“music in the park 2018”, Musical Revue, Globe Productions, The Old Armoury, July 6/7 @ 8 pm, July 8 @ 2 pm

“music in the park 2018”

“Music in the Park 2018” is our second annual benefit in support of the Old Armoury.  It is a Musical Revue celebrating our shared love for Musicals; the songs that capture our hearts and minds; and the friendships that we make as part of a community theatre family.

Director:  William Reill
Musical Director:  David Bernacki

Performance Dates:
Friday, July 6 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, July 7 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, July 8 @ 2:00pm

The Old Armoury
1A Park Avenue
Georgetown, Ontario

Highly Recommended – Bill Craig, Irish/Traditional, Shepherd’s Crook, Friday, July 6 @ 8 pm

You won’t want to miss the music and wit of  Bill Craig.

Bill was born and raised in Ireland, and lived in London in 1973. He moved to Toronto in 1974. He first performed as a vocalist for various Rock ‘n Roll bands in Ireland in 1967.

In 1969, Bill began playing guitar on stage and has stayed with it as his main instrument ever since. Throughout this period, he maintained an interest in the music of his native Ireland, and would occasionally confuse, and usually please, rock audiences with a solo voice guitar rendition. Bill fills The Crook with a wide variety of sounds and a larger than life personality that works well in the room.

Cead Mile Failte…A Hundred Thousand Welcomes.

Young Men at Play – Domenic Bonaldo & Matt Powell, Duelling Pianos, Uncorked, Thursday, July 5 at 7 pm

Matt Powell and Domenic Bonaldo, “Young Men At Play”, bring a tasty cross-section of signature jazzy tunes, spiced with a smorgasbord of vocals and keyboard effects.

Matt Powell has a non-musical day job but lives it up after hours playing and singing for local charities such as the Optimist Club and the Saturday Centre,matt powell at retirement homes during the holidays and wherever he can get his hands on a piano. Come check this guy out – wethinks you’ll like him.

domDomenic Bonaldo has a background in professional music that originates in his teen years. A beloved community supporter and entertainer with the ability to produce a big, clean sound.

Canada Day 2018 in Glen Williams, with Almost Cool (Rock), Sunday, July 1, All Day, FREE


THE DUCK RACE IS ON THIS YEAR!! – We posted LAST year’s description of events in error previously, the race is in fact NOT cancelled – YAY!  Our apologies for the error.


8 – 10.30 am: Glen Williams Community Association Breakfast in the Park – served at the Food Booth

9 am – 5 pm: Shuttle buses between Real Canadian Superstore and Glen Williams

9 – 2 pm: Bubble Tent – Back Ball Diamond

9.30 – 11 am: History of Glen Williams Treasure Hunt – Front Ball Diamond

9.30 – 10.30 am: Baseball Game, Townies vs. The Hamlet Home Team – Front Ball Diamond. All are Welcome To Participate – No Experience Needed!

9.30 – 10.10am: Yoga in the Park – Back Ball Diamond

10 – 4 pm: Live Music All Day! – At The Gazebo

10 am: Historical Walking Tour – meet at Williams Mill Upper Parking Lot

10 – 3 pm: Children’s Activities and Face Painting – under the trees in the park

10 – 4 pm: Craft Vendors – in the Gazebo Field

10.10 – noon: Drumming Circle – Back Ball Diamond

11.00 – 11.45 am: The Tradition Band – upper level of Williams Mill

Noon: PARADE starts at noon in the Beaver and Erin Street neighbourhood of Glen Williams.

Followed by the Opening Ceremonies at the Gazebo: Indigenous blessing; O Canada; presentation of the Citizen of the Year award; and cutting of the Canada Day cake.

