Tuesday, October 28, 2014

What's Next For The Marvel Movies


More Marvel Movies

As you know from the post on about Marvel's Guardians Of The Galaxy the Marvel movies are amazing! Today big news came from Marvel! I was watching the #MarvelEvent hashtag and they released their movie titles and film release dates for the next five years!

If you missed the big announcement, here's the lowdown

This morning, during a special event at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige revealed the films that will make up Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, featuring a mix of fan-favorite characters and several heroes who will be making their big-screen debuts.
The next two films to be released by Marvel are AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON on May 1, 2015, and ANT-MAN on July 17, 2015. Marvel revealed the dates and titles of nine additional films through 2019, including upcoming Captain America, Thor, Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy installments, along with films featuring Black Panther – who, Feige announced, will be played by Chadwick Boseman – Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, and the Inhumans.
The announced films are as follows:
· 7/17/15 – ANT-MAN
· 11/4/16 – DOCTOR STRANGE
· 5/5/17 – GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2 (previously dated 7/28/17)
· 7/28/17 – THOR: RAGNAROK
· 11/3/17 – BLACK PANTHER
· 11/2/18 – INHUMANS
Ten films have already been released in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, beginning with 2008’s IRON MAN. All 10 films opened at #1 domestically and have collectively grossed over $7.1 billion globally.
Two of these films, MARVEL’S THE AVENGERS and IRON MAN 3, set records as the #1 and #2 domestic openings of all time with $207.4 million and $174.1 million respectively. MARVEL’S THE AVENGERS went on to become the third biggest film of all time worldwide, while Marvel’s IRON MAN 3 ranks as the sixth biggest film ever. They are the two highest grossing Super Hero films of all time.
Earlier this year, Marvel’s CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER, which broke the April opening domestic record with $95 million, earned $714 million worldwide and is the #5 film of 2014. Most recently, Marvel’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY crossed $757 million globally after opening with a domestic August record of $94.3 million and setting an October debut record in China, where it has now grossed nearly $90 million. It’s the #1 film of the year domestically and the #3 film worldwide.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Masters Of Illusion At Centre In The Square - Enter To Win

We'll start with the Disclaimer - Yes we did receive a complimentary tickets, but this just means we're able to offer you a chance attend too! Enter the contest at the end of this post!

A Family Friendly Magic Performance

Saturday November 8, 2014 will be a magical day in Kitchener-Waterloo. That will be the day when the magicians head to Centre In The Square to perform Masters Of Illusion

According to the event description, at this family friendly magic show "You’ll see grand illusions, levitating women, appearances and vanishes, escapes, comedy magic, sleight of hand and beautiful dancers…everything you could possibly imagine and performances that you never dreamed possible – all rolled up into a live show!"

Tickets for Masters Of Illlusion are currently on sale, but we have a trick up our sleeves that may just get you tickets to this magical event!

Enter To Win

Make sure to enter our contest for a chance to win a pair of passes to Masters Of Illusion! The contest listed below (might take a minute to load the rafflecopter contest form) is for tickets only. You must provide your  own transportation. The draw will take place on Halloween so it just might be a TREAT for you and a guest to go see some magic TRICKS! One of the bonus point questions is why do you love magic?

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Saturday, October 25, 2014

Movember Kids KW At The Kitchener Market 2014

Movember Kids KW At The Kitchener Market 2014

Stuff to do with your kids in Kitchener Waterlooo and the Kitchener Farmers Market present ‪#‎Movember‬ Kids KW. A ***FREE*** Family Event from 10am-Noon In The Upper Marketplace Kitchen!
Confirmed for the event so far
*Kids In The Kitchen Marketplace Craft sponsored by OK EGGS
*Moustache Facepainting by Bre Creative
*Moustache Cookie Baking & Decorating by Little Magic Parties
*Activity Sheet Table by Sportco Source for Sports
*Apperance by TEX from Kitchener Rangers Major Junior A Hockey Club

More Movember KW Movember Canada themed fun to be listed soon!


