Handmade Market

November 26th, 2022 Shop local and support handmade this season! You’re invited to the Joshua Creek Heritage Arts Handmade Market on Saturday November 19 from 10am-4pm. Admission is $4.00, to help sustain the gallery! All are welcome! Free and accessible parking is available.

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CALL TO ARTISTS

Friends/Members of Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre 2022 Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre is pleased to present this special exhibition featuring the artwork of our members also known as our friends. Members help preserve this urban oasis, with its historic buildings and enriching creative programs. This exhibition is our way of saying thank you to our

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NEXT STEPS: THE FIX-IT GARAGE

Wondering what to do next with all your watercolour prints from the Watercolour Printmaking Workshop? Join us at “The Fix-It Garage” to be inspired and to transform your watercolour prints into your next masterpiece The first Tuesday of every month starting  March 8th – June 9:30 am – 11:30 am $25 per participant SIGN UP

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Creative Inspirations: The Joy of Watercolor Art & Food Sensations.

JCHAC invites you to join and experience culinary, art, and creativity with This 4hour workshop, set in our kitchen studio overlooking 14 acres of inspiring landscapes, participants will create their own unique watercolour art, using printmaking techniques followed by a hands-on culinary experience, complemented with appetizers, entrees, and desert. Join us and experience, Art, Community,

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Creative Resilience Workshop

As we continue our re-entry into and re-engaging in our new world, new coping strategies are needed. A key component for recalibrating and rebounding is creativity. Creativity is at the heart of resilience.

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Intrada Brass Spring Concert

The Intrada Brass is one of Canada’s most exciting large brass and percussion ensembles. Founded 25 years ago in London, Ontario, the Intrada Brass has been proud to call Oakville home for the past 15.

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More COVID Tales!

MORE COVID TALES is being published, with 14 new stories written by 92-year-old Sybil and magnificent illustrations by Tsochoy Go, 26 years old.

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