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Schedule

2019
Aug
Thu
  • 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

    June 13 - Retired lawyer Marcel Strigberger is now a full-time humour writer, speaker, and author who has written two books – Birth, Death and other Trivialities and Poutine on the Orient Express: An Irreverent Look at Travel.

    July 11 - The TRCA presents: Wildlife in the City. Participants will learn about the local wildlife that live among them in an urban environment. Presentation includes a PowerPoint presentation, and a show & share with the bio-artifacts of local animals.

    August 8th - Join RBC licensed Life & Wealth advisor Aisha Barrett as she answers your questions and provides you with the tools you need to protect your most valuable asset.

 
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2019
Aug
Thu
  • 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM

    July 18 - Kortright Centre for Conservation Information Session
    A representative from the Kortright Centre for Conservation will talk about the many social, learning and health and wellness workshops for adults and families. Participants will be invited to engage in a few hands-on activities

 
2019
Sep
Mon
  • 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

    September 9 - An Introduction to Baroque Music
    Patricia Ahern, violinist with the world renowned Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, will lead you through an introduction to Baroque and Classical music. Join us for an informative evening with musical demonstrations.

    September 19 - Memory and Aging: Music and the Brain
    Whether listening to Beethoven, Bach or Justin Bieber, music has a powerful, therapeutic and visible effect on the Brain. Join us as we talk about how music affects functional brain activity and how it can help in memory, pain reduction, stress relief and brain injuries. Presented by Dr. Claude Alain, Assistant Director and Senior Scientist, Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Health Sciences. Dr Alain is also a Professor at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Medical Science and the Department of Psychology.

    October 7 - Fine Art: Rembrandt in Black and White
    Rembrandt was a great visual artist. Art Historian, Dr Anne Thackray explores Rembrandt’s creativity and expression through his use of prints. The talk will show how he used printmaking techniques to convey significant ideas.

    October 17 - Financial Abuse: Protecting Your Money and Yourself
    Financial abuse can come in many forms. This talk will highlight the top forms of financial abuse, red flags to be aware of and where you can go for help. Presented by the Canadian Bankers Association

    November 4 - New Adventures in Piano Listening
    Pianist Dr. Penny Johnson will talk, with musical selections, about the evolution of Piano throughout the centuries and the connection with everyday life and Literature.

    November 21 - Make a Will Month: Wills, Trusts, and Estates
    November is Make a Will Month and this presentation is a reminder of the importance of having a Will and the many considerations around estate planning Presented by the Ontario Bar Association.

 
2019
Sep
Thu
  • 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM

    September 9 - An Introduction to Baroque Music
    Patricia Ahern, violinist with the world renowned Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, will lead you through an introduction to Baroque and Classical music. Join us for an informative evening with musical demonstrations.

    September 19 - Memory and Aging: Music and the Brain
    Whether listening to Beethoven, Bach or Justin Bieber, music has a powerful, therapeutic and visible effect on the Brain. Join us as we talk about how music affects functional brain activity and how it can help in memory, pain reduction, stress relief and brain injuries. Presented by Dr. Claude Alain, Assistant Director and Senior Scientist, Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Health Sciences. Dr Alain is also a Professor at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Medical Science and the Department of Psychology.

    October 7 - Fine Art: Rembrandt in Black and White
    Rembrandt was a great visual artist. Art Historian, Dr Anne Thackray explores Rembrandt’s creativity and expression through his use of prints. The talk will show how he used printmaking techniques to convey significant ideas.

    October 17 - Financial Abuse: Protecting Your Money and Yourself
    Financial abuse can come in many forms. This talk will highlight the top forms of financial abuse, red flags to be aware of and where you can go for help. Presented by the Canadian Bankers Association

    November 4 - New Adventures in Piano Listening
    Pianist Dr. Penny Johnson will talk, with musical selections, about the evolution of Piano throughout the centuries and the connection with everyday life and Literature.

    November 21 - Make a Will Month: Wills, Trusts, and Estates
    November is Make a Will Month and this presentation is a reminder of the importance of having a Will and the many considerations around estate planning Presented by the Ontario Bar Association.

 
2019
Oct
Mon
  • 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

    September 9 - An Introduction to Baroque Music
    Patricia Ahern, violinist with the world renowned Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, will lead you through an introduction to Baroque and Classical music. Join us for an informative evening with musical demonstrations.

    September 19 - Memory and Aging: Music and the Brain
    Whether listening to Beethoven, Bach or Justin Bieber, music has a powerful, therapeutic and visible effect on the Brain. Join us as we talk about how music affects functional brain activity and how it can help in memory, pain reduction, stress relief and brain injuries. Presented by Dr. Claude Alain, Assistant Director and Senior Scientist, Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Health Sciences. Dr Alain is also a Professor at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Medical Science and the Department of Psychology.

    October 7 - Fine Art: Rembrandt in Black and White
    Rembrandt was a great visual artist. Art Historian, Dr Anne Thackray explores Rembrandt’s creativity and expression through his use of prints. The talk will show how he used printmaking techniques to convey significant ideas.