Keep Up With The Fun

Be sure to keep up with the fun by joining our Stuff To Do FACEBOOK PAGE and then RSVP to on our EVENT PAGE so you'll be the first to know about updates and other fun Movember posts!

Need Another Way To Support Movember?

Unable to attend the event but still want to show your support for Movember? We have an answer for that too! Just head to http://mosista.co/LisaMcDonald to see what a $1 (or more) donation will get you!  Already a Movember MoBro or MoSista? Then link your Movember team to  BLOGGERS OF MOVEMBER NETWORK. Not part of a team? Well then join our team http://moteam.co/bloggers-of-movember   which will automatically join you to the network! That way we can all connect online with our Mogress!

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Ladies Leave Your Man At Home And Head For The National Women's Show #NWSToronto - Enter To WIN

We'll start with the Disclaimer - Yes we did receive a complimentary passes to this year's event, but this just means we're able to offer you a chance at a ADMISSION TOO! Enter the contest at the end of this post!

Destiny's Child Had It Right

"Ladies Leave Your Man At Home" This famous line from Jumpin' Jumpin' might date back to 1999 but it still is one of the best songs to rally the gal pals for the Ultimate Girls Day Out!

Now you might not be hitting the clubs anymore, so we suggest heading to the National Women's Show with your group of friends! We have been hooked ever since the first time we attended the event in 2007. We had a blast and we ended up on stage with Diane chopping off my hair!

Don't worry that wasn't the end result. Once the stylists were done was thrilled with my new "DO"

Last year involved us winning Summer Fresh Dips and Sauces. You just never know what will happen!

Because we are pretty much up for anything fun, it's an event we always look forward to. Perhaps that is why we have been chosen to be an OFFICIAL NATIONAL WOMEN'S SHOW BLOGGER!

Want to know more about what you can see and do at the event? Then keep reading!

What Will Happen At The National Women's Show 2014

This year's National Women's Show in Toronto will take place November 7-9 2014 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. There will be lots of great speakers, demonstrations, tons of exhibitors and a few celebrity appearances! Take a look at some previous events in the video below


Below we have a contest for KW residents, but if you don't win or you live outside Kitchener Waterloo we have a COUPON CODE FOR THE NATIONAL WOMEN'S SHOW in Toronto! Tickets are regular price are $15, but  if you visit the ticket page and  pick the second option (Corporate Codes) enter the code 2girls you're tickets will be $12 each (that's a savings of $3 per ticket!)

Enter To Win

Make sure to enter our contest for a pair of passes to The National Women's Show 2014 In Toronto! The contest listed below (might take a minute to load the rafflecopter contest form) is for those in the Kitchener Waterloo area only! The draw will take place on Halloween so it just might be a TREAT for you and a guest! One of the bonus point questions is What song makes you think of a Girls Day Out?
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Monday, October 13, 2014

RecycleDrive Program Enters It's Fourth Year

As many of you know I am a CAA Ambassador and I am thrilled to tell you about the RecycleDrive Campaign! Read more below about what you can do to help the environment, help our community
and possibly grab some FREE lawn bags!

RecycleDrive CAASCO


RecycleDrive Program Enters It's Fourth Year

CAA South Central Ontario and Ontario Tire Stewardship have partnered up to once again bring the RecycleDrive program to Ontario communities. It is a fantastic campaign that helps you recycle more than just tires! This program allows you recycle accepted items for FREE and gives you a chance to help beautify you community!

What Will The RecycleDrive Program Accept?

  1. Tires (without rims)
  2. Motor Oil
  3. Oil Filters
  4. Batteries
and when we say batteries we mean ALL KINDS OF BATTERIES!
  • Household Batteries
  • Automobile Batteries
  • Marine Batteries
Chances are you have at least one of these items kicking around your house, garage and/or shed.

What Does The RecycleDrive Program Do For My Community?

Not only are you diverting these environmentally harmful products from landfills, the RecycleDrive program includes a Community Campaign! As listed on the campaign website

The AARS location that collects the most tires will designate a local school to receive $20,000 worth of greenery and products made from recycled tires to beautify the community school building, grounds or play space of their choice

Always looking to make our planet better for the next generation is so important. Listen to this great song by artist Jack Johnson about THE 3 Rs

I am sure that will inspire you to do what you can, but to give you an extra incentive, we wanted to let you know that the first 50 people who visit a participating AARS location with their recyclables will receive a FREE pack of yard waste bags!

