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 Lakeside Road, Knowlton 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily.

The pre-launch of Louise Penny’s 13th book Glass Houses will be held on Saturday August 26th at 2 p.m. under the big tent in the Coldbrook Park. The seats under the tent are all sold out but if the weather is good you are welcome to come by and listen from the picnic tables or have a seat on the lawn. Following the presentation Louise will be signing books and meeting fans.

Hors-Cadre in collaboration with the Canada Day Committee at Lac-Brome, invites you to meet artists who will paint at the Lions Park from 4 to 7:30 pm. Come complete the giant mandala from 3 p.m. with the artist Ginette Richard. Bring what inspires you… no limit to creativity for pleasure.

Programming of artists in residence in Hors-Cadre, 320 Knowlton Road. Tel: 450-242-1908.

Artists present from Wednesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. From 28 June to July 2; Ghyslaine Ledoux, from July 5 to 9; Rosina Bucci, from July 12 to 16; Ilinca Ghibu, from July 19 to 23; Dario Dufresne, from July 26 to 30; Emilie Lemay, from August 2 to 6; Gaëtane Voyer, from August 16 to 20; Lucie Champoux, from August 23 to 27; Gisèle Dallaire… other artists in September: Edith Fillion, Luce Laliberté, Marie Eve Roy and Anne Breton. Details and registration for training workshops:


Recommended reading:
Anything is Possible, Elizabeth Strout (Fiction)
Waking Lions, Ayelet Gubndar-Goshen (Mystery)
This Fight is Our Fight, Elizabeth Warren (Non Fiction) Driving Miss Norma,
Tim Bauerschmidt (Biography)