“Dance to forget where you’re goin’, dance to forget where you’ve been, dance to remember the earth beneath your feet, dance to feel this moment that you’re in.”
Fall is upon us and, believe it or not, so is prime time for farmers’ markets.
If you are somebody who has ever struggled with addiction, know someone who has struggled, are celebrating recovery or simply want to learn more about how to support others – come out to Recovery Day.
The pair will be playing songs from an album that collects classic train-themed songs, performed at train stations across the U.S.
Terry Steeves: “Having found a little covered spot to write in the downpour, I realized that some of the best shows I’d ever seen were in the rain… this had definitely been another.”
Barbara Popel: “It’s rare for a play to have neither empathetic nor sympathetic characters.”
Alex Binkley: “Trio Grand-Duc is a relative newcomer to [the scene] but if their performance at MacKay United Church is any indication of their potential, the three young musicians have a brilliant future ahead.”
Terry Steeves: “It was clear to see and hear the solid fan base this young man has garnered, as voices rang out the words to every song he played. In just a few short years, James Bay has made global waves…”
Saskia Rodenburg: “A night of laughs, dancing, and moving lyrics, James Bay made his Ottawa debut a night to remember.”
Terry Steeves: “I was left feeling something quite extraordinary had just taken place.”