What's On in Stratford and Area Friday May 24, 2019 to Saturday May 25, 2019
2019 BOAR'S HEAD ENTERTAINMENT
Brad Canning -- With roots in country gospel, Brad plays genres such as blues, pop, rock, folk, etc. 

Cost: Free

When: Friday May. 24th, 2019
Time: 8:00 PM
Where: Boar's Head Pub, Stratford, 161 Ontario
Contact: 519-271-1400
www.queensinnstratford.ca
2019 BOAR'S HEAD ENTERTAINMENT
Unheard of -- Unheard Of is Dave Menard and Joel Morelli. Based out of KW, This acoustic duo plays oldies, classic rock, top 40, folk and everything in between.

Cost: Free

When: Saturday May. 25th, 2019
Time: 8:00 PM
Where: Boar's Head Pub, Stratford, 161 Ontario Street
Contact: 519-271-1400
www.queensinnstratford.ca
EIN DEUTSCHES REQUIEM WITH THE STRATFORD CONCERT CHOIR
Brahms Requiem. Tickets are available at Blowes Stationery, Fanfare Books, on-line or at the door. 

Cost: $25/A plus a handling fee + HST

When: Saturday May. 25th, 2019
Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Where: St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Stratford, 96 Huron Street
Contact: 519-393-6879
www.stratfordconcertchoir.com
GLEN DIAS & GAIL SELKIRK IN CONCERT
KEEP 'EM GUESSING with Glen Dias & Gail Selkirk In Concert Reserved seating is available with pre-show dinner reservations.  Call 519-273-3424 to book your table for the night!

Cost: $20/Per person

When: Saturday May. 25th, 2019
Time: 7:30 pm - Doors open, 8 pm - Concert
Where: Revival House, Stratford, 70 Brunswick Street
Contact: 519-273-3424
www.revival.house
OPEN HOUSE AT TORRIE S DESIGNS
Visit the studio to see the creation of unique glass products using flame working and glass fusing techniques.   
When: Saturday May. 25th, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Where: Torrie S Designs Fused Glass and Wire Work, Stratford, 240 Mornington Street
THAMES VALLEY TRAIL - RIVER VALLEY GOLF COURSE TO ST. MARYS HIKE
Distance:  10km.  Pace:  Medium to fast. Terrain:  Moderate to Challenging. Duration: 5 hours (1 hr. travel, including car shuffle, 3 hrs hike). Meet at 8:45AM behind Boston Pizza to carpool to starting point, departing at 9am sharp.  Return by 2pm (later if you opt to go for lunch). This section of the trail is rugged, with steep slopes and often stony ground.  Trail may be slippery when wet, numerous groundhog holes along edges of fields.  Heavy concentration of hardwood forest in parts. (Map 6 Thames Valley Trail guide). Please bring water, snack or lunch, insect repellent, sunscreen. Wear sturdy hiking shoes.  Dress appropriately for the weather. Long pants and long-sleeved shirts recommended to prevent tick access.  Optional lunch at O'Leary's Creamery pub, in St. Mary's. For further information or to join the hike, please contact Hike Leader: Tracy gonorth49@gmail.com

Cost: Free

When: Saturday May. 25th, 2019
Time: 8:45 AM – 2:00 PM
Where: Meet at Boston Pizza (rear parking lot), Stratford, 729 Erie Street
www.avontrail.ca
SUMMER EXHIBITION OPENING
Join us at Agora Gallery to celebrate our 5th Anniversary and the opening of the Summer Exhibition!  The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, sculpture, prints and photography by some of Stratford's finest artists, including: Marion Anderson, Susan Benson, Patsy Berton, Linda Brine, Tom Campbell, Allan Davey, Mary Anne Dente, Scott Fillier, Renata Fitzgerald, Luc Forsyth, Kathryn Friis, Jacob Grodzinski, Antony John, Paul Johnston, Gloria Kagawa, Chris Klein, Antonie Los, Tanya Lyons, Terry Manzo, John Pennoyer, Kathi Posliff, Stacey Stuart, Elizabeth Van Den Broeck, Lesley Walker-Fitzpatrick and more. Music by Eric Mahar.   The Summer Exhibition will run until September 29 and evolve throughout the summer: as pieces are sold, new artworks will be put on display, so visit often to see more work by your favourite Stratford artists.  Join us Sundays @ 11am to hear exhibiting artists talk about their work.  Summer Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 12noon to 8pm; Sunday 11am to 3pm (Closed Monday)  

