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Fri - Jun 29 -- Sun - Jul 01
  Orangeville Music Theatre's Wizard of Oz

When: June 29

Where: Orangeville Opera House

Dorothy Gale, a young girl living on a Kansas farm with her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, dreams of escaping her mundane life (“Over The Rainbow“). The family’s mean neighbor, Miss Gulch, threatens to impound Dorothy’s cherished dog, Toto, so Dorothy and Toto run away. Suddenly they get caught in a Tornado that transports them to the land of Oz.

https://www.orangevillemusictheatre.com/

Sun - Jul 01
  Canada Day in Shelburne

When: July 1 3-11pm

Where: Fiddle Park

fireworks; bouncy castles; GT train; food; music; beer tent; vendor market; dufferin county museum interactive games and more!

Sun - Jul 01
  30th Caledon Canada Day Strawberry Festival

Where: Caledon Fairgrounds

When: July 1 8-4pm

Free admission; Free Birthday Cake and Balloons at Noon; Classic Car Show; All Day Strawberry Breakfast; BBQ, and Strawberry Desserts; Vendors Village;Village Craft Show

Sun - Jul 01
  Canada Day Orangeville

Bring your national pride to Orangeville as the community celebrates Canada Day on Sunday, July 1. Enjoy free, Canadian-inspired activities and entertainment at the Alder Recreation Centre at 275 Alder Street from 12-5 p.m. and enjoy the fireworks show over Island Lake at 10 p.m.

During the afternoon, at the Alder Recreation Centre, residents and visitors can join a range of activities, including birthday cake at 12:30 p.m., a Much Video Dance Fun Zone, three free public swims (12, 1:45 and 3:30 p.m.), face painting, balloon twisting, airbrush tattoos, photo booth, Canada-themed colouring page, and inflatables on the arena floors.

Over at Island Lake, for the fireworks show, admission to the conservation area is free after 9 p.m. or the fireworks can be viewed from the west side of Highway 10 at various locations. The Campfire Poets will perform at the Amphitheatre at Island Lake from 6:30-9 p.m. Regular park admission applies until 9 p.m. (adults, $5.31; children (6-14), $2.65; seniors (60 and over), $4.20; maximum charge per vehicle of up to six people, $22.12; members are admitted free). Snack concessions will be available. Admission is free after 9 p.m., although donations will be accepted. Fireworks will be set off from the south dam and the conservation area closes after the fireworks conclude.

Sun - Jul 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.

Tue - Jul 03
  Ready, Set… READ!

The Ready Set Read program is designed to teach parents how to sustain reading skills over the summer in a fun and interactive environment. Each week, for six weeks, a teacher from the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board will model a variety of reading comprehension strategies.

This program is open to all children in Grades 1 to 3 and requires no registration

It takes place at the Alder Street Library program room on July 3 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.

Tue - Jul 03
  Every Child Ready to Read with Babies

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. Infants up to 12 months.

It goes on July 3 from 1:30pm to 2:15pm.

Wed - Jul 04
  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!

July 4 - Mopar Mingle

Wed - Jul 04
  TD Kids Club

Join us to create, tinker and explore! Each week there will be a different activity to discover.

Ages 5 - 7 years old are welcome.

No registration is required.

It goes July 4 from 10:30am to 11:30am at the Mill Street Library.

Wed - Jul 04
  Family Create n’ Craft

Come in each week to discover what new materials and supplies are in the program room to build and create with. Let your imagination run free!

Please note, this program is not supervised. Children should be accompanied by an adult.

Drop in anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

All ages are welcome.

It goes July 4 from 10:00am to 2:00pm at the Alder Public Library.

Wed - Jul 04
  Tech Help at the Library

Drop in to the Mill Street Library on Wednesday July 4 at anytime between 2 to 4 p.m. for individual technology help.

Library staff will be available to provide hands on assistance to help you with tablets, iPads, computers and smartphones.

Learn about tech trends and new library resources.

