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    Festival of Lights
    Festival of Lights on Main Street Markham

    Friday, November 22, 2019

    Join us on Main Street Markham for the 35th Annual Festival of Lights, Markham Village’s traditional kick-off to the holiday season!

    Don’t miss this annual family tradition on Main Street Markham! map

    6 p.m. - Event opens to the public & entertainment begins
    6 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. - Visit Santa Hut, Horse & Wagon Rides, Train Rides
    7:30 p.m. - Fire Show Begins
    8 p.m. - Kick-off to the holiday season including Tree-Lighting & Fireworks!



    Markham Royals
    Markham Royals vs. Brampton Admirals
    Junior A Hockey Game

    Friday, November 22, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

    Venue:  Centennial Arena, 8600 McCowan Road. map

    The Markham Royals are a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Markham, Ontario, Canada. They are a part of the Ontario Junior Hockey League.

    “The arrival of Junior ‘A’ hockey back to Markham is great news and we’re thrilled to welcome the Red Wings Junior ‘A’ organization to our community,” said Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti. “The new Markham Royals Junior ‘A’ Hockey Club will be joining a well-established hockey community known for producing over sixty NHL players including Steve Stamkos, Steve Thomas, Brad May, Mike Zigomanis, Cody Hodgson, Jeff Skinner, Mike Palmateer, Hockey Hall of Fame Honoured Members Syl Apps and Adam Oates. We’re confident the Markham Royals Junior ‘A’ team will carry on that tradition of hockey excellence.”




    Natural High Art Exhibition
    images to lift your spirit

    Wednesday, November 20 to Sunday, November 24, 2019

    Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., daily

    Location: McKay Art Centre, 197 Main Street Unionville map

    Inspiration comes from light and shadow. Glimpses of water, wildlife and woods are interpreted through gouache watercolour, photography, and printmaking.

    WATER – Andrea End’s waterscapes, painted in gouache, an opaque water colour, feature echoes of the landscape in reflections.

    NATURE – Manfred End shares his passion for the natural world through the lens of his camera. His images of wildlife and the outdoors bring these cherished spaces to you.

    WOODS - Andrea End’s series of linocut reduction block prints bring you sunlit scenes of our vanishing forests. In this printmaking technique a multicolored print is made with the use of a single block. 

    Being connected to the natural world has positive effects on our mental and physical health. Whether ancient wisdom or modern science, we know that being in the forest, being near, in or on the water is beneficial to our well-being. 

    Andrea and Manfred invite you to take some time from your busy lives to pause, disconnect and surround yourself with images to lift your spirits.

    Andrea End is a practicing Visual Artist. She has participated in numerous juried shows, group shows and solo shows, primarily in the Greater Toronto Area. Her work is featured in the permanent collection of the Richmond Hill Central Public Library and the Town of Richmond Hill. Public art work includes murals in Markham, Richmond Hill and Schomberg.
    Andrea sits on the Board/Executive Council of the Richmond Hill Group of Artists and serves on the Cultural Leadership Council, an advisory committee for Richmond Hill’s Cultural Plan.

    Manfred End is a successful small business owner. He is a lifelong photographer, inspired by the magnificence of our province. He is an outdoors enthusiast who believes that Ontario’s beauty should be celebrated while protecting our natural surroundings. Manfred is a long-time resident of Aurora.
    @manfred_end

    The McKay Art Centre is located on picturesque Main Street Unionville. It was once home of Group of Seven member F.H. Varley, and is now an art exhibition and studio space.
    For more information please contact: 
    Andrea End
    416-294-0964



    Table Tennis Drop in
    Table Tennis – Drop in

    Age: Any

    every Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
     until December 20, 2019

    10:00 a.m. to 1:00 .p.m.

    Location: Cornerstone Christian Community Centre
    9680 Ninth Line map

    Fee: Free

    Bring a friend and enjoy this recreational sport. 

     Meet others in your neighbourhood 
    that share the same passion for the game!



    Markham Santa Claus Parade
    Markham Santa Claus Parade

    Saturday, November 23, 2019

    11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

    Location: Main Street Markham & Highway 7  map 

    Ho! Ho! Ho! Santa Claus is coming to town!

    Santa Claus will be in Markham for the 47th Annual Santa Claus Parade, and you’re invited!

