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Tour des Arts – 31st year

Cue the homemade birthday cake and local vineyard bubbly. Tour des Arts is 31 years old this year. The nine-day celebration of the Townships' artistic...

Shakespeare in the Park

Shakespeare in the Park is back. This time it is Measure for Measure at Lion’s Park at 7 p.m. on July 20. Admission is...

Country comes to Town

The first-ever Festival New Country Brome rides into the Brome County Fairgrounds, July 26-28. Tebey, Paul Brandt and The Washboard Union headline Friday though Sunday...

Film festival is back

To the mild surprise of organizers, there will be a second Knowlton Film Festival at Theatre Lac Brome, August 22 to 25. “When we first...

Brome Bright Lights

The Brome Bright Lights story competition was once again sponsored by the Knowlton Lions Club and was organized by Danny McAuley and Lucy Hoblyn. Other...

Composting at work

By Lizette Gilday On Saturday, June 8, the Régie intermunicipale de gestion des matières résiduelles de Brome- Missisquoi opened their doors to the public in...

Local students step up to support return of blue birds

By Lizette Gilday Students from Heroes’ Memorial Elementary School and MECA (Mont Echo Conservation Association) are teaming up to respond to the plight of the...

“Knowlton should bank on its artists” – Isabelle Daval, Hors-Cadre

There are very few visual arts projects in Knowlton which do not involve, one way or another, Isabelle Daval, painter and sculptor, and owner...

Johnny’s Quest

Contributor: Jessica Brown-Gauthier You’ve surely seen Johnny Blanchard walking the streets of Knowlton at some point or another. He is a very local fixture in...

Treasure found in tab collection

In the summer of 2014, a project was started in our area to collect the aluminum alloy tabs from soft drink, beer and cider...