It must be humble, sincere, crunchy and organic if it’s a song by Toronto Based Folk/Rock artist Jimmy Pearson. As a singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, Jimmy strives to connect to thoughtful audiences with songs that embrace the pathetic and awkward facets of life.
Jimmy Pearson is a bona fide artist who crosses over several genres to reach the end goal – a connection with listeners – through expressive vocals, literary and thoughtful lyrics and a sound that is up-front and personal – in other words, Jimmy is real – Indie Spoonful
Watching Jimmy play is kind of like watching open heart surgery; it’s personal, complex, he keeps the rhythm going no matter what, and you can’t look away. With his voice, carefully crafted songs, guitar, and two kick pedals under his feet he left the audience with the feeling that there’s more going on than meets the eye. – Summerfolk Music and Crafts Festival
Jimmy has a talent for songwriting, as well as performing those songs. It’s this type of album that always gets me, as it shows the talent behind the artist when they can write songs that appeal to many genres, and this is the case for “Good Friends”. – Canadian Beats
With his singing, playing and storytelling, a melodic tenor voice and gentle wit, Kitchener’s Michael Kelly Cavancontinues to provide heartwarming and foot-tapping entertainment wherever he finds a stage.
The Georgetown Lions Club Parade started in 1932 and has been a continuous event since that time. The parade is now an evening event starting at 5:00pm and ending approximately 7:00pm. The over 80 entrants feature floats with many lights, making it truly a memorable evening. Of course the main feature is the arrival of Santa Claus who rides in the Lions Club Sleigh. While the Town of Halton Hills provides assistance with the event, the Lions are fully responsible for the oganization and costs of operating the parade.
The parade starts at Sinclair Ave. and Guelph St. in Georgetown and goes west along Guelph turning left on Mill St. to Charles St., finishing at the Georgetown Fairgrounds Park. The parade assembles on Sinclair Ave, and Todd Rd. Registrants are encouraged to arrive via Todd Rd. at Mountainview Rd. N.
PLEASE NOTE PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AS ALL THE SPOTS ARE PRE ASSIGNED. Once your float has been registered you will be emailed further information and assigned a number. The numbers are displayed on stakes along the side of the road. It is importanct that you park in your assigned space.
Like all community events the Lions Club relies on civic minded businesses for their support, In 2017 we introduced a new category of sponsorship called Community Champions and with their support the Club was able to operate the event. As part of their sponsorship the company names were placed on the Lions Events Trailer.
Each year we ask the community for help in running this event. We need over 100 volunteers to undertake a variety of tasks, we can gurantee the best view of the parade. If you are interested please send an email to Lion Louie at firstname.lastname@example.org
A beautiful old church, lit only by candles. An atmosphere of reverence and peace and wonder. Scripture, chanted psalms, slow prayer, beautiful music from a solo musician. Nothing for you to say or do or read – only to enter and receive and experience. To simply BE in the presence of God.
Caitlin Claessens is an experienced musician and vocalist, performing with her guitar in venues throughout the western hemisphere. With many years of live performance under her belt–whether with bands or solo–Caitlin can command an audience just about anywhere. She has played on Norwegian Cruise Lines and from fancy parties to dive bars, but her favourite venue is on the New York City subway platform.
Her vocals have been featured in various mediums, including Super Bowl commercials. She can be seen performing on the popular YouTube channel Super Simple Songs to over 6 million subscribers. Armed with a diverse repertoire of original songs and covers, Caitlin’s engaging sets are not to be missed!
Caitlin recorded the song Tongue Tied with songwriter and composer Daniel Rosen of The Foundry Labs. In 2015 it was pick up by the award winning sound design company, JSM Music, and featured in one of T-Mobile’s 2015 SuperBowl ads featuring Sarah Silverman and Chelsea Handler.
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.
Music by: Alan Menken
Lyrics by: Howard Ashman & Tim Rice
Book by: Linda Woolverton
Director: David Ambrose
Music Director: F. Darryl Burton
Choreographer: Cheri Lindsay-Jarvis
Show Producers: Laura Hachey, Jenny Morrison
Stage Manager: Melissa Fischer
November 23, 24, 29, 30 and December 1 at 8pm
November 24, 25, December 1 and 2 at 2pm
John Elliott Theatre | 9 Church Street | Georgetown
The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will be lifted. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.
Belle – Laura Schachtler
Maurice – William Reill
Gaston – Angus Wilson
Lefou – Mitchell Munro
Beast – Matt Morrison
Lumiere – Steve Kirk
Cogsworth – Patric Senson
Mrs. Potts – Sharon Nimmo
Chip – Zachary Gomes
Mme. De La Grande Bouche – Laura Redekop
Babette – Stefanie Lennartz
M. D’Arque – Andrew Skuz
Ensemble Amy Bolton