    The parade is hosted by the Rotary Club of Markham Sunrise Inc. and Markham-Unionville Rotary Club. It features close to 100 floats, marching bands and representatives from the City’s business and cultural communities. The 47th Annual Markham Santa Claus Parade is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday season with your loved ones. 

    There are awards for the best commercial and non-commercial floats, the best marching group, the best marching band, the best school, and the best interpretation of the parade’s theme. 

    The parade will run from Highway 7 East & Main Street Markham to Bur Oak Ave., and you can watch it from either side of Main Street Markham 




    Christmas Treasures
    Christmas Treasures

    Saturday, November 23, 2019, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
    & Sunday, November 24, 2019, 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Location: St. Justin Martyr Parish
    3898 Highway 7 East  map

    Craft Sale and Tea Room

    Christmas Decorations including tree ornaments, centre pieces, garland, wreaths, hand knitted items and bake goods.

    Our Victoria Tea Room will be open on Saturday. Drop by to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee with our traditional home-made tarts.



    Big Shiny '90s
    Big Shiny ‘90s ROCK

    Saturday, November 23, 2019

    10:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m..

    Venue: Col. Mustard's Markham
    6545 Highway 7 map

    Let’s make this a killer party!

    All the finest of the ‘90s, all night?

    About Organizer:
    High energy band playing the best in upbeat 90's alternative tunes.



    Pride of Canada Carousel
    The Pride of Canada Carousel

    Fall Hours:
    Open Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    Fee: $2 per ride.
             Kids 2 and under below minimum height requirement ride free
             with paying adult
     
    Address: 8080 Birchmount Rd.  map 

    The Carousel's 44 colourful Canadian characters were created by Canadian Patrick Amiot and beautifully painted by his wife Brigitte Laurent, with the ride's structure built by the legendary Daniel Horenberger. Pride of Canada pays tribute to our nation’s most celebrated wonders and iconic individuals and, as envisioned by Amiot and Laurent.


    Holiday Art Show
    Holiday Art Show

    November 22, 2019 - January 5, 2020

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

    Opening Night Party
    Friday, November 22, 2019
    6 - 9 p.m.
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    This gift-giving season, support artists and shop local! Our annual Holiday Art Show features an array of work by York Region and GTA-based artists and makers. This salon-style exhibit brings together a variety of styles, including landscapes, illustration, abstracts and more. There’s something for everyone at this show.

    Give the art lover in your life a unique and personal gift, or treat yourself (we know you’ve earned it!)  

    Free to attend.



    Luba Goy
    Luba Goy and High Notes at Heintzman House

    Friday, November 22, 2019
     7:00 p.m. to 11 p.m. 

    Venue: Heintzman House
    135 Bay Thorn Drive, Markham  map

    Join LUBA GOY & friends for a HIGH NOTES AVANTE,
     a mental health image-raiser, concert and social
     at the historic Heintzman House.



    Markham Little Theatre
    presents
    The Night of January 16

    Wednesday, November 20 to Saturday, November 23, 2019 at 8 p.m.

    Location: FLATO Markham Theatre
    171 Town Centre Blvd.  map

    Prepare to render your verdict! Karen Andre stands accused of the murder of financier Bjorn Faulkner. But did she do it? Confronted with contradictory stories and hostile witnesses, the audience becomes the jury in this gripping courtroom drama.

    Single Ticket Prices:
    $26 for Wednesday and Thursdays
    $28 for Fridays and Saturdays

    For information about Markham Little Theatre, visit http://www.markhamlittletheatre.ca



    Free Badminton Drop In
    Free Drop In Badminton

    Fridays, September 13 to December 20, 2019

    Age: Any

    10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

    Location: Cornerstone Christian Community Centre
    9680 Ninth Line   map

    Fee: Free

    Bring a friend and enjoy some active recreation. 

     Must bring your own racket and birdies.



    Kids Robotics STEM Class
    Markham Kids Robotics STEM Class
     Open House

    Saturdays, November 23 or 30, 2019

    10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.  
    or  12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Location: Wizrobotics
    33 Ferrier Street, Unit 7,map

    Join our robotic teachers and learn if Robotics is right for your child. During the open house, you and your child can ask questions, view materials, do simple robotics activities and introductory programming.

    We have limited spots available during this robotics open house and we would love to welcome parents who would like to inspire their children through STEM activities to becoming future engineers!

    We'll cover:
     - View course curriculum
     - Where does robotics take you
     - The future of programming and robotics

    Check our website, https://www.wizrobotics.com.

