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Bard in the Park

Amanda Kellock has been launching sorties on the Bard’s borders since becoming the artistic director of Repercussion Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park in 2015. Gender...

Tour des Arts turns 30

Break out the bubbly and streamers! Tour des Arts turns 30, July 14 to 22. What began as a modest idea in the fertile mind...

Family fun at Arts Alive! Knowlton

Not only is Arts Alive! alive, it is returning to Knowlton for a fourth edition, August 3 to 5. Details are sketchy as these...

Culture at the heart of TBL tourism season

Nothing to do in Brome Lake? Can’t be further from the truth said Councillor Louise Morin as she presented the town’s new tourism season....

Brand new season for Theatre Lac-Brome

After a seemingly endless winter, summer weather is suddenly upon us. And with it, the 2018 season at Theatre Lac-Brome, in beautiful downtown Knowlton....

Tapping in the Townships

Denise Beamish, special collaboration We often hear about, or have as our neighbours, one or more of the many artists and musicians who make...

West Brome artist profile

By Alison Marks Artist Zina Mecelis from West Brome, has been painting wildlife for 20 years and in a full-time capacity for the last two...

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...