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Into the Arctic Exhibition, Science North

Science North 100 Ramsey Lake Rd P3E 5S9, Sudbury

The homecoming finale of late Caledon artist and filmmaker Cory Trépanier’s 13-venue, three-year North American exhibition tour includes 50 paintings and three films depicting the grandeur and fragility of the…

Osmo Tech Time!

Caledon Public Library - Southfields Village 225 Dougall Ave, Caledon

Stop by the Southfields Village branch on your PA Day and test out some of our new Osmo games in the Learning Lounge! Osmo promotes skills like math, literacy, coding…

Orangeville Blood Donor Clinic

Orangeville Best Western Plus Inn & Suites 7 Buena Vista Dr, Orangeville

The need for blood goes on. Check out the updated criteria and enhanced measures for physical distancing on blood.ca and book your appointment.

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Rural Lights & Winter Nights

Clearview Township

This is a self-guided tour of over 20 dazzling light displays at 14 unique locations in Clearview Township. Bundle up with your family or friends, and be mesmerized by large…

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Free Pipe and Drum Music Lessons

Sandhill Pipes and Drums Practice Hall 13899 Airport Rd., Caledon

Have you ever wanted to learn how to play the bagpipes or the snare drum used in pipe bands? Here is your chance to give it a try. Lessons provided…

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Explorer’s Bible Study

Brampton Christian School 12480 Hutchinson Farm Lane, Caledon

Since our EBS class was established in May 2020, we have completed several Bible studies. These include James, Matthew and Ecclesiastes. Our current study, the Prophets of Israel, explores 17…

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