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Check out our Southern Ontario Events Calendar for lots of interesting and fun events and activities for local families in Durham Region, the Greater Toronto Area, York, Peel, Hamilton-Halton, the Kawarthas, Niagara and more...

Lego Saturdays

Description

Everyone loves LEGO! Explore what you can build using open-format LEGO - where imagination meets engineering! Ages 4+. Drop-in.

KUUMBA25: Toronto’s Longest Running Celebration of Black History Celebrates 25 years

Description

Toronto’s longest running Black History Month festival, Harbourfront Centre’s KUUMBA, marks 25 years of celebrating the heritage, culture and traditions of Black Canadians with a series of talks, workshops, events and performances throughout February. The 2020 festival is curated by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes, who most recently spearheaded Nuit Blanche in Scarborough and is responsible for introducing internationally acclaimed projects and artists to new audiences in Toronto. As one of Toronto’s foremost contemporary arts festivals, this year’s silver anniversary theme is A Silver Lining: examining the past through cultural expression, ritual and memorabilia, while re-envisioning our identities through art, culture and education. Offering more than half of the events for free, festival highlights include: Building Black: AMORPHIA the premiere of eight new artworks using 50,000 pieces of LEGO®, sneaker design workshops led by one of the most in-demand footwear designers among the industry’s top brands and celebrities, D’Wayne Edwards (Jan. 16 & 17), the return of Trey Anthony’s Black Girl in Love (with herself): Speaking the Unspeakable Tings (Feb. 7) and a new line-up of comedians in Dat Gyal Funny: A Night of Stand-Up Comedy (Feb. 8). Also, combine art and activism with T.W.O.S: The Welcoming of Synergies (Feb. 15), the Canadian stage debut of Jon Boogz and Lil Buck of Movement Art Is.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

The Addams Family the Musical

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City Youth Players and Electric Moon Theatre Company are proud to present THE ADDAMS FAMILY – A NEW MUSICAL! A comical feast that embraces the wackiness in every family and being your own unique person. In this brand new story, Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that wasn’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before– keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s “normal” boyfriend and his parents. Filled with showstopping musical numbers, dancing ghosts, ghouls, ancestors and all the crazy characters you know and love, this show is sure to have you embracing your inner Addams.

Rooks to Cooks Kids Cooking Winter Workshops

Description

Come join Rooks to Cooks in our Delectable Dumplings Workshops and have your child learn how to make vegetarian dumplings completely from scratch, just like a chef. Whether boiled, fried, pan-fried or steamed, these international pockets of flavour are the perfect snack, side dish or even meal that you and your loved ones will eat up! Our chef instructors will teach the students how to prepare our delicious vegetarian dumpling filling AND how to roll, fill and assemble various types of dumplings using different folding techniques. Each student will leave with 8 – 12 dumplings, ready to be cooked, along with our dumpling recipe card so they may recreate the magic at home. This workshop is hands-on, educational and fun! Hope to see you there. Cost is $25/person. Ideal for kids ages 4-14. Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult. Workshops are offered at multiple GTA Locations from Feb. 23 to April 4; various time slots available for each date. Limited space at each session, so please register soon to secure your spot! To Learn more and Register, visit: http://www.rookstocooks.ca/winter-workshops/

LEGO Sundays

Description

Everyone loves LEGO! Explore what you can build using open-format LEGO - where imagination meets engineering! Ages 4+. Drop-in.

KUUMBA25: Toronto’s Longest Running Celebration of Black History Celebrates 25 years

Description

Toronto’s longest running Black History Month festival, Harbourfront Centre’s KUUMBA, marks 25 years of celebrating the heritage, culture and traditions of Black Canadians with a series of talks, workshops, events and performances throughout February. The 2020 festival is curated by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes, who most recently spearheaded Nuit Blanche in Scarborough and is responsible for introducing internationally acclaimed projects and artists to new audiences in Toronto. As one of Toronto’s foremost contemporary arts festivals, this year’s silver anniversary theme is A Silver Lining: examining the past through cultural expression, ritual and memorabilia, while re-envisioning our identities through art, culture and education. Offering more than half of the events for free, festival highlights include: Building Black: AMORPHIA the premiere of eight new artworks using 50,000 pieces of LEGO®, sneaker design workshops led by one of the most in-demand footwear designers among the industry’s top brands and celebrities, D’Wayne Edwards (Jan. 16 & 17), the return of Trey Anthony’s Black Girl in Love (with herself): Speaking the Unspeakable Tings (Feb. 7) and a new line-up of comedians in Dat Gyal Funny: A Night of Stand-Up Comedy (Feb. 8). Also, combine art and activism with T.W.O.S: The Welcoming of Synergies (Feb. 15), the Canadian stage debut of Jon Boogz and Lil Buck of Movement Art Is.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

The Addams Family the Musical

Description

City Youth Players and Electric Moon Theatre Company are proud to present THE ADDAMS FAMILY – A NEW MUSICAL! A comical feast that embraces the wackiness in every family and being your own unique person. In this brand new story, Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that wasn’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before– keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s “normal” boyfriend and his parents. Filled with showstopping musical numbers, dancing ghosts, ghouls, ancestors and all the crazy characters you know and love, this show is sure to have you embracing your inner Addams.

Mommy, Baby & Friends Group

Description

A 6-week series where you can get out of the house, chat with other mamas in a judgement-free zone...with your baby!

