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Artistry & Theatre  Galleries, performances, exhibits - Our Local Artists

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Exhibit at The Railway Station
Sat Mar 11 to Sat Apr 29
The Railway Station in Barry's Bay

March 11th - April 29th
Belonging
Lower Gallery
A group exhibition exploring concepts of what it means to belong.

Belonging: Three Perspectives on Canada’s North - A panel discussion on the geographical and cultural diversity within Canada from three perspectives. Thursday March 30, 7pm at the Royal Canadian Legion, Barry’s Bay.

A River Runs Through Me
– Painting the Little Bonnechere

Upper Gallery
KY Hanewich spent five months painting on site along the Little Bonnechere River. Kim sees these oil paintings as river portraits.

Artist Talk-Wednesday April 19, 7 pm – 8 pm

at The Railway Station

In conjunction with her exhibition in the upper gallery at The Railway Station, Kim will discuss her experiences painting the Little Bonnechere River from May thru September of 2011.


Gallery Hours:

Winter (October to April) Wed - Sat 10-4
Spring (May & June) Wed - Sat 10-4; Sun 11 - 3
Summer (July & August) Everyday 10-6 & 10-8 on Fri
Fall (September) Wed - Sun 10-4

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Decorative Pottery Mask Workshop
Every Sat, Mar 11 to Mar 25
Barry's Bay Railway Station
9 am to noon
$95 + HST (materials included)

Sat March 11th and Sat March 25th

With Amy Doole
Spend a morning learning skills to create a ceramic mask or plaque to decorate your home or garden. Learn the basics of handling and joining clay.
Explore techniques for adding relief, texture, and decoration to bring your piece to life. You will use the first workshop session to create the piece and the second session will be devoted to decorating and adding colour. Tools and materials will be provided. Please wear clothing that can get dirty and/or bring along a smock or apron. Your finished pieces will be fired off site by your instructor and pickup will be scheduled 7-10 days after the second session.
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Eat Your Art Out
Fri Mar 31
Killaloe Lions Hall
6 pm
$50

The Courses:

Energy Returns
New Life
Water Flows
The Spring Pig
Slush
The Great Unveiling

Food by Jackson Franchetta and Blakeney Malo, Seed & Stone Farmstead.

Gluten Free with a vegetarian option.

Tickets - in advance only - available at Grandma's Pantry & Community Resource Centre in Killlaloe, Railway Station in Barry's Bay and Eganville Library.

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Stone Fence Theatre

We'll be back next summer with more music, dance and storytelling from the Ottawa Valley

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Allocating Annie
Fri Apr 7 to Sun Apr 9
Cobden Agricultural Hall
43 Astrolabe Road, Cobden
7:30 pm Fri and Sat, 2 pm Sun
Adults $12/ Children $6 (12 and under)

Home-cooked meals at Ag hall - 4:30 to 6:30 pm

Friday - Roast Beef Dinner by Grace United

Saturday - Ham Dinner by St. Andrew's Presbyterian

Adults: $13/ Children $7 (12 and under)

Pre-play entertainment - 6:45 - 7:15 pm

Friday - The Lake Dore Gang

Saturday - Leahy cousins, featuring the Donohued-Enright families

Play proceeds of Friday and Saturday to local charities, Sunday to Guatemala Projects.

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Fibre Friends - South of 60
Every Fri, Jan 1
Barry's Bay Railway Station
10 am - 12 noon
An informal drop-in knitting group.
All levels welcome.
Advice available.
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HEW Books
Reminiscences and History of the Algonquin Park Area
By H. Eleanor (Mooney) Wright

Daughter of an Algonquin Park ranger, who grew up in the Park

HEW Books
43 Maple Ridge Drive
P. O. Box 742
Eganville ON, K0J 1T0 613-628-1854

eleanormooneywright.ca
 

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