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November 2007 Events

Sep. 24 - Nov. 20 
"The Actors Studio"
Workshops for children, teens & adults starting this fall. They include improv, sketch comedy, film, acting & scriptwriter's series. Combo rates are available.
Peel Heritage Complex
905-791-4055 x 3627

Oct. 20 - Nov. 12 
Friends of Clairville Big Tree Challenge
Where is the biggest tree in Brampton? The Friends of Claireville are inviting the people of Brampton to nominate their favourite Heritage Tree! This is great family fun and easy to do! A long piece of string in your pocket is all you need! This is a great opportunity to catalog and protect a piece of our history and heritage. Finalists will be featured in the Brampton Guardian. Submission information Entry Deadline – Monday November 12, 2007 either by email to john.willetts@rogers.com or by mail to The Friends of Claireville Big Tree Challenge, 31 Aberdeen Cres, Brampton, Oakville, Ontario L6T 2P8. Detailed address and location of the tree, your name, phone and email address, digital photo and story or history are welcome.
1. largest circumference, distance around the tree measured in centimeters or inches, 1.37m or 4 ft above the ground.
2. must be located within the city of Brampton.
3. Tell us about a tree with an interesting storys or history max. 1 page- optional
4. Digital photo - optional –
5. Judging – All entries will be judged by a panel top finalist trees will be visited. Winners will be announced in the Brampton Guardian and the Brampton city websight
6. Records will be kept on nominated trees for future seed propagation in order to preserve our local, native trees.

Clairville
905-792 7748

November 1 - Thursday  8pm
Mayor Susan Fennell Presents:
CATCH THE SPIRIT SERIES Starring:
Pauly and the Goodfellas!

The ultimate show from the gangsters of soul! Pauly & the Goodfellas will take you back to the fifties, sixties, seventies and early eighties, recreating the look and sound of the most memorable music and styles of the era. The Goodfellas is a high energy interactive show consisting of four talented vocalist / performers accompanied by a stellar four piece band. Pauly & the Goodfellas take the audience on a trip through the best of the decades with their fifties tribute to Sha na na, into the sixties motown era of the Temptations, Miracles and Four tops. The disco funk of the seventies is highlighted as well, with their exceptional portrayal of the Village people. You will be mesmerized by their vocal renditions of great hits by the Stylistics, the O Jay's, KC and the Sunshine Band, Kool and the gang, and many more. Don't miss the Goodfellas hilarious incarnation of the new Blues Brothers. The antics of the four Blues brothers will leave you screaming for more! Get out the Dark shades and thin ties! Guests become part of the show, on and off the stage with Pauly & the Goodfella's interactive antics and choreography. The ultimate show from the Gangsters of Soul, rock n roll and Blues is guaranteed to create a riotous party at any function or occasion! This exciting combination of Rock n'roll history and musical comedy has kept audiences laughing, singing and dancing in the aisles, and promises to do the same for you! Come and have lots of laughs, enjoy some great tunes, and dance the night away with Pauly & the Goodfellas! Tickets are $35 for the Main Floor and $25 for Balcony seats.
The Rose Theatre
905 874-2800

Mayor Susan Fennell Presents:CATCH THE SPIRIT SERIES Starring:Pauly and the Goodfellas!

November 1 - Thursday  8:00 pm
Thursday Night Studio Series Presents... Lynn Miles
Performance by one of Canada's finest singers/songwriters - Lynn Miles.
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800
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November 2 - Friday  7:30pm
Brampton Battalion Hockey
vs OSHAWA
Powerade Centre, 7575 Kennedy Rd. South
(905) 874-2393
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Brampton Battalion Hockey

