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Free concert series announced for Welland

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Free concert series announced for Welland

Street Pharmacy, The Mandevilles, and The Guv’ner Generals are just some of the performers who will take to the Illumniaqua stage at the Merritt Park Amphitheatre for a series of free summer concerts in Welland. Concerts on the Canal line-up was announced Thursday by members of North Welland and Downtown BIAs. “I couldn’t be happier […]

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Jazz festival picks up beer sponsor

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Jazz festival picks up beer sponsor

An award-winning Ontario craft brewery has been named the official beer sponsor of the 2015 TD Niagara Jazz Festival. Mill Street Brewery will see its beer poured at all of the TD Niagara Jazz Festival free stages, all smaller venues over the festival weekend, and at fundraisers leading up to the main event. 2015 marks […]

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Pyper talks about demons and ghosts

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Pyper talks about demons and ghosts

Though author Andrew Pyper writes about ghosts — and demons, too — he’s never seen one. Pyper was the second to last author to talk at the Canadian Authors Series last week at the Roselawn Centre for the Living Arts. He talked about and read from his novels, The Demonologist, and The Damned. His other […]

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Andrew Pyper to read from latest novel Thursday

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Andrew Pyper to read from latest novel Thursday

Author Andrew Pyper will talk about his latest novel Thursday night at Roselawn Centre for the Living Arts. According to the biography on his website, Pyper, born in Stratford, is the second to last author in the Canadian Author Series. His sixth novel, The Demonologist, won the 2014 International Thriller Writers Award for Best Hardcover […]

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Canalside Players returning to the stage

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Canalside Players returning to the stage

Canalside Players will be returning to the stage for its upcoming production of Last Of The Red Hot Lovers on Friday, May 1, at Welland Community Wellness Complex. The comedy, written by the award-winning American playwright, Neil Simon, is Canalside Players’ second-ever production, and the first of 2015. “Canalside Players is excited to raise the […]

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Jazz bands playing at In the Soil Arts Festival

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Jazz bands playing at In the Soil Arts Festival

Niagara Jazz Festival has partnered with In the Soil Arts Festival to bring live jazz to downtown St. Catharines with two shows back-to-back on Saturday. The shows will be held at Niagara Artists Centre, 354 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines with the first one running from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. with The Worst Pop […]

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