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Tue Aug 18 FUNDY FRINGE FESTIVAL (AUG 18-23). Various venues in uptown Saint John. Saint John's Hottest Festival Returns! What is Fringe? The Fundy Fringe Festival is an exciting multi-day, multi-venue, and multi-disciplinary theatre festival that attracts artists from all over New Brunswick and Canada. Fringe festivals typically include original, edgier material, small casts, non-traditional venues, simple tech and staging, and quick set-up and tear down. Each festival follows a series of basic guidelines including low admission prices, selection of participants by lottery, no censorship, shorter performances, and 100% of the ticket revenue going to the performing companies. For more information, please visit or email

21 August Friday 4pm-6pm: Gallery Hop. Free admission. Start the Gallery Hop at the New Brunswick Museum, with two temporary exhibitions New Brunswick Art Bank 2013-2014 Acquisitions and Les Hookeuses du Bor’de’lo & Roussel. (Bilingual)

Fri Aug 21 MARITIME FLAVOURS FESTIVAL. Market Square Boardwalk Start Time: 5:00 pm. New Brunswick’s Festival Place is a feast for the senses: simply the best in dining, entertainment, and atmosphere. Come have a great time and savour best flavours Atlantic Canada has to offer! Please visit for more information. Contact Phone: (506) 658-3600

Fri Aug 21 SAINT JOHN GALLERY HOP (# 2 of 3). Various galleries, uptown Saint John. 4:00-8:00 pm. Join in the excitement of going from gallery to gallery to view the latest exhibitions, meet the artists and gallery directors/owners, enjoy some light refreshments, and delight in conversing with friends along the way. The Gallery Hops are a popular event in Saint John. Participating galleries include: Public Galleries: 4-6 pm City of Saint John Gallery, 20 Peel Plaza / Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South / Library Millennium Artplace, 1 Market Square / New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square / Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza / Third Space Gallery, various locations Commercial Galleries: 5-8 pm Citadel Gallery, 162 Charlotte St. / Cobalt Gallery, 111 Prince William St. / Handworks Gallery, 12 King St. / Jones Gallery & Studio, 73 Duke St. / Peter Buckland Gallery, 35 Duke St. / Trinity Galleries, 128 Germain St.

Tue Aug 25 NEW BRUNSWICK'S TALENT SHOWCASE. Boardwalk of Market Square. 7:00 pm. Do you have what it takes to be New Brunswick’s favourite performer? Every Tuesday evening, the Boardwalk will host sensational dancers, singers, jugglers, and invited performers. From goosebump-generating opera to dancing dogs, there is something for everyone! For an application visit: For more information visit Contact Phone: (506) 658-3600

Wed Aug 26 SAINT JOHN IDOL XIII. Boardwalk of Market Square. 7:00 pm. Season XIII of Saint John Idol is a much anticipated part of Saint John’s summertime Wednesdays! Thousands of spectators arrive each week to cheer for their favourite local talent. Over ten weeks, contestants have the opportunity to compete in challenges to win a weekly prize of $250, and a grand prize of $5,000 is presented to the winner in late August! Contact Market Square Administration: (506) 658-3600. Contact Phone: (506) 658-3600

27 August Thursday 6:30-7:30pm: New Brunswick Museum Walk - Uptown Saint John - A Loyalist History. Regular admission. Join a NBM Interpreter for a discovery walk and learn how this land was host to the arrival of thousands of people, representing many cultures fleeing the aftermath of the American Revolution. Meet at the New Brunswick Museum Reception Desk. (Bilingual)

Sat Aug 29 11TH SAINT JOHN DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL. Renforth Park, Rothesay. 8:00 am-5:00 pm. 11th Annual Saint John Dragon Boat Festival in support of St. Joseph's Hospital Foundation. Please visit our web-site at Contact Phone: (506)632-5497

Tue Sep 01 MOVIES IN THE PARK. Lily Lake Pavilion, Rockwood Park. 9:15 pm. Lily Lake Pavilion Inc., a registered charity and non-profit organization, invites citizens of all ages to enjoy a free, family movie, on the outdoor screen on Tuesday nights beginning at dusk. Movies in the Park is an important community program supported by Lily Lake Pavilion Inc. and funded with proceeds from the Tim Hortons Pavilion Cup. Movies will be shown inside the Lily Lake Pavilion in case of inclement weather. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a movie under the stars. September 1: Frozen (G) 102 mins Contact Phone: 506-693-1117