KUUMBA25: Toronto’s Longest Running Celebration of Black History Celebrates 25 years

Description

Toronto’s longest running Black History Month festival, Harbourfront Centre’s KUUMBA, marks 25 years of celebrating the heritage, culture and traditions of Black Canadians with a series of talks, workshops, events and performances throughout February. The 2020 festival is curated by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes, who most recently spearheaded Nuit Blanche in Scarborough and is responsible for introducing internationally acclaimed projects and artists to new audiences in Toronto. As one of Toronto’s foremost contemporary arts festivals, this year’s silver anniversary theme is A Silver Lining: examining the past through cultural expression, ritual and memorabilia, while re-envisioning our identities through art, culture and education. Offering more than half of the events for free, festival highlights include: Building Black: AMORPHIA the premiere of eight new artworks using 50,000 pieces of LEGO®, sneaker design workshops led by one of the most in-demand footwear designers among the industry’s top brands and celebrities, D’Wayne Edwards (Jan. 16 & 17), the return of Trey Anthony’s Black Girl in Love (with herself): Speaking the Unspeakable Tings (Feb. 7) and a new line-up of comedians in Dat Gyal Funny: A Night of Stand-Up Comedy (Feb. 8). Also, combine art and activism with T.W.O.S: The Welcoming of Synergies (Feb. 15), the Canadian stage debut of Jon Boogz and Lil Buck of Movement Art Is.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

KUUMBA25: Toronto’s Longest Running Celebration of Black History Celebrates 25 years

Description

Toronto’s longest running Black History Month festival, Harbourfront Centre’s KUUMBA, marks 25 years of celebrating the heritage, culture and traditions of Black Canadians with a series of talks, workshops, events and performances throughout February. The 2020 festival is curated by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes, who most recently spearheaded Nuit Blanche in Scarborough and is responsible for introducing internationally acclaimed projects and artists to new audiences in Toronto. As one of Toronto’s foremost contemporary arts festivals, this year’s silver anniversary theme is A Silver Lining: examining the past through cultural expression, ritual and memorabilia, while re-envisioning our identities through art, culture and education. Offering more than half of the events for free, festival highlights include: Building Black: AMORPHIA the premiere of eight new artworks using 50,000 pieces of LEGO®, sneaker design workshops led by one of the most in-demand footwear designers among the industry’s top brands and celebrities, D’Wayne Edwards (Jan. 16 & 17), the return of Trey Anthony’s Black Girl in Love (with herself): Speaking the Unspeakable Tings (Feb. 7) and a new line-up of comedians in Dat Gyal Funny: A Night of Stand-Up Comedy (Feb. 8). Also, combine art and activism with T.W.O.S: The Welcoming of Synergies (Feb. 15), the Canadian stage debut of Jon Boogz and Lil Buck of Movement Art Is.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Stop Motion Magic

Description

[Ages 8 and up] Newcastle Branch, George and Kathleen Vice Community Room Tuesdays, February 11th to March 10th 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Drop in; no registration required. No charge. Get creative with technology, and explore stop-motion animation! Create your own movie magic using Stikbots® and LEGO®, then finish the program session with a film festival! Share your creations with family and friends on the big screen and through the Library’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/c/ClaringtonLib! Please note that caregivers of children under the age of 10 must be present in the Library for the duration of the program.

Stroller Tours

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We know it can be tricky to find things to do with a little one! So come and join a group of parents and babies for a docent-led tour of the BSM. Tours are held on the last Wednesday of every month. $14 for parent and baby (under 5 years of age) | Free for Friends of the BSM | Please register by calling 416-979-7799 x 242 or emailing education@batashoemuseum.ca.

STEAM Storytime

Description

Town of Ajax kids can learn through exploration, discovery and play. Creative, hands on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) storytime will open up a new world for kids, parents and caregivers to discover! Ages 2+. Drop-in.

EarlyON Ajax - Toddler Music and Movement

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This program is designed to enhance the appreciation and enjoyment of music and movement activities and highlights the value of music to development. Toddlers will enjoy this fun program including songs, instruments and a variety of creative movement activities. 16 months - 2 years. Please call 905.619.4565 x 300 or email earlyon.ajax@ymcagta.org to register.

EarlyON Ajax - Musical Babies

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Learn how to incorporate music and musical instruments into baby’s everyday play experiences. 0-12 months. Please call 905.619.4565 x 300 or email earlyon.ajax@ymcagta.org to register.

Infant Hearing Clinic

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[Caregivers with children 4 months and under] Newcastle Branch, Study Suite Alternate Wednesdays, from January 15th to March 25th 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Advanced registration required for each 15 minute session through the Markham Stouffville Hospital at 1-888-703-5437 x4. Children develop speech and language skills by listening and imitating those around them, but these skills may be delayed in the case of deafness or hearing loss. Sign up your infant for a screening if you have hearing-related concerns, and learn about the follow-up services available to your family. Presented in partnership with Markham Stouffville Hospital, the lead agency for the Tri-Regional Infant Hearing Program.

KUUMBA25: Toronto’s Longest Running Celebration of Black History Celebrates 25 years

Description

Toronto’s longest running Black History Month festival, Harbourfront Centre’s KUUMBA, marks 25 years of celebrating the heritage, culture and traditions of Black Canadians with a series of talks, workshops, events and performances throughout February. The 2020 festival is curated by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes, who most recently spearheaded Nuit Blanche in Scarborough and is responsible for introducing internationally acclaimed projects and artists to new audiences in Toronto. As one of Toronto’s foremost contemporary arts festivals, this year’s silver anniversary theme is A Silver Lining: examining the past through cultural expression, ritual and memorabilia, while re-envisioning our identities through art, culture and education. Offering more than half of the events for free, festival highlights include: Building Black: AMORPHIA the premiere of eight new artworks using 50,000 pieces of LEGO®, sneaker design workshops led by one of the most in-demand footwear designers among the industry’s top brands and celebrities, D’Wayne Edwards (Jan. 16 & 17), the return of Trey Anthony’s Black Girl in Love (with herself): Speaking the Unspeakable Tings (Feb. 7) and a new line-up of comedians in Dat Gyal Funny: A Night of Stand-Up Comedy (Feb. 8). Also, combine art and activism with T.W.O.S: The Welcoming of Synergies (Feb. 15), the Canadian stage debut of Jon Boogz and Lil Buck of Movement Art Is.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Books for Babies

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Babies need words everyday: Talk, Read, Sing, Play. Enjoy songs, poems, finger plays and simple books with your baby. Birth - 2 yrs. Drop-in.

