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coming-right-up-featBeaker Granger will be guest hosting the Friday Afternoon Coffee House & Open Mic on April 10th from 4PM to 6PM at The Bleeding Carrot. All welcome, no charge. Bring your music and your ears and have a great time.


Hanover son, Richard Garvey and Owen Sound's own Tyler Wagler will be at the Frog Ponds Cafe on Friday, April 10th at 6pm, performing original material and covers. This is a pay what you can event.


Multi-Juno nominee, Alysha Brilla will be performing at The Roxy Theatre on April 10th at 8PM. Accomplished and award winning is just the beginning of her bio, this multi-instrumentalist brings guitar, piano and djembe to her [...]

Summerfolk-stage-featOwen Sound – The Community Foundation of Grey Bruce in partnership with Georgian Bay Folk Society is thrilled to announce that its application to the Federal Government's Endowment Incentive Program was successful. Heritage Canada has contributed $37,000 in matched funding to the Summerfolk Endowment Fund held by Georgian Bay Folk Society.

TOM-featureOn Thursday, April 16th the Tom Thomson Art Gallery (The TOM) will hold a public and member consultation meeting to present the "Case for Incorporation and Expansion" including a proposed Business Plan 2015-2020 that supports an expanded community visual arts centre.
The meeting will take place at the Bayshore Centre from 5pm to 6:30pm. The public and TOM members are welcome to attend.

coming-right-up-featby Hub Staff

The Southampton Art School Gallery Shop presents its 13th annual Feast for the Eyes Juried Art Exhibition from Thursday, April 2nd to Sunday, May 10th. The opening Gala is on Thursday April 2nd at 7:00pm. The show is a juried exhibition for new and emerging local artists. A must see if the local art scene is your scene.


Beggar's Road, performing Friday April 3rd at The Bleeding Carrot is a sold out show. Show starts at 8PM


The film "The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window And Disappeared" will be screened at the Meaford Town Hall ...

poets-featby Kelly Babcock

On Tuesday, March 31st, a gathering was held at The Roxy Theatre lounge to present the newly released anthology, "Mix Well," a collection of poems penned by local poets to raise awareness of poetry month, and funds for the Owen Sound Poet Laureate program, the monthly "Sounds at the Market" show, and the Owen Sound Farmers Market.

April is National Poetry Month and this year's theme is "Food." To that end, Owen Sound's Poet Laureate, Terry Burns came up with the idea of publishing an anthology of verses with that theme, and using the Farmers Market as a sub theme.

The beneficiaries include "Sounds at the Market," a show that happens once a month on the second Sunday from 2:00PM to 4:00PM in the Owen Sound Farmers Market building. "Sounds," as audience members and participants call it, showcases poetry, spoken word, and music, combining featured performers and open mic spots.

As a happy coincidence, many of the poets published in the anthology are veterans of the "Sounds" stage.

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