Thu - Jul 05
  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 - Jul 05
  TD Tween Club @ Mill

It’s all things Tween! DIY, comics, games, art & science – something new each week.

Ages 8-12 are welcome.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 5 from 1:30pm to 3:00pm.

Thu - Jul 05
  Teen Meet & Munch Book Club

Join members of the Teen Advisory Group for book talks, fun challenges & prizes at this summer’s Teen Meet n’ Munch Book Club.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 5 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm.

Thu - Jul 05
  Travelling Tales - Every Kids Park

Travelling Tales will be at a different community location each week on Thursday. If the weather is inclement, this program will take place in Storyland at the Mill St. Library.

Let’s visit the beach in our imaginations with stories, songs, rhymes and parachute fun! 

Location: Every Kids Park - 30 Lawrence Ave. (Parking located at Townline entrance)

It goes July 5 10:15am to 11:00am.

Thu - Jul 05
  Club Art @ the 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.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 5 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Fri - Jul 06
  Hansen High Density Awareness Group Meeting

The Hansen High Density Awareness Group has changed the location for its meetings in order to accommodate an increased number of interested people. The next meeting will be held on July 6, at 7:00pm in the meeting room at Meridian Credit Union (side entrance to the building). Come out and learn about some of the ways the development could affect you, your health, and your taxes.

Sat - Jul 07
  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 - Jul 07
  Alexandra Taylor's 4th Annual Lemonade Stand for Sick Kids

When: July 7 (Rain Date: July 8)

Where: 44 Mill Street in Hillsburgh

Alexandra Taylor is holding her 4th Annual Lemonade Stand for Sick Kids on Saturday, July 7th 2018.

Last year she raised $1,000.

All the profits will go to the ophthalmology department at Sick Kids hospital.

Sat - Jul 07
  4th Annual Lemonade Stand for Sick Kids

When: July 7th

Where: 44 Mill Street in Hillsburgh

Alexandra Taylor, is holding her 4th Annual Lemonade Stand for Sick Kids on Saturday, July 7th 2018. (Rain date Sunday, July 8th).

Last year Alexandra raised $1,000. 

All the profits will go to the ophthalmology department at Sick Kids hospital.

Sun - Jul 08
  Football Fun Fest Fundraiser

On July 8th from 9am to 3pm the Orangeville Outlaws are having their 2nd annual Football Fun Fest Fundraiser.

If you want good music, amazing vendors, and famously good burgers made by no other than Dave Simpson and of course FOOTBALL, come on down and have some fun.

If you would like to sponsor the event or be a vendor you can contact us at www.orangevilleoutlaws.com.

Proceeds will be going to Choices Youth Shelter here in Orangeville.

Mon - Jul 09 -- Fri - Jul 13
  The GO Project Children's Camp

Looking for something fun to do this summer? Join us for a week of community outreach, games, crafts, and fun at High Country United Church just outside Orangeville.

For 5 days, children from Grade 2 to 7, are invited to participate in The GO Project Children's Adventure Camp happening from July 9-13.

Cost is only $125/camper.

Tue - Jul 10
  Every Child Ready to Read with Babies

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. It's for infants up to 12 months.

It goes at the Alder Public Library on July 10 from 1:30pm to 2:15pm.

Tue - Jul 10
  Ready, Set… READ!

The Ready Set Read program is designed to teach parents how to sustain reading skills over the summer in a fun and interactive environment. Each week, for six weeks, a teacher from the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board will model a variety of reading comprehension strategies.

This program is open to all children in Grades 1 to 3 and requires no registration.

It takes place at the Alder Street Library program room on July 10 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.

Wed - Jul 11
  Family Create n’ Craft

Come in each week to discover what new materials and supplies are in the program room to build and create with.

Please note, this program is not supervised. Children should be accompanied by an adult.

You can drop in anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

All ages are welcome.

It goes July 11 at the Alder Street Public Library.

Wed - Jul 11
  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!

