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August 2017

Great things to do in the GTA and Region of Durham in August

Please confirm dates before booking
* by performances means matinees

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If you are a PRAC member and participating in an event or performance
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Early BirdAugust 2018 EARLY BIRD LISTINGS

to August 23~ Ajax Creative Arts

Ajax Creative Arts"Paint What you Love" Art Show
Kent Farndale Gallery, ​231 Water Street,​ Port Perry
Contact person: Kim Johnston


Pickering Recreation Complex
1867 Valley Farm Rd. Room #1
Pickering 905-509-3855

August 1 ~ Oshawa Civic Band

Oshawa Civic Band“Movie Madness” Concert in the Park – McLaughlin Bandshell

August 2,3,4,5,6,7, 2018 ~ Keith Thirgood

Canoe-in Art Retreat Kawartha Highlands
12:00pm 3:00pm
Plein Air Art Retreat in Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park. Great scenery, instruction & canoe provided.
Long Lake Rd, Aspley, K0L 1A0
647-551-3387 |

2 ~ Westben Arts Festival Theatre

WestbenNEW NOW: Ansley & Alexia
Thursday, August 2, 7:00 pm at The Barn.
Meet two new voices on the Canadian singer-songwriter scene: Ansley Simpson and Alexia Avina. The music of Anishinaabe singer-songwriter Ansley Simpson has been described as "lyrical hymns to love, presence, and possibility which entwine you in an unfolding, sonic world. This is music to guide you back to the shore when you've been lost too long in the waves". Ansley is winner of the inaugural Bull's Eye competition at imagineNATIVE's 2016 Festival. Joining Ansley is Alexia Avina from Montreal whose ethereal music blends ambient, folk and dream-pop influences into spacious, harmony-driven lyrical soundscapes. Aided with both arrhythmic and tempo-based loops, she blurs the line gently between chance and intention.
Before the Show: Pre-concert Chat (6:00 pm): The World of the Singer-Songwriter
Onstage Round Table Discussion
Join Ansley Simpson and Alexia Avina and others on The Barn stage for a round table discussion on the art of being a singer-songwriter in Canada today. | 705-643-5508

3 ~ Westben Arts Festival Theatre

WestbenTGIFunk! Turbo Street Funk
Put the top down and grab an orange pop! And don’t miss this crazy funk band, right off the streets of downtown Toronto! Formed somewhere around Yonge & Dundas sometime around 2011 as a professional busking band, the group is now known for powerful live performances that bring audiences to their feet. With a style rooted in the New Orleans horn band tradition, Turbo Street Funk combines Top 40 hits with top-notch originals in an incendiary show that gets people moving. You won’t doze through this one!
"These guys are exuberant, highly entertaining and loads of fun. You don’t want to miss them." - Mariposa Folk Festival
Before the Show: Pre-concert BBQ (5 pm to 7 pm)
After the show: Westben Jazz Fringe Festival presents Late Night Jazz | 705-643-5508

3 ~ Westben Arts Festival Theatre

Late Night Jazz
Friday, August 3, 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Capers Tap House (Campbellford)
Jazz Café at The Natural (Warkworth)
Keep it going! The Turbo Street Funk Band is sure to get you charged up and ready for a night on the town! Be sure to have a table reserved after the concert so you can relax with some late night jazz.

4 ~ Westben Arts Festival Theatre

WestbenJazz Mains
Saturday, August 4, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Antonia’s Bistro (Campbellford)
Capers Tap house (Campbellford)
Windswept on Doxsee (Campbellford)
McGillicafey’s (Hastings)
SOS (Warkworth)
Too much is barely enough! Following the Michael Kaeshammer concert at The Barn, the musical magic from the Barn stage bops on down into a number of locations throughout Trent Hills – reservations recommended at each venue.

