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Arts events Satur­day, September 15 2018 New Ham­burg Fall Fair

mid­way, games; bouncy cas­tles, ex­otics and farm an­i­mals, paw pup meet and greet; live­stock com­pe­ti­tions; horse show; trac­tor pull; demo derby and more (to Sept. 16); see web­site for sched­ule and fees, $2-$10, kids un­der four ad­mit­ted free, New Ham­burg Fair­grounds, 251 Ja­cob St., New Ham­burg, www.newham­burgfall­fair.ca/, info@newham­burgfall­fair.ca

Fam­ily Fun Fair

this year’s fair; theme: “this is my Fa­ther’s World”; auc­tions, games, in­flat­able rides, climb­ing wall, an­i­mal train, chain saw ar­ti­san, and more, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., canned food for the lo­cal food bank, Coun­try­side Camp and Con­fer­ence Cen­tre, 1985 beke rd., Cam­bridge, on­tar­i­ochris­tian­camp.ca/com­mu­ni­ty­give-back-cam­bridge-guelph/ camp-fun-fair-cam­bridge-on­tario-canada/, 519-623-4860, tim@coun­tryside­camp.com

Bel­mont Vil­lage Bes­ti­val

art and mu­si­cal fes­ti­val fea­tur­ing tons of bands from across On­tario plus ven­dors and ac­tiv­i­ties; www.bel­montvil­lagebesti­val.com, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., free, bel­mont Vil­lage, Kitch­ener

WED­NES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 19 Grand Reads Book Club Meet­ing

Join us for a great dis­cus­sion of “the Stone an­gel” by mar­garet Lau­rence; reg­is­tra­tion re­quired, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., free, Kitch­ener pub­lic Li­brary, Grand river Stan­ley park branch, 175 In­dian rd., Kitch­ener, kplca.evanced.info/signup/Cal­en­dar, 519-743-7502, askus@kpl.org

CLAS­SICS MON­DAY, SEPTEMBER 17 Sch­nei­der Male Cho­rus New Mem­bers Month

Join us for a re­hearsal on a mon­day evening: Sept. 1 and 24; men of all ages and voic­ing are wel­come, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., free, Cal­vary memo­rial united Church, 91 Gruhn St., Kitch­ener, www.schnei­der­male­cho­rus.ca/, 519-886-7566, jack­nan­son@gmail.com

TUES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Noon Hour Con­cert

Leith String Quartet: bruce Skel­ton and an­drea We­ber-Steckly (vi­o­lins), martha Ka­ly­niak (viola) and Cathy an­der­son (cello); low cost lunch avail­able from 11:30 a.m., 12:15 to 12:45 p.m., free, First united Church, 16 Wil­liam St. W., Water­loo, www.firstu­nit­ed­church.ca

WED­NES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 19 UW Noon Hour Con­cert

“Be­ing for the Ben­e­fit of Mr. ma­son”; the Op. 39 quin­tet by Prokofiev is the fea­tured piece of this con­cert fea­tur­ing al­lene Chomyn, Jody daven­port, Ian Whit­man, Jim ma­son and peter Shack­le­ton; will also play pieces by mil­haud, Go­plerud and Haydn, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., free, Con­rad Grebel univer­sity Col­lege Chapel, 140 West­mount road North, Water­loo, uwa­ter­loo.ca/mu­sic/events, mu­sic@uwa­ter­loo.ca

CON­CERTS WED­NES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 19 Wed­nes­day Noon Con­cert

Fall opener fea­tur­ing pop­u­lar lo­cal ensem­ble full house brass; bring your lunch or buy a low­cost meal at the church; doors open at 11:30 a.m., 12:15 to 12:45 p.m., free, St. andrew’s pres­by­te­rian Church, 54 Queen St. N., Kitch­ener, paulinefinch@rogers.com

