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Fri - Aug 31 -- Sun - Sep 02
  Orangeville Fair

When: August 31 - Sept 2

Where: Orangeville Fairgrounds

The Orangeville Fair is on Labour Day Weekend – Aug 31 – September 2, 2018. The 2018 Theme is ‘Homegrown & Handmade’. The Orangeville Fair, organized and operated by the Orangeville Agricultural Society, has been in existence for over 160 years!

Sat - Sep 01
  Orangeville Farmers' Market

Operating Saturday mornings from May to October the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features the best in fresh produce, fruits, locally raised meats, fish, flowers, home baked goods and unique artisan crafts. Spend time getting to know the vendors who lovingly grew the produce, created mouthwatering treats or crafted one of a kind pieces. Learn where your food is coming from, why you should be eating it and how you can prepare it to please even the pickiest eater at your table.

Located directly beside Town Hall on Second Street, the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features free weekly draws, live entertainment, special events and activities for the kids.

Sat - Sep 01
  One Book One County

May-September

“Hum If You Don’t Know The Words” is this year’s selected title, by Bianca Marais.

Now in its tenth year, One Book One County Dufferin allows all residents of Dufferin to read together in a gigantic book club. The program promotes Canadian literature, reading and discussion by encouraging everyone to participate in book clubs, online chats, and activities related to the theme of the selected Canadian title.

The book is available at the Grand Valley, Orangeville and Shelburne Public Libraries, as well as Booklore in Orangeville.

The grand finale of One Book One County, featuring Bianca Marias, will take place at  Grand Spirits Distillery, 27 Main Street North, Grand Valley on September 13, at 6 p.m. Tickets will be $45 for dinner and presentation and are available from BookLore, and the Shelburne, Orangeville and Grand Valley Public Libraries.

Sat - Sep 01
  Cruisin on First

The weekly Orangeville Classic and Custom Car Show and Cruise Nights are back! Starting May 24th, every Wednesday from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at Canadian Tire!

Sept 1 - Orangeville Fall Fair Car Show

Sat - Sep 01
  Co-ed Indoor Soccer Early Registration Date

Co-ed indoor rec soccer league - games will be 7 vs 7 soccer (*New for 2018/19).

Season starts Oct 24 to Mar 20 (excluding Oct 31, & Dec 27).

Wednesday nights 8-10 pm.

It goes at the Orangeville Athletic Sports Institute.

For more information you can click here.

Sun - Sep 02
  Mulmur Farmers' Market

You can shop for fresh local in-season berries and vegetables and much more. There are also crafters and artisan bakers.

It goes at the the Museum of Dufferin (MoD) at Hwy 89 and Airport Road.

It begins May 20 and runs until October 7 on Sundays from 12-4 p.m..

Wed - Sep 05
  Cruisin on First

The weekly Orangeville Classic and Custom Car Show and Cruise Nights are back! Starting May 24th, every Wednesday from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at Canadian Tire!

Sept 5 - Totally 80s (Prize for most 80s vehicle)

Wed - Sep 05
  Tech Help @ the Library

When: Wednesday September 5th, 2018, 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Where: Mill St Library

Drop in any time between 2 to 4 p.m. for individual technology help and demonstrations. Library staff will be available to provide hands on assistance to help you with tablets, iPads, computers and smartphones. Learn about tech trends and library resources while increasing your tech-knowledge. Bring in your own device, or you can learn with ours. 

No registration is required.

Thu - Sep 06
  Shelburne Farmers' Market

We Plant. We Grow. We Cook - Together! The Shelburne Farmers' Market is back for the 2018 season! The market will be every Thursday from 3-7pm at the corner of Owen Sound St & First Ave W in Shelburne, Ontario with the last market day of Thursday, October 4th. Fresh produce, live music, and more!

Sat - Sep 08
  Owen Sheardown Memorial Car Wash

Please join the Orangeville Fire Department at the Owen Sheardown Memorial Car Wash in benefit of the Sheardown Children. 

Owen Sheardown passed away earlier this year suddenly after a short, but courageous battle with cancer. Owen was a dedicated member of our Fire Department for 5 years and we miss his brilliant and funny personality very much. 

We thank you for sharing this event, we look forward to seeing new and familiar faces at the Fire Department Saturday, September 8th, from 9:00am-2:00pm for this amazing cause!