November 2 - Friday  7:30pm
Memories of The King Featuring Terry Chisholm
The Rebellious King of Rock and Roll spend the seventies crisscrossing the nation on gruelling tours, setting box-office records for his performances. Nearing the end of his life, Elvis was still the most popular entertainer in the world. Recreating the 1969 – 1977 era of Elvis' legendary music is Brampton's favourite, Terry Chisholm. Come out and enjoy this Canadian Premier as Chisholm performs the King's unforgettable music accompanied by a 15-piece powerhouse band and singers. After this performance, you will understand why Elvis and his memory do not fade away.
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800

November 3 - Saturday  8pm
"PRINCESS OPENS SYMPHONY SEASON"
BSO Symphony OPENING NIGHT "Sympfusion"

Her Imperial Highness Princess Thi-Nga of Vietnam will open the 21st season of the Brampton Symphony Orchestra by presenting the first BSO Diverse Culture Award to a deserving Vietnamese musician. Performers include harpist Andrew Chan, violinist Sarah Nematallah, song stylist Toni Anderson, tenor Salvatore Gambino and soprano Iris Rodrigues. Special guest is prominent family patriarch Dr. Brian Thicke of Brampton whose sons Alan, Todd and grandson Robin Thicke are prominent in Hollywood film and music. Dr. Thicke narrates Aaron Copland's Lincoln Portrait. The SYMPFUSION concert features two premieres: the Canadian premiere of composer Matthew Tran-Adams' The Refuge Child and the world premiere of BSO Conductor Robert Raines' Healing Light Anthem. Other musical selections include Cuban Ernesto Lecuona's Malaguena, Italian Ennnio Morricone's Se from Cinema Paradiso, and Brazilian Heitor Villa Lobos' Bacchianas Brasilieras. Also on the program is Summertime from Porgy and Bess, Fiddler on the Roof, Harry Belafonte's Turn the World Around, the Handel Harp Concerto and Introduction and Rondo Capricioso for Violin. This unique festive BSO Opening Night Concert is hosted by CBC TV NewsWORLD anchor Suhana Meharchand.
The Rose Theatre
905-874-2800
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"PRINCESS OPENS SYMPHONY SEASON"BSO Symphony OPENING NIGHT "Sympfusion"

November 3 - Saturday  10 a.m. until 1 p.m.
5th Annual Snelgrove Community Planting
Help TRCA and watershed partners plant native trees and shrubs in the Etobicoke Creek Valley in beautiful Snelgrove. Refreshments and planting materials will be provided. Meet in the parking lot on the north side of Conservation Drive, between Hurontario St. and Kennedy Rd. Call to register.
Conservation Dr. & Hurontario St.
416.661.6600 ext. 5740
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November 4 - Sunday  2pm
Brampton Battalion Hockey
vs KITCHENER
Powerade Centre, 7575 Kennedy Rd. South
(905) 874-2393
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Brampton Battalion Hockey

November 4 - Sunday  1:00pm & 4:00pm
Robert Munsch
ROBERT MUNSCH has been entertaining children, their parents, grandparents, librarians and teachers with his zany, silly, colorful, magical, poignant, and powerful stories for more than thirty years. With more than 40 books in print, sales exceeding 30 million copies in more than a dozen languages around the world, Robert Munsch is a cherished and recognized name around the home, schoolyard, book club, sewing circle, library, daycare center, hospital nursery, senior citizen's center, playground, campus – well, just about anywhere actually! Every youngster will enjoy seeing some of their favourite Munsch stories brought to life by Robert Munsch himself and infused with his inimitable sound effects and added musical embellishments for tons and tons of fun! What more can be said about this gifted storyteller? Don't Miss Out!
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800

Nov. 4 - Nov. 9  11:30 - 1pm
Silent Auction
Porcelain dolls, designer labeled winter coats, Christmas decorations, and more
Senior's Centre at Queen and McLaughlin

November 5 - Monday  8:00 pm
Barra MacNeils: 20th Anniversary Show
To celebrate this landmark, the Barra MacNeils will be touring in support of their special 20th Anniversary CD (released in early 2007) which covers the span of their entire career featuring essential recordings from various releases over the years. Both the CD and the associated live performances have proven to be a hit with fans both old and new!
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800