Aug. 4 TO 31 ~ Galerie Q

Les frères de Charlevoix, The Brothers of Charlevoix
1521 County Road 10, Millbrook

4 ~ Westben Arts Festival Theatre

Saturday, August 4, 2:00 pm at The Barn
The Westben Steinway concert grand piano is in for a ride as legendary Canadian jazz & boogie-woogie pianist Michael Kaeshammer takes the bench for an afternoon of boogie-woogie and stride piano! Nominated for 7 Juno Awards, this brilliant pianist/vocalist/ composer/arranger/producer has also received the West Coast Music Award for Musician of the Year and Entertainer of the Year. Watch him eat up the eighty-eights!
Before the Show: Dare to Pair (12:30 – 1:30 pm) – Blues & Browns Beer Tasting & Sliders
What goes best with boogie-woogie blues? Browns of course! Join John Graham, owner and founder of Church-Key Brewing Company as he presents a selection sliders and beer tastings from his award-winning stock. See how three decades as a brewer, entrepreneur and beer enthusiast can convince anyone that craft beer can be the perfect pairing with your next meal. It’s an amuse bouche. (Reservations required)
After the Show: Westben Jazz Fringe Festival presents Jazz Mains and Jazz Jam at the Clock | 705-643-5508

5 ~ Westben Arts Festival Theatre

Sunday, August 5, 2:00 pm at The Barn
In 1982, Dr. Trevor W. Payne CM first brought together the Montreal Black Community Youth Choir and the United Union Church Senior Choir for what was to be a single performance. Now, over three decades later, the Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir has gained international renown, having performed the world over, and for dignitaries such as Nelson Mandela and Queen Elizabeth II. With dozens of albums and awards, the group has collaborated with some of music biggest names including Celine Dion, Ray Charles, Michael Bolton and New Kids on the Block. Expect anything from Gregorian chant and Bach Chorales to traditional Zulu music and jazz. A sizzling summer celebration with one of Canada’s most popular gospel choirs!
Before the Show: Westben Jazz Fringe Festival presents Jazz Brunch | 705-643-5508

5 ~ Westben Arts Festival Theatre

WestbenJazz Jam
Saturday, August 5, 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm at The Clock Tower Cultural Centre
Drop by the historic Clock Tower in downtown Campbellford for our popular late-night jazz jam. Bring your own instrument and sit in with the Band! Enjoy a glass of wine and candlelight along with the jazz at Campbellford’s favourite “great room”!

Jazz Brunch
Sunday, August 5, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Capers Tap House (Campbellford)
I Am Coffee (Campbellford)
Our Lucky Stars (Warkworth)
Bridgewater Cafe & Pizza (Hastings)
Before the 2 pm Summer Season Finale at The Barn with the Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir, join area jazz musicians on the sunny side of the street as the Westben Jazz Fringe Festival helps you start your Sunday morning at selected restaurants throughout Trent Hills.

August 15 ~ Oshawa Civic Band

Oshawa Civic Band7:30 pm - “Hymns of the Highlands” Concert in the Park – McLaughlin Bandshell

18, 19 & 20 ~ Buckhorn Fine Art Festival

BuckhornOPENING NIGHT Fri. Aug. 18 7- 9:30

August 20, 21, 23, & 24, 2018 ~ Whitevale School of the Arts

Whitevale School of the ArtsHave you ever dreamed of carving a totem pole? In a four day class Lloyd Thomas will take you through that great West Coast adventure. You will start with a 4 ft. cedar pole and using a hatchet and mallet rough out 2 West Coast figures (eagle, bear, raven, wolf, beaver or owl), then progress to using large flat chisels. The detail work continues with a knife, followed by staining and painting, allowing you to go home with a finished pole.
9:30-4:30 | 905-294-1978

AUG 23 ~ Galerie Q

On se souvient d' Armand, Remembering ArmandGalerie Q
1521 County Road 10, Millbrook

August 29 ~ Oshawa Civic Band

Oshawa Civic Band7:30 pm - “Out of this World” Concert in the Park – McLaughlin Bandshell


to Aug 18 ~ Latcham Gallery

LatchamThe Amended Landscape
July 6 to Aug 18, 2017
The Latcham Gallery, 6240 Main Street, Stouffville ON 905.640.8954
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm |

