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10:00 AM| Pickering Museum Village
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.
July 27th – September 2nd
Available to view 10am-4pm Wednesday to Sunday with general admission.
Best known for his Toronto Star series Birdseye Centre, Jimmie Frise was born and raised on Scugog Island before rising to cartoon fame from the 1920’s – 1940’s. View a selection of works by famous cartoonist, Jimmie Frise, featuring the newly restored painting The Last Muskie. “The Lake Scugog Historical Society is pleased to have sponsored the recent restoration of this very large watercolour & ink painting by our own renowned cartoonist Jimmie Frise. Scugog Shores Museum has one of the largest collections of Frise paintings and artwork in Ontario and we look forward to seeing this piece displayed for all to see”, states LSHS president Marilyn Pearce.
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.
01:30 PM| 50 Alexanders Crossing
Join us Wednesdays for Live Quarter Horse Racing at Ajax Downs Racetrack.
Live racing and family fun all season long!
Check out our website at www.ajaxdowns.com or find us on social media!
Also check our other event days - One Sunday a month & Thanksgiving Monday for live racing, prizes, giveaways and special events.
02:00 PM| 62 Temperance St., Bowmanville ON
Sarah Jane Williams Heritage Centre (62 Temperance St., Bowmanville)
Wednesday, August 10
2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Drop in; no registration required. No charge.
Hear the story of a mysterious creature said to live in Lake Ontario! Discover how stories are passed down through generations and create your own monster mystery!
Come to the park to listen to live, great music by local musicians!
Wednesdays from July 6 to August 17 at Rotary Centennial Park and Thursdays from July 7 to August 18 at Grass Park.
Please visit our website for up to date information: www.whitby.ca/en/play/whitby-live.aspx