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Powerhouse musical revue begins Friday
Theatre Ancaster’s Made in Canada powerhouse musical revue of the top Canadian hits from the 1950s to the present is set for performances April 19 and 20 at 8 p.m. and April 21 at 2 p.m. if the transformer and electrical damage to Ancaster High has been remedied.
Potters guild welcomes visitors to annual sale
The Potters Guild of Hamilton and Region rolls out the welcome mat at the Dundas community centre for its Spring Pottery Sale, May 3-5.

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Grade 6 students ‘just fine on basic math,’ Sandals insists "Minister Sandals' contempt for evidence based research in the classroom is astounding. How stupid does she think taxpayers are that we are to believe IPads in the hands of 9 year olds will help them with their multiplication tables? And equally ins"
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Elvis, Johnny Cash and Shania impersonaters to raise money for kids
The annual “Kids Are King” tribute concert is being held May 10.
Volunteers needed for Tall Ships visit
It begins June 28 with a Parade of Sail as Canadian, U.S. and European ships sailing into Hamilton Harbour
City of Hamilton holding annual rain barrel sale
This year, you can skip the sales line by pre-paying for your rain barrels online until midnight April 17.
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Film Fest screens Chile's Oscar-nominated flick
On Monday, April 22, the Ancaster Film Fest will screen No, Chile's Oscar-nominated film for Best Foreign Language Film, at 1, 4 and 7:15 p.m.
Tryon performs a clearly classic concert
Clearly Classic Concerts presents virtuoso pianist Valerie Tryon, with a world premiere by choral director John Laing.
The Bridge AGM features Elizabeth Fry speaker
Leanne Kilby from the Elizabeth Fry Society is the guest speaker at The Bridge: From Prison To Community's annual general meeting.
Food, faith and justice Sunday
The third annual Nourishing Hamilton Fair will focus on food, faith and justice.
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Rotary AM presents A Cosmopolitan Affair
Whether it’s the theme, the atmosphere or the trend-setting fashions, one thing is clear.
Roselawn club offering free lawn bowling introduction
The Roselawn Lawn Bowling Club is offering an introduction to lawn bowling during the third week of May.
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The City of Hamilton collects
From left, Susan Camposilvan, Gerten Basom and Alison McQueen are shown with Dundurn Castle, Time of Sir Allan MacNab, by John Sloan Gordon, 1927.
Industry invites consumers to help fix the Ontario auto insurance system
Interactive display at Lime Ridge Mall this weekend
Helpers needed for park cleanup
Volunteers are needed to help clean three parks adopted by Mountain Kidz Klub.
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P2A race closes roads on Sunday
The 20th annual Paris to Ancaster Bicycle Race (P2A) will close roads along the route on Sunday.
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Made in Canada set to open this weekend
Theatre Ancaster highlights the great hits of Canadian music over the last six decades in Made in Canada, which opens in the 700 soft-seat Theatre Auditorium this weekend with performances April 12 and 13 at 8 p.m. and April 14 at 2 p.m.
Festitalia Italian Heritage Awards announced
Dr. Elio Eugenio Ricci, Frank Salvatore and Joseph S. Mancinelli received the 2013 Festitalia Award of Distinction.
HPO to perform compositions by Westmount students
The four young composers — Liam Ritz, Katie Lloyd, Heather McBrian and Ben Duff — have been working with HPO composer-in-residence Abigail Richardson-Schulte since September.
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