The Northumberland Film Sundays spring series has been announced, with five films taking you through to May.
This is the last year the Shelter Valley Folk Festival will be held on the rolling hills of the Henkel Farm east of Grafton where it first began in 2004.
The Road Shows hosted by the All Canadian Jazz Festival to generate interest leading up to this fall event have found an exciting partner in the Cobourg Swing and Lindy Hop Dance Group.
With a certain amount of success behind her as a playwright for children, Hamilton Township resident Linda Hutsell-Manning will soon see her comedy A Certain Singing Teacher staged for older audiences at the Victoria Hall Concert Hall.
“A lost hunter looks back to see his steps fill with falling snow.”
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to list all the things that today’s younger generation find laughable about the middle-aged.
The 2017 season has been announced for the Brighton Barn Theatre, with four offerings to enjoy.
The Northumberland Players mount a Tony award-winning show at the Best Western Inn in Cobourg from Jan. 20 until Feb. 5.
Back by popular demand, virtuoso pianist-composer Richard Herriott will return to Cobourg Feb. 19 for a concert at St. Peter’s Anglican Church.