Read through the latest arts and entertainment news from around Flamborough and the world at large.
Sugar Shack
Alecia Paul (left) and Claire Hunter serve samples of Westfield Heritage Village’s own maple syrup at the Sugar Shack.
Feb 22, 2017 | Add Comment | Dundas Star News

Maple Syrup Festival running at Westfield Heritage Village

Visitors will be able to view both traditional and modern methods for making maple syrup and then...

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ArtsEntertainment | Feb 08, 2017
Lip sync battle Feb. 25

Rising Star to host lip sync battle to support ALS Canada

As of right now, ALS is terminal, but through the help of donations, fighting it is getting easier — and that is exactly what...

Flamborough Review | by Julia Lovett
ArtsEntertainment | Jan 17, 2017
The Kiss

Los Lobos musician Louie Pérez featured guest at Waterdown's True North Gallery

True North Gallery is hosting a VIP reception for musician and visual artist Louie Pérez, best known as a founding member and...

Flamborough Review
ArtsEntertainment | Jan 09, 2017

Waterdown's fiddle jam session: great players and fun times

Thursday afternoons at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 551 in Waterdown, laughter and chatter can be heard as a counterpoint...

Flamborough Review | by Julia Lovett
ArtsEntertainment | Dec 27, 2016
Rising star Alisse DiPeliino

Waterdown dancer's star set to rise

Every once in a while, a dancer comes along with a special gift. According to Melanie Hedden-Perron, co-owner of Waterdown's...

Flamborough Review | by Julia Lovett
WhatsOn | Nov 25, 2016
John McDermott

McDermott returns to Strabane Dec. 4

Scottish-Canadian tenor John McDermott will be preforming at the Strabane United Church on Sun., Dec. 4.

Flamborough Review | by Julia Lovett
Life | Nov 01, 2016
Ancaster Fairgrounds

Festival of Friends moving back to Hamilton's Gage Park

Festival of Friends, the downtown free music festival that left Gage Park to public outrage, is now being welcomed back with...

Ancaster News | by Kevin Werner
Aug 25, 2016

Waterdown ArtsFest draws 12,000 to town

According to organizers, some 12,000 people flocked to town for the first-ever Watedown ArtsFest on Aug. 20 and 21.

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Aug 21, 2016

‘This is our life’: Tragically Hip intertwined with the Canadian experience

The Hip’s last hurrah was one for the history books

Waterloo Region Record | Add Comment | by Joel Rubinoff
Aug 19, 2016

Cactus Festival returns to the streets of Dundas this weekend

A late stumbling block forced the 41st annual Dundas Cactus Festival to book a new headlining act for the Saturday night of...

Dundas Star News | Add Comment | by Craig Campbell
Aug 18, 2016

Art, music and a surprise or two planned this weekend in Waterdown

The first ArtsFest will be held in downtown Waterdown this weekend and, according to Creative Hub co-owner Donna Redl, the...

Flamborough Review | Add Comment | by Julia Lovett
Aug 16, 2016

FALL FAIRS: They’re here!

It's fall fair season. Use this listing of local fall fairs to guide you from the summer time EX to Rockton's Worlds Fair at...

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Jul 03, 2016

Waterdown festival sponsorship initiative draws on art, history

Donna Redl wants to get Waterdown’s creative juices flowing.

Flamborough Review | Add Comment | by Brenda Jefferies
Jul 03, 2016

Waterdown’s RootBone releases first album

In a sunny living room, a bluesy loop fills the air. While Darran Poole strums his guitar, Bobbi Richards provides a soft...

Flamborough Review | Add Comment | by Julia Lovett
Jun 29, 2016

Iconic RCMP Musical Ride comes to the Ancaster Fair in September

The 2016 version of the Ancaster Fair will be building memories of a colourful Canadian tradition that will be treasured for...

Ancaster News | Add Comment | by Debra Downey
Jun 13, 2016

Carlisle garden art tour and sale June 18-19

Potter Monika Schaefer is opening her studio this weekend for the 12th annual Garden Art Show and Sale.

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Jun 10, 2016

Walking the art walk in Waterdown

Art, music and imagination are about to come to life in a Victorian village setting, during the Waterdown Art Walk.

Flamborough Review | Add Comment | by Julia Lovett

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