PERTH CITIZENS’ BAND SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

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Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a performance by the Perth Citizens’ Band at 7:30 p.m. at the bandstand behind the Town Hall.

Info: http://www.perthband.ca

When: Thu July 9, 2015 and July 23, 2015

All concerts are FREE to the public and are held in historic Stewart Park just behind the Perth Town Hall in downtown Perth.

The Perth Citizens’ Band has been an integral part of the musical and cultural heritage of the Town of Perth since 1852 and is the oldest continuously operating band in Canada. The continuity of the band from 1852 has been recorded in a book entitled, “ Sound the Trumpet “ written by local archivist, Daphne Overhill, published in 2002.

The band is comprised of members from Perth and surrounding areas of Lanark County. Every Tuesday night at 7:30 the band meets for rehearsal in a specially designated room upstairs in the Perth Town Hall. A wide variety of music is rehearsed from the bands’ extensive library, ranging from classics by Mozart, Handel etc. through the Gay Nineties, The Swing Era, the Beetles, Broadway, and contemporary works. Band membership is about 50 and includes all ages from teens to seniors with skill levels from beginners to professional. Some members also contribute time to other local groups such as the “Saints and Sinners” , The Perth Community Choir, and The Last Duel Brass Quintet. The band is directed by Brian Tackaberry, a professional high school music teacher.

Music is performed in public throughout the Town and surrounding areas including venues such as churches, schools, special events, parades and an annual summer concert series on the bandstand in Stewart Park behind the Town Hall. Historically, the band has played at Ontario’s Bicentennial celebrations in Toronto, the sending of the Perth’s Mammoth Cheese to The Chicago World’s Fair and more recently, at The Governor Generals Garden Party at Rideau hall and the Town band Festival in Orono, Ontario.

The free concerts in Stewart Park are performed every other Thursday at 7:30 PM starting in the second week of June through the third week of August and include a Strawberry Social starting at 7 PM for the second concert. The band does a number of parades throughout the year including the Perth Fair Parade, parades for various local celebrations in other towns and typically four Santa Claus Parades in various towns. A major part of the bands funding for operating expenses comes from these parades. The band also does an annual Christmas concert, an annual “ Last Night At The Proms Concert ” plus a number of other concerts during each year.

The band works during rehearsal times and socializes during breaks. Many lasting relationships are formed. Band membership includes married couples and children all volunteering their time for their own benefit and for the benefit of their audiences.

29TH ANNUAL PERTH ANTIQUE SHOW JULY 4 & 5, 2015

Perth-Antique-Show-2015-225x300The 29th annual Perth Antiques Show & Sale takes place Saturday & Sunday, July 4th and 5th.

This popular Eastern Ontario event will be held in the air-conditioned Royal Canadian Legion Hall and outside along the picturesque Tay Canal, in the historic town of Perth.

Dealers from as far away as Quebec and Western Ontario will offer a broad range of quality antiques, collectibles and vintage items.

Admission is $7.00 and children are free. Rain or Shine.

For more information call Bill Dobson 613-283-5270 http://www.perthantiqueshow.com/

ONTARIO FAMILY FISHING WEEK

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When: July 4, 2015 to July 12, 2015

 

During this week you can fish licence free on any lake or river in Ontario.
Info: 705-748-6324 or http://www.ontariofamilyfishing.com/

Ontario Family Fishing Events is a province-wide opportunity for Canadian residents to fish Ontario waters without the otherwise mandatory fishing version outdoors card. The Ontario Government designates two periods throughout the year as license-free, February 14-16, 2015 (12:01 a.m. Saturday to 11:59 p.m. Monday) and July 4-12, 2015 (12:01 a.m. Saturday to 11:59 p.m. Sunday). During all other time periods, Canadian residents between the ages of 18 and 64 years must purchase a valid fishing license to legally fish in Ontario.

There has never been a better time to introduce a friend to fishing!

Participants fishing without a license must fish under the Conservation fishing license limits which are set out in the current Ontario Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary. With the exception of the licensing requirement, Ontario fishing regulations, fees and limits continue to apply during license-free days. Printed copies of the summary are available at licence issuers and ServiceOntario Centres.

Events such as festivals, clinics, derbies and workshops are hosted across the province. To find an event near you, visit the Events List & Map. Each event provides a great opportunity to get outside, spend some wholesome time with the family, and develop a strong connection with conservation through the enjoyment of fishing.

As anglers, we shape the future of fishing in Ontario! Always fish with care and concern for our precious natural resources.

Canada Day Festivities Perth & District July 1, 2015

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Celebrate the country’s birthday at Conlon Farm. Children’s activities throughout the day and a barbecue. Fireworks after dusk.
Info: 1-855-326-1947

 

 

 

 

 

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People-powered boats depart from Perth Outfitters (21 Craig St.) at 11 a.m. Flotilla gathers in the Basin at 11:30, then heads back to Perth Outfitters to eat and play! Noon to 3 p.m.: judging of boat categories, races, paddle poker run, games, displays, kids’ crafts, live music and more! Canoe display all week at Crystal Palace.

