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TOM-regOne of the TOM's most popular events is back on Saturday November 22, 2014, from 2-5pm!

Join us for an afternoon of wine and hors d'oeuvres prepared by Chef Tim Johnston on the patio at Cobble Beach overlooking a stunning view of Georgian Bay. A shuttle will take guests on a tour of artwork by Stephen Hogbin, Alan Glicksman, Keira McArthur and Louise Moore showcased in Cobble Beach's new Blue Bay Villas.

The TOM and Roots will also be launching the next line of the Tom Thomson Collection at this event. The Roots clothing line is inspired by the life of Tom Thomson and works from the

dancers-regContra Dance is coming to the Walter's Falls Community Centre on October 18.
Doors open at 7 p.m., warmups at 7:15, dancing at 7:30.
The Owen Sound-based Fiddlefern Country Dancers will present Scatter the Cats, a five-piece dance band, along with callers Frank Francalanza and Kate McLaren. Beginning dancers are always most welcome.
There will also be a silent auction of shared, donated fall harvest items, and a social gathering nearby after the dance.
Call Frank or Sally at 519-372-9151 or see www.fiddlefern.net for more information.
Please consider sharing this poster and information with anyone you feel would enjoy an evening of social dance.,
Source - Scatter the Cats and Fiddlefern Country Dancers

awards-regOwen Sound, Ontario – Monday, October 6, 2014 – Nominations for the 6th Annual Owen Sound Cultural Awards are now open. The City invites residents of the Owen Sound area to nominate their favourite artist, event, or organization for one of the nine awards to be presented at a reception at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery in February 2015.
The awards include: Outstanding Group, Individual, Event, or Festival; Emerging Artist; Patron; Volunteer Service; Cultural Heritage; and Lifetime Achievement. Each award winner receives a beautiful hand-crafted marquetry box designed by Owen Sound artist Diane Edwards. The winner of the Emerging Artist award also receives a cash prize of $500.

symphb-regThis season the Georgian Bay Symphony launched an innovative subscription campaigned offering 50% of the regular price for new subscribers. In a typical year the Symphony signs up 30 new subscribers, just enough to replace the lost of long time subscribers. The number of subscribers has remained steady at just over 350 for the last few years. So far this year the Symphony has signed up over 120 new subscribers.

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