BUZZ Picks is an eclectic listing of events occurring throughout southwestern Ontario. From art gallery and museum shows to drag shows, from culture to sub-culture, from low-brow to high-brow… it's all in BUZZPICKS.

March 1, 2021 at 12:00am
Kingston Canadian Film Festival at Virtual Event
KCFF21 will be easier than ever to attend in 2021! If you or someone in your social bubble has a wifi signal, you’ll be able to stream all the movies, talks, Q&As, and festival action from the comfort of your home.  Running February 26-March 7, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will go fully digital for the first time ever.  Like many things these days, it’ll feel different – but they’re excited to embrace this new format that’ll be more accessible, affordable, and safe for festival-goers.
https://kingcanfilmfest.com/

March 2, 2021 at 12:00am
Kingston Canadian Film Festival at Virtual Event
KCFF21 will be easier than ever to attend in 2021! If you or someone in your social bubble has a wifi signal, you’ll be able to stream all the movies, talks, Q&As, and festival action from the comfort of your home.  Running February 26-March 7, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will go fully digital for the first time ever.  Like many things these days, it’ll feel different – but they’re excited to embrace this new format that’ll be more accessible, affordable, and safe for festival-goers.
https://kingcanfilmfest.com/

March 3, 2021 at 7:00pm - 7:30pm
Black Indigenous Storytelling at Virtual Event
Facilitated by Andrea Williams, the program aims to foster Black, Indigenous cultural practices, and share Indigenous teachings. Weekly programming for children 0-6 years Facilitated by Andrea Williams. The program aims to foster Black, Indigenous cultural practices, and share Indigenous teachings along with participants.
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/black-indigenous-storytelling-with-andrea-williams-tickets-135754295753

March 3, 2021 at 12:00am
Kingston Canadian Film Festival at Virtual Event
KCFF21 will be easier than ever to attend in 2021! If you or someone in your social bubble has a wifi signal, you’ll be able to stream all the movies, talks, Q&As, and festival action from the comfort of your home.  Running February 26-March 7, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will go fully digital for the first time ever.  Like many things these days, it’ll feel different – but they’re excited to embrace this new format that’ll be more accessible, affordable, and safe for festival-goers.
https://kingcanfilmfest.com/

March 4, 2021 at 12:00am
Kingston Canadian Film Festival at Virtual Event
KCFF21 will be easier than ever to attend in 2021! If you or someone in your social bubble has a wifi signal, you’ll be able to stream all the movies, talks, Q&As, and festival action from the comfort of your home.  Running February 26-March 7, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will go fully digital for the first time ever.  Like many things these days, it’ll feel different – but they’re excited to embrace this new format that’ll be more accessible, affordable, and safe for festival-goers.
https://kingcanfilmfest.com/

March 4, 2021 at 8:30pm
Smut Peddlers: An evening of LGBTQ erotica at Live Stream
The return of Glad Day's own wildly successful evening of erotica and sexy writing from young queer, trans and non-binary writers at the world's oldest surviving LGBTQ bookstore, only this month they're not at Glad Day.  And, this month the theme is "straight"... BUT MAKE IT GAY!  Readers will take existing tropes, stories, or universes and make it gay. Glad Day pays tribute to their history of sexual liberation and sexually charged art with stories that are intended to titillate and tantalize. This special live streamed event will feature several smut and erotica authors doing what they do best, plus a collaboration with Sapphic Sundays.
https://www.gladdaylit.ca/gdtv

March 5, 2021 at 12:00am
Kingston Canadian Film Festival at Virtual Event
KCFF21 will be easier than ever to attend in 2021! If you or someone in your social bubble has a wifi signal, you’ll be able to stream all the movies, talks, Q&As, and festival action from the comfort of your home.  Running February 26-March 7, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will go fully digital for the first time ever.  Like many things these days, it’ll feel different – but they’re excited to embrace this new format that’ll be more accessible, affordable, and safe for festival-goers.
https://kingcanfilmfest.com/

March 6, 2021 at 12:00am
Kingston Canadian Film Festival at Virtual Event
KCFF21 will be easier than ever to attend in 2021! If you or someone in your social bubble has a wifi signal, you’ll be able to stream all the movies, talks, Q&As, and festival action from the comfort of your home.  Running February 26-March 7, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will go fully digital for the first time ever.  Like many things these days, it’ll feel different – but they’re excited to embrace this new format that’ll be more accessible, affordable, and safe for festival-goers.
https://kingcanfilmfest.com/

March 7, 2021 at 12:00am
Kingston Canadian Film Festival at Virtual Event
KCFF21 will be easier than ever to attend in 2021! If you or someone in your social bubble has a wifi signal, you’ll be able to stream all the movies, talks, Q&As, and festival action from the comfort of your home.  Running February 26-March 7, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will go fully digital for the first time ever.  Like many things these days, it’ll feel different – but they’re excited to embrace this new format that’ll be more accessible, affordable, and safe for festival-goers.
https://kingcanfilmfest.com/

March 8, 2021 at 7:00pm - 9:00pm
African & African American History Class - From Africa to Black Power at Virtual Event
Second Monday of each month through June 14, 2021 A monthly lesson on the journey of Africans & African Americans through history. This class consists of 10 monthly lessons on Black History. School has started, and many schools, including community colleges and universities are virtual. However, neither in-person or virtual lessons have done a good job teaching African & African American history, or the history of Black people throughout the diaspora. Therefore, historian and educator Jamon Jordan of Black Scroll Network History & Tours has started a monthly virtual class on African & American History. The class consists of 10 monthly lessons that will take us from the African origin of humanity to the election of Barack Obama, and how all of this history is connected. Refunds are only available if the lecture is cancelled or rescheduled. Refunds take about 10-14 days to process. All live lectures will conclude with a Q&A for 15-20 minutes. Fee: $25 per class
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/african-african-american-history-class-from-africa-to-black-power-tickets-120249484445

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March 27, 2021 at 10:00am
The Cloth that Changed the World at Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen's Park, Toronto
Sep 12, 2020 - Sep 1, 2021 Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion and science wherever they went around the globe. Featuring pieces from the Museum’s world-renowned collection, and several important international loans, this ROM-original exhibition explores how over thousands of years India’s artisans have created, perfected and innovated these printed and painted multicoloured cotton fabrics to fashion the body, honour divinities, and beautify palaces and homes.
https://www.rom.on.ca/

Sorry, no events listed for Sunday.