Community Messages

Monday, October 21
09:00 AM

Hand-Knits, Baby Items and More

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Visit our Boutique sale of baby and toddler knitted clothes, plush toys, baby quilts and blankets, adult accessories, and household items.  Everything made by hand. Held at Burlington Seniors' Centre, New St. Oct. 21-24, 9am-1pm daily.

Location/Venue Name
Burlington Senior's Centre

  • 2285 New Street, Burlington, L7R 1J4
Tuesday, October 22
09:00 AM

Hand-Knits, Baby Items and More

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Visit our Boutique sale of baby and toddler knitted clothes, plush toys, baby quilts and blankets, adult accessories, and household items.  Everything made by hand. Held at Burlington Seniors' Centre, New St. Oct. 21-24, 9am-1pm daily.

Location/Venue Name
Burlington Senior's Centre

  • 2285 New Street, Burlington, L7R 1J4
Wednesday, October 23
07:30 AM

Good Morning Oakville presented by Intelligent Office Oakville

07:30 AM — 12:00 PM

A structured networking event to kick-off your day! Good Morning Oakville provides the perfect forum for members to meet, exchange ideas and make important connections.    Wednesday, October 23 7:30am to 9:30am   Glen Abbey Golf Club 1333 Dorval Drive   Pre-registration required. Register early to avoid disappointment. Member: $22 Non-Member: $35 Breakfast is included.   Event r   Pitch from the Podium.  Exclusive to Chamber Members: Register to "pitch" your business and showcase your brand. This portion also streams live to the Oakville Chamber's Facebook page. Learn more on the event page.   Agenda: 7:30am to 8:00am - Registration, networking and breakfast 8:00am to 9:30am - Event
  • Welcome and Introductions (all attendees have the opportunity to briefly introduce themselves)
  • Pitch from the Podium Speakers
  • Networking
  • Draw for Prizes

Location/Venue Name
Glen Abbey Golf Club

  • 1333 Dorval Drive, Oakville, L6M 3Z4
09:00 AM

Hand-Knits, Baby Items and More

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Visit our Boutique sale of baby and toddler knitted clothes, plush toys, baby quilts and blankets, adult accessories, and household items.  Everything made by hand. Held at Burlington Seniors' Centre, New St. Oct. 21-24, 9am-1pm daily.

Location/Venue Name
Burlington Senior's Centre

  • 2285 New Street, Burlington, L7R 1J4
03:00 PM

Living the Change - BurlingtonGreen's Eco-Film Festival Continues!

03:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Your chance to see a great film AND tour a TINY HOME! On Wednesday, October 23rd, BurlingtonGreen is proud to present the fourth of our Eco-Film Festival documentary series - Living the Change. Living the Change is a feature-length documentary that explores solutions to the global crises we face today – solutions any one of us can be part of – through the inspiring stories of people pioneering change in their own lives and in their communities in order to live in a sustainable and regenerative way. Watch the trailer here. We are also very pleased to bring you a real life tiny home from True North Tiny Homes owner & builder, Daniel Ott. The home will be parked in the south parking lot at Burlington Central Library from 3pm - 6pm for visitors to come and tour the home. We'll take a break to watch "Living the Change", before we welcome Daniel to talk to the audience about his journey designing and selling this alternative way of living. There are many ways that we can adapt to changing climate - not sure where to start? We hope to provide options and opportunities for all residents of Burlington to feel like they are making a positive impact in our community. Join us to learn more! Admission is FREE - a perfect opportunity to bring a friend or family member! Presented with the Burlington Public Library, sponsored by Nuvo Network & Cogeco each event includes a film presentation, a free eco-prize raffle, complimentary vegan refreshments provided by Nature's Emporium and an audience discussion on how global issues can be tackled locally. All films are shown at Central Library (2331 New Street, Burlington) Doors open at 6:00 pm with the film presentation beginning at 6:30 pm. Help us create a GREEN event: We invite guests to walk, bike, carpool, or use public transit when possible. Bring a reusable mug for complimentary refreshments. RSVP here!

