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    Tuesday October 07, 2014 - 08:30 am — -
    Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer’s/dementia? Case United Church, 6180 Whitechurch Rd. East, Mt. Hope, is offering a morning of respite every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Call Colleen Follett at 905-779-0926 to register.
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    Tuesday October 07, 2014 - 10:00 am — Royal Botanical Gardens - Burlington
    Earth Art, also known as “Ephemeral Art”, is an exciting genre of art that has emerged out of the contemporary world’s growing environmental consciousness. Art is created using natural elements – earth, stone, trees, plants, and even ice, and begin a dialogue with nature. Artists (both international and Canadian) arrive on June 15 to create original earth art installations from materials found on RBG's landscape. The installations will be completed on July 1, and the exhibit will run until October 13, 2014. Visitors will be able to attend a Curator’s presentation night, participate in related arts education programs, and enjoy special evening tours. Regular admission applies. Visit www.rbg.ca/earthart for more information.
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    Tuesday October 07, 2014 - 19:30 pm — St. Elizabeth’s Anglican Church - Burlington
    The Association of Parent Support Groups in Ontario Inc. (APSGO), a non-denominational, charitable volunteer organization, meets at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday in the basement of St. Elizabeth’s Anglican Church, 5324 Bromley Rd., Burlington. Visit www.apsgo.ca for more information.
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    Wednesday October 08, 2014 - 10:00 am — Royal Botanical Gardens - Burlington
    Earth Art, also known as “Ephemeral Art”, is an exciting genre of art that has emerged out of the contemporary world’s growing environmental consciousness. Art is created using natural elements – earth, stone, trees, plants, and even ice, and begin a dialogue with nature. Artists (both international and Canadian) arrive on June 15 to create original earth art installations from materials found on RBG's landscape. The installations will be completed on July 1, and the exhibit will run until October 13, 2014. Visitors will be able to attend a Curator’s presentation night, participate in related arts education programs, and enjoy special evening tours. Regular admission applies. Visit www.rbg.ca/earthart for more information.
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    Thursday October 09, 2014 - 10:00 am — Royal Botanical Gardens - Burlington
    Earth Art, also known as “Ephemeral Art”, is an exciting genre of art that has emerged out of the contemporary world’s growing environmental consciousness. Art is created using natural elements – earth, stone, trees, plants, and even ice, and begin a dialogue with nature. Artists (both international and Canadian) arrive on June 15 to create original earth art installations from materials found on RBG's landscape. The installations will be completed on July 1, and the exhibit will run until October 13, 2014. Visitors will be able to attend a Curator’s presentation night, participate in related arts education programs, and enjoy special evening tours. Regular admission applies. Visit www.rbg.ca/earthart for more information.
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    Friday October 10, 2014 - 10:00 am — Royal Botanical Gardens - Burlington
    Earth Art, also known as “Ephemeral Art”, is an exciting genre of art that has emerged out of the contemporary world’s growing environmental consciousness. Art is created using natural elements – earth, stone, trees, plants, and even ice, and begin a dialogue with nature. Artists (both international and Canadian) arrive on June 15 to create original earth art installations from materials found on RBG's landscape. The installations will be completed on July 1, and the exhibit will run until October 13, 2014. Visitors will be able to attend a Curator’s presentation night, participate in related arts education programs, and enjoy special evening tours. Regular admission applies. Visit www.rbg.ca/earthart for more information.
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    Friday October 10, 2014 - 16:00 pm — Royal Canadian Legion Br. 163 - Hamilton
    Fish fry every Friday at Royal Canadian Legion Br. 163, 435 Limeridge Rd. East, 4-7 p.m.
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    Saturday October 11, 2014 - 10:00 am — Royal Botanical Gardens - Burlington
    Earth Art, also known as “Ephemeral Art”, is an exciting genre of art that has emerged out of the contemporary world’s growing environmental consciousness. Art is created using natural elements – earth, stone, trees, plants, and even ice, and begin a dialogue with nature. Artists (both international and Canadian) arrive on June 15 to create original earth art installations from materials found on RBG's landscape. The installations will be completed on July 1, and the exhibit will run until October 13, 2014. Visitors will be able to attend a Curator’s presentation night, participate in related arts education programs, and enjoy special evening tours. Regular admission applies. Visit www.rbg.ca/earthart for more information.
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    Sunday October 12, 2014 - 10:00 am — Royal Botanical Gardens - Burlington
    Earth Art, also known as “Ephemeral Art”, is an exciting genre of art that has emerged out of the contemporary world’s growing environmental consciousness. Art is created using natural elements – earth, stone, trees, plants, and even ice, and begin a dialogue with nature. Artists (both international and Canadian) arrive on June 15 to create original earth art installations from materials found on RBG's landscape. The installations will be completed on July 1, and the exhibit will run until October 13, 2014. Visitors will be able to attend a Curator’s presentation night, participate in related arts education programs, and enjoy special evening tours. Regular admission applies. Visit www.rbg.ca/earthart for more information.
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    Monday October 13, 2014 - 10:00 am — Royal Botanical Gardens - Burlington
    Earth Art, also known as “Ephemeral Art”, is an exciting genre of art that has emerged out of the contemporary world’s growing environmental consciousness. Art is created using natural elements – earth, stone, trees, plants, and even ice, and begin a dialogue with nature. Artists (both international and Canadian) arrive on June 15 to create original earth art installations from materials found on RBG's landscape. The installations will be completed on July 1, and the exhibit will run until October 13, 2014. Visitors will be able to attend a Curator’s presentation night, participate in related arts education programs, and enjoy special evening tours. Regular admission applies. Visit www.rbg.ca/earthart for more information.
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