Cost: Free

When: Friday May. 24th, 2019
Time: 7 pm - 9 pm
Where: Agora Gallery, Stratford, 17 Market Place
agoragallery.ca
OPEN KITCHEN | TRADE SECRETS | SOURDOUGH BREAD
  Do you have the need to knead? In this class the science of bread making is examined, including how to make a good sourdough starter and keep it alive. Learn techniques with instructor, Eli Silverthorne, that will enable the home baker to achieve a superb restaurant quality loaf each time. Perfect for the beginner to intermediate home baker. Recipes: Creating a starter (take home) Traditional Sourdough Walnut Currant Caraway Rye (deli bread) Normandy Apple Bread Roasted Garlic Levian For more information and to register, please go to: www.universe.com/sourdough_may19 View other dates:  Saturday, July 13 | 10 am – 1 pm   Safety regulations require students wear closed toe shoes when participating in any cooking class. This class has a maximum capacity of 16 students. Classes are for students 16 years and older. Participants will be provided with an apron and all necessary tools and equipment. Menus, recipes and instructors are subject to change as required. If you need to cancel a class, it is possible to get a refund (less the service fee) up to 7 days before the date of the event via your universe.com account. A credit note may be issued for cancellations received by email (admin@stratfordchef.com) a minimum of 48 hours before the event. Please note that there are no credit notes or refunds for missed classes or classes cancelled less than 48 hours before the event. * All Open Kitchen classes purchased online or by credit card are subject to a 5% service fee. Our ticketing service hosted by universe.com includes this fee in the total listed price.  

Cost: $65/Per person + a service fee

When: Saturday May. 25th, 2019
Time: 10 am - 1 pm
Where: Stratford Chefs School Kitchens, Stratford, 136 Ontario Street
Contact: 519-271-1414
https://stratfordchef.com/open-kitchen/
LIVE MUSIC AT SCRAN&DRAM SCOTTISH PUBLIC HOUSE
Weekly Saturday live music with local bands and musicians at Scran & Dram Scottish Public House. Gather yer friends for an evening of great music, food & drinks!
When: Saturday May. 25th, 2019
Time: 9:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Where: Scran & Dram Scottish Public House, New Hamburg, 338 Waterloo Street
Contact: 519-390-2767
http://www.scrananddram.ca/events--live-music.html
IN THE BIG LEAGUE EXHIBIT
This exhibit explores the 60-year history of the St. Marys Lincolns hockey team. Notable Lincolns alumni who played in the NHL are featured.  Please note that we are closed between 12 pm and 1 pm.

Cost: Admission by Donation

When: Open Mon. to Fri. from May. 21st – May. 31st, 2019
Time: 9 am - 4:30 pm
Where: St. Marys Museum, St. Marys, 177 Church Street South
Contact: 519-284-3556
www.stmarysmuseum.ca
STRATFORD BACON AND ALE TRAIL
Bacon and Ale - two of life's greatest creations!  You'll gain a whole new appreciation for your favourite obsessions.  This self-guided walking trail includes vouchers that you can use at 5 stops.  Each voucher will entitle you to a "tasting" of a unique bacon and ale inspired treat and the chance to speak to Stratford and area's culinary stars while visiting our unique restaurants and retail locations.  This trail is offered year round and is valid for one week (7 days) from the date of purchase.  Bacon and Ale Trail gift certificates are great for birthday and anniversary gifts, which can be redeemable at a later date.  Limited availability on Sundays and Mondays.  

Cost: $30/Per pass plus HST

When: Open Tue. to Sat. from Apr. 2nd – Dec. 22nd, 2019
Time: 10 am - 6 pm
Where: Pick up your vouchers at Stratford Tourism Alliance, Stratford, 47 Downie Street
Contact: 519-271-5140 or 1-800-561-7926
www.visitstratford.ca/bacontrail
AVON BOAT RENTALS
Paddleboat not for you, then how about a canoe?   Canoes have been on the river for over 135 years - why not see why with a quiet paddle down the Avon River?   More adventurous than a paddleboat or a canoe, why not then try one of our kayaks?  

