The CHCH Community Calendar is an on-air and online listing of events happening in and around your community.  Events will be added daily, so be sure to check in often for upcoming events and activities your whole family will enjoy!

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* Courage Polar Bear DipCourage Polar Bear Dip

Loc: Coronation Park, Oakville, ON. Join hundreds of dippers and thousands of spectators as they take the plunge into the icy cold waters of Lake Ontario to help provide clean water in developing countries.

* Project Red RibbonProject Red Ribbon

MADD Canada’s Project Red Ribbon is your holiday reminder to commit to sober driving. Don’t drink and drive. Help support MADD Canada and all of their activities… Donate today.

* St. Catharines MuseumSt. Catharines Museum

Loc: 1932 Welland Canals Parkway, St Catherines, ON. Holiday Heritage Programming at the Museum during the winter school break! Fun and family-friendly activities all week long.

* Winter Festival of LightsWinter Festival of Lights

The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights turns Niagara Falls into a winter wonderland, with over three million sparkling lights along a 5+km route, grand holiday displays throughout the city, and unique Niagara Falls events.

* Lakeside Festival of LightsLakeside Festival of Lights

Loc: Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, ON. Over 60 festive displays light up Burlington’s Spencer Smith Park through the holiday season. It’s a magical sight for the whole family, especially the young at heart.

* Christmas in Pioneer SpiritChristmas in Pioneer Spirit

Time: 12:00 pm

Loc: Battlefield House Museum & Park (77 King St. W, Stoney Creek, ON). Gather your family together and step back in time to experience the warmth, welcome and simplicity of an early 19th century Christmas.

* New Year’s Day Levee New Year’s Day Levee

Time: 3:00 pm

Loc: Navy Hall, 305 Ricardo St, Niagara-on-the-lake, ON. Ring in the New Year with Fort George and Parks Canada with an official toast and cannon salute!

* Magical Lights Of MiltonMagical Lights Of Milton

Time: 5:30 pm

Loc: 876 Willow Ave , Milton, ON. Sit in the warmth of your vehicle as music plays through your FM radio and over 16,000 Christmas lights come to life synchronized to music, in support of the Milton District Hospital. Daily, Nov 29- Jan 4.

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* Project Red RibbonProject Red Ribbon

MADD Canada’s Project Red Ribbon is your holiday reminder to commit to sober driving. Don’t drink and drive. Help support MADD Canada and all of their activities… Donate today.

* Pan Am Games Torchbearer Pan Am Games Torchbearer

Do you know an Oakville resident who should be nominated as the Pan Am Games Torch Bearer? Nominate a deserving community member today!

* St. Catharines MuseumSt. Catharines Museum

Loc: 1932 Welland Canals Parkway, St Catherines, ON. Holiday Heritage Programming at the Museum during the winter school break! Fun and family-friendly activities all week long.

* Winter Festival of LightsWinter Festival of Lights

The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights turns Niagara Falls into a winter wonderland, with over three million sparkling lights along a 5+km route, grand holiday displays throughout the city, and unique Niagara Falls events.

* Lakeside Festival of LightsLakeside Festival of Lights

Loc: Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, ON. Over 60 festive displays light up Burlington’s Spencer Smith Park through the holiday season. It’s a magical sight for the whole family, especially the young at heart.

* Christmas WorkshopsChristmas Workshops

Time: 12:00 pm

Loc: Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology (900 Woodward Ave, Hamilton, ON). Get out of the cold and into the beautiful historic Woodshed. Enjoy a free drop-in self-guided craft centre. Be inspired by history and get crafty!

* Christmas in Pioneer SpiritChristmas in Pioneer Spirit

Time: 12:00 pm

Loc: Battlefield House Museum & Park (77 King St. W, Stoney Creek, ON). Gather your family together and step back in time to experience the warmth, welcome and simplicity of an early 19th century Christmas.

