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Stratford's Slow Food Sunday Market
Featuring Perth County's local produce, meats, breads, cheese, coffee, pastries, preserves, prepared foods, handmade artisanal products, gluten free and vegan options. From May to early November, the market is outdoors. From early November to end of April, the market is indoors.
2019 Boar's Head Entertainment
Thorn and Roses -- A high energy trio featuring a striking blend of three part harmonies and traditional instruments with a contemporary twist.
Revival House Classical Brunch
Your family and friends will love the SSO Sunday Brunch Concert Series. These fundraising events feature local performers in support of the Orchestra. Revival House is a unique Stratford venue offering farm fare, craft brews, wine and music in a refurbished church.
November 3 features the SSO Woodwind Quintet with Emily Hamper, piano.
The Neverending Story
FIND YOURSELF IN A WORLD OF FANTASY
Hiding in a closet to avoid school bullies, ten-year-old Bastian becomes immersed in a strangely compelling book: the tale of a hero’s quest to save the realm of Fantastica from the encroaching terror of the Nothing. But is Bastian just a reader of this extraordinary story – or a vital part of it?
Rhéo Thompson Candies Annual Festive Open House
Join us as we celebrate the beginning of the holiday season at Rhéo Thompson Candies. We will be serving up seasonal treats and hot chocolate, as well, our famous chocolate fountain will be available for dipping marshmallows, cookies and fruit!
All of our holiday displays will be overflowing with the beautiful gift items, created by our designers, and join us as we indulge in a treat or two to kick off the holiday season!
Whether you’re ready to start your shopping or just browsing for ideas, we hope you’ll stop in and enjoy!
For the latest updates on the Annual Festive Open House visit us on Facebook.
Gemstone Entertainment presents Karaoke Party!
No cover and must be 19 years or older.
Elizabeth Van Den Broeck Exhibition
Elizabeth Van Den Broeck, celebrating her "Creative Process" exhibition is the keeper of Huron County's most beautiful secrets: her way of telling them begins with a camera and a pair of hip waders, often traipsing through the landscape she loves while everyone else is sleeping. An entrepreneurial artist of singular focus, Elizabeth studied Fine Art at Sheridan College and Art History at the University of Toronto, before returning to Goderich to capture the simultaneous tranquility and vitality that she perceives in the landscape of Huron County. In 1992, she opened her own gallery and with her increasing commitments as a business owner, wife, mother and community leader, time spent devoted to the creation of art has been a challenge. Recently Elizabeth began to document her creative process on social media, exploring photography, encaustic, oil, acrylic, pastel and printmaking. Her commitment to beauty in the unassuming reveals a lifelong love and understanding of her homeland, as well as a skill built upon by steady practice, for which she has received many awards. (Image: Elizabeth Van Den Broeck, "Blue Pine" 2017, soft pastel on paper)