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View images from the Archives of Ontario collection and selected artifacts from the Town of Richmond Hill collection celebrating athletic heritage! This exhibit celebrates those leading moments and personalities in Ontario sports history, and the ...
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Merk Photography presents Portraits of Giving: a unique photographic presentation created to celebrate people in our community who reach beyond their busy lives to give to others.  This year's theme: A lifestyle of giving back. Richmond Hill's ...
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The Farmers' Market is set up on the south end (facing Carrville) of the parking lot at Hillcrest Mall. There is a very good assortment of fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables,  including locally grown tomatoes , garden plants, maple syrup ...
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Meet and greet Karen Cilevitz, Your Candidate for Ward 5, every Thursday evening! Karen looks forward to meeting you and enjoying engaging discussion regarding Ward 5 and Richmond Hill as we move toward Municipal Election Day, Monday, October 27th, ...
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The Family Life Education's Parents of Teens group explores positive parenting - an approach to raising teenagers that promotes appropriate development and behaviours. Topics covered include: Role of parents in the teenage years Encouraging ...
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Enjoy a warm summer evening out with this unique outdoor cinema experience. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy a free movie under the stars! Pre-movie fun begins at 7 p.m. Movies begin at dusk (approximately 8:15 p.m.) Movies are projected ...
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A free, five-week parenting skills program for expectant couples and parents who have children 0-6 years of age. Topics to be covered include: The Importance of Parents in Child Development, Discipline Anger Management and Conflict ...
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If you like walking, you’ll love Nordic Pole Walking!! Meet on Wednesday evenings for a 1-hr walk.  If you do not have poles and wish to join in, feel free to come and walk anyway! Benefits of Nordic Pole Walking include: Works 90% of ...
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The Concerts in the Park series is one of the great joys of summer in Richmond Hill - now in its 40th exciting year!  Tonights entertainment ~ Tom Jones and Neil Diamond Tribute Band Concerts are weather permitting and cannot be ...
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IncrediBrent will amaze you with his fast paced, funny and fully interactive magic show!   Age group: 4-10 years. For safety reasons, children under the age of 11 must be accompanied by an adult to the program room for drop-off and ...
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Networking works! Bring your business cards to this after-hours Chamber of Commerce event! Cost: Members - Free with preregistration. Walk-ins will be charged $10 Future Members - Pre-registered and  Members and Walk-in: $20 No shows will ...
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Pack up your knitting projects, ideas, and sense of humor and enjoy the evening with others who share the same craft. A great opportunity to trade patterns, share ideas or just socialize with new friends. A facilitator is on hand to offer assistance ...
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Come enjoy the summer with a visit to the Mill Pond Gallery.  The gallery is open Thursday (6:00 pm to 9:00 pm) when there are concerts in the park.  In July the local artists featured are: Alexandra Conrad Haleh ...
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Cool Summer Praise services are happening again this year on Thursday evenings at 7:30 pm during the months of July and August in the William Wallace Memorial Hall of the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church - yes, it's air conditioned! Sermon topics ...
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A series of twelve Meetups: Thursdays, June 5th to August 21st, 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm Canadian Academy of Therapeutic Arts 120 Newkirk Avenue, Unit 12, Richmond Hill Subject for July 31st: Third Dimensional Systems that are holding us back. How to ...
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Have you ever wanted to make a sock puppet? Come out and use your imagination to make an animal, a monster, or anything else you can think up!   Limit of 15 children. For safety reasons, children under the age of 11 must be accompanied by an ...
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Create a masterpiece using sponges, your fingers, marbles and more. . Wear your old clothes and be ready to get creative.  Limit of 20 children. For safety reasons, children must be accompanied by an adult to the program room for drop-off and ...
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York Singles Club is York Region’s #1 Social club for singles over 50. They provide many activities and have a membership of approximately 120 people. Activities include: Dances Biking Euchre Bridge Bowling Media ...
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The Observatory is open on most weekends from the end of June until the end of October. It's your chance to see the Universe! If the sky is clear, volunteers from the RASC, Toronto Centre will set up their telescopes on the lawn of The DDO, targeting ...
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People living in Oak Ridges are invited to drop by for a Meet and Greet to share their ideas, suggestions and concerns with Trifon Haitas, their Municipal Candidate for Ward 1 Councillor. Trifon has these Meet and Greets the 1st Sunday of every month ...
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