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Eaglesmith in concert July 14 at Onondaga

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Juno Award winner Fred Eaglesmith will perform at Onondaga's Community Hall on July 14.

His new album, Standard, released last year, hit the Canadian Campus Radio Chart Top 10 Folk Albums. It's his 10th straight record in the Top 10.

The Canadian alternative country singer-songwriter, known for writing songs about vehicles, rural life, down-and-out characters, lost love and quirky rural folk, has been 42 years on the road, had 22 studio albums and five different band configurations.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7. Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door. Tickets available at fredeaglesmith.com


Canadian rock powerhouse Jessica Speziale is headed to Brantford as she joins forces with award-winning Canadian alt/pop/rock band Across The Board for their Sonic Awakening Tour.

The tour will combine Speziale's new music from her latest EP, Awakening, with Across the Board's new release, Sonic Boom.

A Toronto-born singer/songwriter, Speziale is a rock powerhouse with the spirit of Tina Turner, Amanda Marshall and Melissa Etheridge.

She will perform at Manny's Place on Friday, Aug. 17.


Although the oldest known version of the classic Cinderella story was a Greek story written in the 7th century, Brant Theatre Workshops' modern interpretation owes much to the French author Charles Perrault.

In 1967, he introduced the fairy godmother, the pumpkin and the glass slippers to the tale.

When the play opens on Canada Day at the Bell Homestead National Historic Site, it promises to entertain all.

BTW have taken the French flavour of the piece and added its own fantastical twists. Join the fun as the prince searches for his true love and Cinder-Ella tricks her stepmother and sisters (with a little bit of magic) and proves she is worthy of ruling the kingdom.

This tale of rags to riches will be presented Friday and Saturday, and July 13 and 14 at 7 p.m. and Sunday and July 15 at 4 p.m.

All shows are held at the Bell Homestead, 94 Tutela Heights Rd., as part of the 11th annual Bell Summer Theatre Festival.

It's pay-what-you-can admission for the outdoor shows performed on the front porch of the homestead. Bring a blanket or lawnchair.


Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant current exhibit, Unseen Treasures: Selections from Glenhyrst's Permanent Collection, is on until July 22.

This exhibition features artwork that have not been on display in the gallery for several years or decades, in addition to those which have never been displayed at all. These works, selected by Glenhyrst's curator Matthew Ryan Smith and David M. Leng, chair of collections, emphasize the special contributions made by local, regional, and national artists, as well as artists from the United States, Europe, and elsewhere. Today, Glenhyrst's permanent collection includes over 600 artworks. This exhibition provides an opportunity to showcase some of the collection's rarest and most outstanding artworks. Glenhyrst also announced that its permanent collection will be involved in all gallery exhibitions and events, including exhibitions by seminal Brantford artist Kapwani Kiwanga and Mohawk collective Talking Earth Pottery.

Glenhyrst is at 20 Ava Rd. Brantford,

Admission to the gallery is free.

The Norfolk Arts Centre is hosting Still, an exhibition of 27 works by Port Dover artist Cristina Zanella until July 28.

A public reception will be held on Friday at 7 p.m. at the centre, 21 Lynnwood Ave., in Simcoe.

The still inanimate objects have a story, a relationship with each other. These objects are observed and recorded, attempting to capture their charm and panache. The "out-of-doors" paintings are mere spaces that are surrounding us - living or still.

Zanella has chosen works from the permanent collection at the arts centre to be showcased in the exhibition.

The former art curator at Lighthouse Festival Theatre, Zanella's paintings have been exhibited at galleries throughout Ontario.

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