Headwaters Writers' Guild --
Interested writers may
attend a meeting at any
time. They will be given a
welcome letter which
recommends they attend
a few meetings before
they make a commitment
to the group. We meet
twice a month at the
Orangeville Public Library,
Mill Street location, at
1:30pm on Sundays. Our
schedule is on our blog,
pinned to the top of our
Facebook page and
possibly our Twitter page.
It is also on our website.
The library should also
have all this information.
The Web Site
A NEW VENTURE THAT WILL KEEP YOU IN YOUR STUDIO RATHER
THAN GOING OUT TO A FORUM MEETING.
June 4th will be our final DAC luncheon of this series.
Our guest speaker will be Marilyn Field and she will
be sharing with us some exciting news of a new venture
that she is undertaking.
Currently being held at Mrs. Mitchell's Restaurant in
Violet Hill on Highway 89, each lunch is followed by
a Speaker entertaining/educating the diners on
various topics. The cost of lunch is $30 and is cash
only. Space is limited, so reserving a seat is
mandatory! Lunch begins at 12:00 pm.
Cadets, Officers and Squadron Sponsoring Committee of the 164 Royal
Canadian Air Cadet Squadron are conducting their 44th Annual Ceremonial
Review June 8 at 2pm at the Warriors Hall of Branch 220, Royal Canadian Legion
203 William Street, Shelburne
Memorial Service Grand Valley Union Cemetery June 9, 2pm
Dufferin County and beyond
Nature and Structure by Emilia Perri Silo Gallery
Runs until June 30, A collection of abstract work that explores
the shifting balance between man and nature.
Corn Flower Festival
Sunday, June 9, 10
am to 4 pm The MoD’s
annual Corn Flower Festival
brings together collectors
and enthusiasts of all things
Corn Flower Glass! Each year the popular Show & Share
Sessions allow visitors to bring in a piece of their own Corn
Flower Glass to be authenticated by experts (limited spots
available, sign up on the day-of). Or, shop the consignment
sale for that piece you have been on the look-out for! Take a
wander through the brand new Corn Flower Glass Gallery,
the display includes custom exhibit cases, interactives, and
state-of-the-art lighting to show off the stunning details of the
rarest glass from the MoD Collection. Please join us in
celebrating this unique, truly Canadian glassware.
$10 per person + HST
stories thrown in.
Escape Room; Tbe Hotel Alexandra
It's dry time and The Hotel Alexandra is the place t0 be!
It's illegal to sell alcohol, but the secret still is in the
back room and there's drinks all around - that is,
until word gets out that the Hotel Inspector and a liquor
raiding party of Lawmen are On show way to bust the hotel,
and everyone in it. You've got to make yourself scarce, but
there's one problem: the door's locked. Can you escape
in time? You've got 45 minutes.
June 7 6pm(Full)7 8 pm
July 12 - 6 pm 7 pm 8 pm
July 26 - 6 7 8pm(Futl)
August 9 - 6 7 8 Pm
August 23 - 6 7 8 pm
"New Call to Artists
The Serpa Galleries of Newmarket's Old Town Hall will be the site of the first annual
Newmarket Juried Art Show, from October 11 to 26, 2019. This show will feature painting,
photography, sculpture, jewellery and other media by artists from across Southern
Ontario. A public reception will be held on the evening of Wednesday, October 16, 2019.
There will be cash awards given at the reception for the different categories of artwork, as well as a Juror’s Choice award.
Website, including application:
Meetings are held at the Orangeville
Fairgrounds, on 5 Sideroad of Mono(Entry is at
the main door.) On the third Monday of each
month- September to June at 7:30 pm - 9:30
pm. Call Judi Sullivan
The guild is open to anyone with an interest
in quilts, whether a beginner, intermediate or
advanced quilter, or as an enthusiastic
onlooker. Membership dues are $45.00 per
year or $9.00 per visitor.
McGinnis Room of the Grand Valley Public Library, a
variety of art works by RAGV members are on display
are on display:
Look for the RAGV
"Art in the Park"
Coming July 13
McGinnis Room of the Grand Valley Public
Library A variety of art works by RAGV
In the main Library, in the showcase glass
objects by Nathan Alder, Chainmaille
jewellery by Doug Fulford, sculptures by
Riverbend artists Donna Pascoe, Peter
Marshall, Manuela Marshall and Julie Van
Alstine have completed a 40+ foot mural for a
local school. Click below for full story.