Please see our Facebook page for event information! https://www.facebook.com/events/282071652522014/

Sat - Sep 08
  Island Lake Conservation Area Invasive Species Removal

Join us at Island Lake Conservation Area to help us control the spread of invasive species and keep this conservation area healthy and beautiful.

Volunteer to remove invasive shrubs that are out growing our native plants that wildlife depend on.

All ages are welcome to participate. Please dress for the weather.

It goes Saturday September 8 from 9 a.m. to noon.

More information can be found here: https://cvc.ca/event/island-lake-conservation-area-invasive-species-removal/

Sat - Sep 08
  Memorial Car Wash

When: Sept 8 9-2pm

Where: Orangeville Fire Department

Please join the Orangeville Fire Department at the Owen Sheardown Memorial Car Wash in benefit of the Sheardown Children.

Owen Sheardown passed away earlier this year suddenly after a short, but courageous battle with cancer. Owen was a dedicated member of our Fire Department for 5 years and we miss his brilliant and funny personality very much.

We thank you for sharing this event, we look forward to seeing new and familiar faces!

Sat - Sep 08 -- Sun - Sep 09
  Hospice Dufferin 30th Anniversary Bucket List Bash

Hospice Dufferin welcomes our family of supporters to our 30th Anniversary Bucket List Bash Celebration! Please join us for an evening of cocktails and dining, unforgettable entertainment, and a silent auction. Tickets are $100 per person, and all proceeds will benefit the programs at Hospice Dufferin for individual and their families living with a life-limiting illnesses and bereavement. Celebrate life with us and join us in our mission to help our clients live life fully in the face of challenge!

It goes at the In memoriam Life Celebration Centre, 633419 ON-10, MonoON.

It's on September 8 from 6:00pm to September 9 at 1:00am.

Sat - Sep 08
  Orangeville Farmers' Market

Operating Saturday mornings from May to October the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features the best in fresh produce, fruits, locally raised meats, fish, flowers, home baked goods and unique artisan crafts. Spend time getting to know the vendors who lovingly grew the produce, created mouthwatering treats or crafted one of a kind pieces. Learn where your food is coming from, why you should be eating it and how you can prepare it to please even the pickiest eater at your table.

Located directly beside Town Hall on Second Street, the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features free weekly draws, live entertainment, special events and activities for the kids.

Sun - Sep 09
  Knights of Columbus Motorcycle Poker Run

The Knights of Columbus of Orangeville are hosting their 10th annual Charity Poker Ride & Silent Auction.

Since our first Charity Ride was held in September 2009, we have been able to raise approximately $200,000.00 to support people in need throughout Dufferin County.

More information can be found here.

Sun - Sep 09
  Caledon Walk for World Suicide Prevention Day

Where: 15924 Innis Lake Road, Caledon East (Caledon East Soccer Complex)

When: Sunday, September 9, 2018 - 10:00 am-12:00 pm

The Caledon Suicide Prevention Working Group will be hosting the Caledon Walk for World Suicide Prevention Day. Help raise awareness and join the walk to support suicide prevention.

Sun - Sep 09
  2018 Peel Region and Dufferin County Law Enforcement Torch Ride!

When: Sept 9 8-4PM

Where: Peel Regional Police Association Building (10675 Mississauga Rd., Brampton)

The Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Ride is a provincial fundraising motorcycle program directly benefiting over 25,000 Special Olympics Ontario athletes with an intellectual disability. The Peel/Dufferin Torch Ride partners police personnel from Orangeville, Shelburne and Peel Region who will accompany civilian riders on a scenic, leisurely ride north towards Shelburne before returning to Brampton for a BBQ lunch.

The 2018 Peel/Dufferin Ride will offer participants an opportunity for some great prizes and silent auction items.

For more information click here

Sun - Sep 09
  Autism Speaks Canada Orangeville Walk

Autism Speaks Canada Orangeville Walk aims to raise funds and spread autism awareness in our community. You can participate in many ways by donating, registering and participating in the walk, or having a table with resources.

It takes place at 11 Fendley Rd, OrangevilleON.

It goes on September 9 from 10:00am to 12:00pm.

 

Sun - Sep 09
  Peel-Dufferin Torch Ride for Special Olympics

The Peel-Dufferin Torch Ride for Special Olympics will be hosting it's 4th annual charity motorcycle ride benefitting the Special Olympics of Ontario! The ride will be about 250 kilometers long with 2 stops within Halton Hills, Caledon, and Dufferin County.

