Currently the top contact lens research centre in the world is continuing to accomplish great things through research done right here at UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO. The studies are non-invasive and all of our participants are compensated at $20/hr for their time and often get free contact lenses or glasses. Right they are recruiting 7-11 year olds to participate in a 3yr study cclr.uwaterloo.ca
TEL: 519 888 4567
No experience required and we have a modest membership fee ($20 per year). We provide a unique musical education program that not only teaches kids to play music or perform colour guard, we instruct them how to march, perform and basically just have fun! Check us out on our website: www.scouthouseband.com/cadets
(various dates and times)
The purpose of the session is help families understand and respond to their baby’s sleep patterns and language, which will in turn strengthen family relationships and contribute to achieving optimal child health.
The 1.5 hour session will be offered weekly starting January 2016 at all three Ontario Early Years Main sites with a mix of daytime, evening and weekend timings
Parents/caregivers can register online at http://www.earlyyearsinfo.ca/sleep-and-your-new-baby-registration.html The session will be most beneficial if parents/caregivers brings their baby with them and we encourage bringing a support person to assist with this http://www.earlyyearsinfo.ca/sleep-and-your-new-baby-regist…
The museum’s main atrium, mining tunnel, Great Lakes fountain and stunning mineral exhibits open evenings Monday to Friday and weekends from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Plus info about the Scavenger Hunt can be found at https://uwaterloo.ca/…/earth-sciences-museum-scavenger-hunts
Creekside Kids is excited to invite families to the City Park Indoor Playground at Creekside Church. You do not need to be a Creekside attender to enjoy the use of this playground. Admission is free https://creeksidechurch.ca/playground/
Kitchener-Waterloo residents of all ages are invited to join car enthusiasts as they showcase their special edition and classic cars every Monday from June 6th to September 19th. Show & Shine Classic Car Mondays will run from 6 pm until dusk in the PartSource parking lot at The Shops at Highland and Westmount (weather permitting). Admission is free and there are there great prizes to be won. Public transit and parking is available. https://www.facebook.com/ClassicCarMondays/
With Erick Traplin September 13th and 27th http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/en/events/Kids_Hop.asp
FREE! Ages 2-5 + caregiver http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/…/Kids_Art_free_art_program.a…
Admission is by donation. http://www.wilmot.ca/en/living-here/Events-and-Exhibits.aspx
The movies are all rated parental guidance (PG) or general admission (G). Specific movies for each Friday are listed in the Events Calendar on the GRCA website at www.grandriver.ca/events.
Family Favourites $2.99 Films @ Cineplex
September 2016 Event Blast
Paw Patrol @ Bingemans Funworx
ITS PATROL TIME AGAIN! Come to FunworX and meet Marshall, Chase, and Skye! Event times are 11:00am and 1:00pm. Included with admission is a loot bag, photo ops, patrol themed activates and free admission to FunworX play. Cost is $20 https://www.bingemans.com/secure/dispatch.php?action=show_third_party_purch_select&event_id=4397
musical diaspora through three areas of music. Along with traditonal foods, cultural fashions
and dance, there’s an actvity-packed children’s village which includes a limbo contest and the
festive and colourful Carnival Parade that starts at 3pm on September 4 http://linkpicnicfestival.com/
One of the most popular Japanese foods found in North America is sushi! Instead of going out to a restaurant, why not try your hand at making your own sushi? For fresh, homemade sushi, let our professional chefs show you how to 'roll' in style! * Most classes are $47 unless otherwise noted in class details. Register at http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/en/events/Cooking_classes.asp
Kids In Kilts @ McDougall Cottage Cambridge
One special day each month, we invite children, ages 3 and up, to create a fun seasonal or Scottish inspired craft. This month crafty kids will be creating Salt Dough Leaf Ornaments that they can use to decorate their own cottages. $3 per child, accompanying adults are free. Drop in 1-4pm http://mcdougallcottage.com/upcoming-events/event-details/?id=758&type=0&calendar=2
Saturday, September 10, 2016 | 10am – 2pm
Mennonite Food @ Joseph Schnider Haus
A weekend devoted to cooking traditional (and frugal) Pennsylvania-German Mennonite dishes. Regular admission applies http://josephschneiderhaus.com/upcoming-events/event-details/?id=698&type=0&calendar=3
Join us September 10th and 11th to meet 4 of your favorite Princess at a special PRINCESS PARTY! Princesses will be visiting the farm from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm on the 10th and 11th of September.
The Farm and Bakery will be open from 10 am until 5 pm. No additional charge for this awesome party, just regular Farm admission! Tickets can be bought on-line or on-farm. Admission info https://www.facebook.com/events/1558626651113128/
Sunday Sept 11th with registration from 9-10am and the walk beginning at 10am.
It is a 2.5 km and 5km walk beginning and ending at the Victoria Park Clock tower. There are refreshments for participants, kid activities and prizes for top fundraisers. Individuals interested in fundraising should register ahead at http://www.ovariancanada.org/walk-of-hope
$10 online tickets, $12 door
Get stoked! It’s time for the most adorable surf event of the year. Surf Dogs – Sunday September 11, 2016! The most fearless dogs will jump on their boards (or just splash in water) and “hang 20” in the wave pool. This event must be seen to be believed! Bring the whole family for a rad time, goodies and fun! Have a small pooch? Have them catch a wave during the, exclusive small dog only pool time!