Location/Venue Name
Burlington Central Libray

  • 2331 New St, Burlington, L7R1J4
Thursday, October 24
09:00 AM

Hand-Knits, Baby Items and More

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Visit our Boutique sale of baby and toddler knitted clothes, plush toys, baby quilts and blankets, adult accessories, and household items.  Everything made by hand. Held at Burlington Seniors' Centre, New St. Oct. 21-24, 9am-1pm daily.

Location/Venue Name
Burlington Senior's Centre

  • 2285 New Street, Burlington, L7R 1J4
Friday, October 25
06:00 PM

St John's Community Pasta Night

06:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Join St John's Anglican for a community pasta dinner on October 25. Lots of fun and prizes for the whole family.

Location/Venue Name
St John's Anglican Church

  • 2464 Dundas Street, Burlington, L7P 0S8
08:00 PM

Dundas Little Theatre presents EINSTEIN'S GIFT by Canada's Vern Thiessen

08:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Offering 59 years of entertaining theatre, Dundas Little Theatre is staging this insightful memory play by Canada’s own Vern Thiessen.  EINSTEIN’S GIFT first premiered in 2003 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta and follows the life of a scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death. Chance, pride, ego, and passion collide in this piece based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr. Fritz Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him but used his work to murder millions. EINSTEIN’S GIFT was the winner of the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama 2003,  “An illuminating history lesson with the appeal of an old-fashioned Hollywood biopic.” —Globe and Mail, “(A) morality tale… about the exploitation of scientific discovery for martial means, the cloud, atomic or otherwise, that dims the celebration, the bargain that frees the Devil.” —The New York Times

Location/Venue Name
Garstin Centre for the Arts

  • 37 Market Street South, Dundas , L9H 6Y6
Saturday, October 26
08:00 PM

Dundas Little Theatre presents EINSTEIN'S GIFT by Canada's Vern Thiessen

08:00 PM — 10:00 PM

Offering 59 years of entertaining theatre, Dundas Little Theatre is staging this insightful memory play by Canada’s own Vern Thiessen.  EINSTEIN’S GIFT first premiered in 2003 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta and follows the life of a scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death. Chance, pride, ego, and passion collide in this piece based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr. Fritz Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him but used his work to murder millions. EINSTEIN’S GIFT was the winner of the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama 2003,  “An illuminating history lesson with the appeal of an old-fashioned Hollywood biopic.” —Globe and Mail, “(A) morality tale… about the exploitation of scientific discovery for martial means, the cloud, atomic or otherwise, that dims the celebration, the bargain that frees the Devil.” —The New York Times

Location/Venue Name
Garstin Centre for the Arts

  • 37 Market Street South, Dundas , L9H 6Y6
Monday, October 28
12:00 PM

The War Amps Address Label Campaign

Monday, October 28 to Tuesday, October 29

Thanks to donations to the Key Tag and Address Label Service, The War Amps is able to provide amputees with financial assistance for artificial limbs, peer support and information on all aspects of living with amputation. Learn more at waramps.ca.

Location/Venue Name
All Ontario Communities

  • 2827 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, k1v 0c4
Friday, November 1
08:00 PM

Dundas Little Theatre presents EINSTEIN'S GIFT by Canada's Vern Thiessen

08:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Offering 59 years of entertaining theatre, Dundas Little Theatre is staging this insightful memory play by Canada’s own Vern Thiessen.  EINSTEIN’S GIFT first premiered in 2003 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta and follows the life of a scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death. Chance, pride, ego, and passion collide in this piece based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr. Fritz Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him but used his work to murder millions. EINSTEIN’S GIFT was the winner of the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama 2003,  “An illuminating history lesson with the appeal of an old-fashioned Hollywood biopic.” —Globe and Mail, “(A) morality tale… about the exploitation of scientific discovery for martial means, the cloud, atomic or otherwise, that dims the celebration, the bargain that frees the Devil.” —The New York Times

