Culture Days September 28-30

 

 

 

 Download the Culture Days Event Schedule Here

 

Thursday, September 27

 

Susann Ferris-Jones Art Exhibit Open House 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exeter Library, 330 Main Street South

6:00 – 8:00 PM

Cost: Free

Open house for art exhibit by local artist Susann Ferris- Jones. Light refreshments.

 

Friday, September 28


 

Celebrate Poetry!

Seaforth Library, 108 Main Street S.

Branch Hours: Friday – 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Saturday – 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Sunday – 1:00 – 5:00 PM

Cost: Free

Seaforth Library is celebrating poetry all weekend long. They will be doing black out poetry and you can add to a collective poetry wall. On Saturday, come and meet local writer Andy McGuire. Andy will be your guide and he’ll also do some readings and answer questions. His first poetry collection, Country Club, was published in 2015 by Coach House Books. Most recently he collaborated with visual artist Kim Dorland on the artist’s book Same Old Future. Andy lives in Huron County.

 


Celtic Blue Highlanders Ceilidh

Kingsbridge Centre

84675 Bluewater Hwy. RR#3 Goderich

Doors Open: 7:00 PM

Admission by Donation: Funds raised support Huron Residential Hospice

Goderich’s Celtic Blue Highlanders are joined by Anne Hamilton, Mike Crocker & Jannette Sears, Earl Salter and more for this fun for all ages community event.

 


Culture Days French Storytime

Goderich Library, 52 Montreal Street

10:30 – 11:30 AM

Cost: Free

French stories and songs. Ages 3 -12, adult accompaniment required.

 


Howick-Turnberry Fall Fair

Howick Community Centre,

45088 Harriston Rd, Gorrie

Cost: $5 on Friday & Saturday 

Join us at the 159th Howick-Turnberry Fall Fair. Where “We’ve Got a Good Thing Growing!”. Fun for the whole family. New events: Ax throwing, Escape Room, Children’s Tent. The weekend of the fair is a very exciting one, with many events and activities such as Howick Idol, bouncy castles, alpaca walking, tractor rides and many others.

 


Maitland Valley Camera Club Exhibit

Brussels Library, 402 Turnberry Street
Friday & Saturday 10:00 Am to 2:00 PM
Cost: Free
Come in and enjoy an exhibit of great photographs by members of the Maitland Valley Camera Club. Photo by Clara Blake.

355 Main St. S, Exeter – above Kalidoscope of Quilts

7:30 PM

Cost: Free

Get in the game at Nerd Nite featuring board games, card games, and tabletop games. Anyone and everyone is invited to pull up a chair and choose from our large in-house game collection or bring your favourites from home to share!

 


Open Studio

Goderich Library, 52 Montreal Street

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Cost: Free

Bring your own materials and what you are working  on. Sharing ideas, demos, peer  feedback and support for every stage of your art. All artists  and art enthusiasts welcome!

 


Maitland Valley Camera Club Photography Exhibit

Brussels Library, 402 Turnberry Street

Branch Hours: Friday & Saturday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Cost: Free

Come into the Brussels Library and enjoy the exhibit of great photos by the Maitland Valley Camera Club

 

Saturday, September 29


A Huron County Experience at The Livery

The Livery Theatre, 35 South Street, Goderich

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Cost: Free

Come enjoy this presentation at The Livery Theatre on their forthcoming production of Ten Lost Years.  Event includes a scene involving the Huron County experience of the Great Depression. Projection photographs, music, the scene, and a question and answer session with actors and the director, will be something you don’t want to miss.

Ten Lost Years, written by Jack Winter & Cedric Smith and directed by Duncan McGregor, brings to the Livery stage the struggles that our parents, grandparents and great grandparents had to endure through the challenging years of the Great Canadian Depression (1929-1939). The scenes in this play will at times make you want to cry, others will make you laugh out loud, and some will astonish you with the creative resilience and ingenuity of people existing in a human tragedy not of their own making. This is an uplifting adventure about suffering, bravery and moral triumph during the hardest of times. Ten Lost Years will be performed at The Livery Theatre on:  November 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 & 10 2018.

