March 22 to March 29
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The Arts in Medicine (AiM) program at the Walker Family Cancer Centre (WFCC) in Niagara Health System (NHS) is inviting Artists from the St. Catharines arts community to take part in the Art on Loan program, as well as the opportunity to participate as Guest Artists. Art on Loan is a project that features loaned artwork from local artists…


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Join us in the gallery each month for a presentation by a local resident, followed by a lively discussion about the life and times of a famous or infamous person from the past. 28 Jan Suzanne Hebert: Shah of Iran, Pt 2 25 Feb Sheila Hill: Rex Whistler 25 Mar David Sydor: Lloyd Dennis 22 Apr Betsy Masson: Hannah Peters Jarvis 27 May Michael Clark:…


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The Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Brock University presents Dr. Brian deRuiter speaking about The Knights Templar and the Grail: Exploring Narratives of Rosslyn Chapel. This event is free and open to the public on March 27, 2019 in Goodman School of Business Room 308 (GSB308). Light refreshments served and all welcome.


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In the Spring of 2019, Old Fort Erie will be presenting a series of four speakers and a re-enactment focused on the 18th Century history of Old Fort Erie. The 1764 fort and the growing community around the military post is the first English settlement in Ontario. The authors will discuss the soldiers, settlers and Indigenous people in the area betw…


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“We DIG the Shickluna Shipyard: Toward Re-engaging St. Catharines’ Maritime Past” The evening will feature an illustrated talk providing an update on the latest developments in the on-going archaeological investigation of the site of the shipyard of Lewis Shickluna From ca 1835 until ca 1890 Shickluna operated the most prolific…

March 22 to March 29