* Magical Lights Of MiltonMagical Lights Of Milton

Time: 5:30 pm

Loc: 876 Willow Ave , Milton, ON. Sit in the warmth of your vehicle as music plays through your FM radio and over 16,000 Christmas lights come to life synchronized to music, in support of the Milton District Hospital. Daily, Nov 29- Jan 4.

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* Pan Am Games Torchbearer Pan Am Games Torchbearer

Do you know an Oakville resident who should be nominated as the Pan Am Games Torch Bearer? Nominate a deserving community member today!

* Project Red RibbonProject Red Ribbon

MADD Canada’s Project Red Ribbon is your holiday reminder to commit to sober driving. Don’t drink and drive. Help support MADD Canada and all of their activities… Donate today.

* Winter Festival of LightsWinter Festival of Lights

The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights turns Niagara Falls into a winter wonderland, with over three million sparkling lights along a 5+km route, grand holiday displays throughout the city, and unique Niagara Falls events.

* Lakeside Festival of LightsLakeside Festival of Lights

Loc: Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, ON. Over 60 festive displays light up Burlington’s Spencer Smith Park through the holiday season. It’s a magical sight for the whole family, especially the young at heart.

* Christmas in Pioneer SpiritChristmas in Pioneer Spirit

Time: 12:00 pm

Loc: Battlefield House Museum & Park (77 King St. W, Stoney Creek, ON). Gather your family together and step back in time to experience the warmth, welcome and simplicity of an early 19th century Christmas.

* Christmas WorkshopsChristmas Workshops

Time: 12:00 pm

Loc: Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology (900 Woodward Ave, Hamilton, ON). Get out of the cold and into the beautiful historic Woodshed. Enjoy a free drop-in self-guided craft centre. Be inspired by history and get crafty!

* Magical Lights Of MiltonMagical Lights Of Milton

Time: 5:30 pm

Loc: 876 Willow Ave , Milton, ON. Sit in the warmth of your vehicle as music plays through your FM radio and over 16,000 Christmas lights come to life synchronized to music, in support of the Milton District Hospital. Daily, Nov 29- Jan 4.

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* Pan Am Games Torchbearer Pan Am Games Torchbearer

Do you know an Oakville resident who should be nominated as the Pan Am Games Torch Bearer? Nominate a deserving community member today!

* Project Red RibbonProject Red Ribbon

MADD Canada’s Project Red Ribbon is your holiday reminder to commit to sober driving. Don’t drink and drive. Help support MADD Canada and all of their activities… Donate today.

* Winter Festival of LightsWinter Festival of Lights

The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights turns Niagara Falls into a winter wonderland, with over three million sparkling lights along a 5+km route, grand holiday displays throughout the city, and unique Niagara Falls events.

* Lakeside Festival of LightsLakeside Festival of Lights

Loc: Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, ON. Over 60 festive displays light up Burlington’s Spencer Smith Park through the holiday season. It’s a magical sight for the whole family, especially the young at heart.

* Christmas in Pioneer SpiritChristmas in Pioneer Spirit

Time: 12:00 pm

Loc: Battlefield House Museum & Park (77 King St. W, Stoney Creek, ON). Gather your family together and step back in time to experience the warmth, welcome and simplicity of an early 19th century Christmas.

* Christmas WorkshopsChristmas Workshops

Time: 12:00 pm

Loc: Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology (900 Woodward Ave, Hamilton, ON). Get out of the cold and into the beautiful historic Woodshed. Enjoy a free drop-in self-guided craft centre. Be inspired by history and get crafty!

* Magical Lights Of MiltonMagical Lights Of Milton

Time: 5:30 pm

Loc: 876 Willow Ave , Milton, ON. Sit in the warmth of your vehicle as music plays through your FM radio and over 16,000 Christmas lights come to life synchronized to music, in support of the Milton District Hospital. Daily, Nov 29- Jan 4.

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* Pan Am Games Torchbearer Pan Am Games Torchbearer

Do you know an Oakville resident who should be nominated as the Pan Am Games Torch Bearer? Nominate a deserving community member today!