Info: http://perthoutfitters.com/

Lanark Highlands’ Canada Day Celebrations
Visit the Clyde Memorial Ball Park in Lanark Village and take part in the Canada Day celebrations.
Info: 613-259-2398

Canada Day Celebration – Fallbrook Community Association
At the Fallbrook baseball field. Family activities and fireworks!
Info: 613-264-8728 or www.tayvalleytwp.ca or find Fallbrook Community Association on Facebook

Canada Day Events – Heritage Mica Days
Join in the fun at Murphys Point Provincial Park
Info: 613-267-5340 or http://www.heritagemicadays.ca/

Stewart Park Festival

Festival_Stewart-Park-Festival_summer_Simon-Lunn_Perth-1024x802When: July 17, 2015 to July 19, 2015
Where: Downtown Heritage Perth

Under a canopy of majestic maple trees, the Stewart Park Festival in Downtown Heritage Perth brings together an eclectic variety of Canadian and International musicians for a great weekend of over 30 free outdoor concerts. The weekend has entertainment for everyone including children’s entertainment and an international food and artisans market.

For more information, visit the Stewart Park Festival website at www.stewartparkfestival.com

Check out a video from the 2013 Stewart Park Festival here…

Fibre Roads Mini-Festival

Dyed Yarn (2)_0Welcome to the McDonalds Corners Farmers Market where you can buy locally-grown food. On July 25, you’ll also be able to buy locally produced yarns, spinning fibre and beautiful artisan-made garments.

When: July 25th

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Place: MERA Schoolhouse

 

 

 

Local fibre producers and spinners, knitters, weavers and felters have formed a group called Fibre Roads, with the aim of promoting the ‘buy local’ concept in the fibre arts. After all, Eastern Ontario was once a major centre of textile manufacturing – and now, people in this area are raising fleece-breed sheep, alpacas and llamas, and creating the heirlooms of the future.

6980014136_e809c7d762_hOn July 25, Fibre Roads members will be selling at a mini-Fibre Festival at MERA. While you’re at the Farmers’ Market, come round the other side of the Schoolhouse and see the work of local fibre artists and watch them demonstrating spinning, weaving, carding, and other fibre work. You can even try your hand at some of those techniques!

The Comedy of Errors

Event-Photoa Company of Fools is back with the ever popular Torchlight Shakespeare – bringing Shakespeare to Ottawa parks all summer long! This season’s production is the farcical play The Comedy of Errors.

When: July 22, 2015

Time: 7:00pm

Where: MERA Schoolhouse

Cost: Pay What You Can, suggested donation of $15/person

 

More info and to see other dates and locations visit www.fools.ca

The Farmers Market will be serving food from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

About The Comedy of Errors

When two sets of identical twins separated at birth are brought to the same town by circumstance, mistaken identities abound! Antipholus of Syracuse and his servant, Dromio of Syracuse, arrive in Ephesus, which turns out to be the home of their twin brothers, Antipholus of Ephesus and his servant, Dromio of Ephesus. When the Syracusans encounter the friends and families of their twins, the result is a series of wildly comical mishaps which challenge the notion of truly knowing one’s friend, spouse, neighbour and self!

 

Meet the Fools – Our Cast and Crew

Directed by Catriona Leger, this season’s case includes Warren Bain, AL Connors, Scott Florence, Gabrielle Lazarovitz, Geoff McBride, Katie Ryerson. Featuring costume design by Vanessa Imeson and set design by David Benedict Brown.

Do good things really come in pairs? Will the real Antipholous please stand up? Double the trouble means double the fun in The Comedy of. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, bug spray and your sense of humour. Pass-the-hat donations are collected at the end of the performances and can be submitted in the form of cash or check More information and a detailed park schedule can be found at www.fools.ca or by phoning 613-863-7529.

 

See you there! Bring a chair and bug spray and your appetitie for food and great outdoor theatre.

Wake Up Happy Sale at Blair & Son Home Furnishings

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Get a free mattress encasement with every set. A $60 value! 

Save up to 30% on select models!

Note: Sale ends on June 21st.

Why buy a Kingsdown mattress?

We searched many manufacturers of bedding and selected Kingsdown as providing the very best in bedding value.

A Kingsdown mattress is a perfect balance between the science of sleep and comfort of a hand crafted bed. The superior pocket coil system with motion separation provides a perfect night’s sleep. This meticulous attention to detail provides the finest quality sleep system.

 

Each mattress starts with an innovative patented support system. This provides the basic structure of the mattress. Kingsdown offers a wide variety of comfort profiles to suit your needs.

We invite you to visit our showroom to learn more about these quality products.

Don’t forget to ask about the exclusive 20 year warranty on these products!

Where:
17070 Sunrise Dr (Hwy #7 )
Perth, ON K7H 3C8
Bus: 613-267-1600
Fax: 613-267-4195
Phone: 1-800-257-0450
Email: stan@blairandson.com

When:
Monday: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Thursday: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Friday: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Hot tub and swim spa SALE

SAVE up to $6000!

Cobra Pools Hot Tub Sale

SALE TIMES:

Thurs., May 28th Noon-7 pm
Fri., May 29th 10 am–5 pm
Sat., May 30th 10 am–5 pm
Sun., June 31st 10 am–5 pm

Sale Location: Baron’s Motor Inn
10451 Hwy. 7, Carleton Place

All hot tubs must be cleared out!

Hydropool Hot Tubs Inc. is one of the largest hot tub manufacturers in the world and is committed to building superior hot tubs utilizing the latest technologies, with the latest environmental practices. Their research and development team is always striving to be at the leading edge of innovation and design.

For more information:

613-267-7591
www.cobrapools.com

Summer Pops Concert Perth Citizen’s Band

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Summer Pops Concert 

Concert start at 7:00PM in conjunction with the Perth Rotary Club’s Strawberry Social Evening.
Bring along a lawn chair or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll through the park.

Info: www.perthband.ca

All concerts are FREE to the public and are held in historic Stewart Park just behind the Perth Town Hall in downtown Perth.

When: June 25, 2015
7:00 pm