Introducing a new village farmers market in the heart of Hespeler Village, Cambridge, ON Fridays June 9- October 6 3-7pm. Bringing your fresh local produce and meats, live entertainment and plenty of unique crafts and local artisans.
FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE UNDER THE STARS: SMURFS- THE LOST VILLAGE
Sep 01, 2017 8:00 PM
Sep 01, 2017 10:00 PM
Come watch movies under the stars starting at dusk every Friday night beginning June 9 and continuing until early September in the outdoor Toyota Amphitheatre at Shade’s Mills Park on Avenue Road in Cambridge.
Come celebrate our 177th Year at Dickson Park, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada ON from September 7-10! We have 4 days of family fun, great food, exhilerating rides, and a unique assortment of art, crafts, and vendors to make your back-to-school weekend memorable!
All are welcome to McDougall Cottage for a casual evening concert Thursday September 7th 7-9pm presented by talented local musicians and featuring traditional music, song and Scottish hospitality. This month’s host is Bob MacLean (Celtic guitar).
Join us Thursdays from 9am to 2pm, June through October for Preston’s own weekly farmers' market at Central Park.Serving our community since 2010, the Preston Towne Market provides convenient access to fresh, Ontario-grown produce. We feature local farmers and food producers from around Waterloo Region. We also invite artists to create in the park during market day and feature local musicians.
Join us at the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory Saturday September 9 & Sunday September 10 for Monarch Tagging Weekend with educational activities, workshops & showings of the award-winning documentary, "Flight of the Butterflies". Sponsor a migratory Monarch! Tagging demonstrations will be ongoing throughout the day.
Join us at the market for the fresh local food, homemade crafts, and other unique items; parking is available behind Cambridge City Hall; Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Wednesdays (June 7 to Sept. 13) from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Come to an elegant garden party celebrating the past, present and future of Cambridge Memorial Hospital at Shade's Mill Conservation Area Sunday September 10 1-4pm; learn how the hospital has transformed to provide the changing healthcare of our future; 19-plus event
Join us for one of McDougall's ever popular Tartan Teas Sunday September 10th 2-4pm. Enjoy a traditional tea with sandwiches, sweets and more. Eleanor Matte (Fiddle) provides the musical mood. Reservations are required. Call to register for $15 plus HST.
Carolyn Blackstock spent a year cooking every day from The New Galt Cook Book, a local community cookbook published in 1898. Does it include recipes from anyone who lived in McDougall Cottage? What were the residents of Galt eating over 100 years ago? Why is this book significant? Carolyn will answer these questions and more at McDougall Cottage on September 14 at 7pm in an engaging presentation that includes sampling a few of the recipes.
by Tim Firth
Directed by Patsy McCleery
Evenings:September 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30, 2017
Matinee: September 24, 2017
Evening Curtain: 8 PM, Matinee Curtain: 2 PM
When middle-aged women need to raise money for a good cause, what do they do? Make more homemade jam, crochet tea cosies, or host yet another bake sale? No, with prompting from the rebel of the group, they become ‘Calendar Girls’. Based on a true story, the play follows the
trials and tribulations faced by these feisty ladies as their alternative fund-raiser becomes a
media sensation. For every Calendar Girl the fame and recognition takes its toll in different ways,
and the true measure of friendship is put to the test as the members of
Knapley WI struggle with their famous or infamous reputations.
TERRY FOX RUN
Sunday, September 17, 2017
Run Day Details
Registration Opens: 11 am
Official Start: 12:00 pm
Location: Riverside Park
Main intersection: King Street West and Fountain Street
Parking is available and GRT Transit accessible
Refreshments and live music will be provided. Don't forget to bring cash to purchase a Terry Fox T-Shirt.
Bicycle, Stroller, Rollerblade, and Wheelchair accessible
Route distance: 5 km
Cineseries is presented by Idea Exchange at 7:30 pm on selected Thursday evenings at Galaxy Cinemas, Cambridge Centre. 355 Hespeler Rd. for complete Film Schedule visit www.ideaexchange.org
Thursday, September 21, 2017, 7:30pm
Galaxy Cinemas, Cambridge Centre
355 Hespeler Rd., Cambridge, ON
NFB FILM CLUB: WATERWALKER
Friday, September 22, 2017, 2:00pm
1 North Square, Cambridge, ON
Follow naturalist Bill Mason on his journey by canoe into the Ontario wilderness. The filmmaker begins on Lake Superior, then explores winding and sometimes tortuous river waters to the meadowlands of the river’s source. Along the way, Mason muses about his love of the canoe, his artwork and his own relationship to the land. Features breathtaking visuals and a musical score by one of Canada’s most renowned musicians, Bruce Cockburn. 86 minutes.
For more information, call 519.621.0460 or ask us online.
Experience Jane Austen's world through an evening of Regency festivities at the Fashion History Museum Saturday September 23rd, 5:30-9pm. Begin the night with a viewing of our exhibition "Jane Austen's World: 1792 - 1817". Then with a change of venue, emerge into a country ball- complete with Regency music, dance, games, and buffet supper of Regency era foods. Please feel free to come dressed in your best Regency attire.
The Walk & Run for Rare is a beautiful 5km route along the Grand River. You can choose to either walk or run, whatever you feel more comfortable with. There will be prizes, food, and entertainment to follow. Come out and enjoy the day with friends and family!
Connect with Wayne Grady, author of the 2017 One Book, One Community selection, Emancipation Day, at the OBOC Meet-the-Author event here in Cambridge.
Join us on Thursday, September 28 at Trillium United Church (450 King St E). Arrive at 6:00pm for refreshments and jazz music, and then stay to hear Wayne Grady’s author talk beginning at 7:00pm. Books will be available for purchase and signing by the author will follow the presentation.
Canada’s Ballet Jörgen: Anastasia
The Classical Ballet
Saturday, September 30 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Dunfield Theatre Cambridge
A Russian Grand Duchess, born to privilege, is cast out into a post-revolutionary world… What will become of her? Follow the daughter of the fallen Russian Tsar through the ballrooms of St. Petersburg, to the Russian Revolution, to captivity and beyond, as the world transforms around her. Canada’s Ballet Jörgen brings back the magical tale of the Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia for the 100th anniversary of the story and the 10th anniversary of the production. Don’t miss it!
Here's to a plaid-lovin' dang-good time at Idea Exchange Queen's Square October 20th 7-11pm.
Grab your partner for fancy prancin’ line ‘n’ square dancin’ with live music by Ever-Lovin’ Jug Band. Pony up and chow down with good eats ‘n’ country treats by Q BBQ Public House as seen on the Food Network’s You Gotta Eat Here! Get your engine revvin’ in hawg style courtesy of Blackbridge Harley-Davidson.
Bid and win on the “99 Bottles of Beer Wall”.
Join Idea Exchange on Oct. 27th from 2-3:30pm for free presentations of shorts and documentaries from the National Film Board of Canada.
Free For more information, call 519.621.0460 or ask us online.
Something curious is happening in the village! Find out what as you explore the village by moonlight and lantern light. This is a family friendly event with something for all ages. Call or visit the website for more information.
Come out to Dunfield Theatre November 22- December 31 to see why Disney’s most popular musical is a true international sensation, captivating 35 million people worldwide with its entertaining blend of romance and magic.