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Stratford's newest resident bluesman plays D.H. April 20
Dylan Wickens has played with the likes of Jeff Healey and Serena Ryder.
Night of African music to support local filmmakers
Ekhaya: A Night of Afro-Beat and World Music in Stratford is a ticketed event with a cover charge of $20. The band will also be offering lessons in African drumming between sets for a minimum donation of $10 per person.
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Wednesday, September, 10, 2014 - 5:05:56 PM
Another bucket dumped for ALS "Congratulations on accepting the challenge Ted!"
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Bygone era of local school decisions "As a student I went from a four room community public school to a regional school with multiple rooms for each grade to a regional hight school with 14 grade 9's. at each step I felt more disconnected from the learning process. Indifferent teachers t"
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Bad money managing "If Stratford got the 100 million for Festival Hydro, I believe that would eliminate their debt, or very close to it, if they wanted to pay if off. This alone, would stop them from having to pay to service that debt, perhaps saving as much per year as"
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A night with 'Patsy Cline' coming up April 19
In the early '60s, recording star Patsy Cline took country music uptown, with songs like “I Fall To Pieces," “Walking After Midnight,” and Willie Nelson’s timeless “Crazy,” which became the top jukebox hit of all time.
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First hometown show for Kirkton fiddler
Ashley Giles is a member of the Country Versatiles, who are part of the Sounds of Spring Fiddle Show and Dance on April 14.
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Suns to play benefit concert in memory of Daryl Metzger
For Scott Metzger, this Friday night at the Central Tavern will be more than a fundraiser for cancer research. It will be a tribute.
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It’s not bedtime – it’s showtime!
After weeks and weeks of rehearsals, The County Towne Players are ready to make your sides hurt from laughter with their hilarious presentation of ‘Bedtime Stories’.
‘Bedtime Stories’ offers witty script, great comedic acting
These aren’t the bedtime stories your parents read to you.
Shelf Life – April 11
What's new at Stratford Public Library
The Book Shelf – April 11
New children's offerings at Stratford Public Library
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Elmira Maple Syrup Festival enjoys another successful year
They came, they saw, they ate.
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Kiwanis fest getting help
The festival, now in its 87th year, has come up short on the income side of its ledger this year.
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Music and Opera show to raise funds for anniversary season
The concert will take place this Sunday, April 7 from 2:30–3:30 p.m. at Central United Church.
Shelf Life – April 4
What's new at Stratford Public Library
The Book Shelf – April 4
New children's offerings at Stratford Public Library
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Floradale play to address issue of aging parents
Floradale Mennonite Church is getting ready to present a play that will touch on an issue many people are facing — how to help an aging parent who needs to leave her longtime home.
Grey Bruce Singers to perform in New York City
The Grey Bruce Singers and director Dianne Leith are heading to New York City.
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Maplefest 2013 is right around the corner
There are those that believe that the call of a crow in March is a sure sign of spring. Others think that the first sighting of a groundhog is a sign of spring. The Egremont Optimists, however, believe that Maplefest is the true bell ringer of spring.
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Save the date for Maggie’s Getting Married
HARRISTON – Anyone who has ever attended a wedding knows that seldom does anyone get hitched without a hitch.
 
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