Events Satur­day, September 15 Com­mu­nity Tree Plant­ing

plant­ing 120 na­tive shrubs and 150 na­tive wild­flow­ers at the North­field Stormwa­ter Man­age­ment pond off Fro­bisher drive and mc­mur­ray road, Water­loo; hand tools and gloves pro­vided; reg­is­ter at www.water­loo.ca/en/liv­ing/com­mu­ni­ty­plant­ings.asp, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., free, Lau­rel Creek Cen­tre Work­ing Group, 265 Lex­ing­ton Crt., Water­loo, 519-208-0787

Cam­bridge Stamp Club Show

10 deal­ers; club books; free park­ing and ad­mis­sion; lunch counter, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., free, ar­me­nian youth Club, 35 In­ter­na­tional Vil­lage dr., Cam­bridge, 519-623-4911

Cam­bridge But­ter­fly Conservatory: Monarch Tag­ging Week­end

tag and re­lease mi­gra­tory monarch but­ter­flies; each day three monarch re­leases, monarch mi­gra­tion pre­sen­ta­tions; to Sept. 16, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., adult $15; se­nior $12.50; child $7.50; un­der two, free, Cam­bridge But­ter­fly Conservatory, 2500 Kos­suth rd., Cam­bridge, 519-653-1234 ext. 121, mar­ket­ing@cam­bridge­but­ter­fly.com

Doors Open Water­loo Re­gion 2018

ar­chi­tec­ture, her­itage and tech event; 2018 theme: places, pat­terns and plans; pick up the 2018 map and guide at li­braries, mu­se­ums and tourism of­fices across Water­loo re­gion, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., free, lo­ca­tions across Water­loo re­gion, c/o 150 Fred­er­ick St., Kitch­ener, www.re­gionofwa­ter­loo.ca/door­sopen, 519-747-5139, door­sopen@ re­gionofwa­ter­loo.ca

Doors Open: Tours of Martin Luther Univer­sity Col­lege

ex­plore martin Luther univer­sity Col­lege (for­merly Water­loo Lutheran Sem­i­nary) after 14 months of restora­tion; lec­ture by ar­chi­tect at 1:30 p.m.; lo­ca­tion: cor­ner of albert Street and bricker av­enue, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., free, martin Luther univer­sity Col­lege, Water­loo, luther.wlu.ca/news/2018/ spring/luther-grand-re­open­ing. html, 519-884-0710 ext. 3241, dkruger­allen@luther.wlu.ca

Doors Open Water­loo Re­gion: Idea Ex­change

take a guided tour to ex­plore what’s old and what’s brand new at the for­mer Galt Post Of­fice, one of the most im­pres­sive build­ings in Cam­bridge, with its beau­ti­ful clock tower and spec­tac­u­lar Grand river views, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., free, Idea ex­change | Old Post Of­fice, 12 Wa­ter St. S., Cam­bridge, ideaex­change.org/ pro­grams/event/doors-openold-post-of­fice-tour, events@ ideaex­change.org

Artist-at-Work: En­caus­tic and Acrylic Demon­stra­tion

Lisa Mckay works in acrylic paints and has sam­ples of her en­caus­tic work on dis­play at the Cen­tral Li­brary; en­caus­tic paint­ing in­volves heat­ing beeswax and adding coloured pig­ments be­fore ap­ply­ing it to a paint­ing; no reg­is­tra­tion, 1 to 3 p.m., free, Kitch­ener pub­lic Li­brary — Cen­tral Li­brary art Gallery, 85 Queen St. N. (lower level), Kitch­ener, www.kpl.org, 519-743-7502, askus@kpl.org

Com­mu­nity Re­cy­cle Day: Elec­tron­ics and Tex­tiles

all pro­ceeds from weight of re­cy­cling do­nated to the Cana­dian trans­plant as­so­ci­a­tion; visit web­site for list of items: www.st­jame­sang.ca, 1 to 5 p.m., free, St. James angli­can Church, 520 el­lis rd. W., Cam­bridge, 519-658-4547, of­fice@st­jame­sang.ca

