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A Night of Canadian Rock

Live by the Falls closes out the year with A Night of Canadian Rock, sponsored by 91.7 Giant FM, featuring performances by Chilliwack, Trooper, and headliner Tom Cochrane with Red Rider.

Starting at 6:00pm, purchase tokens and explore our Bands • Bites • Brews pre-show festivities! Treat yourself to a delicious in-house selection of Canadiana inspired foods, washed down with a refreshing draught beer poured for you by our featured Ontario craft breweries.

On sale now! Tickets start at $57 (all taxes and fees included) and can be purchased online with Ticketpro, by phone at 1-888-997-6222, and by visiting our Box Office.

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A Skydiggers’ Christmas

A Skydiggers’ Christmas, Sat Dec 1, 8pm $41.50 / 51.50

More than twenty-five years after the band’s formation, the roots rock veterans continue to create and inspire with their unique blend of Canadiana.  The Skydiggers bring songs from their extensive catalogue, as well as some holiday favorites, for this special show at Meaford Hall. Presented by Inside the Music

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Royal Wood with opener Elise LeGrow

Royal Wood with opener Elise LeGrow, Sat Nov 24, 8pm, $40/45

Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, multiple JUNO nominated producer Royal Wood has established himself as a true musical talent. Since being proclaimed “Songwriter of the Year” by iTunes, Wood has continued to evolve and hone his musical craft – maintaining an unmistakable identity while uncovering and reinventing his sound.  www.royalwood.caPresented by Meaford Hall

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Ski Back in Time

Ski back in time this Holiday season! Dress up in retro skiing gear & pose in local skiing pictures from the 1940’s and 50’s.  Green screen event at the Craigleith Heritage Depot, Saturday November 24th, from 1-4pm.  By donation.  113 Lakeshore Rd. E., The Blue Mountains.

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Elvis Tribute Peter Irwin and the Memphis Rebels

Elvis Tribute Peter Irwin and the Memphis Rebels, Friday Nov 23, 7:30pm, $27

Elvis Tribute artist Peter Irwin, who won the Canadian Amateur Champion in the 1998 Collingwood Elvis Festival will perform with his band, The Memphis Rebels. In 2006 Peter won the People’s Choice Award Competition in Hamilton, Ontario.  Las Vegas travellers who have watched multiple Tribute acts rank Peter as the best they have seen. From Lady Luck Music, an All Elvis Online Radio Station in Montreal, Quebec, Peter received accolades for his beautiful and powerful renditions of Elvis’ hits. His eight member accompanying Band, The Memphis Rebels, is a full complement Rock and Roll Band with back-up singers and an awesome horn section under the direction of Mr. Fred Parsons of Owen Sound. https://www.facebook.com/Peter-Irwin–310776464238/  Presented by Meaford Hall.

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John McDermott

John McDermott, Sat Nov 17, 8pm    $75/90

“Legend” is not a title John McDermott would readily embrace, but his accomplishments have become legendary in recording industry lore. He calls Toronto and Boston home, but he has also found a home as an international recording star and household name – known as much for his successful musical career as for his commitment to veterans’ causes. He is a long way from the man for whom singing was a hobby just ten years ago. John was discovered quite by chance, when working as a circulation sales representative for the Toronto Sun, he belted out an impromptu rendition of “Danny Boy” at a company party. “I grew up singing, but I thought everybody grew up singing. My dad and mom introduced us to music early on, and all of the McDermott kids could unleash a verse or two of ‘Scotland the Brave’ or ‘Green Isle of Erin’ on command. My song was ‘Danny Boy,’ and I sang it with pride, because even as a kid I knew what a powerful and emotive song it was.” www.johnmcdermott.com  Presented by Meaford Hall. 

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Wingfield Unbound

Wingfield Unbound, by Dan Needles, starring Rod Beattie, directed by Douglas Beattie, Thurs Nov 15 – 8pm $35

In his fourth season on the farm (and his first as a married man) Walt Wingfield tries to preserve the memory of the old rural community of Persephone Township by promoting the crumbling Hollyhock Mill as a museum site. But the locals say the mill is haunted. Undaunted by such superstitious fears, Walt sets out to prove to the neighbours that there’s nothing to this curse business – with near disastrous results. www.wingfieldfarm.ca Presented by Meaford Hall

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Experience the charm and history of Lincoln’s heritage homes and churches on the 15th annual Rotary Club of Lincoln Lamplighter Tour, “Family Footprints in Lincoln.”

Walk along local streets following the glow of lamplight as you visit theatre-like settings at four historic venues in Beamsville. Through the storytelling of Lamplighter Guides and four original plays based on actual events from the 1880s through the early 1970s, you’ll learn about the lives of four well-known families whose footprints have left an indelible mark on this town.

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Practically Hip, Tribute to The Tragically Hip

Practically Hip, Tribute to The Tragically Hip, Sat Nov 10, 8pm, $35

Established in Southern Ontario in 1997, “Practically Hip” wows their audiences with their passionate recreation of the Hip’s unique sound. They are the most sought after “Tragically Hip” tribute act in Ontario and the U.S. You’ll be amazed at the vocal ability of Dean Hughes! You will think you are hearing Gord Downie as Dean performs the songs, rants and stories along with the five piece band. While playing songs note perfect and then adding jams the Hip is known for, is something their audiences constantly rave about.  Presented by Meaford Hall.

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Exhibition & Opening: Conor Mac Neill: Canadian Myths and Legends

Conor Mac Neill exhibit entitled Canadian Myths and Legends exhibit will be on display at the Pumphouse gallery from November 1-30, 2018. Please join us on Friday, November 2 from 7-9 pm as we celebrate the opening of of the exhibit. Everyone is welcome.

The exhibit consists of 2 small collections; one that explores Canadian myths and legends on a national level, and a second that explores Canadian myths and legends on a regional level looking specifically at Niagara-on-the-Lake.  The national level collection explores cryptids and quirky creatures rumored to inhabit the Canadian wilderness and landscape. The regional collection consist of a series of portraits exploring some of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s most infamous characters. This project was done in collaboration with the Niagara Historical Society, with the intent of exploring some of the town’s most colorful legends, many of whose stories are largely unknown.

In addition to MacNeill’s detailed paintings, he includes works by his 4-year-old son, Declan, who interprets the same myths and characters in a more primitive style, which highlights the point that there can be many interpretations to these legends.

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