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coming-right-up-featThe Sweetwater Music Brass Festival presents Horns a Plenty at the Georgian Shores United Church in Owen Sound on April 24-25. Join the SweetWater Music Festival as we celebrate this versatile family of instruments. The festival features True North Brass, The Don E. Johnson Brass Ensemble, and an open clinic for students and community Musicians. For a more indepth look at this, read our article on Horns A Plenty.


Friday Afternoon Coffee House & Open Mic at The Bleeding Carrot from 4:00PM 'til 6:00PM every Friday. Bring your voice, your guitar or whatever other instrument you play, or just come to listen. Your MC, Kelly Babcock has a spot for you on his welcoming stage. Piano available. Free admission


Friday at 6:00PM the monthly Frog Pond Coffeehouse with your host Paul Danard. Open mic format, where anything can happen. On 'til 8:00 PM.

trumpetvalves-featureThere's nothing quite like expertly played brass music for stirring the senses and touching the heart. From the tender tone of the French horn and the subtleties of the trumpet, to the smoothness of the trombone and the resonance of the tuba, brass instruments can handle a vast repertoire that includes classical, jazz, folk, sacred, ceremonial and popular works. On April 24 and 25, join the SweetWater Music Festival at Georgian Shores United Church as we celebrate this versatile family of instruments.
Friday, April 24 will see some of the best brass musicians in Grey and Bruce counties come together under the exceptional direction of Canadian brass music icon Don Johnson.

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Thursday, April 16th at 6:30 at The River Café two accomplished blues musicians will be joining Justin Burgess to form AB3. Billed as Rocking Bluesy, they will be making their Owen Sound debut. Doors open at 6:00 PM, a "pay what you can" event.


Friday Afternoon Coffee House & Open Mic at The Bleeding Carrot, a weekly event will again be held from 4:00PM 'til 6:00PM. No admission, bring your instruments, voices and ears and join in as performers or audience members.


This Friday, April 17th, the Frog Ponds Café presents The Peptides, a nine-piece art-pop band from Ottawa performing funk, jazz and electronica. The band plays a variety of instruments in a variety of music styles with a flair for the theatrical. Doors open at 6:00pm. PWYC at the door. Show starts at 7:00pm.

film-regOn Monday, April 20 the Grey Bruce Youth Film Festival screening will take place at the Galaxy Cinemas in Owen Sound. This free event is open to the public and runs from 5:30 – 7:15 pm.

Audience members will be treated to a full screening of 13 short films created by youth from across Grey and Bruce Counties and submitted to the contest. The screening will be followed by an awards ceremony where the winners of the 2015 Grey Bruce Youth Film Festival will be announced.

Films screened at the Grey Bruce Youth Film Festival are created for a teen audience and may contain scenes of violence some viewers may find disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised.

The Library would like to gratefully acknowledge the United Way of Bruce Grey and Galaxy Cinemas Owen Sound as the major sponsors of this event as well as the support of the judges and program volunteers.

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