The Uxbridge Public Library is compiling a special cookbook to commemorate our 125th anniversary, and YOU are invited to submit a recipe! Cookbook to be available before Christmas, a great gift idea! If interested, please bring your recipe (in writing) to the Adult Desk at the library, OR email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30!
Please include with your recipe: Your name, phone number, and which category fits your recipe: Appetizer, Main Course, Dessert, Preserves.
Feel free to include a picture if you wish. One entry per person only.
For further details or questions, contact Pamela Noble: 905 852 9747.
Uxbridge Historical Centre (Museum and Archives) is looking for intermediate or advanced crafters in beadwork and crochet. We would like to offer beginners beadwork and beginners crochet workshops this fall at the Museum, and you could be the teacher!
You do not need any previous experience teaching beadwork or crochet to classes, but should be confident that you could successfully teach your craft to beginner-level participants in a workshop setting.
The museum will promote, advertise, and sell tickets to your workshop, all you need to do is create a lesson plan and teach the class! We will also buy all materials needed for the workshop. In payment for your time and instruction, we will offer you a percentage of the workshop proceeds, or a pre-determined amount.
Also, if there is another heritage craft you are expert in that you think would be an interesting Fall workshop, please contact us with details.
For more information, please contact Uxbridge Historical Centre, (905)852-5854, or email@example.com.
Uxbridge Historical Centre
P.O. Box 1301
Uxbridge ON L9P 1N5
September 5th 2012 at 7:30
Village Voices of Markham invites choristers to participate in an Open Rehearsal to read through John Rutter’s “Gloria” and excerpts from Handel’s “Messiah”. We will be performing the “Gloria” at our Christmas concert on December 1, 2012 and the complete “Messiah” with the Kindred Spirits Orchestra on December 15, 2012, at Markham Theatre. All voices are welcome, particularly tenors and basses. For details please call 905.472.6435 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For additional information relating to the submission of entries, please contact Nadia Vidiri at email@example.com or 905.832-8585 ext. 8288.
Entries including all support material must be received in full by Friday, October 21, 2011.
NO auditions required
People are from the community
Proceeds go back to the community
Must be 19 or older
What a great way to give back and have fun at the same time!
START UP MEETING AND REGISTRATION
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
UXBRIDGE SECONDARY SCHOOL
DRAMA ROOM (245)
Aug 27 12 p.m. to Aug 28 1:00 p.m.
You’re invited to shoot Uxbridge and it’s residents for any part of ONE Special Day
Send In Your best Photos
Show us what’s happening in Uxbridge for 25 hours of the day.
A special 25 Hour Photo Project Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of The Celebration of the Arts
Open to anyone taking a photograph in the township of Uxbridge Photos will be displayed at the Celebration events, specifically the Gala evening.
for more info:
contact Stuart Blower 905-852-2729
MAY 1st & 2nd, 2010
(DEADLINE Sept 4th, 2009 for artist application to participate)
The artists of the Lake Scugog Spring Studio Tour invite local and guest artists to participate in our 11th Annual Tour on the weekend of May 1 & 2, 2010 at studios in the Township of Scugog. The picturesque town of Port Perry is our central location situated one hour Northeast of Toronto.
Artists in all media are invited to apply for jurying – fibre, clay, glass, wood, metal, photography, paintings, mixed media and more.
Our Tour is a free, self-guided journey that is held on the first weekend in May each year. Using an illustrated brochure with map to guide them, visitors drive around the Township to our homestudios as spring reawakens the landscape. Visitors can ask questions and get to know us on our home turf. They can not only acquire memorable art pieces but also have a glimpse of the ‘artist’s life.’ Every September, 30 to 40 artists are selected by jury and placed at about 20 studio sites.
From September to May, the artists meet monthly to orchestrate a symphony of tasks that make the tour successful. The whole effort is sustainable, because it is run as an artists’ co-operative; everyone has a job to do.
The results of all this effort are truly remarkable, as our many new and repeat visitors will attest. They come from a wide area encompassing Southern, Central and Eastern Ontario.
