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July 2023

Great events in the Region of Durham and the GTA that might happen
in
July!

Please confirm dates before booking
* by performances means matinees

You may find more information on events if you go to our group facebook page.

July 2024 Early Bird Listings

Early Bird

June & July ~ Station Gallery

Station GalleryNADINE WYCZÓŁKOWSKI | PRAYER
New generation photographer interprets a prayer into visual form as an exhibition in the Jill Dyall Community Space.
1450 Henry St. Whitby
https://www.stationgallery.ca

July 10 – 27 ~ Theatre on the Ridge

Theatre On The RidgeMusical of Musicals: The Musical
Music, Book and Lyrics by Joanne Bogart & Eric Rockwell
Director/Music Director: Lyle Corrigan/Carol Salamone
Step into the world of musical theatre satire! This production transforms one story into five delightful musicals, each in the style of a different master—from Rodgers & Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim.
Seasons passes are now available for only $90 for 3 shows!
Scugog Shores Museum Village.
16210 Island Rd., Port Perry
https://theatreontheridge.ca/shows/

July ~ Noisy Art in the Library

Noisy Art 2023Pickering Public Library and PRAC
July 2 and closing it on July 26. Adjudicating can take place the week of July 29th. The Noisy Art reception can take place in the evening at the Central Library on Wednesday, August 14th.
https://pickeringlibrary.ca/

 

July & August ~ Station Gallery

Station Gallery2024 CANADIAN CARRIBEAN PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS COLLECTIVE | BEYOND THE CARNIVAL
Group exhibition of lens-based artists of Carribbean background, celebrating vibrant West Indies culture.
1450 Henry St. Whitby
https://www.stationgallery.ca

 

 

CALL FOR ART

Colborne ART GalleryThe Colborne Art Gallery Annual Juried Show Sept 7th to Nov 5th
Online submissions thecolborneartgallery.ca
Submissions close August 6th
The Colborne Art Gallery
51 King St. E. Colborne

Continuing from last month

to July 2 ~ Colborne Art Gallery

Colborne ART GalleryCAG members themed show: REFLECTIONS
The 9 CAG members present works on a group theme. .
51 King St E, Colborne
https://thecolborneartgallery.ca/

to July 8 ~ Latcham Art Centre

Latcham Art CentreBorn in Nigeria and based in Toronto, Emmanuel Osahor’s artwork engages with beauty as a necessity for survival and a precursor to thriving. For What we tend, the artist depicts gardens as carefully considered and intricate sanctuaries. His paintings and etchings embody a collage-like sensibility, drawing from various sources to create new yet convincing garden settings. Also featured are recent ceramic fountains, which moves the exhibition toward the immersive.
Latcham Art Centre
2 Park Drive
Stouffville
https://www.latchamartcentre.ca

to July 27 ~ Rola Jaber and Nesrin Blair

Two of a Kind art show at Kent Farndale Gallery.
Kent Farndale Gallery
Scugog Memorial Public Library
231 Water Street, Port Perry
https://www.scugoglibrary.ca/gallery/gallery-information/

 

May 13 to Aug 27 ~ VAC

http://www.vac.caAdam Basanta: Every Beloved Object
143 Simpson Ave, Bowmanville
https://www.vac.ca

 

 

 

to Aug 27 ~ VAC

http://www.vac.caHeather Nicol: Prelude/Requiem
143 Simpson Ave, Bowmanville
https://www.vac.ca

 

 

RMG to August 20 ~ Painters Eleven: Ontario’s Abstract Collective
to August 20 ~ The Ties That Bind
72 Queen St. Civic Centre, Oshawa
https://rmg.on.ca/

 

June 10 - Sept 24 ~ RMG

RMGAnna Binta Diallo, Those mountains of shadows and valleys of light, from the Topographies series, 2023. Digital collage. Courtesy of the artist.
72 Queen St. Civic Centre, Oshawa
https://rmg.on.ca/

 

June 10 - Sept 24 ~ RMG

RMG Aaron Jones: Fountain of Dreams
Aaron Jones, Wandering, 2023. Film still. Courtesy of the artist.
72 Queen St. Civic Centre, Oshawa
https://rmg.on.ca/

 

