Neighbourhood Events May 11, 2019 Events
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Times : 2pm - 10pm
African Women Acting is a not-for-profit African Women Artists organization geared towards empowering, preserving and promoting Women issues & the heritage of African culture through African arts and Female artistes or artistes with African expression. We also intend to increase the public understanding and appreciation of African traditional and contemporary arts through professional female artistic production i.e. music, theatre, dance, visual-arts and festival. Our priority as AWA is focused on African female artists but we as well collaborate with other gender and ethnic groups counterpart in the artistic scene. The festival features Mama Africa, the documentary about Miriam Makeba, workshops, dance, music, a concert, spoken word, vendors and more! Performances by artists Zenzile Makeba Lee, Sonia Aimy, Fatoumata Kouyate, Faith Amour, Lamoi Simmonds, Arsene Duevi, Meseko, Mariana Balde, Dr. Kokofele and Rama Club.
Times : 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Times : All day event
The object of this day is to increase awareness of the issue of ego, and how it can impact upon everything that we do.
Times : 8pm, May 11th, 18th & 26th 2pm
Playing at Pia Bouman Scotiabank Theatre May 8th-26th
Times : 9:30, 10:15, 11:30, 12:45, 2:00, 3:15, 4:30
Family Theatre Cruise... with PIRATES!
Times : 10 AM to 3 PM
A community celebration of local flowers and Mums
Times : 10pm
Hip-hop + Improv + Sketch = NOTORIOUS
Times : 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Church Spring Fling Bazaar and BBQ on May 11th, 10am to 2 pm
Times : 11am - 5pm
A Scotiabank CONTACT Festival Feature Exhibition
Times : 09:30-12:00
A weekly outdoor nature program for kids aged 5-12 yrs
Times : 11AM-6PM
This solo debut exhibit features Dalia Elcharbini’s most recent and never before seen work.
Times : 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Dessert Walking Tour
Times : 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Food Walking Tour in Kensington Market
Times : Daily from 10am-8pm
Times : 12 - 5 PM
Times : 2:00 pm, 8:00pm
Pregnancy Pact is a pop-rock musical, with book & lyrics by Gordon Leary and music by Julia Meinwald, which tells the story of a group of teens who make a pact to become single mothers together. The 15-year-old Maddie is devoted to her three best friends and they are to her. So, when Brynn gets pregnant, the friends all plan to have children, raising them together and living a dream. Inspired by the 2008 news story of the Gloucester pregnancy pact that took the world by storm, Pregnancy Pact provides a unique chance to examine the intense journey this kind of decision creates.
Times : 10-6
Art show through May.
Times : 7:30-9:30 PM
The NAGs Players present "Office Hours" by Norm Foster
Times : 10:00 - 18:00
Group art exhibition