July 11 - Snake Bitten (Cobras/Vipers/Shelbys)

Wed - Jul 11
  TD Kids Club

Join us to create, tinker and explore! Each week there will be a different activity to discover.

Ages 5 - 7 years are welcome.

No registration is required.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 11 from 10:30am to 11:30am.

Thu - Jul 12
  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 - Jul 12
  Orangeville Probus Meeting

The Probus Club of Orangeville meets Thursday July 12th at 10 am at the Orangeville Agricultural Centre.

CEO of Headwaters Health Care Centre (HHCC) Stacey Daub will be speaking at the meeting.

Thu - Jul 12
  TD Tween Club @ Mill

It’s all things Tween! DIY, comics, games, art & science – something new each week.

Ages 8-12 are welcome.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 12 from 1:30pm to 3:00pm.

Thu - Jul 12
  Archivist on the Road

Discover your community and family history with archival assistance from the Dufferin County Museum and Archives with this monthly drop-in.

No registration is required. Drop in between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Questions on a first come, first serve basis.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 12 from 10:00am to 5:00pm.

Thu - Jul 12
  Travelling Tales in Storyland @ Mill

Fire Prevention Officer Kelly is back for another great storytime all about our friendly firefighters!

Travelling Tales will be at a different community location each week on Thursday.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 12 from 10:15am to 11:00am.

Fri - Jul 13
  Teen Advisory Group

Have your say and help shape your library!

Earn community service hours while enjoying fun activities and food!

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 13 from 4:00pm to 5:30pm.

Sat - Jul 14
  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 - Jul 14
  Islandpalooza 2018

It's the 2nd Annual Islandpalooza Music Festival.

This FREE event will include local vendors, food trucks, a beer tent, and some amazingly talented local musicians!

It goes at Island Lake Conservation Area on July 14 3:00pm to 7:30pm.

Tue - Jul 17
  Farming Under 40 Free BBQ Dufferin-Wellington District

The CFFO believes that today's youngfarmers are the source of tomorrow's flourishing agricuultural sector.

This is a great opportunity to get to know each other, eat delicious food, and celebrate what we do for a living.

Magic show and bouncy castle for the kids. Guest speaker from FCC and CASE International for the adults.

Free for young farmers and farm families! Tickets are limited. Register soon.

Bring your tractor! Bring your truck! Prizes for best in show.

Register your vehicle with the office: call 1-855-800-0306.

It goes Tuesday July 17 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Grand Valley Agricultural Society.

Tue - Jul 17
  Ready, Set… READ!

The Ready Set Read program is designed to teach parents how to sustain reading skills over the summer in a fun and interactive environment. Each week, for six weeks, a teacher from the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board will model a variety of reading comprehension strategies.

This program is open to all children in Grades 1 to 3 and requires no registration

It takes place at the Alder Street Library program room on July 17 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.

Tue - Jul 17
  Orange thREADs

Do you love to knit, crochet, or cross-stitch?

Come to the Orangeville Public Library’s monthly stitchery group to share your latest projects and have an informal conversation about some good books.

No registration required. Light refreshments are provided.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 17 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm.

Wed - Jul 18
  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!

July 18 - Groovy 60s - Bullit Reunion (Mustangs & Chargers)

Wed - Jul 18
  Family Create n’ Craft

Come in each week to discover what new materials and supplies are in the program room to build and create with.

Please note, this program is not supervised. Children should be accompanied by an adult.

You can drop in anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

All ages are welcome.

It goes at the Alder Street Library on July 18.

Wed - Jul 18
  TD Kids Club

Join us to create, tinker and explore! Each week there will be a different activity to discover.

Ages 5 - 7 years old are welcome.

No registration is required. 

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 18 from 10:30am to 11:30am.

Thu - Jul 19
  TD Tween Club @ Mill

It’s all things Tween! DIY, comics, games, art & science – something new each week.

Ages 8-12 are welcome.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 19 from 1:30pm to 3:00pm.

