Community Messages

Wednesday, December 1
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

All day

Need to talk? Give us a call.

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Need to talk? Give Distress Centre Halton a call. We are here to listen 905-849-4541

Thursday, December 2
All day

Need to talk? Give us a call.

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Need to talk? Give Distress Centre Halton a call. We are here to listen 905-849-4541

All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Friday, December 3
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

All day

Need to talk? Give us a call.

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Need to talk? Give Distress Centre Halton a call. We are here to listen 905-849-4541

04:00 PM

Kerr Village BIA 27th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting & Holiday Market

04:00 PM — 09:30 PM

Kerr Village has been having a Christmas Tree Lighting for 27 years! It has expanded and grown throughout the years. This years event will take place in Westwood Park on Friday Dec 3rd and Saturday December 4th. Two years ago the Kerr Village BIA had a tree planted at the front of the park along Kerr Street. Drop by to enjoy the Holiday Pop Up Market and the live musical entertainment that will take place on both days. Saturday afternoon will feature a visit by Santa and Mrs. Claus, the elves, various characters, Christmas music and the tree lighting ceremony at 4:45pm. Enjoy the Holiday Fest in Kerr Village!

Location/Venue Name
Westwood Park

  • 173 Kerr Street , Oakville, L6K 3B2
05:00 PM

Victorian Christmas Tour & Treats

05:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Join us for a festive holiday tour at Ireland House Museum! The evening begins with a toast to the season at the Oakridge Interpretive Centre. Step back in time with a costumed guide who will take you on a tour of the historic Ireland House. Sample house-baked traditional treats along the way, such as shortbread, ginger cake and figgy pudding. Following your 45 minute tour, keep warm around the outdoor open fire, sip some wassail and roast a few chestnuts. We’ll be sending you home with a box of sweet treats! Please note, this is a 19 years + event. Please dress for the weather. Bookings are available on December 3rd or 4th, every 15 minutes from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm (last booking is at 9:00 pm), for a maximum of 6 people per time slot. The total experience is approximately 1 hour in length. Tickets are $28/person (Museum members receive 10% off).

Location/Venue Name
Ireland House Museum

  • 2168 Guelph Line, Burlington, L7P 5A8
Saturday, December 4
All day

Need to talk? Give us a call.

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Need to talk? Give Distress Centre Halton a call. We are here to listen 905-849-4541

All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

10:00 AM

Special Exhibition | Cipher Decipher

10:00 AM — 03:30 PM

Cipher | Decipher is an interactive exhibition developed by Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation, in partnership with the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). Providing visitors with a rare and exciting opportunity to view an authentic Second World War Enigma cipher machine, Cipher|Decipher breaks down communications encryption: what it is, how it works, and how it affects our lives. The 500-square-foot exhibition showcases a wide range of historic communications encryption artifacts on loan from the CSE, and contains both hands-on and digital experiences, as well as custom illustrations that visually demonstrate key processes in cybersecurity, and making and breaking ciphers. Visitors will be able to scramble their own messages using a cipher wheel, see how an Enigma cipher machine works, and tackle puzzles to learn if they have what it takes to work in the field of cryptology. Also on view is a complementary mini-exhibition, Floriography: The Language of Flowers. Beyond their beauty, flowers can share deep and symbolic meaning. Sending flowers to a special someone can allow us to confide our true feelings or let a loved one know that we're thinking of them This meaning is taken a step further through what's known as "floriography", the Victorian era art of combining flowers to send coded messages - a language based entirely on flowers. Using images taken from the Museums of Burlington's collections and floriographies on loan from the Royal Botanical Gardens, visitors will uncover the subtle art of floriography and can even try their luck at decoding a bouquet mural for the chance to win a prize. The exhibition runs from October 15, 2021 to January 8, 2022. Museum hours of operation are Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 3:30pm. In accordance with COVID-19 protocols, the Museums of Burlington has procedures in place to allow the public to safely enjoy the galleries and exhibitions currently on view. Visitors to the Museum are asked to pre-pay admission online for a designated entry time. Entry times are available on the 1/2 hour. Walk-in visitors will be accommodated space permitting. 

