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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…

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Orangeville Farmers’ Market

Broadway and Second Ave Orangeville

Dufferin County's largest open-air market located in the heart of Orangeville's beautiful heritage downtown, offering fresh, locally grown fruit and vegetables, locally raised meat, diverse ready-to-eat food offerings, and artisan…

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Creemore Farmers’ Market

Station on the Green 10 Caroline Street East, Creemore

Join us this summer to celebrate our 25th Anniversary season. We provide a friendly, safe space for farmers to bring their produce to market. Our talented bakers provide home-baked goodness. We…

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Bolton Farmers’ Market

The Royal Courtyards 18 King St E, Bolton

The market is back! We will be providing local producer-based, Ontario-grown, farm-fresh fruits, produce and homemade handicrafts.

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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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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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