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Spring Art Festival
April 27 to April 29, Camp Samac - 275 Conlin Rd E, Oshawa. Art show and sale with 70 artists in all mediums. Inside Council Hall at Camp Samac. 3 day event on Fri., Sat., Sun. For more information, please call 905.435.0575
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Utopia! Who’s Listening Now
Continues to…May 20. Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, 143 Simpson Avenue, Bowmanville. Anne O’Callaghan is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice incorporates a wide range of media, including text, and photo-based works, artist books, video, sound installation, and sculpture. For over three decades, O’Callaghan has devoted her artistic practice to the exploration of art and politics, memory, and the ways in which artists can effect change. Utopia! Who’s Listening Now is an exhibition made up of a series of installations through which O’Callaghan responds to political events in our recent history. Her work aims to explore, subvert, and deconstruct the ways in which governments, police, institutions, and corporations have developed and employed methods of surveillance, communication, and propaganda. Gallery Hours: Monday Closed; Tuesday – Thursday 10am – 9pm; Friday – Sunday 10am – 4pm. Please note that the VAC is partially wheelchair accessible. For more information, please visit vac.ca/exhibitions or call 905.623.5831
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Oh My East! Spring Craft & Artisan Market
Coming Soon…Saturday, May 5, 10am - 4pm, St. Francis Centre for the Arts, Ajax. Please join us at the Oh My East! Spring Craft & Artisan Market at the historic St. Francis Centre for the Arts. Expect to see a variety of talented artists, designers and creators from all over Durham Region and the GTA, selling a mix of unique finds for your home or original, handmade gifts. Perfect for Mother’s Day. Admission is free. For a list of participating vendors, please visit: ohmyeast.com. For more information, please visit calendar.durham.ca/communityevents/Detail/ohmyeast.com or call 647.205.1190
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Whitby Brass Band Spring Concert.
Coming Soon…Friday, May 4, 6:45pm - 9:30pm, Courthouse Theatre, 416 Centre St S, Whitby. Concert starts 7:30pm. Pre concert music Whitby junior band at 6:45pm. $15 general admission, $10 senior and students. For more information, please visit calendar.durham.ca/communityevents/Detail/whitbybrassband.com
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Battle of York Weekend
April 28, 10am - 5pm, Fort York National Historic Site - 250 Fort York Blvd. Honour the 205th anniversary of the Battle of York fought on April 27, 1813. The fort comes alive with musket firing demonstrations, Georgian cooking in the Officers' Quarters kitchen, site tours and period animation. Kids can try ‘‘falling-in’‘ for 1812-era soldiering drill! Saturday, April 28, 11am - Walking In Their Footsteps - Free walking tour - Meet outside of the Palais Royale (1601 Lakeshore Blvd. west). Tread the ground of the U.S. attackers and York defenders as you follow the guided tour Walking in Their Footsteps. This 1.5 hour walking tour will trace the course and events of the battle which took place on April 27, 1813. It will be a continuous walk, led by staff and volunteers, with five stops along the way. At each of these stops, a speaker will give a 10 minute presentation relating to the details of the battle. Cost: Child $5.30; Youth $7.10; Adult $12.40; Senior $8.85. For more information, please visit toronto.ca or call 416.392.6907
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Atif & Neha Live In Concert
Sat, 28 April, 7pm to 11pm, Hershey Centre. Atif Aslam returns to Hershey Centre in Mississauga with special guest Neha Kakkar. Once a child reaches their 3rd birthday they will require a ticket for entry. Audience Family. Cost: starting from $47. For more information, please visit hersheycentre.com/events/atif-aslam-neha-kakkar-live-concert-mississauga-hershey-centre or call 905.502.9100
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Indoor Garage Sale
28 Apr, 8am to 12pm, Appleby College J.S. Gairdner Arena, 540 Lakeshore Rd., W., Oakville. Join us for an ‘indoor’ Garage Sale at Appleby College. Items for sale include, but are not limited to: clothing, toys, handbags, tools, electronics, furniture and décor, kitchen appliances, books, and sporting equipment. Bake sale on site in support of Community Living Oakville. Cash encouraged but credit card and debit will be accepted. Arrive early for a great deal on new and gently used treasures! For more information, please call 905.845.4681 or email laffer1 ‘at’ hotmail.com
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HamilTEN Theatre Festival
April 27 to April 29, 27 Dundurn St, N., Hamilton. Established in 2012, the HamilTEN Theatre Festival is Hamilton's premier festival of 10-minute plays written and directed by local playwrights in the Greater Hamilton community. This short, fun format allows audiences to experience a variety of genres in an engaging, condensed format. This year we have 18 shows by 18 local playwrights. So join us for one of our three performance blocks: ‘red’, ‘blue’, or ‘green’, or attend all three to get the entire festival experience! To buy your tickets today, visit hamiltenfestival.com. For more information, please visit staircase.org
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