January 8th, 2015

Things to Do – January 2015

Happy 2015! To celebrate the New Year, why not try a new activity or attend one of the fun events happening around the Region? Below are just some of the great things going on in January.

Be sure to check the blog every month for new event highlights!  

The KW Art Gallery is offering a family day January 11th from 1:00-4:00pm, with activities geared toward children ages 4-12. Take part in drama workshops and interactive games, and listen to stories told by the Kitchener Public Library. Suggested donation of $5.00 per child.

THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener continues its’ Unwrapping Egypt exhibit, with many special workshops and events for adults and children alike. Wednesday admission is only $5.00!

Every Saturday at 2pm, Kitchener Public Library (Central Branch) offers a free movie – January’s theme is “Books to Film”. No registration required, and you can bring your own snacks!

On the last Monday of every month (Sept-June) Cambridge Public Library also offers free movie screenings. On January 26th at 7:00pm, see the airborne documentary, The Wings of Johnny May, courtesy of the National Film Board, at Queen’s Square. Following the life of Johnny May, the first Inuit bush pilot in Nunavik, this documentary captures a unique culture and the adventures he’s had.

Elmira District Community Living (EDCL) is hosting information sessions on two of their programs: Trying It On For Size and Day Supports Plus. The workshops, held on January 14th from 6:00-7:30pm, are free and open to parents and caregivers. To attend RSVP to Lisa Reitzel, Program Manager EDCL at 519-663-3173 ext. 224, or email lreitzel@elmiraacl.com

Bundle up and enjoy some public skating at Kitchener’s Carl Zehr square, the Cambridge Centre (indoors), or on one of Waterloo’s indoor or outdoor rinks.