 


Bayfield Fall Photo Fest

Various Locations in Bayfield

Registration Required: Deadline for registration is Sept. 24. Follow link for registration details

Fees for workshops and events

Photo Tour Trekkers and the Photography Club of Bayfield would like to invite you to join us for the 6th Annual Bayfield Fall Foto Fest September 29th and 30th, 2018. This year’s theme is “Beyond Your Camera Settings”.

 


Bayfield Historic Walking Tour


Tour Begins at the Heritage Centre, 20 Main Street North, Bayfield

11:00 AM

Cost: Free but donations welcome 

Take a stroll along historic Main Street with Joy Yates, Archivist. Learn about the origins of Bayfield and early settlement. Test your knowledge with a local history quiz.  Rain or shine so if you need bring an umbrella.

 


Beyond The Photograph

Elizabeth’s Art Gallery, 54 Courthouse Square, Goderich

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Cost: Free

Now that you have taken a great photo get a behind the scenes look at a variety of printing options available to make the most of enjoying your photo as a fine art piece. Learn about different printing techniques and the importance of archival inks when making a print to last generations.

 


Grand Opening of the Huron County Art Show and Sale

Huron County Museum, 110 North Street, Goderich

2:00 – 4:00 PM

Cost: Free – Donations welcome

Opening of the annual Huron County Art Show & Sale featuring artwork in a variety of media by local artists. Each year a guest judge selects 2 pieces to be purchased as part of the Huron County Art Bank. This year’s Award Winners will be announced at the Opening. Light refreshments served. Maggie Brennan will be leading a drumming circle at the museum at 3:00 PM. Everyone is welcome to participate, bring your own drum or use one of the ones provided.

 


 Harvest Fest

Library Park, 27 Albert Street, Clinton

10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Cost: Free 

Lots to see and do. Face painting and balloon animals by Cookie the Clown, Caricature Artist, Clinton Library book sale, Thomas the Train play centre,  Penny Sale, Lions Club of Clinton food truck, and more!

 


Howick-Turnberry Fall Fair

Howick Community Centre,

45088 Harriston Rd, Gorrie

Cost: $5 on Friday & Saturday 

Join us at the 159th Howick-Turnberry Fall Fair. Where “We’ve Got a Good Thing Growing!”. Fun for the whole family. New events: Ax throwing, Escape Room, Children’s Tent. The weekend of the fair is a very exciting one, with many events and activities such as Howick Idol, bouncy castles, alpaca walking, tractor rides and many others.

 


Kamden Gillespie at Alice Munro Public Library

Alice Munro Public Library, 281 Edward Street, Wingham

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Cost: Free

Relax in the library and listen to live music by Wingham musician/songwriter Kamden Gillespie.

 

 


355 Main St. S, Exeter – above Kalidoscope of Quilts

Doors Open: 7:30 PM, Show at 8:00 PM

Cost: Free

Live at the CC Lounge is brings you the best young musical talent to our community! Join as at the Cultural Collective Studio and Lounge for a truly unique musical experience – right in your backyard!

 

 


Maitland Trail Association El Camino 2018

Check in  on Saturday: 37252 Londesboro Road (County Rd 31), which is the Benmiller Community Hall

Registration required before September 21 

Fees for meals and hike – follow link for details 

This year’s 2-day, 49km hike along the entire Maitland Trail will take place over the weekend of September 29-30, 2018.  Volunteers will be available each morning to shuttle you to your starting point, and then throughout the day at check points where you can have a few minutes to relax and refuel. The Locavore Supper on Saturday evening will be a casual meal (optional) with delicious, hearty choices. A priority for us is to provide good quality food made with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients wherever possible.

 


Seaforth Harmony Kings 30th Anniversary Show

Seaforth Public School,  58 Chalk Street North, Seaforth  

7:00 PM

Cost: Adults $20, Children Under 12 Free 

2018 fall show “I’m a Train” theme. With special guests Yonge Guns, a premier a cappella quartet (pictured) and thatotherchoir from Goderich.

 


The Mystery of Framing

Elizabeth’s Art Gallery, 54 Courthouse  Square, Goderich

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Cost: Free

Ok, not really a mystery but there is a lot that goes into selecting the right frame. The possibilities are absolutely limitless so you want to be sure to make the right choice. Get a behind the scenes workshop look at how frames are made, how mats and glass are cut and how it all goes together to create the perfect stage for your treasure.

