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On loan from the Welland Historical Museum, the Heritage Centre is pleased to offer this opportunity to travel back to the 1800s to learn about slavery, the escape route referred to as the Underground Railroad, and the challenges freedom-seekers faced ...
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Cafe en Passant loves crepes. Each spring they create special crepe menus. Enjoy!   Taxes and gratuities are extraPlease call 905 883-0575 for reservations
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Artists Myrna Titleman, Helen Litras, and Jean Roberts invite you to join them for a coffee and to see lovely works in oils, acrylic and watercolour. The gallery is open 11 am to 5 pm both Saturday and Sunday. Plenty of parking available in the ...
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It is time to make plans for your children for summer.  Roma Crafts offers flexible, comprehensive and varied art classes. The summer camp hours are from 10 to 1 pm, Monday to Friday.  The cost is only $30 for each course each ...
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Venez d'un festival du sirop d'érable authentique - Cabane à Sucre* Soupe aux Pois* Jambon à l'érable * Omelette* Fèves au lard * Patates * Tartelettes au sucre * Crepes au sirop d'érable * Grillades ...
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Richmond Hill Christian Community Church, English Congregation is moving to Alexander MacKenzie Secondary School while their existing Sanctuary is being renovated. RHCCC is a non-denominational church. Services will be held at that location at 9:00 am ...
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Are you interested in having a healthy environment in Richmond Hill? On March 30th Richmond Hill council stated it's Declaration of Citizen's Right to a Healthy Environment.  This is part of David Suzuki's Blue Dot campaign.  It is essential ...
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 Shamanism is a term referring to beliefs and practices in regards to communication with the spiritual world. “Shamans” are intermediaries or messengers between the human and spirit worlds. Their method of contacting the ...
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Join the congregation in the Sanctuary, as they celebrate the 100th anniversary of the installation of the pipe organ. It will be a night of piano, organ and vocal solos and duets. Expect the unexpected! Come and enjoy! There will be a free will ...
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York Symphony Orchestra presents "Classical Origins", with Guest Artist Michael Dassios on Clarinet. Programme includes: Beethoven - Fidelio Overture Mozart - Clarinet Concerto Brahms - Symphony No. 3 Tickets:  $15.00 - $30.00. Purchase ...
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Sick Kids Hospital touches the lives of countless children each day. Many children in the community have been treated and quickly restored back to good health with their help. Sick Kids Hospital needs support in their unrelenting efforts to help ...
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If you like walking, you’ll love Nordic Pole Walking!! Meet on Monday 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 body ...
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Potrait in Pastel – Guo Yue Dou Demonstration: Monday, April 20, 2015 – 7:00 pm to 9:00 pmWorkshop: Sunday, May 17, 2015 – 9:30 am to 3:30 pm GuoYue Dou is a full time artist, and devotes his time to creating inspiring ...
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Part of Kadampa Meditation Centre Canada Monday Meditation Series. Rose Hirano will teach on particular aspects of the mind and help participants understand its different parts and how it functions. Participants will then be able to identify and ...
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A 5-week group for family caregivers of the chronically ill to help them prevent burnout by processing the challenges and grief they are experiencing. This group is also open for any individuals who are feeling challenged in the work they are doing ...
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Based on the graphic novel by Posy Simmonds, "Gemma Bovery" is the tragicomic story of the life and death of an English expatriate in Normandy, drawing many parallels to Gustav Flaubert's Madame Bovary. Tickets: $10 in advance and $12 at the door. ...
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The Richmond Hill Historical Society has invited the Assistant Curator at Toronto’s First Post Office, Kate Akerfeldt to give a presentation about this important and interesting part of our history.In 1833, York was undergoing exponential growth, ...
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Do you love music? Do you love to have fun? Are you looking for ways to tone up for Spring? Start your week right with a Zumba® class! Zumba® classes are Latin-inspired dance-fitness classes. This "exercise in disguise" is set to ...
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Do you want to know how people are contributing to the well-being of the community and let others know how you are contributing? Connecting the Community meets weekly and is facilitated by Marj Andre, director of OnRichmondhill.com.A ...
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Presented by the Arthritis Society, this workshop will teach members about strategies for living well with Osteoarthritis.  More specifically, members will learn: Information about osteoarthritis of the hip and knee How to relieve pain and ...
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Join artist Michelle Richards-Clermont at Covernotes Richmond Hill! Smiles, fresh roasted coffee, home baked treats, create an atmosphere in which you'll want to linger and connect with others. See you there! Location: Covernotes (10268 Yonge ...
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The Krasman Family Support Program runs a Family Support Drop-In Night on the 1st Sunday and 3rd Tuesday of each month. The Family Support Program offers resource services to families of psychiatric survivors. The philosophy of the program is that ...
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This is the Club's annual Toy-Making Night. You will be provided with some basic equipment and supplies to hand-craft toys for your feathered friends. Feel free to bring bird-safe toy-making supplies and equipment (hot glue guns, utility knives, ...
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Theatre ARTS Mackenzie presents A Midsummer Night's Dream on April 22nd and 23rd at 7:30 p.m.  Students in the grade 10 and 11 Theatre ARTS class will perform Shakespeare’s classical tale of forest and court adventures. Join this ...
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Please come out and support the annual fundraising event for the AIDS Committee of York Region25% of all sales from lunch and dinner at the selected restaurants will go directly to supporting the AIDS Committee of York Region. Two locations in ...
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Tree planting events are a great way for the whole family to participate and improve the natural environment in our neighbourhoods. Come out to the beautiful Oak Ridges Community Centre and be inspired by the beautiful natural surroundings. To ...
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This month's Lunch and Learn features guest speaker Robert TerSteege of the Parkinson Society of Ontario. Please call the church office at 905-884-3606 to register. Cost: Freewill offering.
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Native plants can add dazzling elements of colour and shape to any garden!  You will leave this workshop with the inspiration and know-how to create your own natural garden oasis. Note: This program replaces Gardening for the Birds, which is ...
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What better way to celebrate Earth Day? Join the community at Richmond Hill Retirement Residence and make a beautiful Spring planter to take home with you! Space is limited! RSVP to 905-770-4704.
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Are federal cutbacks to research programs depriving Canadians of vital information? View the "Fifth Estate" documentary "The Silence of the Labs". Open discussion and coffee to follow. For more information, email office@rhuc.org.
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