Thu - Jul 19
  Club Art @ the 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.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 19 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Thu - Jul 19
  Travelling Tales - Edelbrock Centre

Travelling tales will be at a different community location each week on Thursday. If the weather is inclement, this program will take place in Storyland at the Mill St. Library.

Rah, rah, radishes red and white. Carrots are calling, take a bite! Join us in the community garden for more fun songs and stories about fruits and veggies!

Location: The Community Garden at Edelbrock Centre - 30 Centre St., Orangeville

It goes on July 19 from 10:15am to 11:00am.

Thu - Jul 19
  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!

Fri - Jul 20 -- Sun - Jul 22
  EQUUS Film Festival Headwaters Canada Tour

When: July 20-22

Where: Orangeville Opera House

Headwaters Tourism is proud to announce that the Headwaters region of Ontario will be the first and only Canadian stop of the highly acclaimed EQUUS Film Festival. On July 20-22, 2018, the historic Town Hall Opera House in downtown Orangeville will serve as the main stage venue for 19 films from across the world, celebrating the horse and the art of film-making.

Fri - Jul 20 -- Sun - Jul 22
  Orangeville Rotary Ribfest

When: July 20-22

Where: Alder Street Recreation Centre

Welcome to the Orangeville Rotary Ribfest! 2018 marks the 9th anniversary of this great community event. Our six fabulous ribbers will be serving up thousands of mouth-watering-barbecued-fall-off-the-bone-get-your-hands-messy ribs. Barbequed ribs, a beer tent, continuous live-entertainment on the big stage-there's no better way to celebrate summer in Orangeville! Admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted at the gate. 2018's event will be at the Alder Street Rec Centre from July 20 - 22. Hope to see you there!

All funds raised at Ribfest support Rotary projects and services right here in the community like the splashpad in Fendley Park, the Rotary gazebo on the Island Lake Trail, the Rotary Way bike route, the exciting intergenerational GrandPals program, Community Living Dufferin and the Orangeville Food Bank. Thank-you Orangeville! We could not provide SERVICE ABOVE SELF without your tremendous support. We're looking forward to welcoming you back to the 9th annual Orangeville Rotary Ribfest in 2018!

101.5 myFM will be live on location on Saturday!

Sat - Jul 21
  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 - Jul 21
  Family Movie Matinee - Black Panther

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

No registration is required.

Movie starts at 2 p.m. Please note this film is rated - PG 13.

It takes place at the Mill Street Public Library July 21 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

Sat - Jul 21
  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!

July 21 - Special Show at Orangeville Ribfest

Tue - Jul 24
  A&W presents Zumba for MS

A&W presents Zumba for MS Tuesday July 24 from 7pm until 8pm in the Parking lot at A&W.

Cost is by donation with all money going to MS Society.

For more info call Ernestine @ 519-427-3919 or Victoria @ 519-429-3215.

Tue - Jul 24
  Ready, Set… READ!

The Ready Set Read program is designed to teach parents how to sustain reading skills over the summer in a fun and interactive environment. Each week, for six weeks, a teacher from the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board will model a variety of reading comprehension strategies.

This program is open to all children in Grades 1 to 3 and requires no registration

It takes place at the Alder Street Library program room on July 24 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.

Tue - Jul 24
  Every Child Ready to Read with Babies

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. Infants up to 12 months.

It goes at the Alder Street Public Library on July 24 from 1:30pm to 2:15pm.

Wed - Jul 25
  TD Kids Club

Join us to create, tinker and explore! Each week there will be a different activity to discover.

Ages 5 - 7 years are welcome.

No registration is required.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 25 from 10:30am to 11:30am.

Wed - Jul 25
  Family Create n’ Craft

Come in each week to discover what new materials and supplies are in the program room to build and create with.

Please note, this program is not supervised. Children should be accompanied by an adult.

You can drop in anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

All ages are welcome.

It takes place at the Alder Street Public Library on July 25.

Wed - Jul 25
  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!

