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2021 Annual Church and Charity Law™ Webinar

Orangeville

Special speakers include Tony Manconi, director general of the Charities Directorate, Canada Revenue Agency; Kenneth Goodman, public guardian & trustee at the Attorney General's Office; as well as Ken Hall,…

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PAMA Outdoor Exhibit – Katherine Takpannie: One

The figure is Inuk artist-photographer Katherine Takpannie and she is on unceded, unsurrendered Territory of the Anishinabe Algonquin Nation. The blank winter landscape which envelopes her is reminiscent of her…

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The Sisters Touch of Christmas

St. Kosmas Aitolos Greek Orthodox Monastery 14155 Caledon King Townline S, Bolton

An exclusive seasonal Christmas store, featuring one-of-a-kind, hand-painted ornaments by "The Sisters." In addition to a festive gourmet bakery, the store is adorned with beautiful wreaths, garlands, illuminated decor, seasonal…

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Story Time – Ages 3 to 5

Grand Valley Public Library 4 Amaranth St. E., Grand Valley

This program is designed to promote a love of books and reading. A small takeaway craft each day helps develop the child's fine motor skills.

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Amy Shackleton: Playing with Fire & Ice

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur

Inspired by her travels Amy Shackleton’s work explores the conflicting relationships between humanity and the environment. She blends cities with nature to depict our uncertain future – be it utopian…

$5

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