July 27 ~ RMG

RMGRBC Incubator Lab
Tune in to our RBC Artist in Residence's IG Live! Expanding on his ongoing study of the toxic legacy of Canada’s post-nuclear landscape, Noah Scheinman will explore colonial and industrial histories of Durham Region.
72 Queen St. Civic Centre, Oshawa
https://rmg.on.ca/

 

June 24 - Jan 15, 2024 ~ RMG

RMGQueering the Collection
June 24, 2023 - January 15, 2024
John Lander (Canadian, 1951 – 1992), Lullyhill, 1975, photo-serigraph on paper. Purchase, 1976.
Oshawa Creek: Industrial History
72 Queen St. Civic Centre, Oshawa
https://rmg.on.ca/

June 24 - Jan 7, 2024 ~ RMG

RMGOshawa Creek Flooding in the “Hollow”, 1922, The Thomas Bouckley Collection.
Oshawa Creek: Industrial History
72 Queen St. Civic Centre, Oshawa
https://rmg.on.ca/

 

July 2023

July and August ~ Karen Richardson and Gary Faulkner

Miskwaa Studio and Outdoor Art Gallery
250 Edwina Drive, Trent Lakes, ON (between Bobcaygeon and Buckhorn), off of County Rd 36. Watch for the Miskwaa Art Gallery highway sign.

July ~ Noisy Art in the Library

Noisy Art 2023Pickering Public Library and PRAC are pleased to once more present an art show for kids "Noisy Art in the Library"
Awards Reception ~ Thurs, August 10th from 6-7pm at the Central Library Auditorium.
Entries must be dropped off between July 4 and July 21 by 5:00pm at the Central Library to the attention of Sadiya Mohamed. ENTRY FORM HERE
Pick Up of All Artwork August 10 - 25
www.pickeringlibrary.ca see photos HERE

to July 2 ~ The Colborne Art Gallery

Colborne ART GalleryCobourg Waterfront Festival in "Spirit of the Hills" tent. https://thecolborneartgallery.ca/

 

July 6 & Aug 10 ~ Lynde House Museum

Lynde HousePaint Nights in the Park
with Mina Daya $40 p/p
Lynde House Museum
900 Brock St S, Whitby
Register online lyndehousemuseum.com/events

 

 

July 6 ~ Whitby Brass Band

Whtiby Brass BandSummer Concert by the Lake
Concerts are on Thursday evenings at Heydenshore Pavilion, 589 Water Street in Whitby. Concert time 7:30 pm, rain or shine. If weather is bad concerts will be indoors.
Concert dates are:
22 June, 6 and 27 July, 17 August.
https://whitbybrassband.com/concerts.php

July 8 to Sept 3 ~ Colborne Art Gallery

Colborne ART GalleryJuly 8th @ 2pm to 4pm
Reception: “Under the Sun” Members’ Show with Guest Artist Jodie Radoman show, “Moondance”
Running to Sept 3rd
thecolborneartgallery.ca
The Colborne Art Gallery
51 King St. E. Colborne

July 8 to Aug 26 ~ Station Gallery

Station GalleryVicky Talwar | Enlightened Mind
July 8 – August 26, 2023
Opening reception: Saturday, July 8, 1 – 4pm
Vicky Talwar is an interdisciplinary artist who draws upon her personal experience as a Hindu Canadian to produce paintings, mixed media, and installation artworks.
Station Gallery
1450 Henry St., Whitby
905.668.4185
www.stationgallery.ca

 

July 9 ~ Pickering Community Concert Band

PCCBPerforming at the gazebo, July 9, 2:00pm, part of the City of Pickering Sumner Concert Series.
One The Esplanade
https://www.concertband.ca/

 

July 13~ Station Gallery

Station GalleryArt Talk, The Birth of a Station
Station Gallery
1450 Henry St., Whitby
905.668.4185
www.stationgallery.ca

 

July 13 ~ Station Gallery

Station GalleryThursday Night Live 2023 with Rob Tardik
Join Station Gallery for a night of art and music. Station Gallery’s Thursday Night Live is a night of music, food and art, with various local musicians and local businesses coming together for a night of fun. Enjoy the art and the music all summer long on our patio at Station Gallery.
From 6-10PM | Entry by suggested donation $10
1450 Henry St., Whitby 905.668.4185
www.stationgallery.ca

July 14 to Aug 19 ~ Latcham Art Centre

Latcham Art Centre

SASS! Street Art Seniors of Stouffville
Latcham Art Centre
2 Park Drive
Stouffville
https://www.latchamartcentre.ca

