Client Events Across Ontario August 13 – 27, 2014

August may mean trips to the cottage and long afternoons, but it doesn’t mean there’s not plenty happening.  Get out there and enjoy the sun!

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SUMMER 2014: Lots of great events across Ontario!

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Opening at the Art Gallery of Ontario at the end of this month is a fantastic exhibit featuring one of Canada’s visual art icons.

Born in Toronto in 1920, Colville was a painter, printmaker and veteran who drew his inspiration from the world around him, transforming the seemingly mundane figures and events of everyday life into archetypes of the modern condition. He was made a Companion of the Order of Canada in 1982 and won a Governor General’s Visual and Media Arts Award in 2003. Book your tickets now! 




There’s more than just Shakespeare happening in Stratford this summer!!  Check out the great line-up of bands and musicians happening From July 14 – August 24th.




Only three weeks left to enter The Forbidden City at the Royal Ontario Museum.  This stunning exhibition invites you to cross the threshold to see over 200 national treasures from Beijing’s Palace Museum – some travelling outside China for the first time. Closes September 1.

 And don’t forget to check out the awesome line-up of events at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre – the perfect way to get a bit of culture and a bit of lakeside living right in the middle of the city! No cottage traffic required! The Summer of Wonder runs all the way to Thanksgiving weekend!



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