Cost: $24/hr/Paddleboats, $25/hr/Canoes, $16/hr/Kayaks, $40/1.5 hours/Rowboats (Includes all equipment and taxes)

When: Open Daily from May. 18th – Sep. 15th, 2019
Time: 10 am - 5 pm
Where: Avon Boat Rentals, Stratford, 30 York Street
Contact: 519-271-7739
www.avonboatrentals.ca
SPRING EXHIBITIONS AT THE CLAY AND GLASS GALLERY
Join us at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery for our spring exhibitions:  "Evocative: The Art of Porcelain" Guest curated by Jonathan Smith, featuring the work of Harlan House, Diane Nasr O'Young and Kayo O'Young. An extension of the exhibition features the work of Magdolene Dykstra. "Earthborn 2019" The annual, juried exhibition of works from members of the Waterloo Potters Workshop. This year's juror is Bruce Cochrane. The Earthborn Reception and Awards Ceremony will begin at 1:30pm. Header Image: "LANDSCAPE PLATE" (Detail), 1979, Harlan House. Private Collection.

Cost: Free Admission

When: Open Saturdays from Apr. 13th – Jun. 22nd, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Where: Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo, 25 Caroline Street North
http://www.theclayandglass.ca/exhibitions
A JUBILEE OF SILVER EXHIBIT
All that glitters is not gold. This year at Castle Kilbride it is SILVER! Castle Kilbride museum is celebrating its silver anniversary.  This fun and whimsical exhibit that displays some traditional silver artifacts, but will also features items with a twist on the name silver. Curious? Come celebrate with us.

Cost: $7/A, $6/SR/ST, $5/CH, $20/Family (2 adult and 3 children)

When: Open Sun., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat. from May. 1st – Aug. 31st, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Where: Castle Kilbride, Baden, 60 Snyder's Road West
Contact: 519-634-8444
www.castle.kilbride.ca
MATERIAL SYNTAX: 3D PRINTED CLAY EXHIBITION
Exhibition coordinated by David Correa and Elly Cho Cutting edge 3D printing technology and ancient materials come together to create innovative architectural solutions. University of Waterloo graduate students from the School of Architecture were challenged to consider how clay, a material that has been used in building for thousands of years, can be used to make new and innovative building construction systems. This exhibition is in partnership with the School of Architecture, University of Waterloo.

Cost: Free Admission

When: Open Mon. to Fri. from May. 21st – Jun. 7th, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Where: Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo, 25 Caroline Street North
http://www.theclayandglass.ca/material-syntax-2019/
RAILWAY CENTURY EXHIBITION AT THE STRATFORD PERTH MUSEUM
This exhibit tells the story of Stratford as a railway hub, and highlights the prosperity that Perth County’s extensive railway links brought to farmers and businesses in the region. The Locomotive Repair Shop, operated by the Grand Trunk Railway and later the Canadian National Railway, was the driver of Stratford’s early economic development. Agriculture, dairy, furniture making, and knitting mills, now connected to the world by rail, were just a few of the industries that made Perth County one of Canada’s most prosperous counties. Daily hours extend May to September. Visit stratfordperthmuseum.ca for details.

Cost: $7/A, $6/SR/ST, $5/CH, $20/Family (Two adults and two children) + HST

When: Open Daily from Jan. 2nd, 2019 – Dec. 31st, 2020
Time: 10 am - 4 pm
Where: Stratford Perth Museum, Stratford, 4275 Line 34
Contact: 519-393-5311
www.stratfordperthmuseum.ca
BICYCLE RENTALS
Traverse the picturesque parklands of Stratford and take in the scenery at your own pace when you rent a bike.  Light lunches are available on the patio. Bicycle rentals include helmet and lock.  Great rates for 2 or more days, please enquire.

Cost: 1 hour/$16, Half Day/$25, $30/Full Day

When: Open Daily from May. 18th – Sep. 7th, 2019
Time: 10:30 am - 5 pm
Where: Avon Boat Rentals, Stratford, 30 York Street
Contact: 519-271-7739
www.avonboatrentals.ca
DUFFY DENT - A SOLDIER'S ART EXHIBIT - STRATFORD PERTH MUSEUM
Capt. John “Duffy” Dent served in the Perth Regiment during WWII. He was an accomplished artist who captured moments of military life, its conditions and situations, in his striking black and white drawings. Dent redesigned the Perth Regiment hat badge, was the editor-in-chief of “The Perthonian,” and an illustrator for the Royal Military College Journal. This exhibition displays samples of his work and personal memorabilia. Daily hours extend May to September. Visit stratfordperthmuseum.ca for details.