When and Where Do I Drop Off My Items For The RecycleDrive Program?

Beginning Tuesday October 14th and running until October 30, 2014 is the time period for the RecycleDrive program. Locally in the Kitchener Waterloo area the AARS location for the items to be dropped off at is

Precision Kaster Auto
466 Phillip St.
Waterloo, ON N2L 5J2

If you are outside of the area you can view other participating Ontario locations here

Keep in mind that the first 50 people who visit a participating AARS location with their recyclables will receive a FREE pack of yard waste bags, so you'll want to be quick to get in on the freebie!

What Else Can I Do To Help?

Remember that the community that collects the most tires will receive the beautification prize so be sure to SHARE this post! Use the hashtag #RecycleDrive and tweet to @CAASCO and RethinkTires to let them know you have participated!

*NOTE  According to CAA, Canada has one of the highest ratios of car ownership in the world. It is close to one vehicle for every two people. That is why the CAA Autogreen program was created. It helps everyone make simple eco-driving choices! Since CAA Autogreen begain the RecycleDrive program, it has collected 472 automotive and marine batteries, over 7,000 tires, 3,400 pounds of household batteries, and almost 8,000 litres of oil!

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Fall Fun With Drayton Entertainment

Find What's On This Fall

If you follow our @Those2Girls twitter feed you know we tweet about Drayton a lot! We really enjoy the enthusiastic performances! It is amazing how many wonderful performances we have hers in the Kitchener Waterloo Ontario area.  Recently we had the opportunity to attend the Broadway Heroes performance and Footloose The Musical

Broadway Heroes

Broadway Heroes stars David Rogers. He has been the lead in several theatrical performances including Phantom of the Opera, Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat and recently played the role of Jean Valjean at the Drayton production of Les Misérables this past summer.

These memorable performances and tributes to other Broadway Heroes are brought together in the production that includes many amazing extras! By request I was able to get video of this memorable moment with the violinist!

Be sure to check out Broadway Heroes until October 18th at the Dunfield Theatre in Cambridge.


Footloose The Musical has all the 80s you can handle! Memories of those toe-tapping song that become dance party athems! While it Footloose had a lot to do with dancing, the focus on this performance is the storyline of Ren's struggle to find his place in a town struck by tragedy.

This show is so popular it will be extending the performance run at St. Jacob's Country Playhouse until November 9th. Many of the shows are sold out so we suggest you grab your tickets right away!

Coming Soon

Next up for Drayton Entertainment is The Little Mermaid and Snow White. You can read descriptions of these upcoming shows in this month's Stuff To Do Blast. Just scroll down to Upcoming Events section of the post!

Have you been to a production that you have just loved? Let us know! Leave a comment and tell us what you enjoyed most about it!

What We Are Thankful For - #ThankFALL

Disclosure: I am part of the Target #ThankFALL influencer program run by The Influential Network. I am compensated for this post but opinions are always my own!

Our #ThankFALL and #TrickorTweet Experience

If you have been watching our @Those2Girls Twitter Feed you know that we've had a very busy fall! We took it up a notch last week!  It began when we attended the Target Canada #TrickorTweet event at the Toronto Stockyards location. We were able to reconnect with many of what we call our "401 friends" otherwise knows as wonderful people we have met through our online networks! While we were there we were able to do a bit of Fall Fashion shopping for an event we were looking forward to attending.

Here is a look at our finds!

Diane got a necklace, dress and patent leather heels!

Angel got some great Mossimo jeans

and I got a maroon dress with a black Mossimo sweater.

Because let's face it, fall means SWEATER WEATHER

Then we headed over the the Halloween section of the store and spied some spooky decor

and loved meeting Target's mascot Bullseye!

After that we headed to Dundas Square and to enjoy the sunny autumn day!

