Singer/songwriter Serena Ryder is bringing her special brand of holiday cheer to the town of Wingham on Dec. 16.
Stratford-based video artist Simon Brothers and four other artists who, together, are known as Common Collective, recently opened "40-Tonne Viewfinder" at the Confederation Centre for the Arts in Prince Edward Island, but the project's roots were laid...
Blyth's Trinity Anglican Church held a charitable concert in support of Huron Hospice on Friday, Nov. 24. "Songs of Hope" was hosted by Huron County newcomer Darryn de Souza, with performances from a stellar array of local talent.
In the days before I came to be a reporter here at The Citizen, I had the good fortune to spend 12 years working in the production department of a show known as The Rick Mercer Report (RMR).
Once upon a midnight dreary, filmmaker Samuel Scott set off on a perilous journey across the unknowable landscapes of Ontario, Canada.
Earlier this month, Central Huron Community Improvement Co-ordinator Angela Smith unveiled a number of murals - both new and refreshed - around Clinton that exist both as they're seen by the naked eye and as animations that come alive...
Blyth's Trinity Anglican Church is putting on a benefit concert on Nov. 24 to raise money for Huron Residential Hospice. The show will feature the vocal song stylings of Annie Sparling and Kathryn Peach, along with Joe Gahan of The Lucky Charms.
Next year's 50th anniversary Blyth Festival season will feature six productions - four indoors at Memorial Hall and two outdoors on the Harvest Stage - including five premieres and one remount and reimagining of the Canadian play that started it all.
On Nov. 5, the long-running local phenomena known as CKNX Barn Dance came home to Josephine Street in the form of an afternoon of old-time country tunes at the regally restored Town Hall Theatre in Wingham.
A star-studded country show is being put on in the historic Town Hall Theatre in Wingham on the afternoon of Nov. 5, and it's one that's guaranteed to bring back that same old-time spirit that, for a long time, was synonymous with the little town.
Southwestern Ontario has produced its fair share of phenomenal musicians over the years, and Perth County-raised singer-songwriter Cat Clyde already fits comfortably into that pantheon
Clinton native, Goderich resident and one of the head honchos at the Blyth branch of the Huron County Library, Hamilton Baker, has delved into the literary world from the creative side, penning his first novel, Iron Scars.
Celebrated local author and photographer Bonnie Sitter is working to create a documentary on the Farmerettes, a passion project of hers that manifested with her book, Onion Skins and Peach Fuzz, but she just needs help to fund it.
The Huron County Museum in Goderich is now home to a large painting by George Agnew Reid, a world-renowned artist who was born in northern Huron County.
On Aug. 18, Lucknow-based musician Scott Chow will be the latest musical performer in this summer's hottest culinary event/concert series - Fired Up Fridays at Grassroots Wood Fired Pizza.
If you live in Huron County and have listened to the radio in the past five years, you're probably already familiar with the music of Alberta-born Aaron Goodvin.
Recently, the Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts handed out Dora Mavor Moore Awards for the 43rd time, honouring the best in Toronto theatre over the course of the previous year.
The title of the first installment in The Donnellys: A Trilogy is Sticks and Stones, evoking the well-known, "sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me."
Morris-Turnberry Council is providing a variety of support for the Bluevale Homecoming Committee in advance of the 170th celebration being planned for next year.
The Tanner Steffler Foundation was part of what was a great day for Seaforth on Saturday, as the Seaforth Summerfest took over the town's main street, followed by the return of the foundation's Six String Music Fest...
These kids came to the Brussels Market on Friday to win some money and eat some watermelon and, in just a matter of minutes, it looked like they were almost out of watermelon.
Last Saturday, the weekly Goderich Farmers' Market in The Square was joined by the Festival of Arts and Crafts - an event full of local artisans selling paintings, textile crafts, jewelry, recycled art and more.
What started as a small, grassroots effort to engage the youth of Blyth has grown into one of the biggest and most dynamic recreation opportunities in the village in recent years with the Blyth Kids Club.