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March 2020

COFFEE AND VAADAI

03/15/2020

This program is for adults over 55 years of age and is intended to bring the community together while enjoying coffee and vaadai and playing carom. The event is sponsored by the Markham Tamil Organization. These are free drop-in sessions. For more information and to register, email [email protected]

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BULLET JOURNALING

03/19/2020

At this event participants will be introduced to the “analog system for the digital age”, the bullet journal. Each participant will be able to transform a blank notebook into a customized planning tool that will allow for effective goal setting and mindful organization. Some materials are provided. Participants are required to bring their own grid or dot grid notebook. Location: Varley Art Gallery. For more information and to register visit www.markham.ca, call 905 477 7000 or email [email protected]

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IFBB PRO FEDEL CLARKE CLASSIC, A COMPETITION OF BODYBUILDING, PHYSIQUE, FIGURE, BIKINI AND FITNESS

03/21/2020

This event is open to all competitors across Canada. Categories are: Bodybuilding, Classic Physique, Figure, Bikini, Fitness. For more information visit www.fedelclarkclassic.com and to purchase tickets go to www.flatomarkhamtheatre.ca.

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INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL AND COMPETITION

03/21/2020

The International Music Festival and Competition is an annual event that provides musicians with opportunities to perform, conduct and to write music, while receiving professional guidance by leading professionals in the classical music industry. Students and young professionals of all nationalities, ages, levels and musical disciplines are invited to apply. For more information and to register, visit www.InterMusic.ca.

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EVERGREEN ANNUAL GALA – AN EVENING OF FUN, FRIVOLITY AND MURDER

03/26/2020

This event is offering participants an evening of cocktails and appetizers, gourmet meals, casino games, live auction, silent auction, fun raffle and dancing. Whether you are single or a couple, this is a party to enjoy. Participate dressed as a CLUE character, posh businessman, scheming villain or ass you are. Tickets are $200 inclusive. Bring a group of friends and you can reserve a table for 8 for $1200. Location: Angus Glen Golf Club. To purchase tickets, visit www.events.r20.constantcontact.com or…

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ENJOY THE MEAL, MA

03/29/2020

When assimilated into the Canadian culture, language barriers often occur in a family between the different generations. Annie Wong will practise speaking her lost mother-tongue with her mother, and invites Cantonese and Mandarin speaking mothers and daughters who experience similar barriers to join them in conversation. Spaces are limited; registration is required. For more information and to register, email [email protected] or call 905 477 7000/3261.

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FREE MANDARIN SONGS AND STORIES DROP IN SESSIONS

03/29/2020

The free Mandarin songs and stories session will be held at the Milliken Mills Library at 2 p.m. For more information and to register, email [email protected]

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HARRY POTTER TRIVIA

03/31/2020

This event will take place at Boston Pizza on 7680 Markham Road, starting at 7.30 pm. This month trivia will focus on the Half-Blood Prince. Cost: $5 and there will be prizes to be won.

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April 2020

WHAT IS MARKHAM? DISCOVER OUR EVOLVING COMMUNITY

04/01/2020 - 04/30/2020

Visitors at Markham Museum will be able to explore changes in our landscape, the way we worked and went to school, and how we came together as a community over the past 100 years. This exhibition will also include aerial photography, a virtual tour of Markham Village in 1910 and a place for visitors to record their memories of Markham Fair. For more information, visit www.markhammuseum.ca.

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197 MAIN STREET EXHIBITION

04/01/2020 - 04/30/2020

In this exhibition, F. H. Varley’s basement studio is revisited through artworks, tools and objects from the period 1957-1969 when the artist lived in Unionville. The gallery is divided into two separate areas, a domestic interior and a studio, both inspired from photographs from the McKay Art Centre of that time. For more information, visit www.markham.ca.

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