SUN­DAY, SEPTEMBER 16 Open Streets Presents: A Day of Play

Open Streets are all about the liv­able cities move­ment; you’re in­vited to en­joy live mu­sic, art ac­tiv­i­ties, com­mu­nity groups, busi­nesses, eater­ies and more; to­day: bat­tle/Com­pe­ti­tion, 12 to 5 p.m., free, Water­loo pub­lic Square, 75 King St. S., Water­loo, www.water­loo.ca/en/liv­ing/OpenStreets.asp, 519-747-6125, josh.bean@water­loo.ca

MON­DAY, SEPTEMBER 17 Peace Week 2018

ev­ery year, on Sept. 21, the world cel­e­brates the In­ter­na­tional day of peace; at­tend an event or plan own event to mark the oc­ca­sion your way dur­ing the week of Sept. 17 to 22; uwa­ter­loo. ca/peace-week, free, Con­rad Grebel univer­sity Col­lege, 140 West­mount rd. N., Water­loo, michelle.jack­ett@uwa­ter­loo.ca

TUES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Liv­ing with Loss — Cam­bridge

peer sup­port group for adults griev­ing the death of a loved one; of­fered the first and third Tues­day of each month, 7 to 9 p.m., free, Langs Com­mu­nity Health Cen­tre, 1145 Con­ces­sion rd., Cam­bridge, www.bfo­mid­west.org/ pro­grams/liv­ing-with-loss/liv­ing­with-loss-cam­bridge/, 519-603-0196, sup­port@bfo­mid­west.org

Liv­ing with Loss — Kitch­ener

peer sup­port group for adults griev­ing the death of a loved one; first and third Tues­day of each month, 7 to 9 p.m., free, West­mount memo­rial Cel­e­bra­tion Cen­tre, 1001 Ot­tawa St. S., Kitch­ener, www.bfo­mid­west.org/ pro­grams/liv­ing-with-loss/liv­ing­with-loss-kitch­ener/, sup­port@ bfo­mid­west.org

WED­NES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 19 A Taste of In­dige­nous Canada: What You Didn’t Learn in School

ex­pe­ri­ence, cel­e­brate and taste the rich and di­verse In­dige­nous cul­ture in Canada; dis­cover ways in which we can sup­port north­ern com­mu­ni­ties in Canada; led by five In­dige­nous Elders, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., $10, pay at door, Water­loo re­gion mu­seum and doon Her­itage Vil­lage, 10 Huron rd., Kitch­ener, www.truenorthaid.ca/a-taste-of-in­dige­nous-canada.html, 226-444-3385

2018 Writer-in-Res­i­dence Lec­ture: The Heart of Lit­er­a­ture with Camilla Gibb

reg­is­tra­tion re­quired; edna Stae­bler Writer-in-res­i­dence, au­thor, Camilla Gibb, looks at how em­pa­thy forges con­nec­tions and brings writ­ing to life, 7 to 8:30 p.m., free, Kitch­ener pub­lic Li­brary, Cen­tral branch, 85 Queen St. N., Kitch­ener, www.kpl.org, 519-743-7502, askus@kpl.org

FOR SE­NIORS TUES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Wel­come-Back Bar­be­cue

reg­is­ter by mon­day, Sept. 17: In­cludes ham­burg­ers and hot­dogs, 12 to 2 p.m., $6, W. G. John­son Cen­tre, ted Wake 50 plus Cen­tre, 31 Kribs St., Cam­bridge, 519-740-4681, her­man­win­niegon­salves@rogers.com

Fundrais­ers Satur­day, September 15 Mus­cu­lar Dys­tro­phy Boot Drive

Hosted by the Cam­bridge fire­fight­ers; fire­fight­ers, fam­ily and friends at the road­way en­trances to the Cam­bridge Cen­tre mall ask­ing people driv­ing or walk­ing to do­nate, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., free, Cam­bridge Cen­tre mall, 355 He­speler rd., Cam­bridge, cam­bridge­fire­fight­ers.com/, aguilar.m.henry@gmail.com

James Dale Greer (JDG) Memo­rial Open Golf Tour­na­ment

to re­mem­ber a for­mer Kitch­ener res­i­dent who trag­i­cally lost his life Christ­mas 2015, and to raise money for a char­ity close to his heart, big broth­ers big Sis­ters of Water­loo re­gion; www.jd­gopen.com, 12 to 8 p.m., $125, rock­way Golf Course, 625 rock­way dr., Kitch­ener, 519-741-7480, bar­rym­c­fadyen15@gmail.com

