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Love’s Quirky Farmer Anchors Mystery Thriller at Classic Theatre

Love’s Quirky Farmer Anchors Mystery Thriller at Classic Theatre
PERTH – Following a star turn in the Classic Theatre Festival’s award-winning production of Arms and the Man, Toronto actor Alastair Love has returned to Perth to play the role of a mysterious farmer in the “comedy-thriller” I’ll Be Back Before Midnight, the annual nail-biter that plays at the Festival’s mainstage until September 10 at 54 Beckwith Street East. I’ll Be... Read More

Award-Winning Robinson Returns for Classic Theatre’s Annual Mystery Thriller

Award-Winning Robinson Returns for Classic Theatre’s Annual Mystery Thriller
Perth – If living life passionately is a sign of success, then Lindsay Robinson is a successful person.  Robinson is currently in Perth to play the role of an archeologist in the “comedy-thriller” I’ll Be Back before Midnight, the annual nail-biter that opens at the Classic Theatre Festival’s mainstage August 18 at 54 Beckwith Street East. I’ll Be Back before Midnight,... Read More

Fradkin Feels and Shares Candida’s Deep Love at Classic Theatre

Fradkin Feels and Shares Candida’s Deep Love at Classic Theatre
At the heart of George Bernard Shaw’s warm and witty play Candida, now playing at the Classic Theatre Festival in Perth, is a clergyman’s spouse who is truly loved by everyone. But when one passionate young poet declares his obsessive love with her, it sparks a connubial crisis that forms the basis for one of Shaw’s most memorable pieces, a reflection on Victorian notions of love and... Read More

Candida-Mania arrives at Perth’s Classic Theatre Festival July 21

Candida-Mania arrives at Perth’s Classic Theatre Festival July 21
British cultural exports to North America have often earned monikers that suit the temperament they inspire. The adulation greeting four lads from Liverpool who crossed the pond in 1964 inspired Beatlemania, but long before that landmark Baby Boomer phenomenon, another “mania” was inspired by a play opening July 21 at Perth’s Classic Theatre Festival. “Candidamania” was an early 20th century sensation... Read More

Pet-friendly Businesses Support Ontario SPCA’s No Hot Pets Campaign

Pet-friendly Businesses Support Ontario SPCA’s No Hot Pets Campaign
Brockville – To help spread awareness about the dangers of leaving pets unattended in vehicles, and to assist pet owners, the Ontario SPCA is encouraging businesses across the province to take part in its annual No Hot Pets campaign. Read More

Classic Theatre’s Shows Look Back in Laughter and Reflection

Classic Theatre’s Shows Look Back in Laughter and Reflection
Perth – The Classic Theatre Festival in Perth is gearing up for two major openings later this month, as its 8th summer season heats up in sync with significant anniversaries being marked across the land. With Ontario and Canada both marking sesquicentennials, the Festival plans to present a number of works that both reflect where Canada was in 1867 and also... Read More

TIM HORTONS® CAMP DAY BUILDS BRIGHTER FUTURES ONE COFFEE AT A TIME

TIM HORTONS® CAMP DAY BUILDS BRIGHTER FUTURES ONE COFFEE AT A TIME
On Wednesday, May 31st, 100% of coffee sales and proceeds from limited edition bracelet purchases will help provide Canadian youth with a transformative camp experience. OAKVILLE – Canada’s Favourite Coffee™ helps kids from low-income families see a world of possibility. On May 31st, 100 per cent of proceeds from hot coffee sales at participating Tim Hortons Restaurants across Canada and... Read More

Perth Area Residents Beware of Donations for Local Youth Scam

Perth Area Residents Beware of Donations for Local Youth Scam
Town of Perth – Officers from the Lanark County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have been notified by Staff at YAK Youth Services of a fraud using their organisation as a “hook”. Staff contacted OPP after a local business owner had received a phone call seeking a cash donation to support YAK. The business owner did not make a... Read More

PDCI Blue Devils Win 2017 Upper Canada Cup Intermediate Boys’ Volleyball Championship

PDCI Blue Devils Win 2017 Upper Canada Cup Intermediate Boys’ Volleyball Championship
Avonmore – The Perth and District Collegiate Institute (PDCI) Blue Devils defeated Brockville Collegiate Institute (BCI) in three sets Friday to take the 2017 Upper Canada Cup Intermediate Boys’ Volleyball Championship, played at Tagwi Secondary School. After losing their first match of the day to BCI, the Devils battled back to challenge the Red Rams in the final, winning 25-16, 21-25, and 15-10.... Read More