Sponsor:                                                                                                                                                           
Marci Csumrik                                                                                                
13+ years experience with Remax Orillia.  Great knowledge of the local market and Trent Severn Waterway.  A true professional with your lifestyle in mind!  Serving Orillia, Oro-Medonte, Severn, Washago, and Ramara. 
 
Visit  www.marci.ca
Sponsor: 
St. James' Anglican Church

 St. James' Anglican Church, located at 58 Peter St. N., is pleased to announce our Spiritual Growth Centre, where a series of workshops are being held. For more information contact  spiritualgrowthcentre@stjamesorillia.com

You can also check  www.stjamesorillia.com or call 705-325-2742 church office.


Sponsor: 
  Geneva Event Centre
 
When you're looking for an event centre that provides so many choices of entertainment, you'll trust Geneva Event Centre to deliver just that.  Hosting live music performances, private parties, community events, art shows, and everything in between-we are fully licensed to offer a variety of adult refreshments and in-house catering services.  For bookings & inquiries, check out Geneva Event Centre: www.genevaeventcentre.ca | 705-327-3696 | info@genevaeventcentre.ca  

 
"Listening is a master skill for personal and professional greatness."
 
  -George Takei
 
Tuesday, April 9th, 2019.
This Month
In This Issue
Table of Contents
Funding
Feedback
Did You Know?
Message Board
Collaboration 

Information Orillia is working together with the City of Orillia to streamline information sharing by partnering on our events calendar. 

To include your event, follow this link.  

The info is accessible online and through the City's free PingStreet mobile app .

To post on The HUB please contact info@informationorillia.org
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Community Development Corp: Professional Development Series Schedule
Various Dates in May




Orillia Business Women's Association: Awards Gala
May 8th




Orillia Concert Association: 2019/2020 Concert Season
Various Dates


 


City of Orillia: Call To Artists- Help Beautify Orillia's Waterfront
News Release


The Orillia Youth Centre: Dinner and a Show; An Intimate Evening with Lance Anderson and Quisha Wint with Russ Boswell
May 3rd

 

The Valis Sound Studio Fund will be established in memory of Nelson Bell. Nelson had a passion for music and the Orillia Youth Centre along with his family and members of the community are working to establish a Sound Recording Studio for youth in Nelson's memory. As well we are incredibly excited to be working to establish a bursary fund in Nelson's memory that will be awarded annually to youth on the autism spectrum. This fund is being established at the Community Foundation of Orillia and Area.

The Orillia Youth Centre proudly presents Dinner and a Show; An Intimate Evening with Lance Anderson and Quisha Wint with Russ Boswell on Friday May 3, 2019 at St. Paul's Centre in beautiful Downtown Orillia. All proceeds from this night benefit the Orillia Youth Centre Valis Sound Studio Fund and Nelson Bell Bursary. The evening will consist of a spectacular Three Course Dinner which will be brought to you by Eclectic Cafe by Melanie Robinson Catering with support from the Twin Lakes Hospitality Class. A special menu celebrating Nelson Bell's Favourite Food will be highlighted. (vegetarian option available) Doors and Dinner seating begin at 6pm. Tickets for this night are available online: http://www.orilliayouthcentre.ca in Downtown Orillia at Alleycats Music and Art (cash only) or directly from Kevin Gangloff (credit or cash).


OMAH: STYLING ORILLIA: A Look Ba ck At Our Community's Fashionable Past
April 6th to June 30th


The Franklin Carmichael Gallery
Opening reception: Thursday, April 25, 2019 7-9 pm
 
Clothing might have made the man, but it is the woman who made it be about style. Textiles and their accessories play a major role in establishing identity and contribute to an understanding of economy and social culture and customs.

With garments and accessories selected from OMAH's permanent collection, "Styling Orillia" showcases Canadian fashion, made by hand or purchased locally and styled by Orillia women. Shifts in hemlines, selections of fabric, and changes of silhouettes on garments from the 1920's-1960's are showcased. Due to their fragility and sensitivity to light, many of these objects have not been on display before. This exhibition is not just about the garments and accessories; it is about style.

"I love clothes and always have some it is really hard to choose a favourite outfit as I have so many that I have truly loved over the years. Many times I have loved them not only for the outfit itself, but for the memories it invokes." -Councillor Pat Hehn, her prom dress from the 1960's will be on display.

For more information about exhibitions, please contact Ninette Gyorody, Executive Director at 705-326-2159 x101 or by email. 


