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  • FOLKLORE MUSIC: Hands-on In-school Presentations... Black History / African Drumming; World Cultures; First Nations; Early Canada; Early Societies; and Music Essentials for K to grade 8.

    Supports and helps satisfy the Ontario Curriculum!  Email jimarnold@folkloremusic.com or call Jim at 905 819-4789 or text 416 806-6870 
    Visit www.folkloremusic.com Jim Arnold is an Educator and Musician who serves Southern Ontario and South Western Ontario
  • Museums of Burlington

    The Museums of Burlington consists of two historic sites: Ireland House Museum, and Joseph Brant Museum. Ireland House was built between 1835 – 1837
    Burlington
  • Roseneath Theatre

    Roseneath Theatre brings productions right into your school's gymnasium, cafetorium or auditorium – no buses, no permission forms, no wasted
    Ajax, Amherstburg, Aurora, Barrie, Belleville, Bracebridge, Bradford, West Gwillimbury, Brampton, Brant, Paris, Brantford, Brockville, Burlington, Caledon, Bolton, Cambridge, and 85 more cities.
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    Dairy Farmers of Ontario's Dairy Education Program

    Take a field trip without leaving the classroom! The dairy industry serves as an interesting and unique learning vehicle for students to expand their
    Algoma, Brant, Bruce, Kawartha Lakes, Dufferin, Dundas, Durham, Nipissing, Elgin, Essex, Kent, Chatham, Frontenac, Glengarry, Grenville, and 95 more cities.
  • Varley Art Gallery of Markham

    Varley Education Programs Engage your students with art, critical thinking, and creativity with the Varley Art Gallery of Markham! Designed to
    Markham, Richmond Hill, Thornhill, Toronto, Aurora, Newmarket; York Region; Greater Toronto Area
  • Ballet - let's talk about it!

    Employing the use of costumes, props, video and hands-on activities, Ballet – let’s talk about it! brings the world of ballet to life in a memorable way.
    Toronto, Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill, Aurora, Newmarket (please do ask about others!)
  • TreeTop Eco-Adventure Park

    Treetop Eco-Adventure Park is the GTA’s premier zip line and high ropes park. Our park is geared towards physical education, through our variety of
    Oshawa
  • Foley Mountain Conservation Area

    Foley Mountain Conservation Area is located high atop a granite ridge overlooking the Upper Rideau Lake and picturesque village of Westport, 30 km south of
    Kingston, Brockville, Perth, Smiths Falls, Lanark, Almonte, Carleton Place, and surrounding areas
  • Humber Arboretum

    The Humber Arboretum offers a variety of curriculum-connected outdoor education programs in both English and French at two locations in the City of
    Toronto
  • The ROC Challenge Course

    The ROC Summer School Programs The ROC is a multi-season destination with a wide variety of activities for all skills and abilities. During the Spring,
    Keswick