What Happend Next

Later that week we were in attendance at the K-W Oktoberfest Rogers Women of the Year ceremony to support our friend Michele McBride Roach on her Professional Women nomination and of course we had to wear our new outfits from Target!

Guess what?

She won!

We were thrilled to be in attendance for her win!

Whether it's our 401 friends or local pals we are very thankful for all the wonderful experiences we have with them!

We would love to hear what you are thankful for! Leave a comment below about your blessings! Need a some inspiration? Follow the #ThankFALL hashtag and don't forget to participate in the @shesconnected twitter party happening Thursday October 214, 2014

Monday, October 6, 2014

Thanksgiving, Oktoberfest, Halloween Events and Other October 2014 Activities In Kitchener Waterloo

With all the Thanksgiving, Oktoberfest and Halloween Stuff To Do this list is a long one!  To start the list is the events Ongoing In October followed by the Calendar Blast (which will become longer as the month goes on!)

 FYI the PanAm Games Torch will be coming through Kitchener! Apply to be a Torchbearer (13 and up) http://www.toronto2015.org/torch-relay/torchbearers

For those with older (and brave) kids, Bingemans Screampark is open for various dates throughtout the month http://www.bingemans.com/screampark/home.php

Kitchener Rangers 2014 has started!

Ongoing In October

Have you picked your pumpkin yet? We have a whole post dedicated to Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes In The Kitchener Waterloo Area

Bring your little ones to the Kitchener Market every Tuesday from 11a.m.-noon for a fabulous, fun-filled morning! Be prepared for a high-energy, hopping good time at these FREE weekly children's events as our performers entertain your tots!
  • October 7: Crafts
  • October 14: Erick Traplin
  • October 21: Crafts
  • October 28: Erick Traplin (see more info under further down on this post listed by date)

Art Innovators will be hosting Squiggles to Grins at the Kitchener Market – a program for children and their parents. Participate in a fun, unique, hands-on creative art experience!
FREE! Ages 2-5 + caregiver

KPL Kids’ Club
Kitchener Market, 300 King St. E. (Upper Level)
Every Saturday, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Take a break from shopping and stop by the Kitchener Public Library Space for stories, crafts and fun.
No registration required.
Family Favourites $2.50 Films @ Cineplex

Oct 7
The Wiggles
Ready, Steady, Wiggle! Tour
Centre In The Square
Tues,07 Oct.2014 @ 6:30PM
The Feel-Good Musical
October 8 - November 2 | St. Jacobs Country Playhouse
One of the most explosive movie musicals in recent memory bursts onto the St. Jacobs stage with exhilarating results.
A young rebel moves to a small middle-America town where dance is forbidden, and encourages all young people to defy the strict edict of local pastor and call for a rock 'n roll party. In so doing, he brings healing to the heart of a town held back by the memory of tragedy.
Oct 9
Waterloo Public Square

Join Waterloo Mayor Brenda Halloran and the City of Waterloo council as they kick-off the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest celebrations with the annual Mayor’s Oktoberfest Luncheon, Oct. 9, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Waterloo public square.
The delicious Sausages are free, courtesy of Pillers. Onkel Hans, Miss Oktoberfest and the Black Forest Band will be on-hand to entertain and greet the public at this annual event.

Thursday, October 9, 2014 | 5 – 7pm
Location: Conestoga College, Doon Campus
299 Doon Valley Drive
Kitchener, ON
Summary:Your chance to talk with students and faculty from all of Conestoga's Full-Time Programs. Website: www.conestoga.on.ca

Friday, October 10 – Monday, October 13, 2014
Location: Burford Fairgrounds
Burford, ON
Summary:2014 Theme: New Beginnings! Attractions throughout the Fair! Admission: Friday Adults/youth $2. Saturday-Monday-Adults $8, youth (6-13) $5, pre-schoolers free, Weekend Pass-Adults $20, youth $10. www.burfordfair.ca

Oct 10
Music and Movement with the Early Years Centre
Move and groove with us at the Kitchener Market!
This program offers families an opportunity to let off a little steam by moving, singing and
exercising together! We invite families with children from birth to age six to join us!