MON­DAY, SEPTEMBER 17 8th An­nual Dennis Strass­burger Char­ity Golf Tour­na­ment

Golf, lunch, din­ner, prizes, silent auc­tion, net­work­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties; sup­ports the Chil­dren’s men­tal Health Cen­tre at the Luther­wood Foun­da­tion; www. strass­burger.net/golf-tour­na­ment-8th-an­nual/, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., $150, Con­estoga Golf & Con­fer­ence Cen­tre, 400 Golf Course rd., Con­estogo, kim@strass­burger.net

LOOK­ING AHEAD Op­ti­mist Club Plunger Plop Tour­na­ment — Sept. 22

reg­is­ter by thurs­day, Sept. 20: a tour­na­ment of skills and luck, sim­i­lar to horse­shoes but with plungers and toi­lets; all wel­come; en­ter a team and chal­lenge your friends; for more in­for­ma­tion and to reg­is­ter a team visit www. op­ti­mist­plunger­plop.com, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., en­try fee: $100 per team, Gale pres­by­te­rian Church, 10 barn­swal­low dr., elmira, 519-500-5477, rwilbur@rogers.com

Ice Cream for Break­fast — Sept. 22

Serv­ing ice cream for break­fast to sup­port make-a-Wish Foun­da­tion to help send a young boy on his wish trip; when I was seven I had my wish trip granted: I want to raise money so other chil­dren may have their wishes come true, too, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., do­nate on­line or at the event, Stan­ley park Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 505 Franklin St. N., Kitch­ener, makeaw­ishca.donor­drive.com/cam­paign/ice­cream, madis­on­le­tizi@gmail.com

Wilmot Karaoke Idol 2018 — Sept. 22

this friendly sing­ing com­pe­ti­tion has con­tes­tants com­pete for the top prize of $1,000: $500 cash for the win­ner and $500 for the lo­cal Wilmot char­ity of their choice, plus ad­di­tional prizes ev­ery night; see web­site for more de­tails, 9 p.m. free, Scran and dram Scot­tish pub­lic House, 338 Water­loo St., New Ham­burg, www.scranand­dram.ca/events-live-mu­sic.html, 226-747-0610

GAR­DEN­ING MON­DAY, SEPTEMBER 17 Welles­ley Hor­ti­cul­tural So­ci­ety

Ju­nior Gar­den­ers awards night: mike Jones talks about the gar­dens at Kitch­ener-Water­loo Col­le­giate In­sti­tute (KCI); all wel­come, 7 to 8 p.m., free, Welles­ley Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 1000 maple Leaf St., Welles­ley, 519-656-2824

Elmira and Dis­trict Hor­ti­cul­tural So­ci­ety Speaker

Speaker Kat Granger “Hy­drangeas De­mys­ti­fied”; new mem­bers wel­come, 7:30 to 9 p.m., mem­bers free; non-mem­bers $2, trin­ity united Church, 21 arthur St. N., elmira, christine­frances54@gmail.com

HEALTH TUES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Self-Help Men­tal Health Pro­gram

re­cov­ery In­ter­na­tional: a free, self-help cog­ni­tive-be­havioural pro­gram; learn to change your thoughts in a struc­tured, sup­port­ive set­ting; tues­days, 7:30 to 9 p.m., free, St. andrew’s pres­by­te­rian Church, 54 Queen St. N., Kitch­ener, www.re­cov­erycanada.org/meet­ings.php, an­i­tann88@gmail.com

Kids stuff Satur­day, September 15 Ital­ian Lan­guage School

Chil­dren ages four to 14 in Water­loo re­gion can learn Ital­ian on Satur­days, from Sept. to June; reg­is­ter on­line, 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., free, St. Louis adult Learn­ing and Con­tin­u­ing ed­u­ca­tion Cen­tre, 80 young St., Kitch­ener, st­louis.wcdsb.ca/pro­gram­sand­courses/il/ele­men­tary/, 519-888-0788, de­leana.robles@wcdsb.ca

