choircampWe are very pleased to announce that bursaries are now available to help high school and university students participate in choral music activities this summer.

The Paisley Concert Choir is celebrating their 20th anniversary this year. To honour this anniversary milestone and support the involvement of youth and young adults in choral music, the choir is offering ...

trumpeterThe Georgian Bay Symphony is running a workshop for young musicians. This workshop will provide an introduction to the skills needed to play in  large and small ensembles.

Working with experienced local music teachers who are members of the orchestra, this is an opportunity to ...

gamesafootAfter starting their 2022-23 season with one show about a fairytale, and another based on the real life events of a couple during the pandemic, the Owen Sound Little Theatre is heading back to the 1930s with their third production of the season, The Game’s Afoot.

This play, written by Ken Ludwig, is a comedic murder mystery that is sure to give audiences a night of fun and humour ...

johnwrightThe Library welcomes author John Wright to discuss his four novels: The Healer, Knight Haralde, The Welsh Lords and The Exiles. We'll talk about the writing and publishing process and enjoy some readings from his books. Come out and discover the stories about Riennes de Mountford and Haralde Longshield.

Wright’s books present an era where one half of the known world was in darkness and the other in a time of enlightenment ...

author imageThe library is pleased to welcome local author U.W. Baker to discuss her book Shades of Betrayal. Join us Saturday April 01, 2023 at 2:00 pm in the library auditorium. The novel was inspired by her mother’s wedding dress made from a WWII parachute and brings to light WWII history of Eastern Europe.

U.W. Baker left Poland for Canada in 1983, but never forgot her parents’ stories of wartime Poland. Much of Shades of Betrayal is based


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