EarlyON Ajax - Play to Learn Mornings

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Don’t forget to check out this drop in program! Along with all of the other play activities, Library staff host a 15 min storytime at 11:15am. Preschool. Drop-in.

KUUMBA25: Toronto’s Longest Running Celebration of Black History Celebrates 25 years

Description

Toronto’s longest running Black History Month festival, Harbourfront Centre’s KUUMBA, marks 25 years of celebrating the heritage, culture and traditions of Black Canadians with a series of talks, workshops, events and performances throughout February. The 2020 festival is curated by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes, who most recently spearheaded Nuit Blanche in Scarborough and is responsible for introducing internationally acclaimed projects and artists to new audiences in Toronto. As one of Toronto’s foremost contemporary arts festivals, this year’s silver anniversary theme is A Silver Lining: examining the past through cultural expression, ritual and memorabilia, while re-envisioning our identities through art, culture and education. Offering more than half of the events for free, festival highlights include: Building Black: AMORPHIA the premiere of eight new artworks using 50,000 pieces of LEGO®, sneaker design workshops led by one of the most in-demand footwear designers among the industry’s top brands and celebrities, D’Wayne Edwards (Jan. 16 & 17), the return of Trey Anthony’s Black Girl in Love (with herself): Speaking the Unspeakable Tings (Feb. 7) and a new line-up of comedians in Dat Gyal Funny: A Night of Stand-Up Comedy (Feb. 8). Also, combine art and activism with T.W.O.S: The Welcoming of Synergies (Feb. 15), the Canadian stage debut of Jon Boogz and Lil Buck of Movement Art Is.

Yoga - Survive to Thrive

Description

You will be guided through a series of gentle poses that are specifically beneficial to anyone affected by breast cancer. This series requires you to only sign up, it is a complimentary series for those affected by breast cancer.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Matilda

Description

Trafalgar Castle School presents Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical at Whitby Courthouse Theatre on February 28 and 29 at 7 p.m. Tickets are for sale on our website. General seating and doors open at 6:30 p.m.

KUUMBA25: Toronto’s Longest Running Celebration of Black History Celebrates 25 years

Description

Toronto’s longest running Black History Month festival, Harbourfront Centre’s KUUMBA, marks 25 years of celebrating the heritage, culture and traditions of Black Canadians with a series of talks, workshops, events and performances throughout February. The 2020 festival is curated by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes, who most recently spearheaded Nuit Blanche in Scarborough and is responsible for introducing internationally acclaimed projects and artists to new audiences in Toronto. As one of Toronto’s foremost contemporary arts festivals, this year’s silver anniversary theme is A Silver Lining: examining the past through cultural expression, ritual and memorabilia, while re-envisioning our identities through art, culture and education. Offering more than half of the events for free, festival highlights include: Building Black: AMORPHIA the premiere of eight new artworks using 50,000 pieces of LEGO®, sneaker design workshops led by one of the most in-demand footwear designers among the industry’s top brands and celebrities, D’Wayne Edwards (Jan. 16 & 17), the return of Trey Anthony’s Black Girl in Love (with herself): Speaking the Unspeakable Tings (Feb. 7) and a new line-up of comedians in Dat Gyal Funny: A Night of Stand-Up Comedy (Feb. 8). Also, combine art and activism with T.W.O.S: The Welcoming of Synergies (Feb. 15), the Canadian stage debut of Jon Boogz and Lil Buck of Movement Art Is.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Rooks to Cooks Kids Cooking Winter Workshops

Description

Come join Rooks to Cooks in our Delectable Dumplings Workshops and have your child learn how to make vegetarian dumplings completely from scratch, just like a chef. Whether boiled, fried, pan-fried or steamed, these international pockets of flavour are the perfect snack, side dish or even meal that you and your loved ones will eat up! Our chef instructors will teach the students how to prepare our delicious vegetarian dumpling filling AND how to roll, fill and assemble various types of dumplings using different folding techniques. Each student will leave with 8 – 12 dumplings, ready to be cooked, along with our dumpling recipe card so they may recreate the magic at home. This workshop is hands-on, educational and fun! Hope to see you there. Cost is $25/person. Ideal for kids ages 4-14. Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult. Workshops are offered at multiple GTA Locations from Feb. 23 to April 4; various time slots available for each date. Limited space at each session, so please register soon to secure your spot! To Learn more and Register, visit: http://www.rookstocooks.ca/winter-workshops/

Rooks to Cooks Kids Cooking Winter Workshops

Description

Come join Rooks to Cooks in our Delectable Dumplings Workshops and have your child learn how to make vegetarian dumplings completely from scratch, just like a chef. Whether boiled, fried, pan-fried or steamed, these international pockets of flavour are the perfect snack, side dish or even meal that you and your loved ones will eat up! Our chef instructors will teach the students how to prepare our delicious vegetarian dumpling filling AND how to roll, fill and assemble various types of dumplings using different folding techniques. Each student will leave with 8 – 12 dumplings, ready to be cooked, along with our dumpling recipe card so they may recreate the magic at home. This workshop is hands-on, educational and fun! Hope to see you there. Cost is $25/person. Ideal for kids ages 4-14. Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult. Workshops are offered at multiple GTA Locations from Feb. 23 to April 4; various time slots available for each date. Limited space at each session, so please register soon to secure your spot! To Learn more and Register, visit: http://www.rookstocooks.ca/winter-workshops/

Sleeping Skeletons of High Park

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Come explore High Park’s “Sleeping Skeletons” such as our majestic Oaks, hardy Maples and whimsical Willows. Learn how to ID trees during their winter dormancy by studying their buds, twigs and bark.

