Tom Leighton on accordion, bouzouki, bodhran, whistles, jaw harps
Conrad Kipping on guitar, mandolins, violin
Food for Life is a Halton based independent food recovery organization and through various volunteer agencies it delivers recovered food to low-income neighbourhoods, providing nutritious perishable food to families on a weekly basis. The volunteers at St. Alban’s Anglican Church and St. John’s United Church are pleased to offer this food program for people in need in the Georgetown and Glen Williams area. Learn more at www.foodforlife.ca
Food from the Heart is an outreach program in collaboration with Community Unity and St Alban’s Anglican Church. Within the Georgetown community an unfulfilled need was determined for a hot, protein rich, and nutritious meal for many who don’t have access to kitchens. Once a month a group of volunteers prepare a hot meal at a certified community kitchen, which is then served at the Georgetown Bread Basket to its clients. Although they have received the generous support of Pete’s Meats in Glen Williams, the program is in need of funding to purchase supplies of food and containers as this program grows.
Come and Hear
Jennifer Noble – Norval’s singer/songwriter extraordinaire
David Lum – Incredible guitar & vocals in a modern Cdn. folk style
Paul Landry – Folk & Rock acoustic music with a bluesy overtone
Phil Lewin and Janice Gittings – The Glen’s own
Expect soaring harmonies backed by a classic mix of acoustic instruments. Accordion, mandolin, banjo, guitar and percussion complement their full vocal sound. Always an interesting band as the five members take turns on lead vocals.
Joe Mancuso brings The Blues to The Copper Kettle this Sunday.
Look for a high energy performance, with lots of slide. Also, some familiar rock and blues classics that make you think … “Man, it’s nice to have some local Blues”.
Right here in Georgetown’s largest suburb, Glen Williams. Enjoy the short commute 😉
The performance features world-class tribute artists Jim Yorfido and his real-life wife Pam in the title roles, backed by The Memphis Cats band. Musically, “From Memphis to Folsom” covers the entire career of “The Man in Black” including Johnny’s biggest hits such as “Ring of Fire”, “Boy Named Sue” “I Walk the Line” “Folsom Prison Blues” “Hurt” and the famous duet with June Carter “Jackson”.
October 26, 2014 at 3:00pm
Elliott’s concert performance is a selection of his current monologues and songs dealing with life experience. Creating new stage material about having to redefine priorities in view of life events is a welcome challenge to this writer and stage performer, who enjoys shaking the perceived wisdom of the world around him.
His one-man show concert presentation is delightfully foolish, witty and thought-provoking. Combining dry humour with musical parodies and skits, Elliott is a shrewd observer of the human animal. Often self-deprecating, always silly and never profane, Elliott’s funny is family friendly. For the past 26 years, Elliott has been touring and performing in concert in theatres and arts centres across Canada, the U.S. and Australia. He is regularly featured on TV on such programs as The Just For Laughs Festival and Comedy Variety Specials in Canada and the US.
For 11 seasons, Madly Off In All Directions, was Elliott’s own CBC Radio Comedy Series which went on till Fall 2006.
In September, Elliott was featured as a guest on CBC Radio’s popular program, Stuart Maclean’s Vinyl Café, and he is often heard as a columnist on CBC Radio’s The Next Chapter.