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Community Event - Peterborough/Lindsay - 4th Line Theatre hosts hockey-themed reminiscence

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4th Line Theatre’s Managing Artistic Director Kim Blackwell invites members of the community to join her for an afternoon of hockey-themed stories, memories and reminiscences, with an eye to creating a hockey-themed play in the near future.  Canadian actors and playwrights Paul Braunstein (4th Line’s The Shadow Walk of Millbrook) and Courtenay Stevens are excited to be working with 4th Line to create a play about hockey derived from local stories and memories. Please join 4th Line and bring your best hockey-related stories, memories of teams and games past, personal experiences, recollections and photographs. Community reminiscences are an important part of 4th Line Theatre’s New Play Development Program and its ongoing historical research.  This public reminiscence will take place on Sunday, February 2nd, 2020 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Dorothy Stevens Room at the Old Millbrook School, located at 1 Dufferin Street, Millbrook.
Old Millbrook School in the Dorothy Stevens Room
1 Dufferin Street
L0A 1G0

Community Event - Peterborough/Lindsay - 4th Line Theatre community workshop and reading

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 01/20/2020 - 15:31
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4th Line Theatre is pleased to announce a community play workshop and a public reading of The Orchard written by Ian McLachlan and Robert Winslow. On Saturday, February 1st, 4th Line invites community members, who are interested in acting, to participate in a free theatre acting workshop. The day-long workshop begins at 10:00 a.m. and will culminate in a free public reading of the play at 4:00 p.m. 4th Line Theatre presented the world premiere of The Orchard at the Winslow farm in 1999. It is loosely based on Chekhov’s classic play The Cherry Orchard. It’s 1969 and the village of Millbrook finds itself in the throes of land development, communes and free love. The workshop offers community members free training and mentorship under 4th Line’s Managing Artistic Director, Kim Blackwell, and Founder and Creative Director, Robert Winslow. Blackwell will direct the reading and is excited to host this workshop and reading, “This is an exciting event which I look forward to every year,” explains Blackwell.  “It is an opportunity to involve the wonderful and talented regional community in an off-season artistic project.” 4th Line will be casting actors/readers of various ages and genders to participate in the workshop. No previous experience as an actor is needed to participate.
Centreville Presbyterian Church
574 County Road 28 (at the corner of County Road 28 and Zion Line)
South Monaghan, ON

Community Event - Burlington/Oakville - Giants, Dragons & Unicorns!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 01/20/2020 - 14:29
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Where:  Joseph Brant Museum When: February 1 – May 10, 2020 Cost: Free with regular Museum admission Stories of mythical beings have been with us for thousands of years passed down through generations. These legends, which were sometimes inspired by fossils or living animals, continue to inspire us today. Giants, Dragons and Unicorns: The World of Mythic Creatures  (organized by the American Museum of Natural History) traces the natural and cultural roots of some of the world’s most iconic mythic creatures.
Joseph Brant Museum
1240 North Shore Boulevard East
L7S 1C5

Community Event - Kingston - Fighting Climate Change with Sustainable Kingston

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We’re living in times of extreme weather, which can have serious environmental impacts. Ordinary citizens want to know what they can do to combat climate change. One approach, to think globally and act locally, is exemplified by Sustainable Kingston. On February 4, Tess Wittman from Sustainable Kingston will talk about coping with and combatting climate change.  This presentation is this month’s installment in Kingston Frontenac Public Library’s speaker series KFPL Live. Established in 2012, Sustainable Kingston strives to make our city the most sustainable community in Canada.  By sharing knowledge and providing programs that drive community action, this non-profit works to enhance Kingston’s livability and resiliency. It sponsors community initiatives, like Pitch-In Kingston, the Commuter Challenge and the annual Kingston Climate Symposium, and offers workshops on food waste reduction, sustainable diets, recycling, and Building Automation Systems. Through its Green Economy Leader Program and website, Sustainable Kingston helps businesses and organizations achieve their sustainability targets — like reducing their carbon footprint, practising food recovery, and paying a living wage.  Then it connects individuals with those organizations. This event takes place at our Isabel Turner branch on Tuesday, February 4, at 7 p.m. It is open to adults, and there is no admission charge, but seating is limited.  To avoid disappointment, please register in advance at or by phone at (613) 549-8888, any time after 9 a.m. on Saturday, January 25.
Isabel Turner Branch of Kingston Frontenac Public Library
935 Gardiners Road
K7M 9A9

Événement communautaire - Thetford Mines - Deuil Entraide Arc-en-Ciel

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Offre aux personnes endeuillées 12 rencontres-partages aux personnes endeuillées. Début des rencontres les 5 mars 2020 au local 117 de la Maison de la Culture, Thetford Mines à 9 h 00 Pour informations ou inscriptions: Anne Arsenault 418-332-3848 ou Sylvie Leclerc 418-338-8750
Maison de la Culture
5, rue de la Fabrique
Thetford Mines

Public Notices/Announcements - Niagara - Singing Valentines

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February 13th & 14th--A Singing Valentine delivered anywhere in the Niagara Region by an A Cappella Niagara Barbershop Quartet for a nominal fee. Includes love-songs, a red rose and a box of chocolates. Proceeds to Harmonize For Speech and local charities.