New Dance School Launches Featuring Classic Ballet Moves

New Dance School Launches Featuring Classic Ballet Moves
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Visit www.tothepointeballetstudio.ca Richelle Kinley is bringing classic Ballet moves to her new home town.  With a dazzling smile and a can-do spirit, this energetic instructor is ready to guide students young and old to new interpretations of classic dance movements. A natural dancer at age three, Richelle attended Ryerson for Theatre … Continue reading

Another Book Launch for Catherine Cerveny

Another Book Launch for Catherine Cerveny
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Catherine Cerveny’s third and final (?) book in the Luck series will hit the stands at Chapters books later this month.  This sci-fi/romance series is her first foray into the world of book publishing.  These books are not self-published or produced by a vanity publisher.   With an agent in Jerusalem … Continue reading

A Timely and Challenging Topic in the next 4th Line Theatre Production

A Timely and Challenging Topic in the next 4th Line Theatre Production
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The young leads in the next 4th Line Theatre production relate to the story’s delicate content.  In the world premiere of Judith Thompson’s play, Who Killed Snow White?  Grace Thompson and Tom Keats play best friends, struggling with a violent act followed by relentless cyberbullying.  Grace plays 15-year-old girl named … Continue reading

The Spirit of the Voyageurs Lives on at Fleming College

The Spirit of the Voyageurs Lives on at Fleming College
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Last week, Galerie Q donated a significant oil painting to Fleming College by by renowned Québécois Master artist, Ginet Leblond, widely known for her historical depictions of the 18th to 20th centuries.  Entitled “Rabaska over Québec,” the work reflects a scene based on a French-Canadian Folktale, “The Flying Canoe.” (La … Continue reading

New Exhibit Opens at ZimArt’s Rice Lake Gallery

New Exhibit Opens at ZimArt’s Rice Lake Gallery
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This weekend is the launch of The Relative Project:  Zimbabwe at ZimArt’s Rice Lake Gallery, featuring an exhibition of the work of well-known Peterborough photographer Wayne Eardley.  The images are part of his extensive collection of photographs he calls The Relative Project, which he describes it as ongoing exploration of … Continue reading