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Shakespeare on the Green

The Knowlton Literary Festival will present Repercussion Theatre’s production of Much Ado About Nothing at 7.30 p.m. on Saturday July 15. There is a...

Celebrate more Canada!

The fine newly minted addition to Theatre Lac Brome owes its existence in no small measure to a grant from the Feds. And Arts...

A walk through the past

It is strange that even if one has been living here for a long time, most of us are not aware of Knowlton’s rich...

Canada Day – a Knowlton tradition

According to Shelley Judge, one of the event organizers, people can expect all their favourites: dog show, dancing, music, antique cars, face painting, petting...

Pettes Memorial Library: Annual Report

Press release The Pettes Memorial Library, the oldest free public library in rural Quebec, has been serving citizens since 1894, said Hans Konow, chairman...

Bookworms of the world rejoice

On the third weekend of July, bookworms from all over invade the grounds of the Pettes Memorial Library in Knowlton, looking for a major...

Prizes to win at Three Pines

Inspector Gamache needs your help! Seek, discover, solve and share the series of Three Pines.Twelve Three Pines Friendly posters of twelve Louise Penny books...

Arts and Culture: July/August 2017

From June 30 to July 5, Jeanne Marler is having an art exhibition From La Tuque to the Townships at Espace England Hill, 104...

Tours des Arts

You can’t throw a brick without hitting a visual artist in our part of the world.We harbour painters and potters, sculptors and stained glass...

Running all over the world

Nathalie Rivard, a journalist and author, moved to Knowlton last May. In March 2016, Les Éditions de l’Homme published her book “Courir autour du...