    October 17 - Financial Abuse: Protecting Your Money and Yourself
    Financial abuse can come in many forms. This talk will highlight the top forms of financial abuse, red flags to be aware of and where you can go for help. Presented by the Canadian Bankers Association

    November 4 - New Adventures in Piano Listening
    Pianist Dr. Penny Johnson will talk, with musical selections, about the evolution of Piano throughout the centuries and the connection with everyday life and Literature.

    November 21 - Make a Will Month: Wills, Trusts, and Estates
    November is Make a Will Month and this presentation is a reminder of the importance of having a Will and the many considerations around estate planning Presented by the Ontario Bar Association.

 
2019
Oct
Thu
  • 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM

    September 9 - An Introduction to Baroque Music
    Patricia Ahern, violinist with the world renowned Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, will lead you through an introduction to Baroque and Classical music. Join us for an informative evening with musical demonstrations.

    September 19 - Memory and Aging: Music and the Brain
    Whether listening to Beethoven, Bach or Justin Bieber, music has a powerful, therapeutic and visible effect on the Brain. Join us as we talk about how music affects functional brain activity and how it can help in memory, pain reduction, stress relief and brain injuries. Presented by Dr. Claude Alain, Assistant Director and Senior Scientist, Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Health Sciences. Dr Alain is also a Professor at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Medical Science and the Department of Psychology.

    October 7 - Fine Art: Rembrandt in Black and White
    Rembrandt was a great visual artist. Art Historian, Dr Anne Thackray explores Rembrandt’s creativity and expression through his use of prints. The talk will show how he used printmaking techniques to convey significant ideas.

    October 17 - Financial Abuse: Protecting Your Money and Yourself
    Financial abuse can come in many forms. This talk will highlight the top forms of financial abuse, red flags to be aware of and where you can go for help. Presented by the Canadian Bankers Association

    November 4 - New Adventures in Piano Listening
    Pianist Dr. Penny Johnson will talk, with musical selections, about the evolution of Piano throughout the centuries and the connection with everyday life and Literature.

    November 21 - Make a Will Month: Wills, Trusts, and Estates
    November is Make a Will Month and this presentation is a reminder of the importance of having a Will and the many considerations around estate planning Presented by the Ontario Bar Association.

 
2019
Nov
Mon
  • 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

    September 9 - An Introduction to Baroque Music
    Patricia Ahern, violinist with the world renowned Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, will lead you through an introduction to Baroque and Classical music. Join us for an informative evening with musical demonstrations.

    September 19 - Memory and Aging: Music and the Brain
    Whether listening to Beethoven, Bach or Justin Bieber, music has a powerful, therapeutic and visible effect on the Brain. Join us as we talk about how music affects functional brain activity and how it can help in memory, pain reduction, stress relief and brain injuries. Presented by Dr. Claude Alain, Assistant Director and Senior Scientist, Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Health Sciences. Dr Alain is also a Professor at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Medical Science and the Department of Psychology.

    October 7 - Fine Art: Rembrandt in Black and White
    Rembrandt was a great visual artist. Art Historian, Dr Anne Thackray explores Rembrandt’s creativity and expression through his use of prints. The talk will show how he used printmaking techniques to convey significant ideas.

    October 17 - Financial Abuse: Protecting Your Money and Yourself
    Financial abuse can come in many forms. This talk will highlight the top forms of financial abuse, red flags to be aware of and where you can go for help. Presented by the Canadian Bankers Association

    November 4 - New Adventures in Piano Listening
    Pianist Dr. Penny Johnson will talk, with musical selections, about the evolution of Piano throughout the centuries and the connection with everyday life and Literature.

    November 21 - Make a Will Month: Wills, Trusts, and Estates
    November is Make a Will Month and this presentation is a reminder of the importance of having a Will and the many considerations around estate planning Presented by the Ontario Bar Association.

 
2019
Nov
Thu
  • 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM

    September 9 - An Introduction to Baroque Music
    Patricia Ahern, violinist with the world renowned Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, will lead you through an introduction to Baroque and Classical music. Join us for an informative evening with musical demonstrations.

    September 19 - Memory and Aging: Music and the Brain
    Whether listening to Beethoven, Bach or Justin Bieber, music has a powerful, therapeutic and visible effect on the Brain. Join us as we talk about how music affects functional brain activity and how it can help in memory, pain reduction, stress relief and brain injuries. Presented by Dr. Claude Alain, Assistant Director and Senior Scientist, Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Health Sciences. Dr Alain is also a Professor at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Medical Science and the Department of Psychology.

    October 7 - Fine Art: Rembrandt in Black and White
    Rembrandt was a great visual artist. Art Historian, Dr Anne Thackray explores Rembrandt’s creativity and expression through his use of prints. The talk will show how he used printmaking techniques to convey significant ideas.

    October 17 - Financial Abuse: Protecting Your Money and Yourself
    Financial abuse can come in many forms. This talk will highlight the top forms of financial abuse, red flags to be aware of and where you can go for help. Presented by the Canadian Bankers Association

    November 4 - New Adventures in Piano Listening
    Pianist Dr. Penny Johnson will talk, with musical selections, about the evolution of Piano throughout the centuries and the connection with everyday life and Literature.

    November 21 - Make a Will Month: Wills, Trusts, and Estates
    November is Make a Will Month and this presentation is a reminder of the importance of having a Will and the many considerations around estate planning Presented by the Ontario Bar Association.

 
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