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Changing of the guard at the Theatre

Musical chairs and a change of wind have shaken up Brome Lake Theatre’s board and management. Over the last twelve months, half of the...

“Blending In” wins contest

When you see the high heels stuck in the sand near the Marina, you know that this is not a typical travel promotion video....

Celtic Festival opens October 5

The eighth Celtic Harmonies festival is upon us, October 5 to 13. The biennial nine-day celebration of music, culture and dance with the finest...

Literary Festival coming

The Knowlton Literary Association will bring some of the best writers in Canada to the Eastern Townships for the ninth edition of the Knowlton...

Ancient rules for unmarried teachers

In the children’s Museum of the Brome County Historical Society you will find a board with the following rules of conduct for unmarried teachers...

Debut Knowlton Film Festival pronounced a success

“Organizers are more than pleased” by the public response to the first edition of the Knowlton Film Festival, August 16-19. Almost 1,000 people from the...

Louise Penny in the French Larousse dictionary

Louise Penny has learned from her Québec editor that she now has a mention in the Petit Larousse Illustré, the famous French dictionary. She...

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...