Oktoberfest begins! There are so many Family Friendly events! They have a link just for that!

Oct 10-13
Rockton Worlds Fair

Oct 11
Waterloo Public Square

Come join an Oktoberfest tradition with the 33rd Annual Oktoberfest Family Breakfast! Tasty Aunt Jemima Pancakes and Pillers Sausages cooked up by the students of the Conestoga College Culinary Program. Great food, great entertainment and a chance to have breakfast served to you by the Rogers Kitchener Radio Group personalities of CHYM 96.7, 570 News and Country 106.7.
FREE EVENT, non-perishable food items for the Food Bank of Waterloo Region encouraged.
While supplies last.
Cook like Oma and Community Pig Roast @ Kitchener Market
Join us on the piazza for a pig roast with our farmers' market vendor, Finest Sausages & Meat, on Saturday, Oct. 11. Music, Oktoberfest dancers, crafts, face painting and more! Stop by the Marketplace to learn to cook like Oma. This event will get you ready to continue your week with Oktoberfest spirit. All proceeds will be donated to The Food Bank of Waterloo Region. Bring along a non-perishable food donation too!
An Owl Prowl
Shade's Mills Conservation Area, 450 Avenue Rd., Cambridge
How well can you hoot? We will try our hand at imitating owl calls to try and attract the resident owls. Learn about their ecology and importance. Dress warmly, we will be outside. Children 16 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult.
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Meet at: Shade's Mills Nature Centre
Price: Free with park admission


THE OKTOBERFEST THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE!!!! http://kwoktoberfestparade.oktoberfest.ca/
 It begins at 8:30am in Waterloo

Waterloo Region Museum (DOON)
Village 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Museum 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On Thanksgiving Day Monday visit for an afternoon of family fun activities and enjoy the magnificent colours of fall at one of the prettiest places in Waterloo Region.
Enjoy a horse-drawn wagon ride, live music and much more! Experience our main museum gallery that tells the story of Waterloo Region and our feature gallery with Museum Mysteries and Street Style currently on exhibit.
Enjoy the village and museum all for one low admission price. Admission: $10 Adults, $8 Seniors/Students, $5 Children, Children four and under free, Families $25, all admissions plus HST.

THEMUSEUM (Downtown Kitchener) will be open

Monday, October 13, 2014 | 11am – 2pm
Location: The Kitchener Auditorium
400 East Ave
Kitchener, ON
Summary:HEY PARENTS! We've got THE Thanksgiving Day for you. Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region and Kiwanis Club of Twin Cities present, right after the famous KW parade 'Haus for Humanity: A Family Fun Day', a kids fun fair supporting hardworking families and your local Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region. SHARE this super fun event and SHARE the Waterloo Region love. Tickets only $10!
For details and tickets: www.hfhwr.ca
Oct 15

Beer + Bacon = Happiness

Register at http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/en/events/Cooking_classes.asp

Oct 17-19
Delicious Food Show
This one is in Toronto, take a look at our post on The Delicious Food Show. You might want to make the trek!

Dance Dance Party Party Halloween Edition @The Button Factory
All women* and children are invited to join us for an hour of dancing, partying, laughing, grooving, and playing to all your favourite music! DJ Ines takes your requests and keeps the room a hoppin'!
Admission is $5 for adult, and children are free. More info at


Oct 18
Join in the morning of Saturday October 18 at all Cineplex Entertainment theatres for Community Day in support of Free The Children. Doors open at 8:30am with great selection of FREE movies beginning at 9:00am.
Plus, enjoy a regular popcorn, regular fountain drink and selected candy for only $2 each with 100% of the proceeds donated to Free The Children. Visit www.cineplex.com/communityday for movies, showtimes and locations near you!


Happy Healthy Family Event @ WERC

Children's Safety Village Halloween Party
$5 per child, adults are free

Teen Book Club
Central Library – 85 Queen St. N.
Oct. 18 at 2 p.m.
A club for teens who want to read a new book each month and chat about it. New members always welcome. September’s title is The Maze Runner by James Dashner.
For ages 12 -18. No registration required.

