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Many pieces of art are gracing the Theatre's walls. L’Arche has always seen opportunities for creativity as part of a meaningful daily life. Called “Artisans of the Heart” by founder Jean Vanier, L’Arche Daybreak artists ...
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It is Joan Temple Porter's turn to have her art exhibited at Covernotes Tea & Coffee - 19 pieces of her work grace the walls. After retiring as a registered social worker in the addictions treatment field with teenagers about seven years ago. she ...
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All are invited to attend this meeting. The speaker will be John Riley, Chief Science Officer and National Director of Conservation Strategies with the Nature Conservancy of Canada. John is a past Richmond Hill Naturalists and has been active in ...
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Maundy Thursday Communion remembers the last meal Jesus and his disciples shared. Join the congregation at Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church as they share bread and wine as well as prayers and praise. Worshippers will be asked to leave in reverent ...
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Enjoy the opera right here in Richmond Hill. Artistic Director: David Varjabed Stage Director: Garbriele Graziane Carmen - Nariné Ananikyan (mezzaa-soprano, from Yerevan State Opera) Don José - Stanislas Vitort (tenor) Michaëla ...
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The clergy and people of St. Mary's Anglican Church  invite you to join them through Holy Week and on Easter Sunday as they follow the story of Jesus' death and resurrection On Maundy Thursday you may wish to attend their 7:30 pm service Access ...
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Meet and greet Karen Cilevitz, a  candidate for Ward 5,  every Thursday evening. Karen looks forward to meeting residents and enjoying engaging discussion regarding Ward 5 and Richmond Hill as we move toward Municipal Election Day, Monday, ...
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Each month on the third Friday L’Arche Daybreak has an open house. All are invited to come and meet members of the L’Arche Daybreak Community sharing about the foundation and spirituality of L’Arche 6:30 PM Doors Open 7 PM ...
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Hillcrest Mall will be open on Good Friday, April 18 from 10 AM to 6 PM for your Easter shopping needs!Hop over to Centre Court where the Easter Bunny will be ready for photos.Have your complimentary photos taken and we'll share them on Facebook!Guests ...
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Cantabile Chorale welcomes the community to its annual Good Friday Charity Benefit Concert: an encore performance of Joseph Martin's Lenten cantata, "A Time for Alleluia". This is a fundraiser for selected social service agencies in York ...
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Join the congregation at Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church for breakfast and a Good Friday Service of Word and Music. Breakfast will be served from 9:00 a.m-10:00 a.m, and the Service will commence at 10:30 a.m.Pease leave quietly to respect the needs ...
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The clergy and people of St. Mary's Anglican Church in Richmond Hill invite you to join them through Holy Week and on Easter Sunday as they follow the story of Jesus' death and resurrection: Friday, April 18 — Good Friday — Solemn ...
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Celebrate National Poetry Month in April, when the Richmond Hill Public Library joins libraries across Canada in celebration of poetry and its vital place in Canadian culture.  Poets of Honour include: Kimmy Beach, whose fifth book, The Last ...
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    This weekend at the Mill Pond Gallery see the original artwork of Richmond Hill Group of Artists talented members Sue Foerster and Archie Maghsoudloo. Drop by the gallery to meet the artists and see their unique and expressive ...
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Come enjoy some tea and scones and browse the gallery and craft rooms.  There are some beautiful work displayed. It's only open Saturday and Sunday 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., and tea is served from 1 to 4 pm.
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Often we are incapable of expressing true passion in words. Through the marriage of poetry, images, and orchestral masterpieces, we take you on a sonic journey of “Ineffable Passion.” Through her world travels and involvement in charity and ...
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The McConaghy Computer Club Forum is a place for Older Adults 55+ to meet and share computer experiences, discuss problems and issues, tips and solutions. Learn from their volunteer computer instructors and receive hands-on experience following the ...
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Join the community at Richview Manor for the afternoon and make a little landscape quilt with Diane! Diane has been quilting for years but her real love is making art quilts! She runs two Modern Quilt Guilds and is also a member of Kingcrafts Studio. ...
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All are invited to experience the art of Sue Foerster and Archie Maghsoudloo at "Subtle Nuances", on display at the Mill Pond Gallery from April 19 - 21,  from 11 am - 5 pm. Live music accompanies the art! Jenna DeHaan and Rob Wessel will play ...
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The clergy and people of St. Mary's Anglican Church in Richmond Hill invite you to join them through Holy Week and on Easter Sunday as they follow the story of Jesus' death and resurrection. The Sunday of the Resurrection —  services at ...
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Free for RHGA Members/ $10.00 for Non-Members  ALL WELCOME! DON CAVIN Demo – Monday April 21 ...
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Join the congregation at Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church to celebrate Christ's Resurrection on Easter Sunday. The sanctuary will be decorated with Easter flowers and the music of Easter will soar with Resurrection Joy!
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Easter will be taking place April 20th this year. Easter is celebrated the Sunday after the first full moon in spring. Easter can be as early as March 22 and as late as April 25. Easter is a long weekend, with people having the Friday and sometimes ...
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Congratulations to Luc Déry and Kim McCraw from micro_scope production company for their at the Canadian Screen Awards. Their film, Gabrielle, the Quebec coming-of-age drama that was Canada's official selection for Oscar foreign-language film ...
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The Historical Society's own members, Greg Hunter and Dinah Cruse-Hunter will be presenting the final segment of their 3 part annual series (2012 – 2014) explaining the ongoing historical and political events that linked the battles, the allies ...
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Tree debris (including branches greater than 1.2 m long and 10 cm in diameter) left behind on private property from the Ice Storm can be brought to the curb until Monday, April 21. Crews will be systematically moving through town to remove this larger ...
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