High Art 18 May 18 – June 16, 2018
Drop Off Deadline: Monday, May 14, 10 am—5 pm
Opening: Thursday, May 24, 7 – 9 pm
Sponsored by the RBC Foundation, this exhibit is our annual celebration of artwork created by youth in high schools across North Simcoe. Showcasing sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography and other media, each work becomes a symbol of the creativity, innovation and determination required in the artistic process. Join us for the opening reception where you will get to meet the students, teachers and parents who all work together to ensure art remains a part of our everyday lives. For further information please contact our curator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My First Show: May 18 – June 16, 2018
Quest Art invites young artists from JK to grade 8 to submit drawings, paintings, sculpture or any other creation they enjoyed making. Artworks are not to be framed, but should be labeled on the back with the artist’s name, and title of the work. Artists may submit up to two works. Please print off and fill out a Quest Art submission form at http://www.questart.ca/atrium-gallery
We can’t wait to show off our seven campuses and new downtown Barrie location!
Drop by Spring Open House to learn about our programs and services, win some great prizes and meet some wonderful people.
– Learn about full-time, part-time and online program options.
– Take a student-led tour of campus.
– Tour residences and learn about housing options.
– Check out clubs, athletics and student services.
– Learn about OSAP and financial aid.
– Discuss career options connected to programs.
– Meet faculty and current students.
– Get information about parking and transit options.
– Pay fees and get your ONEcard (student card).
– Learn about academic upgrading services on campus and how to receive credit for prior work or academic experience.
RSVP to Open House at GeorgianCollege.ca/openhouse
See why Georgian has the highest graduate employment rate among all 24 Ontario colleges and is the province’s number one co-op college!
Celebrating the spring season with family and food.
WHAT: Spring is a beautiful time of year in Midland, Ontario which is why Chartwell Tiffin Retirement Residence has decided to mark the season with time-honoured activities at our National Spring Open House! Join us at our family-friendly event, where you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy themed food and entertainment. At our National Open House, attendees will also have a chance to visit our seniors’ community and truly experience what it feels like to live in a Chartwell retirement residence.
At Chartwell Tiffin we strive to create a welcoming atmosphere that is safe, fun and rewarding for our residents. Our vision of Making People’s Lives BETTER is deeply embedded into our culture, and our dedicated staff are focused every day on helping to make a difference. We not only offer top-quality care and services, but work hard to ensure our residents’ lives are healthier, happier and more meaningful.
WHEN: Sunday April 29th from 1:00pm to 4:00pm
WHERE: Chartwell Tiffin 105 Pillsbury Drive, Midland Ontario L4R 0E7
A Canadian-owned and operated company, Chartwell is known for its commitment to Making People’s Lives BETTER. Through the efforts of its dedicated staff in over 185 residences across Canada, Chartwell is focused on making a difference through a wide range of living options including independent living, assisted living, enhanced and long term care. www.chartwell.com
For more information, please contact: Retirement Living Consultants Ruthanne Snider and Kim Cairns
705 527 5522
New Paintings by Jennifer Lawton
May 18 – June 23, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 23, 7 – 9 pm
Sponsored by Bajic Denture clinic, spring into spring by visiting Jennifer Lawton’s exhibition of paintings depicting large, bold botanicals that honour the wonders of science and all those practitioneers who have studied the structure and beauty of flora before her. Documenting the fleeting colours, rhythmical lines and shapes of flowers, each painting invites the audience to pause and reflect on what nature has to teach us and why the study of plants in all of their complexity and fragility still remains relevant today.
Free parking with courtesy cart to front entrance, wheelchair accessible, free infrared hearing assistance, air-conditioned, licensed lounge.
June 6 – June 30
Cinderella: The Panto
A Tradition for the Entire Family
King’s Wharf Theatre, 97 Jury Dr., Penetanguishene
Regular Performance $46.00 + HST = $51.98; Discount Dates $37.00 + HST = $41.81;
20 & Under $27.00 + HST = $30.51; Groups (20+) $37.00 + HST = $41.81
Toll Free: 1-855-drayton (372-9866)