Monday, September 26, 2022

Arts & Culture

On My Bookshelf: The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune

A Review by Beth Ryan Aitken As I picked books for this column, I have tried to include different styles and genres. A political thriller,...

New Children’s Gallery Open at Grey Roots

On Friday, June 3, Grey Roots Museum and Archives officially cut the ribbon on their newest gallery. The Zooz’s Place Children’s Gallery, sponsored by...

Meaford Hall is Looking Brighter

Thanks to a new LED sign facing Sykes St., Meaford Hall is looking brighter and better than ever. The new sign replaces older technology that...

Art in the Park with the Junior Optimists

The Owen Sound and District Junior Optimists are hosting 'Art in the Park' at Hibou Conservation Area on June 4, 2 - 4 p.m.) This...

Meaford Culture Foundation Scholarship Call For Applications

As we approach the end of another school year, a new batch of high school graduates are looking forward to their post secondary adventure....

Ginkgo Footprints Among the Peonies Tour

Each spring, among the first to arrive at 303283 SR 33 in Annan are the robins, then the hummingbirds, and soon the orioles, Eastern...

New Novel Tackles Canada’s Worst Terrorist Attack

A new novel by Thornbury-based author Sean Patrick Dolan re-imagines Canada’s worst terrorist attack through a fictional world of IRA-inspired terror, orchestrated and executed...

Virtual Applause for the Georgian Bay Symphony

By Jen Burak A big congratulations to everyone involved in supporting the music of the GBS! On Sunday, May 1, the Owen Sound Arts and...

A Celebration of Poetry in Challenging Times

On May 15, a newly minted regional poetry press is inviting the public to join the editors and a selection of local poets for...

On My Bookshelf: The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray

Review by Beth Ryan Aitken Have you ever considered assuming a new identity? Perhaps thought, “I’d be more successful if I were a different ethnicity....