November 8 - Thursday  7pm
Brampton Battalion Hockey
vs OWEN SOUND
Powerade Centre, 7575 Kennedy Rd. South
(905) 874-2393
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Brampton Battalion Hockey

November 8 - Thursday  7:00pm
Diwali Storytimes At The Library
Children of all ages and their parents or caregivers are invited to drop in for Diwali Storytimes at Brampton Library. Learn about the stories and customs of the joyous "Festival of Lights" that marks the celebration of Good over Evil and Light over Darkness.
South Fletcher's Library Branch, 500 Ray Lawson Boulevard
(905) 793-4636
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November 8 - Thursday  8:00 pm
Lunch At Allen's
This is no songwriter's circle. Lunch At Allen's is an extraordinary musical revue by internationally renowned artists, Murray McLauchlan, Cindy Church, Marc Jordan, and Ian Thomas who perform together as a band -- the show is an intimate and humorous performance by some of Canada's finest individual performers on stage as one. THE SONGS YOU KNOW AND LOVE including Painted Ladies, Marina Del Rey, Right Before Your Eyes, Rhythm of My Heart, Whispering Rain and more!
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800

November 8 - Thursday  8:00 pm
Thursday Night Studio Series Presents ...ALFIE ZAPPACOSTA
Original, powerful, entertaining, and sexy adds up to Alfie Zappacosta. With an American Music Award (Most Popular Album of the Year) and two JUNO Awards (Most Promising Male Vocalist, Album of the Year) to his credit, Alfie and his voice have long been the talk of the music industry. His live performance is captivating. From the first note, he sets the mood and the tone for an exceptional evening. His smooth renditions of tasteful originals coupled with timeless jazz standards done “Zappacosta Style,” feed the palette of even the most sophisticated music enthusiast. Alfie Zappacosta is charismatic and charming - he is elegant and tasteful in his stage persona and vocal delivery. He delivers a powerful, yet playful performance and draws upon his extensive theatrical experience in his live concerts. His Italian heritage also adds an additional dimension and mystique to his performance. When it comes to sharing his passion with his audience, Alfie has no fear - his honesty, sincerity, and vulnerability connect him to anyone. Alfie Zappacosta: artist, actor, songwriter, musician, and premier vocalist - he comfortably excels in all of these roles and delivers an evening of entertainment that is always remembered. Do not miss the opportunity to experience Alfie Zappacosta.
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800
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November 9 - Friday  8:00 pm
An Act Of Remembrance Concert
An Act of Remembrance Concert featuring The Regimental Band of The Lorne Scots Association and The Regimental Pipes and Drums of the Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment). Along with Special Guests. Hosted by The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 15. Tickets are just $19.50
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800
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November 9 - Friday  6:30pm
Progressive Euchre Tournament
Cash Bar, Light Lunch, Prizes, Raffles and Draws!! Everyone welcome. Tickets $20.00 each. Hosted by BPW Brampton. Proceeds going to Wellspring Chinguacousy. Wellspring is a cooperative community facility that is accessible to all cancer patients, their families, and their caregivers, at no cost for services.
Professors Lake Recreation Centre
416.343.9124

November 10 - Saturday  10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Annual Christmas Bazaar
St. Pauls United Church Annual Christmas Bazaar. A delicious lunch will be served. Free Parking is available under City Hall.
St. Pauls United Church, 42 Main St. S.

