Come join us for fun family activities, to help celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday!
The parade will begin at 1:00pm on the west side with a community BBQ to follow at 3:00pm at the Campground. The fireworks display will take place at 10:00pm at the west dock. Hope to see you all there!
Cost: $50.00 per person with your choice of one lobster or prime rib. Location: Royal Canadian Legion Tickets for the event are available at Art Work's: 519-724-9916. Free event! Drive or bike around the Island and visit various artist studios to see their work and learn about their craft. For more information on this event, please contact Art Work's at: 519-724-9916.
Word: Karl Jirgens is a critically acclaimed author, editor, professor, and founder of Rampike.
Music: Raging Asian Women (RAW) Taiko Drummers bring an intensely focussed, very physical, and sonorous performance accompanied by live painting to open our 2017 season.
Art: Return artists Broeders/Fell/Paterson/Steele will perform as a collective creation ensenmble.
Word: André Narbonne, winner of the Atlantic Writing Competition, sailed as a marine engineer.
Music: The masterful blend known as the Majestic Brass quintet return to the Quarry. Their programme promises to engage and delight generations.
Art: Collette Broeders is a performative artist who finds inspiration in the natural world.
Word: Poet Laureate Marty Gervais is a prize-winning artist and author of over 2 dozen books.
Music: Michael Karloff & Ray Manzerolle (piano & sax) perform a mixture of pop, American songbook, and originals as they explore hidden melodic possibilities in each song.
Art: Patricia Fell imagines and actualizes worlds for people to play in.
Word: Gord Graisthwaite is an award winning Nłeʔkepmx writer of the Lytton First Nation in B.C.
Music: The Scarab Club consists of members of the Michigan Opera Theatre whose chamber playing demonstrates the highest form of communication.
Art: Lorraine Steele is an exemplary technician informed by her immediate environment.
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