 

July 15 ~ Lynde House Museum

Lynde House4th Annual Art in the Garden
with Mina Daya $40 p/p
Lynde House Museum
900 Brock St S, Whitby
Register online lyndehousemuseum.com/events

 

 

July 15 ~ Oshawa Civic Band

Oshawa Civic BandJuly 15 ~ South Park at 1:30 Henry House Lawn (Oshawa Lakeview park)
July 19 ~ Summer Fantasy at 7:30 Memorial Park Bandshell 110 Simcoe St S, Oshawa
August 9 ~ POPCAN at 7:30 Memorial Park Bandshell
August 30 ~ Moonscapes at 7:30 Memorial Park Bandshell

 

July 19 ~ Oshawa Civic Band

Oshawa Civic Band July 19 ~ Summer Fantasy at 7:30 Memorial Park Bandshell 110 Simcoe St S, Oshawa
August 9 ~ POPCAN at 7:30 Memorial Park Bandshell
August 30 ~ Moonscapes at 7:30 Memorial Park Bandshell

July 21 & 22 ~ The Guild Alive with Culture

Arts Festival
PRAC artists: Sherrill Gerard, Harsh Raghav and Cathederal Bluffs Symphony Orchestra.
Guild Park and Gardens
201 Guildwood Parkwya, Scar

July 22 & 23~ Lynde House Museum

Lynde House"Here Before"
Immersive History Experience
Lynde House Museum
900 Brock St S, Whitby
Register online lyndehousemuseum.com/events

 

July 26, Aug 23 Sept 20 ~ Lynde House Museum

Lynde HouseRythmic Fun for Everyone
Drum Circle
6:30
Lynde House Museum
900 Brock St S, Whitby
$10 p/p or $25 p/family
Register online lyndehousemuseum.com/events

 

July 27 ~ Station Gallery

Station GalleryThursday Night Live 2023 with The Sidewalk Crusaders
Join Station Gallery for a night of art and music. Station Gallery’s Thursday Night Live is a night of music, food and art, with various local musicians and local businesses coming together for a night of fun. Enjoy the art and the music all summer long on our patio at Station Gallery. From 6-10PM | Entry by suggested donation $10
Station Gallery, 1450 Henry St., Whitby 905.668.4185
www.stationgallery.ca

 

July 27 ~ Whitby Brass Band

Whtiby Brass BandSummer Concert by the Lake
Concerts are on Thursday evenings at Heydenshore Pavilion, 589 Water Street in Whitby. Concert time 7:30 pm, rain or shine. If weather is bad concerts will be indoors.
Concert dates are:
22 June, 6 and 27 July, 17 August.
https://whitbybrassband.com/concerts.php

July 27 to Sept 3 ~ Eileen Myers

Capturing Magic Eileen will be the guest artist at the Northumberland Arts Gallery and Shop 8 Queen St, Port Hope

July 29 ~ A Gift of Art

A Gift of ArtCelebrate with the community for the Newcastle Town Hall's 100th Anniversary on July 29th! Tons of fun for everyone in the family! 10 hours of fun, Live Entertainment, Kids Zone, Refreshments and a Tractor Show, a good old fashioned great way to spend the day!

 

 

 

Art in Public PlacesOPG Info Centre 2023

1675 Montgomery Park Road
Pickering, L1V 2R5 ON

Jan 19 - March 15
Michael Newman (Tomhol)
Mar 15 - May 10 ~ Ajax Creative Arts
May 10 - July 5 ~ Saba Kalim
July 5 - Aug 30 ~ Anja Sagan
Aug 30 - Oct 18 ~ Monique Rowe & Nancy Mueller
Oct 18 - Dec 13, 2024 ~ Open

McLean Community Centre, Ajax
95 Magill Drive, Ajax

Fabulous MediumsFABULOUS MEDIUMS 2023

Feb. 10 to Mar 20
Harsha Raghav & David S. Robinson
Mar 20 to Apr 24 ~ Ajax Creative Arts
April 24 to May 28 ~ PRAC Juried Photography Exhibition
May 28 to July 3 ~ Allan O'Marra
July 3 to Aug 7 ~ Lauren Boissonneault
Aug 7 to Sept 11 ~ Kay Hubbard
Sept 11 to Oct 16 ~ Digital Art Show
Oct. 16 to Nov. 19 ~ PRAC Juried Art Show
Nov. 19 to Jan 8, 2024 ~ Nancy Mueller


