May 10 to May 17
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An exhibition of selected items from the permanent collection presenting local artists of national significance whose works recall local history, culture, and geography. Curated by Visual Arts Alumna, Emma German. Exhibition: Saturday Jan. 27, 2018 - Sunday Jan. 20, 2019 Gallery Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 10 am to 5 pm Thursday: 10 a…


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Opening March 14 2018 This exhibition explores the eclectic visual history of Niagara Falls, centered on images and representations of the iconic site as an early, and widely-depicted, tourist destination. The works on display showcase various media – paintings, prints, etchings, guidebooks, and some early photography – spanning from the nine…


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As an enduring and popular subject for European-trained artists, depictions of First Peoples convey the world view of the colonizers. The artworks on display in this exhibition provide insight into European attitudes and perceptions of Indigenous people. The Samuel E. Weir Collection includes many such representations, and even some rare works by I…


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CONTRASTING VIEWS by Barry Smith for the month of May at the beautiful Lock Street Brewing Co. in Port Dalhousie.  Join us May 10, 6-9pm for the Opening Reception with multi Niagara Music Award winner Cory Cruise.


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Socialize in the Gallery chatting with friends new and old, or break away to step into the Walker Room for 45 minutes to participate in the evening’s chat. This Month Special guest speaker Sonia Wilkinson will give a short talk entitled How to Critique a Painting.


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Poetry Takes the Nite 2018 Located at The Black Sheep Lounge in Welland Come listen to some amazing poetry from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. the last Saturday of every month! On from January 27th to November 24th!


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Forest scenes are interesting and change with each season. Fall scenes, in particular, are what attracted the Group of Seven to Northern Ontario forests and rivers. In this workshop, we will explore light, shadows, mixed colours, values, gradation and contrast. Participants have always enjoyed painting this scene that can be adapted to your style o…


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Louis Armstrong said it best; “What a Wonderful World”. Join Chorus Niagara’s Children’s Choir as they perform inspirational songs about the beauty we see in our world, and the beauty we see in each other. This concert is sure to lift your spirits with songs including John Rutter’s classic, “For the Beauty of the Earth”, Craig…


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All aboard! Come join us on this journey to discover the little but mighty of all instruments, the piccolo! I think I can, I think I can, I know I can.  Featuring Sara Traficante, piccolo and Ryan Baxter, piano. Ticket Price: Adults $8 online or $10 at the door, Children FREE Doors open at 10:00am when light refreshments will be available f…


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Held on the Third Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm.  $10 or free for Niagara Historical Society Members. This year’s series focuses on the unique story of Camp Kosciuszko, the Polish training camp in NOTL during the First World War. • March 15 | Piotr Wrobel - A Long Way to Freedom: Poland Before 1918 • April 19 | Paul Valasek - Halle…


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Classic Albums Live and its roster of A-list musicians from across the country who rock favourites exactly as you remember hearing them. Live, note for note, cut for cut. Supertramp’s third studio album, Crime of the Century was both their commercial breakthrough and their critically-acclaimed masterpiece. With the hits “Dreamer” and “Bloo…

May 10 to May 17