    Click here to register.



    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament
    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament

    Friday, November 22, 2019

     7 p.m. – 10 p.m.

    Location: denthreesixty
    60 Main Street Markham North, Unit 3 map

    For more information and entry details,




    Yorkbasketeers
    York Basketeers

    Saturday, November 23, 2019,  9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

    Location: Unionville Presbyterian Church
     600 Village Parkway map

    If you had to leave your house in ten minutes and never come back, what would you grab?

    Most would likely answer important documents or the bare necessities. A purse, perhaps. If you’ve children in tow, it’s likely the bulk of what you pack would be for their benefit.

    This is a crisis faced by many battered women who seek to escape to shelters. Rarely do they have time to pack properly, and often they find themselves at a shelter holding only what they can carry. When it comes time to leave the shelter and start life fresh, they often lack even the most basic of comforts.

    Why Basketeers was created:

    To most people, an empty laundry hamper is just that. But to “Basketeers', a laundry hamper represents Hope…hope for a woman leaving a shelter with few possessions, hope for women wanting a fresh start, a new life, motivation and support.

    “Basketeers” feels by supporting women in the four shelters that we assist in York Region, we will help them find the strength to create new lives for themselves and their children, not return to their abuser, and by breaking the pattern, feel stronger for their children.

    By creating a “New Beginnings” basket either individually, as a family, a group of friends, or with business colleagues, it lets these women know someone out there cares enough about them to take the time and effort to create a themed basket especially for them.

    More than 10,000 women have received a “New Beginnings” basket since 2000, and we continue to grow. York Region donated 252 baskets in 2017.

    Be part of this special day, bring your basket(s), stay for a while, enjoy some refreshments, visit with other Basketeers and meet representatives from our Region's four shelters. So mark your calendars and start spreading the word. The event will take place at Presbyterian Church,600 Village Parkway, Unionville, Ontario

    It is very important to register your Baskets now at www.basketeers.org



    Newton Taekwondo Championship
    Newton's IV Open Taekwon-do Championship

    Saturday, November 23 & Sunday, November 24, 2019

    Venue: Markham Pan Am Centre
     16 Main Street Unionville map

    Please visit www.newtonstaekwondo.ca/upevent.php for more information.



    Badminton Tournament

    Angus Glen Lions Club Badminton Tournament 2019

    Sunday, November 24, 2019 at 9 a.m.

    Location: Markham Wesley Centre
    22 Esna Park Drive  map

    A friendly Badminton Tournament for players of all level.

    Form your team of four to six players with at least one female player. 

    Bring your families and friends to this fun event. 

    Prizes, medals, 50/50, door prize draw will be there.

    Light lunch food will be available for purchase.

    Email AngusGlenLionsClub@gmail.com for more information.



    Movies in Markham
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     are showing at our local theatre in Markham.



    Markham Weather Forecast

    booked.net
    Wind: 24 - 36 km/h south
    Sunrise: 7:17 a.m.  |  Sunset: 4:47 p.m.
    Loblaws
    Loblaw Companies Ltd. launched a "curated marketplace" online Thursday that will include brands and products the company hasn't stocked before in a move aimed at setting the retailer up to compete with Amazon for Canadian market share.

    Canada's largest grocery chain said the marketplace includes more products, as well as a broader range of vendors than what was available before.

    The online marketplace is an expansion of the existing PC Express platform, which allows customers to buy groceries online and pick them up in store or opt for home delivery.

     
    Canadian National Sport Headlines
    Team Tennis Canada
    Canada has advanced to the semifinals at the Davis Cup Finals.

    Denis Shapovalov of Richmond Hill, Ont., and Vasek Pospisil of Vancouver beat Australia's John Peers and Jordan Thompson 6-4, 6-4 in the winner-take-all doubles match on Thursday.

    Canada won the best-of-three tie 2-1 and will face Serbia or Russia in the semifinals on Saturday.

    Randy Ambroise
    Being commissioner of the Canadian Football League has always required a certain degree of optimism, which has never been a problem for Randy Ambrosie.

    When he steps onto the stage for his annual state-of-the-league address Friday morning in advance of Sunday’s 107th Grey Cup game in Calgary, he will boldly present his vision of a league excited about its future – excited about the prospect of expansion to Atlantic Canada, of forthcoming new ownership in Montreal, of a new long-term agreement with its television partner and the integration of players from around the globe.

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