Wednesday, October 15, 7pm – Uxbridge-Scott Historical Society presents Ted Barris and his book, The Great Escape: Presentation and book signing with author and educator Ted Barris discussing his latest book, The Great Escape. At the Uxbridge Historical Centre, 7239 Concession Rd. 6. All are welcome to attend, light refreshments, donations appreciated. www.uxbridgehistoricalcentre.com for details.
Friday, October 24, 7pm to 9pm – Fright at the Museum, Haunted Village and Scavenger Hunt. Interactive and family appropriate with some scary content. $2/person at the door. Last entry at 8:30pm. At the Uxbridge Historical Centre, 7239 Concession Rd. 6. Visit www.uxbridgehistoricalcentre.com for details.
Tuesday, October 28, 7 to 9pm – Museum Lecture Series presents PROO(F): Paranormal Researchers of Ontario. Learn all about paranormal research and ghost hunting, including equipment and research methods, and view fascinating footage from Proo(f)’s previous paranormal research. Might not be suitable for children. Light refreshments, by donation. At the Uxbridge Historical Centre, 7239 Concession Rd. 6. Visit www.uxbridgehistoricalcentre.com for details.
Wednesday, November 5th, 7 to 9pm – Uxbridge-Scott Historical Society presents the Uxbridge Legion Pipe Band. Hear the Pipe Band and learn about its history. All are welcome to attend, light refreshments, donations appreciated. At the Uxbridge Historical Centre, 7239 Concession Rd. 6. Visit www.uxbridgehistoricalcentre.com for details.
Village Voices, directed by Joan Andrews, presents a selection of love songs in anticipation of Valentine’s Day. With vocalist Sharon Smith and her group. Choral Café refreshments and Aunt Sarah’s delicious chocolates will be available.
Wednesday February 12, 2014 – 7:30 PM
Please join us in the Rehearsal Hall, upstairs at the Cornell Community Centre, 3201 Bur Oak Avenue, Markham.
Tickets: Adult $20 Sr/St $15. Children 12 and under free. At the door, call 905-294-8687 or email email@example.com
Visit villagevoices.ca for more info. Donations for the Markham Food Bank are appreciated.
The Handmade In Uxbridge Christmas sale
at the Blue Heron Studio
(behind Blue Heron Bookshop on Toronto St in Uxbridge)
We hope to see you all for Pleasurable and Unstressed Christmas shopping, you will surely find Unique and Lovely pieces made by local artists and artisans!
Come and join us for the opening event at 2-5pm, or later in the sale
to visit the
Dec 7 to 21, 2013
Sparkle Sale Opening Reception
Saturday December 7. Join us from 1 to 4 p.m.
Art and crafts from local artisans are on display until December 21 at the Scugog Council for the Arts Gallery, located at 181 Perry Street, right next to the township office.
Join us on Saturday December 7 to meet and greet some of the artists who have work on display and for sale at this years’ Sparkle Sale. Gallery hours are Tuesday to Saturday 12 – 3 p.m.
Scugog Council for the Arts
181 Perry Street, Port Perry, ON L9L 1B8
“I look at the piece of stone until I see a shape in it, then I just chip way everything that’s not that “Shape”. – Stuart Blower – 2013
For me the ability to change a lump of stone into a specific shape and form is very satisfying. It’s a control thing, I enjoy the fact that I can shape the rock to my will and produce a three dimensional form where non existed before.
My first piece was a small, Haida myth inspired soap stone carving affectionally named Igor, who has a permanent place in our living room. He took me a year to complete, working with a wood carving knife. I finished him just in time to go back to Bancroft, Ontario to buy another piece of soapstone for my next project, which also took a year to finish. Since then, my output has increased and I am now able to work with bigger, heavier materials such as marble and granite, using air powered tools.
This season, OnStage Uxbridge and Director Andy Fiddes are offering up something a little different from the repertoire normally seen at small Canadian theatres. A wonderful play named RED – which – for those who keep tabs – is a 2010 Tony Award winner, and up until this year has played only in large urban venues. Until this Fall one had to travel afar to see RED. A full purse or a wallet full of plastic would likely be necessary – RED has been presented in Chicago, Vancouver, London – well you get the idea- in big expensive cities.