2, 16, 30 ~ Oshawa Civic Band

Oshawa Civic Band

"BRass-flUTE Force" - 7:30 pm
Memorial Park Bandshell
Simcoe St. S., Oshawa FACEBOOK EVENT

to Sept. 3 Station Gallery

Station Gallery Station Gallery presents Temporarily Mine, an exhibition of still-life paintings by Whitby-based artist and illustrator David Wysotski, on view from July 8th until September 3rd, 2017. It’s an impressive body of work with meaningful resonance, both personal and collective. The featured still-life paintings explore inherited objects and the fleeting ownership of vintage hand tools; and were meticulously crafted over eight years while onsite in SG’s studios. On Mondays, the gallery hosts Open Studio for SG members, an opportunity for local artists and enthusiasts to create in inspiring, spacious and well-lit studios alongside other practicing artists from the community.
1450 Henry Street | Whitby, L1N 0A8

2- 13 ~ Kawartha Artists' Gallery & Studio

Kawartha Artists' GalleryArt Show: Vintage Steam Trains
Opening Reception: Saturday August 5th from 1-4pm.
An Art Show featuring Charcoals and Mixed Media by local artist Julia Carr-Wilson. The collection Includes Artist Impressions of The Flying Scotsman, Mallard, and the Wolf of Badenoche. FACEBOOK EVENT
420 O'Connell Road, Peterborough, Ontario K9J 4C9

3 ~ Westben


7:00 PM Lenni Stewart's Social Club
SOCIAL CLUB is a throwback to the supper club era... a sassy, classy and sophisticated night of post-flapper music and glitz featuring songstress Lenni Stewart with jazz guitarist Michael Monis, drummer/percussionist Harry Ellis, Howard Baer onBass, plus special guests. SOCIAL CLUB features classic jazz hits from Hollywood to Broadway, Blues to Bossa Nova... a night that will be sexy, subtle and superb!
The Barn 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford
705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777

4 ~ Westben


7:00 PM Montreal Guitar Trio & California Guitar Trio
Two times the Trio! The Montreal Guitar Trio returns to The Barn, this time with
the California Guitar Trio. Described by the CBC as “the hottest guitar ensemble in Canada” the MG3 leads its audience to a special place where jazz and world music
are entwined with passion and gusto. Having performed with the MG3 since 2009, the California Guitar Trio brings its own whirlwind of instrumental styles fusing classical, rock, blues, jazz, world, progressive, as well as quintessentially Californian surf music.
Add that up!The Barn 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford
705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777

4 ~ Westben


9:00 pm - 11:00 pm at Capers Tap House


5 & 19 ~ RCWP Church

– 4 pm
Pentecost Mass with Rev. Roberta Fuller (ordained RC Woman Priest)
Dunbarton-Fairport United Ch., 1066 Dunbarton Rd., Pickering

5 ~ Westben


2:00 PM Emile-Claire Barlow
Two-time Juno Award Winner, Emilie-Claire Barlow has released 11 albums to date which have included not only fresh and sensitive readings of jazz standards, but daring
and exhilarating takes on French chansons, Brazilian favourites and even 60s po classics. A prominent Canadian jazz singer, arranger, record producer and voice actress, Ms. Barlow has lead bands featuring the finest musicians in Canada. Emilie- Claire will be presenting some of her favourite repertoire in an intimate trio format, featuring Amanda Tosoff (piano) and Jon Maharaj (bass).
The Barn 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford
705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777

5 ~ Angie Littlefield Book Talk

Tom Thomson's Fine Kettle of FriendsTom Thomson Roundtable at The Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery
Owen Sound.



5 ~ Westben


5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Jazz Mains
at Antonia’s Bistro
, Capers & Karma’s and Elsie J’s by Windswept in Campbellford; McGillicafey’s in Hastings; AH! & SOS in Warkworth Too much is barely enough! Following the Emilie-Claire Barlow Trio concert at Westben, the musical magic from The Barn stage bops on down into a number of locations throughout Trent Hills.