 

 


 

Sunday, September 30


 

Bayfield Fall Photo Fest

Various Locations in Bayfield

Registration Required: Deadline for registration is Sept. 24. Follow link for registration details

Fees for workshops and events

Photo Tour Trekkers and the Photography Club of Bayfield would like to invite you to join us for the 6th Annual Bayfield Fall Foto Fest September 29th and 30th, 2018. This year’s theme is “Beyond Your Camera Settings”.

 

 


Bayfield Historic Walking Tour


Tour Begins at the Heritage Centre, 20 Main Street North, Bayfield

2:00 PM

Cost: Free but donations welcome 

Take a stroll along historic Main Street with Joy Yates, Archivist. Learn about the origins of Bayfield and early settlement. Test your knowledge with a local history quiz. Rain or shine so if you need bring an umbrella.

 

 


Bayfield Volkfest

Clan Gregor Square, Bayfield

10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Cost: Free

The 4th annual Bayfield Volkfest is both a gathering and showcase of vintage VW vans and beetles, and a folk festival, featuring a full day of live music on an outdoor stage, arts & crafts vendors, food trucks, local craft beer, and more. Family-friendly fun for all ages, rain or shine! Check us out on facebook & instagram @BayfieldVolkfest!”

 


Ciderfest

Van Egmond House Historic Site

80 Kippen Road, Egmondville

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Admission by Donation

A Day of Fun to support the Van Egmond Foundation. Apple cider, fritters, meat pies, and baking for sale. Craft and rug braiding demos and vendor booths. Performances by local musicians.

 


“Forgotten” Documentary Screening

Blyth Memorial Community Hall, 423 Queen Street

3:00 – 5:00 PM

Cost: $10

Forgotten (2015) is an award winning documentary that tells the story of over 100,000 British Home Children who came to Canada as indentured farm labour and domestics. This is the forgotten heritage of many Canadians, both of the children themselves and their descendants. Screening followed by refreshments and panel discussion with Huron County descendants of British Home Children.

 


Huron County’s Artistic Legacy

Alice Munro Public Library, 281 Edward Street, Wingham

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Cost: Free

Local historian David Yates will share a part of Huron County’s artistic legacy by profiling George Agnew Reid, a Wingham native and famous Canadian artist, who would help found the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO),  Charles “Trick” Currelly who established the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) and William N. Cresswell who emigrated to Canada in 1848 and settled near Egmondville and is known for his early  Canadian landscapes, including what is believed to be the first depiction of Bayfield.   Image: “Mortgaging the Homestead” 1890 by George A. Reid, National Gallery of Canada.

 


Maitland Trail Association El Camino 2018

Check in  on Sunday: 2 Cove Road, which is pavilion #2 on the beach in Goderich

Registration required before September 21 

Fees for meals and hike – follow link for details 

This year’s 2-day, 49km hike along the entire Maitland Trail will take place over the weekend of September 29-30, 2018.  Volunteers will be available each morning to shuttle you to your starting point, and then throughout the day at check points where you can have a few minutes to relax and refuel.

 

2018 Huron Multicultural Festival Line-Up

 

The full list of performers for this year’s Huron Multicultural Festival is now available. The 2018 Huron Multicultural Festival takes place  in Courthouse Square Park in Goderich on Saturday, June 23 from 12:00 – 8:00 pm. It is a free community event featuring  stage show, international food marketplace, children’s crafts and activities and licensed beer garden.

 

 

 

 

Nominations Open for 2018 Huron County Cultural Awards

Nominations Open for Annual Awards Celebrating the Best in Arts, Culture and Heritage in Huron County

Huron Arts & Heritage Network and The County of Huron welcome your nominations for this year’s Huron County Cultural Awards.  Nominees can be a for a person, organization or business in one of the following categories.

