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Stratford couple holding free holiday concert
Traditionally, the Wiebes put on a free annual Christmas concert in their hometown on Dec. 23, and they will continue that tradition here in Stratford at Knox Presbyterian at 7 p.m. Admission is by donation.
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Mount Forest Santa Claus parade
The songs of the season rang out on Friday night in Mount Forest, as the community turned out in droves to enjoy the annual Santa Claus parade. Bundled up and in full song as little angels and shepherds are St. Mary Catholic School students (from left) Ashley Kiesau, Shea Lynn McLean, Ainsley Kiesau, Ryan Musselman and Ethan Clark.
Local bands performing in support of Optimism Place
Performers will include the B-Side Acoustic Band, BW Pawley and Plum Loco and HWY 19.
On Stage Dance fundraiser Saturday
Performances at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. will showcase the talent of the studio’s recreational dancers.
Choir offers Handel’s Messiah
The Stratford Concert Choir, under the direction of guest conductor Imre Olah, continues its 31st season with an offering of Handel’s Messiah, to be held Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Central United Church.
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Mantini Sisters to perform Christmas concert in St. Jacobs
The Mantini Sisters will celebrate the Christmas season with an evening of popular old and new holiday classics at the St. Jacobs Country Playhouse this week, Dec. 13-14
New TV series wants homeowners who make unconventional house repairs
An Ontario-wide search is underway to find homeowners with an unconventional approach to home repairs to be featured in a television show being produced by Ottawa-based Mountain Road Productions.
Shanghai comes alive in local author’s book
HARRISTON – Gang dynamics, billionaires and history are all tackled in Margaret Blair’s latest book, Shanghai Scarlet, which was launched Thursday at the Harriston library.
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Playmakers! shine
The Young Actors' Guild of Playmakers! Theatre School in Stratford held its holiday production of The Red Hat at Factory 163 this past weekend.
We’re off to see...the president?
Chet Greason, Popcornucopia. L.Frank Baum, the guy who wrote the Oz books that the Wizard of Oz film is based upon, was a noted Populist.
“Comfort & Joy” concert Dec. 15
Stratford-based singer/songwriter Pam Gerrand is hosting “Comfort & Joy,” an old-fashioned Christmas Concert and Sing A Long.
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EDSS drama students present fairy tales with a twist
Drama students at Elmira District Secondary School are set to stage a play that features fairy tales that deviate from their traditional themes.
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Writer entertains with stories from his youth
Barry Hopkins, a local newspaper columnist, spoke to a large group at the Arthur United Church on Nov. 29 as guest speaker at congregate luncheon sponsord by the Seniors Centre for Excellence.
‘Try Us First!’ Christmas shopping promotion underway
The Mount Forest and District Chamber of Commerce “Try Us First!” Christmas shopping promotion is shaping up to be the best yet, David Ford told chamber members at their annual Christmas dinner last week.
 
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