5 to26 ~ Scugog Council for the Arts

SCAAnnual Juried Art Show ~ now including sculpture in our most popular exhibit!
181 Perry St., Unit G-1, Port Perry | 905-982-2121

5 ~ Westben


9:00 pm – 11:00 pm Jazz Jam
Drop in to the Clock Tower for a late-night jazz jam. Bring your own instrument and jam with the Band! Be sure of a glass of wine and candlelit jazz at Campbellford’s newest “great room”! at The Clock Tower
705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777

5 & 6 Gary Faulkner

Art by the Lighthouse 2017
The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is pleased to announce the return of its 12th annual, juried, original art show and sale.
August 5th & 6th, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m
247 Ricardo St. NOTL

6 ~ Westben


11:00 am - 1:00 pm Jazz Brunch - BRUNCH WITH AREA JAZZ MUSICIANS
Join area jazz musicians on the sunny side of the street as the Westben Jazz Fringe Festival continues on Sunday morning at selected restaurants in Trent Hills. Then enjoy our season finale at 2:00 pm at The Barn with the Brian Barlow Big Band in Big Band Buddies. at Capers Tap House & I Am Coffee in Campbellford & Our Lucky Stars in Warkworth; Bridgewater Cafe & Pizza in Hastings
705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777

6 ~ Westben


2:00 PM Big Band Buddies with the Brian Barlow Big Band
On the Canadian jazz scene, Brian Barlow has established himself as a first-call studio musician, arranger, producer, drummer, and percussionist. In addition to his duties as the Artistic Director of the Prince Edward County Jazz Festival, Brian leads the Brian Barlow Big Band which includes several of the top big band players in Canada. This joyful big band bonanza features the hits of Buddy Rich along with vocal hits of some of Buddy’s favourite guests: Sammy Davis Jr., Mel Tormé and Tony Bennett, interpreted by guest vocalist Alex Samaras.The Barn 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford
For more information please contact Donna Bennett, 1-705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777
Box Office: 36 Front Street South, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 FACEBOOK EVENT

8 to Sept 10 ~ Capitol Theatre

Capitol Fine ArtsBeauty and the Beast
20 Queen Street
Port Hope, Ontario L1A 3Z4
toll free 800-434-5092

9 ~ Oshawa Art Association

OAAMembership meeting
Location: Arts Resource Centre, 45 Queen St., Oshawa, On L1H 3Z3
Second Wed. of every month except July. Time: 7 pm – 9 pm

10 ~ Whitby Brass Band

Whitby BrassSummer Concerts by the Lake – 7:30
Heydenshore Pavilion
589 Water St., Whitby


10 ~ Station Gallery

Station GalleryWave summer music 7 PM - 10 PM
Station Gallery
1450 Henry Street, Whitby, L1N 0A8


10 ~ Lynde House Museum and WARREN General Store

Lynde HouseArtists meeting will take place next week on Thursday, August 10th
at 1:00pm until 4:30pm. Please come and meet with us and if possible
bring samples of your work, brainstorm with us and let's start this project.
Trina Astor-Stewart, Executive Director Whitby Historical Society
Lynde House Museum & Warren General Store
900 Brock Street South, Whitby | 905 665 3131 |

11, 12 ~ Theatre 3x60

Theatre 3x60Minifest One Act Play Festival
Town Hall 1873, Port Perry
Port PerryFeaturing Peter Paylor’s one-act comedy, The Rosewood Art Society, established 1903,
Details at

11 to 13 ~ Stuart Blower | Stone Devil


12 ~ Galerie Q

Galerie QOpening Reception for Armand Tatossian: Artist of the Century
Galerie Q
1521 County Road 10, Millbrook

13 ~ Charles Choi

Charles Choi's Transformation solo exhibition artist talk
10 to 12
Gallery A at Robert McLaughlin Gallery
72 Queen Street, Civic Centre, Oshawa

