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GIZEM CANDAN: GARDEN OF MANA at Sivarulrasa Gallery

Gallery I, Sept 21 – Oct 28,...

An Idea Worth Pursuing! An Open Letter to Electoral Candidates

Congratulations to Christa Lowry as Mayor acclaimed....

Olde Tyme Country dinner and dance, Clayton, October 2

Clayton community centre October 2/22 2pm -...

Arts & Culture

An Artist's Notes

Notes from local artist Eileen Hennemann about her paintings.

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GIZEM CANDAN: GARDEN OF MANA at Sivarulrasa Gallery

Gallery I, Sept 21 – Oct 28, 2022 From September 21 to October 28, Sivarulrasa Gallery is delighted to present GIZEM CANDAN: GARDEN OF MANA, artist Gizem Candan‘s first solo...

SARAH ANDERSON at Sivarulrasa Gallery

SARAH ANDERSON: WHERE WE GO FROM HERE Gallery III, September 14 – October 21, 2022 Artist Talk/Virtual Reception on Zoom: Wednesday Sept 28, 7pm-8pm (Eastern Time). From September 14 to October 21,...

Weekly song circle at Equator Coffee Almonte starts Thursday Sept. 22, 6-8 PM

A group of Ottawa Valley musicians are moving their weekly acoustic song circle to Equator Coffee’s Almonte cafe Thursday evenings 6-8 PM starting Sept. 22. The collective began meeting last...

An Artist's Notes

Notes from local artist Eileen Hennemann about her paintings.

Friends of the Library need your books!

Friends of the Library’s annual book sale collecting books now! The Friends of the Library are holding their annual book sale in Almonte during Library Week...

MARINA RAIKE: LOOKING BACK at Sivarulrasa Gallery 

An installation in Gallery II, Sept 7 – Oct 14, 2022 Artist Talk on Zoom/Virtual Vernissage: Wednesday Sept 14, 7pm-8pm (Eastern Time). From September 7 to...

Urban sketchers take over Almonte!

The Kanata Art Club offered a 4-day workshop with internationally-renowned Paul Wang, an artist and instructor from Singapore. He scouted several areas that would...

Ice Breaker documentary – review

by Richard Vanduyvendyk Dear Reader Fifty years ago this month, the best hockey players from Canada and the USSR met for the first time during The Cold...

Daughter and laughter don’t rhyme: why English spelling is so weird

by Brent Eades English is one of history’s most successful tongues. It’s spoken as a first or second language by more people globally than any...

The Language of the Land at the Corridor Gallery

by Ingrid Kadoke   Carell Ann Farmer’s inaugural exhibition “The Language of the Land” is a reflection of an intentional life, strong and purposeful, at the...

Ice-Breaker – World Premiere of film about the 1972 Canada-Soviet Hockey Summit Series

This film has its world premiere in Perth  at the Studio Theatre on Tuesday, September 06 at 7:30 pm. There also will be showings...

Almonte Potters Guild is back open

Are you looking for a new hobby? Would you like to flex your creative muscles and try pottery? After a short closure for renovations, Almonte...

JIHANE MOSSALIM: ABOUT TIME at Sivarulrasa Gallery

August 3 – September 16, 2022 Vernissage/Meet the Artist Reception: Saturday August 20, 2pm-4pm – please see registration information below. From August 3 to September 16,...

Puppets Up Still Needs YOU!

Hey Miss Millians – the Puppets Up! International Puppet Festival (taking place in Almonte from August 12-14) still has a few volunteer shifts left to fill....

Mother – Almonte Art Installation

A Reflection of Loss and Hope by Barbara Carroll, Grief Counsellor A garden shed, 100 small floral paintings, and a solitary viewing experience ... these are...

KAREN HAINES: EN PLEIN AIR at Sivarulrasa Gallery

Artist Talk & Virtual Vernissage: Wednesday August 10, 7pm-8pm (Eastern Time) on Zoom. From July 27 to September 2, Sivarulrasa Gallery is pleased to present...

Coleman Island plaque honours Desi Giles

The MVTM was enthralled to be able to interview life-long Coleman Island resident Desmond “Desi” Giles on July 26, 2021. He was able to...

Puppets Up! Window Painting: Volunteers needed.

by Edith Cody-Rice One of the  magical things about past Puppets Up! festivals is the painted windows on Mill Street stores. Do you remember? They...

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