For more information about this highly successful and professional tour visit http://www.scugogstudiotour.ca/
For Site Artists and Guest Artists
LAKE SCUGOG SPRING STUDIO TOUR
May 1 & 2, 2010
Submission Deadline – September 4, 2009
Call for Entry application forms are now available for the 2010 Lake Scugog
Spring Studio Tour (LSSST). Artists in all media are invited to apply – visual arts,
fibre, clay, glass, wood, metal and mixed media.
This will be the eleventh year that the Tour will enable area artists to open their
doors to the public and allow visitors a glimpse of the creative process and
technical skill behind the finished work on display.
Some of Scugog’s finest artistic talent will exhibit their work, either in their own
studio or as a guest with another artist. The LSSST also welcomes guest artists
from outside Scugog, enhancing and energizing the tour for both participants and
visitors. Once again, the Tour will be juried, and artists are invited to submit a
complete application for consideration.
The Lake Scugog Spring Studio Tour has gained recognition as an outstanding
tour, not to be missed by visitors from the surrounding areas as well as further
afield from the Greater Toronto Area. Many come to meet the artists in their
home studios and also to enjoy a meal or shop in Port Perry.
Deadline for submission is September 4, 2009. For more information on the
LSSST, contact Diane Beach, 705-786-1897 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The application is also available on the web site: www.scugogstudiotour.ca and
at the following Port Perry locations: the Scugog Memorial Public Library (Water
Street), Meta4 Gallery (Queen Street), and Framer’s Gallery (Queen Street).
Our Past is Showing:
New Art Inspired by Artifacts
September 10 – November 8, 2009
Scugog Heritage and Archival Centre
1655 Reach St.
Port Perry, Ontario.
Artists and craftspersons in all media are being invited to participate in this unique exhibition which connects Scugog’s local heritage to its current vibrant arts community.
Yesterday’s necessities become inspirations for today’s creative expression in Our Past is Showing: New Art Inspired by Artifacts, the inaugural exhibition at the new Scugog Heritage and Archival Centre, curated in partnership by the Scugog Council for the Arts and the Scugog Heritage and Archival Centre.
Drawing inspiration from existing artifacts in the Scugog Shores Museum’s collection, selected artists will create a new original work which will be then be exhibited alongside the original artifact in the gallery space of the new Scugog Heritage and Archival Centre at 1655 Reach St in Port Perry. All artist work is to be for sale.
Interested artists are invited to attend an Artifact Viewing and Lottery on Tuesday, May 19th at the Scugog Shores Museum, 16210 Island Rd., Port Perry.
Once selected, artists will be required to observe the following timeline:
For more information, please contact Carey Nicholson, Scugog Council for the Arts at email@example.com or 905 985-4914 or Shannon Kelly, Scugog Shores Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905 985-7346 ex. 147.
Attention Durham musicians and performers!
You are invited to join us for a Durham Tourism video shoot live at the Oshawa Centre during March Break. Test your vocal skills and be part of the new Durham Tourism commercial, to be broadcasted on Rogers TV this spring!
Durham Tourism is hosting a special live music showcase at the Oshawa Centre on Saturday, March 14, 2009 for all musicians in Durham Region. Durham Rocks is a jingle participation showcase in which local talent will have the opportunity to perform their version of Durham Tourism’s jingle on stage, in front of Rogers TV cameras.
Participants will have a chance to be featured in Durham Tourism’s upcoming promotional video by simply performing their own version of the Durham Tourism jingle. Feeling creative? You can even write your own music and lyrics!
Just include our slogan, “good natured, good times” in your masterpiece. Remember to make it original and you may get the chance to become the new voice of Durham Tourism!
All participants will be entered into a draw to win a selection of $1,000 in prizes including Oshawa Centre Gift Cards and lots of other cool swag. On the event day, each participant can pick up a free Durham Tourism Prize Package and complimentary t-shirt.
When: Saturday, March 14, 2009 (first Saturday of March Break) 10a.m. to 6p.m.
Where: Oshawa Centre – Centre Court (in front of Old Navy)
Please visit www.durhamtourism.ca to listen to the jingle and register
605 Rossland Road East
PO Box 623
Whitby, ON L1N 6A3