August Events Round Up

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Here’s a taste of what’s going on in this month in Burlington:

August 12: 7-8pm: A Magical Evening of Dance: KooGle Theatre presents an outdoor dance event at the Central Park Bandshell. Admission is on a pay-what-you-can basis, but the organizers suggest $5-10. This has a rain location at the Music centre located directly behind the bandshell.

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July Events Round-up

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Summer vacation leaves parents scrambling to find things for little ones to do. Here’s a taste of what’s going on in Burlington this month.

July 7: 9:30am-3:30pm: Summer Camp Begins: Ireland House Museum begins its journey around the world in 25 days with this summer camp. This week’s theme is Africa. Kids between ages 5-12 years will play games, and do crafts as they learn about the world. For more information and to register visit the museum’s official website or call: 905-332-9888. Camp is $30/day.

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The Orange Door Project

The Home Depot Canada Foundation set a new challenge to address youth homelessness because far too many young people are facing challenges with access to safe, stable and affordable housing.

Each year, The Home Depot Canada Foundation holds a national, in-store fundraising campaign that invites customers to make a $2 donation in support of a local charity.

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Sound of Music Festival Seeking Volunteers

Sound of Music Festival needs people like you. The Festival is looking for energetic, fun volunteers to help with this year's event. Each year, the Festival requires the help of over 1000
volunteers, in 12 different areas from park set-up to clean-up and everything in between.

Schedules varies from 3 to 8 hours in duration.

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May Events Round-up

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Here’s a taste of what’s going in Burlington this May

May 13: 6:30-7:30pm: Chamber Trip to China- Free Info Night: Visit the Holiday Inn Burlington to find out about the Burlington Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Trip to China.

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April Events Round Up

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April 17: 7-9pm: Meet The Author: Burlington Public Library’s Central Branch hosts television personality Frankie Flowers as he speaks about his latest book, Power Plants Cost is free. To pre-register visit their website, or call: 905-639-3611 ext. 1321. The Central branch is located at 2331 New St.

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How will You Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?

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On the 17th of March each year, people all around the world celebrate Saint Patrick's Day, also called the Feast of Saint Patrick.

While the day is observed to remember Saint Patrick and the beginning of Christianity in Ireland, it has become a truly global holiday.

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March Break Crafts and Activities

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March break is here and if you are looking for ideas that will spark their creativity and include a bit of learning, how about some Spring activities?

Kids love to plant seeds and it's a great learning activity. If you have space for an outdoor garden, work with your children around what they want to plant.

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March Events Round Up

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Spring is almost here and we can hear everyone's cheer.

March 10: 2-3:30pm: Divergent Release Party: Come to the Alton Branch Library to celebrate the upcoming release of Divergent. Test your knowledge and play games inspired by the book. For ages 13-18 years.

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March Break Fun in Halton

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Kids and parents alike look forward to March break where students get reprieve from their classes.

Luckily, the cities of Burlington and Milton provide a wide range of options to help keep boredom at bay, and in many cases continue the learning experience through fun and educational activities.

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