* Lakeside Festival of LightsLakeside Festival of Lights

Loc: Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, ON. Over 60 festive displays light up Burlington’s Spencer Smith Park through the holiday season. It’s a magical sight for the whole family, especially the young at heart.

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* Pan Am Games Torchbearer Pan Am Games Torchbearer

Do you know an Oakville resident who should be nominated as the Pan Am Games Torch Bearer? Nominate a deserving community member today!

* Lakeside Festival of LightsLakeside Festival of Lights

Loc: Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, ON. Over 60 festive displays light up Burlington’s Spencer Smith Park through the holiday season. It’s a magical sight for the whole family, especially the young at heart.

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* Pan Am Games Torchbearer Pan Am Games Torchbearer

Do you know an Oakville resident who should be nominated as the Pan Am Games Torch Bearer? Nominate a deserving community member today!

* Lakeside Festival of LightsLakeside Festival of Lights

Loc: Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, ON. Over 60 festive displays light up Burlington’s Spencer Smith Park through the holiday season. It’s a magical sight for the whole family, especially the young at heart.

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* Lakeside Festival of LightsLakeside Festival of Lights

Loc: Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, ON. Over 60 festive displays light up Burlington’s Spencer Smith Park through the holiday season. It’s a magical sight for the whole family, especially the young at heart.

* Pan Am Games Torchbearer Pan Am Games Torchbearer

Do you know an Oakville resident who should be nominated as the Pan Am Games Torch Bearer? Nominate a deserving community member today!

* Alzheimer Awareness MonthAlzheimer Awareness Month

Time: 6:30 pm

Loc: 265 Main St. E., Grimsby, ON. The Healthy Brain – Thursday 6:30pm It’s Alzheimer Awareness Month. Learn the warning signs of Progressive Dementia, attend one of the information seminars, or Walk for Memories.

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* Pan Am Games Torchbearer Pan Am Games Torchbearer

Do you know an Oakville resident who should be nominated as the Pan Am Games Torch Bearer? Nominate a deserving community member today!

* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

* Infant-Parent WorkshopsInfant-Parent Workshops

Loc: McMaster Children’s Hospital. Free 8-session workshops designed to help children develop to their best potential. Snacks, prizes and transportation available.

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

* Thorold Community TheatreThorold Community Theatre

Time: 2:00 pm

Loc: Trinity United Church (15 Pine Street S, Thorold, ON). We are holding open auditions for our spring production of “Don’t Dress for Dinner”, a comedy written by Marc Camoletti and Directed by Rob Goslin.

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

* RBC Music@Noon SeriesRBC Music@Noon Series

Time: 9:05 am

Loc: Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, Sean O’Sullivan Theatre (500 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines). Free Lunchtime Recital Series on Tuesdays in Jan & Feb.

* Conflict Resolution WorkshopConflict Resolution Workshop

Time: 6:00 pm

Loc: Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion (267 King St. E., Hamilton). Conflict Resolution Workshop: Say No To Elder Abuse.

* Alzheimer Awareness MonthAlzheimer Awareness Month

Time: 6:30 pm

Loc: 1505 Lookout St., Fonthill, ON. Lost for Words – Tues. Jan 13 6:30pm. It’s Alzheimer Awareness Month. Learn the warning signs of Progressive Dementia, attend one of the information seminars, or Walk for Memories.

* Thorold Community TheatreThorold Community Theatre

Time: 7:30 pm

Loc: Trinity United Church (15 Pine Street S, Thorold, ON). We are holding open auditions for our spring production of “Don’t Dress for Dinner”, a comedy written by Marc Camoletti and Directed by Rob Goslin.

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

* Loonie Lunch St Andrews ChurchLoonie Lunch St Andrews Church

Time: 12:00 pm

Loc: 479 Upper Paradise Rd., Hamilton. Looking to meet new people and enjoy a nutritious home made lunch? Cost is just or a donation to St Andrews Church.

* CNIB Open HouseCNIB Open House

Time: 12:00 pm

Loc: 115 Parkdale Ave S, Hamilton. CNIB invites you to meet the staff and learn about CNIB’s programs and services for people who are blind or partially sighted. The CNIB store will also be open where you can find helpful products for better living with vision loss including magnifiers, talking watches and large-print keyboards.

