Some kind of wunderbar.

TL;WR for September 28 through October 4 2021

What to do.

Tuesday, September 28

Over at Kitchener Public Library presents 85 Queen: Praying to the West: How Muslims Shaped the Americas. Author Omar Mouallem discusses his book “In Praying to the West”, which explores the history of Islam in the Americas and the search for an answer to how the religion has survived and thrived so far from the place of its origin.

Descendants Beer & Beverage have The Office TV Trivia at 7 p.m.

The Apollo has Dune: Retro Recall on at 9:15 p.m.

Beertown is celebrating Oktoberfest from Sept. 28 through Oct 17 with German inspired fare and three Bavarian brews from the official breweries of Munich Oktoberfest. Get yourself a 1L stein of Paulaner Oktoberfest, Hofbrau Original, or Erdinger Weissbier and you get to take the stein home.

Wednesday, September 29

Idea Exchange has Fine Zines: A Queer Zine Workshop on at 7 p.m. In this workshop, Alyssa Pisciotto will go over the how-tos of zine making, followed by guided time for participants to create a zine that explores lived experiences, truths, and stories of being queer. Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m.

Thursday, September 30

Not sure where to start on understanding what you can do to educate yourself on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation? Kitchener Public Library has some great resources for you, including a book list, guest blog, story telling, and more.

Loloan and Bhimas are closed on Thursday to honour the survivors of residential schools. They’re having a fundraising BBQ at Loloan from 2 to 5 for the Downie Wenjack Fund.

The last Music at the Market brings you Jessie T and Western Swing Authority live on stage! Doors at 6, music at 7.

Learn to tell your story in a song with Virginia to Vegas, aka Derik Baker, at Kitchener Public Library. In this interactive workshop, Derik will share his creative process, what inspires him, and how he turns ideas and life experiences into lyrics and music with universal appeal. Thursday, Sept. 30 at 7 p.m.

I, the Mountain are home for a rest from their East Coast tour. Celebrate with them at Homecoming with special guests Rufus John and Rachel Hickey live at Emmanuel United Church. Doors at 7, music at 7:30.

Descendants Beer & Beverage has a TikTok Music Trivia event with all proceeds going to Spectrum.

Put the sunglasses on! The Apollo has They Live on at 9:30 p.m.

Friday, October 1

Lana’s Lounge has an evening with Jesse Parent at 6 p.m. Dinner options include Chimichurri Beef Skewers, Honey Balsamic Pork Loin, Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie, or Baked Sole with Creamy Dijon Glaze.

Rusty Nail Comedy takes over Oktoberfest 2021 with Tim Steeves, ALi Hassan,
and special guests: Dena Jackson Rachelle Lauzon. Friday, Oct. 1 at 7:30 p.m at The Crazy Canuck Kitchener.

The Old Galt Bottle Shop has their first-ever OG-toberfest from 4 to 6 p.m. It’s an evening of German inspired beer and traditional fare.

Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest and the Culinary Studio present Taste of Oktoberfest. Red Seal Chefs Jody O’Malley and Kirstie Herbstreit will guide you through all aspects of an authentic Bavarian feast, from preparation to cooking with technique and plate presentation.

TWB Brewing Co-Op has the Queens of Craftoberfest Drag Show starting at 8 p.m.

Saturday, October 2

Celebrate Oktoberfest with Hannah and her friends as Kitchener Public Library Kids and KIDtoberfest presents: Storytime with Hannah and Friends live at 11 a.m.!

I, the Mountain and Treephones are playing Craftoberfest at TWB Brewing Co-Op starting at 8 p.m.

Later in the day at KPL, Dyke Bar Takeover Kitchener-Waterloo is taking over Kitchener Public Library to host QueerKPL & Dyke Bar Takeover – Storytelling Workshop, a virtual storytelling series with acclaimed storyteller Erin Rodgers. Through group activities and coaching, Erin will teach you the skills and give you the confidence to tell your story – whatever it may be. Saturday, Oct. 2 at 2 p.m.

Burgers n’ Beer for oneROOF is going down from 12 to 8 p.m at Short Finger Brewing. The fundraiser is in support of oneROOF’s education and employment program and is brought to you by the fine folks at Short Finger and the Hemlock Burger Barn. (h/t to Andrew Coppolino for the info!)

