The Huron Chapel Evangelical Missionary Church in Auburn celebrated its 41st anniversary on Sunday with special guest Minister Claran Martin and musical guest the Glister Children s Choir shown above under the direction of Suzanne MacVicar.
The Barn Dance Band bid farewell to Bill Norris during the Barn Dance Jamboree and Campout over the weekend. Norris retired this year, and a special presentation marked the occasion. (Quinn Talbot photo)
Huron County Cultural Development Officer Rick Sickinger is greatly encouraged after the first consultation session on the new cultural plan held in Blyth last week.
Things are humming along for the Blyth Festival Art Gallery with its first two shows, the Student Show and the Community Show, both in the books.
For years, the Blyth Festival s Young Company initiative has been exposing Huron County s youth to professional artistic endeavours.
In light of its pending renovation and expansion project, the Brussels, Morris and Grey Recreation Board is undertaking a programming survey.
The Blyth Festival Art Gallery s Student Show 2019 will kick off the gallery s 44th season of exhibitions. This annual celebration of student creativity will feature the best work by students in Grades 9 to 12 in Huron and Perth County secondary school ar
Dorris Heffron, a celebrated author with ties to the Blyth area, will be reading from her most recent work, City Wolves, at the Queens Bakery on May 25.
The Pigeon King, the hit that premiered at the Blyth Festival in 2017, opened at the National Arts Centre (NAC) in Ottawa on Friday night, garnering standing ovations from audiences throughout the weekend.
On Friday night, the Huron Arts and Heritage Network (HAHN) handed out its 10th annual Huron County Cultural Awards, with IceCulture of Hensall eventually taking the top spot.
Prior to taking their show on the road (to the National Arts Centre in Ottawa), members of the creative team behind The Pigeon King performed a special CD launch concert at Blyth Memorial Hall
As part of an initiative to both celebrate Easter in Blyth and increase awareness and usership of the Blyth Greenway Trail, which is part of the Goderich-to-Guelph Rail Trail, the Friends of the Village of Blyth held a special Easter on the Trail event
For its 10th anniversary, the Huron Arts and Heritage Network (HAHN) will be celebrating some of the last decade s greatest contributors to the arts, culture and heritage landscape in Huron County.
The Alice Munro Festival of the Short Story returns for its 15th year on May 25-26 with a line-up of 10 award-winning Canadian authors.
For the past seven months, Blyth-area youth Ella Sawchuk has been putting her alteration skills to work to further her passion for cosplay.
Giddy Up N Go Ponies of Auburn hosted a special Princess Party at the Seaforth and District Community Centre on Saturday
The Blyth Festival s brochures have been mailed and the directors, as well as some of the cast, have been unveiled for the plays, revealing that some familiar faces will be returning to Blyth this season.
The Village of Blyth and Memorial Hall played host to the annual National Theatre School Drama Festival last week, bringing young people from all over the region to the community to learn about the life on stage.
As part of the newly-created Deeper Roots Series, the Blyth Festival will be opening the floor to some serious discussions about agriculture connecting with the world premiere of The Team on the Hill this year.
Teeswater s Studio 410 is in the middle of a two-weekend run of Shrek the Musical Jr. at Blyth Memorial Community Hall with three days of performances left.
The revival of the Blyth Rutabaga Festival continues to gain momentum after a special event saw approximately 100 people show up to help shape the future of the event.
Goderich Little Theatre, under the guidance of Director Duncan McGregor of Blyth, is looking at the Great Depression through a very local lens in its production of Ten Lost Years.
The play, which is a heavily-modified version of the 1970...
The Mudmen are returning to Blyth this November for a show at Memorial Hall. This comes after the band has made major in-roads with fans in the area with performances in Blyth, Kincardine and at last year s International Plowing Match in Walton.
The Citizen presents its annual look at the people behind the productions at the Blyth Festival. From the volunteers to the Artistic Director and the writers to the actors, theatregoers can find interesting stories about everyone involved in the Festival.