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Drury Lane’s: The Last Resort

The Last Resort – May 2020
This musical comedy and murder mystery finds Nick, a restaurant owner on the run from the mob, hiding out in a rural Saskatchewan resort. He is accompanied by federal agent, Angela who is to ensure his safety. Upon arrival a threatening note is handed to Nick and it appears as though his whereabouts have been discovered. A ridiculous array of characters tries to deal with the fact there is a hit man among them!

Director – Aramenta Sobchak
Music Director – Trevor Price

Co-Producers: Katharine Mines-Costa and Katherine Kormos

Evenings 8:00 p.m.
May 8, 9, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30

Matinees 2:00 p.m.
May 17, 24, 31

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Grimsby Public Art Gallery Fundraising Auction, ‘All you need is love’

‘All you need is love’ for an evening of art, silent and live auctions, door prizes, gourmet treats,

cash bar, Beatles music, and much more.

The Grimsby Public Art Gallery’s annual fundraising auction in support of exhibitions and educational programs.

Friday March 27th, 7-9 pm, join us for the FREE Public Auction Preview and Artists Reception.

Saturday March 28th, doors open at 7 pm, live auction starts at 8 pm, silent auction closes at 10 pm

as guests continue to enjoy the colours and sounds of the celebrating 60 years of the Beatles.

‘With a little help from our friends’ … we can make this fundraiser historic!

Last ticket sold out quickly and there was a waiting list!!!

TICKETS are on sale now! Only $35 includes one drink. Purchase tickets by phoning the Gallery 905-945-3246 or visiting the Gallery in person.

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Grimsby Historical Society presents “Brought in Bondage: Africans Enslaved by United Empire Loyalists in Early Canada”

Join us for the Grimsby Historical Society February Speaker Series as we proudly welcome Natasha Henry, President, Ontario Black History Society, as she presents “Brought in Bondage: Africans Enslaved by United Empire Loyalists in Early Canada”.  Natasha will be highlighting stories of enslavement and freedom in the Grimsby and surrounding Niagara area.

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Drury Lane’s 40th Old Tyme Music Hall

40th Olde Tyme Music Hall – Feb-Mar 2020

Join our Marvelous Misters, Medolious Misses, and our distinguished Mr. Chairman as they present an amazing show that is bound to astound! Take a trip down memory lane with the most entertaining, comedic and touching moments of “Olde Tyme Music Hall” featuring some surprise guest artistes reprising some favourite numbers that span 4 decades. Booing and cheering are positively encouraged!

Directors/Choreographers – Caroline Clarke and Shelley Rennick
Music Director – Donna Dunn-Albert

Evenings 8:00 p.m.
February 7, 8, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29
March 5, 6, 7

Matinees 2:00 p.m.
Februrary 16, 23
March 1, 8

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Jim Cuddy Tours Escarpment Towns

This entertainment news just received:Jim Cuddy has written many of the songs that have become indelible in the soundtrack of Canadian lives.  To celebrate the release of his fifth solo album, Countrywide Soul, Jim – along with fiddler Anne Lindsay and guitarist Colin Cripps – will be performing for audiences across Ontario this fall.  Tickets
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Milton’s Art Shop for Originals

Original art is for sale at The Gallery Upstairs in Milton. With price points for every budget, there are also gift items and large outdoor pieces for the garden.The rooms in this building go on and on and there’s much more to find outside, too. This is a charming place to explore. September 2019 is
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Textile Art of Sandy Small Proudfoot

By Gloria Hildebrandt I just received this photograph of a quilt by artist Sandy Small Proudfoot. This image is so powerful that I want to share it, which I’m doing here with her permission. It is an intense depiction of a toga-wrapped skeleton on a black cross, although Sandy prefers “shroud” rather than “toga.” If
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Robert Bateman Returns to The Gallery Upstairs

This photo of Hedi Nowak, owner of The Gallery Upstairs, and world-famous artist Robert Bateman, was taken by Mike Davis on Bateman’s last visit to the gallery at 3 Mill St. in Milton. This Friday, Oct. 26, between 4 pm and 9 pm, you can meet Bateman at the gallery as he returns to meet
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Mike Davis as Steve McQueen’s replacement!

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CIRCLE ARTS in Tobermory For Sale

Have you ever dreamed of owning an art gallery in a beautiful summer destination spot? There is now a rare opportunity to purchase an award-winning seasonal art gallery in a thriving tourist destination, “downtown” Tobermory. This gallery has a 48-year respected reputation for offering high-quality Canadian fine art, ceramics, jewellery, glass, woodwork and more. Currently
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