Back at Lana’s Lounge, it’s more music and amazing food with Sean Pinchin live on stage at 6 p.m.

Sunday, October 3

Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery’s Family Sunday is back from 1 to 4 p.m. Experiment with newspapers as an art material and create collages based on Shapes of Facts, a video installation by Yoshiki Nishimura. Take a closer look at Planting one Another, and sketch the various plants and pollinators within KWAG’s replanting of Mike MacDonald’s medicine and butterfly garden. Be inspired by the Anishinaabe story of Spider Woman, and make your own spider-themed artwork while viewing Terre Chartrand’s Asibikaashi (Spider Woman). Best of all, it’s free thanks to Equitable Life of Canada.

You don’t even go here. KWFamous and the Underground Flavour Group are bringing brunch back with the Mean Girls Brunch featuring Mean Girls-inspired menu and cocktails, Mean Girls trivia, and the fetchest music ever.

The Green Room Barbers have their Fall Maker’s Market from 2 to 5 p.m. featuring food, music, and great local vendors.

DJ Flash is spinning tracks at White Rabbit.

Monday, October 4


Ways to support local.

It’s the last week to get tickets for this month’s Food4Kids Waterloo Region Feeding Hope 50/50 Charity Raffle. Proceeds from this online raffle will be used to support 1,000 children living with chronic hunger.

Rangers Reach is proud to support KidsAbility in the critical work they do in our community, all while celebrating the return to OHL hockey. The 50/50 raffle will support life-changing therapy, innovative programs and the latest technology. Get your tickets today!

Goldies Convenience has their grand opening on Thursday, Sept. 30 from 2 to 10 p.m.

Runner’s Choice has free 24-week marathon and half-marathon training programs on their site.


What to read.

Fresh fruit pies: 8 places to enjoy a slice in Waterloo Region (Explore Waterloo)

Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest 2021 Is Going To Be Wunderbar! (Explore Waterloo)

Dining: Jake and Humphreys’ Bistro treats diners to mastery in deceptively simple dishes (The Record)

Queen Street highrise could be the first tower in Kitchener with no on-site parking (The Record)

Be Kind.

TL;WR for September 21 through September 27 2021

What to do.

Tuesday, September 21

ProductTank Waterloo hosts Product Value: What It Is And How to Deliver More of It with Étienne Garbugli. In this hour-long discussion, he’ll dig into the relationship between a product's users and customers, and the value that the product delivers. Tuesday, Sep. 21 at 12 p.m.

Descendants Beer & Beverage has RuPaul's Drag Race Trivia on at 7 p.m.

Kitchener Public Library has a virtual Repair-A-Thon from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, September 22

Sustainable Waterloo Region hosts Sustainability for Business 101. Executive director, Tova Davidson will share case studies from member organizations about the Waterloo Region Sustainability Initiative and TravelWise programs. Wednesday, Sep. 22 at 2:30 p.m.

Laurier hosts Aesthetics of the Small: A conversation with 2020 Scotiabank Giller Prize winner Souvankham Thammavongsa. While teaching creative writing at Laurier’s Brantford campus, Thammavongsa won the 2020 Scotiabank Giller Prize and 2021 Trillium Book Award for her short story collection, How to Pronounce Knife. Join Souvankham and Eleanor Ty, Professor of English, for a discussion exploring her work, including the ways the author takes seemingly small events and elevates them into great literature. Wednesday, Sep. 22 at 7 p.m.

Join Kitchener Public Library for an evening discussion about bees with Central Library's resident beekeeper Erica Shelley. Erica will be talking to about our busy little friends, the work that they do for us, how climate change is impacting them and in general how very important they are to the ecosystem. Wednesday, Sep. 22 at 6 p.m.

Thursday, September 23

The Institute of Corporate Directors is hosting Why Your Business Needs a Board (And How To Build One). In this session, you will meet world-class and local, serial entrepreneurs who have built businesses by creating and leveraging their boards. Find out how they did it and what their challenges were. Sept. 23 at 2 p.m.

Music at the Market brings you live music from Air Blaq, Keelo D’Ville, Tait Garrett, and HolliZay. Doors open at 6, music at 7.

