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<b>COLUMN:</b> It's time to 'fall' in love with local arts, culture

COLUMN: It's time to 'fall' in love with local arts, culture

As autumn nears, the calendar is beginning to fill up locally with lots of highly anticipated concerts, events, festivals, receptions and much more
<b>COLUMN:</b> Music and humour on this weekend's event menu

COLUMN: Music and humour on this weekend's event menu

Roots North Revisited concert on tap Saturday; Leacock Medal will be awarded as gala returns after two-year hiatus, says columnist
Barenaked Ladies to perform at Casino Rama in November

Barenaked Ladies to perform at Casino Rama in November

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Saturday, Sept. 17
<b>COLUMN:</b> Fall programming 'leaves' something for everyone

COLUMN: Fall programming 'leaves' something for everyone

From concerts to film nights to lectures to programming at OMAH to Arts Orillia workshops and more, it's time to get involved, says arts columnist
COLUMN: Take in what's left of summer with music, art and more

COLUMN: Take in what's left of summer with music, art and more

From See You on the Patio to walking tours and fundraisers, there's still plenty to do in Orillia, columnist explains
<b>COLUMN:</b> Rib fest, powwow among many events this weekend

COLUMN: Rib fest, powwow among many events this weekend

Sun may be setting soon on summer, but this weekend is jam-packed with events for people of all ages and interests, says columnist
REVIEW: Last Opera House show of season is 'poignant, hilarious'

REVIEW: Last Opera House show of season is 'poignant, hilarious'

Come Down From Up River's 'fascinating interpersonal struggle shows what Norm Foster does so well when he’s at his best – and he’s at his best here'
<b>COLUMN:</b> Summer may be waning, but there's lots going on

COLUMN: Summer may be waning, but there's lots going on

It's been a busy post-pandemic summer and there are still more fun events coming up in Orillia and area, says columnist
<b>COLUMN:</b> Passion for trains sparks new local video project

COLUMN: Passion for trains sparks new local video project

'In this new series, we will follow trains as they pass local areas in and around Orillia,' says local videographer of unique project among many things happening locally
<b>COLUMN:</b> August is a busy month for arts, entertainment

COLUMN: August is a busy month for arts, entertainment

From Driving Miss Daisy, to history walks, to unique events in city parks, to downtown eats and arts, there is lots on the menu in Orillia, says columnist