For more information you can click here: http://torchrideontario.com/rides/peeldufferin/

It takes place at the PRP Association Building on Sunday September 9 from 8am to 4pm.

Sun - Sep 09
  Mulmur Farmers' Market

You can shop for fresh local in-season berries and vegetables and much more. There are also crafters and artisan bakers.

It goes at the the Museum of Dufferin (MoD) at Hwy 89 and Airport Road.

It begins May 20 and runs until October 7 on Sundays from 12-4 p.m..

Mon - Sep 10
  Baseball Tournament for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dufferin

When: Sept 16

Where: Rotary Park

Join us for our Annual Baseball Tournament in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dufferin.

Entry fee is $320 per team.

Minimum 3 women per team.

Cash prizes of $500 for the winning team and $320 for the runner up.

45 Minute games or seven innings whichever comes first. Planned start time is 9 a.m.

Registration deadline is Monday September 10th 2018.

More information at www.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca/dufferin.

Tue - Sep 11
  Orangeville & District Horticultural Society Monthly Meeting

Please join Melanie Rekola as she talks about "Seven Deadly Sins and Weeding Out the Gardening Myths." 

There is also a flower show.

It takes place at the Orangeville Senior's Centre on September 11 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.

Wed - Sep 12
  Fall Rehearsals for Handel's Messiah

Starting Wednesday September 12 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:15 p.m., The Dufferin Concert Singers begin rehearsals for their December concerts of Handel's Messiah.

Location: Covenant Alliance Church, 3 Zina Street, Orangeville.

All singers welcomed.

You can click here for more information.

Wed - Sep 12
  Cruisin on First

The weekly Orangeville Classic and Custom Car Show and Cruise Nights are back! Starting May 24th, every Wednesday from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at Canadian Tire!

Sept 12 - Classic Truck Round-Up

Wed - Sep 12
  Stories from Sensory Bins

When: Wednesday September 12, 2018 from 10:15 - 11:30 a.m.

Where: Mill St Library

Join Shirley from EarlyON Dufferin for an exciting new program filled with materials and objects selected to stimulate the senses including sand, water, and goop. Sensory play provides early literacy opportunities to extend favourite stories and create new ones.

Please contact EarlyON to register : 519-941-6991 Ext. 2205

Thu - Sep 13
  Club Art @ the Library

When: Thursday September 13, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Where: Mill St Library

Free open studio drop in night. Some art materials provided. Make Art. Make Friends. Have Fun!

All ages welcome - Kids 8 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Thu - Sep 13
  Shelburne Farmers' Market

We Plant. We Grow. We Cook - Together! The Shelburne Farmers' Market is back for the 2018 season! The market will be every Thursday from 3-7pm at the corner of Owen Sound St & First Ave W in Shelburne, Ontario with the last market day of Thursday, October 4th. Fresh produce, live music, and more!

Thu - Sep 13
  Vintage Eats

The Museum of Dufferin (MoD) will be presenting the culinary history of Dufferin County. It will highlight favourite recipes and images from the archival collection.

It takes place at the Mill Street Public Library from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

**Note** - the regular Archivist on the Road drop-in program will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on this day.

Thu - Sep 13
  Orangeville Probus September Meeting

The Probus Club of Orangeville meets Thursday, September, 13 at 10am at the Orangeville Agricultural Centre.

The speaker will be Wayne Townsend from MoD (Museum of Dufferin).

His topic will be "Quirky Characters from Dufferin County's Past."

Fri - Sep 14
  Teen Advisory Group

When: Friday September 14, 2018  from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.

Where: Mill St Library

Have your say and help shape your library! Earn community service hours while enjoying fun activities and food!

Ages 13+

Fri - Sep 14 -- Sun - Sep 16
  Auditions Disney's Beauty and the Beast

Orangeville Music Theatre will be holding auditions on September 14, 15, & 16 for Disney's Beauty and the Beast.

We are casting Adults and a small youth ensemble.

Be a part of the magic, audition today!