Explore the rich culinary delights of Woolwich, Wellesley, Wilmot, and North Dumfries with Taste the Countryside from Sep. 23 through Oct. 3. This year’s event is a ten-day dining event with an extra local twist, as it features local restaurants that purchase and use local produce in their menu. Prix Fixe #TastetheCountryside menus will be $15 or $35 and can be purchased for dine-in or take-out.

Honestly, I thought we reached peak interactive movies with Rocky Horror, but the Apollo Cinema and Vixens and Tease Burlesque are taking it to a new level with Magic Mike: Vixens and Tease Burlesque. While you watch the movie, we will bring to life your favourite scenes with a live strip tease show. Thursday, Sep. 23 at 7 p.m.

Descendants Beer & Beverage has Disney musical bingo on at 7 p.m.

Friday, September 24

The Product Management P2P hosts A Journey Through Product Management - A 40 Year Career Retrospective with Bill Scott. Having spent 40+ years in tech, most of them in the role of Product Management right here in the Waterloo Region, Bill will share a retrospective overview of Product Management over the years. Friday, Sep. 24 at 12 p.m.

Each September, art and culture institutions across Canada celebrate Culture Days. Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery is hosting a number of contemporary art exhibitions during Culture Days as well as free family-friendly events such as Family Sunday and Walk the Talk: Stroller Tours — and admission is free. Learn more on the Culture Days website.

Lana’s Lounge has dinner and an evening of jazz with Alison King & John McLelland at 6 p.m.

The Princess Cinema and Grand River Rocks present The 2021 Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour. The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival is an international film competition and annual presentation of films and documentaries about mountain culture, sports, environment and adventure & exploration.

Kick off Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest with a live stream of the opening ceremonies — live from the Region of Waterloo International Airport. You can purchase an Oktoberfest-in-a-Bag kit to celebrate from home too. Discover all the events of this year’s Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest here.

Saturday, September 25

The St Paul's University College Pow Wow is Saturday, Sep. 25! A Pow Wow is a coming together of the first peoples to celebrate and honour their traditional teachings. They’ll have local food and vendors, and a ceremonial fire burning at their ceremonial fire grounds throughout the pow wow.

OK2BEME’s Under the Rainbow online auction and comedy hour starts at 7 p.m. It’s that time of year again! Their online auction is open for bidding now and runs until the evening of Sep. 25. Ticket proceeds go towards KW Counselling.

Joseph Schneider Haus has main stage performances for the Schneider Porch Party from 2 to 6 p.m. The day features two great performances #TheJendyWay and #GrandRiverRamblers on the main stage and more music on porch stages around the Schneider Creek neighbourhood.

LUMEN Lite is back in Uptown Waterloo from 6 to 11 p.m. Lumen is an annual, free, all-ages festival that is open to the public and run by the City of Waterloo’s Arts and Culture team, Create Waterloo. The event features the work of artists as they explore the interplay of light, art, and technology in installations located throughout uptown Waterloo.

Sunday, September 26

THEMUSEUM invites you to their Science Literacy Week event for Dino Tours! During these tours, you’ll learn about what the climate was like during the time of the dinosaurs and what it means for the world today. Sunday, Sep. 26 at 11 a.m.

The Culinary Studio hosts Slow Food Sunday: Chicken & Dumplings at 2 p.m. Slow Food Sunday is all about enjoying an afternoon in your kitchen creating classic and comforting recipes from scratch with easy to find ingredients.

Head out to the Kitchener Market for the 4th annual KW VegFest. Discover amazing vegan vendors, non-profits and sanctuaries, listen to live music and engaging speakers, and enjoy some incredible food.

Monday, September 27

Waterloo Public Library’s 2SLGBTQ+ Book Club will be discussing Love Lives Here: a story of thriving in a transgender family by Amanda Jette Knox. In this heartfelt memoir, Amanda shares the journey of her family. From realization and acceptance of her child and spouse as transgender to her own realization of her true self. A testament to what it means to lead with love. Monday, Sep. 27 at 7 p.m.


Ways to support local.

You’ve still got a couple days to grab a Tim Horton’s Smile Cookie! Proceeds from cookie sales go towards the awesome work of KidsAbility.

Hey artists, you’ve got a couple days left to apply for the expansion of the DTK Art Walk. Call for artists going on with submissions due on Sep. 30 - details here.