Lego Saturdays

Description

Everyone loves LEGO! Explore what you can build using open-format LEGO - where imagination meets engineering! Ages 4+. Drop-in.

KUUMBA25: Toronto’s Longest Running Celebration of Black History Celebrates 25 years

Description

Toronto’s longest running Black History Month festival, Harbourfront Centre’s KUUMBA, marks 25 years of celebrating the heritage, culture and traditions of Black Canadians with a series of talks, workshops, events and performances throughout February. The 2020 festival is curated by Ashley McKenzie-Barnes, who most recently spearheaded Nuit Blanche in Scarborough and is responsible for introducing internationally acclaimed projects and artists to new audiences in Toronto. As one of Toronto’s foremost contemporary arts festivals, this year’s silver anniversary theme is A Silver Lining: examining the past through cultural expression, ritual and memorabilia, while re-envisioning our identities through art, culture and education. Offering more than half of the events for free, festival highlights include: Building Black: AMORPHIA the premiere of eight new artworks using 50,000 pieces of LEGO®, sneaker design workshops led by one of the most in-demand footwear designers among the industry’s top brands and celebrities, D’Wayne Edwards (Jan. 16 & 17), the return of Trey Anthony’s Black Girl in Love (with herself): Speaking the Unspeakable Tings (Feb. 7) and a new line-up of comedians in Dat Gyal Funny: A Night of Stand-Up Comedy (Feb. 8). Also, combine art and activism with T.W.O.S: The Welcoming of Synergies (Feb. 15), the Canadian stage debut of Jon Boogz and Lil Buck of Movement Art Is.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Rooks to Cooks Kids Cooking Winter Workshops

Description

Come join Rooks to Cooks in our Delectable Dumplings Workshops and have your child learn how to make vegetarian dumplings completely from scratch, just like a chef. Whether boiled, fried, pan-fried or steamed, these international pockets of flavour are the perfect snack, side dish or even meal that you and your loved ones will eat up! Our chef instructors will teach the students how to prepare our delicious vegetarian dumpling filling AND how to roll, fill and assemble various types of dumplings using different folding techniques. Each student will leave with 8 – 12 dumplings, ready to be cooked, along with our dumpling recipe card so they may recreate the magic at home. This workshop is hands-on, educational and fun! Hope to see you there. Cost is $25/person. Ideal for kids ages 4-14. Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult. Workshops are offered at multiple GTA Locations from Feb. 23 to April 4; various time slots available for each date. Limited space at each session, so please register soon to secure your spot! To Learn more and Register, visit: http://www.rookstocooks.ca/winter-workshops/

Sunday FUNday - Learn Cursive Writing

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Handwriting is becoming something of a lost art, but we can teach you! Learn cursive handwriting just as a Victorian child would have, using pen & ink. Examine handwriting and drawing books that real kids used in the 1900s.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

LEGO Sundays

Description

Explore what you can build using open-format LEGO – where imagination meets engineering! Ages 4+. Drop-in.

Mommy, Baby & Friends Group

Description

A 6-week series where you can get out of the house, chat with other mamas in a judgement-free zone...with your baby!

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Stop Motion Magic

Description

[Ages 8 and up] Newcastle Branch, George and Kathleen Vice Community Room Tuesdays, February 11th to March 10th 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Drop in; no registration required. No charge. Get creative with technology, and explore stop-motion animation! Create your own movie magic using Stikbots® and LEGO®, then finish the program session with a film festival! Share your creations with family and friends on the big screen and through the Library’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/c/ClaringtonLib! Please note that caregivers of children under the age of 10 must be present in the Library for the duration of the program.

STEAM Storytime

Description

Town of Ajax kids can learn through exploration, discovery and play. Creative, hands on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) storytime will open up a new world for kids, parents and caregivers to discover! Ages 2+. Drop-in.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Books for Babies

Description

Babies need words everyday: Talk, Read, Sing, Play. Enjoy songs, poems, finger plays and simple books with your baby. Birth - 2 yrs. Drop-in.

Yoga - Survive to Thrive

Description

You will be guided through a series of gentle poses that are specifically beneficial to anyone affected by breast cancer. This series requires you to only sign up, it is a complimentary series for those affected by breast cancer.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Toronto Storytelling Festival

Description

Join us for “Stories and Songs and Rhymes, Oh My!” a special presentation by storytellers Carol Ashton, Rita Cox and Sally Jaeger. Great for kids of all ages.

