Brussels area resident Pete Albers and his professional dance partner Reanna Ramaker captured gold at the 10th annual Victim Services of Huron County Dancing with the Stars fundraiser on Oct. 20.
Blyth artist Kelly Stevenson has been chosen to provide both the season image and the production posters for next year s season of the Blyth Festival.
The 2019 Blyth Festival season was officially announced at the Festival s annual fundraising dinner and auction on Oct. 18, featuring five main-stage shows, two of which will be world premieres.
Several businesses reported to the Blyth Business Improvement Area (BIA) that the Transfigured Town s Festival of Wizardry didn t result in the record business numbers they experienced thanks to last year s event.
After a successful first two years, Jenna Fisher and the Brussels Agricultural Society are hosting the organization s annual ladies harvest social on Nov. 3 at the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre.
The Blyth Business Improvement Area s (BIA) Hometown Holiday is continuing to take shape under committee chair and Blyth Festival Artistic Director Gil Garratt.
The highly-anticipated return of Culture Days to Huron County was a hit, according to Cultural Development Officer Rick Sickinger, who said he was impressed with both the quality, quantity and diversity of events throughout the community.
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 County of Huron and the Huron County Museum are pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Huron County Art Show.
The Brussels Fall Fair spent another two days showcasing the talents of Brussels residents and marked a successful homecoming back to the village.
On Saturday, the Blyth Festival wrapped up its 44th successful season one week later than originally anticipated thanks to an extended, sold-out run of The New Canadian Curling Club.
Despite some wild, windy weather on Friday evening, changes to the Festival of Wizardry s format and time paid off this year.
The Blyth Festival production of Wing Night at the Boot came to a close on Saturday afternoon with a matinee and with actor Daniel Roberts unable to perform in the final show of the run, Festival Artistic Director Gil Garratt, left, filled in for him
The pig was so quick it was almost out before it got in, but the story of the Pig at The Boot has become something of local legend.
It s these stories, and the culture of small-town life as revealed around the local watering hole
On Sept. 18-19, the Brussels Fall Fair will be held for the 157th time.
This year s fair will represent somewhat of a homecoming for the Brussels Agricultural Society after the excitement of last year s event.
Despite some intense temperature swings, the 57th annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association was a success.
Years ago, MuchMusic (now simply Much) used to air an original show called Intimate and Interactive, which focused on live, intimate (surprise) performances that invited audience participation.
After taking several years off, Huron County is once again participating in Culture Days, a nation-wide initiative to showcase local arts and culture.
This October the Huron Arts and Heritage Network will be reviving Haunted Huron, an initiative that proved wildly popular when it was first rolled out 10 years ago.
With the Festival of Wizardry just two weeks away, tickets for Saturday s festivities are sold out, with tickets remaining for only the Friday and Sunday programming at the Blyth campground.
Two years after the first Rural talks to Rural (R2R) conference, the organization is planning its next installment of the event, which will focus on rural resiliency.
This weekend, for the 57th time, the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association will be hosting its annual reunion in Blyth.
Gemma James Smith s marionettes are featured at this season s final show at the Blyth Festival Art Gallery in a show called We ve Been Here for So Long the Huron County Show.