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March 2018

Vikings: The Exhibition

Friday, March 23 - Monday, April 2
Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park
Toronto, ON M5S 2C6 Canada
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Bloodthirsty plunderers. Pillaging warriors. Seafaring traders. What do we really know about Vikings? Explore the myths and stereotypes of this ancient culture, in Vikings: The Exhibition presented by Raymond James Ltd. opening November 4, 2017. Offering a fresh and contemporary look into the Viking Age, Vikings is an extraordinary window into the lifestyle, religion, and daily lives of these legendary explorers, artisans, and craftspeople. Encounter objects rarely displayed outside of Scandinavia in this compelling exhibition that challenges the perceptions of…

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Frogs at the RBG

Friday, March 23 - Sunday, April 15
Royal Botanical Gardens, 690 Plains Road West
Burlington, ON Canada
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Experience the most visually stunning, vocally pleasing, and adaptively remarkable life forms on earth with RBG’s winter exhibit, Frogs! If you’ve never thought of frogs as beautiful, this exhibition will change your mind. Frogs! is a dynamic exhibit experience with two special exhibitions and daily, family-friendly activities where visitors of all ages can explore the wonderful world of frogs and their wetland homes. January 20 to April 15; RBG Centre

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Exhibit: All in this Together

Friday, March 23 @ 9:32 pm - Saturday, April 28 @ 5:00 pm EST
Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum & Community Centre, 14732 Woodbine Avenue
Gormley, Ontario L0H 1G0 Canada
General admission

This exhibit will explore the atmosphere and experiences of our community during war time. What was is like for those who stayed at home? Also included will be the "Dear Sadie" exhibit - on loan from the Archives of Ontario - focusing on correspondence between WWI soldier Harry Mason and his girlfriend Sadie. Included with general admission.

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Friday, March 23 - Sunday, April 22
TIFF Bell Lightbox, Reitman Square, 350 King Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 3X5 Canada
$11 - $13

TIFF’s award-winning technology playground allows kids 3-13 (and adults!) to experience what it’s like to become part of a classical artwork and watch a machine draw a picture based on how it feels. The exhibition brings together interactive games, projections, mind-bending augmented-reality installations and innovative coding activities that showcase the creative potential of new technologies.

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TIFF Kids presents: digiPlaySpace

Friday, March 23 - Sunday, April 22
TIFF Bell Lightbox`, 350 King St. W
Toronto, M5V 3X5

Playgrounds. Classrooms. Arts and crafts. Movie theatres. Amusement parks. Museums and galleries. Home. Our 21st century-world has increasingly become a blurry mix of virtual and real, physical and digital. We spend much of our time interacting with technology through screens, sensors, data, social networks, games, and more. How can we build an empowered relationship with these technologies, tools, and networks to strengthen our ability to connect with each other? How are we able to explore new aspects of who we…

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Castle Builder at Ontario Science Center

Friday, March 23 - Sunday, April 29
Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills Road
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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Build your own toy castles brick by brick. Enter the kingdom’s royal castle to sit in their majesties’ thrones, view the royal decorations including a suit of armour made out of LEGO® bricks, and peek through the curtains to view the king’s secret treasure room filled with jewels. Images of the Castle builder exhibition. Even the youngest of builders will enjoy putting together their own castle creation. Models of real-world castles Blarney, Arundel, and Neuschwanstein offer insights about how castles…

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The World of the Fatimids

Friday, March 23 @ 9:32 pm - Monday, July 2 @ 6:00 pm EST
Aga Khan Museum, 77 Wynford Drive
Toronto, ON M3C 1K1 Canada
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$10 - $20

The World of the Fatimids sheds light on one of history’s most intriguing and vibrant civilizations, which at its height in the 10th and 11th centuries influenced thought and life throughout the Mediterranean, Southern Europe, and the Near East – yet is little known in North America. Through monumental architectural pieces as well as intimately scaled artwork, the exhibition conjures up a land of many faiths and explores life, both royal and everyday, in the capital the Fatimids founded, al-Qahirah,…

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Night at the Museum: Earth Hour

Saturday, March 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm EDT
Oshawa Community Museum, 1450 Simcoe Street South, Lakeview Park
Oshawa, ON L1H 8S8 Canada
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Saturday March 24th. Turn out the lights from 7:30 - 9:30 pm and turn up the lamplight. Visit Henry House after hours and learn about life before electricity. Costumed guides are on hand this evening to shed light on an earlier time. This is a come and go event and costs $5 per person. Admission at the door or tickets available on Eventbrite.ca

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May 2018

Sunday FUNday – The Victorian Cellphone

Sunday, May 6 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Oshawa Community Museum, 1450 Simcoe Street South, Lakeview Park
Oshawa, ON L1H 8S8 Canada
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Disassemble your cell phone and what have you got? A clock, a newspaper, a camera, a slate, and a telephone. Check out the ‘Victorian Cellphone’! How would you get the important news of the day? How would you check the weather? See how your phone compares to ours on Sunday May 6th from 12—4 pm in the Verna Conant Gallery at Guy House. Admission is free, for all ages.

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