Food4Kids Waterloo Region first Feeding Hope 50/50 Charity Raffle tickets are on sale. Proceeds from this online raffle will be used to support 1,000 children living with chronic hunger.

Rangers Reach is proud to support KidsAbility in the critical work they do in our community, all while celebrating the return to OHL hockey. The 50/50 raffle will support life-changing therapy, innovative programs and the latest technology. Get your tickets today!


What to read.

Red, white and you: Doors open at new Waterloo wine bar and restaurant Babylon Sisters (Waterloo Chronicle)

Stratford-based Ballinran Entertainment partners with Explore Waterloo Region on immersive video tours (Communitech Tech News)

50by30wr hosts rally for climate action (Community Edition)

First-time voters defy pandemic restrictions to cast ballot (The Record)

Enjoy Ribfest!

TL;WR for September 14 through September 20 2021

What to do.

Tuesday, September 14

Descendants Beer & Beverage has Friend trivia at 7 p.m.

Waterloo Public Library has an evening with author Lauren B. Davis, presented
in partnership with Wordsworth Books. Tuesday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m.

Catch a screening of Twister at Downtown Kitchener’s Movies at the Market at 8 p.m.

Wednesday, September 15

Join Kitchener Public Library on zoom for a performance from JoJo Worthington - live from the Heffner Studio starting at 6:30 p.m.

Romance by the Book is back at IdeaExchange. This month it's BYOB (Bring Your Our Book), so bring whatever book you are reading or a book you just have to gush about. Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 8 p.m.

Thursday, September 16

uxWaterloo presents Guarding against UX Theatre with Tanya Snook at 12 p.m. Are you performing UX theatre and just acting user-centered? Tanya Snook is going to help you learn to recognize the signs of UX theatre.

Music at the Market is back in the Kitchener Market with Flamenco Plus and the Penderecki String Quartet. Doors at 6, music at 7 - $10 per person.

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Join SASC Waterloo Region for Take Back The Night, an annual global protest against sexual and gender-based violence. The event is outside at 44 Gaukel Street in Downtown Kitchener at 6 p.m.

Descendants Beer & Beverage has 2000’s Musical Bingo with proceeds in support of Spectrum. Bingo and fun starts at 7 p.m.

One night only - catch David Byrne: American Utopia at the Princess at 8 p.m.

Friday, September 17

The KW Jazz Room has Andriy Tikhonov on stage starting at 8 p.m.

Over at Lana’s Lounge, catch an evening of easy listening with the Jendy Way starting at 6 p.m.

The Kitchener Ribfest & Craft Beer Show is back - nature is healing! Head down to Victoria Park on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday for ribs, beer, live music, and more. Admission is free, but donations for the Food Bank of Waterloo Region are encouraged

Saturday, September 18

Never learned how to change a tire? Waterloo Public Library has you covered with Introductory Car Maintenance at the main branch. This four part series starts with tire maintenance and moves on to oil and other fluids, brakes, and more. Learn more on their site.

Wondering what to do with that lonely old sock and extra buttons? Join the Schneider Haus National Historic Site for Sock Monsters at 11:45 a.m. You’ll learn a few basic sewing skills by creating colourful, terrifying sock monsters! Suitable for ages 7 and up.

It’s the last weekend of the Belmont Village Bestival. Catch Clefs of Mohr at 4:30 p.m. and JoJo Worthington at 7 p.m.

The Schneider Haus National Historic Site is hosting Dyke Bar Takeover KW’s first ever Dyke Haus Takeover from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Join them for an outdoor cyanotype workshop led by Kate Short of Button Factory Arts. $15 a person (or purchase a $25 ticket to help fund future DBTKW events). The cost covers all supplies you’ll need to create a couple of cyanotypes.

Sunday, September 19

Grab a group of friends and head to our first-ever #KWFamous Boozy Brunch featuring mimosas, the brunch of your dreams from Underground Flavour Group, a DJ, entertainment and more. Everyone’s favourite mid-day weekend meal, with a vibe. Sunday, Sept. 19 at 11 a.m.

The Apollo Cinema’s Movie + Market returns with a screening of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (…this table is made of formica…) and a market featuring - Maiden and Crow Artistry, I Got 5 on It Tarot, Little Wolf and the Willow, Hushpuppy Designs, Little Bug Jewelry, Tsitsi Mapuranga, Gracious Candle Co, and Abbie Darling. Sunday, Sept. 19 at 6 p.m.

