Planet Ice: Mysteries of the Ice Ages
Explore the power of ice and cold in shaping the world we live in today. Produced by the Canadian Museum of Nature, this world-premiere exhibition features more than 120 real specimens, amazing models and artifacts.
Journey across more than 80 000 years of Earth’s history! Meet animals adapted for cold—some long extinct, others still alive today. Discover the lands lost long ago under the world’s oceans. We are still living in an ice age, but the planet is changing. For the first time in human history, we could soon be living on a planet with no polar ice sheets and no glaciers.
Through engaging exhibits, multimedia and some ”magical” moments, explore some of these mysteries and reflect upon how humans are not only part of the problem, but also part of the solution.
Friday March 11th
Dione Taylor @ Oakville Centre
Dione Taylor is a Canadian blues, roots, soul and jazz singer/songwriter, born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. Dione calls her music “Prairie Blues”, which is a mixture of Roots, Blues, Gospel and Americana. She is influenced by vocalists such as Aretha Franklin, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Son House and Sarah Vaughan. She released her first album, Open Your Eyes, in 2004, and it was nominated for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year at the Juno Awards.
Virtual Live Stream Event
PROSPECTS @ Burlington Student Theatre
PROSPECTS brings together local enthusiasts of art and dance with choreographers for an evening of collaboration.
7:30 p.m – 10:30 p.m.
2131 Prospect Street, Burlington, ON
Saturday March 12th
Planet Ice @ Ontario Science Centre
Grab your heaviest parka and prepare for a chilly journey through time with Planet Ice: Mysteries of the Ice Ages!
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
770 Don Mills Road, Toronto, ON
Maple Town @ Mountsberg Conservation Area
It’s the sweetest time of year at Conservation Halton! The Mountsberg sugarbush has been producing maple magic for more than 150 years and educating the public for over 40 years. The park will tap about 300 sugar maples this spring and the crystal-clear sap will be magically transformed into sweet maple syrup in the Sugar Shanty. F Fun Daytime and Evening Events. Register Online here
9 a.m. – 5 p.m or 5 p.m -10 p.m
True or False @ Joseph Brant Museum
True or False? The Fun Science Exhibition invites visitors to use their critical senses to use their reasoning skills to assess a range of topics in order to separate fact from fiction.
10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
1240 North Shore Boulevard East, Burlington, ON
Dinosaur Drive Thru @ Bingemans
Something has survived! Lifelike dinosaurs have escaped their enclosures and are back at Bingemans. Re-discover the era lost to time with even more roaring dinos of Jurassic size, some as big as 30 feet high!
10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
425 Bingemans Centre Drive, Kitchener, ON
Sunday March 13th
Spring Tide Bulb Show @ Gage Park Greenhouse
The Spring Tide Bulb Show is a journey to an oasis with beautiful flower displays and the smell of spring. Hundreds of spring bulbs will be on display at the Gage Park Greenhouse. This annual event occurs in March and the themes change annually. The Spring Tide Bulb Show is located at Gage Park Greenhouse.
9 a.m – 5 p.m.
1000 Main Street East, Hamilton, ON
Soul Circle @ Moonstone Collective
A women’s soul circle focused on cultivating your inner Goddess through rituals such as meditation, sound healing and connection. This month’s circle is all about creating boundaries on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level. So many of us are leaking energy, or allowing energy vampires to drain us.
1 pm – 4 p.m.
the space oakville
323 Kerr Street – unit 102, Oakville, ON
Beyond Van Gogh @ Hamilton Convention Centre by Carmen’s
Through the use of cutting-edge projection technology and an original score, Beyond Van Gogh breathes new life into over 300 of Van Gogh’s artworks
10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
1 Summers Lane, Hamilton ON
Featuring Corbetts Ski + Snowboard
Corbetts Ski+Snowboards has been in business in Oakville since 1941. Bud Corbett started his business 81 years ago by selling sporting goods out of his trunk. From a parking lot he wove a name and brand into the Oakville community that we’ve all grown to know and love.
In 1967 he sold the business to a long time employee Ken Brown. It was Ken who had the vision of introducing skiing and winter sports to the fold, a move that would forever cement the store’s legacy in the community and surrounding areas. Still true today, Corbetts is widely regarded as Southern Ontario’s perennial retail source for skiing and snowboarding.
When Ken decided it was time to retire, Kim Brown (Ken’s daughter) and her husband Chris Tymstra took over the store in 1996. Chris and Kim have fostered a family first approach and have continued the winning formula of exclusively selling ski and snowboard products. Corbetts’ has been online for 15 years and has built a solid online presence and reputation.
Located at 120 Speers Road, Oakville, ON
@corbettssnow on Instagram
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Arbourview is one of the prettiest streets in Westmount. The south west side backs on to ravine. There’s a beautiful trail through the forest and beside the stream. I love to walk through with Chai. If you are considering buying or selling in the neighbourhood, I know it well!
Let me know how I can assist you and have a great weekend everyone!
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