WestbenWestben Summer Festival 2023
6698 County Road 30
Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0
1-877-883-5777
www.westben.ca

WESTBEN
Measha Brueggergosman-Lee
Sunday, July 2 at 2:00 PM

Motivated and hungry for new experiences, Ms. Measha Brueggergosman-Lee leads a career that effortlessly embraces the broadest array of performance platforms and musical styles, and genres. From art song to jazz to opera, this Grammy Award nominee has appeared from Carnegie Hall and Washington’s Kennedy Center to London’s Wigmore Hall and the Musikverein in Vienna. And now at The Barn!
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $65/ Senior $63/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Brian Finley
Friday, July 7 at 2:00 PM

“My piano is to me what a ship is to the sailor... It is the intimate personal depository of everything that stirred wildly in my brain during the most impassioned days of my youth. It was there that all my wishes, all my dreams, all my joys, and all my sorrows lay.” – Franz Liszt
Westben’s Artistic & Managing Director presents an afternoon of favourite piano music of Franz Liszt, including Un sospiro, Consolation No. 3, Second Hungarian Rhapsodie, and more.
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $55/ Senior $53/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Morgan Toney
Friday, July 7 at 7:00 PM

“We are living in circles. The earth is a circle. The drum is a circle, how we move around is a circle, and how we greet each other. The talking circle is huge.” – Morgan Toney
Indigenous Artist of the Year and Inspirational Performance of the Year (2022 East Coast Music Awards) Mi'kmaq fiddler and singer Morgan Toney brings together the fiery fiddling of Cape Breton Island with the old songs of the Mi’kmaq People with brilliance and heart.
On Willow Hill, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $45/Senior $43/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Sacha
Saturday, July 8 at 7:00 PM

Originally from Warkworth Ontario, Sacha is one of country music’s fastest-rising stars. Making a name for herself in the US and Canada since the release of her debut EP in 2020, the breakout artist was
named as a member of CMT’s Next Women of Country 2021 class while also earning her first platinum single with the viral hit track “What The Truck,” (w/The Reklaws), which was the fastest Canadian country song to go PLATINUM in history.
On Willow Hill, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $45/Senior $43/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
The Fretless
Sunday, July 9 at 2:00 PM

Four ferocious players, masterful composition, and a genre-bending sound — Juno award-winning The Fretless is a Canadian quartet that has firmly taken its place on the map to a progressive form of “trad”. Within what appears to be a simple and classical construct — two fiddles, a viola, and a cello — The Fretless has created a sound that is distinctly rich, multi-layered, and uniquely percussive. Expect intricate, beautiful, high-energy arrangements which have been enjoyed around the world from this supergroup of celebrated solo artists.
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $45/Senior $43/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Sounds of Silence
Thursday, July 13 at 7:00 PM

Expect the unexpected! Who knows what will happen when Ben Finley and a brilliant group of improvising musicians teams up with ET the Mime, one of Canada’s favourite mime artists, to explore a series of silent movies, including an original piece by Campbellford videographer, Stephen Dagg. You’ll be left searching for words!
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $35/Senior $33/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Ben Heppner with the Elmer Iseler Singers
Friday, July 14 at 2:00 PM

Canadian tenor Ben Heppner is renowned worldwide for his portrayals of the dramatic tenor repertoire. With an illustrious career that has taken him to opera stages and concert halls around the world, Ben now joins forces with The Elmer Iseler Singers. Conducted by artistic director Lydia Adams, the internationally acclaimed 20-voice ensemble celebrates its 44th Anniversary Season in 2022/23.
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $65/ Senior $63/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Mozart in the Meadow
Saturday, July 15 at 2:00 PM

The sun is shining, the air is sweet. What better way to enjoy the magnificence of the chamber music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? Five favourite Westben musicians gather at The Barn to perform music for
clarinet and string quartet! Peter Shakleton, clarinet; Stephen Sitarski, violin; Sophie Drouin, violin; Jody Davenport, viola; Cathy Anderson, cello
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $55/ Senior $53/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Del Barber
Saturday, July 15 at 8:00 PM

