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Events

We are a diverse space with a gallery, patio, and lots of seating in between. Mulberry transforms itself into a dance floor, meeting room, mingling room, and a warm comfortable environment for every time of day. In addition to Mulberry’s own events, we are happy to play host to yours as well.  Let us know how we can accommodate your event by going to the contact page. To see our current and past events, just keep scrolling.

We are a diverse space with a gallery, patio, and lots of seating in between. Mulberry transforms itself into a dance floor, meeting room, mingling room, and a warm comfortable environment for every time of day. In addition to Mulberry’s own events, we are happy to play host to yours as well.  Let us know how we can accommodate your event by going to the contact page. To see our current and past events, just keep scrolling.

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Holiday Hours


Stay warm with Mulberry this Holiday Season!

Christmas Eve - 8am to 6pm
Christmas Day - Closed
Boxing Day - 9am to 6pm
New Year's Eve - 8am to 5pm
New Year's Day - Closed

Come enjoy the season with us!

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Matthew Fleming Live at Mulberry w/Troy Dowding


Matthew Fleming is a professional guitar player, composer and educator whose style ranges from jazz, rock, and folk music. His 19 years of experience has taken him across Canada numerous times, throughout the USA and recently into Europe. Alongside his solo career Matthew has been a part of many local acts such as Terra Lightfoot, The Inflation Kills, Hoosier Poet and Don Vail. You can expect to hear a wide range of solo guitar playing including original compositions, jazz standards and pop classics. He will be joined by the amazing Troy Dowding on trumpet for this performance.
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Mattie Leon Live at Mulberry


Hailing from Toronto, Mattie Leon is a singer/songwriter whose music strikes a beautiful balance between Folk/R&B and Pop. 2017 saw the release of his latest offering SIGNAL HILL; a 7-song collection of rhythmic Canadiana that Canadian Beats says is "Full of emotion and passion" and that "Mattie Leon is onto something brilliant."

Since embarking on his solo career in 2015 Mattie has been busy producing and releasing music, playing throughout Ontario and touring to the far reaches of Eastern Canada. His soulful debut EP, TERRACE, included the song JUST YOU that received airplay on CBC Radio 1 and garnered accolades from then host, Talia Schlanger. He followed up TERRACE with two small releases in 2016 that included standout track ALABAMA which was his first foray into historical material. The song is about Clifford Durr, civil rights lawyer in the 1950's and 60's, who assisted in bailing Rosa Parks out of jail after the Montgomery Bus Boycott. 

In the last few years Mattie has had three songs receive national radio play (JUST YOU,  SO MUCH MORE WITH ME,  BOY), has opened for national acts like Jared and The Mill and Scenic Route to Alaska, played showcases at Canadian Music Week, received an Arts Acclaim Award from The City of Brampton, and taken part in the Canada 150 celebrations at Pearson Airport.

Mattie continues to build momentum with his shows around Toronto and Ontario. If his recent record release show at Rivoli, Saturday night Showcase at The Dakota Tavern for Canadian Music Week, or packed performance at The Drake Hotel are any indication, Mattie is quickly becoming an artist with promise in the music scene of Toronto. 

The new record, SIGNAL HILL, was funded in part by FACTOR and will be supported with a cross country tour in 2018.


December’s Feature Artist: Gordon Leverton


Artist Biography:

Gordon Leverton breaks down the city into component parts. Shadows, buildings
and skylines, all become part of the same plane and transform into pieces of a
puzzle. Using acrylic paint and soft pastel mediums, Leverton explores a theme
common to the urban experience – how community connects us all.

Leverton is currently creating two new series. “Sight Lines” uses acrylics to look at
the city from a bird’s eye view, connecting buildings through circuitry in a graphic
style. “Certain Terms” examines our hot real estate market using wood, plastic and
metal assemblage to form faux house facades.

Gordon lives in Hamilton, Ontario with his wife and two children.

www.gordonleverton.com

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Chelsea Reed & Gillian Nicola Live at Mulberry


Aussie transplant Chelsea Reed proves that evocative lyrics and accessible melodies transcend borders as her formative experiences in Newcastle, Australia now infuse the musical brew she is creating in Toronto, her new home. This triple threat (singer, songwriter, pianist) is preparing to launch her first full-length recording, recorded with the guidance of respected Canadian producer, Dave Draves (Kathleen Edwards, Jim Bryson) in October 2017. The album takes the listener through the psyche of this self deprecating but playful twenty-something, exploring the universal themes of connection and purpose through a unique lens, with songs written by Chelsea herself, along with co-writes with some of Toronto’s sought after songwriting veterans. Piano and voice lessons drew her attention as an early teen, and although she has never really learned how to read music, that didn’t stop her from discovering a gift for songwriting after a jazz composition ended up accidentally becoming a pop song. Her first band was a soul/funk ensemble and she wrote a number of songs in that vein, and then went on to earn her stripes in every kind of cover band, playing pubs, weddings and festivals, singing everything from Billie Holliday to AC/DC. Her wide-ranging understanding of music made her a natural choice to compose music for two critically acclaimed theatrical productions in Sydney. Chelsea initially demonstrated her distinctive songwriting with her original fusion of smart folk sensibilities and indie radio pop in two critically acclaimed singles released in Australia, where she was a fixture in Sydney’s vibrant live music scene. Those lucky enough to catch one of her live performances in Toronto’s singer/songwriter venues are captivated by the full-bodied clarity of her velvety voice, and a Canadian tour throughout 2017/2018 will allow music lovers from coast to coast to experience this exciting talent and call her Canada’s own.
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November

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Laura Keating Live at Mulberry


The world around her is suddenly in closer view.

