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Quilters grab their Piece of the springtime spotlight

Every-second-year show returns to the St. Marys Pyramid Centre this weekend

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Wildwood Conservation Area opening this weekend

Wildwood Conservation Area near St. Marys, along with its counterparts within the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority (UTRCA) in Woodstock (Pittock) and London (Fanshawe), officially opens for the 2014 outdoor recreation season on Friday, April 25 at 8 a.m. “The UTRCA employs over 70 full-time and seasonal staff to provide quality outdoor recreational opportunities in [...]

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Legally Blonde set to open in St. Jacobs

Elle Woods is what they call a quadruple threat.

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‘Central School’ the most popular Museum seminar

Second date added May 8 for much-anticipated tour of luxury condominium renovations

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Peak performers

The 88th season of the Kiwanis Festival of the Performing Arts is in full swing. Performers of all ages from across Southwestern Ontario are in Stratford for four weeks of competition in various disciplines.

Shelf Life – April 17

 TV Series @ SPL Did you know that the Library has TV series available for checkout on DVD? New shows including Game of Thrones, Doc Martin, Homeland, Call the Midwife, Orphan Black, The Newsroom, Breaking Bad, Flashpoint, New Girl, Girls, Sherlock, The Vampire Diaries, Downton Abbey, Modern Family, Hot In Cleveland, Orange is the New [...]

The Book Shelf – April 17

Flight of the Honeybee by Raymond Huber, 32 pages. @ SPL:  J 595.799 Huber A young honeybee, Scout, makes her first foray to search for flowers for the bees in her hive to harvest. She finds a sea of beautiful blossoms and visits one flower after another, sipping nectar while spreading pollen at the same [...]

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A sweet sounding start

The Kiwanis Festival of the Performing Arts officially launched its 2014 season Monday with a special evening of ensembles representing a cross-section of music disciplines, from vocal to instrumental.

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Anne Ryan-Murphy a portrait of perseverance

Stratford-based artist/advocate celebrates 65th with family and friends

Noah: Fun flick or dense dogma?

On its own, Noah makes for an enjoyable and trippy fantasy, but the religious connotations are hard to ignore.

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