Location/Venue Name
Joseph Brant Museum

  • 1240 North Shore Blvd E, Burlington, L7S 1C5
12:00 PM

Kerr Village BIA 27th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting & Holiday Market

12:00 PM — 09:30 PM

Kerr Village has been having a Christmas Tree Lighting for 27 years! It has expanded and grown throughout the years. This years event will take place in Westwood Park on Friday Dec 3rd and Saturday December 4th. Two years ago the Kerr Village BIA had a tree planted at the front of the park along Kerr Street. Drop by to enjoy the Holiday Pop Up Market and the live musical entertainment that will take place on both days. Saturday afternoon will feature a visit by Santa and Mrs. Claus, the elves, various characters, Christmas music and the tree lighting ceremony at 4:45pm. Enjoy the Holiday Fest in Kerr Village!

Location/Venue Name
Westwood Park

  • 173 Kerr Street , Oakville, L6K 3B2
05:00 PM

Victorian Christmas Tour & Treats

Saturday, December 4 to Sunday, December 5
05:00 PM — 09:00 AM

Join us for a festive holiday tour at Ireland House Museum! The evening begins with a toast to the season at the Oakridge Interpretive Centre. Step back in time with a costumed guide who will take you on a tour of the historic Ireland House. Sample house-baked traditional treats along the way, such as shortbread, ginger cake and figgy pudding. Following your 45 minute tour, keep warm around the outdoor open fire, sip some wassail and roast a few chestnuts. We’ll be sending you home with a box of sweet treats! Please note, this is a 19 years + event. Please dress for the weather. Bookings are available on December 3rd or 4th, every 15 minutes from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm (last booking is at 9:00 pm), for a maximum of 6 people per time slot. The total experience is approximately 1 hour in length. Tickets are $28/person (Museum members receive 10% off).

Location/Venue Name
Ireland House Museum

  • 2168 Guelph Line, Burlington, L7P 5A8
Sunday, December 5
All day

Need to talk? Give us a call.

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Need to talk? Give Distress Centre Halton a call. We are here to listen 905-849-4541

All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Monday, December 6
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

All day

Need to talk? Give us a call.

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Need to talk? Give Distress Centre Halton a call. We are here to listen 905-849-4541

10:00 AM

The Salvation Army 2021 Burlington Christmas Kettle Campaign

10:00 AM — 08:00 PM

The Salvation Army 2021 Burlington Christmas Kettle Campaign is now taking place and we are asking for volunteers to stand at one of our Burlington Kettle locations (two-hour shifts). The Christmas Kettle Campaign is one of The Salvation Army’s largest fundraising events of the year. Funds raised help transform the lives of vulnerable Canadians and help them find a way out of poverty and life's challenges. We have kettles set up in many Burlington locations. If you would like to sign up to be a kettle volunteer, please contact our Kettle Team at 289-775-4715 or email heather.crossing@salvationarmy.ca and we will get you started. 

Location/Venue Name
The Salvation Army

  • 5040 Mainway, Unit 9, Burlington , L7L 7G5
Tuesday, December 7
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

All day

Need to talk? Give us a call.

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Need to talk? Give Distress Centre Halton a call. We are here to listen 905-849-4541

Wednesday, December 8
All day

Need to talk? Give us a call.

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Need to talk? Give Distress Centre Halton a call. We are here to listen 905-849-4541

All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Thursday, December 9
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

