxoffice’at’youngcentre.ca
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Community Skate
Saturday 25 Jan, 10am - 02pm, FirstOntario Centre – 101 York Boulevard, Hamilton. Spectra, venue managers of FirstOntario Centre are excited to announce that Core Entertainment & KX 947 Community Skate will return in the New Year. The event is free to the public. Community members are welcome to bring their friends and families for a fun filled afternoon in the Core. A few surprises are in store for fans who attend the event. Stay tuned to Core Entertainment on social media, and into KX947 to hear about some exciting surprises leading up to the skate. Core Entertainment and KX 947 are excited to partner again with the Hamilton Food Share. With 13,000 individuals including 5,000 children relying on the Hamilton Food share each month in Hamilton, it is more important than ever to give back to our community. Hamiltonian’s are invited to bring their families, friends, non-perishable food items, and small change for a fun-filled afternoon in the Core and on the ice. We encourage fans to bring peanut butter, canned tuna & salmon, meat-based soups, pasta, rice, dried or canned beans or whole grain cereals to the event. Doors open at 10am and ice time ends at 2pm. Skate and helmet rentals not available. FirstOntario Centre strongly recommends that inexperienced skaters, and all children under the age of 16, wear CSA approved equipment including a helmet while skating. Local community partners will be onsite providing giveaway prizes, treats, and selling goods. For more information, please visit coreEntertainment.ca
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Toronto Reptile Expo
Sunday, Jan 26, 9am – 4pm, International Centre. Its the very first Reptile Expo in Toronto for 2020! Join us for a day of reptile appreciation. All your favourite vendors and enthusiasts will be there! Tickets available at reptileexpo.ca. Lottery Number – Mississauga. For more information, please call 1.866.254.5577 or email info’at’canadianpetexpo.ca
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