Rooks to Cooks Kids Cooking Winter Workshops

Description

Come join Rooks to Cooks in our Delectable Dumplings Workshops and have your child learn how to make vegetarian dumplings completely from scratch, just like a chef. Whether boiled, fried, pan-fried or steamed, these international pockets of flavour are the perfect snack, side dish or even meal that you and your loved ones will eat up! Our chef instructors will teach the students how to prepare our delicious vegetarian dumpling filling AND how to roll, fill and assemble various types of dumplings using different folding techniques. Each student will leave with 8 – 12 dumplings, ready to be cooked, along with our dumpling recipe card so they may recreate the magic at home. This workshop is hands-on, educational and fun! Hope to see you there. Cost is $25/person. Ideal for kids ages 4-14. Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult. Workshops are offered at multiple GTA Locations from Feb. 23 to April 4; various time slots available for each date. Limited space at each session, so please register soon to secure your spot! To Learn more and Register, visit: http://www.rookstocooks.ca/winter-workshops/

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

LEGO Saturdays

Description

Explore what you can build using open-format LEGO – where imagination meets engineering! Ages 4+. Drop-in.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

LEGO Sundays

Description

Explore what you can build using open-format LEGO – where imagination meets engineering! Ages 4+. Drop-in.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

EarlyON Ajax - Mother Goose

Description

Based on the oral tradition of storytelling, this program focuses on learning songs, rhymes and stories. 0-12 months. Please call 905.619.4565 x 300 or email earlyon.ajax@ymcagta.org to register.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Stop Motion Magic

Description

[Ages 8 and up] Newcastle Branch, George and Kathleen Vice Community Room Tuesdays, February 11th to March 10th 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Drop in; no registration required. No charge. Get creative with technology, and explore stop-motion animation! Create your own movie magic using Stikbots® and LEGO®, then finish the program session with a film festival! Share your creations with family and friends on the big screen and through the Library’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/c/ClaringtonLib! Please note that caregivers of children under the age of 10 must be present in the Library for the duration of the program.

Infant Hearing Clinic

Description

[Caregivers with children 4 months and under] Newcastle Branch, Study Suite Alternate Wednesdays, from January 15th to March 25th 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Advanced registration required for each 15 minute session through the Markham Stouffville Hospital at 1-888-703-5437 x4. Children develop speech and language skills by listening and imitating those around them, but these skills may be delayed in the case of deafness or hearing loss. Sign up your infant for a screening if you have hearing-related concerns, and learn about the follow-up services available to your family. Presented in partnership with Markham Stouffville Hospital, the lead agency for the Tri-Regional Infant Hearing Program.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Yoga - Survive to Thrive

Description

You will be guided through a series of gentle poses that are specifically beneficial to anyone affected by breast cancer. This series requires you to only sign up, it is a complimentary series for those affected by breast cancer.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Friday Family Flicks - How to Train Your Dragon (PG)

Description

Build your own Viking ship, settle in with a delicious snack and enjoy the 10th anniversary of this movie! All ages. Drop-in.

Friday Maker Night - Find the Clue, Scooby-Doo!

Description

Get into the mystery-solving spirit and gear up for the new movie with us as we make groovy crafts, enjoy some Scooby Snacks and hunt for clues. All ages. Drop-in.

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Mapping & Orienteering

Description

On the wander we'll go over the basics of how to use a map and compass and work together to take part in a multi-step scavenger hunt, looking for signs of spring along the way!

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

LEGO Saturdays

Description

Explore what you can build using open-format LEGO – where imagination meets engineering! Ages 4+. Drop-in.

Magical March Break

Description

Join us for all things magical with enchanting crafts, games and lots more. Perfect for kids 2-12 (children must be accompanied by an adult). A March Break early morning program for children affected by autism will be offered on Sunday, March 15th from 10am – 12pm. Please email education@batashoemuseum.ca or call 416.979.7799 x 242 for more information or to register. $8 per child and $8 per accompanying adult | Free for Friends of the BSM

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

LEGO Sundays

Description

Explore what you can build using open-format LEGO – where imagination meets engineering! Ages 4+. Drop-in.

Magical March Break

Description

Join us for all things magical with enchanting crafts, games and lots more. Perfect for kids 2-12 (children must be accompanied by an adult). A March Break early morning program for children affected by autism will be offered on Sunday, March 15th from 10am – 12pm. Please email education@batashoemuseum.ca or call 416.979.7799 x 242 for more information or to register. $8 per child and $8 per accompanying adult | Free for Friends of the BSM

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Magical March Break

Description

Join us for all things magical with enchanting crafts, games and lots more. Perfect for kids 2-12 (children must be accompanied by an adult). A March Break early morning program for children affected by autism will be offered on Sunday, March 15th from 10am – 12pm. Please email education@batashoemuseum.ca or call 416.979.7799 x 242 for more information or to register. $8 per child and $8 per accompanying adult | Free for Friends of the BSM

March Break Math Enrichment Programs

Description

Bring your kids to the University of Toronto St. George campus this March Break for some mathematical fun and learning. MathPlus will be offering six full-week camps for elementary and middle school students (themes below), as well as Math Academy for high school students. March 16-20, 9-4pm, plus free before and aftercare. $339.

March Break Art Camp for Kids at Winged Canvas Art Hub

Description

March Break is a great time to learn some serious art skills and have fun at the same time! This unique one-week March Break Art Camp covers the foundations of cartooning, drawing, painting and sculpture. On our lunch and snack breaks, we'll play fun art-inspired games. Meet new friends and have tons of creative fun! On Friday, our friendly studio dogs Sadie & Pongo will join us as special guests, and we end the fun with an Art Party in the PM! March Break Art Camp Schedule 2020 Mon, Mar 16: Watercolour World Tue, Mar 17: Crazy for Cartoons Wed, Mar 18: Awesome Acrylics Thu, Mar 19: Sculpture and 3D Art Fri, Mar 20: Art with Live Animals All materials included! Full and half day options available. Two snacks per day provided.

March Break at the Museum!

Description

Every day, a new partner and new activity! Throughout March Break, Oshawa's amazing culture groups will be popping up in the Verna Conant Gallery! In the Museum houses, there will be tours and activities to complement our feature guests! Monday: Oshawa Museum: School Days Tuesday: Oshawa Public Library Wednesday: The Livingroom Community Art Studio Thursday: The Robert McLaughlin Gallery Friday: Ontario Regiment Museum

Spring Fest Toronto

Description

SpringFest offers Toronto families an indoor fun park with the latest in children’s entertainment, games and activities taking place March 16-21, 2020. We are thrilled to be back for our 17th year of quality entertainment at the Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place. Our indoor fun park has entertainment to thrill the whole family with over 25 mechanical and inflatable rides, food vendors, a little tots area for kids under 5, arts and crafts, and 3 daily Children’s Shows. SpringFest Fun Park is Toronto’s ultimate March Break destination for Family Fun!