Cost: $7/A, $6/SR/ST, $5/CH (12 and under), $20/Family (Two adults and two children) + HST

When: Open Daily from Jan. 2nd, 2019 – Dec. 31st, 2020
Time: 10 am - 4 pm
Where: Stratford Perth Museum, Stratford, 4275 Line 34
Contact: 519-393-5311
www.stratfordperthmuseum.ca
VIGNETTES OF PERTH COUNTY AT THE STRATFORD PERTH MUSEUM
You Are Here: Vignettes of Perth County Exhibition This exhibit offers a glimpse into the history of Stratford and Perth County from settlement in the 1830s to today. Drawing on the museum’s collection of photographs, artifacts, and archival documents, the exhibit highlights the people, businesses, organizations, and events that make Perth County the vibrant destination that it is today. At You Are Here, experience a unique mix of poets and politicians, parades and plowing matches, settlement and sport history, and more that you can find here at the Museum and all across Perth County. Daily hours extend May to September. Visit stratfordperthmuseum.ca for details.

Cost: $7/A, $6/SR/ST, $5/CH, $20/Family (Two adults and two children) + HST

When: Open Daily from Jan. 2nd, 2019 – Dec. 31st, 2020
Time: 10 am - 4 pm
Where: Stratford Perth Museum, Stratford, 4275 Line 34
Contact: 519-393-5311
www.stratfordperthmuseum.ca
STRATFORD CHOCOLATE TRAIL
EXPLORING THE CHOCOLATE TRAIL BURNS CALORIES. GOOD THING. The Chocolate Trail is a self-guided tour that introduces you to our world-famous confectioners and bakers.  You’ll get to sample our decadent treats and meet the makers who craft these indulgences year round.   Purchase your Chocolate Trail Pass in person at the Stratford Tourism office, which includes vouchers that entitle you to choose six of the stops on a self-guided tour.  The Chocolate Trail is offered year-round and is valid for 1 week from date of purchase. You can also give a gift certificate that the recipient can redeem for a Stratford Chocolate Trail Pass — those can be purchased online or in person.  Limited availability on Sundays and Mondays.

Cost: $30/Per pass plus HST

When: Open Tue. to Sat. from Apr. 2nd – Dec. 22nd, 2019
Time: 10 am - 6 pm
Where: Pick up your vouchers at Stratford Tourism Alliance, Stratford, 47 Downie Street
Contact: 519-271-5140 or 1-800-561-7926
www.visitstratford.ca/chocolatetrail
MATERIAL SYNTAX: 3D PRINTED CLAY EXHIBITION
Exhibition coordinated by David Correa and Elly Cho Cutting edge 3D printing technology and ancient materials come together to create innovative architectural solutions. University of Waterloo graduate students from the School of Architecture were challenged to consider how clay, a material that has been used in building for thousands of years, can be used to make new and innovative building construction systems. This exhibition is in partnership with the School of Architecture, University of Waterloo.

Cost: Free Admission

When: Open Saturdays from May. 4th – Jun. 8th, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Where: Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo, 25 Caroline Street North
http://www.theclayandglass.ca/material-syntax-2019/
SPRING EXHIBITIONS AT THE CLAY AND GLASS GALLERY
Join us at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery for our spring exhibitions:  "Evocative: The Art of Porcelain" Guest curated by Jonathan Smith, featuring the work of Harlan House, Diane Nasr O'Young and Kayo O'Young. An extension of the exhibition features the work of Magdolene Dykstra. "Earthborn 2019" The annual, juried exhibition of works from members of the Waterloo Potters Workshop. This year's juror is Bruce Cochrane. The Earthborn Reception and Awards Ceremony will begin at 1:30pm. Header Image: "LANDSCAPE PLATE" (Detail), 1979, Harlan House. Private Collection.

Cost: Free Admission

When: Open Mon. to Fri. from May. 21st – Jun. 21st, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Where: Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo, 25 Caroline Street North
http://www.theclayandglass.ca/exhibitions
JUSTIN BIEBER EXHIBIT 2.0 AT THE STRATFORD PERTH MUSEUM
Steps to Stardom 2.0 is the 2019 relaunch of the story of Justin Bieber’s meteoric rise from busking on the steps of the Avon Theatre to becoming one of the most popular pop stars in the world. Dozens of new items have been added to the exhibit, with the assistance of Justin and his family. The exhibit has been extended until November 2019 (daily hours extend May until September). Visit stratfordperthmuseum.ca for details. The exhibit, created by the Museum in conjunction with Justin and his family, was given access to hundreds of items – awards, clothing, pictures, credentials, personal letters and even running shoes and we are now in the process of choosing the items for exhibit. In addition, a number of things have come forward from Stratford residents that have also been offered to the Museum — team pictures, hockey jackets, drum sets that were used by Justin long before he was an international pop star. The exhibit tells the story of the Stratford native’s career from those early years – busking in Stratford and performing in local talent shows – to the largest venues and stages in the world. Photo credit:  Stratford Perth Archives, The Beacon Herald collection.  July 2002.

