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Comedy, art, food and ice fishing on the schedule for this weekend


Brew HAHA Comedy Show @ Old Flame Brewing Co.

February 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm – $20 advance/ $25 at the door

RyGuy Comedy presents BREW HAHA, a beautiful marriage of craft beer and hilarious comedy, featuring headliner Alex Wood. Each ticket includes a 12oz beer (19+) or soft drink, courtesy of Old Flame Brewing Co.

Tickets can be purchased @

SEATING: Doors are open upstairs in the event space at 7:00pm, and the show starts promptly at 7:30pm. All seating is general admission. Please arrive early to get good seats and enjoy the 12oz beer (19+) or soft drink included with your ticket!

ACCESSIBILITY: Unfortunately the upstairs event space is accessible by staircase only.

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS: The Government of Ontario requires guests to show proof of full vaccination along with a government-issued photo ID in order to attend the performance. Please check in with Old Flame Brewing Co. staff prior to sitting. Masks must also be worn while not seated and consuming food or beverages. No refunds will be issued for guests turned away due to non-compliance with COVID-19 protocols.Young Artist Showcase – outdoor art exhibit at Richmond Green Park

Join a public outdoor art exhibit showcasing work by emerging Richmond Hill-based artist Brandon Baghaee and other local youth artists. Artwork will be on display along the Richmond Green Heritage Walkway to February 28, part of Celebrating Black History

Taste of Main 2022 at Schomberg Main Street

Taste of Main is a culinary event hosted by the cafes and restaurants on Main Street in Schomberg. Seven participating restaurants are showcasing spectacular prix fixe menus with prices ranging from $10 – $50. February 16 – March 6, 2022.

Lunar Lanterns of Indigenous Lights at Varley Art Gallery

Visit the Varley Art Gallery where the Lunar Lanterns of Indigenous Lights will be making a return to light up the Year of the Tiger! Featuring six beautiful artworks in the Varley courtyard created by local Indigenous artists, these lanterns are a way to connect the Indigenous cultures of Canada to the Asian tradition of celebrating the Lunar New Year. Through art, storytelling, and traditions, we invite everyone to experience the community coming Together, Stronger. Come see these lanterns in person starting from February 5 to March 6 in the Varley Art Gallery courtyard and learn the stories of the artists and the artworks. Find more details at

A Bridal Trousseau – NEW Exhibit at the Elman W. Campbell Museum

February 1 @ 10:00 am – February 26 @ 10:00 am – FREE

A bride’s trousseau depended on the family’s financial stature. Items would include lingerie, linens and housewares. Trousseaus became less common after WWII. Explore hidden treasures from the Museum’s collection. Some seen for the first time! Free admission. The Museum is located at 134 Main Street, South, Newmarket. Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. COVID-19 safety protocols in place.

Ice Fishing Lake Simcoe Challenge

February 11 @ 6:00 am – March 13 @ 4:00 pm – $100 entry fee

An ice fishing tournament to raise money for Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities. You must download the FishDonkey app to sign up. $5,000 first prize, $24,500 cash in total. Price is $100 to enter, plus a FishDonkey charge of $7.00. The Challenge goes from February 11th, 6am to March 13th, 4pm, 2022. See the website for details.

Taste of Georgina

February 18 – March 6 – $15 – $45

It’s time to heat things up this winter and experience the tastes of Georgina. Between Feb. 18 and March 6, you’re invited to experience the Town of Georgina’s prix fixe food event that will awaken your taste buds and allow you to explore a variety of local cuisines. Each of our participating restaurants throughout Georgina have prepared special menus at set price points that showcase their offerings. Bring some excitement to the table and feel good about doing your part to support local businesses.

Main photo: Ice fishing on Lake Simcoe.

Photo row, from left: Artist Brandon Bahgaee; Lunar Lanterns of Indigenous Lights; Taste of Main 2022; A Bridal Trousseau at the Elman W. Campbell Museum.

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