Tue Sep 01 WEST BRANCH LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS (SEP). Lancaster Mall, 621 Fairville Boulevard. SRC News Summer Reading Club 2015 was a fantastic success and a huge thank you goes out to coordinators Jessica, Jennifer, Saird , Briana and all the West Branch Library Junior Readers. Super Job! Super Saturday Fall Fun Fair, Sat, Sep 26: 2:30 pm. Games, food and tons of fun! Lego™ Saturday * Imagine*Build*Create* Sat, Sep 19: 10:00 am-4:30 pm. Family Movie Matinée Sat, Sep 19: 11:00 am. Come and watch Cinderella. Popcorn courtesy of Lancaster Mall. You are welcome to bring your own treats! Babies in the Library Please sign up for the next session - Sep 08, 15, 22 & 29, Tuesdays at 10:30 am. Time for Tots Drop-In For children aged 18–36 months. Held every Thursday morning at 10:30 am. Story Time Drop –In A program for all ages consisting of stories, songs, fingerplays and a craft. This program is offered Friday mornings at 10:30 am. Thursday Night Homework Help Elementary and Middle school homework help every Thursday evening from 5:30–7:30 pm. Pre-register at (506) 643-7260 or Family Drop-In Table All day every day! Books, a craft, puzzles and colouring sheets organized around a different theme each week. Upcoming Events Super Saturday Pumpkin Carve –Off 2015 Scary Story Writing Contest Games @ the Library by Atlantic Provinces Library Association Contact Phone: (506)643-7260

Tue Sep 01 EAST BRANCH LIBRARY: ADULT PROGRAMS (SEP). East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road. Tue, Sep 01: 6:30 pm. E-Reader Information. An informative session about e-books & e-readers. Bring your own device. Tue, Sep 08: 6:00 pm. Classic Film. Free popcorn & pop! Showing: Unbroken Rated 13+ Wed, Sep 09: 6:30 pm. Social Networking. Facebook, Twitter and more! Wed, Sep 16: 6:30 pm. Sunset Cinema. A relaxing movie evening. Free popcorn & pop! Showing The Magic of Belle Isle, Rated PG. Thu, Sep 24: 2:30 pm. Book Club For Adults. Pre-registration is required. Fri, Sep 25: 2;30 pm. Intro To iPads. Bring your own or try one of ours out at this informative session all about iPads. Sat, Sep 26: 11:00 am. Graphic Novel Club. Reader’s Choice. Tue, Sep 29: 2:00 pm. Knit & Crochet Club. Beginner’s welcome. Wed, Sep 30: 10:30 am. Senior’s Café. Stop by for casual conversation and light refreshments. Contact Phone: 506-643-7250

Thu Sep 03 EAST BRANCH LIBRARY: CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS (SEP). East Branch Library, 545 Westmorland Road. Preschool Story Time Every Thursday from 10:30–11:00 am. Fun with books, games, and cool crafts to take home! Family Drop-In Table filled with theme-related books and activity sheets that delight your family with something new each week. September themes~ School, Books, Apples, Fall and Scarecrows! Lego-Plooza Sat, Sep 19: All Day Drop In. Come build something fun and creative with our Lego at the library today! Children’s Movie Time Sat, Sep 26: 2:30 pm. Showing Big Hero 6, Rated (G), Popcorn and juice provided. Hackmatack Children’s Book Club Wed, Sep 30: 6:30–7:00 pm. Book club for children in grades 4-6! Read from 10 pre-selected Non-Fiction and Fiction titles and have a chance to vote for your favourite. Contact Phone: 506-643-7250