Couchiching Jubilee Housing: Job Opportunity- Part Time Administrative Assistant
Application Deadline April 18th

 


Canadian Federation of University Waomen: Speed Networking Workshop
April 24th

 

Canadian Federation of University Women: House Tour & Tea For Scholarships
June 2nd




Orillia Museum of Art & History: The Mariposa Gala
April 27th


Join us for this year's Mariposa Gala! 
April 27, 2019
7- 9:30 PM, VIP starts at 6 PM
Lakehead University, Orillia Campus
$100 VIP, $75 General Admission
 
Each ticket purchased for the Mariposa Gala will be entered into a draw to win one of many exciting door prizes!

Prizes include: a numbered print of Cosmic Children 2  by Norval Morrisseau, a gift certificate to a local restaurant, and handmade jewellery from a local artisan!

Are you a VIP? You will also be entered to win a free 2 concert in your home from the Will Davis Trio! Your party will be the talk of the town!

There will also be a silent auction featuring the painting Tony Bianco will be creating during the event, personal training sessions from Peak Performance, a Charles Pachter art print, and more! Buy your tickets now to support programs for children and youth, and for a chance to win a great prize!
Learn more about the Mariposa Gala  here.  

Thanks to our generous sponsors.

Hammond Transportation will provide transportation during and after the event to any address in the City of Orillia


For more information, please contact Ninette Gyorody, Executive Director at 705-326-2159 x101 or by  email.

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Mariposa Arts Theatre: Living Together
April 4th-14th

  
Get your tickets  here !
 
Annie, the Cinderella of her family, is the live-in caretaker of her demanding mother. In desperate need of a break, Annie's brother and his wife come to visit for a weekend so Annie can take a short trip to recharge. She is secretly planning to rendezvous with her sister Ruth's husband, Norman, for the first time - but Norman arrives at the house much earlier than planned, and everyone ends up stuck together for the whole weekend!

A hilarious look at the absurdity and pathos in contemporary domestic life. Spend a weekend in the country with Norman, his in-laws, and one very dysfunctional family!

While this comedy is part of a trilogy, The Norman Conquests, each play is self-contained and can be watched in any order.

Shows run from April 4th to 14th at the Orillia Opera House Studio Theatre, and tickets are on sale now!
   
   
 

Orillia Museum of Art & History: 2019 Carmichael Art History Lecture- The Art of Money: Design of Canadian Coinage
May 8th

 

2019 Carmichael Art History Lecture

Wednesday, May 8 at 7:30pm

Renowned Group of Seven artist Franklin Carmichael was born in Orillia and is buried at St. Andrews - St. James Cemetery. An inductee into the Orillia Hall of Fame, we are proud of his contribution to Canadian art and his legacy of capturing the beauty of the local landscapes in his paintings. The Orillia Museum of Art & History (OMAH) hosts the Carmichael Art History Lecture annually to honour this legacy.

The History Committee at OMAH is pleased to announce artist Tony Bianco and Robert Browne, son-in-law of late artist Emmanuel Hahn, as this year's guest speakers with their talk entitled "The Art of Money: Design of Canadian Coinage.''
Tickets go on sale April 1st and are $15 each. Tickets can be purchased at the Orillia Museum of Art & History or by phone. Please call OMAH at 705-326-2159 if you have any questions.

Any inquiries can be addressed to Collections Coordinator Hope McGilly Mitchell by phone 705-326-2159 ext 107 or by  email.


St James' Anglican Church: A.C.W. Blossom Luncheon
May 10th
 

 
Orillia Public Library: April Highlights 
Throughout The Month of April
 
   
     
 
 
Calvary Pentecostal & Westmount Congregation: The Dofasco Male Chorus
May 27th 
 


Orillia Museum of Art & History: Kelli Dove- Eh Ok
March 23rd to May 19th


Saturday, March 23, 2019 to Sunday, May 19, 2019

The Lounge Gallery
 
Kelli Dove's animal series, painted in oils on paper, is a glimpse of her close encounters with animals as a child in the Kawarthas. Each animal holds a memory and a story. She has reimagined them in a way that suits their personalities. There is some influence from their behaviours and how we, as Canadians, perceive them. Each painting demonstrates Dove's strong technical skills and her influence of pop culture.
 