Entertainment runs all afternoon and will feature the Rubber Chicken Company, Found Band, Catch a Laugh Performance with Eric Dettweiler and Hilltop's Got Talent - our very own talent show.
Nimblebus runs from 1- 3 pm
Pony rides run from 1:30-3:30 pm
BBQ runs until 3 pm or while supplies last http://faithchurch.ca/events/?id=203083-42624
This is a free event for all children 4 years and older. All you will need to bring is a helmet, skates, protective gloves or winter gloves(these are ok too). We will have ringette sticks on hand to borrow for the event. Snacks will be provided to children after the event.
We will have ice helpers on hand yo assist new skaters, as well as kitchener ringette members available to answer any questions you may have about ringette or our play for free promotion.
35 Sportsworld Crossing Rd, Kitchener
Time: 3:15pm to 4:15 pm
If you have any questions about this event, please contact our events coordinator, Connie McFatridge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bring your enthusiasm and fun and learn about the fastest game on ice! http://www.cometryringette.ca/event/come-try-ringette-kitchener-ringette-association/
Sunday, September 11, 2016 | 1 – 3pm
Wellesley Fall Fair http://www.wellesleynehfallfair.ca/fair-schedule/
Indian food can be spicy, sweet, sour, buttery and salty - but most of all it can be addictive! For authentic Indian recipes and hands-on teaching from a professional chef, look no further. Our Indian Cuisine class will show you just how easy it can be to make classic Indian dishes to wow your family and dinner guests alike. * Most classes are $47 unless otherwise noted in class details. Register at http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/en/events/Cooking_classes.asp
Saturday, September 17, 2016 | 10am – 3pm
Saturday, September 17, 2016 | 10am – 6pm and September 18 10am-5pm
Tuesday, September 20, 2016 | 8:30am – 5pm
Stratford Fall Fair http://stratfordagriculturalsociety.com/fall-fair
One of the most popular international cuisines, Thai dishes are created using many different elements in a harmonious way to create a full dish. Although it sounds complex, the ingredients are simple and healthy! Come in and learn about all of the different components of Thai cuisine, and leave with recipes for some of your favorite meals from Thailand. * Most classes are $47 unless otherwise noted in class details. Register at http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/en/events/Cooking_classes.asp
9 am: Fall Soups and Stews -Autumn leaves are swirling down; the air is starting to feel crisp and frosty! Warm up to a bowl of homemade soup or stew using one of the fabulous recipes you'll learn in this cooking demonstration.
10 am: Sheridan Nurseries Learning Session on prepping and planting bulbs in the fall time! Please join us for this fun, free session.
11 am: Local Wine and Cheese - We continue our celebration of autumn harvest with a wine and cheese pairing class featuring Kitchener Market vendors Pillitteri Estates Winery. The cheese used in this class is from Mickey McGuire's Cheese and River's Edge Goat Dairy. ChefD of At Home with ChefD on Rogers TV will be the hosting chef for this event. If you want to learn more about classic wine and cheese pairings this is the class for you!
Crafts for kids hosted by Artshine
Face painting by Bree Creative
Saturday, September 24th from 10am-4pm!
First ball drops at 10am in Extend-A-Family Waterloo Region’s parking lot. With multiple playing surfaces located at 91 Moore Ave., Kitchener, check out the action and see multiple games in progress.The day will also include children’s activities, games, skills competitions, music. Register as an individual (placed on a team by EAFWR) or request to play on a specific team (input the team name when prompted). Cost per player is $15 Registration info at http://www.eafwr.on.ca/events/community-ball-hockey-tournament
arrive after 11am- spend $30 and get $5 off your purchase
$2 cash admission (or non expired canned good)
400 East Ave. (Kitchener Aud~~~ Kiwanis Arena)
DEBIT and CASH available for check out
(0.50 cent charge for debit)
All items are sold AS IS and all sales are Final - No Exchanges, Refunds or Returns. Please look over your items before purchasing. If you come across an item that is not sellable, please bring it to one of the check out tables. https://www.facebook.com/events/202057630175650/
An urban exploration walk during autumn that explores the historic Schneider’s Creek lead by James Anthony Usas. Call 519-742-7752 for map and directions. Note this event is not for the faint of heart. Rubber boots/hip waders required. Bring cameras and dress for the weather. Suitable for 16 years of age of older. $10 plus HST. Call 519-742-7752 to register. http://josephschneiderhaus.com/upcoming-events/event-details/?id=570&type=0&calendar=3
The First Peoples Festival @ Waterloo Region Museum (DOON)9:30am-2:30pm
Celebration of First Nations, Métis and Inuit cultures, history and realities for school children in grades 6 to 12. This 3 day festival will include opening ceremonies by Elders in the community, presentations of dance, music, traditional crafts and knowledge. Special school rates apply for booked school groups, regular admission for the general public. Admission: $10 Adults, $8 Seniors/Students, $5 Children, Children four and under free, Families $25, all admissions plus HST. http://www.waterlooregionmuseum.com/upcoming-events/event-details/?id=7&type=0&calendar=1