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

* RBC Music@Noon SeriesRBC Music@Noon Series

Time: 9:05 am

Loc: Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, Sean O’Sullivan Theatre (500 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines). Free Lunchtime Recital Series on Tuesdays in Jan & Feb.

* Winter Taste of BurlingtonWinter Taste of Burlington

Time: 5:30 pm

Loc: Burlington Performing Arts Centre (440 Locust St., Burlington). Join us for a chance to meet the restaurateurs of the Winter Taste of Burlington at their interactive food stations, sample their delectable cuisine and learn more about the Taste of Burlington prix fixe dining program.

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

* New Canadians in HamiltonNew Canadians in Hamilton

Time: 11:30 am

Loc: Canadian Club of Hamilton (555 Bay St. N., Hamilton). Panel discussion: Reality & Future of New Canadians in Hamilton. Hear more about the “Sanctuary City Concept” already adopted by Toronto, Chicago and New York.

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

* Alzheimer Awareness MonthAlzheimer Awareness Month

Time: 7:00 pm

Loc: 8720 Willoughby Dr., Niagara Falls, ON. Overview of Dementia – Thu. Jan 22. It’s Alzheimer Awareness Month. Learn the warning signs of Progressive Dementia, attend one of the information seminars, or Walk for Memories.

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

* Hamilton Spring RV ExpoHamilton Spring RV Expo

Loc: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum A Spectacular RV Shopping Experience! Acres of show stopping features, special attractions, & hundreds of RVs and accessories. Brought to you by Continuum Productions.

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* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

* Hamilton Spring RV ExpoHamilton Spring RV Expo

Loc: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum A Spectacular RV Shopping Experience! Acres of show stopping features, special attractions, & hundreds of RVs and accessories. Brought to you by Continuum Productions.

* Lowville Winter GamesLowville Winter Games

Time: 11:00 am

Loc: Lowville Park, 6207 Lowville Park Road, Burlington, ON. The Games are a GO with or without Snow! Featuring games and activities for everyone including: Photo Booth; Face painting; Balloon animals; Horse Drawn Carriage rides from 11am-3pm; Skating (weather permitting); and Food options including Wheeling Gourmet and Pappas Greek

* Niagara Wine-CHCH Hockey gameNiagara Wine-CHCH Hockey game

Time: 1:30 pm

Loc: Meridian Credit Union Arena (1567 Four Mile Creek Road, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON). Join us for the rematch of the century! The Niagara Icewinemakers will face off against the CHCH Sportsliners in a charity hockey game to benefit the Niagara-on-the-lake Kinsmen.

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* Hamilton Spring RV ExpoHamilton Spring RV Expo

Loc: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum A Spectacular RV Shopping Experience! Acres of show stopping features, special attractions, & hundreds of RVs and accessories. Brought to you by Continuum Productions.

* Niagara Ice Wine FestivalNiagara Ice Wine Festival

“A Shimmer of Gold” – Various locations. Enjoy award winning wine and food from the world famous Niagara region!

* Robbie Burns 8k Road RaceRobbie Burns 8k Road Race

Time: 9:30 am

Loc: 1433 Baldwin St, Burlington, ON. Come out to the 36th Annual Robbie Burns 8k Road Race and raise money for JumpStart (Canadian Tire Kids Program). Wear your best costume!

* Alzheimer Awareness MonthAlzheimer Awareness Month

Time: 11:00 am

Loc: Brock University, Ian Beddis Gym (Art & Val Fleming Commons entrance). Walk for Memories – Sun. Jan 25. It’s Alzheimer Awareness Month. Learn the warning signs of Progressive Dementia, attend one of the information seminars, or Walk for Memories.

* A Celebration of Black HistoryA Celebration of Black History

Time: 3:00 pm

Loc: 29 Park St. W., Dundas, ON. Dundas Valley Orchestra presents “A Celebration of Black History” concert – Free Admission, Donations accepted, plus reception following concert in basement of church.

