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Live around the Hammer? Here’s your weekend plan

Photo by Tanya Little via Flickr


Play at the official opening of Doug Wright ParkCome celebrate the grand opening of a new 3.25 hectare community park named after the local cartoonist in the Alton community. The playground equipment and features are inspired by his art! Your kid can try their hand at some cartooning, get their caricature drawn, or take part in some good old fashioned park play.

(Fri. November 2, 3-4 PM, Doug Wright Park, 4725 Doug Wright Dr., Burlington) 


Get a quick dose of culture at  Brantford Film Festival: it started Thursday night but the three-day festival in downtown Brantford wraps up Saturday, and features films from around Canada and the world. It’s a small but mighty festival gaining cred in the indie film world, with a focus on Aboriginal programming, documentary and short films. Saturday features shorts from 4 mins to 88 mins long, starting at 1 p.m.

(Nov. 1st to 3rd, schedule, Laurier Room RCW 002, 150 Dalhousie St., 519-753-9400, $5/ticket) 


Check out what Dundas artists are up to at Arts Dundas WeekendDundas’s 26th annual arts jamboree celebrates all of the arts from poetry to fashion in the community. Going strong for 26 years, it’s a full weekend of free fun all over town. Peep the full program here.

(Thurs, Nov. 1st to 4th, Dundas, FREE)


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