WED­NES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 19 Ac­cess Wed­nes­day: That’s My Lunch!

pre­sented by the­mu­seum; after learn­ing the ba­sics of sewing, kids ages six-plus will cre­ate their own lunch bag to take to school; reg­is­tra­tion re­quired; see web­site for de­tails, 5:30 to 7 p.m., $14 plus HSt, the­mu­seum, 10 King St. W., Kitch­ener, www.eventbrite.ca/e/thats-my-lunchtick­ets-49854500152, 519-749-9387 ext. 221, info@the­mu­seum.ca


Fea­tur­ing four food trucks; in park­ing lot, 4 to 8 p.m., prices vary, West­side pres­by­te­rian Church, 130 Vic­to­ria ave., Cam­bridge, 519-622-7970, green­fiel­d­acres@net­flash.net

WED­NES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 19 New Dundee Board of Trade Fish Fry

prime cod, fresh cut fries, sal­ads, dessert and cof­fee; tick­ets avail­able at Vil­lage mar­ket, the New dundee em­po­rium or from board of trade mem­bers; pro­ceeds to com­mu­nity projects in New dundee, 5 to 7 p.m., adult $18 in ad­vance, $20 at door; child $6, New dundee Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 1028 Queen St. S.,

New dundee, new­dundee.ca, 226-747-0003, pdark­esc659@rogers.com


ev­ery­one is wel­come to visit us at our re­freshed space for an af­ter­noon of games, art, play and Ha­lal hot dogs, 1 to 4 p.m., free, Idea ex­change | Cle­mens mill Li­brary, 50 Sag­i­naw pkwy., Cam­bridge, ideaex­change.org/pro­grams/event/cle­mens-mil­lopen-house, 519-621-0460

MON­DAY, SEPTEMBER 17 Cam­bridge Army Cadets Open House

21 royal High­land Fusiliers of Canada army Cadet Corps kicks off their 132nd year in the com­mu­nity; cadets: open to youth ages 12 to 18; 21army­cadets.ca, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., free, mcIn­tosh ar­moury, 1 Val­our pl., Cam­bridge, 519-654-6759, 21army­cadets@gmail.com

Walks runs and rides Satur­day, September 15 Teddy Bear Mo­tor­cy­cle Poker Run

reg­is­tra­tion re­quired; 190K jour­ney through Water­loo re­gion; sup­ports Water­loo Knights of Colum­bus New toys for Needy Kids toy drive, Water­loo County Shrine Club Shriners’ Hos­pi­tals for Chil­dren, and the first CAV Na­tional Ser­vice dogs, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., $15 plus teddy bear; $30 with­out teddy bear, Water­loo Knights of Colum­bus Hall, 145 dear­born pl., Water­loo, ted­dyride.myfreesites.net/, 519-884-2060

A Pa­rade of Pets and People for Autism Dog Ser­vices

Fundrais­ing walk: fam­ily-friendly, chil­dren’s ac­tiv­i­ties, dog­gie pageant, demon­stra­tion of Work­ing Ser­vice dogs, dis­tance walk of your choice, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., walker: col­lect pledges, Soper park, 120 Shade St., Cam­bridge, www.autism­dogser­vices.ca, dianne@autism­dogs.ca

SUN­DAY, SEPTEMBER 16 St. Mary’s Hike For Heart

an op­por­tu­nity to gather with in­di­vid­u­als, fam­i­lies and St. mary’s staff who un­der­stand the shared ex­pe­ri­ence of heart disease; to­gether ac­knowl­edge the mea­sure of this re­silience and cel­e­brate the joy of re­cov­ery, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., walker: col­lect pledges, Lau­rel Creek Con­ser­va­tion area, 625 West­mount rd. N., Water­loo, sup­port­st­marys.ca/ event/, 519-749-6797 ext. 6918, events@sup­port­st­marys.ca

