Bluffs Advocate

What’s On

           
Saturday, March 22. Celtic Celebration Join the Amadeus Choir for music, food and fun, silent auction, performances by special musical guest, Celtic trio North Atlantic Drift, Jubilee United Church, 40 Underhill Dr, 2 pm or 7:30 pm, $40 adults, $30 students/seniors, 416-446-0188 for tickets
Saturday & Sunday, March 22 & 23. Art Guild of Scarborough Spring Show & Sale Scarborough Centennial Community & Recreation Centre, 1967 Ellesmere Road, 10 am-5 pm, 416-439-6017
Saturday, March 22. Scarborough Seedy Saturday & Green Fair Biodiversity of the Community, seed exchange, seeds for sale, workshops, local garden club experts, Blessed Cardinal Newman High School, 100 Brimley Road, 11 am-3 pm
Saturday, March 22. Suzie Vinnick at Acoustic Harvest, 8 pm, Robinson Hall, St Nicholas Anglican Church, 1512 Kingston Rd, $22 advance, $25 at door, 416-264-2235, acousticharvest.ca, suzievinnick.com
Saturday, March 22. Rebellion Gallery & Art Academy Grand Opening Open house for parents & children: 12-5 pm, artist reception: 7-11 pm, musical group Jerry Leger & the Situation, 914 Eastern Ave, 416-469-1777, Angelina@rebelliongallery.com
Saturday, March 22. Autism Ontario – Toronto – Movie Morning: Muppets Most Wanted Cineplex Odeon – Eglinton Theatres, 1901 Eglinton Ave E, 10 am, open to children with ASD, their siblings & caregivers, registration required at Eventbrite.ca
Monday, March 24. Removing the Mask: Act to End Violence Against Women Fundraiser to support charity fighting violence against women, Black Swan Comedy Club, 154 Danforth Ave, 8 pm-12 am, jwicanada.com
Tuesday, March 25. What’s a Park Lot? Guided tour of the Toronto Park Lot Project, an online interactive map-based exploration of the earliest days of Toronto & Upper Canada, St Matthew’s Clubhouse, 450 Broadview Ave, 6 pm, $5, riverdalehistoricalsociety.com
Wednesday, March 26. Social Media Networking Goodwill Employment Services facilitator discusses social media, Albert Campbell Library, 496 Birchcliff Rd, 2-4 pm, register 416-396-8890
Thursday, March 27. Book Launch: ‘Introduction to Non-Violence’ by Ramin Jahanbegloo Noor Cultural Centre, 123 Wynford Dr, 6 pm, free
Friday, March 28. 12th Annual Silent Auction & Pasta Night Community Centre 55, 97 Main St, 6-8:30 pm, free admission, 416-691-1113
Saturday, March 29. White Raven & the Goddess Storytelling for adults & youth, tales from ancient Celtic epic the Mabinogion with storyteller Hugh Cotton, $10, LucSculpture School & Studio, 663 Greenwood Ave, 8-10 pm, facebook.com/pages/Hugh-Cotton-Storyteller
Saturday, March 29. Planning for Retirement Learn how to effectively plan, Eglinton Square Library, Eglinton Square Shopping Centre, 2-3 pm, registration 416-396-8920
Saturday, March 29. In the Footsteps of the Group of Seven Jim & Sue Waddington talk about their quest with photos compared to artwork, copies of their book will be available, tasty treats follow, Birchcliff Bluffs United Church, 33 East Rd, 416-694-4081, $15 at door, tickets@birchcliffbluffsUC.org
Sunday, March 30. The Arkel Trio Concert String trio of Winona Zelenka, Teng Li & Marie Berard, together since 2006, Kingston Rd United Church, 975 Kingston Rd, 1:30-2:30, $20, children free, reserve ticket, 416-699-6091
Sunday, March 30. International Women’s Day Gathering Beach United Church, 140 Wineva Ave, 1-5 pm, music, art, poetry, drama and films celebrating women, 416-467-0860, matthewkellway.ndp.ca
Thursday, April 3. A Year After the Rana Plaza Disaster in Bangladesh: What Does it Mean for Us? Lecture by Prof. Ananya Mukherjee-Reed, PhD (Chair, Dept of Political Sciences, York U), Noor Cultural Centre, 123 Wynford Drive, 6 pm, free
Thursday, April 3. Investing & Income Learn how to use real estate to build wealth & earn income, Albert Campbell Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, 6:30- 7:30 pm, register 416-396-8890
Starts Thursday, April 3. NUTS by Tom Topor a Scarborough Theatre Guild presentation, Scarborough Village Theatre, 3600 Kingston Rd, 8-10 pm, 416-267-9292, $20, seniors & students $17, theatrescarborough.com
Saturday, March 5. Gardening Wise: Organic & Sustainable Methods Toronto Master Gardeners show smarter, safer ways to garden, Eglinton Square Library, register 416-396-8920
Saturday, April 5. The Ennis Sisters at Acoustic Harvest, 8 pm, Robinson Hall, St Nicholas Anglican Church, 1512 Kingston Rd, $22 advance, $25 at door, 416-264-2235, acousticharvest.ca, ennismusic.com
Sunday, April 6. City Shul “IMAX Jerusalem” From National Geographic Entertainment, a film that presents rare and breathtaking images of Jerusalem, Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills Rd, special discount group rates, an after-show group snack & debrief, 4-6 pm, Eventbrite.ca
Monday, April 7. Children’s Services forNewcomers – East Toronto Session Toronto Children’s Services invites your input on your child care & family needs if you are new to Canada & have children 0-12, 11:30 am-1 pm, register at Eventbrite.ca
Wednesday, April 9. Deborah Ellis Canadian author & GG award winner talks about her novels which focus on wars in the Middle East & Afghanistan, Albert Campbell Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, 6:30-7:30 pm, register 416-396-8890
Wednesday, April 9. Night Madness: A Rear Gunner’s Story of Love, Courage & Hope in WWII Author Richard Pyves discusses his first book, a true story of his father Ron, Eglinton Square Library, 2-3 pm
Friday, April 11. Balcony & Terrace Gardening Toronto Master Gardeners give you the scoop, Dawes Rd Library, 416 Dawes Rd, 1:30-2:30 pm, register 416-396-3820
Saturday, April 12. Resurrection Journey: An Interactive Easter Experience Seasonal drama presented by Shower Curtain Productions, in support of local food bank, 7:30-9 pm, Birchcliff Bluffs United Church, 33 East Rd, $10 adult, $2 child, refreshments, 416-694-4081
Saturday, April 12. The Haumana at Fox Theatre An award-winning independent feature film produced in Hawaii, 11 am-1 pm, tickets $12.27 Eventbriite.ca
Tuesday, April 15. Mental Health & Wellness 101 Workshop promoting a broad understanding of mental health issues incorporating the social determinants of health, Albert Campbell Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, 2-4 pm, register 416-396-8890
Friday, April 18. Musical Splendor: Vivaldi & Italian Baroque Toronto Beach Chorale, Kingston Rd United Church, 975 Kingston Rd, 7:30-10 pm, $25 ($20 in advance), youth (7-12) $12 ($10 in advance), children free, 416-699-6634, torontobeachchorale.com
Wednesday, April 23. What Contractors Need to Know About Low Interest Financing & Incentives Free session to provide info on low cost financing tools offered by the City & incentives available to homeowners making energy retrofits to their homes, light breakfast & refreshments provided, Windfall Ecology Centre, 8:30 am – 11 am, register Eventbrite.ca

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