If you love Canadian music, then be in Grand Bend on Wednesday, August 15.
Everyone loves The Beatles music, but how about Herman’s Hermits, Tom Jones, Petula Clark, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Procal Harum, The Who, Van Morrison, Rod Stewart, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Lulu, Eric Clapton, Shirley Bassey, The Animals, Spencer Davis Group, Donovan, The Seekers, Cilla Black, Peter & Gordon, Mary Hopkin, Elton John, The Kinks, The Troggs, The Hollies, Manfred Mann, Freddie Mercury & Queen, Joe Cocker, Elvis Costello, STING, George Michael, Annie Lennox, or Adele, just to name a few?
For several thousand music lovers, the excitement that is Bluewater Borderfest begins tonight (Thursday) in Centennial Park, the renewed facility that may bring back memories of Bayfest, a past festival that ended its run after several years of success.
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.