Cam­bridge Terry Fox Run 2018

5K run; fundraiser for can­cer re­search: 82 cents of ev­ery dol­lar raised goes to life-sav­ing can­cer re­search; refreshments; live mu­sic; reg­is­ter at www.ter­ry­fox.ca/ter­ry­foxrun/cam­bridge, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., col­lect pledges, river­side park, 49 King St. W., Cam­bridge, www.ter­ry­fox.ca/ ter­ry­foxrun/cam­bridge, 519-589-2998, cam­brid­geter­ry­foxrun@rogers.com

Wilmot Terry Fox Run

pre-reg­is­tra­tion re­quired; ev­ery dol­lar raised for the 2018 #Wil­mot­ter­ryFoxrun is an­other step closer to end­ing can­cer; www.wilmot­ter­ry­fox.ca/join/, 12:30 to 3:30 p.m., col­lect do­na­tions, New Ham­burg Com­plex and Fair­grounds, 251 Ja­cob St., New Ham­burg, 519-569-9551, wil­mot­ter­ryfoxrun@gmail.com

LOOK­ING AHEAD United Way Water­loo Re­gion Com­mu­ni­ties March of 1,000 Um­brel­las — Sept. 20

reg­is­ter by tues­day, Sept. 18: Launch of its 2018 cam­paign with a walk from Water­loo to Kitch­ener; goal: eight mil­lion dol­lars: “eight mil­lion be­gins with one; are you the one?”; www.iamtheone.ca, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., $10, Water­loo pub­lic Square, 75 King St. S., Water­loo, 519-888-6100 ext. 235, com­mu­ni­ca­tions@uway­wrc.ca

Strides for Melanoma Walk for Aware­ness — Sept. 23

reg­is­tra­tion: 9 a.m.; walk: 10 a.m.; melanomanet­work. akaraisin.com/ui/17115, col­lect do­na­tions, mcLen­nan park, 901 Ot­tawa St. S., Kitch­ener, 1-877-560-8035 ext. 103

Kitch­ener-Water­loo Kid­ney Walk — Sept. 23

an­nual char­ity walk held by the Kid­ney Foun­da­tion, be­ing held in hon­our of dr. tom Liu, the found­ing nephrol­o­gist of the Grand river Hospi­tal kid­ney dial­y­sis unit, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., fundrais­ing en­cour­aged, Water­loo park, Cen­ten­nial band­shell, 100 West­mount rd. N., Water­loo, kid­ney.akaraisin.com/ ui/16740/g/18050, 226-444-1874, mliu.mba2007@ivey.ca

Work­shops Satur­day, September 15 Prose in the Park: Words in the Wind — Kite Mak­ing

the City of Water­loo’s 2018 artists-in-res­i­dence will take visi­tors through the ex­pe­ri­ence of mak­ing their own kite while adding a sin­gle let­ter/word to later cre­ate words in the sky; work­shops on Sept. 15 and 16; www. water­loo.ca/en/liv­ing/artistin­res­i­den­ce­pro­gram.asp, 12 to 4 p.m., free, Water­loo park, Cen­ten­nial band­shell, 100 West­mount rd. N., Water­loo, 519-747-8769, vis­i­tor­info@water­loo.ca

TUES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Draw­ing with Dry­point

reg­is­tra­tion re­quired; new to print­mak­ing; in­tro­duc­tory work­shop in the mary mis­ner print Stu­dio at de­sign at river­side; come with a sketch or an idea, leave with your own print and a print­ing plate, 7 to 9:30 p.m., $40 plus HSt, Idea ex­change | de­sign at river­side Gallery, 7 melville St. S., Cam­bridge, ideaex­change.org/pro­grams/ event/draw­ing-dry­point, events@ ideaex­change.org

WED­NES­DAY, SEPTEMBER 19 De­sign Your Own Space Crea­ture in TinkerCAD

reg­is­tra­tion re­quired; learn how to de­sign in 3d and print a Space Crea­ture us­ing tinkercad; lap­tops pro­vided, bring a universal se­rial bus (uSb), 7 to 8 p.m., free, Idea ex­change | Queen’s Square Li­brary, 1 North Sq., Cam­bridge, ideaex­change. org/pro­grams/event/de­sign-yourown-space-crea­ture-tinkercad, events@ideaex­change.org

