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Theatre Orangeville sets the stage for ‘By the Light of a Story’ world premiere

February 29, 2024   ·   0 Comments

By Constance Scrafield Kristen Da Silva is back to Theatre Orangeville premiering her new play, “By the Light of a Story,” opening March 7 and ...

Century Church presents ‘An Act of the Imagination’

By Constance Scrafield Century Church is pleased to be presenting “An Act of Imagination” by Canadian playwright Bernard Slate opening March 3 and running over ...

Orangeville Community Band to perform in two schools

By Constance Scrafield The Orangeville Community Band has been invited to bring music back into two elementary schools next Friday, March 8. Band members love ...

Arvella’s Spatique offers quality spa, makeover services in Hockley Village

By Constance Scrafield Arvella Giesbrecht, founder and owner of Arvella’s Spatique in Hockley Village, claims for sure that their regulars saw the business through the ...

Theatre Orangeville presents Doris and Ivy in the Home

By Constance Scrafield A highlight of Theatre Orangeville’s season is the annual Norm Foster play. This time, we are being treated to his tale about ...

Rosemary Hasner shares her love for mixed-media photography

By Constance Scrafield “You always have a camera with you,” said Rosemary Hasner, mixed media photographer. “Some of the pieces, people ask me, ‘What are ...

New Norm Foster plays to be previewed at this year’s Foster Festival

By Constance Scrafield Nine years ago there was the visionary idea of creating a festival based on the writings of a single playwright. There are ...

Caledon Town Hall Players prepare for new show, ‘A Bench in the Sun’

By Constance Scrafield Heidi Kachel is directing “A Bench in the Sun,” next up on CTHP’s season this year. It opens next Saturday (Feb. 17). ...

Theatre Orangeville to bring Norm Foster’s latest play to the Opera House

By Constance Scrafield Excitement is in the air as Theatre Orangeville brings Norm Foster’s “Doris and Ivy in the Home” to the main stage, opening ...

Artist Kara Darragh takes over a studio at Dragonfly Arts

By Constance Scrafield “We moved to Inglewood,” began Kara Darragh, who told the Citizen how she had landed at Dragonfly Arts. “I love Orangeville,” she ...

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