July 25 - British Invasion

Wed - Jul 25
  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:
Wed Jul 25 - 4pm-8pm
Sat Oct 27 - 8am-3pm

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

Thu - Jul 26
  TD Tween Club @ Mill

It’s all things Tween! DIY, comics, games, art & science – something new each week.

Ages 8-12 are welcome.

It goes at the Mill Street Public Library on July 26 from 1:30pm to 3:00pm.

Thu - Jul 26
  Travelling Tales - Orangeville Police Chief - Rotary Park

Travelling Tales will be at a different community location each week on Thursday. If the weather is inclement, this program will take place in Storyland at the Mill St. Library.

Chief Wayne Kalinski is an officer dressed in blue and he would like to share a story with all of you! Rhymes, songs and games too!

Location: Rotary Park - 75 Second Ave., Orangeville

It goes on July 26 from 10:15am to 11:00am.

Thu - Jul 26
  Teen Meet & Munch Book Club

Join members of the Teen Advisory Group for book talks, fun challenges & prizes at this summer’s Teen Meet n’ Munch Book Club.

It goes at the Alder Street Public Library on July 26 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm.

Thu - Jul 26
  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 - Jul 26
  Orangeville Hydro Customer Education Day

When: July 26 5-7PM

Where: Orangeville Hydro office, 400 C Line, Orangeville, ON

Enjoy a delicious free BBQ

Test drive an electric car

Take a bucket truck ride and a truck tour

Exchange your old incandescent light bulbs for a free LED bulb, and bring your CFL light bulbs and batteries for recycling

Win Prizes

Watch the Hazard Hamlet and learn about electricity safety

Play fun electricity games

Learn about Conservation programs

See how Customer Connect works and how it can show your usage to help you understand your hydro bill

Meet the staff of Orangeville Hydro

Thu - Jul 26 -- Sun - Jul 29
  Pickin in the Park

When: July 26-29

Where: Fiddle Park, Shelburne

Bring your musical instruments for  a weekend of music and fellowship. If your not able to come for the weekend just come for a day. Bring your lawn chair and sun hat. Saturday morning Trailer Trash Yard Sale, Ice Cream Social!  Friday night Beauty Contest, Daily Raffle table.

http://pickinthepark.webs.com/

Fri - Jul 27 -- Sun - Jul 29
  The Secret Garden

Orphaned in India, 11-year-old Mary Lennox returns to Yorkshire to live with her embittered, reclusive Uncle Archibald and his invalid son Colin. The estate's many wonders include a magic garden which beckons the children with haunting melodies and the "Dreamers," spirits from Mary's past who guide her through her new life, dramatizing The Secret Garden's compelling tale of forgiveness and renewal.

Presented by The Theatre Orangeville Musical Young Company.

It goes July 27 at 7pm, July 28 2pm and 7pm, July 29 at 2pm at 87 Broadway (Opera House).

Tickets $18, Students $15 Children(3-5) $8

Sat - Jul 28
  The Torch Ride Show

We are having a show and shine in partner with the Orangeville Auxiliary police to raise funds for the special Olympics.

With a BBQ and raffles ticket for prizes donated by local businesses.

Sat - Jul 28
  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.

Mon - Jul 30
  Orangeville Blood Donor Clinic

Roll up your sleeve and help to save a life by donating blood!

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

It goes at the Orangeville Best Western on July 30 from 2:00pm to 7:00pm.

Tue - Jul 31
  Ready, Set… READ!

The Ready Set Read program is designed to teach parents how to sustain reading skills over the summer in a fun and interactive environment. Each week, for six weeks, a teacher from the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board will model a variety of reading comprehension strategies.

This program is open to all children in Grades 1 to 3 and requires no registration

It takes place at the Alder Street Library program room on July 31 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.

Tue - Jul 31
  Every Child Ready to Read with Babies

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. Infants up to 12 months.

It goes at the Alder Street Public Library on July 31 from 1:30pm to 2:15pm.