1. Remembrance Events.
a) Guelph: Thank a Veteran. Local vets will be on hand at McCrae House to visit and exchange stories. (McCrae House is the birthplace of John McCrae (1872-1918), doctor, soldier and author of “In Flanders Field”) Sunday Nov 5 1:30-3:30.
b) Hamilton: “Lost Monument” Ceremony. There will be a wreath laying, the singing of anthems and a moment of silence. Hamilton Cemetery Saturday 11AM.
c) Hamilton: Hamilton Concert Band Remembers with Hamilton Police Female Choir. Drop in for a night of music and remembrance. Sunday 7:30PM St Andrews United Church, 479 Upper Paradise. Tickets $10.
c) Simcoe: Norfolk Remembers. The Norfolk County Public Library will be launching the newest book in the “Letters Home” series: Norfolk at Passchendaele. Following the launch at 4:30 , there will a screening of Passchendaele at the Strand at 5pm. Sunday November 5
d) Burford: Interdenominational Remembrance Service. Local clergy participate and service clubs lay wreaths in remembrance. Sunday 2PM-3:30pm Burford Agricultural Hall. All welcome!
e) Oakville: Bronte Legion Remembrance Day Parade: Begins at 10:30 from the Bronte Legion. 11:00 a.m. – Remembrance Day Service at the Cenotaph, Chris Vokes Memorial Park. Sunday November 5.
f) Kitchener: We Remember. The Waterloo Regional Police Male Chorus in concert with Canadian recording artist John McDermott, is presenting a Remembrance Day concert to honour our veterans. Grandview Baptist Church, 250 Old Chicopee Rd. Kitchener Sunday 3:30PM tickets $35.00.
2. Milton: British Legends. The producers of Abbamania present British Legends. The worlds number one choice for reproducing the sounds of Adele, McCartney, Bowie, Elton John and the Bee Gees. Backed by studio musicians with every song recreated note for note, exactly like the original recording. Saturday 8PM: Milton Centre for the Arts. http://bit.ly/2zXzZYm
3. Burlington: Shaun Majumder. Host and Gemini Award-winning actor/comedian Shaun Majumder hails from Burlington, Newfoundland (population 350)!!!!. He is a cast member of This Hour Has 22 Minutes. His film credits include Harold and Kumar go to White Castle, The Ladies Man, Pushing Tin, Purpose and Bob Funk, and he’s hosted the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival TV series for three seasons. Saturday 8PM: Burlington Perforing Arts Centre http://bit.ly/2ypOEzB
4. Norfolk: Made in Norfolk. Show & Sale at the Norfolk Arts Centre. The Norfolk Arts Centre presents the Made in Norfolk Show & Sale. For the month of November the Norfolk Arts Centre will turn its front heritage room into a showcase of handcrafted, original work by Norfolk County artists and artisans. From pottery to jewellery to mittens, Made in Norfolk has something for everyone! Saturday and Sunday: Norfolk Arts Centre 9:30-4:30 http://bit.ly/1mjTdd1
5. Hamilton: RBG 2nd Annual Tea Festival. Warm up with a hot cup of tea and sample different varieties from around the world. From green to rooibos, oolong to herbal and everything in between, learn all about your favourite types of tea. Celebrate the classic hot beverage with live performances and get some gift shopping done while you’re at it! Saturday and Sunday 10-5pm RBG in Burlington. http://bit.ly/2wMDdfx