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Conservation Youth Corps (CYC) – Ages 14 to 18

Orangeville

Credit Valley Conservation's Conservation Youth Corps (CYC) program provides a fun five-day outdoor environmental program. Participants tackle environmental stewardship projects at different sites in their community, our conservation areas and across the watershed. What: Youth will help with hands-on stewardship projects led by CVC staff. Typically CYC volunteers work on a different project each day.…

Recurring

Music, Market and Park It

Station Park Gazebo in Stayner Huron Street, Stayner

The return of the Music, Market and Park It in downtown Stayner! Shop and support your favourite farmers, producers and food vendors, plus wineries, cideries, breweries and craft distilleries! There…

Recurring

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…

Free
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Musical Theatre Intensive – Theatre Orangeville (Grade 7-12)

Nancy & Doc Gillies Rehearsal Hall 065371 Dufferin County Road 3, Orangeville

Dive into musical theatre with the Theatre Orangeville Team. This program focuses on foundational musical theatre techniques through the trickiest moment of any show: transitioning from scene to song (to…

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A View from Here

Alton Mill Arts Centre 1402 Queen St, Alton

What captures your attention? What do you see? Even when we look in the same direction we all view it differently. This new members' show will capture what artists see…

Free
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Regalia: Indigenous Pride

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

PAMA exhibition by Roland Lorente and Aline Saffore Powwow dancers honour Mother Earth, their ancestors, and their communities. Regalia's vibrant photographs show the beauty of powwow dance outfits alongside personal…

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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…

A Day at the Beach Story Time

Caledon Public Library - Alton Branch 35 Station St, Alton

What better way to enjoy the summer than with a story time all about the beach! Bring your own beach towel and join us outside to enjoy songs, stories and…

Free
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Summer Staycation: Be a Detective – Ages 6 to 12

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

Calling all detectives! Join us on Thursdays this summer to uncover hidden secrets. Explore the art gallery, courthouse and create your own art. Get ready to discover your inner museum…

Free

Rainbow BBQ

Knox United Church Caledon Village 2976 Charleston Sideroad, Caledon Village

Join us for games, temporary rainbow tattoos, food, drinks and Pride information. Halal, vegetarian and gluten-free options available. All are welcome! Please park on the side street if possible.

$4

Cricut 101: Drink Koozie

Caledon Public Library - Southfields Village 225 Dougall Ave, Caledon

Discover how to use a Cricut to create a drink koozie. Participants will learn how to design in Cricut Design Space, a free downloadable software; cut heat-transfer vinyl using the…

Free

Pride Book Club

Orangeville

This Pride Book Club is a collaboration between Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga public libraries. It is a great way to meet readers from all three communities and talk about books…

Free

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