Nature Nuts March Break Camp

Description

Nature Nuts Camp is designed, planned and delivered by GRCA’s Ontario-certified outdoor education teaching staff. Campers aged 6-14 are invited to participate in a variety of hands-on activities, active games, group challenges, crazy crafts and good natured fun. Children will learn how to survive in the great outdoors; design, construct and test structures; create messy science experiments, and much more. To cap off this awesome week, campers will take a trip to the Ganaraska Forest Centre for a day full of exciting activities and games! 8:45am - 4:00pm (extended care available) $170 per camper/week or $37 per camper/day (HST exempt) Contact the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority today to register, or visit www.grca.on.ca and look for the Nature Nuts squirrel! 905.885.8173 /info@grca.on.ca

Teen Workshop: Figure Drawing

Description

An introduction to figure drawing, a fundamental skill for all beginners, with a live, fully clothed model. This program is oriented towards young artists looking to build their portfolios and is led by one of the McMichael’s most sought-after instructors, Andrew Sookrah. March 17, 2020 1-Day Workshop 10 am to 4 pm Ages 14 to 18

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Magical March Break

Description

Join us for all things magical with enchanting crafts, games and lots more. Perfect for kids 2-12 (children must be accompanied by an adult). A March Break early morning program for children affected by autism will be offered on Sunday, March 15th from 10am – 12pm. Please email education@batashoemuseum.ca or call 416.979.7799 x 242 for more information or to register. $8 per child and $8 per accompanying adult | Free for Friends of the BSM

March Break Art Camp for Kids at Winged Canvas Art Hub

Description

March Break is a great time to learn some serious art skills and have fun at the same time! This unique one-week March Break Art Camp covers the foundations of cartooning, drawing, painting and sculpture. On our lunch and snack breaks, we'll play fun art-inspired games. Meet new friends and have tons of creative fun! On Friday, our friendly studio dogs Sadie & Pongo will join us as special guests, and we end the fun with an Art Party in the PM! March Break Art Camp Schedule 2020 Mon, Mar 16: Watercolour World Tue, Mar 17: Crazy for Cartoons Wed, Mar 18: Awesome Acrylics Thu, Mar 19: Sculpture and 3D Art Fri, Mar 20: Art with Live Animals All materials included! Full and half day options available. Two snacks per day provided.

March Break at the Museum!

Description

Every day, a new partner and new activity! Throughout March Break, Oshawa's amazing culture groups will be popping up in the Verna Conant Gallery! In the Museum houses, there will be tours and activities to complement our feature guests! Monday: Oshawa Museum: School Days Tuesday: Oshawa Public Library Wednesday: The Livingroom Community Art Studio Thursday: The Robert McLaughlin Gallery Friday: Ontario Regiment Museum

Spring Fest Toronto

Description

SpringFest offers Toronto families an indoor fun park with the latest in children’s entertainment, games and activities taking place March 16-21, 2020. We are thrilled to be back for our 17th year of quality entertainment at the Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place. Our indoor fun park has entertainment to thrill the whole family with over 25 mechanical and inflatable rides, food vendors, a little tots area for kids under 5, arts and crafts, and 3 daily Children’s Shows. SpringFest Fun Park is Toronto’s ultimate March Break destination for Family Fun!

Nature Nuts March Break Camp

Description

Nature Nuts Camp is designed, planned and delivered by GRCA’s Ontario-certified outdoor education teaching staff. Campers aged 6-14 are invited to participate in a variety of hands-on activities, active games, group challenges, crazy crafts and good natured fun. Children will learn how to survive in the great outdoors; design, construct and test structures; create messy science experiments, and much more. To cap off this awesome week, campers will take a trip to the Ganaraska Forest Centre for a day full of exciting activities and games! 8:45am - 4:00pm (extended care available) $170 per camper/week or $37 per camper/day (HST exempt) Contact the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority today to register, or visit www.grca.on.ca and look for the Nature Nuts squirrel! 905.885.8173 /info@grca.on.ca

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Magical March Break

Description

Join us for all things magical with enchanting crafts, games and lots more. Perfect for kids 2-12 (children must be accompanied by an adult). A March Break early morning program for children affected by autism will be offered on Sunday, March 15th from 10am – 12pm. Please email education@batashoemuseum.ca or call 416.979.7799 x 242 for more information or to register. $8 per child and $8 per accompanying adult | Free for Friends of the BSM

March Break Art Camp for Kids at Winged Canvas Art Hub

Description

March Break is a great time to learn some serious art skills and have fun at the same time! This unique one-week March Break Art Camp covers the foundations of cartooning, drawing, painting and sculpture. On our lunch and snack breaks, we'll play fun art-inspired games. Meet new friends and have tons of creative fun! On Friday, our friendly studio dogs Sadie & Pongo will join us as special guests, and we end the fun with an Art Party in the PM! March Break Art Camp Schedule 2020 Mon, Mar 16: Watercolour World Tue, Mar 17: Crazy for Cartoons Wed, Mar 18: Awesome Acrylics Thu, Mar 19: Sculpture and 3D Art Fri, Mar 20: Art with Live Animals All materials included! Full and half day options available. Two snacks per day provided.

March Break at the Museum!

