Mark your calendars for the Chamber’s AGM being held at the Goose & Gridiron.
Events In Merrickville
Come out and join us at the Merrickville Community Centre @ 106 Read Street, for a fun evening in support of the Merrickville Heritage Classic Run.
Bring a team of 6-10 friends and your favourite snack foods. Registration from 6-7pm and the cost is $10 per person. Space is limited. To pre-register via email : firstname.lastname@example.org. Trivia will start @ 7pm. Cash bar, Free coffee/tea and cookies.
For more information, please visit www.run-merrickville.ca
Merrickville’s local New Year’s Eve Party of the Year at MUAC - 100 St. Lawrence Street, Merrickville ON
Special live performances, DJ, Cash Bar, Champagne, Dancing and Late Night Buffet
Tickets available online @ www.merrickvilleuac.com or at Merrickville United Arts Centre
At The Baldachin Inn Ballroom, St.Lawrence Street, Merrickville
Raising funds for the Merrickville Food Cupboard
Online at merrickvillespectator.com
for more information: 613-809-6875
The Village Bean 205B St. Lawrence St., Merrickville
Merrickville Book Emporium 105 Wellington St E., Merrickville
Merrickville Agricultural Society's Annual Christmas Craft Show
November 24th 2018
10am - 4pm
Over 40 vendors and crafters
Homemade pies and apple crisp
Merrickville Community Centre
106 Read Street
The SQUARE FOOT
Show & Sale
Opening Reception NOV 10th 12pm-5pm
FM Silversmith Studio
330 Main St. E. Merrickville
An exhibition featuring 12”x12” original artworks of 25+ local creators priced at $80 ea. A benefit for MAG’s Emerging Artist Fund.
Ongoing to Dec 22nd Wed-Sat 11-5.
Fulford Preparatory College Invites you to a Community Paint Night at 118 Main Street East, Merrickville
We provide everything that you need. No artistic talent required! Take your masterpiece home at the end of the evening. The cost is $40 per person. Please contact Sheila Robitaille to reserve your space.
or call 613-269-2064 ext. 471
All proceeds benefit the Youth Services Bureau
Get into the Holiday Spirit as participating Merchants of Merrickville stay open late for the annual Fall shopping event.
There are specials starting @ 1pm and going until 8pm (the greater deals happen later in the day)
There are appetizers to keep your energy levels up,door prizes, and lots of deals at participating merchants.
Judith Moore Gallery 629
Celebrate the lifetime art of Don Munz, his birthday and a great community giver of his time and talents.
For this occasion the Judith Moore Gallery 629 will be filled with Don’s originals from small to large originals as well as Limited Edition Prints (charity donations portion).
A Special Exhibition of ‘Serigraphs from the 70’s’ some never before seen in Canada and no longer being made.
at Merrickville United Church -MUAC
Public Forum: The Mayoral Candidates in Merrickville-Wolford
Join us for an interesting and timely moderated discussion with the four candidates for the position of mayor in Merrickville-Wolford. Hear their election platforms and take the opportunity to ask questions about their vision for our community.
Sponsored by Merrickville Organization for Culture and the Arts (MOCA) and Merrickville Arts Centre (MUAC)
A trio of musicians from the Ottawa valley who combine traditional music with storytelling to create family-friendly entertainment
Community event sponsored by
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Merrickville and District Historical Society
as part of MW225
Spaghetti Dinner to follow
We’re excited to share our upcoming MAG Conversation topic with you:
"Of Making Many Books There is No End"
A discussion between book artists Larry Thompson and Paul Champion Demers on the strange and not-so-gentle madness of creating beautiful hand-crafted books. They’ll discuss what it is that motivates them in their art, talk about the books arts scene and attempt to describe how they can survive such an esoteric pursuit. They will also bring samples of their work and tools of their trade.
Larry Thompson is a full-time artist, teacher and writer based in Merrickville. Under the imprint Greyweathers Press, he has been creating and printing books by hand for 15 years, with eight titles including the most recent: Ecclesiastes.
Paul Champion Demers is a professional gilder and restorer who recreates medieval wooden bindings often with illuminated or decorated drawings of fantastical beasts.
Hope you can join us at the Sidecar Café on Main Street at 7:30, Thursday, September 13th. A small fee of $5 will be charged at the door. FREE for MAG members, Friends of MAG, season ticket holders and sponsors.