Culture, Arts & Entertainment
Join us for Chess in the Library! Enjoy a chess game with your friends or challenge new opponents. Chess players of all levels are welcome. For children 5 and up. Drop in, no registration required.
Sat Feb 13
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Sat Mar 05
Sat Mar 12
When asked to compose a "super-natural" opera, Verdi was inspired by the witches and ghosts of ancient Scotland. Opera expert Iain Scott discusses Macbeth, perhaps Shakespeare's shortest and most compact play, ideal for one o...
Please join us for the free film screening of Invisible City, by Hubert Davis. (75 min, 2009.) A moving story of two boys from Regent Park crossing into adulthood ? their mothers and mentors rooting for them to succeed; their...
Presented by AJC Association for Japanese Culture, this hands-on workshop provides participants with an opportunity to write Japanese characters on Japanese paper with SUMI ink, as well as a chance to try out the kimono, a Ja...
Roger Gibbs sings, strums, drums, dances and narrates an interactive jam session of traditional songs, retro and contemporary calypso for all ages. He shares music and stories about Calypso and how it touched the corners of t...
Visit some of Europe's great art works in the company of an art critic with irresistible panache. Julian Porter, author of "149 paintings you really need to see in Europe" will guide you through what you should see so you ca...
Celebrate Shakespeare's comic genius with Verdi's masterpiece Falstaff, the crowning glory of his magnificent career. The portly knight unleashes comic chaos and misadventures when he plots to court two different married wome...