10:00 AM

Special Exhibition | Cipher Decipher

10:00 AM — 03:30 PM

Cipher | Decipher is an interactive exhibition developed by Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation, in partnership with the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). Providing visitors with a rare and exciting opportunity to view an authentic Second World War Enigma cipher machine, Cipher|Decipher breaks down communications encryption: what it is, how it works, and how it affects our lives. The 500-square-foot exhibition showcases a wide range of historic communications encryption artifacts on loan from the CSE, and contains both hands-on and digital experiences, as well as custom illustrations that visually demonstrate key processes in cybersecurity, and making and breaking ciphers. Visitors will be able to scramble their own messages using a cipher wheel, see how an Enigma cipher machine works, and tackle puzzles to learn if they have what it takes to work in the field of cryptology. Also on view is a complementary mini-exhibition, Floriography: The Language of Flowers. Beyond their beauty, flowers can share deep and symbolic meaning. Sending flowers to a special someone can allow us to confide our true feelings or let a loved one know that we're thinking of them This meaning is taken a step further through what's known as "floriography", the Victorian era art of combining flowers to send coded messages - a language based entirely on flowers. Using images taken from the Museums of Burlington's collections and floriographies on loan from the Royal Botanical Gardens, visitors will uncover the subtle art of floriography and can even try their luck at decoding a bouquet mural for the chance to win a prize. The exhibition runs from October 15, 2021 to January 8, 2022. Museum hours of operation are Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 3:30pm. In accordance with COVID-19 protocols, the Museums of Burlington has procedures in place to allow the public to safely enjoy the galleries and exhibitions currently on view. Visitors to the Museum are asked to pre-pay admission online for a designated entry time. Entry times are available on the 1/2 hour. Walk-in visitors will be accommodated space permitting. 

Location/Venue Name
Joseph Brant Museum

  • 1240 North Shore Blvd E, Burlington, L7S 1C5
Friday, December 10
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Saturday, December 11
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Sunday, December 12
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

10:00 AM

The Salvation Army 2021 Burlington Christmas Kettle Campaign

10:00 AM — 08:00 PM

The Salvation Army 2021 Burlington Christmas Kettle Campaign is now taking place and we are asking for volunteers to stand at one of our Burlington Kettle locations (two-hour shifts). The Christmas Kettle Campaign is one of The Salvation Army’s largest fundraising events of the year. Funds raised help transform the lives of vulnerable Canadians and help them find a way out of poverty and life's challenges. We have kettles set up in many Burlington locations. If you would like to sign up to be a kettle volunteer, please contact our Kettle Team at 289-775-4715 or email heather.crossing@salvationarmy.ca and we will get you started. 

Location/Venue Name
The Salvation Army

  • 5040 Mainway, Unit 9, Burlington , L7L 7G5
02:00 PM

Christmas Concert - Canadian Orpheus Male Choir

02:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Let's celebrate! The Canadian Orpheus Male Choir will sing 8 favourite Christmas carols and the Steel City Rovers will perform lively Celtic songs.  COVID protocols will be in effect including masks, proof of double vaccination, photo ID and a record of attendees for Contact Tracing. Within the church, physical distancing is optional. The concert will run for about 1 1/2 hours with no intermission.  No charge for admission but Freewill Donations are welcome. Doors open at 1:30! Come early to avoid a line at the door. Concert starts at 2 p.m.

Location/Venue Name
Port Nelson United Church

  • 3132 South Drive, Burlington, L7N 1H7
Monday, December 13
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Tuesday, December 14
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

10:00 AM

Special Exhibition | Cipher Decipher

10:00 AM — 03:30 PM

Cipher | Decipher is an interactive exhibition developed by Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation, in partnership with the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). Providing visitors with a rare and exciting opportunity to view an authentic Second World War Enigma cipher machine, Cipher|Decipher breaks down communications encryption: what it is, how it works, and how it affects our lives. The 500-square-foot exhibition showcases a wide range of historic communications encryption artifacts on loan from the CSE, and contains both hands-on and digital experiences, as well as custom illustrations that visually demonstrate key processes in cybersecurity, and making and breaking ciphers. Visitors will be able to scramble their own messages using a cipher wheel, see how an Enigma cipher machine works, and tackle puzzles to learn if they have what it takes to work in the field of cryptology. Also on view is a complementary mini-exhibition, Floriography: The Language of Flowers. Beyond their beauty, flowers can share deep and symbolic meaning. Sending flowers to a special someone can allow us to confide our true feelings or let a loved one know that we're thinking of them This meaning is taken a step further through what's known as "floriography", the Victorian era art of combining flowers to send coded messages - a language based entirely on flowers. Using images taken from the Museums of Burlington's collections and floriographies on loan from the Royal Botanical Gardens, visitors will uncover the subtle art of floriography and can even try their luck at decoding a bouquet mural for the chance to win a prize. The exhibition runs from October 15, 2021 to January 8, 2022. Museum hours of operation are Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 3:30pm. In accordance with COVID-19 protocols, the Museums of Burlington has procedures in place to allow the public to safely enjoy the galleries and exhibitions currently on view. Visitors to the Museum are asked to pre-pay admission online for a designated entry time. Entry times are available on the 1/2 hour. Walk-in visitors will be accommodated space permitting. 