Visit our website for audition details www.orangevillemusictheatre.com

Sat - Sep 15
  Orangeville Farmers' Market

Operating Saturday mornings from May to October the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features the best in fresh produce, fruits, locally raised meats, fish, flowers, home baked goods and unique artisan crafts. Spend time getting to know the vendors who lovingly grew the produce, created mouthwatering treats or crafted one of a kind pieces. Learn where your food is coming from, why you should be eating it and how you can prepare it to please even the pickiest eater at your table.

Located directly beside Town Hall on Second Street, the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features free weekly draws, live entertainment, special events and activities for the kids.

Sat - Sep 15
  Orangeville Rotary Fall Fest

The First Annual Rotary Fall Fest is coming up September 15th.

After 3 successful fundraising events called the Giant Rotary Golf Ball Drop, the Rotary Club of Orangeville has decided to incorporate that event into an "end of summer" community festival.

The Rotary Fall Fest at Lynbrook Family Golf Centre, is a family day of golf, mini putt, a spectacular pig roast, a concert performance by the Campfire Poets and of course, the Golf Ball Drop.

The event runs from 2:30pm to 7:30pm.

For those interested in a longer day with some golf included, an additional golf package is available that includes 9 holes of golf and a BBQ, beginning at 11am, plus access to the Beer Tent and one set of music by the Campfire Poets.

Visit our website for more information: www.rotaryfallfest.com

Sat - Sep 15
  Headwaters Health Care Foundation's 4th Annual Tour de Headwaters

When: Sept. 15 7 a.m.

Where: Lloyd Wilson Arena, Inglewood

On Saturday, September 15th, 2018 Headwaters Health Care Foundation will be hosting the 4th Annual cycle event through the picturesque Hills of Headwaters.

The fundraising goal for this year is $50,000 which will be designated for the purchase of medical equipment.

NEW for 2018! For every $100 you raise in pledges your name will go into a draw to win "The Ultimate Headwaters Weekend" for 2. This package includes: lunch at Ray's 3rd Generation, overnight accommodations and dinner at Hockley Valley Resort, wine tasting at Adamo Winery, tour and beer tasting at GoodLot Brewery and breakfast at Hockley Valley General Store. We hope this encourages all of you to get fundraising! Good luck!

Riders: Choose a 101.5K or 50K Road Route or a 25K Family Friendly Trail Route

Ride Start/Finish: Lloyd Wilson Memorial Arena

Post Event BBQ: Caledon Hills Cycling

Sat - Sep 15
  Free Family Fun Fair

Games, prizes, face painting, bouncy castle, draws for amazing family night fun packs and more! A great way for your family to get out and have fun for free!

It goes on Saturday September 15 from 10-2 p.m..

It's being put on by the Salvation Army.

More information can be found here: http://newhopecommunitychurch.ca

Sat - Sep 15
  We Walk the Line - Tribute to Johnny Cash

It goes at the Orangeville Opera House on September 15 from 7:30 to 10 p.m..

More information can be found here.

Sat - Sep 15
  Family Movie Matinee - Coco

Bring the whole family to enjoy a weekend movie screening of Coco.

No registration is required.

Movie starts at 2 p.m. at Mill St Library on Saturday September 15, 2018.

Sun - Sep 16
  Orangeville Terry Fox Run

When: Sept. 16

Where: Island Lake

Run Day Details

Registration: 8:30 am
Open Start: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

What to bring: Water bottle to refill

Refreshments and snacks will be provided

Route Information

Bicycle, Unicycle, Stroller, Rollerblade, and Wheelchair accessible. Dogs must be on-leash
Route distance: 5 km and 10 km
 
To donate: terryfox.ca
Sun - Sep 16
  Mulmur Farmers' Market

You can shop for fresh local in-season berries and vegetables and much more. There are also crafters and artisan bakers.

It goes at the the Museum of Dufferin (MoD) at Hwy 89 and Airport Road.

It begins May 20 and runs until October 7 on Sundays from 12-4 p.m..

Mon - Sep 17 -- Sun - Sep 23
  Smile Cookie Week @ Orangeville Tim Hortons

Sept 17-23

Orangeville Tim Hortons Locations

Buy a Smile Cookie and support Headwaters Health Care Foundation

Your full $1 goes to HHCF

Tue - Sep 18
  PAWS to Read @ Alder

Children love to cozy up and read to a four legged friend from Therapeutic Paws of Canada. Each child reserves a 15 minute time slot each week to read aloud to a trained therapy dog. Sessions are free. Register by email with Cheryl at cmgatt@hotmail.com.