November 10 - Saturday  10a.m. to 2 pm.
Christmas Tree Bazaar
62nd annual Christmas Tree Bazaar! There will be baked goods, deli items and candies, needlecraft and knitted items, books, a Gem table and so much more!. Santa's Café will be open at 10.30 a.m. The church is wheelchair accessible.
Christ Anglican Church, 4 Elizabeth Street N
905-451-6649

November 10 - Saturday  9:30am to 6:00pm
Tropical Fish Auction
28th Annual Tropical Fish Auction - minimum bid is $1.00
Turner Fenton Secondary School
905-846-6689
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November 11 - Sunday  10:30 am
Remembrance Day Parade & Service - Branch 15
A parade and service to recognize the sacrifices made by the men and women of Brampton and to remember those who died in battle and veterans who have since passed on. Immediately following Remembrance Day Service, Branch 15 will conduct a Drumhead Service and Dedication Ceremony at 80 Mary Street. This significant event marks the moving of three Charters and their flag from the old Legion building on 40 Elizabeth Street South and the declaration of the Legion's new home at 80 Mary Street. The parade to move a Charter and flag is rare one and has not been executed in Brampton for several generations. Members of the public are encouraged to follow the parade from the Cenotaph to 80 Mary Street to witness the Drumhead Service.
Memorial Square Cenotaph - City Hall, 2 Wellington St. W.
905-874-3575

November 11 - Sunday  2pm
Brampton Battalion Hockey
vs MISSISSAUGA
Powerade Centre, 7575 Kennedy Rd. South
(905) 874-2393
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Brampton Battalion Hockey

November 11 - Sunday  10:45 a.m. Start
Remembrance Day Service And Parade - Branch 609
Memorial at Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park
Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park

November 11 - Sunday  7:55am start
Sunrise Memorial Service
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 15 & 609.
Meadowvale Cemetary Chapel, 7732 Mavis Rd.
905-874-3575

November 13 - Tuesday 
Chinguacousy Garden Club
Guest Speaker Peel Teaching Garden Alan Hickman will talk about Wedding Gardens & much more.
Professor's Lake Rec. Centre

November 15 - Thursday  8:00 pm
ALTdot Comedy Lounge On Location
The monthly giggle-fest Brampton's comedy fans have come to know and love continues to bring hilarity to life on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Your favourite comics from such tv shows as Muchmusic's Video On Trial are coming back to the Rose Theatre's Secondary Hall to tickle your funny bone. Doors open an hour before showtime with food and drink available. So come on out to the Rose... and Laugh It Up!
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800

Nov. 15 - Nov. 17  7:30pm plus 2:00pm on the 17th
GREASE The Musical
This is the 1950's rock 'n' roll musical. Rydell High's spirited class of '59; gum chewing, hubcap stealing, hot rod loving boys with D.A.'s and their wise cracking girls in bobby sox and pedal pushers---capture the look and sound of the 1950s in a rollicking musical. While hip Danny Zuko and wholesome Sandy Dumbrowski resolve the problems of their mutual attraction, the gang sings and dances its way through such nostalgic scenes as the pajama party, the prom, the burger palace, and the drive in movie. Songs recall the Buddy Holly hiccups, the Little Richard yodels and the Elvis Presley wiggles that made the music of the 50s a gas. Grease's eight year run made Broadway history and its recent long running revival put it among today's most popular musicals.
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800
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November 15 - Thursday  6pm
Women of Achievement Awards
The 2007 Women of Achievement Awards recognize the leadership displayed by women in a number of fields of interest. Former recipients of the award include Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell as founder in women's hockey , Brampton business woman Dixie Chard (2000); Citizen of the Year recipient Ruth Sharpe (1984) for volunteerism, Women's Hockey, Cassie Campbell (1998) in the Sport category and former head of the Peel Board of Education Beryl Ford (1992). The 2007 Women of Achievement Awards Gala will also raise funds for the Wellsprings Cancer Centre in Brampton. All proceeds will go towards the completion of the Brampton Centre, which provides a wide range of cancer support program and services to people living with cancer and those who care for them. Tickets to the 2007 Women of Achievement Awards Gala are $75/person
Rotary Glen Banquet Hall (1857 Queen Street West)
905-457-1229
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November 16 - Friday  6 pm - 8 pm
Christmas Tree Lighting
Come and celebrate the holiday season and kick off Brampton's Winter Lights celebration at Ken Whillans Square, City Hall and take in the beautiful lights. Free
City Hall
905-874-3478
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November 16 - Friday  9:30pm
Salsa Caliente, Brampton Salsa Competition
DANCING WITH THE STARS meets SALSA! Friday November 16th, 23rd and 30th the city of Brampton heats up with the 2nd Annual Salsa Competition. Come experience the passion, dance and excitement of the Hispanic/Latin Culture and VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE as couples dance to win! Also learn to Salsa with free lessons from Salsa Suave starting @ 9:30pm Admission $7.00, with a portion going towards a Brampton area Charity.
Tropic Salsa Lounge, 21 Nelson St. W. Unit #6
905 455-0000

