NIAGARA IMPROV FESTIVAL
The Niagara Improv Festival is looking for improv groups (youth 14 - 18 and adults 19+) to compete in a short form improv competition on Saturday November 16 in Pelham.
Submissions Due November REGISTRATION
Call for Submissions Grow Op 2020: The Gladstone Hotel’s Annual Exhibition on the Environment, Urbanism, and Ecology
Deadline For Submissions: Sunday November 24, 2019
Grow Op is an annual 3-day eco-art exhibition created and produced by the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto. The 8th annual Grow Op happens March 12-15, 2020, and considers ideas around weather. We invite artists to submit proposals as individuals or collectives; multidisciplinary teams are encouraged. This call is open to Canadian and international participants. INFO
@ The Museum Thursday Night FREE Road Movies: Fall Film Series. "Smoke Signals" Nov 7 INFOThe Niagara Frontier Regional Camera Club Annual Fall Seminar
The featured presenter this year is Don Komarechka. Don will be presenting his program Vision Beyond Seeing. This is a photography seminar that aims to weave science and art together and help photographers of every skill level understand the limitations of both our cameras and our own vision, and then step beyond those limits and will feature four separate components during the day. Nov 9 INFO@ The Museum Thursday Night FREE Yoga Nov 14 & 28 INFONeighbour Nights: Local History and Culture
Neighbour Nights is a monthly social and educational program designed to help you learn more about your community. This month, join local museums and organizations to learn more about history and culture in Niagara Falls.
Community Centre Library, Wednesday, Nov 20 @ 6:00 pm INFO@ The Museum Thursday Night FREE Road Movies: Fall Film Series. "Nebraska" Nov 21 INFOAuthor Series: Sheri McDonald
Join Ontario native Sheri McDonald as she shares her favourite highlights from her new book, 100 Things to Do in Canada Before You Die. Copies of the book will be for sale after the presentation.
Victoria Avenue Library, Friday, Nov 22 @ 7:00 pm INFO
ART WALK IN DOWNTOWN
ART WALK on and around Queen Street! Go check it out! Lots of great local art!!!INFO
4680Q - LIVE - TALK SHOWS - EVENTS - PODCASTS:LISTEN
4680 Q is an innovative broadcast platform to celebrate arts, heritage and culture interactive using live interviews, podcasts, streaming every medium of Niagara’s growing talent. Recipient of a NF Cultural Development Grant 2018. John Sherwood is easily among the top jazz pianists in Canada today. Friday and Saturday evenings from 5 to 8 pm at Cat's INFO Niagara Falls Coin Club meets monthly at it's new home, the Niagara Falls Public Library, every 3rd Wednesday of the Month. MEETUPS: Find others who share your interests in Niagara Falls. SEARCH HERE FREE MOVIES: at the Libraries SCHEDULES NIAGARA FALLS FARMERS MARKET Saturdays 7am-1pm. Bring the kids and enjoy the bounty am-of the season; corn, pumpkins, cabbage, tomatoes, potatoes, apples, pears and so much more! The Market is located at 5943 Sylvia Place, Niagara Falls behind the Niagara Falls History Museum near the corner of Main and Ferry. INFO
Read, Listen, Watch, Chat “Book” Club
Join us for our first mixed-media club. It’s basically the same as a book club, but we don’t read books! Instead, we read articles and essays, listen to podcasts, and watch documentaries.
Registration is required.
Victoria Ave. Library, 3rd Thursday of the month @7:00 pm INFO