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Canadian premiere performed by students

Seven students in total participated in the TorQ Percussion Seminar, which ran July 21-27 as a part of Stratford Summer Music.

The Book Shelf – July 24

Froggy Gets a Doggy, by Jonathan London, 32 pages. @ SPL:  JP Londo Froggy fans will know that this youngster leads a complicated life! Nothing seems to be easy for him. In previous stories, riding a bike, learning to swim, baking a cake and even just getting dressed have all landed Froggy in quite a [...]

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Get ready to ‘Party Like a Redneck’

Amy Rose Band headlines Kin Summerfest on Friday in St. Marys

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Wichita Lineman to pay tribute to Glen Campbell

Aaron Solomon thought he was a fan of Glen Campbell. Then he started to do the research for his show, Wichita Lineman.

Shelf Life – July 17

The Silkworm: A Cormoran Strike Novel By Robert Galbraith (a.k.a. JK Rowling) @SPL: FIC Galbr Being released without the hype of her more famous Harry Potter series suits the protagonist of JR Rowling’s more mature novels to a T. The Cormoran Strike novels contain all the intrigue, plot-twists and attention to language that made Harry [...]

The Book Shelf – July 17

Boredom Busters, by Caroline Fernandez, 128 pages. @ SPL:  J 790.1922 Fer It’s a rainy day. Your children are bored and have nothing to do. What do you do? Here’s an idea that’s infinitely better than sticking your children out into the rain or in front of the computer: reach for that handy book, Boredom [...]

Work ethic (and a daytimer) keep drummer in time

St. Marys native Riley O’Connor leads two jazz ensembles into Sunday’s Savour Stratford Perth festival finale

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Choir from Beijing coming to Exeter

A talented youth choir from China is coming to Exeter

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Percussion centre stage at Music Fest

New this year was the transformation of Tom Patterson Island into Tom Percussion Island, with a plethora of bangable, smashable, and, of course, loud instruments that visitors are welcome to play until July 20 free of charge.

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