It goes at the Orangeville Public Library on Alder Street from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.

This program is also offered on Wednesday at the Mill Street Library.

Tue - Sep 18
  Municipal Election Forum

On September 18th from 6-9:30pm, the Dufferin Board of Trade is hosting a Meet & Greet from 6-7pm.

3 Minute Councillor Introductions starting at 7pm.

Moderated Q & A for Mayor & Deputy Mayor from 7:30-9:30pm.

Tue - Sep 18
  Ready to Read with Babies @ Alder

Enjoy the fun of knee bounces and tickle rhymes with your baby. Songs, rhymes, and books will help to get your baby excited about getting ready to read.

A great way to meet other new parents in the community. There is time to socialize after the program.

This ECRR program is offered as a free drop-in. No registration is required.

It goes at the Orangeville Public Library at Alder Street from 1:30pm to 2:15pm.

Tue - Sep 18
  Orange thREADs

Do you love to knit, crochet or cross-stitch? Orange thREADs is a monthly stitchery group that lets you share your passion for reading and crafty creations. Relax with your latest project while sharing in an informal conversation about books.

Join this lively group for good conversation and project ideas. New members are always welcome.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library from 1:00pm to 2:30pm.

Tue - Sep 18
  Ready to Read with Everyone @ Alder

Share books, rhymes, songs, and a variety of fun activities with your young ones as they develop early literacy skills and a love of books and reading.

This ECRR program is offered as a free drop-in. No registration is required.

It goes at the Orangeville Public Library on Alder Street from 10:15am to 11:00am.

Tue - Sep 18
  Drum Circle Lessons

Drum Circle Lessons take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in front of Orangeville Town Hall.

The lessons are free. Bring a drum and a seat or something soft to sit on.

It goes from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m..

You can contact That ArtGuru at coffeyadam007@gmail.com for more information.

Wed - Sep 19
  2018 Municipal Election Forum - Shelburne

On September 19th from 7-9pm, the Dufferin Board of Trade is hosting an all candidate Meet & Greet forum at the Grace Tipling Hall.

3 Minute Candidate Introductions will be starting at 8:00pm

Wed - Sep 19 -- Sun - Sep 23
  True Confessions From the Ninth Concession

True Confessions From the Ninth Concession is a loving and humorous look at rural life in story and song. 

Dan Needles is a familiar face to Theatre Orangeville audiences, having penned the entire Wingfield Farm series. In 2003 he won the Leacock Medal for Humour. Dan joins Ian Bell, folksinger, storyteller and founding performer of CBC's Vinyl Café, to take you on a ramble through the back roads of rural and small town Ontario with stories, songs and lots of laughter.

Wed - Sep 19
  Paws to Read @ Mill

Children love to cozy up and read to a four legged friend from Therapeutic Paws of Canada. Each child reserves a 15 minute time slot each week to read aloud to a trained therapy dog. Sessions are free. Register by email with Cheryl at cmgatt@hotmail.com For ages 12 and under.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library from 4:30pm to 5:30pm.

This program is also offered on Tuesday at Alder Street.

Wed - Sep 19
  Coffee, Conversation & Books with Diane Bator

This event features local self-published author Diane Bator.

It takes place at the Jelly Craft Bakery at 7 p.m.

Diane has written assorted short stories, murder mysteries, and YA novellas.

Her first murder mystery, Murder on Manitou, was published after winning a writing contest in 2010. In 2016, Diane was nominated for Established Artist of the Year at Orangeville’s Celebration of the Arts.

To register you can email Jade Noble: jnoble@shelburnelibrary.ca.

Refreshments provided.

Wed - Sep 19
  Cruisin on First

The weekly Orangeville Classic and Custom Car Show and Cruise Nights are back! Starting May 24th, every Wednesday from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at Canadian Tire!

Sept 19 - Last Cruise Night of the Season

Thu - Sep 20
  Mulmur Municipal Election Forum

On Thursday September 20 from 7-9pm, the Dufferin Board of Trade is hosting an all candidate meet-and-greet forum at the North Dufferin Community Centre. 

Meet & Greet from 7:00pm - 9:00pm.