Kelli Dove (b. 1977) grew up in Bobcaygeon, Ontario. In 1999, she received a Diploma in Fine Arts from the School of Design and Visual Arts, Georgian College. She had the privilege of studying with Ted Fullerton, John Hartman, Tim Zuck, and Laura Millard. Dove primarily paints portraits, many of which are in collections throughout Canada and the United States as well as in the private residence of the former prime minister of Bermuda.

For more information, please contact Ninette Gyorody, Executive Director at 705-326-2159 x101 or by email.


Westmount Congregation: Open to Grace Christian Yoga
Classes Start April 23rd & April 25th




Westmount Congregation: Movie Night
April 13th




Orillia Opera House: Upcoming Events
Various dates

For more events please visit www.orilliaoperhouse.ca

April 4-14
2pm or 7:30pm
Living Together Mariposa Arts is pleased to present a 'Norman Conquest' comedy By Alan Ayckbourn. Spend a weekend in the country with Norman and his very dysfunctional family. And you thought you had problems All Seats $25.00 For groups of 10+ please contact the Box Office directly at 705-326-8011 for the special rate of $20.00pp

April 9
7:00pm Vanishing Point 1st of the High Speed Chaos Films. Great cult hit from the early 70s. Film, Commentary and Prizes All Seats Individual $10.00 For special (all 3 films) rate of $20.00 contact Box Office directly-Available only until Apr.6

April 16
7:00pm 
Bullitt 2nd of the High Speed Chaos Films. Join hard nosed cop Frank Bullitt as he is assigned to protect a witness in a high profile case. Film, Commentary and Prizes All Individual Seats $10.00 For the special (all 3 films) rate of $20.00 contact the Box Office directly-Available only until Apr. 6

April 23
7:00pm 
French Connection Final of the High Speed Chaos Films. Join us for this classic film with hardened narcotic cops, Popeye Doyle and Buddy Russo as they get wind of a big shipment of heroin. All Individual Seats $10.00 For the special (all 3 films) rate of $20.00 contact the Box Office

May 7
4:30pm
7:00pm See My Voice Orillia Youth Centre is pleased to present this Youth-Driven Black Light Theatre No Entrance Allowed Once Show has started. Cash Donation at the Door

May 8
7:30pm 
Matt Andersen & The Mellotones Join powerhouse performer Matt Andersen with the Mellotones, an outstanding R&B, funk and sole band and special guest Amy Helm. On Sale Friday February 22 at 11:00 A.M. All Seats $48.00

May 9
8:00pm 
Classic Albums Live-Led Zeppelin-House of the Holy The world's greatest classic rock albums performed live. Note for Note, Cut for Cut All Seats $45.50

May 11
11:30am & 6:00pm 
Happily Ever After The DanceRoom's 15th Annual Recital featuring competitive, recreational routines, including Acrobatics, Ballet, HipHop, Highland, Jazz, Contemporary Musical Theatre, Tap and more. All Seats $25.00 Everyone requires a ticket - Even Babes in Arms

May 12 
2:30pm 
Orillia Silver Band Goes To The Beach Join the Orillia Silver Band as they feature classic summer music by the Beach Boys, Beatles, Handel's Royal Water Music and the ever popular Girl From Ipanema. ON SALE Tuesday February 19 at 11:00 Adults $25.00 Youth 18 & Under $10.00

May 30 
7:30pm 
Roy Orbison-All Star Tribute Bill Culp Productions is pleased to present this "All Star Tribute" that celebrates the incredible career of the legendary "Big O"...Roy Orbison! All Tickets $39.00


Centre for Spiritual Growth: Winter-Spring Programs
Various Dates 


Westmount Congregation: Desserts & Discovery
April 10th


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Dress For Success: Bring On The Bling Jewelry Auction Fundraiser
April 11th



Sweet Time Bakeshoppe: Cookies & Cupcakes for a Cause
No Date



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St James' Anglican Church: Charity With Justice Social Justice Workshop
April 25th
 
 

Couchiching Jubilee House:
Commences May 24th 
 
   
 

Georgian College: Ramp Up To Employment
March 26th to April 11th


Orillia Community Kitchen Workshops
Various Dates








Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30pm
St. Paul's Centre, 62 Peter Street N