Cost: $7/A, $6/SR/ST, $5/CH 12 and under, $20/Family (two adults and two children) + HST

When: Open Daily from Jan. 2nd – Nov. 30th, 2019
Time: 10 am - 4 pm
Where: Stratford Perth Museum, Stratford, 4275 Line 34
Contact: 519-393-5311
www.stratfordperthmuseum.ca
JULIET III CRUISE BOAT TOURS
The Tour Boat, running every half hour, is a great way to spend the afternoon on the River.  There have been a few tour boats over the years spanning from the mid 1800's up to today. Officially their has been the Juliet I, II, and now III, but predating this there has also been a Juliet tour Boat back in the mid 1800's as pictured below. Countless tours have taken place over the years and proudly for more than 50 years the Herr family has carried on this tradition. Come enjoy a relaxing ride down the river and discover why this has been a tradition for many year and many more to come.

Cost: $8.50/A, $7.50/SR, $3.50/CH (12 and under), $5.50/Youth (13-18 years)

When: Open Daily from May. 18th – Sep. 7th, 2019
Time: 10:30 am - 5 pm
Where: Avon Boat Rentals, Stratford, 30 York Street
Contact: 519-271-7739
www.avonboatrentals.ca
RETROSPECTIVE OF THE PERTH REGIMENT - STRATFORD PERTH MUSEUM
Perth Up! A Retrospective of Duty and Valour Exhibition traces the history of the Perth Regiment from its inception in 1866 to present day. The theme of duty, sacrifice, valour, brotherhood, and remembrance are used to highlight the development of the Regiment from its earliest days as a volunteer militia company fighting in the Fenian Raids, through to its role in the liberation of the Netherlands at the end of World War II. This exhibit showcases objects, letters, photos, and personal stories from throughout the regiment's history. Why "Perth UP"? The Maple Leaf "UP" was an ubiquitous marker during the Second World War pointing the way to Canadian front lines. "61" represented the Perth Regiment. Daily hours extend May to September. Visit stratfordperthmuseum.ca for details.

Cost: $7/A, $6/SR/ST, $5/CH (12 and under), $20/Families (Two adults and two children) + HST

When: Open Daily from Jan. 2nd, 2019 – Dec. 31st, 2020
Time: 10 am - 4 pm
Where: Stratford Perth Museum, Stratford, 4275 Line 34
Contact: 519-393-5311
www.stratfordperthmuseum.ca
SPRING FORAGING WITH PUCK'S PLENTY
By now the Wild Asparagus has gone to flower but Nature has provided us with a backup. The young Milkweed Shoots are absolutely delicious sauteed or steamed. Eaten raw they are quite bitter however covering them in cold water and then bring to a boil eliminates the bitterness and you are set to go. Like many wild edible plants we caution against over harvesting. In the case of Milkweed it is because of their importance in attracting butterflies especially the Monarch. Beautiful trails await us only fifteen minutes from Stratford where we will also harvest cattail hearts, wild leek bulbs, Platterful and Dryad Saddle mushrooms and more.

Cost: $35/Per person

When: Saturday May. 25th, 2019
Time: 10 am - 1 pm
Where: 96 Birmingham Street, Stratford
Contact: 519-271-3726
http://www.pucksplenty.com
STRATFORD ART IN THE PARK
The Stratford Art in the Park Association celebrated its 50th season in May 2018. This group presents an outdoor juried fine art /craft show and sale along the banks of the Avon River between the Festival Theatre and Tom Patterson Theatre.   Meet the artists in this idyllic setting along the tree lined riverside every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday (weather permitting /10 am to 5 pm) throughout the Summer and into the Fall. Free Parking, Free Admittance & Handicap Accessible

Cost: Free

When: Open Sun., Wed., Sat. from May. 18th – Sep. 29th, 2019
Time: 10 am - 5 pm (Weather permitting)
Where: Lakeside Drive Park between the Tom Patterson and the Stratford Festival Theatres, Stratford
http://artintheparkstratford.ca
STRATFORD FARMERS MARKET
Farm fresh veggies, cheese, meats, baking, flowers, crafts, handmade gifts and more.  Our year round indoor Market expands outdoors from May through to October.

