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Music meets art at St. Mark’s Church Sunday

Victor Pausktelis brings both art and music to a Music Niagara Festival performance at St. Mark’s Anglican Church this Sunday.

Pianist Todd Yaniw celebrating Schubert Sunday

Canadian pianist Todd Yaniw will celebrate Schuber at St. Mark's Sunday. It’s hard to believe, but there are only four performances remaining in Music Niagara Festival’s 15- show 24th season.

Everybody thought-provoking, highly entertaining

Sharry Flett is Death and Kiera Sangster is Everybody, on stage in the Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre.

Wilde ‘trivial comedy’ has audience laughing out loud

Peter Fernandes as Algernon Moncrieff and Gabriella Sundar Singh as Cecily Cardew in The Importance of Being Earnest (Shaw Festival, 2022). Photo by Emily Cooper.

Two Music Niagara performances this holiday weekend

NOTE: Ticket sales ended Wednesday, July 27 for the Toronto All-Star Big Band performance and dinner at Club Italia.
Rough Trade’s Carole Pope to sing at Irish Harp

Rough Trade’s Carole Pope to sing at Irish Harp

Carole Pope's performance at the Irish Harp is sold out, but she has two more Niagara concerts coming up. (Photo supplied) A bona fide music and cultural legend is appearing at the Irish Harp this Thursday, July 21.
Garden tour may have been ‘best yet’

Garden tour may have been ‘best yet’

Sheila Hirsch-Kalm thrives on sharing her passion for gardening and extensive knowledge with others.
Collective offers opportunity to learn about visual arts community

Collective offers opportunity to learn about visual arts community

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Arts Collective organized a second annual scavenger hunt recently, to raise the profile of local artists and art galleries in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

By Foot and Paddle: NOTL Museum’s next lecture

Travis Hill will talk about the importance of the Niagara River to Indigenous people during the NOTL Museum’s next lecture.

Tiny museum begins busy summer of events, festivals

A family of visitors look at the exhibit of early Niagara settlers in the Tiny Museum at the Cherry Festival. The tiny museum has made its debut in the community, and has a busy schedule of events and festivals ahead.