Location/Venue Name
Garstin Centre for the Arts

  • 37 Market Street South, Dundas , L9H 6Y6
Saturday, November 2
09:00 AM

THE BELL BAZAAR - SAT. NOV. 2 from 9 am to 3 pm

09:00 AM — 03:00 PM

Christmas shop early at our Bell Bazaar!  We have crafts, costume jewellery, delicious homemade pies and goodies.  Relax in our tea room and enjoy good food at great prices.  Free admission and kids enjoy Lucky Dips and a visit from Santa.  Fully accessible parking and venue.  Join us for this community event sponsored by the Holy Rosary Catholic Women's League.

Location/Venue Name
Holy Rosary Church

  • 287 Plains Road East, Burlington, L7T 2C7
09:30 AM

Candy Cane Traditions

09:30 AM — 03:00 PM

Artisans      Homemade Baking       Granny’s Attic       Silent Auction        Jar Room

Get your Christmas shopping done early. We feature artisans displaying everything from folk art to jewellery, needlework to décor items and much more. Find next to new items in our Granny’s Attic or speciality items in the Silent Auction. Don’t forget to pick up some of our homemade baking! When you are all “shopped out” enjoy coffee and a muffin or lunch at our Candy Cane Traditions Cafe

Admission: $2.00 per Adult.  Proceed to support Outreach Programs

Location/Venue Name
Tansley United Church

  • 2111 Walkers Line, Burlington, L7M 0Z2
08:00 PM

Dundas Little Theatre presents EINSTEIN'S GIFT by Canada's Vern Thiessen

08:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Offering 59 years of entertaining theatre, Dundas Little Theatre is staging this insightful memory play by Canada’s own Vern Thiessen.  EINSTEIN’S GIFT first premiered in 2003 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta and follows the life of a scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death. Chance, pride, ego, and passion collide in this piece based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr. Fritz Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him but used his work to murder millions. EINSTEIN’S GIFT was the winner of the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama 2003,  “An illuminating history lesson with the appeal of an old-fashioned Hollywood biopic.” —Globe and Mail, “(A) morality tale… about the exploitation of scientific discovery for martial means, the cloud, atomic or otherwise, that dims the celebration, the bargain that frees the Devil.” —The New York Times

Location/Venue Name
Garstin Centre for the Arts

  • 37 Market Street South, Dundas , L9H 6Y6
Sunday, November 3
02:00 PM

Dundas Little Theatre presents EINSTEIN'S GIFT by Canada's Vern Thiessen

02:00 PM — 04:30 PM

Offering 59 years of entertaining theatre, Dundas Little Theatre is staging this insightful memory play by Canada’s own Vern Thiessen.  EINSTEIN’S GIFT first premiered in 2003 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta and follows the life of a scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death. Chance, pride, ego, and passion collide in this piece based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr. Fritz Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him but used his work to murder millions. EINSTEIN’S GIFT was the winner of the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama 2003,  “An illuminating history lesson with the appeal of an old-fashioned Hollywood biopic.” —Globe and Mail, “(A) morality tale… about the exploitation of scientific discovery for martial means, the cloud, atomic or otherwise, that dims the celebration, the bargain that frees the Devil.” —The New York Times