Description

Every day, a new partner and new activity! Throughout March Break, Oshawa's amazing culture groups will be popping up in the Verna Conant Gallery! In the Museum houses, there will be tours and activities to complement our feature guests! Monday: Oshawa Museum: School Days Tuesday: Oshawa Public Library Wednesday: The Livingroom Community Art Studio Thursday: The Robert McLaughlin Gallery Friday: Ontario Regiment Museum

Spring Fest Toronto

Description

SpringFest offers Toronto families an indoor fun park with the latest in children’s entertainment, games and activities taking place March 16-21, 2020. We are thrilled to be back for our 17th year of quality entertainment at the Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place. Our indoor fun park has entertainment to thrill the whole family with over 25 mechanical and inflatable rides, food vendors, a little tots area for kids under 5, arts and crafts, and 3 daily Children’s Shows. SpringFest Fun Park is Toronto’s ultimate March Break destination for Family Fun!

Nature Nuts March Break Camp

Description

Nature Nuts Camp is designed, planned and delivered by GRCA’s Ontario-certified outdoor education teaching staff. Campers aged 6-14 are invited to participate in a variety of hands-on activities, active games, group challenges, crazy crafts and good natured fun. Children will learn how to survive in the great outdoors; design, construct and test structures; create messy science experiments, and much more. To cap off this awesome week, campers will take a trip to the Ganaraska Forest Centre for a day full of exciting activities and games! 8:45am - 4:00pm (extended care available) $170 per camper/week or $37 per camper/day (HST exempt) Contact the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority today to register, or visit www.grca.on.ca and look for the Nature Nuts squirrel! 905.885.8173 /info@grca.on.ca

March Madness @ the McMichael

Description

Three days of exciting musical entertainment! Wednesday, March 18 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Visions of Turtle Island with Tribal Vision Thursday, March 19 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Together! A Global Music Experience with KUNÉ Friday, March 20 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Canada Needs You! with Mike Ford

March Madness at the McMichael

Description

Three days of exciting musical entertainment during March Break at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Wednesday, March 18 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Visions of Turtle Island with Tribal Vision Thursday, March 19 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Together! A Global Music Experience with KUNÉ Friday, March 20 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Canada Needs You! with Mike Ford Find out more at: https://mcmichael.com/event/march-madness

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Magical March Break

Description

Join us for all things magical with enchanting crafts, games and lots more. Perfect for kids 2-12 (children must be accompanied by an adult). A March Break early morning program for children affected by autism will be offered on Sunday, March 15th from 10am – 12pm. Please email education@batashoemuseum.ca or call 416.979.7799 x 242 for more information or to register. $8 per child and $8 per accompanying adult | Free for Friends of the BSM

March Break Art Camp for Kids at Winged Canvas Art Hub

Description

March Break is a great time to learn some serious art skills and have fun at the same time! This unique one-week March Break Art Camp covers the foundations of cartooning, drawing, painting and sculpture. On our lunch and snack breaks, we'll play fun art-inspired games. Meet new friends and have tons of creative fun! On Friday, our friendly studio dogs Sadie & Pongo will join us as special guests, and we end the fun with an Art Party in the PM! March Break Art Camp Schedule 2020 Mon, Mar 16: Watercolour World Tue, Mar 17: Crazy for Cartoons Wed, Mar 18: Awesome Acrylics Thu, Mar 19: Sculpture and 3D Art Fri, Mar 20: Art with Live Animals All materials included! Full and half day options available. Two snacks per day provided.

March Break at the Museum!

Description

Every day, a new partner and new activity! Throughout March Break, Oshawa's amazing culture groups will be popping up in the Verna Conant Gallery! In the Museum houses, there will be tours and activities to complement our feature guests! Monday: Oshawa Museum: School Days Tuesday: Oshawa Public Library Wednesday: The Livingroom Community Art Studio Thursday: The Robert McLaughlin Gallery Friday: Ontario Regiment Museum

Spring Fest Toronto

Description

SpringFest offers Toronto families an indoor fun park with the latest in children’s entertainment, games and activities taking place March 16-21, 2020. We are thrilled to be back for our 17th year of quality entertainment at the Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place. Our indoor fun park has entertainment to thrill the whole family with over 25 mechanical and inflatable rides, food vendors, a little tots area for kids under 5, arts and crafts, and 3 daily Children’s Shows. SpringFest Fun Park is Toronto’s ultimate March Break destination for Family Fun!

Nature Nuts March Break Camp

Description

Nature Nuts Camp is designed, planned and delivered by GRCA’s Ontario-certified outdoor education teaching staff. Campers aged 6-14 are invited to participate in a variety of hands-on activities, active games, group challenges, crazy crafts and good natured fun. Children will learn how to survive in the great outdoors; design, construct and test structures; create messy science experiments, and much more. To cap off this awesome week, campers will take a trip to the Ganaraska Forest Centre for a day full of exciting activities and games! 8:45am - 4:00pm (extended care available) $170 per camper/week or $37 per camper/day (HST exempt) Contact the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority today to register, or visit www.grca.on.ca and look for the Nature Nuts squirrel! 905.885.8173 /info@grca.on.ca

March Madness @ the McMichael

Description

Three days of exciting musical entertainment! Wednesday, March 18 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Visions of Turtle Island with Tribal Vision Thursday, March 19 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Together! A Global Music Experience with KUNÉ Friday, March 20 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Canada Needs You! with Mike Ford

March Madness at the McMichael

Description

Three days of exciting musical entertainment during March Break at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Wednesday, March 18 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Visions of Turtle Island with Tribal Vision Thursday, March 19 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Together! A Global Music Experience with KUNÉ Friday, March 20 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Canada Needs You! with Mike Ford Find out more at: https://mcmichael.com/event/march-madness