With nominations for JUNO Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards, and Canadian Folk Music Awards, singer-songwriter Del Barber has shaped the folk music canon in Canada with five critically acclaimed studio albums under his belt, including his latest, “Easy Keeper,” an Americana opus that was four years in the making.
Around the Campfire, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $50/ Senior $48/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Dan Hill
Sunday, July 16 at 2:00 PM

Nominated for a Grammy for Best Male Vocal, winner of a Grammy (as co-producer of “Seduces Me” on Celine Dion’s 32 plus million-selling “Falling Into You” album), winner of five Juno Awards, the Harold Moon Award (Canadian Lifetime Song writing Achievement Award) and inducted into the venerated Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame Award (2021), Dan is an international music industry legend.
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $65/ Senior $63/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Natural Balance
Thursday, July 20 at 7:00 PM

Join a friendly gathering of Alderville First Nation neighbours as they meet at The Barn to share stories, music, and conversation about their life, history, hopes, and dreams. Included is a special introduction to the creation and caretakership of Alderville’s Black Oak Savanna, the largest intact tract of native grassland in Central Ontario.
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $45/Senior $43/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Emilie-Claire Barlow
Friday, July 21 at 7:00 PM

Canada's incomparable vocal jazz jewel Emilie-Claire Barlow leads her stellar band through innovative arrangements of American-Songbook treasures, rhythmic bossa novas and elegant ballads. Known and loved for her relaxed, polished demeanour, her charming humour, and a voice of unforgettable beauty, Emilie-Claire’s concert will feature favourites from her extensive repertoire as well as new arrangements from her forthcoming 13th album "Spark Bird".
On Willow Hill, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $55/ Senior $53/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Janina Fialkowska
Saturday, July 22 at 2:00 PM

A Canadian classical legend. For almost 50 years, concert pianist Janina Fialkowska has enchanted audiences and critics around the world. Praised for her musical integrity, refreshing natural approach, and unique piano sound, she has been hailed as “one of the Grandes Dames of piano playing” (Frankfurter Allgemeine). A venerated interpreter of the music of Chopin, she is the winner of the BBC Music Magazine’s 2013 “Instrumental CD of the Year" award as well as a Canadian Juno (2018). She is an Officer of the Order of Canada and winner of the “Governor General’s 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award in Classical Music.”
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $65/ Senior $63/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Ben Caplan
Saturday, July 22 at 8:00 PM

Described as both the roar of the hurricane and the eye of the storm, Ben Caplan has an uncanny ability to channel both wild abandon and quiet introspection in his song writing. Often drawing on his Jewish heritage, his music often mixes biblical imagery and klezmer-inflected melodies, re-appropriating ancient sounds, and themes with a decidedly contemporary twist.
Around the Campfire, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $50/ Senior $48/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Chantal Kreviazuk
Sunday, July 23 at 2:00 PM

A platinum-selling, Grammy, and three-time Juno Award-winning artist from Winnipeg, Chantal Kreviazuk released her sixth album “Hard Sail” in 2016. A holiday album - “Christmas Is A Way Of Life, My Dear” – followed in 2019, with a brand new album “Get To You” released in the summer of 2020. While raising her three sons with her husband Raine Maida, she also spent time on her other musical passion, crafting songs. Chantal has written for Drake, Pitbull, Kendrick Lamar, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Josh Groban, and countless others.
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 Www.Westben.Ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $65/ Senior $63/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5

WESTBEN
Les Mis in Concert
Tuesday, July 25 at 2:00 PM
Wednesday, July 26 at 2:00 PM
Thursday, July 27 at 2:00 PM
Friday, July 28 at 7:00 PM
Saturday, July 29 at 2:00 PM
Sunday, July 30 at 2:00 PM

Tuesday, August 1st, 2023 - 2:00 PM
Wednesday, August 2nd, 2023 - 2:00 PM

Experience the music of one of the most moving and beloved musicals in history. An all-star cast assembles at The Barn to bring to life all the favourite musical moments from this international hit. Featuring Adam Fisher, Robert Longo, Caitlin Wood, David Michael Moote, Maher Pavri & Kim Dafoe. (Please note: this is a concert version of the music from the musical, and not a fully-staged production)
At The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0 1-877-883-5777 www.westben.ca
Ticket Prices: Adult $55/ Senior $53/Under 30 $30/18 & Under $5


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