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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* Learn-to-CampLearn-to-Camp

Loc: FirstOntario Centre (101 York Blvd, Hamilton, ON). Learn-to-Camp with Parks Canada, Hamilton Bulldogs and MEC! Enjoy fun activities, watch the Hamilton Bulldogs vs Charlotte Checkers game and end the day with some campfire fun before you settle in for the night in a tent.
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* Annual Maple Syrup FestivalAnnual Maple Syrup Festival

Loc: Bronte Creek, 1219 Burloak Dr., Oakville, ON. Attractions include: Pancake house, fresh maple Candy, Fresh Maple Taffy, guide tours of maple lane, gift shoppe, wagon rides, farm animals, farmhouse tours etc.
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* Taste of BurlingtonTaste of Burlington

Various restaurants – Reservations recommended. Burlington restaurateurs are proud to announce “A Taste of Burlington” will be running again this winter from February 22 – March 15, 2015.
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* Frogs, A Chorus of ColoursFrogs, A Chorus of Colours

Loc: Royal Botanical Gardens (680 Plains Rd. West, Burlington, ON). Frogs: A Chorus of Colours introduces visitors to the amazing, colourful, and oft-overlooked world of frogs. Daily activities for the whole family to enjoy!
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* Of Water & TidesOf Water & Tides

Loc: Art Gallery of Burlington. Artist Lyndal Osborne explores the binary relationships of nature/culture, fragility/power and preservation/extinction in this visual art experience.
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* 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.

* Weird and WonderfulWeird and Wonderful

Time: 1:00 pm

Loc: Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum (64 Sulpher Springs Rd., Ancaster, ON). Fieldcote displays some of the more mystifying, obscure and fascinating artifacts from its collection. Have fun trying to guess what the items were used for. Prizes to be won!
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* Under the Big TopUnder the Big Top

Loc: Grimsby Museum (6 Murray St., Grimsby, ON). Explore the world of the circus – clowns, elephants, monkeys with a special exhibition of 20th century mechanical wind-up toys. The exhibition includes a special discovery area for children.
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* Author Reading: Denise RoigAuthor Reading: Denise Roig

Time: 2:30 pm

Loc: Ancaster Library. Local author Denise Roig will read from her new collection of short stories, Brilliant.

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* Boat, Fishing & Outdoor ShowBoat, Fishing & Outdoor Show

Loc: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton. The ALL NEW Hamilton Boat, Fishing and Outdoor Show is one of the premier regional boat, fishing and outdoor shows in Canada.
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* International Women’s DayInternational Women’s Day

Time: 11:00 am

Loc: 296 Fielden, Port Colborne, ON. Celebrate International Women’s Day at Roselawn Centre for the Arts. Cindy Forster, MPP for Welland, will speak on the issues of the day. Get your tickets now.

* Weird and WonderfulWeird and Wonderful

Time: 1:00 pm

Loc: Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum (64 Sulpher Springs Rd., Ancaster, ON). Fieldcote displays some of the more mystifying, obscure and fascinating artifacts from its collection. Have fun trying to guess what the items were used for. Prizes to be won!
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* Boat, Fishing & Outdoor ShowBoat, Fishing & Outdoor Show

Loc: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton. The ALL NEW Hamilton Boat, Fishing and Outdoor Show is one of the premier regional boat, fishing and outdoor shows in Canada.
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* International Women’s DayInternational Women’s Day

Time: 11:00 am

Loc: 3063 South Service Rd., Burlington, ON. Commemorate International Women’s Day with Halton Women’s Place. Guest Speaker Aruna Papp will be speaking on the topic of honour based violence.

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* 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.

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* Empty Bowls 10th AnniversaryEmpty Bowls 10th Anniversary

Time: 6:00 pm

Loc: Club Roma, 125 Vansickle Rd., St. Catharines, ON. Niagara chefs prepare soup in on-of-a-kind pottery bowls – the soup is on because no one should go hungry, brought to you by Bethlehem Housing and Support Services.

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* Blame it on Hamilton! JUNOFESTBlame it on Hamilton! JUNOFEST

Time: 7:00 pm

Loc: Hamilton Central Library. HPL takes part in JUNOfest with a special HPL in-the-round concert. Blame it on Hamilton is a celebration of Hamilton’s musical heritage. Guests include: Matt Andersen, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Digging Roots, Jeremy Fisher, Jon Harvey (Monster Truck), Terra Lightfoot, Ian Thornely (Big Wreck), Tomi Swick, Hawksley Workman, Sarah Harmer

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* St. Patricks Day 5KSt. Patricks Day 5K

Loc: 175 Young St, Hamilton. Register today for the 18th Annual St. Patrick`s Day 5K Walk/Run as a fundraiser for Mac Kids!

* Junior Junos ConcertJunior Junos Concert

Time: 10:00 am

Loc: Hamilton Central Library. The 2015 JUNO nominees for Best Children’s Album perform a special concert for young fans! The whole family will be on their feet dancing to Fred Penner, Splash ‘N Boots, Bobs & LoLo and LuLu et le Matou.

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* Taste of BurlingtonTaste of Burlington

Various restaurants – Reservations recommended. Burlington restaurateurs are proud to announce “A Taste of Burlington” will be running again this winter from February 22 – March 15, 2015.
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* 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.