She writes about the things she sees, the things she hears and the things she  feels. It goes deep.

Laura Keating is a Hamilton-born folk-rock singer-songwriter who engages audiences with her personal stories which are the framework of vibrant melodies. When Keating plugs in her acoustic guitar, away she goes, with vocals that deliver the gentleness and power needed to soothe the soul or wake up the mind. She's on a journey to the heart and soul of life and she invites you along for the ride!

Her collection of songs is derived from a passionate heart and delivered with a compelling percussive style… sometimes mellow and reflective, sometimes raw and edgy but always emotional to the core.  Keating thrives on telling a good story, so there's always a message in her songs.

It can be the simple turn of a phrase, or a gaze at a rippling wave, that triggers a song into existence. Finding beauty in unexpected places entices her to write words which provoke thoughts about our own lives.

Honesty is everything and Keating exposes this fragility on stage and in her debut album Let Me Tell You, being released November, 2017.

Being the youngest sibling surrounded by musical brothers, music was always in front of her. From the early age of seven, Laura was toting around a guitar; then playing the piano to death in her teens; not surprisingly, writing her first songs at the tender age of fifteen. It was her passion then and is again, today

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Music found Laura when she needed it most and her songs speak volumes. Her music is the sum of her parts and she wants to share it with you.

Watch Laura Keating stir passion into performances at local live music venues, patios, fundraisers and house concerts.

For your copy of her debut album Let Me Tell You, contact

Laura on Facebook at LauraKeatingMusician or email

laurakeating.music@gmail.com. Digital uploads and website coming soon.


November’s Feature Artist: A.Linda VanWyk


Artist Statement

I am a contemporary mixed media artist from Burlington, Ontario and I express ideas using painted pieces of paper. I have studied and used various media over the years but it is the art of collage that intrigues me the most. My creative process begins with painting the paper. My collage paper designs are prepared by direct painting with acrylic pant and ink, applying printmaking techniques including carved stamp block printing, the use of stencils and drawing text and other forms. Various Japanese and other papers are painted to achieve multiple textures, tones, lines and patterns. When applying the paper to the painting support, I continuously explore how patterns relate to one another and how each piece of paper is organized on the painting to support my original colour choices and design ideas. Along with collage papers, I apply acrylics, various inks, oil paint and cold wax.

I am drawn to plants as they provide an infinite array of shape, colour, pattern and gestural elements. While I am mainly influenced by botanical subjects, I am equally drawn to other forms where patterns, shapes and colours interact.

2017 Exhibitions/Events:
Elora Centre For The Arts Portraits and People Group Exhibit: Oct. 12 - Nov. 12
Art in Action Burlington Studio Tour: Nov. 4 - Nov. 5
Elora Centre For The Arts - Teaching Workshop - Hand Painted Papers: Nov. 12
Neilson Park Creative Centre, Etobicoke Juried Exhibit: Aug. 9 - Aug.27
Brampton Visual Arts Snail Mail World Postcard Art Show - 1st Prize: May, 2017
West Hamilton Artists Tour: May 13 - May 14
Dundas Valley School of Art Annual Auction: Apr. 6 - Apr. 8
Artworks Oakville Juried Exhibit: Feb 27 - Mar 25

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Omeri Live at Mulberry


Omeri is a singer and song writer inspired by 70’s R&B and pop classics. Growing up with this music constantly playing on the radio in the background at home, he naturally began singing along and cultivating his own sound. Shortly after he began writing original compositions and entertaining his friends. Growing up in the inner city of Buffalo, New York, his turbulent teen years brought about new experiences and aspirations of dancing and performing professionally. He spent time developing his dance skills and eventually auditioned for Americas Best DanceCrew. Continuing down the pathway of the aspiring entertainer he purchased his first guitar and continued to write. This writing tradition continues today. As fate would have it Omeri auditioned for and signed with an independent label Three 2 Go Music which is dedicated to the development of young talent. The influence of John Mayer, Darius Rucker, Kem, and Lauryn Hill are clearly heard in his music. The single release “Day Dreamin” is also the title of his debut CD featuring tracks with catchy hooks and colorful hypnotic melodies that will have listener’s heads nodding and feet tapping as they enjoy the lyrics. The “Day Dreamin” CD is set for a July 2015 release on the Three 2 Go Music label." -omerimusic.com
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Shealagh Rose Live at Mulberry


Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Shealagh Rose is a folk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who blends storytelling lyrics with sweeping melodic lines and open tunings. With influences from Joni Mitchell to Stevie Nicks, Shealagh brings new levels of emotion to folk music. "Shealagh has a writer's eye, a deep creative spirit, an artist's gift for emotional connection, and a singer's musical ears." -Rik Emmett (Triumph)
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Clementine Live at Mulberry


Come be enchanted by the gorgeous vocals, guitar and ukelele playing of Sarah Hamilton. "Clementine, a.k.a. Sarah Hamilton, has released an album that is melancholic, wistful, spare, bleak, inviting, and yet strangely not morbid: much like its titular clippings, it meditates on the growth and death and regrowth of things big and small." - Chris Matei, Greyowl Point https://clementine-music.bandcamp.com/releases