Recommended – Joe Mancuso (Blues), Georgetown Rock’N’Roll’N Classics Event, The Bistro at Silvercreek, Friday, August 15 at 8 pm

A Special Night in Downtown Georgetown


Main Street is shut down. Classic Cars are rolled out. Rock-n- Roll rules.

And Joe Mancuso will sprinkle it with the Blues, because after all, that’s where Rock-n-Roll comes from:)

A new performer from and for Georgetown, welcome Joe, his fine guitar work and soulful vocals to The Bistro at Silvercreek. And take in the Bistro’s special menu for the night!

Matthew Pope and Viera Zmiyiwsky, Piano and Vocal, Concert Salon of 157 Main Street, Tuesday, August 12 at 8 pm

In its sixth summer,  three musical soirees are being offered at the concert salon of 157 Main Street in Old Downtown Georgetown. Each evening is complete with wonderful music followed by light summer receptions, a great way to spend  your warm summer Tuesday evenings.
The programme for the concerts this summer varies dramatically, including piano solos and duo works for voice/violin  and piano.
The closing concert of the summer series on August 12th will feature a local talent who has gone on to do great things.   Matthew-PopeMatthew Pope, currently completing his Masters in Music Performance at the University of Western Ontario, will be performing  works of Mozart and  Faure. Ukrainian Mezzo Soprano Viera Zmiyiwsky will also be featured in 8 Songs of Rachmaninoff –  a performance not to be missed!
Tickets are $30 and are on sale at Foodstuffs in Old Downtown Georgetown 89 Main Street South. All concerts will begin at 8 pm.

The Kings (Switching to Glide), Leathertown Festival – Six Blocks of Entertainment in Acton, Sunday, August 10 from 11 am to 5 pm

Leathertown Festival is Six Blocks of Entertainment

Acton Leathertown Festival on Sunday, Aug. 10 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Acton will take up six blocks along Mill Street.ltown This free festival, with the theme this year of ‘Explore the Magic’ is expected to be attended by more than 10,000 people.
With a tradition of fun family entertainment for all ages, this year’s festival will not be without what has been a mainstay from the earliest days of the Leathertown Festival: vendors selling their diverse wares.
New this year is the John St. Farmers’ Market.
Acton’s own Ryan Parker is emcee for the Opening Ceremonies on the Main Stage at noon with Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette and the Acton Citizens’ Band. From 12:45-2 p.m., The Kings perform, followed by The Jeffery Brothers, 2-3 p.m. Half Hour City takes the stage, 3-4 p.m. with Low Down Dirty Band capping the entertainment from 4-5 p.m.