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* Westfield Maple Syrup FestWestfield Maple Syrup Fest

Time: 10:00 am

Loc: Westfield Heritage Village (1049 Kirkwall Rd, Rockton, ON). Westfield’s Maple Syrup Festival is a fun way for families to get out together to enjoy a day in the country while learning about our past.
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* Westfield Maple Syrup FestWestfield Maple Syrup Fest

Time: 10:00 am

Loc: Westfield Heritage Village (1049 Kirkwall Rd, Rockton, ON). Westfield’s Maple Syrup Festival is a fun way for families to get out together to enjoy a day in the country while learning about our past.
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* AfrofestAfrofest

Loc: McIntyre Performing Arts Centre (135 Fennell Avenue West, Hamilton, ON). McMaster African Student Association (MacAfricans) – Through acting, dance, music, spoken word and any other medium possible, this show will artistically portray the heinous realities of human trafficking.

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* Westfield Maple Syrup FestWestfield Maple Syrup Fest

Time: 10:00 am

Loc: Westfield Heritage Village (1049 Kirkwall Rd, Rockton, ON). Westfield’s Maple Syrup Festival is a fun way for families to get out together to enjoy a day in the country while learning about our past.

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* 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.

* Music not Mischief Music not Mischief

Time: 6:30 pm

Loc: Scotiabank Convention Centre (6815 Stanley Ave, Niagara Falls, ON). MUSIC! Not Mischief is a Police-led Youth Outreach program partnering Police Officers with high school students. This concert features one student from each of the 26 High Schools, playing one song with a live band and scored by celebrity judges, including Miranda Anthistle from CHCH.

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* The Changing Face of HamiltonThe Changing Face of Hamilton

Time: 11:30 am

Loc: Crown Plaza, 150 King St. W., Hamilton, ON. With projects underway ranging from the new million Downtown McMaster Health Campus, to the Residences of Royal Connaught and its projected 700 condos, to the Connolly Condos at the James Street Baptist site on James Street South, to the Waterfront – the face of Hamilton is changing.

* Heroes of the HammerHeroes of the Hammer

Time: 6:00 pm

Loc: Carmen’s Banquet Centre (1520 Stone Church Road East, Hamilton, ON). In honour of Juvenile Arthritis Awareness month and supported by The Hamilton Fire Fighter’s Association, Hamilton Police Services and The Hamilton Tiger Cats. Spring/summer fashions will be on display from supporting Cadillac Fairview Limeridge Mall retailers and Hamilton’s finest community retailers.

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* Spring Home & Garden Show Spring Home & Garden Show

Loc: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton. The Spring Home and Garden presented by RE/MAX is the premier regional Spring home show in Canada. From inspired décor to renovating ideas, the Spring Home and Garden Show has it all.
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* Earth Hour Ghost WalksEarth Hour Ghost Walks

Time: 8:15 pm

Loc: King St. Doors of Market Square, St. Catharines, ON. The St Catharines Downtown Association hosts one-hour Ghost Walks – a taste of their full length Ghost Walks, and a terrific way to spend Earth Hour, powered by folklore, imagination and your own two feet! Rain or shine.

* Earth HourEarth Hour

Time: 8:30 pm

Turn off lights and reduce power use! #ChangeClimateChange

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* Annual Maple Syrup FestivalAnnual Maple Syrup Festival

Loc: Bronte Creek, 1219 Burloak Dr., Oakville, ON. Attractions include: Pancake house, fresh maple Candy, Fresh Maple Taffy, guide tours of maple lane, gift shoppe, wagon rides, farm animals, farmhouse tours etc.
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* Spring Home & Garden Show Spring Home & Garden Show

Loc: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton. The Spring Home and Garden presented by RE/MAX is the premier regional Spring home show in Canada. From inspired décor to renovating ideas, the Spring Home and Garden Show has it all.
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* Westfield Maple Syrup FestWestfield Maple Syrup Fest

Time: 10:00 am

Loc: Westfield Heritage Village (1049 Kirkwall Rd, Rockton, ON). Westfield’s Maple Syrup Festival is a fun way for families to get out together to enjoy a day in the country while learning about our past.

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* Max’s Big Ride Max’s Big Ride

Later this summer! Max’s Big Ride – a 600km cargo bicycle journey from Ottawa to Hamilton along the Trans Canada Trail to raise money for research into a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). All funds raised will go to Jesse’s Journey, which funds the most promising DMD research around the world. Since 1995, Jesse’s Journey has granted more than million to researchers.
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* Max’s Big Ride Max’s Big Ride

Later this summer! Max’s Big Ride – a 600km cargo bicycle journey from Ottawa to Hamilton along the Trans Canada Trail to raise money for research into a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). All funds raised will go to Jesse’s Journey, which funds the most promising DMD research around the world. Since 1995, Jesse’s Journey has granted more than million to researchers.
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* Of Water & TidesOf Water & Tides

Loc: Art Gallery of Burlington. Artist Lyndal Osborne explores the binary relationships of nature/culture, fragility/power and preservation/extinction in this visual art experience.
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* Under the Big TopUnder the Big Top

Loc: Grimsby Museum (6 Murray St., Grimsby, ON). Explore the world of the circus – clowns, elephants, monkeys with a special exhibition of 20th century mechanical wind-up toys. The exhibition includes a special discovery area for children.
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* Frogs, A Chorus of ColoursFrogs, A Chorus of Colours

Loc: Royal Botanical Gardens (680 Plains Rd. West, Burlington, ON). Frogs: A Chorus of Colours introduces visitors to the amazing, colourful, and oft-overlooked world of frogs. Daily activities for the whole family to enjoy!
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* 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.

* Keeping Children SafeKeeping Children Safe

Time: 6:15 pm

Loc: 267 King St. E., Hamilton. Presented by the Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion. Free event – learn tips and strategies for keeping your children safe. Call the HCCI to register today.

         

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