Oct 19
Sunday, October 19, 2014 | 10am – 4pm
Location: Arthur Community Centre
158 Domville
Arthur, ON
Summary:Come on out and join us Sunday October 19th from 10am-4pm for the Arthur Farm and Collectable Toy Show. Admission is $2.00 for Adults and children 12 and under are free.

Oct 24
Friday, October 24, 2014 | 10am – 2pm
Location: Cambridge City Hall
50 Dickson Street
Cambridge, ON
Summary:Bring the whole family out for a day of fun activities including a BBQ, silent auction, face painting, Jail-n-Bail, children's activities and head shaving! All money raised from Cops for Cancer supports the Canadian Cancer Society and its mission. To register (to fundraise and shave your head) please visit www.copsforcancer.ca For more infomration or to register offline call 519-886-8888 ext 3145 or lmcgrail@ontario.cancer.ca

Oct 24

Family Story Time and Craft
Country Hills Community Library, 1500 Block Line Rd.
Oct. 24,10 am to 11:30 am
A joint program with Home Child Care. Feel free to bring your own snack.
Registration required at kpl.org or call 519-743-3558.
Oct 24 and 25

Science Open House and Gem and Mineral Show 2014

Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 10:00 am
Mark your calendars- It's the 20th Anniversary of our ever-popular Science Open House! Join us on October 25th for an extravaganza of hands-on science discovery for school-age kids. The stunning Gem and Mineral show will be open on Friday afternoon, and all day Saturday.
More info to come, check this space!
Cost Free

Oct 25
Pumpkin Party @ Kitchener Market
Join us as we celebrate the great pumpkin. Seasonal crafts and treats are available for kids to make. help us end our harvest time with a bang! Bring the whole family for the fun and be sure to wear your Halloween costumes!
By now many of you have heard about FREE COMIC BOOK DAY. Well there has been a Halloween Comic Book Day added the Saturday before Halloween http://www.halloweencomicfest.com/Home/1/1/78/1138
See the local shops participating

Comicon at Central
Central Library – 85 Queen St. N.
Oct. 25 at 10 a.m.
Superhero fans unite! Dress like your favourite character and join us for activities, crafts and games. Ages 8 – 12.
Registration opens Oct. 18 at kpl.org or call 519-743-0271.

Pumpkin Party
*Forest Heights, *Grand River and *Central libraries, Oct. 25 at 10:30 a.m.
*Pioneer Park library, Oct. 25 at 2 p.m.
Not-so-scary monsters, silly pumpkins and shy ghosts are just waiting to make friends with you. A cauldron of fun for the whole family.
Registration opens Oct. 18 at kpl.org, or call the host library to register.

Saturday, October 25, 2014 | 10am – 2pm
Location: Cambridge City Hall
50 Dickson Street
Cambridge, ON
Summary:Each year local restaurants and caterers donate a variety of soups, sides and desserts to feed between 400-500 attendees who have the opportunity to vote for their favourite alongside a panel of celebrity judges. $5 at the door includes three samples. Additional samples can be purchased for $1 each. www.communitysupportconnections.org or 519-772-8787.

Oct 28
Halloween Kids Hop @ Kitchener Market w/ Erick Traplin
 Kids hop on the 28th will begin at 10am
  • Monster Mash with Crafts
  • Everyone can wear their Halloween costumes
  • The kids will get a chance to trick or treat with the upstairs Market vendors too!

Oct 28

Teen Movie Night
Central Library – 85 Queen St. N.
Oct. 28 at 6 p.m.
Bring the popcorn for this free flick: My Sister’s Keeper. A new movie featured each month. For ages 12 – 18. No registration required.

