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sandcastleSpring performing arts programs in Owen Sound kick off at the beginning of March.

Sandcastle Theatre offers a variety of programs in theatre and music theatre that inspire youth to have fun, build confidence and let their imagination soar while they collaborate and create.

Classes for ages 5-18 will be held Monday and Wednesday evenings in Owen Sound beginning March 6. Participants will prepare scenes and musical numbers to present in a final performance for friends, family, and students from local schools.

Sandcastle Theatre is offering spring programming in Owen Sound, Saugeen Shores, Meaford, and Collingwood, with performances for each location in June 2017. "We believe that every individual has incredible creative potential if they are provided with a...

tuneup-logo-mediumOn February 26th, Summerfolk will present the second workshop in the monthly Music Biz Tune Up series, helping musicians develop the business skills they need for viable careers. Julia Train from the Musician Rights Organization Canada will host the two hour session to ensure that local musicians of all genres have the tools and knowledge they need to access their rights and revenue streams.

Filmreel2With the Oscars just around the corner and award season in full swing, The TOM invites area movie lovers to a whole weekend of world cinema at the 15th annual Reel Festival.

This weekend the Tom Thomson Art Gallery, in conjunction with the Toronto International Film Festival Film Circuit, presents the 15th Annual Reel Festival. Our programme is exciting and engaging, featuring independent films from Canada and around the world – with something for everyone.

The Tom Thomson Art Gallery has been presenting alternative film to area movie-goers since 1996 with its Gallery Night at the...

FallDownReducedNot only is it the title of one of RPR's most emotionally charged songs, it also accurately characterizes the Owen Sound-based band's upcoming concert at Heartwood Hall in Owen Sound.
Anyone who remembers their previous sold-out appearance at Heartwood a year and a half ago will be delighted to hear they're coming back on Friday, March 3rd.
Keyboardist Rob Ritchie, bass player Al Parrish, guitarist Steve Ritchie and percussionist/singer/songwriter Beaker Granger created RPR in 2012.
Rob, Al and Steve were part of Tanglefoot, who with 13 UK tours and countless runs across Canada and the US, enjoyed a stellar...

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