  • Cultural Event/Organization: Recognizes a cultural organization, event, festival or business (private or not-for-profit) that has made a contribution to the enhancement and vitality of the County’s cultural sector.
  •  Individual Artist: Recognizes an individual artist within any arts discipline who through their work has contributed to the reputation of Huron County as a producer of artistic excellence.
  •  Community Contribution: Recognizes a patron, supporter or volunteer who through their efforts and dedication has made a significant impact on the cultural community of Huron County
  • Heritage Individual/Organization: Recognizes an individual or organization that has made a contribution to either the promotion or preservation of Huron County’s unique heritage.
  • Innovation: Recognizes the contribution of an individual, organization or business that is using or introducing new ideas, technologies or services to promote and advance the arts, culture and heritage stories of Huron County.

Nominations are due by 5:00 PM on Sunday, April 8, 2018. Guidelines and nomination forms are available HERE.

List of previous award recipients can be found HERE

The Cultural Awards Gala is Friday, April 27 at the Blyth Memorial Community Hall, 431 Queen Street, Blyth. As well as recognizing the finalists and winners, this special evening also features entertainment by a variety of Huron County artists. There is also a silent auction of unique items at the Awards Gala supporting the activities of Huron Arts & Heritage Network. The event starts at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $18 each + handling fee and can be purchased through Eventbrite.ca. Click Here for Tickets.  Ticket price includes selection of appetizers. Cash bar available

 

Huron Historic Book Fair

Discover Huron’s Stories at Historic Book Fair

The Huron County Museum invites you to learn about Huron County’s heritage and from some of our most engaging local authors and storytellers at the first Historic Book Fair running March 24 & 25th.  The event combines a speaker series and book sale featuring authors who write about Huron’s rich heritage legacy.

Ten authors will each speak about their previous or forthcoming books over the two days including:

  • Dave Gillians, “For the Love of Bayfield”
  • Rhea Hamilton-Seeger, “East Ashfield History”
  • John Hazlitt, “Power of the Maitland”
  • Jodi Jerome, editor of “Bush Days” by Malcolm Lamont
  • Larry Mohring, “The Reuben R. Sallows Picture Postcard Handbook 1900 – 1925”
  • Vicky Morrison, “Barn Quilt Trail – 2017 International Plowing Match”
  • Bonnie Sitter, “The Beauty and Bounty of Huron County”
  • Gordon Strathdee, “Goderich: Winds of Change”
  • Brock Vodden, “Blyth Through the Lens”,
  • David Yates, weekly newspaper columnist.

Along with the author talks Huron County staff will speak about some of the services and tools available to local researchers including archives research assistance and the digitized newspaper online portal.

Attendees can browse and purchase copies of the books by the speakers and other Huron County authors at the Book Fair. The Book Peddler and Fincher’s Goderich will both have booths at the event as well. The Huron Historic Book runs on Saturday, March 24 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Sunday, March 25 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Admission is free both days.

Leading up to the book fair, the Museum is hosting a moderated panel discussion on Thursday, March 22nd at 7:00 PM. Panelist: Gil Garratt, Artistic Director of the Blyth Festival, Paul Ciufo, Playwright, Sinead Cox, Huron County Museum Curator of Engagement and Dialogue and Taylor Graham, Playwright, Director and Producer, will talk about the process of adapting local history for theatre and performance with moderator Christopher Spaelta. Admission for this event is free.

The Huron Historic Book Fair is a joint production between the Huron County Museum and Huron Arts & Heritage Network. Additional information about the event, including a speaker’s schedule ad list of authors, can be found on the Museum’s website – huroncountymuseum.ca/book-fair/ or Facebook page – facebook.com/huroncountymuseum/.

2018 HURON MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL – Saturday, June 23rd

The annual Huron Multicultural Festival returns on Saturday, June 23, 2018 from 12:00 – 8:00 pm  in Courthouse Square Park in Goderich.

Please check our event page in early May for details and updates.

Blyth Centre for the Arts and Huron Arts & Heritage Network Scholarship Fund


The Blyth Centre for the Arts and Huron Arts & Heritage Network Scholarship Fund aims to support graduating high school students from Huron County by assisting their post‐secondary school studies in the arts.

This fund provides up to $1,000 to a deserving young arts student, or can be divided into two $500 scholarships for two deserving arts students.

