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Annual Create A Smile event on Sept. 21

Dear Editor: Walk or run on Sunday September 21st and show your support for Community Living St. Marys and Area! Create A Smile Foundation in partnership with Community Living St. Marys and Area is proud to announce our 11th Annual ‘Create A Smile’ Walk. Funds raised are used for community projects that enhance accessibility and [...]

The Book Shelf – Aug. 28

Noni is Nervous, by Heather Hartt-Sussman, 24 pages. @ SPL:  JP Hartt Noni, a preschooler, sometimes became anxious about things (such as playdates with bossy friends) but nothing had ever worried her as much as the prospect of starting school. She dreaded the first day. What should she wear? Where should she sit? Would her [...]

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Riverfest 2014

Check out the photos from the event.

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Christina filled with enticing parallels

The story follows Queen Christina of Sweden (Jenny Young) a tomboyish monarch who has no interest in the expectations thrust upon her due to her gender.

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‘Eureka moments’ at Festival in 2015

Shakespeare’s Hamlet will help kick off the Stratford Festival’s 2015 season, the theatre company announced Monday.

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Show is a fitting tribute to Patsy Cline

It’s been more than five decades since anyone has heard Patsy Cline perform live, but the next best thing is available at the St. Jacobs Schoolhouse Theatre, with A Closer Walk with Pasty Cline.

The Book Shelf – Aug. 21

Hideout by Gordon Korman, 288 pages. @ SPL:  J FIC Korma Summer is quickly drawing to a close, but there’s still time for middle-graders to relax and enjoy some light reading before school begins. Here are two suggestions of novels that are both suspenseful and entertaining. The first, Hideout, is the fifth title in a [...]

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Superb acting, epic story

Seeing a classic performance of Antony and Cleopatra was a welcome experience during a Stratford Festival season that could best be described as quirky.

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Half a century as Queen Street’s kings of the cob

Sweet corn a perfect summer companion to family’s all-year Egg House

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Amazing talent meets great music, with Hollywood Sings

Drayton Entertainment has had its share of tribute shows in the past number of years.
Hollywood Sings is one of its best.

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