Location/Venue Name
Garstin Centre for the Arts

  • 37 Market Street South, Dundas , L9H 6Y6
Wednesday, November 6
05:30 PM

9th Annual HCCEF Evening with Bishop Crosby

05:30 PM — 09:30 PM

The Evening with Bishop Crosby continues to be a wonderful gathering of the Halton Catholic Community to help students and families in need. Poverty remains a powerful factor in whether a student succeeds in school. Sometimes a crisis, such as a health crisis or parent separation, will arise and the family is thrust into a situation where they are having a real challenge feeding or clothing their children. 1 in 10 Halton children are living in low income households - an estimated 3600 HCDSB students. _________________________________________________________ “This family is presently dealing with a  terminal cancer diagnosis for the father. They have 4 children. The funds supported the family with putting food on the table and purchasing household necessities from Food Basics and Wal-Mart.” - HCDSB Principal   “This is a great opportunity for this student as parents are divorced and they are not amicable at all. Parents are often fighting especially in regards to finances, and the children are often in the middle. This has been a great help to ensure that this student is able to experience the Grad trip with his classmates.” – HCDSB Principal   _________________________________________________________ We invite you to Be Part of the Solution. Join us for the 9th Annual Evening with Bishop Crosby. A wonderful opportunity to meet Bishop Douglas Crosby and hear him speak. It’s a fun evening with exceptional food, fellowship and a great cause. All are welcome. Register online today or print the Flyer/Registration Form from our website.

Location/Venue Name
Le Dome Banquet Hall

  • 1173 North Service Rd East, Oakville, L6H 1A7
Thursday, November 7
08:00 PM

Dundas Little Theatre presents EINSTEIN'S GIFT by Canada's Vern Thiessen

08:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Offering 59 years of entertaining theatre, Dundas Little Theatre is staging this insightful memory play by Canada’s own Vern Thiessen.  EINSTEIN’S GIFT first premiered in 2003 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta and follows the life of a scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death. Chance, pride, ego, and passion collide in this piece based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr. Fritz Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him but used his work to murder millions. EINSTEIN’S GIFT was the winner of the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama 2003,  “An illuminating history lesson with the appeal of an old-fashioned Hollywood biopic.” —Globe and Mail, “(A) morality tale… about the exploitation of scientific discovery for martial means, the cloud, atomic or otherwise, that dims the celebration, the bargain that frees the Devil.” —The New York Times

Location/Venue Name
Garstin Centre for the Arts

  • 37 Market Street South, Dundas , L9H 6Y6
Friday, November 8
07:00 PM

Zonta Club of Oakville November Dance Party - Nov. 8

07:00 PM — 11:00 PM

Let's Party Together! The Zonta Club of Oakville would like to invite you to our November Dance Party - to celebrate 100 years of Zonta International, and 46 years of the Zonta Club of Oakville. This special fundraising event is open to everyone! Bring your friends, enjoy Rude Awakening Band, food stations, a cash bar, and of course - dancing! Purchase tickets today from a Zonta member or by our email tickets@zontaoakville.org. We hope to see you on November 8th!

Location/Venue Name
Oakville

  • Oakville, oakville, Oakville
07:30 PM

Zonta Dance Party

Friday, November 8 to Saturday, November 9
07:30 PM — 12:00 AM

Zonta international is celebrating 100 years! And what better way to celebrate than to put on your dancing shoes and boogie with the Zonta Club of Oakville! Featuring the Rude Awakening band, cash bar, yummy treats and best of all, proceeds will help Empower Women and Girls through the Zonta club of Oakville! November 8 2019 Noble Hall 2273 Royal Windsor Dr. Oakville, ON Tickets $65

Location/Venue Name
Noble Hall

  • 2273 Royal Windsor Dr., Oakville, L6J 7V7
08:00 PM

Dundas Little Theatre presents EINSTEIN'S GIFT by Canada's Vern Thiessen

08:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Offering 59 years of entertaining theatre, Dundas Little Theatre is staging this insightful memory play by Canada’s own Vern Thiessen.  EINSTEIN’S GIFT first premiered in 2003 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta and follows the life of a scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death. Chance, pride, ego, and passion collide in this piece based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr. Fritz Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him but used his work to murder millions. EINSTEIN’S GIFT was the winner of the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama 2003,  “An illuminating history lesson with the appeal of an old-fashioned Hollywood biopic.” —Globe and Mail, “(A) morality tale… about the exploitation of scientific discovery for martial means, the cloud, atomic or otherwise, that dims the celebration, the bargain that frees the Devil.” —The New York Times

