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Echo, A new Sound Poem at Bonnechere Caves
Sat Jul 29
Bonnechere Caves
6:30 pm
$15 - $20 suggested donation

Echo: a new sound poem in three voices.

Written by Eleanor Crowder, Kyra Shaughnessy and Andy Trull. Performed by Eleanor Crowder, Linnéa Rowlatt, Andy Trull, and music by Kyra Shaughnessy.

We will be performing throughout the caves so bring comfortable shoes and a light sweater.

Limited admission so RSVP to andytrull@gmail.com
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Exhibit at The Railway Station
Fri Jul 28 to Sun Sep 3
The Railway Station in Barry's Bay

July 28th - September 3rd

Eva Kaczkowski - A Retrospective
Lower Gallery
An exhibition looking back at Eva’s painting career based in the Madawaska Valley.

Art From Trees
Upper Gallery
A juried group exhibition featuring artwork made solely from materials derived from trees.

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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Summer Art Camps
Mon Jul 3
Railway Station, Barry's Bay
$160 per 4-day week
With Emily McPhee

Wild Canada Art Exploration

Ages 11 - 13: Aug. 7 - 19

Ages 8 - 19: Aug. 14 - 17

Ages 5 - 7: Aug. 21 - 24

tourism@madawaskavalley.ca


Saturday Art Club with Emma Manchester
Saturdays July 1st – Aug 26th 2pm – 4pm
Free

Join us in Railway Station Park for free art-making, open to all ages and all experience levels. Over the course of the summer we will create a large collaborative art-piece, with a different modality being worked with each week, including clay sculpture, papier mache, weaving with natural materials and natural dyeing.

Art From Trees With Emma Manchester
Aug 19th and 26th, 10am - 1pm
$110 (Materials Included)

In this two day workshop we will use materials harvested almost exclusively from trees, such as birch bark, wood pulp and pigments from brazil wood and logwood to create wall pieces that tell the story of our link to land and family. Techniques taught and explored will include sculpting in clay, papier mache, painting and natural-dye printing.


Poems Under Foot – exploring words and whimsy
Sunday August 27 , 1-3 pm
$10 per child (accompanying adults free)

Join our poets-in-residence for an exploration of words and whimsy. We will find inspiration from the art, gardens and history of the Barry's Bay Railway station to create a new poem together.
Family friendly - Ages 5 & up


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Stone Fence Theatre

15th Stone Fence Season

Say Moo! What happens when a young male veterinarian from the city gets his first job in the Ottawa Valley and encounters lonely middle-aged farm women, resentful colleagues, skeptical farmers and a profession going through lots of changes?

See the website for other shows and the full schedule.
Tickets for all shows go on sale in May online or by phone.

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Fibre Friendz - The Railway Station
Thu Jan 1 2015
Barry's Bay Railway Station
10 am - 12 noon

Fibre Friendz will reconvene in the Fall

An informal drop-in knitting group.

Meets every second Friday
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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