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Forest Bathing with Sock Gee Gan

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

Discover a practice that brings people closer with nature, and supports healing and wellness through natural environments. Forest therapy is inspired by the Japanese practice of Shinrin-Yoku, which translates to forest bathing. Experience the benefits of slow-paced wandering in nature with a trained forest therapy guide on this guided journey. We will begin with a…

Ancestry Hot Tips with MOD’s Archivist Laura Camilleri

Shelburne Public Library 201 Owen Sound St, Shelburne, Canada

Learn some hot tips to use while conducting your family research on Ancestry from Museum of Dufferin’s Archivist Laura Camilleri! Registration can be found here: https://linktr.ee/shelburnelibrary

Free

Embroidered Tea Towels

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

Discover how to use our Janome Embroidery Machine to decorate a tea towel. Participants will learn how to design and create their tea towel! No previous experience with a Janome Embroidery Machine is necessary. All of the supplies will be provided. Free, registration for this program will open on Aug 1 at 10am.

The Orillia Opera House’s Production of Bed and Breakfast

The Rose Studio II 1 Theatre Ln, Brampton, MT, Canada

"Very smart, very funny play with a big heart and a brain to match." - Vancouver Sun Full of charm and comedic chaos, Mark Crawford's Bed and Breakfast is worth a visit! Unhappy with their careers, frustrated by life in the fast-paced city and unexpectedly inheriting a house in a small Ontario town, couple Brett…

$29
Event Series Puffs

Puffs

Orangeville Town Hall Opera House 87 Broadway, Orangeville, ON

Puffs tells the tale of a certain magical boy in a town somewhere across the pond. For copyright and advertising purposes, we must be clear that this show has nothing to do with that OTHER magical boy - also from somewhere across the pond. Join us for PUFFS - as our Young Company tells this…

Trail Ride for Breast Cancer

Dufferin County Forest 937513 Airport Rd, Mansfield, Ontario, Canada

4th Annual Virtual Trail Ride for Breast Cancer runs Jul 15 until Aug 30, or until the last rider has finished. Virtual means you ride where you want, with who you want and when. If you do not have a horse to ride, we have now opened it to dog walkers, hikers, mountain bikers, anyone…

ਸ਼ੀਸ਼ੇ ‘ਚ ਤਰੇੜ | sheeshe ‘ch thareṛ | a crack in the mirror

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

This exhibition is a survey of multimedia work by artist Simranpreet Anand, who has been deeply influenced by her experiences as a young Punjabi-Sikh Canadian. The exhibition includes works made in collaboration with ethnomusicologist and scholar Conner Singh VanderBeek. Anand’s practice, indebted to familial and cultural community, engages materials and concepts drawn from the histories…

Generations Lost: Healing the Legacy of Residential Schools

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

This exhibition focuses on the Residential School System and its enduring impacts on survivors, their descendants and society as a whole. The Legacy of Hope Foundation (LHF) is a national, Indigenous-led, charitable organization whose goal is to educate and raise awareness about the history and existing intergenerational impacts of the Residential School System (RSS) and…

Iron Willed: Women in STEM

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

Do women and girls, as well as their parents, educators and employers, see themselves equitably represented in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields? Women have made significant contributions to STEM – and continue to do so – but their stories are often untold. Why is that? This travelling exhibition shares some of these stories…