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Brome Lake comes together to help pre-schooler literacy

This year, the Knowlton Literary Festival will expand its activities to include the literacy development of infants and pre-school children. Called “Tales for Tots”,...

The magic of Louise Penny

Louise Penny’s latest book, Glass Houses is #1 on the Globe & Mail fiction list and on the Canadian and Mystery List too. Added...

Canadian writers visiting our town

The mission of the Knowlton Literary Festival, from October 12 to October 15, is to bring a sampling of the best Canadian writers into...

Exciting musical coming in November

The daunting logistics behind mounting an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical are not lost on the braintrust guiding The Knowlton Players. When the production of...

Celtic Festival coming again

“Let nature soothe your soul. Let the music feed your imagination.”These are words to live by. Conveniently for this story, they also represent the...

Arts and Culture: September 2017

Bishop’s Knowlton Campus. / Fall 2017. Registration / Info: 450- 242-1518. ecomeau@ubishops.ca. Credit courses: Printmaking, Photo I, Sculpture III, ArtEducation, “Current topics in Art” Workshops: Italian,...

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...