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10:00 AM| Pickering Museum Village
Dream big and try something new! Young artists will explore a variety of art media including painting and printmaking, relief and 3D sculptures, as well as drawing materials. This themed camp encourages campers to invent, explore and discover art in creative new ways. This camp is inspired by special exhibitions.
OTHER UPCOMING SESSIONS
- Aug 15 to August 19
09:15 AM| 30 Bellwood Dr, Whitby, ON L1N 8M4
Our Expressive Arts Camp Program for children ages 5-12 utilizes a mindfulness-based approach that promotes connection and individual expression. Each week, we get creative with different art forms and produce new art projects daily. We take part in mindfulness activities and energetic games and fun. We create an inclusive, safe space where participants can learn more about themselves and others through the art making process.
We recognize the value of small group sizes to maximize safety, individualization, and a high-quality art-making experiences for our campers.
10:00 AM| 143 Simpson Ave., Bowmanville, L1C 2H9
In the exhibition Sutures, Eve Tagny and Emii Alrai have stitched together duelling notions of a wound across explosive times and physical space. After injury, a suture weaves broken pieces back into a whole. Its bands pull together, forcing two lacerations to meet as the body recovers from incision. Though rough and imperfect, these markings imply a severing that at once imprint signifiers of new life and healing.
More consumers than ever before are turning to online shopping for greater convenience, safety, and variety. In this webinar, the Toronto Digital Service Squad will teach you the basic steps to setting up an online store. We will cover everything from what you need to prepare before launching a store, to choosing an e-commerce platform, to providing excellent customer service online. You’ll finish this session feeling excited about how e-commerce can help you reach new customers and expand into different markets.
01:00 PM| 30 Bellwood Dr, Whitby, ON L1N 8M4
Bloom: Adults with Varying Abilities/disabilities is a mindful, fun and inclusive summer camp experience. Bloom offers a safe and connected environment to participate in art making through an exploration of a variety of art mediums and processes. We will play, express ourselves, our creativity, and engage within the community. We want our participants to make meaningful connections while having fun with expressive arts.
We focus on a mindful approach to programming to best suit the needs of the individual. We use a low skill high sensitivity approach and require no past art experience before participating in this program.
Our camp sizes are intentionally capped at lower numbers (8 per session) while offering different date options. They also have the option to be in-person for sessions, virtual, or a hybrid of both. We recognize the value of small group sizes to maximize safety and individualization so we can provide a high quality camp experience for everyone attending. All people 18+ with disabilities are welcome.
We are offering Mindful Mondays, Trillium Tuesdays, Wacky Wednesdays, Thoughtful Thursdays and Feel-good Fridays. Every Mindful Monday session is themed around art activities that promote mindfulness and grounding. Tranquil Tuesdays are focused on art and nature. Wacky Wednesdays are focused on abstract and eccentric art activities. Thoughtful Thursdays art activities are focused around gratitude, love and reflection and Feel-good Fridays are focused around our favourite things, interests and happiness!
We will be offering 6 weeks of programming from Monday July 11th to Friday August 19th.
Participants can sign up for individual sessions.
Virtual Bloom Sessions:
- Monday: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
- Wednesday: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
- Friday: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
In-person Bloom Sessions:
- Tuesday 1:00pm – 3:30pm (3:30 – 4 pick-up)
- Thursday 1:00pm – 3:30pm (3:30 – 4 pick-up)
01:00 PM| 30 Bellwood Dr, Whitby, ON L1N 8M4
Our Expressive Arts Camp Program for teens aged 13-17 utilizes a mindfulness-based approach that promotes connection and individual expression. Each week, we get creative with different art forms and produce new art projects daily. We take part in mindfulness activities, energizing games, and fun.
We create an inclusive, safe space where participants can learn more about themselves and others through the art-making process.
We recognize the value of small group sizes to maximize safety, individualization, and a high-quality art-making experience. Therefore, our program sizes are intentionally capped at lower numbers.
Running weekly from July 4th to August 26th, Monday to Friday.
Driftwood Theatre Group returns to the road with their annual The Bard's Bus Tour presenting King Henry Five, running throughout Southern Ontario from July 14 - August 21, 2022.
An ambitious adaptation of three Shakespeare plays (Henry IV pts 1 & 2, Henry V), King Henry Five is a powerful story about community, the families we inherit and those we choose, and the legacies we leave behind.
Set against the backdrop of an contemporary patio bar and featuring Driftwood’s signature blend of music, puppetry and Shakespeare’s captivating poetry, King Henry Five rolls into outdoor community spaces across Ontario this summer.
This compelling saga will be told with a cast of only five performers. Led by Driftwood’s Founding Artistic Director, D Jeremy Smith the cast includes celebrated Canadian theatre veteran Hume Baugh (Our Town, Theatre Rusticle) as Falstaff, Richard Alan Campbell (14 productions, VideoCabaret) as Quickly/Henry IV, Ximena Huizi (Rosalynde, Driftwood Theatre) as Poins/Hotspur, and emerging theatre artists Rosalie Tremblay (Trafalgar 24, Driftwood Theatre) as Catherine/Bardolph and Ben Yoganathan (Romeo & Juliet, X University) as Hal/Henry V. The production is designed by Julia Kim (A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Driftwood), and features seven original songs with lyrics by Germaine Konji (2020 Musical Stage Company Banks Prize) and music by Kelsi James (A Musica Midsummer Night’s Dream. Driftwood Theatre).
Tickets for King Henry Five are now on sale online at driftwoodtheatre.com. In keeping with Driftwood Theatre’s vision of theatre for all people, all tickets are available for Pay What You Can Afford admission. Audiences are invited to select from four one of four set admission prices ($5, $35, $50, $75) which best suits their circumstance.
Driftwood Theatre brings accessible, live, outdoor theatre across Ontario. Whether it’s Shakespeare or contemporary playwrights, Driftwood produces professional theatre that reflects a uniquely Canadian experience. www.driftwoodtheatre.com
07:30 PM| Scugog Shores Museum Village
Brenda wants to end her life, but Duncan makes her a deal: if he can make her laugh, she’ll give life another shot. There’s just one catch: Duncan isn’t funny. At all.
Theatre on the Ridge in Port Perry presents Punch Up by Kat Sandler – July 26th to August 6th!
Punch Up celebrates iconic moments in classic comedy – showing just how far we’ll go for a laugh!