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Recurring Event Regalia: Indigenous Pride

Regalia: Indigenous Pride

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

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…

Recurring Event Peter Powning: A Retrospective

Peter Powning: A Retrospective

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

This retrospective exhibition will survey the practice and work of Canadian sculptor and fine craft artist Peter Powning from his early production pottery through a remarkable 50-year career trajectory that…

Hearing Care Counselling – Ages 55+

Join us for a virtual presentation by Canadian Hearing Services (CHS). This program is geared to older adults who are struggling with hearing loss and interested in learning about free…

Free

Orangeville and District Horticultural Society Meeting

Orangeville Seniors' Centre 26 Bythia St, Orangeville, MT

Please welcome Sean James who'll be speaking on Fighting the Triffids. Learn how to avoid planting aggressive and invasive plants. There is a flower show tonight as well. Masks are…

Brampton Ontario Speed Skating Open House

Century Gardens Recreation Centre 340 Vodden St E, Brampton

We will provide skate rental and complimentary cut-proof socks. Please bring cut-proof or leather gloves, hockey-style helmet, neck guard and shin guards. RSVP and waiver required. Peel and Caledon skaters…

Free

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