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Caledon Chamber Concerts Presents Trio Domika

St. James Anglican Church, Caledon East 6025 Old Church Rd, Caledon East, Ontario

Elizabeth Dolan – cello, Meagan Milatz – piano and Laurence Kayaleh – violin are friends and world-class musicians, each with a successful professional music career. They have gotten together to form this trio and will be touring Southern Ontario, including Caledon East. The concert will include J. Suk’s Piano Trio, L. Janacek’s Pohadka for cello…

A Special Sunday at the Chateau

Windrush Estate Winery 3100 Concession Road 3 Adjala, RR 1, Palgrave

An intimate afternoon with two outstanding creators of our time: the tale of two architects who crossed two oceans and three continents in search of the holy grail of architecture, only to find their true calling in the middle of the woods in lovely Township of Mulmur. FOUR LIVES: Czech, Canadian immigrants, Chinese, Canadian citizens…

Caledon Chamber Concerts Presents …. Mirror Visions Ensemble (MVE)

St. James Anglican Church, Caledon East 6025 Old Church Rd, Caledon East, Ontario

MVE is a vocal ensemble (soprano, tenor and baritone) with piano accompaniment. Although MVE is based in the U.S., two of the members (soprano Mireille Asselin and pianist Grant Wenaus) have Canadian roots. Tenor Scott Murphree and baritone Mischa Bouvier complete the ensemble. In a program called Journeys, MVE sings its way to far-flung destinations,…

Family Day at the Museum of Dufferin

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

Kids' crafts, scavenger hunt, museum tours and snacks. Free, register for a spot at the craft table on

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