The Blyth Community Betterment Group is moving ahead with a Hometown Holiday Weekend-like celebration, but without the Santa Claus parade residents have enjoyed in recent years.
The Blyth Festival is requesting that pass holders for the cancelled 2020 season reach out to the organization to either seek a refund or donate the value of those passes to the Festival.
The Seaforth Lions Club is hoping to proceed with a new kind of Santa Claus parade next month with the blessing of Huron East Council.
Blyth was named the winner of London's Pure Country Stompin' Ground Throwdown last Friday, earning the village a featured spot in a special version of Tim Hicks' country hit Stompin' Ground.
A project to beautify an alley in Seaforth is drawing to a close with Goderich-area artist Tova Hasiwar's mural being painted as one of the final stages of the project.
Over 100 pieces of art, all 10 inches squared in size and all created by local artists, will soon be up for auction to benefit the Blyth Festival.
This November's Rural Talks to Rural (R2R) conference, organized by the Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity, will be moving ahead virtually and organizers are asking for participation from across the country.
With suggestions coming down from the provincial government and Huron Perth Public Health to look for different ways to celebrate Halloween, The Citizen wants to make sure all those cute, fun and adventurous costumes still get seen this year.
Saturday marked the first-ever mini Harvestfest in Clinton, rejuvenating the annual celebration on a smaller scale due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following up on what he calls the "Baker's Dozen Season" at the Blyth Festival will be difficult according to Artistic Director Gil Garratt, however the company has plans to make 2021 successful.
Sunday's Brussels Fall Fair parade has been heralded as a success by organizers thanks to robust attendance and approximately 80 floats taking part from all over the region.
One of the most consistent aspects of a Brussels Fall Fair since 1959 has been an appearance by Don McNeil's famous parade car.
Sean Mitchell will be staying on as the Brussels Fall Fair Ambassador for another year after being named 2019/2020 ambassador in August of 2019.
Right now, the Brussels Agricultural Society's Brussels Fall Fair Ambassador program is being led by four women who know a thing or two about being in the position.
In the long and storied history of the Brussels Fall Fair -- which will extend to 160 years with next year's fair -- one of the most memorable events has to be the 2017 fair, which was held at the International Plowing Match (IPM).
Zoellyn Onn could not have predicted that when she took on the presidency of the Brussels Agricultural Society that she would oversee the near-unprecedented decision to cancel the year's Brussels Fall Fair.
On Sept. 22, the Blyth Festival will be one of many live theatre venues to light up their building as part of the Day of Visibility for the Live Event Community to be held across the country.
The Brussels Agricultural Society, in light of the cancellation of the annual Brussels Fall Fair, is hosting a parade and home and business decorating contest next weekend.
Cindy McKenna of Wild Goose Studio wants to help people express what wearing masks due to COVID-19 feels like to them and has started a competition to encourage people to participate.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on and the majority of live arts and cultural events are cancelled, Blyth Festival Artistic Director Gil Garratt and some friends are breathing new life into the film Deep Roots: The Music of Huron County.
While this year's Brussels Fall Fair may be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Brussels Agricultural Society is moving ahead with a parade and a decorating competition for homes and businesses.
The Brussels Leo Club has continued to make use of its new shed and clubhouse, which was recently donated to the club by Joe and Deb Seili of Huron Feeding Systems.