Larry Melton, Acoustic Rock, Shepherd’s Crook, Friday, Oct 5 at 8 pm

Larry Melton has been lead vocalist for a number of bands ever since his first high school group, “Blue Steel”, and is now performing covers with a band of great musicians under his own name LARRY MELTON BAND.

Larry is also playing acoustic shows, both solo and with an assortment of musical partners.

Australian Rock Stars INXS requested a demo from Larry Melton in 2005 in their search for a new singer with the show ROCKSTAR INXS, which landed him an audition with INXS guitarists Tim Ferris & Kirk Pengilly !

Recommended – Hayley Verrall, Country/Popular, Uncorked on Main, Thursday, Oct 4 at 7 pm

Hailing from Burlington, Ontario (Canada) Hayley Verrall is a driven, passionate and eclectic artist on a quest to make a difference through her music.

In spite of her young age – or maybe because of it – Hayley understands the importance of music as more than simple entertainment: as a medium to inspire, share and tell stories that can relate to the audience in a unique way.

With influences as diverse as Country, Rock and Pop, Hayley is a versatile performer who blends her instinctive attitude for fresh melodies with a consistent background as a skilled classical pianist and singer.

Hayley won the Tottenham Bluegrass Festival Talent Competition (June 2013) and has also competed as a finalist within the Off the Streets Charity Talent Competition,  as a semi-finalist in Brantford’s Got Talent, in the semi-final round of the Magna Hoedown Showdown Talent Competition, and as a semi-finalist in Western Fair’s Rise to Fame.  In 2014 she won the Rise 2 Fame Peoples’ Choice Award.

Hayley has performed at various venues and events between London, ON and Sudbury, ON.  In 2014 she had the distinct honour of singing O Canada at the inauguration of Burlington City Council and on July 1, 2015 she again had the honour of singing O Canada at the city’s Canada Day celebrations, both a cappella and with Symphony on the Bay.

Hayley frequently performs for the not-for-profit organization Friends for Harmony and has also performed for Give Proof to Our Youth.

View the videos, look at the pictures and listen to the music.

Recommended – CULTURE DAYS – National Arts & Culture Showcase – Various Events & Musicians, Fri/Sat/Sun, Sept 28/29/30

Music – Collection Creation

Join Halton Hills Concert Band, Georgetown Choral Society and Gaudeamus Children’s Choir for a magical, musical evening! No experience necessary. All ages welcome. Friday, September 28, 7pm to 9:30pm.


Play with Us! – Try out the instrument petting zoo held by the Georgetown Concert Band and have a chance to play with the Band during the finale!

Conduct Us! – Learn basic conducting skills and have a chance to conduct the Georgetown Concert Band.

Sing with Us! – Receive your lyric sheet and let the Georgetown Choral Society teach you the arrangement.

Grand Finale – The audience joins the Choral Society, Gaudeamus Choir, and the Concert Band in performing a joint arrangement!

Halton Hills Library and Cultural Centre Georgetown, Ontario


Learn to Play the Bagpipes or Drums with Georgetown Pipeband

Music, Multicultural – Talks and Discussion, Hands-On Activity
Try out “Bagpipe Practice Chanters” and Drums

Join Georgetown Pipe Band members and instructors on Saturday September 30, 2018 from 09:00-12:00

Here is your chance to try out piping and drumming, learn how the instruments work, and find out if you would like to join the band for lessons. All ages are welcome.

Unfortunately if it is raining the “Hands on” sessions will not occur, but the pipe band will still be performing from 10:20 until approximately 11:00.
Georgetown Farmer’s Market – Georgetown, Ontario


Georgetown Pipe Band at the Farmer’s Market

DSC_3244Music – Talks and Discussion

Please follow us as we march and play along Main Street to Church Street, then listen to the performance outside of the Cultural Centre and Library.

Saturday September 29, 2018 10:20-12:00

Georgetown Pipe Band will perform at:

Georgetown Farmer’s Market, Main Street South, Georgetown, Ontario

More info

Hillsview Active Living Centre Band

Heritage – Music

We will be performing songs about Georgetown’s history, written by Neil Cotton, with co-writes by others, principally Sean Cotton. Audiences will be encouraged to sing along with the chorus of each song.

Friday, September 28, 11am -12 pm

Hillsview Active Living Centre Georgetown – Georgetown, Ontario