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Songwriting and Creative Dance for Kids

County Arts Lab 206 Main Street, Unit 1G, Picton

This is a new offering - a collaborative 6-week songwriting and choreography project! Every week, Musician Kat Burns will guide participants as they explore sound and sonic textures through experimentation with a variety of effects pedals and keyboards. For 3 of the 6 classes, Kat will be joined by Dancer and Choreographer Arwyn Carpenter, who will lead participants through creative dance exercises.

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Cobourg Farmers’ Market

Rotary Harbourfront Park 35 Albert Street, Cobourg, Ontario

We're back every Saturday at the Oval for our 2022 season. Lots of fresh, locally grown produce, sweet, sweet fruits, yummy baked goods, cheeses, as well as tasty prepared foods to take home or enjoy right there. Plus we'll have a kids zone, live music, and a monthly artisan crafts market!

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Pure Joy Dance for Children with Hollie Graham

Empire Inn & Suites 6 Stanley Street, Bloomfield

Learn how to have fun with music! Hollie Graham brings joy to dancing with a class focused on fun movement, and dance numbers. This is a 10-week class that runs on Saturdays. Each class is 45 minutes long and is geared to children between the ages of 3 and 7. Hollie has been inspiring the love of dance in children and adults for more than two decades. She has trained in several forms of dance with a focus on technique and artistry.

$100.00

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Firelight Lantern Festival in Picton

Crystal Palace 375 Picton Main Street, Picton, Ontario

The Department of Illumination is ready to light up the night with a special anniversary edition of The Firelight Lantern Festival, a cherished Prince Edward County tradition since 2013. This year, for the first time, the festival has expanded to two magical evenings of arts and music with the theme The Enchanted Forest. On Friday, the Firelight Lantern Festival will be a 19+ evening. Saturday sees the return of the Firelight Lantern Festival’s beloved Lantern Parade in an all-ages event starting in Benson Park and making its way to the Crystal Palace.

$20.00
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Pure Joy Dance for Children with Hollie Graham

Empire Inn & Suites 6 Stanley Street, Bloomfield

Learn how to have fun with music! Hollie Graham brings joy to dancing with a class focused on fun movement, and dance numbers. This is a 10-week class that runs on Saturdays. Each class is 45 minutes long and is geared to children between the ages of 3 and 7. Hollie has been inspiring the love of dance in children and adults for more than two decades. She has trained in several forms of dance with a focus on technique and artistry.

$100.00
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Kids’ Creation Club 1: Caricature & Cartooning (ages 5-8)

County Arts Lab 206 Main Street, Unit 1G, Picton

In this course, participants aged 5-8 will learn and practice the art of caricature and cartooning through a series of super-fun, hands-on exercises and find inspiration through examples of the work of historical and contemporary cartooning and caricature artists, as well as live demonstrations.

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Kids’ Creation Club 2: Caricature & Cartooning (ages 9-12)

County Arts Lab 206 Main Street, Unit 1G, Picton

In this course, participants aged 9-12 will learn and practice the art of caricature and cartooning through a series of super-fun, hands-on exercises and find inspiration through examples of the work of historical and contemporary cartooning and caricature artists, as well as live demonstrations.

Recurring

Firelight Lantern Festival in Picton

Crystal Palace 375 Picton Main Street, Picton, Ontario

The Department of Illumination is ready to light up the night with a special anniversary edition of The Firelight Lantern Festival, a cherished Prince Edward County tradition since 2013. This year, for the first time, the festival has expanded to two magical evenings of arts and music with the theme The Enchanted Forest. On Friday, the Firelight Lantern Festival will be a 19+ evening. Saturday sees the return of the Firelight Lantern Festival’s beloved Lantern Parade in an all-ages event starting in Benson Park and making its way to the Crystal Palace.

$20.00
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Lights up, PLAY on! (Ages 6-8)

County Arts Lab 206 Main Street, Unit 1G, Picton

A little bit of Seuss, a little bit of Santa and a whole lot of wacky whimsical holiday fun! From drama games to warm-ups, memorization, rehearsing, costumes, and more, participants will learn how to prepare and put on a short holiday-themed variety show for their families to enjoy during the last class.

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Pure Joy Dance for Children with Hollie Graham

Empire Inn & Suites 6 Stanley Street, Bloomfield

Learn how to have fun with music! Hollie Graham brings joy to dancing with a class focused on fun movement, and dance numbers. This is a 10-week class that runs on Saturdays. Each class is 45 minutes long and is geared to children between the ages of 3 and 7. Hollie has been inspiring the love of dance in children and adults for more than two decades. She has trained in several forms of dance with a focus on technique and artistry.

$100.00