14 & 16, 21 & 23, 28 & 29 ~ Gallery 67

Following popular demand, Gallery 67 is pleased to announce life drawng sessions with male and female models.
ARTISTS: $20/session CASH ONLY
In both cases... - please bring your own easels, donkeys, and drawing materials
- enter at the Gallery entrance at 67 Simcoe St. N. - parking is free at that time.
We want to accommodate everyone, so poses will be artists’ choice, but probably with a long, say 45 minutes pose at the end of the session, and the usually warm up quickies at the start.
Models will be booked two weeks at a time to enable familiarity and improved second week.
Please direct all Life Drawing enquiries and registrations to: Jeffrey Snape Tel: 416-905-8057
Note that IF YOU SAY YES I’m in, PLEASE DO COME as we have to pay booked models and instructor regardless. We need a minimum of 5 artists at each session to cover costs, otherwise we will have to cancel. Sessions start August 14 and August 16, after the Civic Holiday and OAA meetings are out of the way, and will continue until and including Sept. 11 and 13


16 ~ Oshawa Civic Band

Oshawa Civic Band"These are a few of our Favourite Tunes"
Summer Concert Series
- 7:30pm
Memorial Park Bandshell
Simcoe St. S., Oshawa FACEBOOK EVENT

16 to 29 ~ Kawartha Artists' Gallery & Studio

Kawartha Artists' GalleryArt Show Opens : Faces & Figures
Kawartha Artists' Gallery & Studio
420 O'Connell Road, Peterborough

Aug. 17 to 27 ~ Sculthorpe

Capitol Fine ArtsDisney's Aladdin Jr
20 Queen Street
Port Hope, Ontario L1A 3Z4
toll free 800-434-5092

to September 11 ~ Cavan Arts

CavanSummer Happy Days Exhibit and Sale
Featured Artists: Micheal Zarowsky | Lucy Manley
Artists of the Gallery: Dianne Brown Green | Val Carpentier | Linda Patterson | Fran D'Actis | Esperanza Melo | Olga Szarantsky | Valerie Kent
The Gallery is open daily weekdays from 11 - 6 pm, weekends 10 - 6 pm.
1535 County Road 10 in Cavan.

17 ~ Scarborough Music Theatre

Dance Break - August 17 - Big Band
51 Estate Dr, Scarborough

18 19, 20 ~ Buckhorn Art Festival

BuckhornOpening Garden Party Aug. 18
1782 Lakehurst Rd., Buckhorn
Buckhorn Fine Art Festival
PRAC Artists: Bob Thackeray, Cyril Cox, Karen Richardson, Marie Blanchard-Thomas, Stuart Blower (Stone Devil)
The "Good Lovelies" in Concert FACEBOOK EVENTS

19 ~ Uxbridge Studio Tour

Uxbridge Studio TourUxbridge Studio Tour Exhibition Launch Party
The Second Wedge Brewing Co.
14 Victoria Street North, Uxbridge



19 ~ Visual Arts Centre of Clarington

VACPicasso's Picnic our yearly children's art festival! bringing a wide range of youth arts, performers, workshops, and local arts related businesses to our very own backyard. This is a free family event running from 10-4pm in our backyard garden. Hope to see you there!

19 & 20 ~ Cottonwood n' canvas

Uxbridge Art in the Park Hanneke Koonstra, Kim Lowes Photography, Dawn Everson

21 ~ Ajax Creative Arts Paint Party

Ajax Creative Arts Paint Party6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Watercolour Flowers! with Janice Brown
August 21 — 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
22 Sherwood Road, (in the Pickering Village), Ajax
Janice Brown is the teacher-artist!
Cost is $45.00 and includes all supplies.
Paint Parties are held every 3rd Monday of the month


22 to Sept. 3 ~ Ajax Creative Arts

Ajax Creative ArtsDifferent Spaces / Different Palettes
Opening reception ~ Sun., Aug. 27, 1-3pm

