Monday, May 8, 2017

Stuff To Do On Mother’s Day Weekend - Events In The Kitchener Waterloo Area

Ongoing all weekend
Barry and Jonas in the Home
Info at

May 12
IF NECESSARY KW Titans Playoff Game at the AUD info at

FREE community paint night on Friday, May 12 at 7pm.
Come on out and make your own masterpiece to take home and display.
All AGES and SKILL Levels Welcomed :)
(All Materials Provided)
Refreshments will be provided

Registration Deadline is May 7th.
Please call 519-744-3051 or email with "Paint night" in the subject line to register.
International Gospel Centre
35 Charles ST E
Kitchener, Ontario
N2G 2P3

May 13
Waterloo Region Police Services Open House

The Schneider family recycled nearly everything. Every bit of fabric was used up in quilts, pot holders and Schnibble mats. Come and help us make a schnibble mat @ Joseph Schneider Hause (reg. admission) 10am-5pm

 Tots Time @ Waterloo Region Museum (DOON) Gardening for Kids 10:30am-11:30am
Young gardeners get their hands in the soil early this year, in this child-friendly indoor gardening experience with our Heritage Gardener Bob Wildfong.
Learn about seeds and plants, flowers and food, and take home something to grow in your own garden. A range of activities will delight green thumbs of ages three through five.
Children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Appropriate for children aged three to five. $9 plus HST per child. Advance registration is required. Capacity limited. 10 percent membership discount applies. Due to space restriction, only 1 adult per child is allowed

Mother’s Day Tea @ Kitchener Market The Registration page says that event is now full

Mother’s Day Train

Rainbow Chorus Presents A Tribute Concert: Sing Out, Speak Up, Stand Proud
Saturday, May 13, 2017 | 2 – 8pm
Harcourt United Church, 87 Dean Ave, Guelph ON
A Tribute Concert: Sing Out, Speak Up, Stand Proud! and Silent Auction Presented by Rainbow Chorus Waterloo-Wellington with special guests Guelph Spoken Word.
This tribute concert will honour those who have sung out, spoken up and stood proud against oppression and bullying, matters that affect the LGBTQ+ and other marginalized communities. This concert will feature music by Elton John, Freddie Mercury, Prince, and Cyndi Lauper.  Rainbow Chorus will also sing ‘The Wish’ from Tyler’s Suite, a work that members of the chorus will be performing at Lincoln Center this June in support of the Tyler Clementi Foundation, an anti-bullying organization.
2:00 pm and 7:30 pm at Harcourt United Church - 87 Dean Avenue, Guelph.
Tickets prices: Adult $25 ($20 in advance), Student/Senior $15, Children under 12 $5

Help plant a new 800-tree forest at the site of the future Guelph Lake Nature Centre. In addition to family-friendly tree planting, this event features a traditional Aboriginal welcome and land acknowledgement, a visit from the BIOBus (a mobile research unit from the University of Guelph) and food trucks. Stay for an interpretive tour and an opportunity to learn more about the nature centre that will attract 20,000 students and thousands of visitors each year. Note that the new nature centre will be inside Guelph Lake Park. Admission to the park is free for this event 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., with voluntary donations to the new Guelph Lake Nature Centre.

GRCA is seeking enthusiastic Canada 150 Event Ambassadors to help at this event. Visit our volunteer page for details.

Build A Flower Planter Kids Workshop @ Home Depot 10am
Register at

May 13 and 14
The Tale of Peter Rabbit and His Friends @ Steckle Farm – Ticket info

Lyndon Fishing
Celebrating Mother’s Day May 13 and 14. Moms get free admission and we’ll have a rose for the first 25 moms to arrive each day. Take home your fresh-caught rainbow trout for a delicious meal to remember!

Waterloo Region Museum (DOON) 9:30am-5pmCalling all kids - join museum staff in the foyer to make a Mother's Day card for momActivity is on-going throughout the day and is included in regular admission. This activity is appropriate for all ages.

May 14

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