6th Annual Carmel Fine Art and Music Festival
6th Annual Carmel Fine Art and Music Festival @ Firemen's Park
Sep 14 – Sep 16 all-day
Admission is free for seniors (60+) and kids under 12. Over 50 artists and 30 musicians will be featured throughout the weekend. This is THE place to spend the weekend enjoying an incredible array of talent in a variety of mediums of visual and musical arts from Niagara and all across Ontario. There is something for everyone. Everything is free after you pay the admission! The indoor/outdoor festival will house fine art, thought provoking, interactive and intriguing installations, one of a kind works, children’s art zone and interactive workshops. September 14: 6pm – 11pm September 15: 9am – 11pm September 16: 9am – 6pm Including the Friday Evening VIP Gala – 6pm to 7pm – $15 Meet and greet with artists and musicians Exclusive art purchasing opportunities Complimentary glass of wine and appetizers Exciting announcements Entertainment with local favourite Cory Cruise Opening Ceremonies Entertainment with Juno award winning Jazz vocalist Liberty Silver, Nezqwik and Flamenco guitarist John Taylor Over 40 indoor artists – Show and Sale Cash Bar This event is hosted by Niagara Arts Showcase.
The Grimsby House That Paint Built 7:00 pm
The Grimsby House That Paint Built @ St. Andrew's Parish Hall
Sep 19 @ 7:00 pm
Grimsby Historical Society Talk and Pie Social The Grimsby House That Paint Built Wayne Mullins – Grimsby Historical Archives 69 Main Street East in Grimsby is a house with a history. Commissioned by American owners, the house was built in a California design in the early 1920’s. In the 1930’s the second family to own the house, who were also American, became the owners of the Grimsby Brick and Tile Works. The house, designed by an eminent architect, appears to have other mysteries. Why was it built in Grimsby? Why the design? And what was the source of the American money? This event is hosted by the Grimsby Historical Society.