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TOM-regTo enhance the role of Tom Thomson Art Gallery as a major cultural attraction for the City, the Gallery Board is proposing to move the Gallery from a department of the City to its own corporate status.

Board Chair, Linda Myles-Gallinger, and Board Member, Jeff Sziklai, will facilitate the meeting. Members of City Council as well as Gallery staff will be in attendance. By attending, residents and key stakeholders will have the opportunity to discuss ideas, ask questions, and help create the best plan possible.

Kati Gleiser-regBy Frank Dabbs

When Kati Gleiser performs this weekend at the Sweetwater Music Festival followers of Owen Sound's favorite musical hometown daughter will hear a new level of maturity.
Dr. Murray Cathcart and his wife Ruth have mentored the concert pianist.
"A musician requires four things," said Dr. Cathcart.
"Talent, capacity for musicianship and interpretation, the ability to labor for six or seven hours often more in the practice room, and owning the stage.
"Kati has all those attributes.

TOM-show-regThe TOM invites you to join us at the opening of our new shows on Sunday September 21 from 2-4pm.

Admission is by donation; all are welcome. These exhibitions run until January 11, 2015.

Two of these shows reflect the theme of Canadian Spirit 2014: If It Weren't for the War. From May through October 2014, the TOM and partner organizations, individuals and businesses have been collaborating to mark the significant anniversaries of the First and Second World Wars and in particular, the effect war had on the home front. Canadian Spirit is a collaborative, annual program initiated by the TOM in 2012.

Doherty-featBy Jake Doherty

If you think that's strange, given how much I talk, you're right. I've been thinking about my voice in the past few days as I prepare for the launch of my new novel, Bearwalker Alibi, Thursday evening at the Ginger Press in Owen Sound.

But if you have stuttered as long and often as I did when I was much younger, then your voice can never be taken for granted. Not knowing what would come out of your mouth was both embarrassing and draining. My working and easily accessible vocabulary had became narrower and narrower.

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