David Archibald, an actor and musician who is no stranger to Blyth residents and the Blyth Festival, has released a new album featuring several nods to one of his favourite places in the world.
The Blyth Community Betterment Group announced the winners of the Great Rutabaga Giveaway competition last week, bringing the month-long competition focused on the eponymous root vegetable to a close.
It is with heavy hearts that the Board of Directors of the Seaforth Fall Fair announce the cancellation of the 2020 fair, originally scheduled for Sept. 17-20.
Amidst continued concerns regarding the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and in keeping with physical distancing recommendations, Drayton Entertainment has cancelled its entire summer season on both the main stage...
The Brussels Leo Club is making good on its plans to refresh the playground equipment at the conservation area just off Alfred Street in the village. Last week Ryan Construction started preparing the grounds for the upgrade. (Photo submitted)
This year's Brussels Fall Fair and its associated events, like the Ambassador competition and ladies' night fundraiser, have all been cancelled for 2020.
On Monday, the Brussels Leo Club officially cut the ribbon on its new shed, located in the north end of Brussels and donated by Joe and Deb Seili of Huron Feeding Systems.
The Six-String Music Festival, the Tanner Steffler Foundation's foremost annual fundraiser, has been cancelled for 2020 with plans to return in July, 2021.
After months of extensive research, memoir writing and photo searches, Charles Kalbfleisch of Bayfield is proud to announce that his latest book, Ambassadors on Parade, is now in print and available for purchase.
The Blyth Community Betterment Group is expanding the Great Rutabaga Giveaway competition running this month with a creative writing component based on Rita Rutabaga, a creation of Cindy McKenna at Blyth's Wild Goose Studio Canada.
The Hodgins family bade farewell to their father Glenn recently and, in his honour, have put his treasured International Harvester 400 (IH400) up for sale with the proceeds going to Jessica's House, a charity-run hospice where Glenn spent his final days.
Following the Blyth Festival's lead, the Festival's namesake art gallery has cancelled its 2020 season, its 45th, pushing its exhibits to 2021.
With the cancellation of the 2020 Blyth Festival season now official, Artistic Director Gil Garratt is looking ahead to what's next, what the Festival's offerings will look like this year and what the Festival will look like in years to come.
Nearly four-year-old Mary Jane Scott (and Denny Scott) review The Bardnyard: Read-And-Play Sticker Book by Lisa Hiley with Illustrations by Christina Wald. This will be the first in an ongoing series of reviews
The executive behind the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association have decided to cancel this year's show and focus its members' energies on the 60th show next year.
North Huron Township Council has decided to help the Blyth Festival during the COVID-19 pandemic, though some council members wanted the funds to be specifically dedicated to maintaining Memorial Hall and others felt the Festival should use the funds...
On April 1, 2020, for the first time in 46 years, we suspended the Blyth Festival summer season. At the time we made that decision it was already clear to us that whatever unfolded in the coming weeks, we would not be able to continue with the summer...
The 100th annual Elementary School Fair, scheduled for September, has been postponed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, marking the second time the event has been postponed during its run.
This year's Alice Munro Festival of the Short Story has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the writing competition will go ahead and organizers hope to bring some virtual events to audiences this summer.
Arts and culture will be necessary to engender community and raise spirits once the cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic lifts, says Huron County Cultural Development Officer Rick Sickinger.
The Barn Dance Historical Society's 23rd annual Jamboree and Campout in Blyth is cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and organizers hope to be able to put on the final show of its kind in Blyth next year.
The Blyth Festival Art Gallery will not hold a Student Show this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As for the rest of the season, Board President Carl Stevenson says they're in a wait-and-see mode.
For the first time in the 46-year history of the Blyth Festival, its season has been suspended as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic gripping the world.