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In Her Garden: Amanda McCavour and Jannick Deslauriers

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

In Her Garden: Amanda McCavour and Jannick Deslauriers is a two-in-one exhibition of immersive art installations. One is a botanical garden and the other, a dystopian world. Merging biblical events…

Orangeville Community Band – Beginner Band – Ages 9 to 99

New Hope Community Church 690 Riddell Rd, Orangeville

Would you like to learn how to play a musical instrument? Come join the Orangeville Community Band's Beginner Band! You'll get weekly instruction on how to read music and play the instrument of your choice. You'll also have opportunities to perform with the OCB. Have some fun and learn a new skill. $75; $50 for…

CPL Makers: Design Software for Cricut and Glowforge

Caledon Public Library - Margaret Dunn Valleywood Branch 20 Snelcrest Dr, Caledon

Get closer to making your creative visions a reality by levelling up your maker software skills. If you've wondered about welds vs. groups, engraves vs. scores, or just want to…

How to Teach Your Kids About Money with Christine Whalen, CPA

Shelburne Public Library 201 Owen Sound St, Shelburne, Canada

Learn the about the challenges and strategies required to raise financially independent kids from Christine Whalen, CPA. Please note this presentation is best for adults.

Free

Terror-ariums

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

Come check out our terrariums with a spooky twist! We've made terrariums before, but this time we are making one just for Halloween - a terror-arium!

Free

Nadya Kwandibens: The Red Chair Sessions

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

Exhibition organized by The Muse - Douglas Family Art Centre, Kenora, Ontario. The Red Chair Sessions is an ongoing open-call portraiture series that places importance on the acknowledgement and reclamation…

Paradise Lost: Dillon Douglas and Chris Louis

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

Niagara-region artists Dillon Douglas and Chris Louis combine their painterly imagery in Paradise Lost, a tryptic digital composition (across three outdoor banners) where a healthy, verdant planet Earth turns into…