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Flato Markham Theatre presents The Mush Hole – a story of hope


The Mush Hole

April 23, 7 p.m. Flato Markham Theatre

The Mush Hole is a theatrical dance performance about truths of Canada’s first Indian residential school, The Mohawk Institute. From 1828-1970, State and Church attempted to forcefully assimilate children from Six Nations and surrounding First Nations into Euro-Christian society and sever the continuity of culture from parent to child. The Mush Hole weaves through the traumatic memories of two generations of Survivors. Visceral performances by an all-Indigenous cast, cinematic imagery and musical score, catapult audiences into the bricks and mortar of the school. Created from Survivors testimonials, it is a story about hope and finding light in dark places.

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Kingcrafts Studio’s Annual Spring Sale

Saturday & Sunday, April 23 & April 24, 10am-4pm

Quality & unique handmade items from our many talented members.
Pottery items, wire art, stain glass, fused glass, weaved items, paintings, knitted items, needle & wet felted items. Free admission, parking and no tax.

12936 Keele Street, King City

Mill Pond Gallery

Member Gallery Show and Sale, April 23/24 and April 30/May 1

Our current member gallery show features the work of Valentine Ioppe, Alina Lloyd, Naghmeh Ahmadi and Patricia Duke. Come in to meet some of the artists! The Mill Pond Gallery is located in the heart of Richmond Hill across from beautiful Mill Pond Park. All welcome, no admission fee.

Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays – 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

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