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Call for artist submissions for Evening at Roselawn

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Call for artist submissions for Evening at Roselawn

Local art needed for  first ever gala-juried silent art auction Local artists are being called upon to participate in a first-ever unique fundraiser for the Friends of Roselawn to help raise funds for the capital campaign. “This is an exciting and different kind of a fundraiser,” Carole Black Brisley, board member Friends of Roselawn said. […]

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Casting call for Canalside Players spring performance

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Casting call for Canalside Players spring performance

Welland – The Welland Community Wellness Complex will be the place to go for some knee-slapping, toe-tapping comedy, side-kicked with a shimmer of music. This spring Canalside Players is scheduled to perform Peter Fenton and Scott White’s Canadian comedy, Bemused. What do you get when you mix two washed up Broadway producers, a pair of […]

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Friday Night Live is coming to the WCWC Theatre near you

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Friday Night Live is coming to the WCWC Theatre near you

Welland – The Welland Community Wellness Complex (WCWC) is making some changes to the theatre’s 2016 performance schedule. Due to the enormous turnout at last summer’s Concert Music Series at the Merritt Park Amphitheatre, City Staff have decided to enhance and complement the music series by launching Friday Night Live; a new music series that […]

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Satisfying a long term love for theatre

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Satisfying a long term love for theatre

Amazing Volunteer John Woods honoured recently Welland – If you have ever gone to see a show at Centennial Secondary Schools J.W. Ennis Auditorium you have probably seen some of John Woods’ magic. His name never appears on the playbills or appears in lights, but, whether it be Les Miserables or the upcoming presentation of […]

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Port Colborne artist creates new look for historical places

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Port Colborne artist creates new look for historical places

After 15 years in Los Angeles, Artist Diana Williamson has come back to Port Colborne. She has begun a unique collection of work called “The Magic of Niagara Collection.” Her artwork is her interpretation of local historic residences, sketched in markers using bold colours, with a musical name for the artwork, creating notecards and 8 […]

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Meridian Credit Union announced as founding Foster Festival sponsor

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Meridian Credit Union announced as founding Foster Festival sponsor

Continuing its tradition of building strong communities through sponsorship and volunteerism, the Niagara-based Meridian Credit Union has partnered with the Foster Festival as a Founding Sponsor for the Festival’s inaugural 2016 season. “At Meridian, we are committed to growing our communities and that means going beyond a monetary donation, we strive to be true partners […]

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