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June is Recreation Month

City of Brampton Recreation 2 Wellington St W, Brampton

Get up, get out and get active in June! Explore a variety of programs and free events.

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Nature Invaders Scavenger Hunt

Join urban and rural homeowners from across the Credit River Watershed in an interactive invasive species scavenger hunt. Discover whether you have invasive species on your property using a fun…

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Sedna: Inuit Goddess of the Sea

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) 9 Wellington St E, Brampton

The sculpture atrium at PAMA includes work by Inuit carvers. These works were assembled to represent the legend of Sedna, the Inuit Sea Goddess. Sedna is an important figure who…

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The Works of Steven Volpe

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur

Born in Mississauga, Ontario, Steven Volpe’s journey to becoming a full-time artist included some important stops along the way—degrees in both fine arts and education, a teaching stint, and employment…

SeniorTech: Our Favourite Websites for Seniors

Caledon Public Library - Southfields Village 225 Dougall Ave, Caledon

It's no surprise that your CPL librarians have lots of suggestions when it comes to finding great content on the Internet. Join us for a tour of our favourite websites…

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Explorers’ Bible Study

Online 12 Constance Street, London

All are welcome to join us online for our Summer study of Ephesians. We have discussion groups available in the morning or evening for women and in the evening for…

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