Location/Venue Name
Garstin Centre for the Arts

  • 37 Market Street South, Dundas , L9H 6Y6
Saturday, November 9
09:00 AM

Christmas Bazaar

09:00 AM — 02:00 PM

Bring your family and friends for a day of fun at a Christmas Bazaar at Mary Mother of God Church, 2745 North Ridge Trail, Oakville.  There is something to please everyone:  Baked Goods Table including jams, jellies and preserves, Children's Corner with games and prizes, Crafts Table and Book Table. Advent Candles and Wreaths for sale and Poinsettias to be ordered for December Pick-up!  Also, a fabulous Grand Raffle and Lucky Draw with great prizes and finally, our infamous Gift Baskets to suit everyone's holiday gift-giving needs!  Rest for awhile in our Christmas Cafe providing both breakfast and lunch.  Come join us!

Location/Venue Name
Mary Mother of God Church

  • 2745 North Ridge Trail, Oakville, L6H 7A3
08:00 PM

Dundas Little Theatre presents EINSTEIN'S GIFT by Canada's Vern Thiessen

08:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Offering 59 years of entertaining theatre, Dundas Little Theatre is staging this insightful memory play by Canada’s own Vern Thiessen.  EINSTEIN’S GIFT first premiered in 2003 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta and follows the life of a scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death. Chance, pride, ego, and passion collide in this piece based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr. Fritz Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him but used his work to murder millions. EINSTEIN’S GIFT was the winner of the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama 2003,  “An illuminating history lesson with the appeal of an old-fashioned Hollywood biopic.” —Globe and Mail, “(A) morality tale… about the exploitation of scientific discovery for martial means, the cloud, atomic or otherwise, that dims the celebration, the bargain that frees the Devil.” —The New York Times

Location/Venue Name
Garstin Centre for the Arts

  • 37 Market Street South, Dundas , L9H 6Y6
Sunday, November 10
02:00 PM

Dundas Little Theatre presents EINSTEIN'S GIFT by Canada's Vern Thiessen

02:00 PM — 04:30 PM

Offering 59 years of entertaining theatre, Dundas Little Theatre is staging this insightful memory play by Canada’s own Vern Thiessen.  EINSTEIN’S GIFT first premiered in 2003 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta and follows the life of a scientist who enhances life with his work and knowledge but discovers too late that knowledge in the wrong hands brings death. Chance, pride, ego, and passion collide in this piece based on the life and work of Nobel Laureate Dr. Fritz Haber, who risked everything for a country that never accepted him but used his work to murder millions. EINSTEIN’S GIFT was the winner of the Governor General's Literary Award for Drama 2003,  “An illuminating history lesson with the appeal of an old-fashioned Hollywood biopic.” —Globe and Mail, “(A) morality tale… about the exploitation of scientific discovery for martial means, the cloud, atomic or otherwise, that dims the celebration, the bargain that frees the Devil.” —The New York Times

Location/Venue Name
Garstin Centre for the Arts

  • 37 Market Street South, Dundas , L9H 6Y6
Monday, November 11
09:00 AM

Hand-Knits, Baby Items and More

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Visit our Boutique sale of baby and toddler knitted clothes, plush toys, baby quilts and blankets, adult accessories, and household items.  Everything made by hand. Nov. 11-14, 9am-1pm daily.at Burlington Seniors' Centre, New St.

Location/Venue Name
Burlington Seniors' Centre

  • 2285 New Street, Burlington, L7R 1J4
Tuesday, November 12
09:00 AM

Hand-Knits, Baby Items and More

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Visit our Boutique sale of baby and toddler knitted clothes, plush toys, baby quilts and blankets, adult accessories, and household items.  Everything made by hand. Nov. 11-14, 9am-1pm daily.at Burlington Seniors' Centre, New St.

Location/Venue Name
Burlington Seniors' Centre

  • 2285 New Street, Burlington, L7R 1J4
Wednesday, November 13
09:00 AM

Hand-Knits, Baby Items and More

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Visit our Boutique sale of baby and toddler knitted clothes, plush toys, baby quilts and blankets, adult accessories, and household items.  Everything made by hand. Nov. 11-14, 9am-1pm daily.at Burlington Seniors' Centre, New St.

