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Winterfest 2014 at the Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre

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Sybil Rampen

Is the founder of the Joshua Creek Heritage Arts Centre and the niece of Egyptologist and artist Amice Calverley. Sybil Calverley Rampen is the author of "The Grannies" which was later turned into a the film "Hell's Grannies" which premiered at Toronto's Hot Docs in 2007.

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Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre is hosting it’s first Winterfest celebration on Sunday,February 16th from 1:00-5:00pm. This fundraising event will have an old-fashioned theme with indoor and outdoor activities at a 52-acre heritage property in Oakville.

Guests of all ages are invited for ice-skating on the pond, games and prizes in the snow, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, and more. Indoor activities include live musical entertainment, arts and crafts, traditional games and prizes, henna tattoos, a silent auction and a bake sale.

The event costs $10 for adults and $5 for children. Funds raised from this event will help support and sustain the Centre and its numerous members from the community. More than a dozen stores and organizations are supporting this event by providing food, supplies and services.

Parking space for this event is limited so pre-register and purchase tickets in advance by emailinginfo@joshuacreekarts.com. For more information visit www.joshuacreekarts.com. Built in 1827 the Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre is located at 1086 Burnhamthorpe Road East, 1km east of Trafalgar Road.