Monday, September 20

You can catch #Elxn44 results live at the Apollo Cinema at 7 p.m.


Ways to support local.

It’s Tim Horton’s Smile Cookie Week! Proceeds from cookie sales go towards the awesome work of KidsAbility.

The second annual YMCA WorkWell Community Well-Being Survey examining the state of employee well-being during COVID-19 in our communities of Region of Waterloo is now open. They’re looking to get as many responses from working adults in our region as they can get – every single voice matters. The survey takes approximately 5 minutes and is completely anonymous. By completing the survey, respondents will also be entered into a random prize draw for one grand prize of a $200 Visa gift card or one of two $50 Visa gift cards.

Hey! We’re nominated for Best Newsletter in the Community Edition. We’d appreciate your vote if that’s your kind of thing. There’s also a whole bunch of other categories to vote for.

The DTK Art Walk is expanding and they have a new call for artists going on. Submissions are due on Sept. 30 - details here.


What to read.

Alex Bielak has a review of Penny’s Hot Chicken and Tsujir (The Record)

KW Residents Join Nationwide Protest To Draw Awareness To The Housing Crisis (Community Edition)

Finding work-life balance through community support (Communitech Tech News)

Finding those much needed date night escapes in Waterloo Region (Explore Waterloo Region)

Throw ‘em up, throw ‘em up! No punishment for middle finger salute in Waterloo: councillor (Kitchener Today)

Even this newsletter sold for $150k over asking.

TL;WR for September 8 through September 13 2021

What to do.

Wednesday, September 8

Candidates from four Waterloo Region ridings will get the chance to speak about their environmental policies at an upcoming debate being organized as part of the national 100 Debates on the Environment initiative. A group of six local environmental non-profits, with the support of GreenPAC, have come together to organize debates in four hotly-contested local ridings: Kitchener Centre, Kitchener-Conestoga, Cambridge and Waterloo. The debates take place simultaneously from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 8.

The Greater Kitchener Waterloo Chamber of Commerce has their Kitchener Centre debate at 10 a.m. and the Waterloo debate at 2:30 p.m.

Thursday, September 9

More debates! POINT OF ORDER! The Greater Kitchener Waterloo Chamber of Commerce has their Kitchener South-Hespeler debate at 10 a.m. and Kitchener-Conestoga at 2:30 p.m.

Join the Waterloo Public Library for a lively virtual book club meeting where they’ll be discussing Extraordinary Canadians by Peter Mansbridge. Extraordinary Canadians is a collection of first-person stories about remarkable Canadians and is the 2021 One Book One Community Waterloo Region selection. Thursday, Sept. 9 at 11 a.m.

Descendants has Classic Rock Musical Bingo With BeccaHosts starting at 7 p.m.

Friday, September 10

It’s an evening of easy listening music with Kym and Nicole at Lana’s Lounge. Tickets are $40 and include an appetizer, entree, and show.

Create Waterloo’s Patio Lanterns Concert Series presents Elaquent at 9 p.m. Canadian Producer, Elaquent has been an integral part of the beat scene for the last decade.

DJ 88 plays Jane Bond starting at 10 p.m.

Saturday, September 11

You can get up close and personal with some awesome baby dinosaurs at THEMUSEUM starting at 10 a.m.

85Green: Cooking with Chef Alejandro Martinez happens at 2 p.m. and features Chef Martinez guiding your through a back to school-inspired recipe.

The Belmont Village Bestival continues to bring great live music to Midtown (Waterloo Region’s hottest fictional neighbourhood) with Jamie Warren at 4:30 p.m. and Jessie T at 7 p.m.

Johnny B is live at the Duke of Wellington starting at 2 p.m.

Sunday, September 12

Tiny Home Takeout and St. Mary’s Parish are hosting their fundraiser event, Hunger No More, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event features food from Chef Nicole, music from the Golden Keys and Eric Traplin, food trucks, and more.

The Humane Society of Kitchener Waterloo & Stratford Perth’s Dash & Splash fundraiser is back from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m at the Kiwanis Park - Splash Pad. Raise a minimum of $30 for entry to the splash pad for you and your pup.

