April 9th 2012
The Mississauga Arts Council (MAC) is proud to announce the nominees for the 2012 MARTY Awards. This year there are a grand total of 90 artists in the running! The winners will be revealed at the MARTYS celebration taking place on Thursday, May 31, 2012 at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga.
Now into its 18th year, the MARTYS Awards celebrate the artistic achievements of the city’s established artists while encouraging and supporting emerging artistic talent. Produced by the Mississauga Arts Council, the MARTYS have been described as an important launch for many Mississauga artists’ careers.
For more information and to vote for the Peoples Choice Award, please visit the Mississauga Arts Council website: www.mississaugaartscouncil.com
April 5th 2012
Join Mississauga’s Heritage Partners for the first lecture of 2012 featuring
Daniel Bratton, Author of “32 Short Views of Mazo de la Roche”
“Mazo de la Roche’s Jalna Turns 85 - A celebration of Ontario’s Rural (and Loyalist) Roots”
Thursday, April 12, 2012
at the Noel Ryan Auditorium, Mississauga Central Library
7:00pm prompt start
March 12th 2012
Former City of Mississauga Ward One Councillor, Carmen Corbasson passed away on the morning of March 10th after complications from surgery. She will be remembered for her selfless commitment to her community and City.
For more information, please see the following article from the Mississauga News:
March 8th 2012
On February 17, 2012, the Ontario Heritage Trust opened the Parliament interpretive centre in Toronto. The opening event was held in conjunction with the Trust’s annual launch of Ontario Heritage Week and to commemorate the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
The centre, located at 265 Parliament Street East, sits on the original site of Ontario’s first purpose-built parliament buildings, on the block bordered by Front Street East on the north, Berkeley Street on the west, and Parliament Street on the east.
The exhibit, Foundations & Fire: Early Parliament and the War of 1812 Experience at York, interprets the history of Ontario’s first purpose-built parliament buildings and commemorates the War of 1812 bicentennial.
March 8th 2012
March 3 to September 8, 2012
Almost 200 years after Toronto was captured and burned by
invading American forces, this exhibit commemorates the fallen
British, First Nations, Canadian and American combatants.
The Market Gallery, South St. Lawrence Market
95 Front Street East, Toronto
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