Tag Archives | arts & entertainment

Memoirs Abound at Eden Mills Writers’ Festival

Author Plum Johnson will read from her award-winning and touching memoir at the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival on Sunday, Sept. 13. Niagara Escarpment Views will have free copies of back issues to give away, so be sure to stock up on any you’re missing. Our stories are timeless and fascinating, or so people tell us!
Read More »

Continue Reading Comments { 1 }

Readers, Writers Gather at 27th Eden Mills Writers’ Festival

Niagara Escarpment Views is pleased to be an exhibitor on Publishers’ Way on Sunday Sept. 13. Stop by to pick up free back issues that you may be missing – although we have run out of some issues. This festival is always a wonderful day for word lovers. Here’s more information about the entire four-day
Read More »

Continue Reading Comments { 3 }

Shaw Festival 2016 Season

Artistic Director Jackie Maxwell and the Shaw Festival are pleased to announce the 2016 playbill. Marking the Festival’s 55th season and the end of Maxwell’s 14-year tenure, the 2016 line-up of 10 diverse productions includes works from the heart of the mandate, contemporary Shavian pieces and the world premieres of two commissioned works.   Of
Read More »

Continue Reading Comments { 2 }

Impassioned Plea From Reader to Save Dogs

The play Beautiful Joe features Ryan Boyko as “Joe” and Mackenzie Muldoon as “Laura.” Thank you so much for your amazing magazine Niagara Escarpment Views! I would never have found out about Beautiful Joe and Meaford’s Beautiful Joe Park. Your article, “A Place for Joe”, tears were rolling down my face when I read it. I will
Read More »

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

Niagara Escarpment Mural Artist Robert Johannsen

I just learned about the artist responsible for a huge mural depicting the Niagara Escarpment that has been on an exterior wall in downtown Georgetown for years. Robert Johannsen recently contacted me about an exhibition he’s having this month, and I took the opportunity to find out about this iconic mural. I asked Johannsen how
Read More »

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

Shaw Festival Extends Guys and Dolls

At the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, the musical Guys and Dolls has been extended for about two more weeks. Here’s their own news report about this. We haven’t seen the show, so can’t comment ourselves: Already shaping up to be one of the season’s hottest tickets, Guys and Dolls will continue to captivate audiences for
Read More »

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

Caledon Hills Studio Tour 2013

We’re happy to recommend you to the Caledon Hills Studio Tour this autumn. If you enjoy a lovely drive in the country, seeing a variety of interesting homes and exploring wonderful, original pieces of art, this is an event you won’t want to miss. Here’s what the artists say: All the artists of the Caledon
Read More »

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

Seana McKenna Awarded Doctor of Sacred Letters

On Sept. 4 Seana McKenna was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Sacred Letters from The University of Trinity College, part of University of Toronto. Mike and I were invited to the event. We are proud that Seana has been a popular contributor to this magazine. Seana is currently at the Stratford Festival playing
Read More »

Continue Reading Comments { 1 }

5th Annual Cuisine Art at Alton Mill

We’re sharing interesting news from our friends at Alton Mill: A creative recipe for a perfect weekend: Take one historic mill, combine with an enviable art culture, mix in gifted artists, passionate local chefs, food producers and an array of exciting entertainment and merchants and what do you get? The 5th annual Cuisine–Art festival at the Alton
Read More »

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }

Niagara Escarpment Artist Cory Trepanier Nominated for Canadian Screen Award

Here’s some interesting submitted news about artist Cory Trepanier of Caledon: Landscape painter Cory Trepanier joins a luminary cast of talent at this year’s Canadian Screen Awards with the nomination of his third film “Into The Arctic II” in the category of Best Performing Arts or Arts Documentary Program or Series. In his third docu-film
Read More »

Continue Reading Comments { 0 }