November 17 - Saturday  5 pm start
Santa Claus Parade
See the thrill on the children's faces as they watch a wonderful parade of lights, costumed characters, and fantastic bands move past them. Free
Main Street - between Sproule Dr. & Nanwood Dr., Downtown Brampton
905-451-1122

November 17 - Saturday  12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Chocolat! The Art Of Indulgence Art Show
Chocolate Tasting! Join 2006 Brampton Arts Acclaim Award winner Daniela Easter at her solo exhibition of acrylic paintings good enough to eat!
Beaux-Arts Brampton Gallery 70-74 Main St. N.
905-454-5677
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November 17 - Saturday  9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Christmas Bazaar
Bake Table, Tea Room, Silent Auction & more
Emmanuel United Church, 420 Balmoral Dr.
905 792-9807

November 18 - Sunday  2pm
Brampton Battalion Hockey
vs BARRIE
Powerade Centre, 7575 Kennedy Rd. South
(905) 874-2393
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Brampton Battalion Hockey

November 18 - Sunday  6:00pm & 8:30pm
George Carlin
One of the most influential comedians of the past half-century, and more than any other comedian since Lenny Bruce, Carlin has broken taboos, pushed back the forces of censorship, shattered common assumptions about what stand-up was “supposed to be”, and found countless funny ways to look at and skewer the absurdities of the human experience. If none of this rings enough bells to have you racing to get tickets... you need to read on To date, George Carlin's 13 HBO specials have garnered three Emmy nominations and won six CableACE awards, and thus far eight of those HBO shows have been released in two separate DVD packages. Carlin picked up two additional Emmy nominations in the early ‘90's, playing the part of Mister Conductor in 45 episodes of the critically acclaimed PBS children's show, “Shining Time Station.” In 1997, Carlin ventured into a new field as Hyperion published his first book, Braindroppings, a collection of original routines, one-liners, commentaries and essays. In hard cover and paperback, the book spent a total of 40 weeks on The New York Times Best-Seller list and has sold 850,000 copies. The “book-on-tape” version, read by Carlin himself, won the 2001 Grammy in the Best Spoken Comedy category, the latest of his three Grammys. A second book, Napalm & Silly Putty, written in the same style as the first, was published in April 2001, reaching the Number One spot on the New York Times Best-Seller list in its second week. The combined hardback and paperback editions have sold over 500,000 copies and a third book, When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops?, followed. This one went to Number 2 on the New York Times Best-Seller list as well as being banned by Wal-Mart. When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops? and George were both nominated for two Quill Awards. Meanwhile Carlin has leant his acting and vocal talents to numerous movies and animated features including Kevin Smith's Jersey Girl, Tarzan II, The Wild Life, and Happily N'Ever After and most recently, Cars where George was the voice of "Fillmore" the hippie van. And somehow he still manages to make time for more than 90 live appearances a year!
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800
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November 19 - Monday  7pm
Town Hall Meeting
Town Hall Meeting to release the Draft Parks, Culture and Recreation Master Plan. City staff has been working on the development of this long-term, strategic plan over the last 2 years and the plan is ready for release to the public for review and comment. Please join me, and our Council, as we discuss the Plan and the proposed directions it recommends, for the areas of parks, culture and recreation.
Brampton City Hall
(905) 874-3954
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November 22 - Thursday  8:00 pm
ALTdot Comedy Lounge Brings You... SUE FOLEY
