On Friday, May 26, the original music and historical images of Kevin Moyse’s Songs of Georgian Bay will grace the stage of the Harmony Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. (doors at 7:00 p.m.), continuing our 10th anniversary Ten for Ten series of pay-what-you-can events.  

Late in the nineteenth century, passengers and goods were transported around the many ports of Georgian Bay on wooden steamships.

The region was booming with lumber mills and fishing stations. As competition rose for the business of moving these goods, the owners and captains took great risks. Sailing late into the season, braving the severe unpredictable waters of Georgian Bay, many tragic endings came to those travellers.

Using descriptive lyrics and music along with rare photographs and newspaper articles collected from regional museums and archives, Songs of Georgian Bay unfolds the tragic and sometimes mysterious stories of those lost steamers.

Kevin Moyse is a songwriter from Owen Sound. Also appearing is Justine Maw-Farrar on vocals, Karen May on bass, and Tyler Beckett on fiddle.

Tickets are on sale now at or at the door.

Like all of the Ten for Ten series events, admission is Pay-What-You-Can to ensure that all are able to attend.


Up next in Harmony Centre's 10 for 10:

Sheatre & Harmony Centre Owen Sound present Act For Climate Cabaret, an evening of art featuring film, theatre, song, mask and more! Monday, June 5, at 7:00 p.m. Admission is free!















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