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Classic Theatre Festival Takes Home Two Capital Theatre Awards

Classic Theatre Festival Takes Home Two Capital Theatre Awards
PERTH – When members of the national capital region’s theatre scene gathered at the National Arts Centre on December 3, the Classic Theatre Festival was honoured with two Capital Theatre Awards, capping off its 9th successful summer season in heritage Perth. The 20th annual awards ceremony, organized by some of Canada’s top theatre reviewers, presented Toronto-based performer Catherine McNally with a Best Actress... Read More

Yuk Yuks Comedy Show coming to the Cardinal Legion March 16th

Yuk Yuks Comedy Show coming to the Cardinal Legion March 16th
CARDINAL – The Cardinal Legion will be hosting an evening of chuckles and laughs as they welcome Yuk Yuk’s Comedy tour to the branch on March 16th, 2019. The evening’s entertainment features comedians Chris Quigley, Greg Shroder, and Michael Lifshitz. Tickets are $25 each and are available at the branch during open hours. You can also get your tickets from... Read More

Paquette Productions presents Elvis: A Christmas Special Dec 6th at the BAC

Paquette Productions presents Elvis: A Christmas Special Dec 6th at the BAC
Starring Pete Paquette with Special Guest Amberley Beatty Brockville – This Holiday season, the incredible showman, Pete Paquette, and his band, the Rockin’ Royals with the sensational Tonettes, returns in “Elvis: A Christmas Special”, a new show featuring a special guest performance by the dazzling Ms. Amberley Beatty. Best known for his portrayal as Elvis Presley, Pete takes the stage... Read More

Deck the Small Halls starts this week with music and laughs

Deck the Small Halls starts this week with music and laughs
Ottawa – The Ontario Festival of Small Halls is kicking off its festive hall-iday shows this week, bringing big names in holiday music and comedy to special places across Eastern Ontario. The festival is expanding its holiday offerings, while presenting the enthralling live performance of David Myles in Seeley’s Bay and Balderson; as well as the unforgettable music of JUNO-nominated, Royal Wood, in... Read More

CBS All Access Original Series “Tell Me a Story” To Launch In Canada On Wednesday, Oct. 31

CBS All Access Original Series “Tell Me a Story” To Launch In Canada On Wednesday, Oct. 31
Set in Modern-day New York City, “Tell Me a Story” Takes the World’s Most Beloved Fairy Tales and Reimagines Them as a Dark and Twisted Psychological Thriller NEW YORK – CBS All Access announced today that its upcoming psychological thriller series, TELL ME A STORY, will launch on its service in Canada on Wednesday, Oct. 31. Following premiere week, new episodes of TELL ME A STORY’s 10-episode first season... Read More

Mixed feelings about your gambling are a warning sign. Know the signs before it becomes a problem

Mixed feelings about your gambling are a warning sign.  Know the signs before it becomes a problem
This week is Problem Gambling Prevention Week in Kingston, Gananoque, and Napanee Toronto – People who experience mixed feelings about gambling, such as guilt, anxiety or frustration, are encouraged to know the signs and recognize they are important warning signals. According to the Responsible Gambling Council (RGC), these feelings are there for a reason. Ignoring them can only make a situation... Read More

Brockville Museum seeks photo from 1979

Brockville Museum seeks photo from 1979
Brockville – The Brockville Museum is currently working on a new family-friendly exhibit that will explore the immigration stories and journeys of those who have called Brockville home. The exhibit will feature profiles of specific waves of immigration, including British Home Children, Dutch immigrants, and Vietnamese refugees. As it works on developing this exhibit, however, the museum has identified a... Read More

Team Canada chopped their way to a bronze medal in Liverpool for the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® 2018 World Championship

Team Canada chopped their way to a bronze medal in Liverpool for the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® 2018 World Championship
LIVERPOOL – Twenty-three nations from across the world chopped and sawed their way through the competition in hopes of finishing on top on October 19th. In a thrilling competition in front of 3,000 spectators in the Echo Arena in Liverpool, the team from Australia won the Championship for the sixth time. After setting a new world record in the semi-final, they defeated the impressive team from the USA in... Read More

Of Plagues and Vampires Brockville Friends of the Library Features Dr. Michael Hefferon Oct 27th, 2018

Of Plagues and Vampires Brockville Friends of the Library Features Dr. Michael Hefferon Oct 27th, 2018
Brockville – Kingston’s semi- retired Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Oncology at Queen’s University; Dr. Michael Hefferon will be discussing his book, Of Plagues and Vampires at the Brockville Public Library at 2 p.m., on Saturday, October 27. Hear about the many myths, believable or factual and the role they play in medicine. Questions such as did Vampires really exist?... Read More

The Hockey Song by Stompin’ Tom Connors to be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame

The Hockey Song by Stompin’ Tom Connors to be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame
TORONTO – Iconic anthem The Hockey Song, written and originally performed by legendary Canadian folksinger Stompin’ Tom Connors, will be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame (CSHF) in a special ceremony on Saturday, October 27, in partnership with the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Released in 1973, the beloved song is celebrating its 45th anniversary as a staple tune played throughout Canadian and American... Read More