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* A Taste of OakvilleA Taste of Oakville

Loc: 26 of the finest restaurants in Oakville. A Taste of Oakville features 26 restaurants offering signature prix-fixe lunch and/or dinner menus.

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* A Taste of OakvilleA Taste of Oakville

Loc: 26 of the finest restaurants in Oakville. A Taste of Oakville features 26 restaurants offering signature prix-fixe lunch and/or dinner menus.

* Burlington Sound of MusicBurlington Sound of Music

Accepting Band Submissions Now! Do you want to play at Canada’s largest FREE music festival? Get your EPK in to the Burlington Sound of Music by February 15th.

* RBC Music@Noon SeriesRBC Music@Noon Series

Time: 9:05 am

Loc: Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, Sean O’Sullivan Theatre (500 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines). Free Lunchtime Recital Series on Tuesdays in Jan & Feb.

* Alzheimer Awareness MonthAlzheimer Awareness Month

Time: 6:30 pm

Loc: 403 Ontario St., St. Catharines, ON. Legal & Financial Issues – Tue. Jan 27. It’s Alzheimer Awareness Month. Learn the warning signs of Progressive Dementia, attend one of the information seminars, or Walk for Memories.

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* A Taste of OakvilleA Taste of Oakville

Loc: 26 of the finest restaurants in Oakville. A Taste of Oakville features 26 restaurants offering signature prix-fixe lunch and/or dinner menus.

* Burlington Sound of MusicBurlington Sound of Music

Accepting Band Submissions Now! Do you want to play at Canada’s largest FREE music festival? Get your EPK in to the Burlington Sound of Music by February 15th.

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* Burlington Sound of MusicBurlington Sound of Music

Accepting Band Submissions Now! Do you want to play at Canada’s largest FREE music festival? Get your EPK in to the Burlington Sound of Music by February 15th.

* A Taste of OakvilleA Taste of Oakville

Loc: 26 of the finest restaurants in Oakville. A Taste of Oakville features 26 restaurants offering signature prix-fixe lunch and/or dinner menus.

* Jazz at the GasWorksJazz at the GasWorks

Time: 8:00 pm

Loc: 141 Park St. N., Hamilton, ON. The Hamilton Music Collective’s Jazz Series supports the Instrument For Every Child program, providing Hamilton’s inner-city schools with the opportunity to play an instrument.

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* A Taste of OakvilleA Taste of Oakville

Loc: 26 of the finest restaurants in Oakville. A Taste of Oakville features 26 restaurants offering signature prix-fixe lunch and/or dinner menus.

* Burlington Sound of MusicBurlington Sound of Music

Accepting Band Submissions Now! Do you want to play at Canada’s largest FREE music festival? Get your EPK in to the Burlington Sound of Music by February 15th.

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* A Taste of OakvilleA Taste of Oakville

Loc: 26 of the finest restaurants in Oakville. A Taste of Oakville features 26 restaurants offering signature prix-fixe lunch and/or dinner menus.

* Burlington Sound of MusicBurlington Sound of Music

Accepting Band Submissions Now! Do you want to play at Canada’s largest FREE music festival? Get your EPK in to the Burlington Sound of Music by February 15th.

* Chinese New Year CelebrationChinese New Year Celebration

Time: 2:00 pm

Loc: Hamilton City Hall, 71 Main Street West, Hamilton, ON. Hamilton Police Service and Hamilton Chinese Community Association invite everyone to its Chinese New Years Celebration Honouring the Year of the Sheep. Featuring local artists, performers, and light refreshments. All invited, free admission.

* Toronto Dance TheatreToronto Dance Theatre

Time: 8:00 pm

Loc: Burlington Performing Arts Centre (440 Locust St., Burlington). Toronto Dance Theatre (TDT) is one of Canada’s leading dance companies, recognized for the intelligent vision of its choreography, the beauty of its productions and the exceptional artistry of its dancers.

 

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