RED is a compact, serious, highly concentrated play and it deals with an incident in the life of Mark Rothko one of the pioneers of American abstract expressionist painting in the 1950s. The cast is small – two actors only – allowing for a wonderful counterpoint and dramatic tension which starts early in the play and continues unabated until the very end.
RED is opening at the Music Hall Thursday Nov 28th, 29th & 30th (Fri also has a student matinee) and Thurs Dec 5th, 6th & 7th. (Sat Dec 7th also has 3:00pm matinee). All evening shows start 8:00pm. Think about coming to the Gala Friday Dec 6th 6:30.
Tickets can be purchased on line at www.onstageuxbridge.com or the Little Acorn in Uxbridge. If you need more information call Anne Wilde on the Onstage Uxbridge tel. 905-904-0895.
Wine $5 tax in, complimentary ord’eurves, tea, coffee. Friday Dec 6 is also adjudication night. You are invited to stay for the public after show adjudication.
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Saturday, November 16, 2013 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Vellore Village Community Centre • 1 Villa Royale Avenue, Woodbridge
SB Visual Media is pleased to extend the attached invitation to visit “Vaughan Of A Kind Art & Craft Show” where Artist – Stuart Blower is showing his newest Stone Carvings and Fine Art Photography, along with unique Jewellery Trees created using stone and brass.
To preview his work go to stuartblowerartist.com
Special Exhibit at the Uxbridge Historical Centre: The Dowling Scrolls
On display Sept. 14, 15, 27 & 28, 2013
Visit the rare and remarkable Dowling Scrolls, an over 400-foot-long and 7-foot high painted canvas featuring biblical scenes and ancient scenes and cities, spread over 4 scrolls. This amazing work of art, rarely seen on public display, was painted by Uxbridge’s Reverend James Dowling in the 1870s. The Dowling Scrolls will be on display at the Museum September 14, 15, 27, & 28. This special exhibit is included with regular admission and includes a tour of the museum’s 10 heritage buildings and new travelling exhibit. ‘Freemasonry: A History Hidden in Plain Sight’. The museum is located at 7239 Concession Rd. 6, just north of Brock Street and open for tours Wednesday to Sunday and holidays from 10am to 4pm. For more information visit the museum website www.uxbridgehistoricalcentre.com or contact the museum at 905-852-5854 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outdoor Art Workshop for Youth at the Uxbridge Historical Centre
September 29, 2013 10am-2pm
Free event, pre-register
Youth (ages 10-14) can sign up for this free Culture Days event taking place at Uxbridge Historical Centre, Sun., September 29 from 10am-2pm. Bring your art supplies and learn the technique of creating art “en plein air” (in the open air) from two prominent local artists. Participants will be inspired by the vibrant, early Fall colours of our scenic view on Quaker Hill and the beautiful grounds and buildings of the Museum. At the end of the workshop, participants will host an art show for family and friends and bring home their new works of art. Some art supplies are available for use, but if you have your own supplies you are encouraged to bring them. Contact the Museum to pre-register. For more information visit the museum website www.uxbridgehistoricalcentre.com or contact the museum at 905-852-5854 or email@example.com.
…a fundraising event for the Oak Ridges Moraine Land Trust
Saturday, June 8 — Uxbridge Music Hall — 7:00 p.m.
Featuring: Uxbridge’s own
Darrin Davis Band
and CCMA multiple Award winning
With Master of Ceremonies: Stephen Leahy
Tickets at $30 each
Blue Heron Books : 62 Brock St. W., Uxbridge,
OR call the Trust office : 905-833-3171 ext 30 reserve by credit card
With special thanks to: the John & Pat McCutcheon and Gosling Family Foundations
& High Fields Country Inn and Spa
Viktor and Judith Tinkl, Ron Baird and Sarah Cowley, Ruth Oppenheim and Lorne Shapiro, Sarah Tacoma and David Marshak, Robin Bain and Andy Malcolm.
Law Office Art Gallery
Saturday May 25, 2013
85 River St