Climactic yoga, ghost hunting and a film festival that’s not TIFF – all in the September event round-up:
Watch a free blues performance by modern roots band Soulstack in the ACE Wind Tunnel at UOIT! The Grillin’ like a Villain food truck will be on site serving southern BBQ dishes, and as far as we know, the won’t be cooking in the ACE Wind Tunnel. Yet. Date: September 8. Location: 2000 Simcoe Street North. Time: 12 pm to 1:30 pm. Cost: FREE. Everyone welcome.
RMG Fridays are back in class on Friday, September 11, offering live music, art experiences, a cash bar and new Friday Night Film Features! Celebrate the openings of Beyond Measure: Domesticating Distance and Moving Image with the sweet melodies of The Birdloft, Roberta Quilico and a stunning performance and short film by the Durham School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance. Date: September 11. Location: 72 Queen Street. Time: 7 pm to 10 pm. Cost: FREE, and everyone is welcome.
We had to delete all our best puns when we realized that the “climactic” Hot Yoga in the UOIT ACE Wind Tunnel on September 24th was actually “climatic”. Regardless of the name, they still want you to come – from 6 pm to 7:15 pm, to be exact. Date: September 24. Location: 2000 Simcoe Street North. Time: 6 pm to 7:15 pm. Cost: $20, plus service charge and tax. Purchase online.
Roll out the red carpet…it’s the opening night gala at the Regent Theatre for the Durham Region Film Festival! From film, to storytelling and a panel discussion, the gala evening kicks off a weekend of the magic of film in two exciting locations. Click for all the details. Date: September 25. Location: 50 King Street East. Time: 6:45 pm. Cost: $10, children under 12 free. Tickets can be purchased online.
Join the paranormal research team PROO(f) and be part of the search for ghosts at the Oshawa Community Museum. Includes an interactive presentation about ghosts, hauntings, and all things paranormal, plus how to ghost hunt and use the tools of the trade. Date: September 26. Location: Oshawa Community Museum, Lakeview Park. Time: Three sessions: 8 pm/8:30 pm/9 pm. Tickets: $20 from the Oshawa Community Museum.