The Students for a Renegade Society, in collaboration with the Peace and Conflict Studies Society’s 4th Annual Projecting Peace Film Festival, presents What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire, a documentary that explores the culture of empire, and its impending demise. More »
1. March 26. Storytelling Concert at Guelph Civic Museum. “By Word of Mouth”
2. March 27. World Storytelling Day in Cambridge. “Awake and Dreaming.”
3. March 28 – April 6. Toronto Storytelling Festival.
4. April 11. Old Masters Concert by Voyageur Storytelling. Conservatory for the Arts in Hamilton. More »
at Squiers Tavern on Fennell and Upper Wentworth on March21, 2008.
Looking for guitar, keyboard, horn, harmonica, vocalists and more_
If anything like last year it will be great. 2:00 PM till 6:00 PM.
Contact for info Russ McAllister firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginning at 8pm at the Pearl Company. A special event to commemorate the emergence, growth and beauty of the Under the Willows program. Come take in a variety of performances by local artists, musicians and other performers. More »
There are still seats for this Fridayís bus.March 14: We will be visiting the Imperial Cotton Centre for the Arts, then for something completely different, we will check out the shows at the Workers Arts and Heritage Centre (A Womanís Place is Everywhere, and Kareem Ferreiraís show, The Dream). As always, we will then take in the many and exciting galleries on the James North Art Crawl. Our regular end-of-the-evening visit to Bill Powellís Studio Gallery has been cancelled because of major renovations. More »
The Multicultural Cinema Club @ the Working Centre, will be holding their next FREE Film Festival at Kitchener City Hall from March 11th to March 15th at 7 PM each night.This time we are proud to showcase local film-makers with a variety of documentaries, shorts and feature films produced here in the Region of Waterloo. You will have an opportunity to meet the film-makers and discuss their work, and you will be able to vote for the winner of the People’s Choice Award in each category. More »
AGH film series presents the Oscar© nominated Best Animated Feature Film Persepolis.
The Winter 2008 AGH film series is pleased to present the acclaimed animated film Persepolis, on Wednesday, March 19 at 7:00 pm at the Empire Jackson Square 6 Cinemas, 2 King Street West, downtown Hamilton. More »
†A Dream Away
In celebration of WORLD STORYTELLING DAY, a “Dream Away” concert of folk tales takes place on Wednesday, March 20th at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Burlington, ON† (3455 Lakeshore Road, just west of Walker’s Line) beginning at 8:15 p.m.† The teller of tales for the evening is Brenda Byers, artistic director for Storywyse.
Refreshments follow the 45 minute concert and this event is FREE.† All ages are welcome.† More »
March 20, 2008 at Colin MacDonald School
69 Sanders Boulevard, Hamilton
7:30 – 9:30
Tickets $10,$5 students
Tongues Wagging Productions
Contact storywomancaroleigh (at) gmail (dot) com for information
Behold The Man is a play that retells a critical period in the life of philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. In 1882, stricken with illness but alive with ideas, Nietzsche was introduced to Lou Salome by their mutual friend Dr. Paul Ree. The three shared their intellectual pursuits until love and jealousy interfered. Their falling out dealt a severe blow to Friedrich, who eventually succumbed to madness years later. More »
Hamilton Storytelling Circle
The Storytelling Group consists of people who love telling and listening to stories. The group is open to anyone who has this interest.
We†usually meet on the third Monday of each month, from 730 p.m. to 9 p.m.We meet at Temple Anshe Sholom, 215 Cline Avenue North, Hamilton. However, in January and February, 2008, we will be meeting on the fourth Monday†-†January†28†and†February†25.† More »