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TL;WR for November 30 through December 6 2021
What to do.
Tuesday, November 30
A Days for Girls Canada and Changing The Flow present It's Great To Advocate with special guest Diana Nelson, Global Advocacy Director for Days for Girls International.
Diana give an update on what is happening globally in the menstrual health sector, as well as highlight some of the MH work Days for Girls is doing globally, including several recent wins from Global North volunteers. Tuesday, Nov. 30 at 12:30 PM.
Top Toques Chef School has a two night holiday baking class on Tuesday, Nov. 30 and Tuesday, Dec. 7. Details on their site.
The Rolling Stones Unzipped opens at THEMUSEUM today, Nov. 30.
Farm League Brewing has a holiday wreath workshop at 7 pm.
Descendants Beer & Beverage Co. has Die Hard trivia at 8pm.
Wednesday, December 1
Kitchener Public Library’s 85 Queen series presents An Evening with Maggie Knox at 7 pm. Maggie Knox is the pen name for writing duo Karma Brown and Marissa Stapley. The Holiday Swap is their first novel together and it’s a feel-good, holiday-themed romantic comedy about identical twins who switch lives in the days leading up to Christmas--perfect for fans of Josie Silver's One Day in December and Karen Swan's Together by Christmas.
The 2021 Waterloo Region Migration Film Festival starts today and runs through Dec. 18. Check out some amazing films and share in discussions around migration and relocation. On Dec. 1, Waterloo Public Library has a screening of The Final Exam at 1 pm.
Waterloo Brewing has their Holiday Maker's Market from 4 to 8 pm.
The Apollo has a screening of Halloween Kills at 9:30 pm.
Thursday, December 2
The City of Waterloo is hosting a Refugee resettlement and support neighbours can offer workshop at 8 pm. Reception House, Immigration Partnership and the City of Waterloo Community and Neighbourhood Services team have recently collaborated on this workshop to share information about refugee resettlement and demonstrate concrete ways neighbours can contribute to these efforts in meaningful ways in any neighbourhood.
Maxwell’s Indie Music Night returns tonight, Thursday, Dec. 2 with Vintage Flights, Faulty Rivals, The Inclines, and No Service. Doors open at 7 pm.
Lana’s Lounge has Rachel Hickey on stage at 6 pm.
The Princess Cinemas has Warren Miller back with their 72nd annual film “Winter Starts Now,” featuring the best snowriding from the mom and pop ski hill down the street to the highest peak on the horizon. Thursday, Dec. 2 at 7 pm.
Friday, December 3
Rhythm And Brews Brewing Company hosts Fierce & Frozen 3 presented by Make It Revaine Productions, featuring Canada's Drag Race's Icesis Couture. Friday, Dec. 3 at 8 pm.
The Bernie Senensky Quintet plays The Jazz Room at 8 pm.
Apollo has their Mystery Movie Night on at 7 pm.
Rusty Nail Comedy is back at the Crazy Canuck DTK with Hunter Collins, Ian Gordon, and Dave Sokolowski at 8 pm.
Saturday, December 4
Lost Lola Vintage presents their Holiday Bazaar Makers & Thrifters from 5 to 11 pm at The Underground Flavour Group.
The Rich Uncle has a night of lace and luxury with The Femmes Rebelles. Doors at 8, show at 9
Sunday, December 5
TWB Brewing Co-Op has their Krampus Night with a heated patio, extended hours, food , special beer releases, music by DJ Tom, and MORE!
Monday, December 6
Ben Gorodetsky presents a two-part Spontaneous Storytelling Improv Workshop Series today and Monday, Dec. 13. Over the course of 6 hours of instruction this improv workshop series will cover play, listening, scene work, characterization, and storytelling approaches.
Ways to support local.
This Giving Tuesday, Brick & Co. Restoration Ltd. has offered to challenge our community to give to KidsAbility and will match every dollar up to $10,000 before midnight! Learn more about how they help and ways you can donate on their site.
What to read.
Timing is right for Mel Kobe to join Titans as GM (The Record)
Batter up! Delish fish and chips at Waterloo Region spot a huge hit (Waterloo Chronicle)
Waterloo Region Holiday Gift Guide (Explore Waterloo Region)
Celebrating The Holidays A Little More Normally This Year (Explore Waterloo Region)