Sue Foley is considered one of the finest blues/roots artists working today. She is internationally known as one of the best and most original artists working in her field. She is an accomplished guitarist, songwriter and vocalist. Although only in her thirties, she has been writing and playing for over twenty years. With the May 2007 release of Time Bomb, a collaboration CD with fellow Canadian Roxanne Potvin and American blues guitar heroine Deborah Coleman, powerhouse singer/songwriter/guitarist, Sue Foley has once again solidified her place as one of the leading lights of the contemporary blues scene.
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800
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November 22 - Thursday  7:30pm
Barrage “High Strung”
Back by popular demand, Barrage performances offer up a diverse fusion of cultures, musical styles and incredible performance vitality. The music of Barrage continues to evolve – combining contemporary world influences, layered vocal arrangements and pulsating modern beats and rhythms. The cast delivers the show with amazing energy and musical virtuosity that will take your breath away!
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800
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Nov. 22 - Nov. 25  Nov. 22 & 23 - 7:30 pm, Nov. 24 & 25 - 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm
The Wonderful Story Of Mother Goose
This delightful tale is of poor widowed Mother Goose who is in search for fortune, beauty and fame. The fun-packed action centres on the wicked Squire Clarence, his Bailiffs, Sage and Onion and Priscilla, the Magical Goose. Fairy Harmony succeeds in helping good overcome evil as the wicked Fairy Discord attempts to prove that all mortals are greedy, selfish and vain and uses Mother Goose as her example. Recommended for adults and children of all ages
Lester B. Pearson Theatre
905-874-2800
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November 23 - Friday  7:30 & 10pm
Friday Folk Night
Our Scottish Roots with Maria Dunn and David Leask
Sanderson Hall, St. Paul's United Church
647-BFF-FOLK
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November 23 - Friday  7:30pm
Memories Of The Rat Pack A Live Musical Tribute To Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, And Sammy Davis Jr.
MEMORIES OF THE RAT PACK is a celebration of the lives and music of the three most infamous members of The Rat Pack Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. Enjoy 30 of their most popular songs. Travel back in time and experience an evening at The Sand Hotel in Las Vegas with the Rat Pack and their Band. Shake up your martinis and settle in for the songs, shenanigans and classics of the Boys of Vegas!
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800
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November 23 - Friday  9:30pm
Salsa Caliente, Brampton Salsa Competition
DANCING WITH THE STARS meets SALSA! Friday November 16th, 23rd and 30th the city of Brampton heats up with the 2nd Annual Salsa Competitions. Come experience the passion, dance and excitement of the Hispanic/Latin Culture and VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE as couples dance to win! Also learn to Salsa with free lessons from Salsa Suave starting @ 9:30pm Admission $7.00, with a portion going towards a Brampton area Charity.
Tropic Salsa Lounge, 21 Nelson St. W. Unit #6
905 455-0000

November 24 - Saturday  9:00am to 3:00pm
Brampton Art Fair
On November 24th, The Rose Theatre will be host to The 2007 Brampton Art Fair - Holiday Edition! This community showcase will highlight local artists from all disciplines. Admission is free and it's a great opportunity to start your holiday shopping! With only one month until Christmas, the Brampton Art Fair gives you the chance to come out and see, touch, taste, feel and smell the arts in Brampton's most beautiful downtown venue, The Rose Theatre. It's also a great opportunity to pick up some one-of-a-kind gifts for friends, family - or maybe even spoil yourself! Enjoy musicians, performers, visual artists, fibre artists, artisans, potters, and some "not your grandmas" crafters as well. Revel in the best Brampton has to offer. Admission is free. Please bring your non-perishable food items to be donated to local food banks.
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800