For more Information, Contact:



stpaulscentre.ca - orillia community kitchen

Wed, April 10, 2019 Honey Grilled Salmon & Asparagus: sample The Canada Food Guide
Wed, April 17, 2019 Cook Good Food Box (will try to fit in an Eat Your Greens Fritata): sample The Canada Food Guide
Wed, April 24, 2019 Fun Flatbread Pizza: sample The Canada Food Guide
Wed, May 1, 2019 Fruit Kabobs/Creamy Dreamy Hummus and Zesty Bean Dip: Sample The Canada Food Guide
Wed, May 8, 2019 No Bake Toasted Oat Granla Bars/Savoury Broccoli and Cheese Muffins: sample The Canada Food Guide
Wed, May 15, 2019 Turkey and Veggie stuffed Pita: sample The Canada Food Guide
Wed, May 29, 2019 Colourful Quinoa Salad: sample The Canada Food Guide
Wed, May 22, 2019 Fish and Fresh Herbs Veggie Packets: sample The Canada Food Guide


Have Your Say: Help Us Chart a Path for Orillia's Champlain Monument
April 30th



Orillia & District Literacy Council: Learn Computer Basics For Job Search
Ongoing



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Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit: RACE Against Drugs Local Planning Committee 
April 10th & 11th



Click here for volunteer posting.

Job descriptions:

Seeking Volunteer Coordinator (for approx. 40  vol each day)
  • He/She would work along with Carolyn
  • Call the lists of volunteers we have  prior to the event
  •  Welcome them the days of the event, and assign pre planned tasks, trouble shoot with me  with flexibility for the day as needs change J
  •  Set up  volunteer table for registering and directing the  volunteers for the 4 sessions Wed/Thurs am 8-12 PM 12-3 pm
 
Seeking Volunteer Lunch Coordinator (This could be the same person or a different person):
  • Set up tables with table cloths and make sure the kitchen is neat and clean
  •  May need to purchase coffee, cream sugar,  and make coffee (with our budget)
  • Would set out the sandwiches, fruit vegetables and  cookies, may need to heat soup and serve
  •  Would work with two grade 8 students from Notre Dame who are our Eco Commandos (to decrease our waste and leave a green footprint)  they take jugs of water to the presenters vs having water bottles. They also help set up the lunch and clean up after
  • Would help 2 other volunteers to set up and give out the snack for kids at the rotational pit stop (dixie cups of water and dixie cups with fish crackers in them
It is  a great event educating, increasing awareness and empowering our 650 grade five students from 22 elementary schools who are 10 years old:  to delay onset of drugs, cannabis and alcohol as well as  to handle peer pressure in a strong healthy way.

Those interested in volunteering may contact Carolyn Jones:

705-325-9565 ext. 7543 or  705-345-6677

carolyn.jones@smdhu.org


Helping Hands Seeking Volunteers


Information Orillia Volunteer Database
Ongoing

 
To suggest on opportunity,  click here .

Information Orillia is the Orillia and area's official volunteer centre. We are a proud member of Volunteer Canada and the Ontario Volunteer Centre Network. Information Orillia organizes and maintains a volunteer database that allows organizations to post new opportunities and allows volunteers to access those opportunities.

Services for volunteers:  IO's volunteer database allows volunteers to  create a volunteer profile  that allows organizations to contact them directly. In addition, our organization provides volunteers with counselling, referrals and training via workshops and appointments. 

Services for organizations:  IO's volunteer database allows organizations to post opportunities, access volunteer profiles, as well as other volunteer resources such as registration templates and screening tools. For more information about software that helps to manage volunteer recognition and recruitment,  website .

To book an appointment with our Manger of Volunteer and Youth Engagement Services, Sukhi Kaur, call 705-326-7743 or email.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS AND INFORMATION
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Hospice Orillia: Support Group for Overdose Related Losses
Registration Now Open

 
City of Orillia: Help Set The Direction of Orillia's Transportation Future
Public Information Centre
April 9
 
 
For immediate release (March 21, 2019) - The City of Orillia is looking at options for its transportation future and wants to get your input at a Public Information Centre (PIC) on April 9 from 4 to 7:30 p.m.
 
Attend this drop-in style PIC to review and comment on the options and alternatives for the City's Transportation Master Plan (TMP) update and to discuss the project further with the study team.
 
The upcoming PIC is a follow-up to the successful Orillia Transportation Survey recently completed as part of the public consultation process. With more than 800 responses received, the survey provided valuable feedback to inform the development of options and alternatives for consideration.
 
Details regarding the results of the survey are available online for review prior to the PIC at orillia.ca/tmp .
 
