Entertainment

TO’s Little Women – the Musical loved by opening night audience

December 5, 2019   ·   0 Comments

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD Not only did the Opening Night audience leap to its collective feet at the finale of Little Women, but as individuals, ...

There’s lots going on over Christmas in Caledon

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD With a view to offering our readers the chance to catch as much of the happenings for the Yule season that ...

Cory Trepanier brings the Canadian Arctic to Ontario

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Cory Trépanier has been drawing since he was a child. Born and raised in Caledon, he pursed his passion throughout his ...

King author examines campaign of 1779 in new book

Written By MARK PAVILONS Military historians tend to focus on the great wars of the 20th century. But some colonial conflicts have had much more ...

Caledon Seniors’ Centre says ‘no’ to theatre addition

Written By ALYSSA PARKHILL Beverley Nurden and Jane Chapman, representing the Caledon Seniors’ Centre, started off the Town Hall meeting this past Tuesday at Caledon ...

Hawksley Workman coming to Hockley Village Nov. 8 to 9

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD Some beginnings happen in unusual places. For Hawksley Workman, his initial album recording took place where he had moved his studio ...

Caledon Town Hall Players present ‘The Kitchen Witches’

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD Director, Joe Rose, outlined the play, The Kitchen Witches, opening at the Caledon Town Hall Players on Friday, November 1 and ...

First Bolton ComiCon, coming up Nov. 9, ‘sure to be a hit’

Written By MARK PAVILONS Fans will get a special treat next month during Bolton’s first ComiCon. The day-long event will be held at the Albion Bolton ...

Lynn Golding bringing her book to Caledon Public Library

Written By CONSTANCE SCRAFIELD Coming to the Caledon Public Library, the branch at the Bolton Albion Community Centre, is former Caledon resident and author, Lynn ...

Protect Mono hosts fashion show fundraiser to oppose new gravel pit

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART A not-for-profit group opposed to a new open gravel pit in Mono hosted a fundraising fashion show at Mrs. Mitchell’s Restaurant ...

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