In order to qualify for this scholarship fund, applicants must:

  • Be graduating from a Huron County secondary school in June 2017
  • Be attending a post‐secondary institute enrolled in an arts program in September 2017
  • Provide samples of your artistic work, whether it be in visual arts, theatre, music, writing, etc.
  • Show support from a teacher who may be contacted for further information

The deadline for submissions is June 2, 2017. All submissions will be reviewed by a jury made up of members of the Blyth Centre for the Arts and board members of the Huron Arts & Heritage Network. The winner(s) of the scholarship will be recognized and awarded at the second preview of THE BERLIN BLUES at the Blyth Festival on July 6, 2017.

Click on link to download the application Scholarship Application

 

 

 

2017 Huron County Cultural Award Finalists Announced

Here’s the list of finalists for the 2017 Huron County Cultural Awards. The award recipients in each category will be announced at the Awards Gala on Friday, April 21.  Along with announcing this year’s recipients, the Awards Gala includes performances by local groups and tasty treats from Pink Flamingo Bakery, Bayfield Berry Farm, Metzger Meats, Out of The Blue and  Shopbike Coffee Roasters. The Huron County Awards Gala is Friday, April 21 at 7:30 PM at the Bayfield Town Hall, Clan Gregor Square. Tickets are $15 each + handling and can be ordered HERE.

2017 Huron County Cultural Awards Finalists:

Cultural Event/Organization: Recognizes a cultural organization, event, festival or business (private or not-for-profit) that has made a contribution to the enhancement and vitality of the County’s cultural sector.

  • The Cultural Collective
  • Hensall Heritage Hall Committee
  • Trivitt Memorial Anglican Church – Music Outreach Program

 Individual Artist: Recognizes an individual artist within any arts discipline who through their work has contributed to the reputation of Huron County as a producer of artistic excellence.

  • Dr. Richard Heinzle
  • Lisa Hood
  • Ruth Anne Merner

 Community Contribution: Recognizes a patron, supporter or volunteer who through their efforts and dedication has made a significant impact on the cultural community of Huron County

  • Deborah Bailey
  • Leslie Bella
  • Chris Lee

 Heritage Individual/Organization: Recognizes an individual or organization that has made a contribution to either the promotion or preservation of Huron County’s unique heritage.

  • Robert Heywood
  • Reuben R. Sallows Picture Postcard Handbook 1900-1925
  • Reg Thompson
  • Brock & Janis Vodden

 Innovation: Recognizes the contribution of an individual, organization or business that is using or introducing new ideas, technologies or services to promote and advance the arts, culture and heritage stories of Huron County.

  • Iceculture inc.
  • Jay McFarlan

Huron County Cultural Awards

Nominations Open for Annual Awards Celebrating the Best in Arts, Culture and Heritage in Huron County

Huron Arts & Heritage Network and The County of Huron welcome your nominations for this year’s Huron County Cultural Awards.  Nominees can be a for a person, organization or business in one of the following categories.

  • Cultural Event/Organization: Recognizes a cultural organization, event, festival or business (private or not-for-profit) that has made a contribution to the enhancement and vitality of the County’s cultural sector.
  •  Individual Artist: Recognizes an individual artist within any arts discipline who through their work has contributed to the reputation of Huron County as a producer of artistic excellence.
  •  Community Contribution: Recognizes a patron, supporter or volunteer who through their efforts and dedication has made a significant impact on the cultural community of Huron County
  • Heritage Individual/Organization: Recognizes an individual or organization that has made a contribution to either the promotion or preservation of Huron County’s unique heritage.
  • Innovation: Recognizes the contribution of an individual, organization or business that is using or introducing new ideas, technologies or services to promote and advance the arts, culture and heritage stories of Huron County.

Nominations are due by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, April 5. Guidelines and nomination forms are available HERE.

List of previous award recipients can be found HERE

The Cultural Awards Gala is Friday, April 21 at the Bayfield Town Hall, Clan Gregor Square, Bayfield. As well as recognizing the finalists and winners, this special evening also features entertainment by a variety of Huron County artists. There is also a silent auction of unique items at the Awards Gala supporting the activities of Huron Arts & Heritage Network. The event starts at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $15 each + handling fee and can be purchased through Eventbrite.ca. Click Here for Tickets.  Ticket price includes selection of appetizers. Cash bar available.

