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Deep concern about the educational value of the series The Story of Us

Deep concern about the educational value of the series The Story of Us
Calls for more information in order to be faithful to the story of “Us” OTTAWA – The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) has joined the Fédération nationale des conseils scolaires francophones (FNCSF) (National Federation of Francophone School Boards) in notifying the CBC ombudsman of their deep concern about the educational value of the series The Story of Us. “We are concerned that the... Read More

Author Terry Fallis Returns to Gananoque to Open the 1000 Islands Writers Festival – May 5th to 7th

Author Terry Fallis Returns to Gananoque to Open  the 1000 Islands Writers Festival – May 5th to 7th
By Pam Hudson, 1000 Islands Writers Festival With 14 Celebrated Canadian Authors and two-time National Spoken Word Champion PrufRock Shadowrunner, at the Gananoque Inn & Spa        Gananoque – From May 5th to 7th the 1000 Islands Writers Festival will join in the nation’s celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation with its intimate and friendly author engagements that... Read More

Brockville’s Rails to Trails Festival Organizers Cancel Fundraiser

Brockville’s Rails to Trails Festival Organizers Cancel Fundraiser
Brockville – Please be advised that the Brockville’s Rails to Trails Festival organizers have CANCELLED the fundraiser at the Aquatarium scheduled for April 27, 2017. However, The Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau would like to invite you to the Volunteer Awards ceremony that will take place at the Employment and Education Centre that same evening. Did you know The Volunteer... Read More

Festival of Small Halls welcomes new rural venues for 2017

Festival of Small Halls welcomes new rural venues for 2017
The festival that melds big names in music with rural communities in Eastern Ontario is enlivening new spaces this fall. Last year, the Ontario Festival of Small Halls got bigger and better, expanding its scope and bringing internationally-renowned musicians to two dozen rural gathering spaces. For 2017, the Festival is growing once again, encompassing more than 30 community halls from... Read More

St. John’s United Church to Host Annual Concert May 6th

St. John’s United Church to Host Annual Concert May 6th
BROCKVILLE – The St. John’s United Church Choir are holding their annual Spring Concert on Saturday, May 6th, 2017 beginning at 7:00 PM. Led by Brockville and Area Music Hall of Fame Choir Director Anne Landon, this concert will feature a variety of music to suit all tastes. Featured soloists include: Christopher Coyea, Alex Fleuriau-Chateau, Pam Poehlmann and Harold Hess.... Read More

Coors Banquet One Horse Town Announces Lineup for Third Annual Event

Coors Banquet One Horse Town Announces Lineup for Third Annual Event
By Hendrik Pape for SoundCheck Entertainment Brockville – For the third year in a row, Coors Banquet is looking to name Canada’s top One Horse Town and award them with a legendary country music concert.  Last year’s winner, Truro, Nova Scotia, was treated to the biggest concert the town has ever seen, featuring Dean Brody, Chad Brownlee, and the River... Read More

SLSF Announces MainStage Cast, Brand new “SideStage” plan, and Title of it’s Popular Community Play!

SLSF Announces MainStage Cast, Brand new “SideStage” plan, and Title of it’s Popular Community Play!
PRESCOTT – The St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival announced details of it’s programming and the casting for the summer season! Following last year’s swords and sandals hit Julius Caesar, this summer will transporting the audience to ancient Egypt for the romantic sequel, Antony & Cleopatra in addition to producing an original musical adaptation of the rollicking and swashbuckling story The Three... Read More