Great Lakes Secondary School is hosting its first annual student art show and performances of the musical “Grease” on May 11th, 12th, and 13th.
Vivian Kolotlyo, one of the art group 6+1, demonstrates her work in acrylic for some of her fellow artists.
Petrolia Community Theatre takes to the VPP stage this week with "Nana's Naughty Knickers" by Katherine DiSavino.
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Voyageur, Canada’s very own Guitar, is coming to Sarnia on January 31 and February 1, 2013. Jowi Taylor, the visionary behind the creation of the Voyageur, will tell the story of the Six String Nation Guitar: 64 Pieces – 6 Strings – 1 Canada – 1 Guitar. Pieces include Paul Henderson’s hockey stick, a seat from Massey Hall, wood from the Golden Spruce and much more.
The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery welcomed its first guests with a Dignitary Reception Friday afternoon, the first official opening event of the new gallery.
It's quite a bit cooler than last year's inaugural event, but a jacket (and some money for all those crafts you're going to buy) is all you'll need to enjoy Art in the Park, hosted by the Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland.
Artwalk is pleased to continue a growing tradition in Sarnia- the downtown restaurant tour. Last year hundreds of people took part in this growing event and enjoyed local produce from some of the best restaurants in the city.
Sarnia's Inn of the Good Sheperd's inaugural CANstruction competition and non-perishable food donation drive is an unqualified success according to Executive Director Myles Vanni.
An Event Apart promises those who attend, according to organizers, a unique and exciting one of a kind event meant to allow local residents an opportunity to view and purchase works of leading Canadian artists and with proceeds going to St.