Economic Development seeks tourism, arts and culture businesses for task force

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The Huron County Economic Development Board, along with the County of Huron Economic Development Department is forming a Tourism, Arts and Culture Enabling Task Force. This group will exist on an interim basis and provide industry intelligence, support and feedback to County staff to ensure innovative and effective programming is developed.

“The County of Huron is committed to growing and developing the tourism, arts and culture sector of the local economy,” says Ron Gaudet, County of Huron Director of Economic Development. “We recognize that the knowledge and experience of entrepreneurs and volunteers working in this sector is critical to the success of this effort.”

Working on behalf of the Huron County Economic Development Board (HCEDB) and in coordination with the Economic Development Department, the Huron County Tourism, Arts and Culture Enabling Task Force will:

  • Assist with the promotion of the tourism, arts and culture sector as a critical pillar to the county’s overall success;
  • Engage and develop sector leadership;
  • Work with the Huron County municipalities that have identified tourism, arts and culture as a key sector within their local economic development strategies;
  • Assist with the formatting and development of the Ontario West Coast Guide with a view to encourage and utilize current best practices;
  • Assist with the assessment of the County’s branding and its future direction;
  • Assist with the assessment of social media and its usage to promote the sector and its activities;
  • Seek input from industry and develop metrics for the purpose of assessing and measuring outcomes;
  • Work with industry leaders to determine the most practical and effective way to ensure the arts, culture and tourism sector is organized and active in its future direction; and,
  • Other duties as may be determined by the HCEDB.

“We plan to have this task force up and running early in the new year,” say Gaudet. “In order to move tourism, arts and culture planning and development forward we need to act quickly.” The task force will be comprised of no less than two Huron County Economic Development Board members and three to seven sector representatives. Members will be chosen through a competitive process based on business type, geographic location, experience and background. Anyone who is interested in applying is requested to email a letter of interest to tourism@huroncounty.ca by December 31, 2016.

CELEBRATE CULTURE DAYS IN HURON COUNTY

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All Weekend:
Howick-Turnberry Fall Fair
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Friday, September 30:
Open Mic Night at the Cultural Collective Studio and Lounge (355 Main Street S., Exeter) – FREE, 7:30-11 pm. Our stage is open to musicians, actors, singers, authors, and anyone else who has a talent to show off.

CC Open Mic

 

Saturday, October 1:

Introduction to Printmaking at Elizabeth’s Art Gallery – $25, 9 am – 1 pm. Class will cover mono printing and non-traditional engraving techniques. Register through Blyth Festival Box Office  519-523-9300

Test Drive Print making

 

 

 

 

 

 

Silk Screened Book or Market Bag at Exeter Library Branch – $25, 10 am – noon, or 2-4 pm. Each participant will receive two bags to print on. Register through Blyth Festival Box Office  519-523-9300

Test Drive silkscreen

 

 

 

 

 

LAV Unveiling at Huron County Museum – FREE 1:30 pm

Seafurth Harmony Kings Annual Fall Show at Seaforth Public School – $20 for adults, Free for children under 12. 7:30 pm
www.seaforthharmonykings.ca

Sunday, October 2:

Non-Violence Day at the Huron County Museum – FREE, 11:30 am – 3 pm. Celebrate Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday, enjoy a film, create crafts and participate in a peace walk.

Wawanosh Fall Colour Tour at Wawanosh Nature Centre – FREE, 1-4 pm. Wago rides, display of stream creatures and local repties.
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Bannockburn Fall Hike at Bannockburn Conservation Area, 76249 Bannockburn Line, Brucefield. Enjoy the autumn colours and trails of beautiful Bannockburn Conservation Area. Bring a mug to enjoy apple cider. Local apples will be available. For more information, call 519-235-2610 or 1-888-286-2610. Donations to conservation programs always welcome.

Ausable Camera Club at Cultural Collective Studio and Lounge (355 Main Street S., Exeter) – FREE, 7:30-11 pm. Grab your kit lens and charge those batteries for the first meeting of the Ausable Camera Club! Open to anyone with a camera.

CC Ausable Camera Club