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Is your child interested in learning how to sew her own accessories
and doll clothes?
We have a perfect class for her/him!
Learn how to hand and machine sew basic projects
such as doll clothes, hair accessories and more!
Wednesday, March 19th & 26th
Wednesday April 2nd
6pm to 8pm
$60 per child for all 3 days
Kids must be 8 years and older
All materials are included!
647 The Queensway (Royal York/The Queensway)
A Flea Market will be held at St. Gregory's Catholic Church in Etobicoke - corner of Rathburn & Kipling on Saturday April 5 from 9-1:30. Various household items (decorative & functional) toys, games, books, jewellery, C.D's, and small appliances will be for sale.
All are Welcome! Proceeds to go help community charity. Event sponsored by St. Gregory's Catholic Women's League.
Kingsway Lambton United Church hosts its' 17th annual Art Show and Sale. This event is a fundraiser in aid of local charities. Choose from over 500 pieces of affordable original art including contemporary and traditional paintings, wood turning, jewellery, porcelain folk art and photography. The admission of $10 entitles you to enter a draw to win a painting by Marlene Boulas, a 16" x 20" acrylic on canvas titled "Country Laundry". This event is wheelchair accessible.
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The Etobicoke Centennial Choir presents a spectacular evening of classical choral music, featuring the Franck Mass in A-Major, Mozart Nocturnes, Schumann Songs on Poems of Robbie Burns and a selection of delightful Madrigals.
Conductor: Henry Renglich, Music Director of the Etobicoke Centennial Choir
Jo-Ann Dawson, soprano
Olga Tylman, alto
Keenan Viau, tenor
Christopher van Wyck, baritone
Simon Walker, Organ
Angela Schwarzkopf, Harp
Andrew Ascenzo, Cello
Ken Fudurich, Richard Thomson, Stephen Fox - Bassett horns
Humber Valley United Church
76 Anglesey Blvd., Etobicoke
$20.00 per ticket, general admission.
Call (416)769-9271 to pre-order
For further information about this concert or the Etobicoke Centennial Choir, visit www.etobicokecentennialchoir.ca, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-622-6923.
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A monthly Antique Market featuring dealers from across Ontario and Quebec selling 19thand 20th Century Decorative Arts, Furniture, European and American Art, Vintage Clothing and Accessories, Pottery, Porcelains, Paintings, Collectibles, Silver, Flatware, Chine and more. Being held one Sunday every month, with the exception of July, August and December, gives collectors, shoppers and designers a consistent source of quality Antique merchandise ranging in styles from the oldest 19th Century Georgian and Victorian designs to the Vintage styles of the 1950’s and 60’s.
For more information about the Heritage Antique Market or to apply to become a vendor visit www.heritageantiqueshows.com
Looking for a fun night out without the kids? Enjoy your evening knowing your children are safe and having fun at our JEI Parents' Night Out Event. We offer arts and crafts, interactive activities, movies, pizza, and popcorn. Join us for a fun night! $25/child. Extended hours available. Call to register!
Etobicoke currently hosts five Community Environment days and they begin in the Spring and go right through Summer. You’ll be able to drop off any old computer equipment and peripherals; all old audio-visual equipment such as cellular phones, radios, or televisions; household waste such as cleaning supplies, batteries, and paint; and any gas-powered equipment no longer being used. At each event they will also accept donated items such as art supplies and books for school use. Sporting goods such as skates and jerseys are needed as well as any clothing. Non-perishable food items will be donated to a food bank.
You can also pick up free leaf compost for your garden as well as green bins and kitchen containers (with proof of new residency or damaged bin). You may also purchase backyard composters and green bins at extremely low prices.
Bring your children out in support of SickKids Foundation with a fun Easter Activity Fundraiser! Join in our arts and crafts, science experiments, and fun activities. With raffle prizes, loot bags, snacks and more, your child will have a wonderful time in support of SickKids Foundation! $10 donation per child. Call to reserve your spot now!
JEI Learning Center Etobicoke
773L The Queensway
(416) 259-0123 Tel.
(416) 259-0000 Fax.
Plenty of gently-used items in great condition. Come shop once for the whole season!
• Seasonal clothing: infants-kids size 14, maternity
• Baby and kids shoes up to size 5 junior
• Toys, books, and more
• Strollers, bouncy seats & similar
• Feeding, safety, bedding and nursery equipment & accessories
• We check for quality
• Everything is organized by gender, size and category
• We accept cash, VISA and MasterCard
• Many items are 1⁄2 price on Wednesday 3pm-7:30pm
• Earn 70% of the selling price; shop before the public
• Drop-off your items; pick-up or donate your unsold items
• You do not have to be present at the sale
• Volunteer and earn up to 85%, and shop even earlier!
Let's clear those closets!
Are you expecting or do you have an infant under 12 months old? Register online now to be able to attend the special New Moms presale and shop before the public.
Help at the sale and shop early at our special volunteer pre-sale to get the very best deals!
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Appleby College - 540 Lakeshore Rd W - Oakville, ON - L6K 3P1
The Mercedes-Benz Oakville 10k presented by New Balance Oakville will return for its 6th year on Sunday, April 27th! The course will take you through the picturesque downtown Oakville and highlight some of the stunning views of the lakeshore. Funds raised from the Oakville 10k will be donated to the Oakville Hospital Foundation to help buy the essential equipment for its move to the new Hospital in December 2015.
This course will be lead by a Canadian Red Cross instructor. Emergency First Aid and CPR Training Basic is an one-day course offering an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for the workplace or home. It includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines, meets OHS regulations for Basic First Aid and exceeds competitors’ standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED.
Completion Requirements 100% attendance, skills demonstration, and 75% min. passing grade on written exam Certification 3-year certification in Emergency First Aid, CPR Level A, C, or HCP, and AED Recertification Where provincial/territorial legislation allows; 4–6 hours; includes CPR Level C Course Content > Preparing to respond > The EMS system > Check, Call, Care > Airway emergencies > Breathing and circulation emergencies > First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest > Wound care Includes any other content required by specific legislation Take-Home Materials Red Cross First Aid & CPR Manual Certification card and optional wall certificate (or as required by legislation) Embella Party (647 The Queensway – 647-345-6440)
Sunday April 27th 2014 9:00am to 5:00pm
$99 per person
Registration/payment can made in person, by phone or online http://uv.rs/1iGkZUy PRIOR to the day of the course.
From early May to the end of October you can enjoy open-air shopping and the smell and colours of organically grown merchandise. You won't have the convenience of shopping carts and air conditioning but really, I'd much rather take along my own cart (if needed) anyway. The thing I enjoy most is speaking directly with the merchants to find out where their produce come from.