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“One of my favourite places in our Nation's Capital. The architecture itself is worth the visit, but the art tops it all. Watch for special feature exhibits throughout the year. Spend an hour or the entire day and be sure to check out the gift shop. The gallery is located in the heart of the Market area so a short walk will take you to lunch, dinner or shopping.”
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“Exceptional theatre. One of best in Canada and United States. Nightly entertainment such as ceilidhs across Island featuring local talent.”
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“contemporary art museum, unbeatable.... and steps away from China Town ..for great pho/dumplings”
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“Canadian handcrafted items from up to 200 artists at a time, many being local from Muskoka!”
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“The Capitol Theatre in downtown Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada is an 800-seat, restored 1920s-era vaudeville house on Main Street that serves as the centre for cultural entertainment for the city. Designed by René-Arthur Fréchet in 1920, it was rebuilt by Fréchet in 1926 after it burned.”
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“The Beaverbrook Art Gallery charges an admission fee for entry; Gallery members receive unlimited, free entry to the Gallery. Your paid admission is good all day; please retain your receipt for re-entry. Our admission rates are as follows: Adult $10 Senior $8 60 years of age or older Family $20 Children Free 6 years of age or under Student $5 With valid school ID**The student rate is open to all students of universities, community and craft colleges; and elementary, middle, and high schools.”
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“An artsy shop, but most come for the glamorous garden behind the gallery~ ”
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“A beautiful retreat in the forest. Follow the winding path past beautiful sculptures by local artists and students of the Haliburton School of the Arts.”
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“The Confederation Centre Art Gallery is free to the public and features many local artists. Exhibits change up regularly and the Gallery often does special events. The Art Bunker is a great place for children offering daily classes, camps and workshops. Check out their website for more information.”
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“LE VIKING RESORT & MARINA du Lac Masson - On y va pour Activités nautiques. À 78 mètres du Viking Resort & Marina. S’inscrivant parmi les plus belles marinas en Amérique du Nord, la Marina du lac Masson offre un service de location de pontons, de chaloupes, de kayaks, de planches à pagaie et de pédalos. Il est également possible d’y louer un quai pour toute la saison. ”
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“Right beside the Museum of Contemporary Art is a building with lots of art galleries - they're all a bit different in style, and all very interesting. It's free to visit and you can discover many contemporary artists!”
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“A wonderful theater to get in touch with your artsy-side! You can look down into the theater and see the art work from our condo”
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“This is a great local bakery, has home cooked lunch specials and amazing sweets. It is only a few minutes away via biking trail into the town of Georgetown. Leave the driveway take a right on the kayes road until you see a sign that says Confederation trail, take a right follow the path until it brings you into Georgetown”
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“Great contemporary art plus entrance is free. The museum has four floors and its definitely one of out favourite spots in Montreal !”
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“Surplombant une vallée, au cœur d'un site naturel unique, la galerie d'art Mont-Ste-Anne est une véritable oasis où l'art et la nature s'accordent parfaitement. Dans ce lieu d'inspiration et de créativité, le visiteur peut se laisser aller à sa sensibilité artistique et donc profiter des toiles et des sculptures signées par des artistes de renom.”
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“The Guild is a Not for Profit Arts and Culture Hub with a provincial mandate to support new, emerging and professional artists, creative industries, and community organizations through subsidies, mentorship, training and professional development opportunities. We present and produce first class theatre 12 months of the year in our 175 seat black box performance space. Our Gallery at The Guild presents 6 months of curatorial artists paid exhibitions and an additional 6 months of community based exhibits in our public gallery yearly. We also offer versatile rehearsal space for artists as well as networking and promotional opportunities for Island artists, the public and the cultural sector.”
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