Events for March 17, 2021
What's On… and what isn't
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Trenval's Small Business Centre invites small business owners to a webinar with Liaison Officers from the Canada Revenue Agency. They will discuss some of the COVID-19 tax measures and demonstrate the online calculators. Pre-register for this free online event.Find out more »
Check out this exhibition of new works by Canadian artist Hiba Abdallah. Inspired by her excavation of Clarington’s historic archives, Abdallah looks back 100 years into the municipality’s documented history, finding diary entries, political documents, and newspaper headlines with uncanny similarities to the present moment.Find out more »
Public Space is the Loft Gallery's ambitious new community-oriented exhibition. Tables, chairs, rooms, plinths, and other physical elements are co-designed and planned for each installation, making a continuous and iterative process that will change each time you visit.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 »
Seventh Town is returning to the Old Church Theatre for a St. Patrick’s concert which you’ll be able to watch from home. Homemade dinner for two featuring traditional Guinness pie, a bottle of wine and beer can be ordered (by March 15th) for curbside pickup at the church on the 17th (3-7 pm). Concert-only tickets are also available.Find out more »