10:00 AM| Pickering Museum Village
08:00 AM| C/O 360 Columbus Rd E
We are having a community yard sale to help raise funds for The Charles H. Best Building on the Best Campaign. You're invited to join us on Saturday June 11, 2022 at our property at 360 Columbus Rd E. Whitby, ON. The main intersection is Thickson Rd and Columbus Rd (north Brooklin)
For more information, please email, firstname.lastname@example.org
09:00 AM| 1420 Conc 4, Beaverton, ON
The Welder's Wife Outdoor Market Day is held Saturday June 11, 2022 from 9-3
We are a rural Small Business and are hosting 30+ Local Vendors and Artisans, and we'll have a Foodtruck too
Every Vendor is unique and different from each other, a portion of their fee will go to a local charity
You won't want to miss this one, it's always a good time to come out and enjoy the countryside while supporting local
We have some very talented Artisans in our Community
11:00 AM| 99 Athol Street East
The Wadded UP! Monster Truck Tour is on a collision course for Oshawa when they drive into the Tribute Communities Centre on Saturday, June 11, 2022. You gotta be there!
Nationally recognized Monster Trucks including Bucking Bronco, Wadded Up, Canadian Crusher, and more.
Plus meet the drivers and get up close with the HUGE Monsters at the Pre-show Pit Party. Be sure to get your Monster Truck Ride Tickets...that's right you can take a ride in a REAL MONSTER TRUCK.
- VIP Pit Party - 11:00am - 11:45am
- Access included with VIP event tickets.
- Pit Party - 11:45am - 1:00pm
- Pit Party Passes can be purchased and an event ticket is also required to gain access to the venue.
- Show Starts - 1:30pm
11:00 AM| Esplanade Park, One The Esplanade, Pickering, ON L1V 6K7
Artfest will be back in person for 2022, in Esplanade Park. Residents can enjoy browsing through an open-air market while experiencing the sights and sounds of artistic expressions. New this year, we are extending the artist market to three Saturdays in Esplanade Park!
Saturday, May 28, June 4 and June 11
11:00 - 5:00 pm
Kick Off Celebration – May 28th
- Over 50 Artists/Artisans selling and showcasing their work
- Live entertainment by Pickering Community Concert Band, Lexy the Rapping Dad, Need Some Koi,
- Hands on Activities from PineRidge Arts Council, Station Gallery, Pickering Public Library, Pickering Camps
- Drawing Lessons from Artist, Judith Jewer
- Charity BBQ by The Canadian Progress Club, Durham Region Women
- Plant Sale by the Pickering Horticultural Society
- Student Art display by Durham Catholic District School Board Schools
Artist Market – June 4 & 11
- Over 50 Artists/Artisans selling and showcasing their work
- Live entertainment
- Charity BBQ by The Canadian Progress Club Durham South
02:00 PM| Union Cemetery, 760 King Street West
Join the Oshawa Museum on the second Saturday afternoon in May, June, July and August to tour through Oshawa’s largest cemetery, Union Cemetery. Each month, a different section or theme will be explored; Oshawa Museum guides share stories of well-known citizens and of everyday people who made Oshawa the community it is. The tours begin at 2pm at the front gates of Union Cemetery.
Led by staff of the Oshawa Museum, in partnership with Union Cemetery, on the Second Saturday in May, June, July and August: May 14, June 11, July 9, August 13; tours start at 2pm
Oshawa Union Cemetery, located at 760 King Street West. It is recommended that participants park at the nearby Oshawa Civic Recreation Complex (99 Thornton Road South) as parking at Union Cemetery is very limited (5 minute walk)
Cost: $5/person or free for members of the Oshawa Historical Society.
This tour runs rain or shine!
04:00 PM| Clarington Central Secondary School, 200 Clarington Blvd., Bowmanville
Canadians Invited to ‘Move and Be Moved’ with the Return of In-person Relay For Life Events to Support and Honour People Affected by Cancer
On Saturday, June 11th the Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life, an annual event that brings together communities across the country to change the future of cancer, will safely welcome participants at various in-person events across Canada, including residents of Durham Region. Relay For Life Durham – a merger of the Relay For Life Clarington and Oshawa events – welcomes the Pedal for Hope Durham team to their opening ceremonies this year.
Open to all ages, this year’s Relay For Life will incorporate time-honoured components including an opening ceremony with inspiring testimonials, the first lap to honour Participants of Hope, and a Luminary Ceremony to honour and remember loved ones.
The Canadian Cancer Society is committed to following all public health guidelines and recommendations to protect people living with cancer, as well as all other event attendees, volunteers, employees, and supporters.
Relay For Life Durham will be taking place at Clarington Central Secondary School, 200 Clarington Blvd., Bowmanville, on Saturday, June 11th from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
For more information or to register for the event, visit www.RelayForLife.ca/durham
07:00 PM| The Biltmore Theatre - 39 King St. East, Oshawa
The Troubadour Concert Series (TCS) is a free, all ages concert series featuring the best of the Durham Region music scene.
The Troubadour series runs every Saturday until July 16 at the beautiful and historic Biltmore Theatre in downtown Oshawa. No tickets required. First come, first served.
TCS producer Rick Kerr presents:
Saturday, June 18 - "Metal Night" with Last Demand, Crawl, Valyear, and Judgement
Saturday, June 25 - "Celtic and Canadiana Night" with Poor Pelly, The Irelands, and The Doozies
Saturday, July 2 - "Multicultural Songwriters' Night" with LA The Second, Nickola Magnolia, and Delon Om
Friday, July 8 - "Rock Night" – with Stone Temple 90s, Far From Infamy, and Nothing Serious
Saturday, July 16 - “The OMAs Nominees Night” – Featuring 2022 Oshawa Music Award Nominees in the "Best Emerging Artist" category: Anthony Brown, Cameron Tania and Delon Om as well as past OMA Winner Nathan Carr with the Nathan Carr Band.
Get full event details and information on performers at the Troubadour Series Facebook page.
10:00 AM| 2365 Concession Rd 6, Greenwood, ON L0H 1H0
The Pickering Museum Village invites you to a FREE community event to celebrate the launch of The Anne & Maud Experience.
Join us for a day all about Anne, with lots of fun activities and celebrations to enjoy. Tour the village, sample hand-blended tea, and even contribute to our community art project. A perfect outing for all ages!
The Anne & Maud Tourism Route is funded in part by the Province of Ontario and Government of Canada, Department of Heritage.
A huge thanks to our partners Central Counties Tourism, Durham Tourism, Discover Uxbridge, Leaksdale Manse, The Bridge Social, Blue Heron Book Store, and OpenStudio Art Café.
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