September 21 to September 28
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Mark Making with Robin Nisbet 10:30 am – 1: 30 pm Cost: $35 Join artist Robin Nisbet as she takes inspiration from the Lyrical Abstraction movement to guide you into natural and impulsive mark making. Characterized by intuitive and loose paint handling, lyrical abstraction led the way away from more formal and sharper styles of Pop Art and geomet…


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Join our guides for a walk through town, Saturdays & Sundays at 11 am beginning at the gazebo in Queen’s Royal Park.  Tickets are $10 and include Museum admission.  


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An exciting new exhibit juxtaposes contemporary found object sculptures with trench art created during the First World War 100 years ago. Looking Back – Forging Forward: Trench Art & Ronald Boaks opens at the Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre on Thursday, August 15 and runs until September 29. A free reception is being held Thursday, August 15 f…


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10th Annual Queenston Harvest Festival 33 Queenston Street St. Barnabus Church Inside/Outside Saturday Sept 21st 11am-3pm FREE event Annual community based festival brought to you by the Queenston Neighborhood Association and Start Me Up Niagara as well as many neighborhood organizations. It will be a day of tasty food vendors, plus (free hotdogs…


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Artist Talk: Toronto-based artist Charmaine Lurch interrogates complex histories of humans and the environment. This exhibition presents the artist’s recent work exploring borders and boundaries, in painting, photography, sculpture and installation.


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CARL BEAM: US AND EVERYTHING AN EXHIBITION OF WORKS BY CONTEMPORARY INDIGENOUS ARTIST CARL BEAM Opening Reception: Friday, January 11 at 5 P.M. Carl Beam (Ojibwe, 1943 – 2005), born Carl Edward Migwans, is one of the most important artists in Canadian Contemporary Art History, noted as the first Canadian of Native Ancestry to have his work pur…


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Uncover cryptic tales, truths and local lore buried beneath the stones of St. Andrew’s Church in Niagara-on-the-Lake.  Can there be life after death?  The answer may yet be found… in stories of saints, sinners and long-lost heroes revived.  Participants will meet several “spirits” throughout the cemetery who wi…


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Wish You Were Here Pink Floyd Tribute Concert North America’s premiere Pink Floyd Tribute Band will take the stage with 11 muscians to capture the exact, unique, classic sound of Pink Floyd. Travelling from London, Ontario, the Wish You Were Here Tribute Concert will have the audience wanting more!


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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 St. Catharines Museum & Welland Canals Centre will be screening the black history film “Risking Everything”. The 34 minute documentary tells a story about the many ways stories are told: in song and the singers, in clay and the hands that mold it, and in the landscapes that create us. Filmed, directed, and produced by Emmy Award…




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CULTURE DAYS ACTIVITIES IN 2019 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 SATURDAY THE 28th & SUNDAY THE 29th Culture Days activities are FREE! Culture Days is a Canada-wide celebration that is the largest-ever public participation campaign undertaken by the arts and cultural community in this country. Participants are given the opportunity to get creative, get m…



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A live comedy competition where YOU get to vote for the winner! Featuring all local comedians.


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CULTURE DAYS ACTIVITIES IN 2019 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 SATURDAY THE 28th & SUNDAY THE 29th Culture Days activities are FREE! Culture Days is a Canada-wide celebration that is the largest-ever public participation campaign undertaken by the arts and cultural community in this country. Participants are given the opportunity to get creative, get m…


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The St. Catharines Museum is offering a one full-day Family History Workshop where participants will gain tools, resources, and knowledge to gather, preserve, and share their personal family histories. Topics include organizing and preserving family photographs and archival material, caring for family heirlooms, and recording family stories through…


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Elementary Watercolour Course with Peter Malaguti Painting with watercolour is different than painting in acrylics or oils. Change your way of thinking about applying pigment to a surface! Explore basic techniques and brushstrokes, washes, wet-on-dry and wet-on-wet (hard and soft edges), paper differences, paper treatments, basic composition and de…


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Get loud in the library! Kids can drop in between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm to make some noise with a variety of band instruments, including harps, horns, strings, and drums. Offered in partnership with the Niagara Youth Orchestra. Instruments provided by Long & McQuade.


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Knotslip has taken it to the next level. Playing the riffs is a feat for most Tribute acts alone, but wth the added elements of full on stage show, costumes, lighting effects and pyro displays, what more could a venue ask for… this is a full on Auditorium show in a Club… Be prepared for the onslaught display presented at Every Knotslip…

September 21 to September 28