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The White and Bright Affair 7:00 pm
The White and Bright Affair @ Online
Apr 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us for a Livestream that is for EVERYONE at a time when we are all looking for some deep connection, support, and love. Our 1-hour program will feature Dr. Gary Chapman, best-selling author of “The 5 Love Languages.” Over the past few weeks, Dr. Chapman has aligned his keynote with the real-life situations we are all dealing with as we self-isolate at home. Gary says that at the heart of every relationship is the desire to love and feel love. What you need to know before SHOWTIME! #1 – RSVP for the Live Stream by visiting Pathstone Foundation #2 – Take the FREE Love Language Quiz at 5 Love Languages #3 – Dress code is to wear white + a splash of your favorite colour. Anything goes at home! Pj’s, housecoat, bunny slippers, you name it! #4 – Dr. Gary Chapman joins us LIVE and brings The 5 Love Languages to life in a 15-minute keynote + Q & A. Learn how to better connect and show love in every relationship in your life in this COVID-19 world and beyond. #5 – Post your White & Bright pics on social, don’t forget to tag us @PathstoneMH and use #WABA
“Drag” Yourself to Trivia in Support of the Many Hands Project 6:00 pm
“Drag” Yourself to Trivia in Support of the Many Hands Project @ Canadian Polish Society Hall
Apr 9 @ 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Niagara College Event Management students and Many Hands Project presents “DRAG” yourself to TRIVIA, a fun, pop-culture themed trivia night co-hosted by 2 Drag Queens. All proceeds will go to Education Foundation of Niagara creating bursaries for DSBN students pursuing post-secondary education at Niagara College. Featuring rounds of pop-culture trivia, pizza, snacks, cash bar, games, and prizes. This event is hosted by the Many Hands Project.
Playhouse Build and Auction in Support of Kristen French Child Advocacy Centre 10:00 am
Playhouse Build and Auction in Support of Kristen French Child Advocacy Centre @ Pen Centre Parking Lot
Apr 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Join Kristen French Child Advocacy Centre Niagara as they host their annual Playhouse Build & Auction fundraising event. It is truly a unique event and day of family fun – all centered around some of Niagara’s Best Builders creating one-of-a-kind playhouses or back yard play structures to be auctioned off to the community. Creativity is encouraged as the builders have five hours on event day to pull together their teams & their dreams to build a custom back yard playhouse or play structure to be displayed in a live auction at the end of the afternoon. Come out and enjoy an afternoon of family fun, with a BBQ, Food Vendors, Games & Activities, bouncy castles, face painting, Super Hero appearances, Raffle Prizes, entertainment and other fair like activities for the whole family to enjoy! Help Kristen French Child Advocacy Centre Niagara “Build4Change” – supporting this event allows them to continue much needed programming for children and youth and thus strengthen their resilience in the aftermath of abuse. This event is hosted by Kristen French Child Advocacy Centre Niagara.
Lifelong Learning Niagara Spring Lecture Series: Black Holes 10:00 am
Lifelong Learning Niagara Spring Lecture Series: Black Holes @ Armenian Community Centre
Apr 29 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Lifelong Learning Niagara is a third age learning organization providing learning programs and experiences for adults 50+ living in the Niagara region. Presenter: Dr. Michael Reid, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Toronto and Public Outreach Coordinator for the Dunlap Institute Black holes are among the most fascinating objects in the universe. They have mysterious powers: super-strong gravity, the ability to slow time itself, and maybe even the power to access other universes. Where do these curious objects come from? What would it be like to fall into one? Do they pose any threat to Earth? In this talk, Dr. Reid will explore these and many other intriguing aspects of black holes using pictures and analogies to make the science accessible to everyone. This event is hosted by Lifelong Learning Niagara.

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