August 22 - September 3rd
Papermill Gallery at Todmorden Mills
67 Pottery Road, Toronto

24 to 27 ~ Gallery 67 Oil Painting Workshop

oaa gALLERY 67Oil Painting Workshop with Albert Slark
Traditional Fine Art - intense four days with a live model (dressed) August 24-27 (Thursday-Sunday) 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day with an hour lunch break.
Albert will take us from the beginning drawing stages, the under painting, to the finished final painting, in traditional methods of oil painting. Through learning these methods of painting, we can then transfer these skills to still life, animal portraits, landscapes, and even to techniques for plein air painting.
Cost: $550 | Materials list will be emailed. If you wish materials supplied: $150 additional charge.
Contacts: Mary Gartlan - 905-576-7693
or Tricia Van Oostveen – 905-242-4592
Gallery 67 67 Simcoe St. N. 289-991-1067

25 ~ Town of Ajax

AjaxGuinness World Record for the Largest Human Maple Leaf
Help the Town of Ajax Break a World Record
Ajax Community Centre Sports Fields
75 Centennial Rd., Ajax
registration will begin at 5 p.m. with the attempt starting at 7 p.m
The Town will have some large games and activities in the field as well as some food trucks if you would like to purchase dinner or a snack. If you’d like to make a full evening out of it, stay around for Movies in the Park! We’ll be showing “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” (rated PG-13) at approx. 9 p.m. But if you are staying for the movie, don’t forget to bring a chair, blanket, bug spray, etc.
For more info: Robert Gruber B.A., Manager, Community & Cultural Development | Recreation, Culture & Community Development, P: 905-619-2529, ext. 7241 | C: 905-999-8901

26 & 27 ~ Jan Pettafor

Bark in the Park at the Orono Fairgrounds

30 ~ Oshawa Civic Band

Oshawa Civic Band "Celtic Journey"- 7:30pm
Memorial Park Bandshell
Simcoe St. S., Oshawa



Station GalleryStation Gallery invites PRAC artists to our Artist Meet-up event on August 30th, 4pm-6pm. It’ll be an informal evening for artists to get together at the gallery amidst our exhibitions, live music by a guitarist, and a cash bar. Please RSVP to FACEBOOK EVENT
1450 Henry Street, Whitby

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ArtScene deadlines HERE

Art in Public Places


927 Liverpool Road, Pickering

Jan. & Feb. 2018 ~ Katlin Rohn
Mar. & Apr. ~ James Ruddle
May & June ~ Sharon Ridge
July & August ~ Edson Inniss

Reed's Florists, Pickering Town Centre

Jan. & Feb. 2018 - Charles Burke
March April ~ Gwen Williams
May & June – Mary Woodside

Debbie's Boutique Café, Ajax

94 Harwood Ave. S, Ajax L1S 2H8 | 905 239 6721 across from Ajax Library

Jan. & Feb. 2018 - Nesrin Blair
Mar & Apr. – Eileen Myers
May & June – Maggie Burgess

OPG Info Centre, Pickering

May & June - Nesrin Blair
July & Aug. – Maude Lipsett
Sept. & Oct. – Jennifer & Gordon Ross
Nov. & Dec. – Sharon Janushewski
Jan. & Feb. 2018 – Sharon Steinhaus

McLean Community Centre, Ajax

Feb. 6 - Mar. 20 - Lemonville Group
Mar. 20 - Apr. 24 - Jeanette Hay & Mirek Bialy
Apr. 24 - May 29 - PRAC - JPE
May 29 - June. 26 – ACA – Juried Art Show
Jun. 26 - Aug. 7 - David Robinson & Erum Irtaza
Aug. 7 - Sept. 11 - Kim Johnson & Denise Gracias
Sept. 11 - Oct. 16 - Heather Nicholson & Kay Hubbard
Oct. 17 - Nov. 27 - PRAC - JAS
Nov. 27 - Jan. 8 - Ajax Photo show (not ours)


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