Red Green marks his first appearance in Barrie this weekend at Chapter’s bookstore.
Susan Doolan, Special to Postmedia Network
Loosely named after a famous hockey player, the Dwayne Gretzky band is well on its way to becoming a legend in its own right for playing cover tunes.
Kempenfelt Community Players’ young company serves up a little magic this weekend with the musical Peter Pan Jr.
Volunteer work in Barrie is having an impact around the world.
Michael Gabriel returns to this area for another Strings Attached concert next weekend.
When one door closes, the creatively inclined open another.
The majority of the cast and key members of the crew of Porcupine Lake will be in Barrie for a Q&A after the film screening Sunday.
A local musician is holding a fundraiser for cancer care to remember her best friend.
Sue Florian marks her first show at the Barrie Art Club this weekend.
They’re back with new music, a new character and, because of last year’s sell out, an extra show.
The parent-teacher interview; every mother, father, guardian has been there.
Paul Rezaie took the death of his 12-year-old dog and decided life was too short not to follow his passion.
What’s fun, entertaining and inspirational at the same time?
Ontario marks Canada’s 150th anniversary with a series of free concerts showcasing the province’s top musical acts.
Watershedsci: It’s a trendy name for a serious subject.
Watch out for that Dewey Finn.
Diane Mackie has difficulty thinking of herself as a writer, even though the results of her first creative endeavour will be staged this weekend in Cookstown.
The life of a would-be king is fraught with peril.
Local youth have another opportunity to appear in a professional show at the King’s Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene this summer.
Something odd is happening in Cookstown.