Events for February 17, 2021
What's On… and what isn't
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The artists in this exhibition draw attention to the art of form. Using blocks of colour, expressive line, texture, light, juxtapositions of scale, and raw materiality like glass frit and bronze, each artist champions the formal vocabulary of their medium in a novel way. A video walkthrough is available on our website.Find out more »
Canadian artist, Andrew Csafordi, introduces his latest collection of encaustic paintings – "Heartscapes: Exploring the Colourful Landscapes of the Human Heart". This exhibition and sale will take place online at andaragallery.com. Csafordi was inspired by the heart shape that is a familiar modern symbol in our daily lives and imagination.Find out more »
The Quinte West Public Library is hosting an all ages cook-off challenge in February. You are invited to make pancake art! Take a picture of your creation and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 20th to be entered into a draw for cooking-related prizes. Be sure to indicate if the entry is from an adult or child (with child's age).Find out more »
Join us for the release of a report from the Prince Edward Heritage Advisory Committee on the future of heritage in The County with special guest, Kendra Fry, of The National Trust. A link will be emailed to participants 24 hours in advance of the event. Contact email@example.com to register.Find out more »
Seems like so many online meetings and events are taking place on the Zoom meeting platform these days. Are you curious to know more about it? Join Quinte West Public Library for an information session. Learn how to set up an account and find out about the platform's features. Registration required (firstname.lastname@example.org).Find out more »
A little sleuthing can reveal your home’s history from the time the land was first granted. Darlene Walmsley leads us through the history of her home with tips on how you can do the same for your Prince Edward County-area property. Presented via Facebook Live.Find out more »
The Kawartha Youth Orchestra begins the second term of their virtual program for beginner musicians (Farm Team - ages 8 to 14 with no experience) and the junior orchestra (JKYO - ages 8 and up with some experience). Instruments are provided.Find out more »
All levels of singers are welcome to join Shout Sister! choirs for a no-obligation practice. We don't audition and we don't read music. We are currently singing together by Zoom. For more information, contact Lisa (email@example.com).Find out more »
Conservation architect Edwin Rowse will speak about the philosophy and principles of conservation and restoration underlying upcoming work on the Hudgin House on the South Shore of PE County. He will also take participants' questions about how these may apply to their own projects. Contact Megan Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register and receive a link to this Zoom meeting.Find out more »
Join Brighton's own "The History Guy", Dan Buchanan, for a dive into our local history. The Tobey book was a major undertaking, collecting local history material from a wide variety of topics and times in Brighton's past like never before. This program will be offered using Zoom.Find out more »