3 Minute Candidate Introductions will be starting at 8:00pm.

Thu - Sep 20
  100+ Women Who Care Caledon

When: Sept 20 7-9pm

Where: Caledon Ski Club, West Lodge

100+ Women Who Care Caledon will be getting together for their quarterly meeting on Thursday September 20th. If you have a passion for supporting those in need in our community please visit our website at www.100womenwhocarecaledon to sign up and join the other 100+ women in Caledon.

Thu - Sep 20
  Shelburne Farmers' Market

We Plant. We Grow. We Cook - Together! The Shelburne Farmers' Market is back for the 2018 season! The market will be every Thursday from 3-7pm at the corner of Owen Sound St & First Ave W in Shelburne, Ontario with the last market day of Thursday, October 4th. Fresh produce, live music, and more!

Thu - Sep 20
  Drum Circle Lessons

Drum Circle Lessons take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in front of Orangeville Town Hall.

The lessons are free. Bring a drum and a seat or something soft to sit on.

It goes from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m..

You can contact That ArtGuru at coffeyadam007@gmail.com for more information.

Thu - Sep 20
  100+ Women Who Care Caledon

When: Sept 20 7-9pm

Where: Caledon Ski Club, West Lodge

100+ Women Who Care Caledon will be getting together for their quarterly meeting on Thursday September 20th. If you have a passion for supporting those in need in our community please visit our website at www.100womenwhocarecaledon to sign up and join the other 100+ women in Caledon.

Thu - Sep 20
  Ready to Read with Babies @ Mill

Enjoy the fun of knee bounces and tickle rhymes with your baby. Songs, rhymes, and books will help to get your baby excited about getting ready to read.

A great way to meet other new parents in the community. There is time to socialize after the program.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library from 1:30pm to 2:15pm.

Thu - Sep 20
  Ready to Read with Everyone @ Mill

Share books, rhymes, songs, and a variety of fun activities with your young ones as they develop early literacy skills and a love of books and reading.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library from 10:15am to 11:00am.

Fri - Sep 21 -- Sun - Sep 23
  Grand Valley Fall Fair

This year it's the 146th annual Fall Fair in Grand Valley.

It goes from September 21-23 at the Grand Valley Fairgrounds.

More information can be found by clicking here.

 

Fri - Sep 21
  Shelburne Blood Donor Clinic

Roll up your sleeve and use your power to give life by donating blood.

Book your appointment online at www.blood.ca or by calling 1-888-2DONATE.

It goes at the Centre Dufferin Rec Complex on September 21 from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.

Fri - Sep 21
  Kids Night Out

Sign your kids up for a our Kids Night Out program. Your kids will have ablast participating in games, dinner, and fun activities. Dinner & Snack Included!

The Champion of the Courts - Squash, Tennis, Badminton takes place on September 21 from 5:30 to 8:30pm.

Ages 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12 are welcome.

Fee: $25.00

Sat - Sep 22
  Writer’s Craft with Marilyn Kleiber: Creating Great Characters

This is a full day workshop where those who attend will learn how to research for and build characters in their writing and how to use dialogue to make them come alive. 

Pre-registration for this workshop is required.

Please email infolibrary@orangeville.ca or call 519-941-0610 ext. 5230 to reserve your spot today. 

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library from 10:00am to 3:00pm.

Sat - Sep 22
  Rummage Sale

Large rummage sale. Very inexpensive used clothing.

It goes Saturday Sepetmber 22 and Saturday Sepetember 29 from 9-12 p.m. at High Country United Church, 346255 15 Sideroad Mono, ON.

Sat - Sep 22
  BBQ Fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters

When: Sept 22 10-3 pm

Where: Zehrs Orangeville

Zehrs in Orangeville is hosting a BBQ fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Sat - Sep 22
  Orangeville Friends For Life! Walk

This is a major fundraiser for the Ontario SPCA and its affiliates.

It goes at Island Lake from 10:00am to 2:00pm.

For more information you can go here: http://support.ontariospca.ca/site/TR?fr_id=2139&pg=entry

Sat - Sep 22
  Orangeville Farmers' Market

Operating Saturday mornings from May to October the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features the best in fresh produce, fruits, locally raised meats, fish, flowers, home baked goods and unique artisan crafts. Spend time getting to know the vendors who lovingly grew the produce, created mouthwatering treats or crafted one of a kind pieces. Learn where your food is coming from, why you should be eating it and how you can prepare it to please even the pickiest eater at your table.

