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Northumberland United Way executive director Bobbie Dawson says helping stuff 1300 back pack made her reflect back on her childhood and not always having school supplies to start off the new school year.
Carmel is the third in the Barnardo children series of plays (Doctor Barnadro’s Children, 2005 & 2014; Wounded Soldiers, 2014) and will feature characters you already met and fell in love with. This play is filled with music, dancing and farm families trying to get on with the job of living their lives. Set on the Carmel Line in Cavan Township in 1937, the play follows the struggles of a family to hold on to the farm during the Great Depression. This bittersweet work also explores Peterborough labour history and features original music inspired by country and folk music traditions of the 1930s. Carmel is dedicated to Harold and Lillian Lunn.
4th Line Theatre presents Bloom: A Rock 'n' Roll Fable. July 2-27. Tickets can be purchased by phone at 705-932-4445, online at 4thlinetheatre.on.ca, at 4th Line Theatre's box office located at 4 Tupper Street, Millbrook.
Lynda Kay sits down with the Managing Director of the Cameco Capitol Arts Centre Mike Forrester
The Cobourg Cougars off season is upon us and GM Adam Yahn stopped by the studio to discuss off season plans for the team, their upcoming Golf tournament and putting to rest rumours that the team is for sale.
Access to youth counselling in our community improved on March 19th with the expansion of an existing adult walk-in service to also serve individuals betwen the ages of 7-16.
The Cobourg Kodiaks kick off their 4th Major Series Lacrosse Schedule on Sunday June 2nd. Co-owners John Webb and Eric Graham stopped by the studio to talk about the upcoming season.
Cobourg Mayor John Henderson updates Municipal Matters host York Bell-Smith and residents of Cobourg on the rising water levels of Lake Ontario
The eighth annual Gaskell Cup