The Arts

Arts Council, Heritage Network host mayoral debate next month

In 2014, a coalition of artists and organizations formed Kawartha ArtsVote to bring awareness to the cultural sector in advance… Continue reading “Arts Council, Heritage Network host mayoral debate next month”

Spring author series: Meet Yvonne Heath

Kawartha Lakes Public Library is pleased to present Canadian author Yvonne Heath at the Lindsay Library on Wednesday, May 2… Continue reading “Spring author series: Meet Yvonne Heath”

Large donation allowing for study on cultural centre for Kawartha Lakes

A large private donation is allowing for a feasibility study on the likelihood of getting a culture centre for Kawartha… Continue reading “Large donation allowing for study on cultural centre for Kawartha Lakes”

Books that matter (to librarians); what books matter to you?

Every reader their book. Every book its reader. From S.R. Ranganathan’s Five Laws of Library Science (1931) Sure, libraries have… Continue reading “Books that matter (to librarians); what books matter to you?”

Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy: Canada’s prosperity should mean “a level of decency” for people’s lives
What will Mary think? Academy Theatre doesn’t believe improvements will upset their ghost

What will Mary think? Academy doesn’t believe improvements will upset their ghost

Lindsay’s storied Academy Theatre is almost unrecognizable on Monday. Almost. As I step into the construction zone, every seat in… Continue reading “What will Mary think? Academy doesn’t believe improvements will upset their ghost”

“There is a town in north Ontario…”

“There is a town in north Ontario” where Neil Young will be tonight, one of Canada’s most legendary singer/songwriters —… Continue reading ““There is a town in north Ontario…””