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Port Colborne Community needed to help shape Arts & Cultural Master Plan

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Port Colborne Community needed to help shape Arts & Cultural Master Plan

The creation of an Arts & Cultural Master Plan will establish a guiding vision and long-term strategy to enrich the cultural life of the Port Colborne community. It will also define ways in which Port Colborne’s cultural assets may be leveraged to advance the City’s community development priorities. “The planning process offers the community a […]

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It’s a fish tale about the one that didn’t get away

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It’s a fish tale about the one that didn’t get away

The Canalside Players will hook you by the funnybone and reel you in with their production of Norm Foster’s The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby directed by Lee Moffatt. The play is a wonderful story about investment banker James Bell who gets stuck in Kooshog Lake during their annual fishing derby. Slowly he […]

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Culture Days brings Faces of Welland

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Culture Days brings Faces of Welland

Artistic Communities across Canada will celebrate Culture Days September 25 to 27 through various events and artistic mediums. The Welland Community Wellness Complex will commemorate Welland’s local artist community on Saturday, September 26th between 10am and 2pm as the community comes together to create Faces of Welland. The patchwork art piece will allow participants to […]

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Curtain rises on Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts

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Curtain rises on Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts

It was a celebration years in the making. The venue was packed Friday as Brock University’s Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts officially celebrated its grand opening. The $45.5 million facility in downtown St. Catharines is the result of nearly a decade of hard work from hundreds of people, including artist and […]

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Legends night packed for final in concert series

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Legends night packed for final in concert series

Merritt Park Ampitheatre in Welland was packed Friday night as Tim ‘E’ and the Yes Men, The Ultimate Elvis Experience wrapped up the Concerts on the Canal Series. Legends Night is the sixth of the concert series that was put on by the Welland Downtown BIA and the North Welland BIA this summer. Record numbers […]

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Canadian Author Series line up 2015/16

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Canadian Author Series line up 2015/16

The Canadian Author Series opens Tuesday Sept. 8 at Roselawn Centre for the Arts in Port Colborne. “We are thrilled to welcome back Ann-Marie MacDonald, author, actor, playwright and host of CBC TV’s Doc Zone, on Tuesday, Sept. 8.  Fall on Your Knees and The Way The Crow Flies were massive literary hits, and her […]

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