LOOK­ING AHEAD Dig­i­tal Art Work­shop: Land­scapes — Sept. 20

reg­is­tra­tion re­quired; dig­i­tal paint night: walk away with a mas­ter­piece to call your own, 6 to 7 p.m., free, Idea ex­change | Old post Of­fice, 12 Wa­ter St. S., Cam­bridge, ideaex­change.org/pro­grams/ event/dig­i­tal-art-work­shop-land­scapes, events@ideaex­change.org

Meet a Maker: Sun­di­als and Cell­phones — Sept. 20

reg­is­tra­tion re­quired; Steph dis­cusses the ways in which she com­bines old and new meth­ods of cre­at­ing in her work, 7 to 8 p.m., free, Idea ex­change | Old Post Of­fice, 12 Wa­ter St. S., Cam­bridge, ideaex­change.org/ pro­grams/event/meet-maker-sun­di­als-and-cell-phones, events@ ideaex­change.org

Two-Day In­dige­nous Beaded Bag Work­shop — Sept. 22

reg­is­ter by Satur­day, Sept. 15: Cre­ate a big blos­som deer Hide bag with 2018 artist-in­res­i­dence Naomi Smith; learn how to work with deer hide us­ing ba­sic leather-work­ing, bead­ing, and lac­ing tech­niques; bring a bagged lunch; to Sept. 23, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., $185 plus HSt; ma­te­ri­als in­cluded, Sch­nei­der Haus, 466 Queen St. S., Kitch­ener, cal­en­dar.schnei­der­haus.ca, 519-742-7752

Write Now Writ­ing Group — Sept. 24

Write sto­ries to share with oth­ers; to im­prove their writ­ing craft, the group will of­fer sug­ges­tions for al­ter­na­tive ap­proaches for con­sid­er­a­tion; ev­ery other mon­day ex­cept Oct. 8 and 22; Kitch­ener Group Card re­quired, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., an­nual rate: 55-plus, $15.31; ages 18 to 54, $18.66, rock­way Cen­tre, 1405 King St. e., Kitch­ener, www.kitch­ener.ca/ en/in-your-neigh­bour­hood/rock­way-cen­tre.aspx, 519-741-2507, rock­waycc@kitch­ener.ca

In­tro­duc­tion to Belly Danc­ing — Sept. 25

this in­tro­duc­tory work­shop will in­tro­duce the fun­da­men­tal move­ments of belly danc­ing in a fun and wel­com­ing en­vi­ron­ment; no ex­pe­ri­ence nec­es­sary; reg­is­tra­tion re­quired, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., free, rock­way Cen­tre, 1405 King St. e., Kitch­ener, www.kitch­ener. ca/en/in-your-neigh­bour­hood/ rock­way­cen­tre.aspx, 519-741-2507, rock­waycc@kitch­ener.ca

Adult Begin­ner Gui­tar Lessons — Sept. 25

reg­is­tra­tion re­quired; in­struc­tor from mu­sic Lives Inc. teaches tech­niques based on clas­si­cal gui­tar: play mu­sic and en­joy the ba­sics of gui­tar while build­ing strong foun­da­tion for other styles of gui­tar play­ing; tues­days to Nov. 13, 7 to 8 p.m., $35 plus HSt, Idea ex­change | Old Post Of­fice, 12 Wa­ter St. S., Cam­bridge, ideaex­change.org/ pro­grams/event/adult-be­gin­ner­gui­tar-lessons, events@ideaex­change.org

Adult Gui­tar Group — Sept. 25

reg­is­tra­tion re­quired; in­struc­tor from Queen Street mu­sic School teaches chords and strum­ming pat­terns: play­ing songs and en­joy­ing the ba­sics of gui­tar,

8 to 9 p.m., $35 plus HSt, Idea ex­change | He­speler Li­brary, 5 tan­nery St. e., Cam­bridge, ideaex­change.org/pro­grams/ event/adult-gui­tar-group, events@ideaex­change.org

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