Location/Venue Name
Burlington Seniors' Centre

  • 2285 New Street, Burlington, L7R 1J4
Thursday, November 14
09:00 AM

Hand-Knits, Baby Items and More

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Visit our Boutique sale of baby and toddler knitted clothes, plush toys, baby quilts and blankets, adult accessories, and household items.  Everything made by hand. Nov. 11-14, 9am-1pm daily.at Burlington Seniors' Centre, New St.

Location/Venue Name
Burlington Seniors' Centre

  • 2285 New Street, Burlington, L7R 1J4
07:00 PM

Alienated Grandparents Anonymous Support Group

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

There are over 120,000 Grandparents Alienated from thier grandchildren.  We are a support group that meets on the 2nd & 4th tues. Of each month through out the year.  We have guest speakers such as MP's MPP's Mediators, Lawyers, Theripists and many more. We learn coping skills and support one another.

Location/Venue Name
Burlington Golf & Country Club

  • 422 North Shore Blvd. E. , Burlington, L7r 4p8
07:00 PM

Oakville Community Foundation's Brightlights "Gala"

07:00 PM — 09:30 PM

Join Oakville Community Foundation for the Brightlights “Gala”, a community-wide celebration of arts in our community on November 14, 2019, part of the OCF's 25th Anniversary You don't want to miss this relaxed, fun night of musical performances, delicious snacks, incredible surprises and birthday cake! Oakville-born Geri Hall of This Hour Has 22 Minutes will be the MC for the night. This is a ticketed non-receipted event. Tickets can be purchased for $75 each with 100% of ticket proceeds going towards the Community Classroom program to ensure every publicly-funded elementary-school student in Oakville gets the chance to have a FREE local arts, culture and heritage experience. Nov. 14, 2019, 7pm @ the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts

Location/Venue Name
The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts

  • 130 Navy St, Oakville, L6J 2Z4
Saturday, November 16
02:00 PM

Circle of Harmony's annual holiday concert, Perfectly Seasoned, on November 16!

02:00 PM — 03:30 PM

Circle of Harmony is an award-winning 4 part a cappella chorus of women dedicated to musical excellence. The chorus performs dynamic and entertaining music that captures the interest of audiences with their passionate singing, energetic choreography and engaging performances. Join us for our upcoming holiday show, Perfectly Seasoned, on Saturday, November 16, with two shows: 2 pm and 7:30 pm. Tickets are $25 each and $10 for kids 12 and under. Evening special: 2 tickets for $40. Come and celebrate the joy of season as we raise our voices in song! Tickets are available to purchase now at www.circleofharmony.ca

Location/Venue Name
ClearView Church

  • 2300 Sheridan Garden Drive, Oakville, L6J 7R2
07:30 PM

Circle of Harmony's annual holiday concert, Perfectly Seasoned, on November 16!

07:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Circle of Harmony is an award-winning 4 part a cappella chorus of women dedicated to musical excellence. The chorus performs dynamic and entertaining music that captures the interest of audiences with their passionate singing, energetic choreography and engaging performances. Join us for our upcoming holiday show, Perfectly Seasoned, on Saturday, November 16, with two shows: 2 pm and 7:30 pm. Tickets are $25 each and $10 for kids 12 and under. Evening special: 2 tickets for $40. Come and celebrate the joy of season as we raise our voices in song! Tickets are available to purchase now at www.circleofharmony.ca

Location/Venue Name
ClearView Church

  • 2300 Sheridan Garden Drive, Oakville, L6J 7R2
Sunday, November 17
01:00 PM

Free Family Art Workshop

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Bring the whole family to Oakville Galleries for a free drop-in art workshop inspired by the work of exhibiting artist Georgia Dickie! Head to our Education Centre where participants will repurpose found materials, fabric, wire, and more to make works such as mobiles, models and collages. 

Location/Venue Name
Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens

  • 1306 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville, L6J 1L6