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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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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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Fonthill United’s “Homes for the Holidays” Christmas House Tour

Fonthill United Church’s 15th annual Christmas House Tour – November 17, 2018 from 10 am to 3 pm. Tour seven professionally decorated homes in Pelham.  Tickets: $25 includes light refreshments. Call 905-892-6433 to reserve; also at the decorators.

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Georgian Bay Story Slam GRAND FINALE

Georgian Bay Story Slam GRAND FINALE, Sat Nov 3 7pm, $25

Georgian Bay Story Slam is a live, true story telling competition interspersed with live music, resulting in an authentic entertainment experience ranging from the heartwarming to the hilarious!  For our Grand Slam show, we’re welcoming back past winners and fan favourites sharing their winning stories for our biggest prize purse yet! Presented by Meaford Culture Foundation. www.mhcfoundation.ca  www.facebook.com/georgianbaystoryslam/

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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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Jody’s Views of Leathertown Festival

Here are some photographs taken by Jody van der Kwaak at her visit to Acton’s Leathertown Festival this summer. Enjoy her photo album! Are you in any of these photos? If you want copies of any of these, contact us.                      

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Georgetown’s 2018 Rock’n’Roll Classics

By Chris Miller The 19th annual Rock‘n’Roll Classics was held in downtown Georgetown on a beautiful summer evening on August 24. In all the years I have been to this show I think it was the largest display of classic cars they ever had. From the real oldies, to huge American beauties with giant wings
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Eye Catchers at Milton’s Car Show

By Chris Miller On July 20 it seemed like thousands of classic car enthusiasts visited downtown Milton for their annual Classic Car Show. It looked like thousands of people were out admiring some amazing classics. Here is a sample of ones that were noteworthy. This is a lovely 1930 Ford A that’s ready to take
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Some Remarks at the BAH

On May 16 the magazine co-hosted a Business After Hours networking event for the Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce. Here is some of the speech that we gave. We began by thanking our co-host, Andrews Scenic Acres of Milton, and the staff of the Chamber who organized the event. Then we went on to say:
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Canada Blooms 2018

They’re setting up Canada Blooms today! We popped in this morning with 3,000 copies of our gorgeous Spring Gardens Special issue, which were requested to go into VIP goodie bags. While Mike was loading the boxes of magazines onto a skid, I strolled around and grabbed a few snaps while the garden installations were being
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