Located directly beside Town Hall on Second Street, the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features free weekly draws, live entertainment, special events and activities for the kids.

Sun - Sep 23
  Mulmur Farmers' Market

You can shop for fresh local in-season berries and vegetables and much more. There are also crafters and artisan bakers.

It goes at the the Museum of Dufferin (MoD) at Hwy 89 and Airport Road.

It begins May 20 and runs until October 7 on Sundays from 12-4 p.m..

Sun - Sep 23
  Ferguson Memorial Walk

The walk is in memory of Heidi Lee Ferguson.

The 5K walk at Island Lake will raise funds for Family Transition Place.

There will also be a raffle, silent auction, bbq, and refreshments.

For more information you can head over to the website: www.fergusonmemorialwalk.com

It goes from 9:30am to 4:00pm.

Mon - Sep 24
  Tween Club @ Mill

A monthly after school club dedicated to all things tween. Fun DIY activities, games, crafts and more.

This drop-in program for ages 8 to 12 years requires no registration.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library from 4:00pm to 5:00pm.

Tue - Sep 25
  Ready to Read with Everyone @ Alder

Share books, rhymes, songs, and a variety of fun activities with your young ones as they develop early literacy skills and a love of books and reading.

This ECRR program is offered as a free drop-in. No registration is required.

It goes at the Orangeville Public Library at Alder Street from 10:15am to 11:00am.

Tue - Sep 25
  Drum Circle Lessons

Drum Circle Lessons take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in front of Orangeville Town Hall.

The lessons are free. Bring a drum and a seat or something soft to sit on.

It goes from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m..

You can contact That ArtGuru at coffeyadam007@gmail.com for more information.

Tue - Sep 25
  Mono Municipal Election Forum

On Tuesday September 25 from 7-99pm, the Dufferin Board of Trade is hosting an all Mono candidate meet-and-greet forum at the Monora Park Pavilion. 
 
Meet & Greet from 7:00pm - 9:00pm.

3 Minute Candidate Introductions will be starting at 8:00pm.

Tue - Sep 25
  Thriving in the Teen/Tween Years

Thriving in the Teen/Tween Years

Many parents dread the teen years and worry that they will no longer be an influence in their children's lives. It doesn't have to be like that. Learn tips and effective parenting skills. Develop good communication, conflict-resolution, and problem-solving skills to ensure a stronger bond with your child and smooth the journey through these rocky years.

This is a two-part workshop that takes place on September 25 and October 2 at Princess Elizabeth Public School, 51 Elizabeth Street.

Registration is required.

For more information you can click here: https://www.dpsn.ca/

Tue - Sep 25
  Ready to Read with Babies @ Alder

Enjoy the fun of knee bounces and tickle rhymes with your baby. Songs, rhymes, and books will help to get your baby excited about getting ready to read.

A great way to meet other new parents in the community. There is time to socialize after the program.

This ECRR program is offered as a free drop-in. No registration is required.

It goes at the Orangeville Public Library from 1:30pm to 2:15pm.

Wed - Sep 26
  Orangeville and District Seniors Centre 30th Anniversary

Orangeville and District Seniors Centre will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary on Wednesday September 26 by holding an open house from 1-4pm.

All are welcome to check out our maned displays that showcase the activities and programs we offer to all seniors over 55 from Orangeville and all surrounding towns and townships.

There will be light refreshments, entertainment, and door prizes.

Dignitaries and special guests will be speaking all at 2pm.

Wed - Sep 26
  Amaranth Municipal Election Forum

On Wednesday September 26 from 7-9pm, the Dufferin Board of Trade is hosting an all Amaranth candidate meet-and-greet forum at the Amaranth Town Hall.

Meet & Greet from 7:00pm - 9:00pm.

3 Minute Candidate Introductions will be starting at 8:00pm.

Wed - Sep 26
  Divorce Care Seminar/Support Group

Don't go through separation or divorce alone.

12 week practical sessions to navigate the emotional waters of family breakdown.

Caring leaders. Expert advice. Discover hope for rebuilding your life.

Begins Wednesday Sept 26. 7-8.30 pm

Thu - Sep 27
  Ready to Read with Everyone @ Mill

Share books, rhymes, songs, and a variety of fun activities with your young ones as they develop early literacy skills and a love of books and reading.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library from 10:15am to 11:00am.

