Labour Day Weekend heralded the third annual Festival Of Good Things at the Sarnia Bay Marina, this time with added rainbows.
They weren’t kidding when their website said “Note for note, cut for cut.” And just like the 48-year-old album itself, that statement has two sides.
Photo courtesy of BlackburnNews.com The City of Sarnia Parks and Recreation Department is bringing the musical sounds of local talent to Bright’s Grove.
The 16th Annual Sarnia Kinsmen Ribfest is on track (no pun intended considering the venue) as a highlight for the upcoming summer season.
This week We catch up with Canadian Blues performer “Sunday Wilde”.
International independent musician and artist Ginger Doss in town tonight, Aug.
It’s a couple of days early, but for the Bright’s Grove Optimist Club, the nearest weekend celebration of Canada Day is one tradition that the entire community embraces.
The announcement earlier this week that Sarnia’s preeminent annual music festival Rogers Bayfest will be on hiatus indefinitely has likely left a lot of heads spinning and hearts broken.
Photographs by Kerry Belliveau of Kerry’s Klips Photography Review written by Joe Burd and Kerry Belliveau Like a candle in the wind – or more likened to an Olympic torch – Sir Elton John’s light shined bright last night at Sarnia’s RBC Centre, bringing our fair city four decades of his internationally acclaimed, award-winning music.
Photography provided courtesy of Kerry Belliveau. "We are such stuff as dreams are made on." ~William Shakespeare This is a quote that came to mind as Rogers Bayfest 2012 wrapped up late Sunday night.