Cost: Free

When: Open Saturdays from Jan. 5th – Dec. 28th, 2019
Time: 7 am - 12 pm
Where: Agriplex Building at the Rotary Complex, Stratford, 353 McCarthy Road
Contact: 519-271-5130
www.stratfordfairgrounds.com
SUMMER EXHIBITION AT AGORA GALLERY
Agora Gallery's popular Summer Exhibition includes paintings, drawings, sculpture, prints and photography by some of Stratford's finest artists, including: Marion Anderson, Susan Benson, Patsy Berton, Linda Brine, Tom Campbell, Allan Davey, Mary Anne Dente, Scott Fillier, Renata Fitzgerald, Luc Forsyth, Kathryn Friis, Jacob Grodzinski, Antony John, Paul Johnston, Gloria Kagawa, Chris Klein, Antonie Los, Tanya Lyons, Terry Manzo, John Pennoyer, Kathi Posliff, Stacey Stuart, Elizabeth Van Den Broeck, Lesley Walker-Fitzpatrick and more. The exhibition will evolve throughout the summer: as pieces are sold, new artworks will be put on display, so visit often to see more work by your favourite Stratford artists.  Join us Sundays @ 11am to hear exhibiting artists talk about their work.  

Cost: Free

When: Open Tue. to Sat. from May. 25th – Sep. 28th, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Where: Agora Gallery, Stratford, 17 Market Place
Contact: 519-508-8700
agoragallery.ca
STRATFORD FESTIVAL EXHIBIT AT THE STRATFORD PERTH MUSEUM
A new permanent exhibition that celebrates the early days of the Stratford Festival: Such Stuff As Dreams. The exhibition tells the theatre’s story – from the dream of Tom Patterson, through its humble beginnings in a tent but buoyed by the likes of Alec Guinness and Tyrone Guthrie, to its current position as one of the premier repertory theatres in the world. Exhibit hours extend May through September. Visit stratfordperthmuseum.ca for details.

Cost: $7/A, $6/SR/ST, $5/CH 12 and under, $20/Family (two adults and two children) + HST

When: Open Daily from Jan. 2nd, 2019 – Dec. 31st, 2020
Time: 10 am - 4 pm
Where: Stratford Perth Museum, Stratford, 4275 Line 34
Contact: 519-393-5311
www.stratfordperthmuseum.ca
A MEMORY OF WAR EXHIBIT
Learn how the First World War was remembered in communities across Perth County during the 1920s and 1930s. Please note we are closed between 12 pm and 1 pm.

Cost: Admission by Donation

When: Open Mon. to Fri. from May. 21st – May. 31st, 2019
Time: 9 am - 4:30 pm
Where: St. Marys Museum, St. Marys, 177 Church Street South
www.stmarysmuseum.ca
QUILT EXHIBITS: 'LITTLE BY LITTLE' AND 'QUILTY PLEASURES'
Two quilt exhibits: Little by Little - Miniature quilts by Quilt Artist Henny Bremer - unique adventures in colour & design. Quilty Pleasures - Be charmed by the diverse talents in quilting by the Shakespeare Quilt Club. These events are part of the Quilt & Fibre Art Festival Waterloo Region and Beyond. 

Cost: Free

When: Open Mon. to Sat. from May. 21st – Jun. 15th, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Where: The Quilt Place, Shakepeare, 3991 Perth Rd 107
Contact: 519-625-8435
www.thequiltplace.ca
DISTILLERY TOUR & TASTING
Visit Junction 56 Distillery and get taken through the production process from grain to glass. Finish the tour with a full guided sampling of our ever-evolving selection of spirits.  

Cost: $15/Per person

When: Open Saturdays from Feb. 23rd – Dec. 28th, 2019
Time: 11 am - 12:30 pm
Where: Junction 56 Distillery, Stratford, 45 Cambria Street
Contact: 519-305-5535
www.junction56.ca
MATERIAL SYNTAX: 3D PRINTED CLAY EXHIBITION
Exhibition coordinated by David Correa and Elly Cho Cutting edge 3D printing technology and ancient materials come together to create innovative architectural solutions. University of Waterloo graduate students from the School of Architecture were challenged to consider how clay, a material that has been used in building for thousands of years, can be used to make new and innovative building construction systems. This exhibition is in partnership with the School of Architecture, University of Waterloo.

Cost: Free Admission

When: Open Mon. to Fri. from May. 21st – Jun. 21st, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Where: Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo, 25 Caroline Street North
http://www.theclayandglass.ca/material-syntax-2019/