12:00 PM| Banjo Cider
12:00 PM| Banjo Cider
10:00 AM| The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 72 Queen St. Civic Centre Oshawa, ON L1H 3Z3
Tuesdays, September 20- November 8 (8 sessions)
$80 Members / $90 Non-Members
Welcome back! Join us for this loved and popular class which is truly inspired by our exhibitions and personal reflections. We foster a multi-dimensional approach that encourages individuality and imaginative problem solving skills using quality fine art materials. Spaces are limited.
Your customers are on the web. Having a strategy for your online presence allows you to market your small business online so customers can easily find you. In this workshop hosted by the Toronto Digital Service Squad they’ll discuss the importance of getting your business online and where to start with developing your online presence.
02:00 PM| Virtual Event
In recognition of Transgender Day of Remembrance on November 20 and International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on November 25, you are invited to attend a free online restorative justice workshop with Marlee Liss, on November 8, from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Marlee Liss is an award-winning speaker, author and restorative justice advocate, who made history in the justice system when her sexual assault case became the first in North America to conclude with restorative justice through the courts. Learn more about Marlee Liss.
This workshop will discuss:
- Punitive versus restorative approaches to addressing conflict and harm.
- Strategies for weaving restorative justice into relationships, classrooms, friendships, communities and systems.
- Trauma-informed, person-first approaches to addressing harm.
- Building skills to address conflict in a transformative way that de-escalates violence and catalyzes healing for all parties involved.
- Deepening sense of community and belonging; and exploring what it means to hold each other accountable.
This workshop is presented by The Region of Durham, Durham College, Durham Community Action Group and The Violence Prevention Coordinating Council of Durham.
05:00 PM| Biltmore Theatre- 39 King St. East Oshawa, ON L1H 1B
Ska-pop-punk foursome ill Scarlett formed in 2001 in Ontario, Canada. Influenced by California ska-pop pioneers Sublime, the band took its message directly to the people in 2004 by playing via generator to a line of folks waiting to gain entry to the Vans Warped Tour. This caught the eye of promoters, who would welcome the band as an act the following two years. The band released an independent album, Clearly in Another Fine Mess, and an EP, EPdemic, before getting a major-label deal and recording time with No Doubt producer Matthew Wilder. That album, All Day with It, was released in July 2007.
Don't miss illScarlett's return to Oshawa on Dec 17th at The Biltmore Theatre w/ Nothing Special and Haddix