Lisa Olafson of “Dirty Dishes,” along with bandmates Suzy Wilde and Ali Porter, delighted a full house yesterday evening at the Townshend Theatre with their harmony-driven Gospel, bluegrass, and country stylings to close out Tour de Fort's 2017-18 season. Tour de Fort also announced its lineup for the 2018-19 series, which include Irish Mythen (Oct. 16), 54-40 (Nov. 11), Boreal (Dec.
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To Be Determined Theatre Co. delighted a packed house at the Townshend Theatre last Tuesday evening with their performance of “The Wonderful World of Miss Jiggs," bringing to life Phoebe Gilman's most famous "Jillian Jiggs” stories. The play was the final show in the Kids & Company entertainment series for 2017-18, with information on its 2018-19 shows to be coming soon.
Rainy River District School Board students in Grades 4-8 attended Roseneath Theatre's presentation of “Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls” at the Townshend Theatre last Wednesday. The touring production aimed to educate students about gender identity, diversity, and equality.
Mackinnley McCormick, Marley Wrolstad, Mya McFarling, Emma Rea Pattison, and Bria McFarling were all birds of a feather while holding hands in performing to the “Rio" movie theme during the Border Skating Club's annual ice show, this year entitled "A Netflix Night,” held Saturday night and again Sunday afternoon at the Ice For Kids Arena. See more photos on page B1.
Lilith Scott, left, Georgia Sisco, Laila Barnard, and Layla Hunter danced to “Please Mr. Postman.”
Olivia Eldridge danceed to Mary Wells' “My Guy" as a solo number during the "Magic of Motown.”
Graduating Dancemakers' student Raegen Woodgate danced with humour and flair to Marvin Gaye's “Let's Get It On" last Thursday evening during the "Magic of Motown.”
Aria Brady, left, Colby Bodnarchuk, and Aela Drombolis were among the youngsters who delighted the crowd of parents and other relatives with a cute performance of “Itsy Bitsy Tennie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini” last Thursday evening.
The “Welcome Home" Fort Frances Family Centre is now open at 272 Scott St. (the old Bonnie Blue). The former Fort Frances Women's Centre moved over the weekend and re-opened its doors there as of Monday. The more downtown location provides ample room for drop-in centre services and programming, as well as "Melinda's Unique Boutique" and local vendors located there.
Brianna Eldridge danced solo to “I Who Have Nothing" last Thursday evening during the "Magic of Motown.”