Fri Sep 04 MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL OF COLOURS. Diamond Jubilee Cruise Terminal, 333 Water Street. Presented by The Multicultural Association of Saint John Inc. (M.A.S.J. Inc.) This signature multicultural event is a celebration of cultural expression and human rights. The Multicultural Festival of Colours is a free public celebration for all ages. Everyone is welcome! For planning purposes: Day 1: Sep 04: 7:00 pm. Official Opening Ceremony. Day 2: Sep 05: 12:00-8:00 pm Multicultural Festival of Colours and Exhibition. Day 3: Sep 06: 12:00-5:00 pm. Multicultural Festival of Colours and Exhibition. Sat Sep 05 BIG BREAKFAST. 9 Market Street, Quispamsis. 8:00-11:00 am. Big breakfast served by the Quispamsis Lions Club. Scramble eggs, home fries, toast, baked beans, pancakes, sausages, bacon, coffee, tea, and assorted juices all for $7 per person. This event is a fundraiser by the Quispamsis Lions Club . Thank you for your support. follow us on face Book. Need more information please call (506) 849-2689. Contact Phone: 5068496518

Tue Sep 08 WEST BRANCH LIBRARY: ADULT PROGRAMS (SEP). Lancaster Mall, 621 Fairville Boulevard. WBL Gallery - Hilda Minor’s artwork will be featured for the months of Sep & Oct in the West Branch Library Gallery. Drop in anytime the library is open to view and leave her a note. WBL In the Window & Off the Canvas Display space available for decorative works of art. Chick Flic Enjoy ‘Girl’s Night’, with a chick Flic and the best popcorn on the Westside, Wed, Sep 09: 6:00 pm. Viewing: The Age of Adaline. It’s a Mystery to Me – Mystery Book Club Thu, Sep 17: 7:00 pm. Bring along your favourite summer mystery. New members are welcome. West Branch Library Social - Seniors, newcomers, and adults all welcome! Join us for a social time and light refreshments! Thu, Sep 24: 1:00 pm. Chick Lit Book Club - Robin and the Chicks pick for Wed, Sep 30: 7:00 pm – A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness. New members are welcome! Friday Flic Bring a friend and view a free movie and popcorn courtesy of Lancaster Mall. Fri, Sep 25 2:00 pm – Survivor starring Pierce Bronson. Blankets For Canada Society Inc. Crocheters and knitters are welcome to make 8x8 squares to create blankets for people without shelter in the Saint John Area. Donations of yarn gratefully appreciated. Knit 2 Together (k2tog) Tuesday afternoon drop-in. We have knitted squares, tea and treats; if you have the time drop in and put two or more together to make a blanket. Contact Phone: (506)643-7260

Thu Sep 10 GENTLE PATH COUNSELLING FALL FUNDRAISING DINNER. SJ Trade & Convention Centre, 1 Market Square. 6:00 pm. Join Gentle Path Counselling Services at their 2nd Annual Fall Fundraising Dinner. Special Guest: Slice TV Host and best-selling author, Gail Vaz-Oxlade. Gentle Path provides counselling and group programs for adults and children in Southern New Brunswick. In 2014, Gentle Path provided more than $60,000 to regional citizens in need, in the form of subsidized individual counselling and educational and support program services. There are many ways citizens can support our Fall Celebrity Fundraiser, including sponsorship, purchasing tickets or supporting our “Community Spirit” option by purchasing a table for a regional non-profit entity to attend the event. Tickets are $125 each and tables of 8 are $800. Charitable tax receipts are available. To register or for more information, please call (506) 652-7284 Ext: 355 or email

