butternutspageOwen Sound poet Rob Rolfe has teamed up with Toronto artist Jerry Silverberg to tell a story set in Owen Sound in the early 1900s. The story involves Branningham Grove, which was operating then as a “men’s sporting house” frequented mainly by Great Lakes sailors. This Victorian house, known later to locals as Louie’s Steak House, is gone now, along with its signature grove of butternut trees.

katigleiserAugust 16th, a lunch date with Kati Gleiser. Let Kati's provocative piano carry you away.

Seeking to live in the silence under music, Kati Gleiser is a renaissance artist who's soulful creativity permeates all she does. An internationally recognized concert pianist, Kati has performed throughout North America coast-to-coast and as far as Shanghai, China, in venues ranging from ...

adrianjulianWho doesn't enjoy a Classical Hodgepodge?

At Wednesday's Noon Hour concert we'll enjoy an eclectic selection of piano pieces across four centuries ...


roxytwilightAfter successfully concluding their 22-23 season, Owen Sound Little Theatre (OSLT) and The Roxy Theatre are thrilled to announce their highly anticipated 63rd season -  exceptional entertainment, educational opportunities, and unforgettable experiences to the Owen Sound and Grey/Bruce community, while showcasing the incredible local talent.

cenotaphelaine- by Elaine Davidson

Thrilled to be chosen 2nd Watercolour (Honourable mention) in the Owen Sound Plein Air Competition!

A little back story on this from says:  This lovely running water fountain sculpture was designed by Emanuel Hahn in ...


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