DJ Flash spins at White Rabbit starting at 7 p.m.


Ways to support local.

The 9th Annual Hike & Bike for Hospice is happening from Aug. 23 to Sept. 19 for those participating virtually and on Sunday, Sept. 19t for those who wish to participate in person.

Rangers Reach is proud to support KidsAbility in the critical work they do in our community, all while celebrating the return to OHL hockey. The 50/50 raffle will support life-changing therapy, innovative programs and the latest technology. Community support helps a child benefit sooner to say their first words, take their first steps, hold a pencil or spoon or even learn how to make a new friend and participate fully in our community. In your neighbourhood, workplace or even your own home, you will see someone with a KidsAbility story. Get your tickets today!

Digital Doors Open Waterloo Region is back to take you virtually inside historic buildings across Waterloo Region. New episodes are being released throughout the month - go ahead and smash that subscribe button for updates.

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It’s Sweet Dreams Teashop’s 22nd anniversary week! Stop in to say hi and celebrate with them!


What to read.

KWAG Hires Darryn Doull As Its New Curator (Community Edition)

WRDSB students sit down with new education director (insideWaterloo)

‘It took me 50 houses’ to find an accessible home, says Kitchener voter (The Record)

Chill, pour, and chill: It's 'fridge to glass' at Kitchener speakeasy's new Bottle Shop (Waterloo Chronicle)

Wake us when September ends

TL;WR for August 31 through September 6, 2021

What to do.

Tuesday, August 31

In partnership with Land Back Camp, the Apollo Cinema presents Beans and Stories from Land Back Camp. Beans is the story of two Mohawk communities that entered into a 78-day armed stand-off with government forces to protect a burial ground from developers in 1990. Stories from Land Back Camp shares the story of how a one day event show Indigenous presence turned into a movement that continues today. Tuesday, August 31 at 6:45 p.m.

Wednesday, September 1

Vanyah plays Foundry Tavern in Cambridge at 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, September 2

The Kitchener Panthers play the Hamilton Cardinals at 6 p.m.

The City of Kitchener and the Registry theatre present Music at the Market with Errol Blackwood and Mary-Catherine Pazzano. The concerts are in the Kitchener Market’s Eby Street covered parking and vendor area. $10 per person. Thursday, September 2 at 7 p.m.

Jam out to One Hit Wonders with Descendants & Becca Hosts! All proceeds for tickets to this event will go to Spectrum Waterloo Region. Thursday, September 2 at 7 p.m.

What’s your favourite scary movie? Ours is “Paw Patrol: The Movie”. You can catch a much less scary movie at Movies in the Parking Lot from Create Waterloo and Princess Cinemas. They’re screening Scream at 8:30 p.m.

Create Waterloo’s Patio Lanterns Concert Series presents Treephones at 7 p.m.

Friday, September 3

The Adventurer's Guild Café has Ontario craft beers for $5.50 after 6 p.m

Saturday, September 4

Princess Cinemas as Nicholas Cage in Pig at 9:15 p.m.

Bestival has Fox the Hound at 4:30 p.m. and Carry On at 7:00 p.m.

I Am Kitchener is hosting an Indigenous Art Market at Huron Natural Area from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. featuring more than 25 Indigenous vendors from across Ontario.

Sunday, September 5

Join Ellie at Rhythm & Brews Brewing Company for a Pour Paint Workshop! With torches, paint, and canvas, you will learn the art of Controlled Chaos! Sunday, September 5 at 1 p.m.

Coming up later in September

The Duke of Wellington has Supernatural - Tributo Santana live on the patio on Sunday, September 12 starting at 4:30 p.m.


Ways to support local.

Full Set - Ramsay Almighty // Live at the Garage

Food4Kids Waterloo Region first Feeding Hope 50/50 Charity Raffle will be drawn Tuesday, August 31. Proceeds from this online raffle will be used to support 1,000 children living with chronic hunger.


What to read.

Refugee doctor readies Kitchener clinic for Afghans (The Record)

No mental health supports, but plenty of police funding (insideWaterloo)

Hyperlocal Travel: Get On Your Bike And Ride (Community Edition)

Carizon - Helping your whole family, no matter who you call family (Communitech News)

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