Thu Sep 10 FINANCIAL PATHWAYS TO PERSONAL WELL-BEING. Saint John Trade & Convention Centre, 1 Market Sq. 7:00 pm. Get Your Tickets Now! Gentle Path Counselling Services presents their 2nd Annual Fundraising Dinner on Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015 at 7pm at the Hilton/Trade & Convention Centre. We are pleased to announce that Slice TV show host Gail Vaz-Oxlade of popular series “Till Debt do us Part” & “Prince$$” will be our guest speaker for this year’s annual fundraising dinner. This event will be transformed into the all-time family favorite board game “Monopoly”. So come step into the game and play! Visit “Park Place”, “Go to Jail”, land on “Free Parking”, and perhaps meet the “Monopoly Man”! This evening will not only entertain the minds of all generations, guests will leave feeling confident they have gained tools for financial well-being. To date, Gail’s shows have won 3 Geminis and continuously inspire thousands of Canadians. Gail Vaz-Olxade talks about life, the universe & everything to do with money. Presenting sponsors to date include K-100/Kool-98 radio stations, the UNB Saint John Faculty of Business and MBA program, and the Hilton Saint John/Saint John Trade & Convention Centre. As you may know, Gentle Path Counselling Services Ltd is a local charitable organization that has been in operation for 17 years. We provide counselling and group programs for adults and children in Southern New Brunswick. Our Mission Statement is: “To provide quality counselling and support group services for individuals, families and children regardless of financial means.” In 2014, true to our mission statement, Gentle Path provided more than $50,000 to regional citizens in need, in the form of subsidized individual counselling and educational and support program services. Tickets and Sponsorship Opportunities are still available! Online ticket purchasing is now available! Tickets $125 each or Table of 8 for $800.! Charitable tax receipts are available! Contact Phone: (506) 652-7284

Sat Sep 12 BRYOND THE BUMP: MOMMY SHOWCASE. Trade and Convention Centre, 1 Market Square. 10:00 am-6:00 pm. This showcase is specifically designed for Mommy and Me time! Beyond the Bump highlights the greatest informative and interactive vendors known to Atlantic Canada. This show is great for parents of all stages: new or expecting, or the more seasoned parents. Beyond the Bump welcomes children of all ages and is sure to make a great family excursion. Vendors / Entertainment for young children / Character Photo Booth by donation / Popcorn / Cotton Candy / Candy Buffet. *Admission to this event is by diaper/baby supply donation to go towards a local shelter or food bank. Contact Phone: (506)442-2434

Sat Sep 12 COMMUNITY ELECTRONIC WASTE RECYCLING DAY. UNB Saint John campus, Tucker Park Road. 9:00 am-3:00 pm. The second annual community wide electronic-waste recycling day, hosted by UNB Saint John. However, it is first come first serve and once the truck is full we cannot accept any additional items. Televisions, computers and other electronic items contain hazardous materials like lead, mercury and cadmium. They pose a threat to the environment if buried in a landfill. This one-day event is an excellent opportunity to keep our used electronics out of the landfill. Saint John firefighters will also be on hand to help load the truck collect for a boot drive on behalf of muscular dystrophy. Community partners include Midland Transport, Chandler Sales, Resnet Inc., Chartwells, and the Saint John Firefighters. Contact Phone: (506) 648-5554

Sat Sep 12 TD TREE DAYS. Manchester Bird Sanctuary, 136-142 Porter Street. 9:00 am-1:00 pm. Join us as we do our part to help plant 50,000 trees nationwide during TD Tree Days. Locally, volunteers will plant 200 trees at Manchester Bird Sanctuary (136-142 Porter Street, Saint John). Volunteers should bring a refillable water bottle, and wear weather-appropriate attire and closed-toed shoes. To register for TD Tree Days in Saint John, or to learn more, visit Contact Phone: (506) 640-6520

Sat Sep 12 INTRO POTTERY ON THE WHEEL: 3 WEEK CLASS. Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. 1:30-4:30 pm from Sep 12-26 (Saturday afternoons for 3 weeks). Try your hand at making your own clay works of functional art in Greater Saint John’s community arts centre’s pottery studio. Sign up now and join professional potter Alison Gayton of 'I Love Saint John Pottery' for these fantastic classes, working on the wheel and handbuilding! Space is limited to only four students per class for plenty of time on the wheel and hands-on personal instruction. Cost: $190 (includes instruction, clay, use of tools and equipment, glazing and firing of finished pieces). For more information on our workshops, please call (506) 633-4870 or visit our website: Contact Phone: (506) 633-4870

Mon Sep 14 NON-INSTRUCTIONAL LIFE DRAWING. Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. Three Monday mornings (Sep 14-28): 10:00-12:00 noon. These weekly non-instructional classes provide artists with the opportunity to sketch and draw the human figure from live models. Classes begin with short warm up gesture studies and progress to more sustained poses. Space is limited to ten participants. (Cost: $10 per week, registered by month). Cost: $30 for 3 weeks. For more information on our workshops, please call (506) 633-4870 or visit our website: Contact Phone: (506) 633-4870

