• “THE STORIES IN THE STONES” by Robin McKee

    Hamilton Cemetery

    • What we'll do Robin McKee is the man behind Historical Perceptions and The Stories in the Stones. Robin has done extensive work and research as a Hamilton historian. Robin is a frequent presenter on topics of historical and heritage interest related to the Hamilton community. “THE STORIES IN THE STONES” free public tours of the Hamilton Cemetery led by Robin McKee. For this event the theme is " POWER OF THE CITY TOUR " The tour is free, but DONATIONS to Robin are welcome. Tour begins at 11am and is approx 2 hours. • What to bring • Important to know

  • FREE - Hamilton Downtown Walking Tour: The Lord's Day

    Historian and author, Bill King, will be leading this tour. (Unfortunately I (Cassandra) probably won't be able to attend so he will be the primary organizer.) He has put a lot of time and energy into leading these tours. If you would be kind enough to consider making a donation to him for researching and holding these tours, I would be grateful. :) Tour description TBA. Meet at the Sir John A. MacDonald cenotaph/statue on John near King.

  • FREE! Wednesdays at Whitehern: Two Harps

    Whitehern Historic House and Garden

    *I will only be able to attend for 1 hour as I will be on my lunch.* If anyone would like to co-host this with me, please let me know! Bring your lunch, a chair and enjoy the stunning historic garden setting while listening to live music by Two Harps who play traditional folk and celtic music. Unlimited tea or lemonade will be for sale for $1. For all ages. This is a free outdoor event. Regular admission rates apply to the museum. For more information contact: Phone:[masked] Email: [masked] www.hamilton.ca/whitehern

  • FREE! Bill and the Art Crawlers

    Ace Family Restaurant/Lounge

    Bill and The Art Crawlers 7-9 pm ACE Family Restaurant Come early, have dinner and save us a spot or just show up for the 7-9 pm performance! Text me at[masked]!

  • Progressive Eucher

    Spasso Ristorante and Banquet hall, 940 Queenston Rd.,Stoney Creek , Ontario

    Come out and play progressive euchre, the cost is $3 to play and depending on the number of players we have a prize $ for the 1st, the 2nd and the 3rd highest score and for the 1st and 2nd most lone hands in that order and $3 for the lowest score. We play 8 rounds and we finish around 9pm. So come out for a fun evening of cards & great people, and if you are having dinner arrive around 6pm. PLEASE SUPPORT SPASSO RISTORANTE AND MAKE A PURCHASE TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION FOR USE OF THE FACILITY. Please note that progressive euchre is for experienced players as the play is continuous and moves at a pace so that players can progress from game to game at the same rate.

  • FREE! Noon Hour Concert with Lisa Warren - Soothe Your Soul

    Hamilton Public Library - Central Library

    If you love music (Harp) why not join me for a noon-hour concert in the Auditorium at the Hamilton Central Public Library. Concert starts at noon. Optional - Weather permitting, a walk to Chocolat, 123 James Street North. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wbr2qdyz4ic

  • “THE STORIES IN THE STONES” by Robin McKee

    Hamilton Cemetery

    • What we'll do Robin McKee is the man behind Historical Perceptions and The Stories in the Stones. Robin has done extensive work and research as a Hamilton historian. Robin is a frequent presenter on topics of historical and heritage interest related to the Hamilton community. “THE STORIES IN THE STONES” free public tours of the Hamilton Cemetery led by Robin McKee. For this event the theme is " WOMEN'S TOUR " The tour is free, but DONATIONS to Robin are welcome. Tour begins at 11am and is approx 2 hours. • What to bring • Important to know

  • FREE - Hamilton Downtown Walking Tour: Streets That Disappeared

    Historian and author, Bill King, will be leading this tour. (Unfortunately I (Cassandra) probably won't be able to attend so he will be the primary organizer.) He has put a lot of time and energy into leading these tours. If you would be kind enough to consider making a donation to him for researching and holding these tours, I would be grateful. :) Tour description TBA. Meet at the Sir John A. MacDonald cenotaph/statue on John near King.

  • FREE MOVIE - STAN & OLLIE

    Hamilton Public Library - Central Library

    Hamilton Room/Central Library - (cannot reserve seating) "Laurel and Hardy -- the world's greatest comedy team -- face an uncertain future as their golden era of Hollywood films remain long behind them. Diminished by age, the duo set out to reconnect with their adoring fans by touring variety halls in Britain in 1953. The shows become an instant hit, but Stan and Ollie can't quite shake the past as long-buried tension and Hardy's failing health start to threaten their precious partnership." Rotten Tomatoes Rating 93% Audience Rating 85% See Trailer Below: https://youtu.be/MdcBNrjc3wo

  • FREE - Hamilton Downtown Walking Tour: Oddities

    Historian and author, Bill King, will be leading this tour. (Unfortunately I (Cassandra) probably won't be able to attend so he will be the primary organizer.) He has put a lot of time and energy into leading these tours. If you would be kind enough to consider making a donation to him for researching and holding these tours, I would be grateful. :) Tour description TBA. Meet at the Sir John A. MacDonald cenotaph/statue on John near King.