Monday Nov. 20, 2017

Arts & Entertainment

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Kleinburg - A retrospective exhibition of the work of the late Miller Brittain, curated by McMichael Canadian Art Collection CEO Tom Smart  will be opening at the public gallery on November 16th. 
Toronto - The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is proud to announce the 15th annual Studies in Silver Lecture, The Clarkson Cup: Lord Stanley Move Over! on Thursday, November 1, 2007.
Toronto - The TTC encourages everyone to take the Better Way to the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair from November 2nd to the 11th.
Toronto - On Wednesday, October 31,, 2007, the Church Wellesley Village BIA will host the 2007 Church Street Halloween Festival. This event will take place on Church Street, between Wellesley Street East and Alexander Street, from 6 p.m. - 1 a.m.

ROM Sundays

Toronto - The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is pleased to resume its popular program, ROM Sundays, with live music, cultural performances, complimentary newspapers, ROMkids activities and more all included with Museum admission.
Kleinburg - The Art of Robert Bateman, a major retrospective exhibition that explores the work of Canadian wildlife artist Robert Bateman has enjoyed record attendance since it opened September 1st at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. The popular exhibition will be extended to Sunday, November 4th. It was originally scheduled to close on Sunday, October 28th.
Toronto - The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is pleased to resume the extremely popular ROM Friday Nights with a variety of cultural programming, access to all galleries and exhibitions and half-price admission every Friday from 4:30 to 9:30 pm.
Toronto - Tickets are stil available for the All-Time Argos cocktail reception and dinner, in which the All-Time Argos team will be unveiled, all in support of the Sick Kids Foundation.
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) presents a fascinating new fall season entitled A Season of Canada, an enticing mix of Canadian art, culture and history that explores Canada’s heritage from East to West opening to the public on October 6, 2007.

Hurricane on the Bayou

Toronto - Opening on October 12, 2007 at the Ontario Science Centre’s Shoppers Drug Mart® OMNIMAX® Theatre, Hurricane on the Bayouwill leave audiences with a greater appreciation for the need to restore the city, an understanding to protect the vital wetlands and a respect for the people and their spirit.
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