What:
Public Information Centre for the Transportation Master Plan Update
 
When:            
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
4 - 7:30 p.m.
Where:
 
Orillia City Centre
Tudhope-McIntyre Boardroom
First floor
50 Andrew St. S.
 
For those unable to attend the PIC, materials will be available for review and comment at the Orillia City Centre, 50 Andrew St. S. (third floor), and online at orillia.ca/tmp from April 10-26.
The TMP update is intended to re-evaluate the planned transportation networks in relation to changing trends, emerging needs, and new opportunities for multiple modes of transportation including driving, transit, cycling, walking, and recreational vehicles.
The study is in accordance with Phases 1 and 2 of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process. Following the PIC and a review of comments received, recommendations on the preferred design concepts will be brought to Council for consideration.
The City of Orillia is a city of 31,000 people in the heart of Ontario's Lake Country on the shores of Lake Couchiching and Lake Simcoe. Visit our website at orillia.ca.
 
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Jeremy Dutka
Project Engineer II
Development Services and Engineering Department
705-325-2314
Melissa Gowanlock
Communications Coordinator
705-325-2108
705-330-1951 (cell)


Lakehead University: Formally Adopts the Okanagan Charter
Media Release



Lakehead University is placing the health and well-being of students, faculty and staff at the forefront with the formal adoption of the Okanagan Charter: An International Charter for Health Promoting Universities and Colleges.
 
The Charter was signed on Wednesday by Dr. Moira McPherson, Lakehead's President and Vice-Chancellor, during a special event held at the University's Thunder Bay campus, and by Principal Dr. Dean Jobin-Bevans, at the University's Orillia campus.
 
An outcome of the 2015 International Conference on Health Promoting Universities and Colleges, the Charter calls on post-secondary institutions to embed health and well-being into all aspects of campus culture, including the development of policies, procedures and practices.
 
This commitment to student, faculty and staff health and well-being inside and outside of the classroom is an essential element of the University's 2018-2023 Strategic Plan.
 
"We recognize that promoting health and well-being is necessary to achieving our vision of providing a transformative university experience, which is why Lakehead University has taken the step to adopt the Okanagan Charter," explained Dr. McPherson.
 
"Exceptional scholarship and student potential are sustained by the mental and physical health of our people, and a healthy and supportive campus environment. We want to embed this notion into all aspects of campus culture and across operations," she added.
 
As part of the adoption of the Charter, Lakehead University has committed to developing a comprehensive, campus-wide Wellness Strategy that will support, encourage and inspire a culture of health and well-being for all who study and work at the university.
 
Andrea Tarsitano, Vice-Provost (Students) and Registrar, is co-lead of the newly formed Wellness Advisory Committee that will be leading the development of the strategy.
 
"Our goal is to promote the idea that health and wellness isn't just the responsibility of one particular department, but that advancing health and wellness needs to be a commitment across all disciplines and departments within our university community," she said.
 
"There will be many opportunities for students, faculty and staff to get involved and provide their visions of what a healthy campus looks like."
 
Consultations for Lakehead University's Wellness Strategy will begin in the coming months.
 
More information about the Okanagan Charter can be found at www.healthpromotingcampuses.ca.
 
Elder Gerry Martin signs the Okanagan Charter at Lakehead Thunder Bay while Dr. Moira McPherson, Lakehead's President and Vice-Chancellor, watches.

  Principal Dr. Dean Jobin-Bevans signs the Okanagan Charter with Elana Weber, Student Wellness and Athletics Coordinator, on the Orillia campus.


Catholic Family Services of Simcoe County: Pull Up A Chair
Now Accepting Applications

Orillia District Literacy Council: Seeking Board Members
Ongoing




Community Foundation of Orillia & Area: Spring Grant Applications Available
Accepting Applications Until April 18th




Jubilee Chorale Choir
Announcement

 
Jubilee Chorale Choir of Orillia is pleased to donate proceeds in support of community from our Dec 9/18 concert at St. David Anglican~Lutheran Church. President Shirley Huntley, along with Conductor Brent Mayhew and some Chorale members present a cheque for $1000 to Pastor Lori Pilatzki in support of St. David programs. Jubilee Chorale also enjoys singing at various senior residences through the season. We are thrilled and working toward our upcoming concert on Sun June 2/19 at 2:30pm, Westmount Congregation, Orillia. Jubilee Chorale thanks you for your continued support. 


RBC Work-Integrated Learning Program With Lakehead University
No Date

 
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