Textures Craftworks: The combined effort of area artisans
Textures is an award-winning artisan collective located in Hamilton, ON at 236 Locke Street South.
Open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Textures has provided unique handmade one-of-a-kind items and gifts since 1983.
Drop by or give us a call today at 905-523-0636.
Textures Craftworks presents "Cool Blue" - on now through August 3rd. ****************************************************************** The Urban Dictionary
describes the word 'cool' as "the best way to say something is neat-o,
awesome, or swell".
Spiderman can climb
walls and he's got a cool outfit.
Wikipedia refers to
coolness as "an admired aesthetic of attitude, behaviour, comportment,
appearance and style".
The cool thing about
being famous is traveling. I have always wanted to travel across seas, like to
Canada and stuff.
There is no single
concept of cool. What is considered cool changes over time and varies among
cultures and generations.
Now that summer is here, what does being cool mean to
you? Weekends by the lake? Hiking through the woods? Hanging out in the freezer
section of your local grocery store?
I've never been cool - and I don't care.
Check out our Textures Craftworks version of
'cool' over on Facebook – in shades of blue!
Canada Day celebrates the anniversary of Confederation, when Canada became a country separate from the British Empire on July 1, 1867. On that date, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Province of Canada were united into a single country independent from England. Over the course of a century, Canada gradually shed its dependence on the United Kingdom until becoming fully independent in 1982, the same year that Canada Day became an official holiday.
Canada Day took decades to catch on due to the fact that many early Canadians identified themselves as British. It was not until Canada's "golden" anniversary in 1917 that an official celebration was recorded. The next Canada Day festivities did not occur until ten years later, in 1927.
The government's first recognition of the holiday occurred in 1958 with a trooping of the colour on Parliament Hill. The first country-wide celebration was in 1967, Canada's 100th anniversary. From that point on, Canada Day grew and evolved to become the widespread holiday it is today. Canada Day is now a national statutory holiday celebrated in all provinces and territories and it is a day off for most businesses, including the artisans of Textures Craftworks.
In the meantime, if you are looking for something to do locally, check out the Canada Day Celebration and Fireworks from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Bayfront and Pier 4 Parks in Hamilton. For more details on that, see:
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