Canadian Forces veterans and a friend may ride for free with MiWay on Saturday, August 20 to attend the 95th Warriors’ Day Parade.
“MiWay is proud to support the Warriors’ Day Parade and the Canadian Forces veterans for the sacrifices they have made for their country,” said Geoff Marinoff, director, Transit. Continue reading Canadian Forces Veterans Ride Free on August 20 – Warriors’ Day Parade
Opening reception August 19, 7-9
PORT CREDIT, ON – During the month of August, Imagemaker Gallery is presenting the work of four very different artists, Margaret Byerley, June Hoffland, Barbara Clarke and Terry Gardner.
Their techniques range from acrylic abstract interpretations with wild washes of colour and texture, to softer watercolour images to landscape paintings.
“I find the medium of watercolours to be challenging, but perfect for expressions of subtle colour and intimate detail,” quotes Hoffland.
Gardner says, “My abstracts often result in moody landscape works, which lead the viewer to discern shapes and forms within them. There is something of the real world recognizable in my paintings.”
This eclectic group of artists believes that painting directs one to observe their surroundings carefully and to see the environment with a completely new set of eyes. Byerley says, “Sometimes I’m completely awed by how the pursuit of art has changed my perception of the world.”
Friday, September 16, 2016 @ 8 PM Hammerson Hall I Tickets $45 & up
“This is your story told brilliantly. GO. NOW! SEE IT.” – CBC Radio
KDOONS and WYRD Productions blend cutting-edge multimedia, unforgettable characters and tour-de-force storytelling in a stunningly staged production. From the creative team behind MacHomer and Bigger Than Jesus, comes an explosive solo performance that documents the music, culture and politics that shaped the Baby Boom generation. BOOM gives voice to over 100 influential politicians, activists and musicians. Continue reading THE LIVING ARTS CENTRE presents BOOM
Wednesday, September 14, 2016 @ 8 PM Hammerson Hall I Tickets $45 & up
The Australian Pink Floyd Show is rightfully hailed as one of the leading concert performances known today, described by The Times as “The Gold Standard”. Formed in 1988 during a wave of Australian tribute band popularity, TAPFS gradually refined their show throughout the 1990s and developed a solid reputation on the live music circuit. After playing at bigger and more prestigious venues (including the Royal Albert Hall in 2003) the band embarked on its arena tour in 2004 performing in Europe and North America. Continue reading THE LIVING ARTS CENTRE presents The Australian Pink Floyd Show