1 – 3 pm: Seniors Strawberries and Tea – Town Hall

1.30 – 2 pm: Cake Walk – Front Ball Diamond

1.30 pm: Morris Men – Gazebo

2 – 2.30 pm: Magic Show – Front Ball Field

2 – 2.30 pm: Rampulla Martial Arts demonstration – Back Ball Field

2.15 – 2.45 pm: Ambition Performing Arts Centre – Front Ball Diamond

2.30 – 3.30 pm: Glen Pet Show – Front Ball Diamond

3 – 3.30 pm: Georgetown Gymnastics Club – Back Ball Diamond

4 pm: Duck Race

 6.30 pm: BBQ & Concert with Caitlin Claessens – Saint Alban’s Church

Menu: BBQ Chicken, Corn on the Cob, Caesar Salad, Baked Potato, Bun, Watermelon, Ice Cream & Lemonade. For tickets call Fioretta at 905-567-7573, or the Church Office at 905-877-8323 Price: $15 Adults; $8 Children 6-10; 5 years & under free

7.30pm: Candlelit Church – Saint Alban’s Church. Between the bustle of the BBQ and the BOOM of the Fireworks, find a moment of peace and calm in Candlelit Church.

Dusk: Fireworks – Saint Alban’s Church parkette. A freewill donation bucket is on hand, to help defray the cost of the fireworks.

AND MUCH MORE! Discover more activities too numerous to list here.


Glen Williams Road Closures: All roads into the Glen will be closed at 11.30 am. NO TRAFFIC WILL BE ALLOWED INTO THE GLEN BETWEEN 11.30 AM AND 1.30 PM

Parking: There is very limited parking in the Glen; FREE parking is available at the Real Canadian Superstore. There are 3 FREE shuttle buses operating between the Superstore and the Glen between the hours of 9 am and 5pm. PLEASE use the Superstore parking and shuttle buses!



Ablett and Cooper, Contemporary Fingerstyle Guitar, Canada Day at Copper Kettle Pub, Sunday, July 1 from 12-3 pm

The love of acoustic fingerstyle guitar brought Don Ablett and Brent Cooper together some years ago. With common influences such as Bruce Cockburn, John Fahey, and Stefan Grossman, they have developed a style that has thrilled fans young and old around Southern Ontario. Both have a strong history of performance, Brent through his former years touring with the rock band, Mankind, and Don through many years of coffee houses and festivals.

Two of the most outstanding features noted by audiences are Brent and Don’s vocal harmonies and the complex and spectacular fingerstyle interplay between the two guitars. They provide audiences of all ages with memorable instrumentals and songs with thought provoking lyrics. Some recent quotes clearly attest to their success:

“Your superb fingerstyle guitar and vocal harmonies are indeed a listening delight. The audience clearly enjoyed every piece you played and sang”.
Becky Ryder, Museums of Mississauga

“Don and Brent have a wonderful sound and the songs stay with you. I find myself singing them around the house and in the car. 

Red Rover is destined to become a Canadian classic. The instrumental pieces are moving and evocative”.
Jeannine Farrar

Don and Brent are not satisfied to keep their music local. They love playing for audiences large and small. With encouragement from virtually every quarter, their plans include more radio play, magazine coverage and travel around the province.

Recommended – Campfire Poets (2), Acoustic Rock Mix, Uncorked on Main, Friday, June 29 at 9 pm


The duo version of Orangeville’s Campfire Poets band!

Founding Campfire Poets members, Geoff Canlett and Ryan Hancock (also known as “RnG”) have played together for over a decade. The duo has developed a chemistry that is seldom matched. RnG can fill a room with as much sound as most bands, and incorporate the audience like no other.

Covering 6 decades of great music spanning many genres, with strong vocals, great energy and lots of audience interaction. You do not want to miss it.

Stuff about Geoff Canlett.geoff campfire

Loves reggae
Loves the Rock
Plays drums for a bunch of bands
Riddim Forward & Joe Mama

ryan campfire

Stuff about Ryan Hancock.

Multi-instrumentalist/ vocalist/ and composer. With a songlist of over 200 songs, CampfirePoets (2) can please any audience!