HALLOWEEN October 31st

Halloween Tot Parade @ THEMUSEUM (Downtown Kitchener)
Happy Halloween – it’s time to Trick-Or-Treat! Join us today at 11:00am to design your very own spooky treat bag that you can bring along on your trick-or-treating adventures. Little ghouls, ghosts and monsters will be roaming the streets of Downtown Kitchener for THEMUSEUM's annual Tot Parade! At 11:30am, a team of Interpreters will lead the Tots to local businesses to collect some treats. Chocolates and candies and chips, oh my! 
(Note I believe regular admission would apply, but it would be best to contact THEMUSEUM to be sure)

Halloween Party @ The Waterloo Region Museum (DOON)
5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Wear your scariest costume to a Halloween Party and be ready to have some fun!
Enjoy horse-drawn wagon rides through the lantern lit historic village and see what tricks you'll need to do and what games you'll have to play to get a treat! Scary boo crafts and activities in the museum building will guarantee fun for everyone.
The Halloween Party is appropriate for children up to the age of 10 years old and must be accompanied by an adult.
Admission is $5 per child plus taxes, accompanying adult is FREE.

Friday, October 31, 2014 | 3 – 4pm
Location: Northside Community Church
55 Leonard Street
Kitchener, ON
Summary:Free event! Indoor glow in the dark maze, carnival and lifesize games, popcorn, cotton candy, snow cones, hot chocolate, tons of candy, prizes and so much more. www.northsidecommunitychurch.ca or 519-744-8061.

Upcoming Events!

Parents Night Out
Nov 6
Kitchener-Waterloo Comedy Festival Preview Show @ Waterloo INN
The Headliner that night is SEAN CULLEN!

The Little Mermaid
The Splashy New Broadway Musical
November 19 - December 21 | Dunfield Theatre Cambridge
In a magical kingdom fathoms below, the beautiful mermaid Ariel longs to leave the ocean to live in the world above. When the evil sea witch Ursula grants Ariel the opportunity to sprout legs and go after the heart of Prince Eric, she jumps at the opportunity. But with forces working against her, Ariel will need help if she is ever to see her dreams come true.
Snow White
A Traditional British Panto
November 19 - December 21 | St. Jacobs Country Playhouse
In the proud tradition of past holiday favourites Peter Pan, Robin Hood, and Cinderella comes a deliciously entertaining production for the entire family.

Cast out by her jealous stepmother and tricked into eating a poisoned apple, the beautiful Snow White must defeat the wicked queen and find her way back to the palace – with the help of seven new friends and a handsome prince.

KITCHENER, ON (June 2, 2014) – Centre In The Square announces three fun-filled family shows coming to The Studio on Saturdays starting in January 2015: Pomme: The Story of An Apple, Doktor Kaboom! and Bill Blagg’s Trickin’.
Pomme: The Story of An Apple
Saturday, January 31, 2015 11 AM & 2 PM
Inspired by haikus written in Quebec and in France, Pomme captures young imaginations with puppet movement and playful characters. Pomme is an apple who wishes to become a person, and through his journey he discovers that being an apple is really okay. Full of gentle wit and humour, Pomme is a puppet poem to savour as a family. Recommended for ages 3 to 6.
Doktor Kaboom!
Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 11 AM & 2 PM
Doktor Kaboom! is an hilarious interactive science variety show for audiences of all ages created by Actor/Comedian David Epley. Using theatre and humour Doktor Kaboom! takes his audience on an amazing tour through the wonders of scientific exploration. Join him for a side-splitting journey of increasingly spectacular (and often successful) science experiments and demonstrations.
Bill Blagg’s Trickin’
Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 11 AM and 2 PM
Bill Blagg’s cabaret show Trickin’ is a highly interactive experience packed with Bill’s trademark magic and comedy! From flying toilet paper to balloon sword swallowing, this non-stop show has it all! Minds will be read, wedding rings will vanish (don’t worry they come back), ordinary objects will come to life and much more! Trickin’takes the magic from the stage to the audience and even puts it in their hands! This is an action-packed not-to-be-missed show filled with magical surprises, tons of laughs and total entertainment
Tickets to Pomme: The Story of An Apple, Doktor Kaboom!, and Bill Blagg’s Trickin’ may be purchased online at www.centreinthesquare.com, by calling 519-578-1570 or 1-800-265-8977, or in person at the Centre In The Square Box Office (101 Queen Street North). Tickets for each show are $10 (adult), $5 (child), or $25 (family of 5) plus applicable fees.