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        The Winged Canvas Collective Exhibition

        May 24 to June 23, 2019

        Location: Winged Canvas Art Hub
        185 Bullock Drive, Unit #1 Markham map

        Join us for the debut exhibition of the Winged Canvas Collective. The Collective is made up of a diverse group of artists (including Winged Canvas staff) as well as local GTA-based artists. Each artist has a distinct style and specialty. From whimsical illustrations to classic Canadian landscapes, this exhibit is an expansive look at the talent of the Collective. 

        We'll also celebrate our talented students during this exhibition - their art will be on display in the Monet Studio! 

        Featuring artists: Raffi Anderian, Nasim Abaein, Izzy Jefferson, Alyssa Wongso, Hripsime Machkalyan, Cindy Fan, Genie Kim, Elena Dinissuk, Jay Lintag, & Fei Lu.







        Our Children: Reflections of Childhood in Historical Canadian Art

        Our Children: Reflections of Childhood
        in Historical Canadian Art

        On View from April 13 ?June 23, 2019 

        Location: 
        Varley Art Gallery of Markham
        216 Main Street Unionville
          map

        From staged commissioned portraits to lighthearted scenes of leisure, this exhibition explores the portrayal of children by Canadian artists in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Collectively, these works offer insight into the changing conceptions of childhood within Canadian settler societies, including family dynamics, gender roles and class structures. The exhibition features many prominent artists from this broad period including Paul Kane, Cornelius Krieghoff, Robert Harris, George Agnew Reid and Charlotte Schreiber. Consequently, these works also speak to the development of a Canadian artistic milieu, evidenced by the establishment of artist associations, the Royal Canadian Academy and the increasing professionalisation of the artist.

        Curated by Anik Glaude and Charlotte Gagnier


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        Image: Robert Harris, "The Unruly Guest (Portraits of Children of G. Stethem, Esq.)", 1880, oil on canvas, 91.5 x 122 cm. Private Collection. Photo: Frank Tancredi.




        Schnittke and Schonberg

        Saturday, June 8, 2019 at 8:00 p.m.

        Location: 
        Cornell Recital Hall
        3201 Bur Oak Ave.
          map

        A centerpiece to Markham’s 2019 Contemporary Music Festival, the Kindred Spirits Orchestra presents a multi-media concert of ground-breaking twentieth century music. One of his last musical works during his younger Post-Romantic musical output, twelve-tone composer Schönberg adheres to classical musical form while pushing the boundaries of harmony and tonality in his Kammersymphonie No. 1. Written in 1979, Schnittke’s Concerto for Piano and Strings is founded on stark contrasts: “sunshine?and “storm clouds,?in the words of the composer himself. In addition, this concert will also feature an audio-visual presentation about the lives of these two "revolutionary" composers.

        Kristian Alexander | conductor
        Antonia deWolfe | pianist
        Michael Berec | host 

        Schnittke, Concerto for piano and strings
        Schönberg, Kammersymphonie, Op. 9 

        $20

        All Community Games

        All Community Games

        Established in 2005, All Community Games' (formerly Asian Community Games) mission is to unite all communities through several days of friendly athletic competition.  The goal is to facilitate a better understanding through interaction with each other.

        Since the inception, we have been deeply encouraged by the responses and input of many communities. The Asian Community Games was opened to all Canadians of different age groups and ethnic communities. In 2017, to reflect the participation from all ethnic communities, the Asian Community Games was officially renamed to All Community Games.

        For the details of the 15th ALL Community Games ( AC Games ), please visit the website, http://acgames.ca/home-asian-community-games.




        ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge

        ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge

        The City of Markham is participating in the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge, May 31st ?June 16th. Together, let’s strive to be named Canada’s Most Active Community.

        The ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge is helping strengthen communities through physical activity and sport. ParticipACTION is awarding $150,000 to the community with the most participants and the most active minutes during the challenge.

        Download the ParticipACTION App (available in the Apple Store and Google Play Store) today to get started!

        Learn more: http://www.markhampanamcentre.ca/physical-literacy/markham-in-motion/
        Event Organizer contact
        Markham Sport Development
        (905) 475-4730




        Main Street Markham Farmers' Market

         Every Saturday from May 11 ?October 12, 2019

        8 a.m. ?1 p.m. 

        Location: 132 Robinson Street map
        (Main Street Markham North, 2 lights north of Highway 7)


        Freshness Straight From the Farm

        Our award-winning market is a great place to enjoy amazing local products and live entertainment. Find fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables, baked goods, preserves, flowers and much, much more, all well listening to live performances ?this year, featuring new musicians and performers! The market’s merchants guarantee quality products and competitive pricing. Support local producers and small businesses in Markham!

        The Main Street Markham Farmers?Market is a proud member of Farmers?Markets of Ontario’s Greenbelt.

        Event Organizer: MVBIA
        Telephone: 905-472-2462
        Email Contact: info@mainstreetmarkham.com
        Website Address: https://mms.mainstreetmarkham.com/Calendar/moreinfo.php?eventid=9656




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                 Chance of Precipitation: 20%
                 Wind: 12 - 18 km/h North
                 Sunrise: 5:35 a.m.   Sunset: 8:56 p.m.

                 UV: 8 Very High
                 Pollen: High
                             

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        Markham Village Music Festival

        Markham Village Music Festival

        Friday, June 14 & Saturday, June 15, 2019

        Location: Main Street Markham North  map

        The Markham Village Music Festival is back on the third weekend in June on the Main Street of Markham Village. On June 14 & 15, the Festival will be held on Markham Road, north of Highway 7. The Festival features four stages of entertainment, craft and food vendors, Farmers?Market and a Kid’s Zone in Morgan Park. 

        The Multicultural Taste of Markham is a distinct festival within the music Festival that takes place mostly on Friday evening.
         

        Morgan Park (one block east of Main Street) will be bringing back the carnival rides and Kids?Zone this year.  The carnival rides will be operating on Friday evening and Saturday.

        The musical genres cover everything from rock to jazz. Friday evening and part of Saturday highlights our diverse communities with music, dance and food from around the world. 

        Family fun for everyone!  Friday, June 14 from 6 to 11 p.m. and Saturday, June 15 from 10 a.m to 9 p.m. For more information, please visit
         www.markhamfestival.com

         

        Click here to view more exciting shows,
         events and festivals of 2019.





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          Serenity Dark Phoenix



          Serenity The Secret Life of Pets 2



          Serenity Chasing The Dragon 2:Wild Wild Bunch



          Serenity Godzilla: King Of The Monsters



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          Serenity Mayday Life



          Serenity Aladdin


           John WickJohn Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum


           Pokemon Detective PikachuPokemon Detective Pikachu


          Serenity Avengers: Endgame






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