Things to do in Oshawa this November

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All the best things to do in Oshawa this November…

It’s the one that you want! It’s Sing-a-long Grease! Watch Grease on the big screen and enjoy singing along to your favourite tunes.  Dress in ’50s style or as your favourite Grease character! General Skorski Hall, 1551 Stevenson Road North, Oshawa. Partial proceeds going to the Durham Girls Choir November 5, 2016. Tickets are $20.  Doors at 6:30 pm, show starts at 7:30 pm. 

Some of Durham Region’s finest chefs will be stirring up signature soups and desserts at the 3rd annual Feed the Need Durham’s Empty Bowls fundraising event, featuring unique, handcrafted bowls donated by the Durham Potters Guild. November 5, 2016.  Oshawa Golf and Curling Club, 160 Alexandra Street, Oshawa. November 6, 2016.  11 am to 4 pm.  Adults $60, children $30, under 5s free. Register by calling 905-571-3863

It’s the last Sunday FUNday for 2016 at Oshawa Museum, and it’s free!  Visitor Hosts will show you how to make homemade harmonicas and egg carton shakers. Afterwards, visit the Museum’s latest exhibit, Getting in Tune: Oshawa’s Musical History to learn about Oshawa’s piano factory and see Edison Phonographs! November 6, 2016. 1 pm to 4 pm. Guy House, Lakeview Park, Oshawa. FREE. 

Don’t miss Oshawa’s exciting art event, RMG Exposed! It’s a fundraising auction of juried photography in support of The Robert McLaughlin Gallery,boasting one-of-a-kind photographs for both your viewing, and buying, pleasure.  November 12, 2016. 7 pm to 10 pm. Tickets are $60, students $30 with valid student ID. 72 Queen Street, Oshawa. 

The Ontario Philharmonic presents The Weather According to Vivaldi, where The Four Seasons is featured in OP’s opening concert. Follow Vivaldi’s vision of what a year’s worth of weather can be – including Summer thunderstorms, barking dogs in Springtime, the crispness of Fall, and the austerity of Winter.  November 12, 2016. 8 pm. UOIT Regent Theatre, 50 King Street East, Oshawa. Tickets $45 to $65.

Bif Naked, Canada’s princess of punk, plays the Moustache Club, for an intimate evening of songs and stories, part of her I, Bificus Tour. November 15, 2016. 15 Simcoe Street, Oshawa. Tickets $30. Doors at 8 pm. 19+. 

Enjoy a four course unique dining experience with celebrity chef Jamie Kennedy at Bistro ’67 at Durham College Centre for Food! November 17, 2016. 6 pm. $70 per person plus tax and service charges. 1604 Champlain Ave., Whitby. 

The Strange and Astounding Show is Canada’s only fully interactive Horror Convention and Vendor Market, with more than 40 vendors, celebrities, guests, interactive events and activities, photo ops and food, this is THE place for any horror fan.  This year’s theme is ‘Undead Xmas Nightmare’, and Zombie Santa returns! November 19 and 20, 2016. 151 Cadillac Avenue North, Oshawa. 

In its fifth year, the Reebok CrossFit Invitational will take over the Tribute Communities Centre (formerly the GM Centre), in the most stacked event to date!  The Invitational is CrossFit’s all-star game, with the fittest men and women from each section of the globe coming together to compete. After the CrossFit Games, athletes are carefully chosen and invited to represent their respective countries at the Invitational. At this year’s Invitational, 20 CrossFit Games athletes, including six champions, will be in attendance. November 20, 2016. Tickets $89.50 at the box office.  Tribute Communities Centre, 99 Athol Street East, Oshawa. 

Check out Drone Fair Ontario at UOIT! It’s the first event of its kind in Canada, bringing together vendors, innovators, professional pilots and enthusiasts for an event that will entice, educate and elevate drone technology.  November 26 and 27, 2016.  Durham College/UOIT Health and Wellness Centre, 2000 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa. Buy tickets online

 

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