Tue Sep 15 INTRO TO OIL PAINTING. Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. Tuesdays, Sep 15-Oct 20 (6 weeks): 7:00-9:00 pm. This beginners’ introductory class focuses on “still life.” In this six week course, you will learn about shapes of objects, light, composition, perspective and colour. The subject image will be provided. Together we will begin with step-by-step understanding of the layering method of painting to create a range of tones, texture, clarity, and shape. After you learn the basic skills of oil painting, you will be supported to develop your own style and personal techniques later on. This goal of this class is to get comfortable and familiar with using oil paints, and of course to discover the pleasure and rewards of creating your art! For more information on our workshops, and for the supply list for this class, please call (506) 633-4870 or visit our website: Cost: $95. Contact Phone: (506) 633-4870

Tue Sep 15 INTRO POTTERY ON THE WHEEL. Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. Four Tuesdays (Sep 15-Oct 06): 6:30-9:00 pm. Try your hand at making your own clay works of functional art in Greater Saint John’s community arts centre’s pottery studio. Sign up now and join professional potter Alison Gayton of I Love Saint John Pottery for these fantastic classes, working on the wheel and handbuilding! Space is limited to only four students per class for plenty of time on the wheel and hands-on personal instruction. $250 (includes instruction, clay, use of tools and equipment, glazing and firing of finished pieces). For more information on our workshops, please call (5060 633-4870 or visit our website: Contact Phone: (506) 633-4870

Tue Sep 15 SEWING WITH MARGO. Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. Six Tuesdays (Sep 15-Oct 20): 6:30-8:30 pm. Have you been meaning to make time for yourself to enjoy the hobby of sewing? Is it time to look at your sewing machine with a new perspective? Master your fear of the machine and become more comfortable with its use and care. In this six-week sewing course you’ll learn fundamental skills that you will apply to the project of your choice. We will begin with basic layout and cutting techniques as well as reading and interpreting commercial patterns and developing skills to complete your fabulous, stylish clothing or home decor. Whatever skill level, whether beginner, intermediate or the complete novice who would like an evening out to focus on a sewing project and gain more confidence, this course is for you! Participants should choose a project that they feel that they are comfortable beginning with at their skill level and should be able to accomplish in the six-week time frame, or be able to finish at home. For more information on our workshops, and for the supply list for this class, please call (506) 633-4870 or visit our website: Cost: $95. Contact Phone: (506) 633-4870

Wed Sep 16 ST. MARK'S UNITED CHURCH SENIOR WELLNESS EXPO. St. Mark's United Church , 50 Dexter Drive, West. 1:30-3:30 pm. Senior Wellness Expo with over 40 agencies and groups representing numerous services for seniors. Student Nurses will be on hand to check Blood Pressures and glucose readings. Refreshments, Bake Sale, and entertainment by Delbert Worden! All are welcome! Contact Phone: (506) 672-7459

Wed Sep 16 INTRO TO ANIMATION. Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza. Wednesdays for 6 weeks (Sep 16-Oct 21): 7:00-9:00 pm. Learn the core concepts of computer animation in this exciting new six-week course in our graphics and animation studio. Students will learn the key fundamentals of this unique art form and have the use of a iMac computer, the latest version of Adobe Flash software, and a Wacom digital freehand drawing tablet. A great intro for anyone interested in animation or as a ‘taster’ course for those considering further study in the field. Open to youth and adults ages 14 and up. Cost: $135. For more information on our workshops, please call (506) 633-4870 or visit our website: Contact Phone: (506) 633-4870

