The official first day of Spring arrived this week and it seems like the weather is finally listening.
Jaunty jigs, rollicking reels, and lots of foot-stomping fun will be on the programme for the International Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming January Extravaganza, “Fiddles and Kilts.” Performances will take place Friday, January 19th, 7:30 p.m., McMorran Theatre, Port Huron, and Sunday, January 21st, 2:30 p.m., Imperial Theatre, Sarnia.
On Saturday, December 9, the Sarnia Library Theatre will play host to the third annual “It’s Great to Be Home” concert.
Summer is coming to a close. This is one of the last weekends to have fun before homework, sports, and music lessons fill your schedule.
Canada’s newest all-girl, pop rock group will be performing at Sarnia Ribfest on Saturday, September 2, at 11:00 a.m.
The current production at the Victoria Playhouse tells the story of a great Canadian you may never heard of.
Summertime is starting to wane. Within a few weeks, school buses will be back on the roads, fall fairs will be popping up, and cutting grass will be replaced by raking leaves.
After a half-decade of existence, Sarnia’s August art festival is getting amplified.
If you’re a fan of saxophone, singing, and jam sessions clear your Sunday schedule.
Watford’s annual Cornfest is back this weekend for its 35th edition.