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January 15, 2008

Monthly Meeting
Wed Jan 16 / 6:30pm - 9:30pm

  Monthly Executive Meeting of St. Clair West BIA @ Regal Heights Bistro I.   Roll Call II.   Declaration of Conflict of Interest III.  Approval of Minutes from Oct. 18th , 2007 meeting IV.  Open Business: I....

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Stephanie Martin in concert
Wed Jan 16 / 7:30pm - 12:00am

Stephanie Martin debuts York U’s new Harpsichord in Recital of Baroque Masters Stephanie Martin headlines the Faculty Concert Series of York University’s Music Department on January 16 in a recital of music by Baroque masters where she...

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Timecode Break
Thu Jan 17 / 8:00pm - 12:00am

York University's Dance Department and Toronto Dance Theatre present multiple Dora-winner "Timecode Break" choreographed by Canadian dance icon and York alumnus Christopher House. One of the top ten productions of 2006, "Timecode Break" premiered to...

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Narrative Flow; The Unbinding of a Novel
Sun Dec 2 - Sun Jan 20

Writer Martha Baillie fills the gallery with artifacts in an installation using the edited manuscript pages of her novel, The Shape I Gave You. "Was it because the central character of my novel was a sculptor that I decided to make sculptures from...

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Green Neighbours 21 Monthly Meeting
Mon Jan 21 / 7:00pm

Green Neighbours 21 Monthly Meeting Monday, January 21 7:00 pm St. Michael and All Angel’s (southeast corner of St. Clair and Wychwood – enter off Wychwood) Please join us to discuss and plan our projects for the coming months. W...

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Landscape Of Memory
Fri Jan 25 - Thu Feb 28

The paintings of Nomi Drory and Gwyn Jones January 25 – February 28, 2008 Opening reception Friday, January 25, 7:30 pm1080 St Clair Avenue West Over time we accumulate attachments to a variety of places. The bedrock of our in...

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Reducing Risk of Back Injury from Snow Shoveling
Wed Dec 19

John-David Kato, DC, MSc, ACSM-RCEP, CSEP-CEP Chiropractor and Clinical Exercise Physiologist The first major snowfall of the season left areas of Toronto with 20-30 cm of snow. This fantastic amount of snow in such a short period of time had some...

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