Location/Venue Name
Joseph Brant Museum

  • 1240 North Shore Blvd E, Burlington, L7S 1C5
Wednesday, December 15
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Thursday, December 16
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Friday, December 17
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Saturday, December 18
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

10:00 AM

The Salvation Army 2021 Burlington Christmas Kettle Campaign

10:00 AM — 08:00 PM

The Salvation Army 2021 Burlington Christmas Kettle Campaign is now taking place and we are asking for volunteers to stand at one of our Burlington Kettle locations (two-hour shifts). The Christmas Kettle Campaign is one of The Salvation Army’s largest fundraising events of the year. Funds raised help transform the lives of vulnerable Canadians and help them find a way out of poverty and life's challenges. We have kettles set up in many Burlington locations. If you would like to sign up to be a kettle volunteer, please contact our Kettle Team at 289-775-4715 or email heather.crossing@salvationarmy.ca and we will get you started. 

Location/Venue Name
The Salvation Army

  • 5040 Mainway, Unit 9, Burlington , L7L 7G5
Sunday, December 19
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

10:00 AM

Special Exhibition | Cipher Decipher

10:00 AM — 03:30 PM

Cipher | Decipher is an interactive exhibition developed by Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation, in partnership with the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). Providing visitors with a rare and exciting opportunity to view an authentic Second World War Enigma cipher machine, Cipher|Decipher breaks down communications encryption: what it is, how it works, and how it affects our lives. The 500-square-foot exhibition showcases a wide range of historic communications encryption artifacts on loan from the CSE, and contains both hands-on and digital experiences, as well as custom illustrations that visually demonstrate key processes in cybersecurity, and making and breaking ciphers. Visitors will be able to scramble their own messages using a cipher wheel, see how an Enigma cipher machine works, and tackle puzzles to learn if they have what it takes to work in the field of cryptology. Also on view is a complementary mini-exhibition, Floriography: The Language of Flowers. Beyond their beauty, flowers can share deep and symbolic meaning. Sending flowers to a special someone can allow us to confide our true feelings or let a loved one know that we're thinking of them This meaning is taken a step further through what's known as "floriography", the Victorian era art of combining flowers to send coded messages - a language based entirely on flowers. Using images taken from the Museums of Burlington's collections and floriographies on loan from the Royal Botanical Gardens, visitors will uncover the subtle art of floriography and can even try their luck at decoding a bouquet mural for the chance to win a prize. The exhibition runs from October 15, 2021 to January 8, 2022. Museum hours of operation are Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 3:30pm. In accordance with COVID-19 protocols, the Museums of Burlington has procedures in place to allow the public to safely enjoy the galleries and exhibitions currently on view. Visitors to the Museum are asked to pre-pay admission online for a designated entry time. Entry times are available on the 1/2 hour. Walk-in visitors will be accommodated space permitting. 

Location/Venue Name
Joseph Brant Museum

  • 1240 North Shore Blvd E, Burlington, L7S 1C5
Monday, December 20
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Tuesday, December 21
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Wednesday, December 22
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Thursday, December 23
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Friday, December 24
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

