Events Calendar

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    Sunday February 22, 2015 - 00:00 am — Joseph Schneider Haus - Kitchener
    Glass Art of Laurie Spieker. Laurie's appreciation for glass moved her through stained glass and into the warm realm of fused and kiln-formed glass. Her current body of glass art is based on close observations of nature. Wednesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. Adults $2.25, Seniors/Students $1.50, Children $1.25, Family $5 Exhibit continues to April 26.
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    Saturday March 07, 2015 - 10:00 am — TheMuseum - Kitchener
    Come experience the world as it was millions of years ago. Dinosaurs | The Edge of Extinction uncovers a century of research about both Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus Rex – two of the most well-known dinosaurs – and how they lived until the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction. It will reveal the interdependence between the species, their environment, and the forces that shaped both their life and extinction. Through new, technology-based interactive stations you will get to see the world through the eyes of different dinosaurs, learn how a Pterosaur flies, and walk among these giants. Meet THEMUSEUM’s dinosaur family and interact with an infant Triceratops and T-Rex, and have your bravery tested when you take part in a newly developed program that allows you to come face to face with a walking, roaring dinosaur.
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    Saturday March 07, 2015 - 10:00 am — TheMuseum - Kitchener
    The Canadian Council Art Bank has been collecting work by the best Canadian artists of our time for over forty years, becoming the world's largest collection of contemporary Canadian art. The Art Bank shares its collection through art rental and outreach programs which sees approximately 3,000 works on display at various locations each year. But rarely are the works that depict subjects who are naked, nude, or unclothed exhibited, pieces which make up a large percentage of the collection. THEMUSEUM is displaying almost a hundred of these works that range in date, media, subject and styles. The exhibit encourages the audience to explore themes that will differentiate the pieces from those conventionally considered objectifying, pornographic or controversial. It is designed to educate, entertain and give viewers an engaging experience to explore contemporary Canadian art that the country has been so reluctant to publicly display. These unique works will challenge perceptions, create discussion and ultimately determine: do you GET Naked?
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    Wednesday March 11, 2015 - 10:00 am — TheMuseum - Kitchener
    Holocaust Remembered is an installation made possible through collaborations between THEMUSEUM, The Stratford Festival, and The Stratford Perth Museum. This photograph-based installation features black and white portraits by Toronto-based photographer Jason Schwartz. The portraits will be accompanied by oral histories from survivors and original artifacts from the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre. This year marks the 70th anniversary of European liberation from Nazi occupation. Through this installation, visitors will be given the opportunity to reflect on how these events still affect the lives of people today. The stories that will be presented will allow for reflection and remembrance regarding the tragic event that took the lives of millions. Experience the inspirational true story of Anne Frank - Innovative staging brings new life to this timeless drama of courage, compassion and the indomitable human spirit, now playing at the Stratford Festival. The perfect adjunct to your Museum experience.  
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    Thursday April 09, 2015 - 09:00 am — Waterloo Lutheran Seminary - Waterloo

    Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, at the corner of Albert Street and Bricker Avenue in Waterloo, hosts an exhibition entitled “Resurrection through the photographic lens” featuring works by seven members of the local photography collective Foto:RE. The show's 16 images will be on display at the seminary weekdays 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. until May 15, 2015. The exhibition is part of the Art on the Wall program organized by the seminary's Kanata Centre for Worship and Global Song. For details contact Mirko Petricevic at

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    Saturday April 18, 2015 - 11:00 am — Waterloo Region Museum / Doon Heritage Village - Kitchener
    A celebration featuring Water activities. General admission rates apply. General admission rates apply.
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    Monday April 20, 2015 - 13:30 pm — Waterloo Region Museum / Doon Heritage Village - Kitchener
    Dave Shultz - Learn about the role the Grand River Conservation Authority plays in protecting and managing our most precious resource, water. The Grand River Conservation Authority manages water and other natural resources on behalf of 39 municipalities and close to one million residents. The Grand River flows 300 km through southwestern Ontario from the highlands of Dufferin County to Port Maitland on Lake Erie. Single ticket price is $8 plus HST. Member’s discount applies. Advance tickets only.
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    Wednesday April 22, 2015 - 07:30 am — Lamb’s Inn Parking Lot - Cambridge
    Get your toonies ready this Earth Day and drive through the annual rare Road Toll! It’s voluntary, of course, but we encourage the 12,000 cars a day that travel through the rare reserve along Blair Road, to swing in the parking lot and get to know us. We have free coffee in the morning and baked treats in the afternoon. Staff collect donations in change buckets and handout info about rare. It’s always nice to see a friendly face, and we keep things moving so if you know anyone that travels the area, encourage them to stop too! 2 shifts: 7:30am-9am and 3pm-5:30pm Register online at or call 519-650-9336
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    Wednesday April 22, 2015 - 18:00 pm — Slit Barn, rare ECO Centre - Cambridge
    Looking for a great way to get involved on Earth Day and make a positive environmental impact? Come out to rare and celebrate Earth Day by helping with our Earth Day Clean-up. With 12,000 cars driving down Blair Road each day, there is an ongoing need to help keep the property clean and the litter to a minimum. This event is FREE! Gloves and garbage bags provided! Register online at or call 519-650-9336
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    Thursday April 23, 2015 - 00:00 am — Revera Retirement Living: Victoria Place - Kitchener
    The Revera & Reel Youth Age is More Film Program is a unique filmmaking workshop that will bring together youth and older Canadians in a creative collaboration to produce short films. In this FREE program, you will work with a small group to create films that explore the fascinating and un-told stories of 10 seniors from your community.

    In this program you will:

    • Learn how to plan, shoot, and edit a short film • Work creatively with a small group of peers • Help tell the stories of elders in your community • Have a ridiculous amount of fun!

    Ten young people (13-29 yrs old) will be chosen to participate in this project.  We are looking for youth who are excited about filmmaking and interested in exploring film as a tool for social change. The program is completely free and we welcome any level of experience! Meals will be provided.

    This is a 6-day program. The dates are:

    Apr 23-24 ~  4pm – 8pm Apr 25-26 ~ 10am – 4pm May 2-3 ~ 10am – 4pm
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