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Art collective show off their creativity at JNAAG’s re-opening
A Toronto-based art collective with strong links to Latin America plan to wow Lambton County audiences at the newly-reopened Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery. Their exhibition showcases a wide variety of colourful, complex and collaborative creations.
For Hidden Talents’ Carrie Beauchamp, the show must go on
Even though coronavirus has put an indefinite pause on all live performances, large gatherings and the magic that is musical theatre, Hidden Talents’ Carrie Beauchamp is still planning to again wow audiences with an online production that will showcase some of Sarnia’s best and brightest young performers.
Local film buffs recommend movies to watch during isolation
Looking for something new, original and interesting to watch while spending time socially distancing at home? Movie aficionados from three of Lambton County’s biggest film groups – cineSarnia, the Lambton Film and Food Festival and the South Western International Film Festival – have a whole host of recommendations for people looking for either contemporary or classic films available on streaming services.
Ringing in St. Patrick's Day in Sarnia-Lambton
For those seeking an authentic and lively local St. Patrick’s Day experience to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland, the Lake Point Grillhouse and Lounge is offering up a series of rollicking, Celtic-themed rave-ups designed to evoke the spirit of the Emerald Isle in Lambton County.
Visitors invited to shake off hibernation hangover during March First Friday
With temperatures rising and the promise of spring around the corner, downtown Sarnia merchants are inviting winter-weary residents to partake in an evening of fine dining, dancing, music and art on March 6 as part of the First Friday Cultural Walkabout.
Local musicians coming together for springtime concert
Joyful music will take centre stage at Sarnia’s Central United Church on Friday, March 6 as vocalists, choir members and musicians prepare to perform an assortment of traditional hymns, modern classics and choral pieces evoking spring’s spirit of hope and renewal.
ISO set to perform memorable movie music
An evening of some of the most celestial music ever played on the silver screen awaits attendees to a pair of upcoming International Symphony Orchestra performances entitled At the Movies. It takes place Friday, Feb. 21 at Port Huron’s Northern High School Theatre and Saturday, Feb. 22 at Sarnia’s Imperial Theatre, at 7:30 p.m.