November 24 - Saturday  8pm
Brampton Lyric Opera "Maria Pellegrini"
An Evening of Opera With Maria Pellegrini. Opera concert featuring "Canada's Butterfly" Maria Pellegrini, with BLO soloists, orchestra and chorus
The Rose Theatre
905-874-2800
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November 24 - Saturday  10 am – 2 pm
Mount Chinguacousy Ski Show and Sale
Join the Snow Sports Team for their annual Ski & Snowboard Show and Sale in the Ski Chalet at Mount Chinguacousy. New and used equipment will be sold, and safety checks and binding adjustments are free for program patrons with registration confirmation. Admission $1 - waived if you donate a non-perishable food item
Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park, Ski Chalet
905-458-6555 ext. 124

November 26 - Monday  6pm - 7:30pm
Mandarin's Annual Celebration of Lights
See Mayor Susan Fennell switch on Mandarin's over 600,000 Christmas tree lights. Hot chocolate, snacks and prizes, see Santa and sing along with carolers. Be the first to see the Mandarin all light up for the holidays.
Mandarin Brampton, 238 Biscane Cres.
905-451-2222

Nov. 29 - Dec. 1  Nov. 29 & 30 - 7:30 pm, Dec. 1 - 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm
The Wonderful Story Of Mother Goose
This delightful tale is of poor widowed Mother Goose who is in search for fortune, beauty and fame. The fun-packed action centres on the wicked Squire Clarence, his Bailiffs, Sage and Onion and Priscilla, the Magical Goose. Fairy Harmony succeeds in helping good overcome evil as the wicked Fairy Discord attempts to prove that all mortals are greedy, selfish and vain and uses Mother Goose as her example. Recommended for adults and children of all ages
Lester B. Pearson Theatre
905-874-2800
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November 29 - Thursday  8:00 pm
Thursday Night Studio Series Presents ... HARRY MANX
Harry Manx is beyond a doubt one of the most original Folk-World-Blues performers touring today. Born in the U.K. and now residing in Canada, Manx performs lap slide guitar, blues harp, the six-stringed banjo, and most uniquely the Mohan Veena, a guitar/sitar hybrid created and named by Indian musical guru Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. Harry has lived and toured for years throughout Europe, Japan and India. In 1990, while in Japan, he discovered a recording of the Indian slide guitarist, V.M. Bhatt. It proved to be an epiphany that soon drew Harry to India to become a student of Bhatt's who later won a Grammy Award for his work with Ry Cooder in 1994. Manx remained with V.M. Bhatt for five years in a quest to master the sonic intricacies and beauty inherent in the Mohan Veena. Harry's music has been called an "essential link" between the music of East and West. His songs are short stories that draw from the essence of the blues and the depth of Indian polytonal ragas. It's more than evident on Harry's critically acclaimed recordings, including his new CD "West Eats Meet." Harry's shows are intimate and magical. Audiences inevitably become enraptured in the diversity of his performances, listening intently while he performs original songs as well as unique takes on classic blues numbers and the odd pop song like Crazy Love by Van Morrison performed on the Mohan Veena. A wry sense of humor and worldly stories enhance Harry Manx's live performances that continue to build audiences exponentially.
The Rose Theatre
(905) 874-2800
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November 30 - Friday  9:30pm
Salsa Caliente, Brampton Salsa Competition
DANCING WITH THE STARS meets SALSA! Friday November 16th, 23rd and 30th the city of Brampton heats up with the 2nd Annual Salsa Competitions. Come experience the passion, dance and excitement of the Hispanic/Latin Culture and VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE as couples dance to win! Also learn to Salsa with free lessons from Salsa Suave starting @ 9:30pm Admission $7.00, with a portion going towards a Brampton area Charity.
Tropic Salsa Lounge, 21 Nelson St. W. Unit #6
905 455-0000

Nov. 30 - Dec. 1 
University And Open National Cheerleading Championships
National cheerleading competition for university students.
Powerade Centre
905-459-9340 x103.
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