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

Magical March Break

Description

Join us for all things magical with enchanting crafts, games and lots more. Perfect for kids 2-12 (children must be accompanied by an adult). A March Break early morning program for children affected by autism will be offered on Sunday, March 15th from 10am – 12pm. Please email education@batashoemuseum.ca or call 416.979.7799 x 242 for more information or to register. $8 per child and $8 per accompanying adult | Free for Friends of the BSM

March Break Art Camp for Kids at Winged Canvas Art Hub

Description

March Break is a great time to learn some serious art skills and have fun at the same time! This unique one-week March Break Art Camp covers the foundations of cartooning, drawing, painting and sculpture. On our lunch and snack breaks, we'll play fun art-inspired games. Meet new friends and have tons of creative fun! On Friday, our friendly studio dogs Sadie & Pongo will join us as special guests, and we end the fun with an Art Party in the PM! March Break Art Camp Schedule 2020 Mon, Mar 16: Watercolour World Tue, Mar 17: Crazy for Cartoons Wed, Mar 18: Awesome Acrylics Thu, Mar 19: Sculpture and 3D Art Fri, Mar 20: Art with Live Animals All materials included! Full and half day options available. Two snacks per day provided.

March Break at the Museum!

Description

Every day, a new partner and new activity! Throughout March Break, Oshawa's amazing culture groups will be popping up in the Verna Conant Gallery! In the Museum houses, there will be tours and activities to complement our feature guests! Monday: Oshawa Museum: School Days Tuesday: Oshawa Public Library Wednesday: The Livingroom Community Art Studio Thursday: The Robert McLaughlin Gallery Friday: Ontario Regiment Museum

Spring Fest Toronto

Description

SpringFest offers Toronto families an indoor fun park with the latest in children’s entertainment, games and activities taking place March 16-21, 2020. We are thrilled to be back for our 17th year of quality entertainment at the Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place. Our indoor fun park has entertainment to thrill the whole family with over 25 mechanical and inflatable rides, food vendors, a little tots area for kids under 5, arts and crafts, and 3 daily Children’s Shows. SpringFest Fun Park is Toronto’s ultimate March Break destination for Family Fun!

Nature Nuts March Break Camp

Description

Nature Nuts Camp is designed, planned and delivered by GRCA’s Ontario-certified outdoor education teaching staff. Campers aged 6-14 are invited to participate in a variety of hands-on activities, active games, group challenges, crazy crafts and good natured fun. Children will learn how to survive in the great outdoors; design, construct and test structures; create messy science experiments, and much more. To cap off this awesome week, campers will take a trip to the Ganaraska Forest Centre for a day full of exciting activities and games! 8:45am - 4:00pm (extended care available) $170 per camper/week or $37 per camper/day (HST exempt) Contact the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority today to register, or visit www.grca.on.ca and look for the Nature Nuts squirrel! 905.885.8173 /info@grca.on.ca

March Madness @ the McMichael

Description

Three days of exciting musical entertainment! Wednesday, March 18 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Visions of Turtle Island with Tribal Vision Thursday, March 19 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Together! A Global Music Experience with KUNÉ Friday, March 20 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Canada Needs You! with Mike Ford

March Madness at the McMichael

Description

Three days of exciting musical entertainment during March Break at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Wednesday, March 18 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Visions of Turtle Island with Tribal Vision Thursday, March 19 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Together! A Global Music Experience with KUNÉ Friday, March 20 2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission Canada Needs You! with Mike Ford Find out more at: https://mcmichael.com/event/march-madness

Egg-quinox - Natural Egg Dying and Nest Building

Description

Celebrate the first weekend of spring at the High Park Nature Centre. We'll use natural dyes to colour eggs; we'll build nests and plant spring grass. Then we'll go for a walk to look for signs of spring!

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

LEGO Saturdays

Description

Explore what you can build using open-format LEGO – where imagination meets engineering! Ages 4+. Drop-in.

Magical March Break

Description

Join us for all things magical with enchanting crafts, games and lots more. Perfect for kids 2-12 (children must be accompanied by an adult). A March Break early morning program for children affected by autism will be offered on Sunday, March 15th from 10am – 12pm. Please email education@batashoemuseum.ca or call 416.979.7799 x 242 for more information or to register. $8 per child and $8 per accompanying adult | Free for Friends of the BSM

Spring Fest Toronto

Description

SpringFest offers Toronto families an indoor fun park with the latest in children’s entertainment, games and activities taking place March 16-21, 2020. We are thrilled to be back for our 17th year of quality entertainment at the Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place. Our indoor fun park has entertainment to thrill the whole family with over 25 mechanical and inflatable rides, food vendors, a little tots area for kids under 5, arts and crafts, and 3 daily Children’s Shows. SpringFest Fun Park is Toronto’s ultimate March Break destination for Family Fun!

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

Description

Come explore the 3rd annual Winter Light Exhibition on the West Island. Utilizing creativity, innovation, light and discovery, Ontario creators from all artistic streams will showcase their exhibits following the curatorial theme of “Cocoon“. Everyday, from 4 pm to 11 pm. Fridays through Sundays, we’ll also be hosting community bonfires, paint classes with Art Tonite and our snack shop will be open with a variety of food and beverage options.

LEGO Sundays

Description

Explore what you can build using open-format LEGO – where imagination meets engineering! Ages 4+. Drop-in.

Magical March Break

Description

Join us for all things magical with enchanting crafts, games and lots more. Perfect for kids 2-12 (children must be accompanied by an adult). A March Break early morning program for children affected by autism will be offered on Sunday, March 15th from 10am – 12pm. Please email education@batashoemuseum.ca or call 416.979.7799 x 242 for more information or to register. $8 per child and $8 per accompanying adult | Free for Friends of the BSM