08:00 AM| 1180 Keith Ross Drive, Oshawa, Ontario, L1J 8P5
From celebrating novel products and tools to learning from leaders who have shattered the glass ceiling and paved the way for others to follow, this conference is geared to a diverse audience. With inspiring keynotes and panels, hands-on technical reviews, and gamified in-person and virtual engagements, another riveting experience awaits.
08:30 AM| The Goodberry 55 Baldwin Street Brooklin
Twice a month, join members and non-members for coffee to discuss business-focused topics which will be posted in advance in the Facebook group. For members, by members, this long-standing program continues its primary objective to support the business community and give them an opportunity to network and refer. Join the Java Jolt Facebook group and watch our calendar for more details. Read the full Java Jolt Guidelines here.
This webinar will provide you with information on health and safety basics, such as, employee rights and employer responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and the available free resources offered to small business by WSPS.
10:00 AM| 143 Simpson Avenue, Bowmanville, L1c 2H9
Yesterday is Melting encapsulates a relentless pursuit of public agency in the face of colonial power, systemic oppression, and increasing genesis amnesia. Each work implicates audiences to acknowledge how we observe and participate in history. Sandy Williams IV strikes a balance in tension—interplaying the untouchable and the malleable, the passage of time and the infallible memory, the transparent and the concealed.
Additional works by ANTIESTABLISHED (Kate Turner, Warren Jones, and Williams), Mariana Parisca, and Monsieur Zohore respond to Williams’ engagement in the emancipation of public space. Together their disparate works unravel common structures of power and repression in the Americas.
10:00 AM| Various Venues
small town BIG will be a multi-disciplinary arts festival with events organized by various presenters including Scugog Arts. Our goal is to create one big festival by bringing together many different arts practitioners to showcase the vibrant art scene that Scugog has to offer. The festival will feature 23 events, at 22 venues, with over 75 artists supported, and in collaboration with 14 different arts and culture presenters. Full festival program available at https://scugogarts.ca/small-town-big/
Here are a few events to look forward to:
Jazz performances from Lynn McDonald Jazz, a photography challenge with Jonathan van Bilsen, a lecture on Agatha Christie and archaeology with Amy Barron, a jewelry-making demo with Cheryl Fulcher, a drumming circle by members of the Mississauga's of Scugog Island First Nations, and a full day of blues performances by the McKenna Henderson Blues Band and VOODOO Pawn Shop, and more to come!
Market research is essential when starting a business and should be a continual process for existing businesses too. Staying up to date with the latest trends in your industry can give you a competitive edge and boost your business growth.
05:00 PM| 62 King Street West, Bowmanville
We are excited to partner with Markets By Dream Day, using their beautiful space where local vendors showcase their unique products. Get inspired to shop local! Come between 5-5:30PM to enjoy what vendors have to offer! Connect with fellow members, familiar and new! Explore opportunities and potential partnerships while enjoying light refreshments!