It began as a way to sell some crafts of her own creation and support some friends in a similar situation by creating periodic outlets for them to sell their wares. Almost ten years later, Carrie Fitzgerald now organizes and hosts approximately 50 craft and vendor shows throughout the region. … Continue reading →
After years developing a following in the folk duo Mayhemingways with partner drummer Josh Flewings, Benj decided it was time to try something new. It’s not to say that the group has been disbanded, but experimenting as a solo act gave Benj more artistic freedom. It will also allow him… Continue reading →
Twenty photographs from Cavan resident Tim Young’s Minimal Architecture series are the subject of a new Art Exhibition at St. Marys Station Gallery until May 7th. While he has spent that last 35 years living in a rather rural setting in Cavan, his current work honours modern, urban architecture and… Continue reading →
On Tuesday evenings, the small gym at the CMCC is filled with lively music and active children pursuing dance and movement training offered by Peterborough’s Premiere Studio of Dance. The school has been offering high quality dance instruction in a high energy and fun environment at their location at… Continue reading →
JoEllen comes from a background of storytellers. A professional visual artist who has lived in the hamlet of Mount Pleasant for most of her life, her Irish background comes through in her love of stories. Her focus is not on grand adventures, but everyday events that form the shared experience… Continue reading →
For Cory Cole, illustrations were simply part of a lunchtime routine with her son. Cartoon drawings and puns were entertainment more than anything. If others enjoyed them too, that was a bonus. Illustrating a children’s book was a far-off dream at best. Little did she know that a perfect stranger… Continue reading →
Nadia Affolter Lee loves theatre and has performed since she was a child, in plays with large casts to two-person productions. From performing, directing, producing and even writing, Nadia has embraced every role in the world of theatre. She is also a certified teacher, with a major in Theatre and… Continue reading →
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