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burn-day-regCome celebrate Robbie Burns day with Mudtown Records, Scatter the Cats, Beggars Road, & Friends at the historic Coach Inn in Owen Sound with pipers, pints, and poetry! What's more authentic than celebrating Robbie Burns in a pub along with your friends, some drink, a wee bit of haggis, and Scottish reels played by some of the area's finest Celtic musicians?!

mudmen-regBy Brent Jeffries

The Roxy Presents The Mudmen on Saturday, January 24 at 8pm. The Mudmen are a blast of Celtic energy whose members are characters on and off the stage. Featuring bagpipes, banjos, mandolins and more this group is a Hockey Night in Canada favourite and Don Cherry approved. A preshow scotch tasting fundraiser for OSLT makes a perfect way to ring in and rock out Robbie Burns day.

Library-regNadia Danyluk, Owen Sound & North Grey Union Public Library Youth Services Librarian, has been announced as the Ontario Library Association's Youth Services Librarian of the Year.

Nadia will be presented with the award at the OLA Super Conference at the end of the month.

The award recognizes Nadia's talent, skill and energy. She has worked so hard to revitalize our Youth Services! Her leadership, innovative approaches and passion for community engagement have been very evident to all of us. Congratulations Nadia on being recognized for your unique and wonderful talents!

Sarah Warren's second feature film, MLE had its world premiere at the British Film Institute's Southbank theatre on January 14th.

TOM-show-regThe TOM invites you to join us at the opening three new shows on Sunday, January 18 from 2pm-4pm.

Admission by donation; all are welcome.

Our 2015 Exhibitions are supported by the Owen Sound Transportation Company.

These exhibitions run until March 15, 2015.

James Sebesta: Persona

Curated by Heather Hughes

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