10:00 AM

Special Exhibition | Cipher Decipher

10:00 AM — 03:30 PM

Cipher | Decipher is an interactive exhibition developed by Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation, in partnership with the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). Providing visitors with a rare and exciting opportunity to view an authentic Second World War Enigma cipher machine, Cipher|Decipher breaks down communications encryption: what it is, how it works, and how it affects our lives. The 500-square-foot exhibition showcases a wide range of historic communications encryption artifacts on loan from the CSE, and contains both hands-on and digital experiences, as well as custom illustrations that visually demonstrate key processes in cybersecurity, and making and breaking ciphers. Visitors will be able to scramble their own messages using a cipher wheel, see how an Enigma cipher machine works, and tackle puzzles to learn if they have what it takes to work in the field of cryptology. Also on view is a complementary mini-exhibition, Floriography: The Language of Flowers. Beyond their beauty, flowers can share deep and symbolic meaning. Sending flowers to a special someone can allow us to confide our true feelings or let a loved one know that we're thinking of them This meaning is taken a step further through what's known as "floriography", the Victorian era art of combining flowers to send coded messages - a language based entirely on flowers. Using images taken from the Museums of Burlington's collections and floriographies on loan from the Royal Botanical Gardens, visitors will uncover the subtle art of floriography and can even try their luck at decoding a bouquet mural for the chance to win a prize. The exhibition runs from October 15, 2021 to January 8, 2022. Museum hours of operation are Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 3:30pm. In accordance with COVID-19 protocols, the Museums of Burlington has procedures in place to allow the public to safely enjoy the galleries and exhibitions currently on view. Visitors to the Museum are asked to pre-pay admission online for a designated entry time. Entry times are available on the 1/2 hour. Walk-in visitors will be accommodated space permitting. 

Location/Venue Name
Joseph Brant Museum

  • 1240 North Shore Blvd E, Burlington, L7S 1C5
10:00 AM

The Salvation Army 2021 Burlington Christmas Kettle Campaign

10:00 AM — 08:00 PM

The Salvation Army 2021 Burlington Christmas Kettle Campaign is now taking place and we are asking for volunteers to stand at one of our Burlington Kettle locations (two-hour shifts). The Christmas Kettle Campaign is one of The Salvation Army’s largest fundraising events of the year. Funds raised help transform the lives of vulnerable Canadians and help them find a way out of poverty and life's challenges. We have kettles set up in many Burlington locations. If you would like to sign up to be a kettle volunteer, please contact our Kettle Team at 289-775-4715 or email heather.crossing@salvationarmy.ca and we will get you started. 

Location/Venue Name
The Salvation Army

  • 5040 Mainway, Unit 9, Burlington , L7L 7G5
Saturday, December 25
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Sunday, December 26
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Monday, December 27
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Tuesday, December 28
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Wednesday, December 29
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

10:00 AM

Special Exhibition | Cipher Decipher

10:00 AM — 03:30 PM

Cipher | Decipher is an interactive exhibition developed by Ingenium – Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation, in partnership with the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). Providing visitors with a rare and exciting opportunity to view an authentic Second World War Enigma cipher machine, Cipher|Decipher breaks down communications encryption: what it is, how it works, and how it affects our lives. The 500-square-foot exhibition showcases a wide range of historic communications encryption artifacts on loan from the CSE, and contains both hands-on and digital experiences, as well as custom illustrations that visually demonstrate key processes in cybersecurity, and making and breaking ciphers. Visitors will be able to scramble their own messages using a cipher wheel, see how an Enigma cipher machine works, and tackle puzzles to learn if they have what it takes to work in the field of cryptology. Also on view is a complementary mini-exhibition, Floriography: The Language of Flowers. Beyond their beauty, flowers can share deep and symbolic meaning. Sending flowers to a special someone can allow us to confide our true feelings or let a loved one know that we're thinking of them This meaning is taken a step further through what's known as "floriography", the Victorian era art of combining flowers to send coded messages - a language based entirely on flowers. Using images taken from the Museums of Burlington's collections and floriographies on loan from the Royal Botanical Gardens, visitors will uncover the subtle art of floriography and can even try their luck at decoding a bouquet mural for the chance to win a prize. The exhibition runs from October 15, 2021 to January 8, 2022. Museum hours of operation are Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 3:30pm. In accordance with COVID-19 protocols, the Museums of Burlington has procedures in place to allow the public to safely enjoy the galleries and exhibitions currently on view. Visitors to the Museum are asked to pre-pay admission online for a designated entry time. Entry times are available on the 1/2 hour. Walk-in visitors will be accommodated space permitting. 

Location/Venue Name
Joseph Brant Museum

  • 1240 North Shore Blvd E, Burlington, L7S 1C5
Thursday, December 30
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca

Friday, December 31
All day

Message from Alcohol Anonymous..

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

If alcohol is causing problems in your life, contact AA, We're Alcoholics helping other alcoholics get sober.  Serving Burlington-Oakville-and surrounding area http://www.d19area86.ca