Thu - Sep 27
  Drum Circle Lessons

Drum Circle Lessons take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in front of Orangeville Town Hall.

The lessons are free. Bring a drum and a seat or something soft to sit on.

It goes from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m..

You can contact That ArtGuru at coffeyadam007@gmail.com for more information.

Thu - Sep 27
  Ready to Read with Babies @ Mill

Enjoy the fun of knee bounces and tickle rhymes with your baby. Songs, rhymes, and books will help to get your baby excited about getting ready to read.

A great way to meet other new parents in the community. There is time to socialize after the program.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library from 1:30pm to 2:15pm.

Thu - Sep 27
  Shelburne Farmers' Market

We Plant. We Grow. We Cook - Together! The Shelburne Farmers' Market is back for the 2018 season! The market will be every Thursday from 3-7pm at the corner of Owen Sound St & First Ave W in Shelburne, Ontario with the last market day of Thursday, October 4th. Fresh produce, live music, and more!

Thu - Sep 27
  Celebration of the Arts

The annual Celebration of the Arts event is hosted by the Town of Orangeville's Arts and Culture Committee, where the Arts and Culture Awards will be presented.

It goes from 7pm to 9pm at the Orangeville Opera House.

Thu - Sep 27
  Club Art @ the Library

When: Thursday September 27, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Where: Mill St Library

Free open studio drop in night. Some art materials provided. Make Art. Make Friends. Have Fun!

All ages welcome - Kids 8 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Fri - Sep 28 -- Sun - Sep 30
  Culture Days

Celebrate art and cultural groups within the Town of Orangeville during Culture Days.

This annual event takes place from September 28-30.

These three days will be filled with free events about arts and culture in our community.

Culture Days takes place in hundreds of cities and towns throughout the country.

For more information you can click here.

Sat - Sep 29
  Dufferin Paramedic Service Celebrating 50 Years

When: Sept 29 11-1pm

Where: 325 Blind Line Orangeville, ON

Dufferin County Paramedic Services is celebrating 50 years with a community BBQ and open house! Come on out for family fun activities, face painting, a bouncy castle, ambulance tours and much more!

 
 
Sat - Sep 29
  Dufferin Paramedic Service Celebrating 50 Years

When: Sept 29 11-1pm

Where: 325 Blind Line Orangeville, ON

Dufferin County Paramedic Services is celebrating 50 years with a community BBQ and open house! Come on out for family fun activities, face painting, a bouncy castle, ambulance tours and much more!

 
 
Sat - Sep 29
  Dufferin Farm Tour

The Dufferin Town And Country Farm Tour was started in 2000 and is hosted one Saturday each year in the fall. The annual tour gives participants an opportunity to see and experience farming and agri-business first-hand, with hosts and volunteers on hand to talk about their operation and guide you around.

More information can be found by clicking here: http://dufferinfarmtour.com//

Sat - Sep 29
  Rummage Sale

Large rummage sale. Very inexpensive used clothing.

It goes Saturday Sepetmber 22 and Saturday Sepetember 29 from 9-12 p.m. at High Country United Church, 346255 15 Sideroad Mono, ON.

Sat - Sep 29
  Orangeville Farmers' Market

Operating Saturday mornings from May to October the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features the best in fresh produce, fruits, locally raised meats, fish, flowers, home baked goods and unique artisan crafts. Spend time getting to know the vendors who lovingly grew the produce, created mouthwatering treats or crafted one of a kind pieces. Learn where your food is coming from, why you should be eating it and how you can prepare it to please even the pickiest eater at your table.

Located directly beside Town Hall on Second Street, the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features free weekly draws, live entertainment, special events and activities for the kids.

Sat - Sep 29
  Hazardous and Electronic Waste Event

Hazardous wastes and electronics contain substances that can be harmful to human health and the environment. It is very important that we keep these materials of out the landfill. See web site for a list of acceptable materials.

Town of Orangeville Operations Centre:
Sat Oct 27 - 8am-3pm

Primrose Operations Centre:
Sat Sep 29 - 9am-3pm

Sun - Sep 30
  Mulmur Farmers' Market

You can shop for fresh local in-season berries and vegetables and much more. There are also crafters and artisan bakers.

It goes at the the Museum of Dufferin (MoD) at Hwy 89 and Airport Road.

It begins May 20 and runs until October 7 on Sundays from 12-4 p.m..