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Map RecordCanadian Club of Halton

Map RecordCanadian Club of HaltonOakville Presents guest speakers at seven dinners September to April * open to members and the public * question/answer opportunity at dessert

Map RecordHalton Black History Awareness Society

Map RecordHalton Black History Awareness SocietyBurlington Develops programs to erode racism, prejudice and stereotyping towards marginalized communities while increasing knowledge of Canadian history and its cultural landscape * programs offered include Cult ... [More]

Map RecordThird Age Learning Burlington

Map RecordThird Age Learning BurlingtonBurlington Offers one Fall and one Winter series, for a yearly total of 16 lectures * for current program see website * each weekly meeting consists of a 45-minute presentation delivered by a subject matter expe ... [More]

Tower Poetry Society (The)

 Tower Poetry Society (The)Hamilton West A non-profit organization established to promote poetry and encourage poets. Monthly meetings are held at the Westdale Library and feature poetry workshops and peer review. Two volumes of poetry are p ... [More]

Map RecordUniversity of Toronto, Oakville - School of Continuing Studies, University Lecture Series

Map RecordUniversity of Toronto, Oakville - School of Continuing Studies, University Lecture SeriesOakville School of Continuing Studies at the University of Toronto offers non-credit, continuing education courses to adult learners 2019 Fall Lecture Series: * The Oakville Club, Monday 12 noon-1 pm, Septembe ... [More]

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