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We Are Hockey

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

Ice hockey is an icon of Canadian culture, yet the game has traditionally been represented by white players. We Are Hockey is centred around the experiences of people of colour to provide them visibility and legitimacy, and highlights the historic and persistent racial inequalities in how the game has been presented. Challenging our traditional ideas…

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Artful Giving

Alton Mill Arts Centre 1402 Queen St, Alton

If you're looking for local, handmade, beautifully crafted gifts to give to that special someone this holiday season, this is your place to come and shop.

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Rosemary Molesworth: From There to Here

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

An instructional, educational overview of Rosemary Molesworth’s journey with clay. Clay is magic. You can roll, pinch, throw and coil clay into almost any imaginable shape. Rosemary Molesworth spent over 40 years experimenting with ways to form clay as well as different ways to fire it. Wood, gas, electric, coal, even banana peels are a…

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Holiday Treasures

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

Makers, artists and craftspersons, working in several mediums, are included in this juried sale, showcasing 60 vendors in the Main Gallery of the museum. Sponsored by In The Hills.

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Architecture in Harmony with Nature – Martin Rajniš

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

Featuring a selection of projects from award-winning Czech architect Martin Rajniš alongside historic images from the Museum of Dufferin’s Archival Collection, this exhibition will explore how modern architecture and traditional construction materials can work together to be in harmony with nature. Professor Martin Rajniš has won numerous awards for his innovative and unique approach to…

Caledon Seniors’ Centre Special Lunch

Caledon Seniors' Centre 7 Rotarian Way, Bolton

Take-out or sit-in. Menu is fish and chips with peas and custard, lemon meringue pie for dessert. Pick-up time is 11:30am-noon. Sit-In is served at noon. Proof of vaccination required or a negative rapid antigen test. 10; local delivery $2; call by Dec 5 at 3:30pm to place your order.  

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The Last Christmas Turkey

Orangeville Town Hall Opera House 87 Broadway, Orangeville, ON

BOOK BY DAN NEEDLES MUSIC BY CLIVE VANDERBURGH Nancy and her younger brother Braden take in an abandoned turkey, only to find it was supposed to be the guest of honour at the local church Christmas supper. With the help of Spartacus the owl, Petunia the skunk and a cat named Cleopatra, the two set…

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Christmas in the Park

Kay Cee Gardens 29 Bythia St., Orangeville

The Optimist Club of Orangeville is celebrating their 30th anniversary of Christmas in The Park. Opening Night: Fri. Dec 2. Gates open at 6:30pm, countdown for lights at 7:30pm. Entertainment, hot chocolate and lots of festive cheer! The event is then on through til Dec 31, 5:30-10:pm.

World Cup Trivia

Caledon Public Library - Albion Bolton Branch 150 Queen Street S, Bolton

Are you loving the FIFA World Cup? Do you fancy yourself a soccer expert? Well then, come to the library and test your knowledge of soccer trivia. We encourage you to wear your favourite player’s jersey. You’re welcome to work as a team and there will be a prize awarded to the winning team! All…

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