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THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #147

The Show with David Burrows #147

Online now! www.davidburrows.ws Highlights: Summer Never Ends, Karaoke Kruise on the Duc d’Orleanswww.ducdorleans.com The Entertainment Scene: Singer/Songwriter Emm Gryner shares her time and talks about her career and shares advice for independent performers! In The Community: Mary Anne Peloza from Cheeky Monkey talks about their Charity poster sale in support of the sick kids hospital. Apps with Mark Russell: [...]

Group issues audition call for upcoming production

arabian nights

Auditions for the Lambton Young Theatre Players’ winter production of ARABIAN NIGHTS!, written and directed by Nancy Keys, will take place Sept. 9, 10 and 11 in Petrolia. ARABIAN NIGHTS! will be the sixth main stage presentation for the Lambton Young Theatre Players, and is part of a performance training program under the direction of [...]

‘Festival of Good Things’ returns this weekend with free activities and ticketed evening concert

gord downie

With the success of the inaugural Festival of Good Things under their belt, organizers are set to go big with expanded programming and a ticketed evening show featuring Tragically Hip front man Gord Downie in what is being billed as “Gord Downie, The Sadies, And The Conquering Sun.” The second edition of Festival of Good [...]

Bluewater Beach Fest continues on Sunday

sand sculpture beach fest 2014

Visitors to Canatara Park this weekend (Saturday and Sunday, August 23-24) are in for a treat as Bluewater Beach Fest continues through Sunday evening. Among the features is an opportunity to rent one of the stand-up paddle boards available from Paddle Culture Inc. Stand-up paddle boarding is one of the fastest-outdoor activities for the water [...]

Get ready to enjoy Bluewater Beach Fest this weekend!

sand scultptors

It’s Bluewater Beach Fest time in Sarnia-Lambton. The inaugural event, which will take place at Canatara Park tomorrow (Saturday, August 23) and Sunday (August 24) is being organized by Ashley Tanguay of Memorable Moments, an event planning company located on Front Street. Hours for both days are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tanguay has put [...]

Final ‘Indiefest’ event of the season wraps up this Saturday

Gypsy Flats is one of the bands that will be performing at Saturday night's Indiefest at Rustic (formerly the Stubborn Mule).

Indiefest, the music showcase in its second year, is holding its four-band competition this Saturday (August 23). The event, advance tickets for which are on sale for $5 at the Cheeky Monkey ($8 at the door), will begin at 3 p.m. with a youth talent showcase and 6:30 p.m. for the Battle of the Bands [...]

Summer Never Ends Concert to support VON

Summer Never Ends Concert August 22nd @ 8pm

The annual Summer Never Ends Concert is once again supporting the VON in Sarnia. The concert which began last year has decided to showcase an all Canadian female concert. The well known Emm Gryner will kick-off the night followed by CCMA nominee Leah Daniels. Headlining the night will be Canadian Juno Award winner Chantal Kreviazuk. [...]

THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #146

Here it is!

This Week Summer Never Ends concert this Friday on Stokes Bay Lawn! The Entertainment Scene: Wild card winners for Indiefest “Gypsy Flats” Talk about their music and excitement to be playing indiefest on August 23rd at ‘Rustic’ In The Community: Kathy Gabriel from the Sarnia MS Society talks with us about an event at A&W [...]

ARTZscape by the Bay deemed a success by organizers

Artzscape by the Bay 2014 Saturday 020

ARTZscape by the Bay, last weekend’s juried art show and sale, was a success, say its organizers and Pathways Health Centre for Children, the charity that benefits from donations to the free event. This year held at Centennial Park, ARTZscape drew large crowds, thanks to generally good weather (only a bit of rain on Sunday). [...]

Canadian premiere of ‘Penton’ will play at Imperial Theatre

john penton with cycle

Ingrid Willemsen would like you to get to know her Uncle John. While the famed motorcyclist (he was inducted into the American Motorcyclist Association Hall of Fame in 1998) is still going strong at 87, one of the easiest ways to hear about his life is by attending the Canadian premiere of a movie done [...]