Thu Sep 17 KENNEBECASIS VALLEY QUILT SHOW & SALE. Island View Lions Club, 9 Market St., Quispamsis. The Kennebecasis Valley Quilting Guild is proud to present their 35th Annual Show and Sale. The show will be held Thursday, Sep 17, 12-8 pm / Fri, Sep 18, 10 am to 8 pm and / Sat, Sep 19 from 10 am to 4 pm. Location: Island View Lions Club, 9 Market Street (Exit 141 off Highway 1 and off Millennium Drive beside the Ken-Val Co-Op), Quispamsis, N.B., E2E 4B1, just outside Saint John. Features of the show include a judged projects, display and sale quilts, Crafters boutique, Christmas Corner, Merchants' Market and Demonstrations. A Quilter’s Walk will be featured again this year with lots of fun baskets. The theme of the Show is 35 years of Friendship. In addition, KVQG members have taken part in the “Friendship Challenge” where particpants have paired with a partner and each created a project; one representing a traditional theme, the other the same theme in abstract. These will be a featured display. An Awards Gala will be held on Wed, Sep 17 from 7-9 pm. Awards will be presented to the winning quilts in various categories. Tickets: $5 and can be purchased at the door. There will be snacks for all to enjoy... free. Contact Phone: 506-847-5723

Sun Sep 20 CHINESE LANGUAGE CLASS - FALL 2015. 157 Duke Street, Saint John. Sundays, 12:30-1:30 pm. Chinese Language Class of Fall 2015 is now open for registration, offered by Chinese Cultural Association of Saint John. Classes will be held on every Sunday from Sep 20th to Dec 13th, 2015. There will be 12 classes in total, no class on October 11th (Thanksgiving weekend). Fee: $50 (CCASJ Member) / $70 ( Non Member). Early registration is by Aug 14th, $5 discount will appy to your fee. Drop-in rate: $6 per class for member / $8 per class for non-member. To register and more class information, please contact Joanna at (506) 645-0712 (after 7:00 pm), email: Contact Phone: (506) 645-0712

Sun Sep 20 SYMPHONY NB'S VIRTUOSO SERIES (# 1 of 7). Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Hazen Avenue. 2:00 pm. The first concert of Symphony New Brunswick's Virtuoso Series presents the Saint John String Quartet. The programme is entitled Slavonic and features Patrick Bolduc on bassoon. Works by Smetana, Reicha, & Dvorak. Tickets available in advance at the Imperial Theatre Box Office, or at the door on the day of the concert. Next Virtuoso Concert: Nov 07 at 2:00 pm.

Sat Sep 26 HARVESTING THE ARTS FESTIVAL King's Square & uptown Saint John

Mon Oct 26, True Growth Presents The Walrus Talks Innovation Building new ideas in energy, education, entrepreneurship, and more. Marco Polo Cruise Terminal, 111 Water St., Saint John Monday, October 26, 2015, 7 P.M. AST Featuring: Fady Atallah, Infinite City Perrin Beatty, Canadian Chamber of Commerce Marq de Villiers, award-winning author and journalist Al Etmanski, community organizer, social entrepreneur, and author JP Gladu, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Buisness Sarah Prevette, Future Design School And more! General Admission: $20 Students: $12 Buy your tickets:

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October 2, 3, 4, Woodworking at its Best at the 30th Annual Woodstock Woodworking Show April 7, 2015 (Woodstock) – Whether whittling a branch with a knife or using intricate tools, many Canadians use woodworking as a form of relaxation, with the added bonus of creating something useful and/or beautiful. The Woodstock Woodworking Show, Canada’s oldest consumer woodworking show celebrates everything to do with wood for hobbyist and professionals at the Woodstock Fairgrounds (875 Nellis St., Woodstock). The Show returns for its 30h year from October 2-4, 2015.
No matter what level of experience or interest in woodworking, visitors to the Woodstock Woodworking Show can check out the latest hand tools, power tools, design trends, finishes and wood kits. The show is now under new ownership and the new management team, are excited to be working on the Granddaddy of all woodworking show. This year’s show will be putting an emphasis on learning, offering double the seminar over last year. Rob Cosman from New Brunswick, aka Canada’s Hand Tool Coach will be putting on two different seminars. Rob is an amazing resource and eager to share his love of woodworking. Visit for a full list of seminars.
The Ontario Woodcarving Championship runs throughout the three days of the Woodstock Woodworking Show with open to youth levels in a variety of categories. Visit for more information. The Woodstock Woodworking Show returns to Woodstock Fairgrounds (875 Nellis St.) in Woodstock from October 2, 3, 4, 2015. Hours: Friday to Sunday 10am-5pm. Admission: $12 or save $2 off when you purchase your tickets online. Media Contact: Gina Downes, 289-680-9333,

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