Dundas Cactus Festival

Dundas Cactus Festival

Com celebrate this exciting 3-day festival. Occurring every 3rd weekend in August, ‘Cactus’ attracts visitors from across the nation and… More >

Com celebrate this exciting 3-day festival. Occurring every 3rd weekend in August, ‘Cactus’ attracts visitors from across the nation and is the unofficial ‘homecoming’ event for any and all who have lived in the community. Continuing to evolve and expand, the FREE family fun festival runs for 3 days and includes 3 entertainment stages, event zones and over 100 street vendors. Lots of free attractions for all ages: music, live entertainers, Kids Zone, demos, great vendors and a baby contest!

Location Dundas Postal Outlet; PO 65601, Dundas, L9H 6Y6

Web http://www.dundascactusfest.ca


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  • Passions of the Eye - Exhibition

    McMaster Museum of Art presents "Passions of the Eye" and exhibition of exceptional art from 12 Hamilton & Region Private… More >

    McMaster Museum of Art presents "Passions of the Eye" and exhibition of exceptional art from 12 Hamilton & Region Private Collections. The group of works include a range of Contemporary Canadian and Inuit artists, international historical and contemporary works, as well as remarkable early 19th century furniture.

    McMaster Museum of Art
    McMaster University

    Admission is free
    Museum is open: Tue/Wed/Fri 11am-5pm; Thu 11am-7pm and Sat 12-5pm

    Location 1280 Main St. W, Hamilton, L8S 4L6

    Web http://museum.mcmaster.ca


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  • First Nations Art 2015 Exhibition

    Join the Woodland Cultural Centre on May 15th at 7:00pm as they open the Annual First Nations Art Exhibition for… More >

    Join the Woodland Cultural Centre on May 15th at 7:00pm as they open the Annual First Nations Art Exhibition for the 40th year!

    This year's featured artist is Elizabeth "Betts" Doxtater who will be showcasing her work alongside other emerging and established First Nations artists in one of Canada's longest running First Nations art exhibition.

    Free admission to event but donations are welcome. Live music and light refreshments provided.

    Location 184 Mohawk St., Brantford, N3T 5V6


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  • Brad Isaacs Exhibition

    "The Visible Universe, Including the Fires of Hell" is the title of an exhibition of recent photography, collage and video by… More >

    "The Visible Universe, Including the Fires of Hell" is the title of an exhibition of recent photography, collage and video by Hamilton-born artist and curator, Brad Isaacs.  His art highlights the complex relationships between animal research, hunting, colonialism and masculinity. Admission is free.
    McMaster Museum of Art
    McMaster University

    Location 1280 Main St. W, Hamilton, L8S 4L6

    Email museum@mcmaster.ca

    Web http://museum.mcmaster.ca


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  • Celebrate Lilacs!

    Join us for weekends in May and June at the Arboretum. Your senses will be overwhelmed by the spectacle of… More >

    Join us for weekends in May and June at the Arboretum. Your senses will be overwhelmed by the spectacle of over 700 varieties of the scented shrubs. Stroll through the beautiful Lilac Walk and spread out a picnic blanket at the bottom of Lilac Dell for total relaxation. Learn about everything in bloom at the Discovery Cart each weekend.

    Location 680 Plains Rd. W, Burlington, L7T 4H4

    Web https://www.rbg.ca/events


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  • Yarn Bike Milton

    Main Street Yarns is decorating bicycles with knitted/crocheted pieces as an ART project t honor and bring awareness to the… More >

    Main Street Yarns is decorating bicycles with knitted/crocheted pieces as an ART project t honor and bring awareness to the games, and specifically the track cycling portion held in Milton. We plan to get as many bikes decorated as possible and place them all over Town. It will be volunteer supported. Come support and Yarn your bikes on your lawn!

    Location 1264 Main Street E, Milton, L9T 8M7

    Email mainstyarns@gmail.com

    Web http://www.mainstyarns.com


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  • Jewellery & Lapidary Classes

    Robert Hall Originals offers a wide variety of jewellery making classes and lapidary classes from beginner to advanced levels. Jewellery:… More >

    Robert Hall Originals offers a wide variety of jewellery making classes and lapidary classes from beginner to advanced levels.

    Jewellery: Wire Art, Beading, PMC, Viking Knit, Pearl Knotting, Chain Maille, Silver Fusing

    Lapidary: Cut & Polish a Stone, Facet a Cabochon

    See all classes and details at http://www.roberthalloriginals.com/?persona_id=9 

    Sign up for a class at inquiry@roberthalloriginals.com

    *Custom times for classes can be arranged for you plus a minimum of 3 friends, contact us for details. 519-448-1236

    Location 138 Sugar Maple Rd., St. George, N0E 1N0


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  • Illuminations : Italian Baroque

    Visit the art gallery of Hamilton for this amazing display before it's gone. Illuminations is the first comprehensive exhibition examining… More >

    Visit the art gallery of Hamilton for this amazing display before it's gone. Illuminations is the first comprehensive exhibition examining the breadth of Italian Baroque painting in Canadian public collections. The exhibition explores how light and shadow were central to the creation of dynamic theatrical pictures. Featuring many of Canada's foremost Baroque pictures, the exhibition examines a culture -- similar to our own -- that was captivated by theatrical display.
     

    Location 123 King St. W., Hamilton, L8P 4S8


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  • Mountain Bike Skills Zone
    Kelso Conservation Area

    The Skills Zone acts as a welcome mat to mountain biking and offers opportunities for riders of all ages on… More >

    The Skills Zone acts as a welcome mat to mountain biking and offers opportunities for riders of all ages on all types of bikes to learn and practice bike handling in a planned safe natural environment that allows skill succession through progression based features that are all within a dynamic self taugh environment. This zone will also include portable feature elements such as wooden bridges, wall rides, and teeter totters. Supported dirt structures and rocks will be used to connect the elements and provide for a continous safe ride. 10 bikes will be offered for people to try the sport and staff will provide demonstrations and education.

    Location , Milton

    Web http://www.conservationhalton.ca


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  • History Hacker

    History Hacker, History Maker - Victorian Design and Thinking in the 21st Century" brings together the work of local artists,… More >

    History Hacker, History Maker - Victorian Design and Thinking in the 21st Century" brings together the work of local artists, makers and history lovers in a participatory and interactive environment. Combining technology, design, maker culture and Steampunk aesthetic it allows visitors to explore Victorian technology of the past and how that technology could be used today. The exhibit features the work of local artists and makers whose work spans a variety of mediums interspersed with strange and curious artefacts from the museum's collection. 

    Time 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Location 900 Woodward Ave., Hamilton, L8H 7N2

    Email steammuseum@hamilton.ca

    Web http://www.hamilton.ca/museums


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  • Quiver
    Theatre Aquarius

    A woman spills a family secret. She relives and reinvents her past as a plucky girl with a bow and… More >

    A woman spills a family secret. She relives and reinvents her past as a plucky girl with a bow and arrow, as her sweet sixteen rebellious sister, and as her brassy single mom struggling to keep up. A breathtaking drama by Hamilton’s Anna Chatterton, Playwright-In-Residence at Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre.

    May 28, 29, 30 2015

     

    Time 12:00 am

    Location 190 King William St, Hamilton, L8R 1A8

    Web http://www.theatreaquarius.org/OnStage/season.html


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