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WWII Veteran Michael Drysdale joined the Navy in 1943 as a Radio & Radar Operator and now resides in Bracebridge.
Rachel Schwarz, Founder and Artistic Director of Brio Academy and her team devised a wonderful way to continue teaching the arts to our youth even during Covid-19. With no tell tale sign of when extra curricular activities will return to schools from sports, music and theater, Brio wanted to ensure that every child enrolled still had that opportunity to continue sparking their potential For more information visit learnwithbrio.com
The Mobile Food Market is doing some great things in Chatham-Kent getting food to those in need. Heather Tulloch, Community Food Connecter has seen a lot of families/individuals helped out with the new program and is quite pleased as it continues through the are
After a few months of wondering what "The Gift" is the team that brought you the Miracle May 16th project unveils the new goal to Chatham-Kent for the Christmas season and what a beautiful thing it is. We had a great chat with some of the team members including Brent Wilken, Tim Haskell, Anthony Ceccaci, Dakota Hodgson & Cassidy Fenton Want to learn more?? Wait till the ending and then you can visit thegiftck.com
Do you like craft beer? Do you like hearing about what is going on in the community? Longtime friend Chris Mcleod & Tim Reagan chat beer and more with special guests. Visit facebook.com/3beerpod/ to see their weekly streams.
Despite Covid-19 The Chatham-Kent Scooter Festival had a great turnout. Presented by the Chatham Kinsmen Club, this marks the second year that the event will be held. According to co-chair Jessica Spafford, 2019’s event was a huge success with 41 kids registered from across Chatham-Kent and several nearby cities including Windsor and London.
Patrick Mahon's newest exhibition extends from his longstanding practice with print media, sculpture, and art projects that engage themes of environment, and decolonization. With Messagers' Forum, Mahon addresses a world filled with beauty, contradiction, and injustice to ask two essential questions, "Can we be "Messagers" that connect, build, hope, and dream - together? And if so, "How do we reach across?" Accompanying the exhibition, in the Mezannine Gallery, is a graphic poster installation entitled, "The Questions Project". It was produced in collaboration with students from Ursuline College Chatham. The project has a timely resonance that ponders how we build community, now and in the future – whether during normal conditions or otherwise. Ultimately it asks, "Will we be 'messagers' that connect, build, hope and dream, together?"